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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.

 

Tuesday, 12 April

ePoster Area A

1030-1100

Time

Paper #

Station

Presentation

1035

179226

Station 1

Implementation of Science-Based Environmental Baseline Techniques for Offshore Oil and Gas Projects
J. Lopez-Plana, I. Barcelo, P. Lastra, Repsol E&P; T. Andersen, Repsol Norge AS; M.C. Perez, Repsol Colombia; N. Edghill, Repsol E&P T&T Limited; L. Claudio Cosendey, Repsol Sinopec Brazil; I. Najera, Repsol E&P

1035

179199

Station 2

ALARP Methodology Used for BAT Environmental Impact Reduction
J.R. Valeur, L. Ruggiero, Ramboll

1035

179349

Station 4

Making an E&P - Fisheries Management Plan Work in Ghana - A Multi-Stakeholder Approach to Implementation
K. Boakye-agyei, Kosmos Energy; Y. Amoyaw-Osei, Centre for Environment & Health Research & Training; A. Buchman, Acorn International LLC

1045

179470

Station 1

A Joint Strategy Between the Hydrocarbon Sector and Colombian Environmental Authorities for the Conservation of a Regional Natural Park
L.G. Carmona, Universidad Piloto de Colombia; F. Correa, K. Perdomo, Mansarovar Energy Colombia Ltd.

1045

179329

Station 2

Exploration Impact Assessment Toolkit: Maximising Efficiency Through Standardisation To Deliver Robust Impact Assessments 
S. Westfall, ERM

1045

179320

Station 3

Three Years Experience in Engaging Local Content at Project Planning Phase 
E. Hammann, Total

 

 

ePoster Area B

1030-1100

Time

Paper #

Station

Presentation

1035

179269

Station 1

Evaluating Possible Site Locations From a Social Perspective: Reducing Risks and Impacts
J.K. Lennock, J. Roeygens, Total S.A.

1035

179374

Station 2

Fact vs. Fiction - A Barrier Based Approach to Identify Leading Indicators
A.I. Ahluwalia, M. Pierce, DNV GL, Det Norske Veritas (USA) Inc.

1035

179293

Station 3

Third Edition of the Oil and Gas Industry Guidance on Voluntary Sustainability Reporting
H. Murphy, IPIECA; B. Janus, Total SA; L. Tyson, BP

1035

179227

Station 4

Development of an Integrated Community Health Program for a Large Oil and Gas Project
A. Nowosiwsky, ExxonMobil PNG Ltd; J. Moore, Esso Australia Pty. Ltd.; D. Hancock, M.Z. Balge, G.R. Krieger, NewFields, LLC

1045

179194

Station 1

Livewire Project for Young Entrepreneurs in Basilicata Region South Italy
I.G. Baggi, Shell E&P Italy

1045

179428

Station 2

Managing Blowout Risk Using a Dynamic Barrier Approach
A.I. Ahluwalia, DNV-GL- Det Norske Veritas (USA) Inc.; L. Ruochen, Texas A&M University

1045

179336

Station 4

Active Hearing Protection Device Provides Unique Possibilities for Hearing Research 
T. Gjestland, O. Kvaløy, T.V. Tronstad, SINTEF ICT; A. Melvær, Statoil

 

 

ePoster Area A

1530-1600

Time

Paper #

Station

Presentation

1535

179365

Station 4

Advanced Oil Spill Modelling in the Offshore Oil & Gas Industry: Improving the Emergency Response Management along the Project Life-Cycle
G. Iazeolla, M. Mariani, eni Upstream and Technical Services; L. Cassina, TEA Sistemi S.p.A.; M. Marconi, eni Portugal BV; J.M. Deffis, eni Ghana; M. Buffagni, eni Upstream and Technical Services

1545

179398

Station 1

Underwater Sound Radiation From Subsea Factories 
B. Binnerts, P. van Beek, TNO

1545

179282

Station 2

Energy Efficiency: Collecting Experiences from 20 years of Efforts on the Norwegian Continental Shelf 
E. Rambech, V. Vandenbussche, E.K. Thylander, P.J. Lindersen, DNV GL; H. Blindheim, Norwegian Oil and Gas Association

1545

179301

Station 3

A Comprehensive Model for Oil Spill Liability Estimation
P.D. Boehm, A. Morrison, S. Semenova, R. Kashuba, A.D. Ahnell, C. Monti, Exponent

1545

179287

Station 4

Major Mobilisation Scenario Planning 
C. Moore, Oil Spill Response Ltd

 

 

ePoster Area B

1530-1600

Time

Paper #

Station

Presentation

1535

179435

Station 1

Barriers, Collaboration, and Well Control - A Service Contractor's Response
M.D. Novia, M. Fernandes, Baker Hughes

1535

179436

Station 2

Making Safety Critical Decisions in a High-Hazard High-Consequence Environment: A Case Study
P.A. Hudson, Hudson Global Consulting Ltd.; T. Hudson, Tim Hudson Consulting

1535

179496

Station 3

Peer Health Educators Can Promote Worksite and Community Health
A. Shannon, E. De La Torre, J. Davis-Street, Chevron Global Health and Medical; C. Okala, M. Usman, Chevron Global Upstream

1535

Invited
presenter

Station 4

Videoconference Assisted Ultrasonography: Real-time Video Transmission of Cardiothoracicand Abdominal Ultrasound Images from an Offshore Installation
N.P. Oveland, University of Stavanger

1545

179363

Station 1

From Concept to Application - Data Drilling, a Tool to Supplement Incidents Prevention Strategy from a Perspective of Well Services Company
W. Leong, S. Chen, Baker Hughes Inc

1545

179427

Station 2

Major Hazards - Seamlessly Embedding Considerations of the Environment
C. Jennet, J. Libre, A. Bain, C.S. MacPherson, L. Whittaker, TOTAL E&P

1545

179203

Station 3

How an Oilfield Services Company Managed the Ebola Outbreak in Nigeria 
U. Okorocha, O. Chukueke, U.Y. Muogbo, Schlumberger