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Knowledge Sharing ePoster Programme

An ePoster is an electronic version of a traditional ePoster presented on a plasma screen. It offers the added benefit of animation, audio, and video and enhances the visual experience to provide greater interactivity between the attendee and the ePoster author.

 

Monday, 11 April

ePoster Area A

1030-1100

Time

Paper #

Station

Presentation

1035

179457

Station 1

Development of a Practical Evaluation Tool for Climate Driven Physical Risks
P. Buttini, Eni; G. Marcelli, C. Petrella, SAIPEM; J. Deffis, EniGhana

1035

179484

Station 2

Construction Waste Generation and Minimization for Major Gas Processing Facilities
R. Hoffmann, C. Lam, A. Graham, L. Webb, Chevron

1035

179449

Station 3

Development of Environmentally Friendly Tracer Technology for Monitoring Drilling Fluid Infiltration During Coring Operations
J.L. Cramer, T.B. Nielsen, S. Bahring, Danish Technological Institute; H.T. Torgersen, HC Reservoir Engineering AS; M. Cowling, T. Sidley, Maersk Oil & Gas A/S

1035

179434

Station 4

Environmental Solutions Implemented for the Goliat Offshore Oil Field Development - The First Oil Field Development in the Norwegian Barents Sea
E. Bjornbom, O. Hansen, M.L. Melhus, U. Klevstad, Eni Norge AS

1045

179333

Station 1

Water and Oil: Sustaining our Future?
C. Yagüe, C. Santamaría, Repsol Exploración S.A.; É. del Estal, E. Marín, Repsol S

1045

179233

Station 2

Implementation of the Global Oil and Gas Industry Association's Biodiversity and Ecosystem ServicesManagement Framework in an Oil and Gas Company
J. Lopez-Plana, C. Santamaria, Repsol E&P

1045

179217

Station 3

TRL (Technology Readiness Level) Assessment of DREAM (Dose-related Risk and Effects Assessment Model) to Qualify its Use for Modelling of Produced Water and Drilling Discharges
G. Kjeilen-Eilertsen, TOTAL EP Norge AS; T. Merzi, M. Burgos, Total SA; U. Brönner, SINTEF Materials and Chemistry

1045

179415

Station 4

A Decision Support Model for Platform Decommissioning: Successful Applications in California and Implications for Worldwide Use
B. McCann, Exponent, Inc.; M. Henrion, Lumina Decision Systems, Inc.; B. Bernstein, Consultant

 

ePoster Area B

1030-1100

Time

Paper #

Station

Presentation

1035

179452

Station 1

Quantified Risk Analysis of DP Operations - Principles and Challenges
H. Chen, Lloyd's Register Consulting; B. Nygård, Statoil

1035

179444

Station 2

Full Scale Measurements of Cyclic Bending Moments on Subsea WellHeads on the Norwegian Continental Shelf
G. Grytoyr, L. Reinås, L.E. Eilertsen, Statoil ASA; M. Russo, Statoil USA Inc

1035

179485

Station 3

Implementing a Global Workplace Wellness Strategy - Theoretical Foundations and Business Value
J. Davis-Street, N. Sanderson, A. Shannon, N. Ryan, P. Brash, S. Estala, Chevron

1035

179385

Station 4

Ebola Outbreak Preparedness and Response - A Nigerian Oil and Gas Company Experience
B. Aliyu, A. Ben-Edet, E. Abbah, Mobil Producing Nigeria Unltd; S. Jones, Esso UK Ltd; M. Diara, D.L. Buford, Exxon Mobil Corporation; S. Ngunjiri, Fircroft

1045

179303

Station 1

Inherent Safety Thinking Applied to Construction and Fabrication of Deepwater Facilities
M. Zerafa, RISKbytes Inc; N.R. Popat, B. Perkins, A. Marsden, P. Smith, I. Penney, P. Wolf, V. Budilo, Shell International Exploration and Production Inc.

