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Tuesday, 7 July

1030-1200

Pegasus 1

01 Environment I

Session Chairpersons:

Patricia Burlini Soares, Exxon Mobil Corporation; Fernando D. Rodriguez, HSE International

Responsible development of oil and gas activities demands an exceptional level of environmental awareness from the industry. This level is accomplished with constant improvement of industry efforts. With continual refinement in mind, this session will focus on innovative technologies and tools that mitigate current environmental risks. Keeping with the theme of environmental management, this session will engage in discussion regarding diverse topics, including sensitive area protection.

Time Paper # Presentation
1030-1100 174111 icon:HSE Drilling Wastewater Post-Treatment by Reverse Osmosis Method. Discussion and Practical Results.
M.R. Chávarro Roa, Ecopetrol S.A.
1100-1130 174151 icon:HSE Effectiveness Assessment of Mitigation Measures in Sensitive Biological Areas During 3D Seismic Survey in Tropical Forests
K. Caro, O. Centty, A. Alvarez, Knight Piésold; A. Watson, M. Vasquez, A. Garcia, C. Ahumada, C. Videla, Repsol E&P Peru
1130-1200 174160 icon:HSE Biorestoration of Andean Wetlands In Peru Gas Pipeline
G. Sulca, J. Hernani, M. Soria Schuler, Compañia Operadora de Gas del Amazonas
Tuesday, 7 July

1030-1200

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02 Health and Safety - Keeping a Healthy Workforce in the Oil & Gas Industry I

Session Chairpersons:

Fernando Correa, Mansarovar Energy Ltd; Miriam Winsten, Schlumberger

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 constitutes the core value of the industry—a healthy workforce.

Time Paper # Presentation
1030-1100 174102 icon:HSE Dispersion of Relief and Leaked Hazardous Gases on Offshore Facilities
J. Lu, A. Filippov, F. Marcancola, V. Rosales, Halliburton
1100-1130 Invited Presenter - Batata 2 Well Pad: Successful Life Cycle Management in Remote Sensitive Area of the Amazon Basin (See OnePetro SPE-173555-MS)
S. Valdivieso, APD Proyectos Cia. Ltda
1130-1200 174133 icon:HSE Heading To A Culture With No Incidents, Integrating New Technologies For The Strengthening Of The Road Safety Culture
M. Rodríguez Mesa, D.F. Martinez, Mansarovar Energy Colombia Ltd
Tuesday, 7 July

1030-1200

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03 Sustainability I

Session Chairpersons:

Gonzalo Morante, Walsh Peru SA; Fernando L. Benalcazar, APD Proyectos Cia. Ltda

This first sustainability session honors the theme of this conference, Way to go… Sharing Best HSE and Sustainability Practices for Balancing Economic Growth, Social Development, and Environmental Protection, and you will have the opportunity to learn initiatives connected to human rights—eradicating poverty, sharing value, and conservation.

Time Paper # Presentation
1030-1100 174141 icon:HSE Study of Sensitivity of the Environment to Accidental Oil Pollution in the South Coast of Bahia State - Brazil
A.O. Vasconcelos, R. Toste, R.H. Rangel, L.D. Assad, L. Landau, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; M.C. Pessoa, R. Kiperman, Queiroz Galvão Exploração e Produção
1100-1130 174149 icon:PFC Applied Advanced Control Systems for Electrostatic Dehydrators in the Upstream Oil Industry
H.D. Perez, Genius Engineering Corp; G. Grandas Grandas, H. Perez-Rodriguez, Pacific Rubiales Energy
1130-1200 174099 icon:HSE Management in Ergonomics. A Tool to Enhance Results in Engineering Projects. Industry Case: Petrochemical in Colombia
J.L. Gil, Ecopetrol S.A.; J.E. Cordoba, L.A. Quintana, Prevención en Acción; O. Bernal Nisperuza, FASEM S.A.S.
Tuesday, 7 July

1330-1500

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04 Environment II

Session Chairperson:

Patricia Burlini Soares, Exxon Mobil Corporation

Responsible development of oil and gas activities demands an exceptional level of environmental awareness from the industry. This level is accomplished with constant improvement of industry efforts. With continual refinement in mind, this session will focus on innovative technologies and tools that mitigate current environmental risks, based on environmental impact studies.

Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1400 174101 icon:DC Drill Cutting Reinjection Feasibility Study in a Critical Environment, Apaika Field, Ecuador
R.M. Hernandez, M. Torres, J.R. Leal, F. Abad, B. Lopez, Halliburton; A. Bastidas, Petroamazonas EP
1400-1430 174098 icon:PO Environmentally Acceptable Porosity-Fill Sealant Systems for Water and Gas Control Applications
J.E. Vasquez, D. Tuck, Halliburton
1430-1500 174152 icon:HSE Addressing the Challenge: Improving Methods for the Mitigation of Environmental and Biodiversity Impacts in 3D Seismic Survey in Tropical Forests
A.A. Watson, H. Changano, D. Galindo, F. Gutierrez, M. Vasquez, C. Ahumada, C. Videla, Repsol E&P Peru
Tuesday, 7 July

1330-1500

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05 HSE Management I

Session Chairpersons:

David Arce, Arce Rojas Consultores; Sebastian Valdivieso, 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 both—innovation, by using sophisticated computer-based tools and adequate steps for start-ups; and lessons learned, by understanding effective response under unpredictable sea conditions.

Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1400 174114 icon:HSE Implications of the Response to the La Brea Oil Spill of 2013 as a Result of the First-time activation of the Revised National Oil Spill Contingency Plan of 2013 of Trinidad and Tobago
M.M. Rudder, G.P. Kowlessar-George, R.B. Hosein, S.A. Butcher, Ministry of Energy and Energy Affairs
1400-1430 174159 icon:HSE Design and Implementation of an Environmental Computer Information System for a Continuous Enhacement and Systematization of Environmental Management
M. Soria Schuler, M. Miranda Rosales, J. Hernani Lau, Compañía Operadora de Gas del Amazonas
1430-1500 174103 icon:DC Integral Strategy for Drilling without Retuns at Piedemonte Fields in Colombia
R.S. Franco, O. Herrera, R. Pombo, Halliburton; C.E. Ruiz, H.F. Osorio, J.L. Gomez, V.J. Bustamante, L. Erthard, EQUION ENERGIA
Tuesday, 7 July

1330-1500

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06 Sustainability Challenges for Upstream Development in Colombia

(Panel session organized in conjunction with Arpel) This panel will discuss topics including ways oil revenue distribution legislation impacts relationships among operators and communities, complex social relationships between ethnic minorities and fishermen, Colombia’s ability to respond to environmental emergencies during offshore explorations, possible gaps in environmental legislation, and other critical sustainability topics related to upstream development in Colombia.

Session Moderator:

Mauricio Jaramillo, Equion Energia

Panelists:

Adrian Coral
Gran Tierra Energy Colombia
Andres Pavia Pedraza
Ecopetrol
Tuesday, 7 July

1530-1700

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07 Sustainability II

Session Chairpersons:

Patricia Burlini Soares, Exxon Mobil Corporation; Federica Salazar, ERM

HSE is an integral part of operations in the oil and gas industry, and sustainable development is one of the core discussion topics, highlighting the importance of sustainability in HSE procedures for long-term preservation of human, energy, and environmental assets. This session will provide an excellent opportunity for experts to discuss these issues and the associated challenges.

Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1600 174129 icon:HSE Reduction of Risk to the Environment, Communities and the Company when Operating in a very Sensitive Environment
F.L. Benalcazar, S. Valdivieso, APDProyectos Cia. Ltda.
1600-1630 174125 icon:HSE Sustainability and Dynamism of ‘R’ Factor to Preserve the Viability of Investment Portfolios: Mature Field Oil Contracts in Peruvian Northwest
R.J. Cervantes Bravo, Instituto del Gas y del Petroleo - Universidad de Buenos Aires; J.M. Mata Cacha, Equipetrol; V.A. Huerta, Petroperú
1630-1700 Invited Presenter - Sustainability and Life Cycle Assessment: Challenges and Opportunities
A. Sahnoune, ExxonMobil Chemical Co.
Tuesday, 7 July

1530-1700

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08 HSE Management II

Session Chairpersons:

Fernando Correa, Mansarovar Energy Ltd; Elie Daher, United Safety

Integrated HSE management is a transversal factor for the success of an E&P business, not only for direct processes developed by the companies, but for minimizing risks that exist along the supply chain extending from upstream to the downstream sectors. These best practices can also be implemented throughout the management cycle as a risk evaluation and gap analysis for planning, HSE operational standards, and measuring program effectiveness. Participate in this session to share successful examples of risk controls, contractors’ management practices, and offshore HSE operations.

Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1600 174155 icon:HSE Achieving Leading Edge Contractor Management. Strategies for Success
J.A. Velasquez, ISNetworld
1600-1630 174097 icon:HSE Guidance on Quantitative Risk Assessment for LNG Offshore Floating Units
K. Forte De Souza, O. Benyessaad, Bureau Veritas
1630-1700 174109 icon:HSE Comprehensive Gap Assessment of Complete Safety Management Systems with Systematic Analysis and Recommendations - A Successful Case Study
B. Donaldson, B. Shah, E. Daher, United Safety
Tuesday, 7 July

1530-1700

Sol 4

09 Innovation I: New Systems

Session Chairpersons:

Edgar Rangel, CNH; Sebastian Valdivieso, APD Proyectos Cia. Ltda

This session focuses on systems that are being implemented to improve efficiency and management of critical environmental and safety aspects in E&P operations. Case studies of proven operational systems will be presented that plan and track field developments in environmentally sensitive areas, better manage produced water, and improve breathing air systems.

Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1600 174142 icon:HSE Integrated Operational Planning (POI) as a Holistic System to Reduce Environmental, Social and Operative Negative Impacts in the Oil and Gas Industry
A.R. Martinez Cedillo, M.A. Mendez-García, J. Chavez-Suarez, J. Rojas-Palma, M.A. Fuentes-Durán, PEMEX E&P; A.M. Del Busto-Pinzon, UIS
1600-1630 174148 icon:PO Intelligent Control Techniques Applied to Improve the Performance of Water Treatment Facilities Bring Great Financial Benefits to the Colombian Oil Industry
H.R. Perez-Rodriguez, G. Grandas Grandas, Pacific Rubiales Energy; H.D. Perez, Genius Engineering Corp
1630-1700 174106 icon:HSE Solving Delays, Inefficiencies And Increased Safety Risks In Facilities: A Breathing Air Case Study
D. Dowd, T.J. Wallace, E. Daher, United Safety