SPE logo

Technical Program

Wednesday, 8 July

1030-1200

Pegasus 1

10 Environment III

Session Chairpersons:

Fernando D. Rodriguez, HSE International; Alejandro Duarte, ERM

This session features a variety of papers analyzing different aspects, processes, and methods that are ultimately aimed to protect the environment in which we live and work. From aspects related to shale gas development to corporate responsibility, and from workforce training to stakeholders’ concerns management, this session provides a wide range of topics that will benefit each participant.

Time Paper # Presentation
1030-1100 174163 icon:HSE Distinguishing Natural vs. Anthropogenic Methane in Groundwater in a Shale Gas Basin
J.A. Connor, L.J. Molofsky, S.D. Richardson, G.C. Bianchi, GSI Environmental Inc
1100-1130 174140 icon:HSE Generating Behaviors that Respect the Environment Through an Experiential Program for Training and Awareness for Internal and External Stakeholders
D. Delgadillo, Mansarovar Energy Colombia Ltd.
1130-1200 174118 icon:PO Water Management: What We Have Learned and What We Need to Consider for Developing a Shale Play in Argentina
J.C. Bonapace, Halliburton; F.G. Alric, A. Angeloni, L. Zangari, Total E&P
Wednesday, 8 July

1030-1200

Pegasus 2

11 Health and Safety - Keeping a Healthy Workforce in the Oil & Gas Industry II

Session Chairperson:

Carlos Almeida, United Safety

Risks that affect people or the environment are permanent challenges that allow the oil and gas industry room for continuous improvement in assessment and control. Health Sessions will discuss topics that range from hazardous conditions and process-safety to human behavior, examining ways to enhance what constitute the core value of the industry—a healthy workforce.

Time Paper # Presentation
1030-1100 174107 icon:HSE Setting Training Standards For Emergency Response: A Case Study Of Training Rescue Teams In Remote Areas
G. Case, G. Davis, E. Daher, United Safety
1100-1130 174115 icon:HSE Process Safety: Beyond Personal Safety in Drilling
C. Abril, Baker Hughes Inc; C.A. Castaneda, Equion Energia Limited; C.B. Gomez, Geo-Park Energy
Wednesday, 8 July

1030-1200

Sol 4

12 Sustainability III

Session Chairpersons:

Fernando Correa, Mansarovar Energy Ltd; Fernando L. Benalcazar, APD Proyectos Cia. Ltda

This session will offer an opportunity to learn about innovative ways to build strong stakeholder relations, secure inclusion into economic development, and minimize operational risks through integrating environmental initiatives that sustain direct community and stakeholders’ active participation.

Time Paper # Presentation
1030-1100 174154 icon:HSE Understanding, Bringing Closer, Integrating: Integration and Early Territory Articulation Model
G.I. Rojas Prada, Ecopetrol SA
1100-1130 Invited Presenter - Water Footprint For Heavy Oil Extraction in Colombia: Relationship Between Oil and Water (See OnePetro SPE-173552-MS)
L.G. Carmona, Mansarovar
1130-1200 174134 icon:HSE Community Development Strategies and Its Impact On The Socio-Economic Development: The Energia’s Model
M. Amadi, Energia Limited
Wednesday, 8 July

1330-1500

Pegasus 1

13 Environment IV: Environmental Strategies for Complex Technical Challenges

Session Chairpersons:

Carlos Gomez, Consultant; Gonzalo Morante, Walsh Peru SA

This session presents case studies of successful environmental mitigation strategies for complex technical challenges. The case studies include an overview of hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”), the challenges and benefits of cuttings reinjection, offshore data integration for complex environmental and logistical conditions, water management in fracking, and planning for high volumes of water use due to lost circulation.

Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1400 174112 icon:PO SPILLTRACK - A Web-Based Tool to Help Managing Contingency in Offshore Oil and Gas Operation
L.M. Marques Da Cruz, J.A. Pellegrini, F.A. Dos Santos, M.R. Fragoso, F.L. Rinaldi, Prooceano
1400-1430 174119 icon:PO Water Management for Tight and Shale Reservoir: A Review of What Has Been Learned and What Should Be Considered for Development in Argentina
J.C. Bonapace, Halliburton
No Timeframe? Invited Presenter - Monitoring and Conservation Program For Umbrella Species: The Northern Screamer As A Strategic Element For Floodplain Biodiversity In The Middle Magdalena Region, Colombia (See OnePetro SPE-173551-MS)
M. Navarrete, Mansarovar Energy Colombia Ltd.
Wednesday, 8 July

1330-1500

Pegasus 2

14 HSE Management III

Session Chairpersons:

David Arce, Arce Rojas Consultores; Fernando L. Benalcazar, APD Proyectos Cia. Ltda

The E&P industry continues to face uncertainties and challenges related to health, safety, environment, and social performance that demand creative innovation and lessons from past experiences. This session will offer insight related to employee’s competencies, performance indicators, and innovation—a great opportunity to learn new developments in these fields.

Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1400 174132 icon:HSE Application of Best Practices and Evaluation of the Performance in Health, Safety and Environment Management for a large Seismic Programme Offshore Uruguay
P. Gristo, H. De Santa Ana Alvarez, R. Martino, J. Tomasini, S. Ferro, N. Blánquez, ANCAP
1400-1430 174145 icon:MI Building Competencies for HSE Function Employees - One Step in Career Development
S.P. Acosta, R.L. White, Baker Hughes
1430-1500 174120 icon:HSE Development of the Three-Dimensional Hazard and Risk Assessment Methodology for Health and Safety Management Systems in Petroleum Industry
E. Rasmuson, A. Korchevskiy, A. Duane, A. Haugh, S. Funk, Chemistry & Industrial Hygiene, Inc.
Wednesday, 8 July

1330-1500

Sol 4

15 Innovation II

Session Chairperson:

Elie Daher, United Safety

This session will present breakthrough technologies that mitigate greenhouse gases and spills and reduce equipment maintenance cycles, including ways to make production facilities resilient by using innovative and cost-efficient solutions.

Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1400 174104 icon:PFC Design of Resilient Production Facilities through Innovation and Risk Management
M. Uzcátegui, J.C. Mathison, A.J. Soto, Halliburton
1400-1430 174139 icon:HSE Mitigation of Greenhouse Gases and Spills Through a Vapor Recovery System
P. Montenegro, D. Fontecha, Mansarovar Energy Colombia Ltd.
1430-1500 174131 icon:HSE Development of Bio-Oil Emulsion to Allow Realistic Testing of Oil Spill Control Equipment
T. Eyyubbayli, H.A. Asheim, F. Kamyabi, Norwegian University of Science and Technology; K. Gaaseidnes, Reninor AS; H. Svendsen, NorLense AS
Wednesday, 8 July

1530-1700

Pegasus 1

16 Environment V - Tackling Environment and Stakeholder Issues

Session Chairpersons:

William Feragotto, ERM; Mauricio Ibanez, ERM

This session investigates some of the most significant environmental and stakeholder issues surrounding E&P activities. The presentations will include a review of environmental issues around fracking for shale gas development, optimizing skimmer ship responses to spills, managing waste along remote pipeline ROWs, remediation of diesel-contaminated soil, and integrating environmental NGOs in project planning and execution.

Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1600 174164 icon:HSE Environmental Issues and Answers Related to Shale Gas Development
J.A. Connor, L.J. Molofsky, S.D. Richardson, G.C. Bianchi-Mosquera, GSI Environmental Inc
1600-1630 174150 icon:HSE Modeling the Optimal Trajectory of a Skimmer Ship to clean Oil Spills in the Open Sea
S. GOMEZ, National University of Mexico; B. Ivorra, Universidad Complutense de Madrid; R. Glowinski, University of Houston; A.M. Ramos, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
1630-1700 174158 icon:HSE Challenges in Managing Solid Waste from Remote Sites in the Operation and Maintenance of the Pipeline Transportation System - Camise, Perú
J. Hernani, G. Sulca, M. Soria Schuler, Compañia Operadora de Gas del Amazonas
Wednesday, 8 July

1530-1700

Pegasus 2

17 Sustainability IV

Session Chairpersons:

Fernando L. Benalcazar, APD Proyectos Cia. Ltda; Fernando D. Rodriguez, HSE International

During this session, you will explore sustainability initiatives that can be fortified throughout cooperation initiatives within the E&P industry. There will also be an opportunity to learn about projects that generate alternative and cleaner development mechanisms. Finally, you will explore how protecting traditional local customs within communities can help facilitate future developments within the region and guarantee the sustainable development of communities.

Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1600 174153 icon:HSE Methods for the Development of Biodiversity Information Systems for Exploration Projects in the Oil and Gas Industry
A.A. Watson, Repsol E&P Peru; J.O. Lopez-Plana, Repsol E&P; A. García, C. Ahumada, C. Videla, Repsol E&P Peru
1600-1630 174108 icon:HSE Addressing Gaps In Facilities Safety And Disaster Management: How Personnel Can Move From Muster Point To The Safe Zone In A High H2S Concentration Environment
E. Daher, D. Dowd, A. Kveps, United Safety
1630-1700 174144 icon:HSE Sembrando Joropo, Linking Tradition and Future
M.D. García Rodriguez, Equion Energia Limited