1045

179360

Station 2

Hands-Free Implementation in the Global Supply Chain Operations of an Oilfield Services Provider
W. Leong, M. Wells, M.C. Oliver, C. Ross, D. Lancaster, S. Saltz, P. Dunaway, Baker Hughes Inc

1045

179432

Station 3

Transitioning from a Classic Wellness Paradigm to a Culture of Health Strategy: Early Reflections and Impacts
J.K. Wendt, Shell Oil Co.; K. Sexton, Shell Oil Company; F.A. Bhojani, Shell Oil Co.

1045

179246

Station 4

Maintaining Business Continuity During the Ebola Crisis
C.G. Stark, A. Willemse, International SOS

 

 

ePoster Area A

1530-1600

Time

Paper #

Station

Presentation

1535

179271

Station 1

Improving Environmental Performance by Sharing Information on Offshore Drilling Discharge Environmental Science and Drill Cuttings Treatment Technology
C. Zhang, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company; R. Brom, ExxonMobil Development Company; J.M. Getliff, Chevron North Sea Limited; J.P. Smith, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company

1535

179466

Station 2

Critical Habitat Determination for Linear Infrastructure: Approaches to Delineating Discrete Management Units under IFC Performance Standard 6 Under IFC Performance Standard 6
L. Bennun, E. Pollard, M. Starkey, H. Temple, The Biodiversity Consultancy

1535

179265

Station 3

Improving the Environmental Impact of Drilling Fluids: Case History of a New, Salt-Free Non-Aqueous Fluid
J. Walker, J.J. Miller, K.J. Burrows, Halliburton; J.T. Hovan, T. Mander, Formerly of Halliburton

1535

179422

Station 4

Improvement of Road Safety Within the Oil and Gas Industry and its Effect on the Community - Case Study
R.I. Khallaf, A.Y. Yasseen, Baker Hughes Incorporated

1545

179201

Station 1

Seismic Airgun Sources: Clarifying the Loudness
J.R. Tulett, R.M. Laws, Schlumberger

1545

179196

Station 2

Rainforest Connectivity Strategies for Oil and Gas Development
M.W. Thurber, Walsh; G.H. Abad, Petroamazonas EP

1545

179212

Station 3

Predicting Toxicity for Simple Water-Based Drilling Fluids Using a Response Surface Methodology
T. Cortner, E. Trickey, Halliburton

1545

179441

Station 4

Accelerating the Prevention-of-Mother-To-Child-Transmission of HIV: An International Oil Company's Social Responsibility Initiative in the Niger Delta
S.A. Okegbemiro, C.J. Okala, Chevron Nigeria Limited

 

 

ePoster Area B

1530-1600

Time

Paper #

Station

Presentation

1535

179311

Station 2

Advanced Process Safety Barrier Management by Applying Proactive Incident Investigation to Failed or Impaired Barriers
A. Groot, Royal HaskoningDHV

1535

179459

Station 3

A Sustainable Supply Chain Model For Promoting Collaboration With Hydrocarbon Sector Suppliers And Contractors
L.G. Carmona, Universidad Piloto de Colombia; F. Correa, Mansarovar Energy Colombia Ltd

1535

179388

Station 4

Joint Initiatives for Environmental Licensing in the Equatorial Margin
M.C. Pessoa, A.C. Ferreira, A.G. Guedes, Queiroz Galvao Exploracao e Producao S.A.; S.B. Lima, Premier Oil do Brasil Petroleo e Gas Ltda.; C. Costa, Total E&P

1545

179229

Station 2

Effective Care Management Minimizes Workplace Injury Severity
D.M. Couch, Jr., ExxonMobil Global Services Company; A.J. Robb, Exxon Mobil Corporation

1545

179310

Station 3

The Integration of Environmental and Social Issues into Concept Decision Making
S.E. Wilford, R. O'Brien, BP

1545

179272

Station 4

Guidelines for the Management of Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM) in the Oil and Gas Industry
P. Evans, G. Jonkers, E. Steffan, J.A. Campbell, C. Pueyo Lloret, IOGP, International Association of Oil and Gas Producers