SPE Norway One Day Seminar 14 May 2019 Bergen, Norway
  • Host Organisation Equinor

Agenda

Tuesday, May 14

08:00 - 18:00
09:00 - 10:30
Opening Panel Session: Value creation on NCS for decades – enabled by technology, innovation and digitalisation
Moderator(s) Kristin Hidle Vinje, Communication and Business Support Manager, Wintershall
Speaker(s) Per Haaland, VP D&W Tech, Equinor; Karl Johnny Hersvik, CEO, AkerBP; Arne Kvamsdal, Vice President Global Accounts, Halliburton

 

SPECIAL WELCOME FROM THE MAYOR OF BERGEN, MARTE MJØS PERSEN

Speakers

Per Haaland
VP D&W Tech
Equinor

Karl Johnny Hersvik
CEO
AkerBP

Arne Kvamsdal
Vice President, Global Accounts
Halliburton

10:30 - 11:00
Coffee Break/Exhibition & Knowledge sharing e-posters

Knowledge Sharing ePoster Presentations

Station 1  

1030 195615

A Data Driven Management Strategy To Reduce The Environmental Impact Of Upstream Production Plants

L. Cadei, D. Loffreno, G. Camarda, M. Montini, G. Rossi, P. Fier, D. Lupica, A. Corneo, L. Lancia, D. Milana, M. Carrettoni, E. Purlalli, Eni SpA; F. Carducci, G. Sophia, The Boston Consulting Group GAMMA

1045 195609

Drilling Fluids - Lost Circulation Treatment

M. Khalifeh, UiS; K.R. Klungtvedt, J.K. Vasshus, EMC; A. Saasen, UiS

 

Station 2 

1030 195628

Digital Well Planning, Well Construction and Life Cycle Well Integrity: The Role of Digital Experience
B. Brechan, S. Sangesland, NTNU

1045 195623

Drilling Fluid Power-Law Viscosity Model - Impact of Model Parameters on Frictional Pressure Loss Uncertainty
S. Riisoen, F.P. Iversen, NORCE AS; R. Brasileiro, A. Saasen, M. Khalifeh, University of Stavanger

   

 

 

 

 

11:00 - 12:30
01T  Digitalisation and Optimising Operations Efficiency Nina
Session Chairpersons Katinka Dahlberg - FMC Technologies
The digital transformation of the oil and gas industry is happening right now. This session looks at how digitalisation and data sharing philosophies can change business models, as well as enable optimised operations and efficiency gains through better insight, faster decisions and optimised work processes.
Time Paper # Presentation
1100-1130 195602 Management & Information Prerequisites for Performance-Based Contracts: Digitalization and Data Sharing Changes Business Models in E&P Supply Chain F. Laborie, M. Biermann, A. Camp, Cognite; M. Sivertsen, Framo
1130-1200 195631 Management & Information Data on Work - an Untapped Asset for Operational Improvements
A. Clark, H.W. Larsen, J. Nordtvedt, B. Stafford, T. Unneland, Epsis
1200-1230 195640 Management & Information Efficient Optimization of Well Drilling Sequence with Learned Heuristics L. Wang, D.S. Oliver, Norwegian Research Centre (NORCE)
Alternate 195615 Management & Information A Data Driven Management Strategy To Reduce The Environmental Impact Of Upstream Production Plants L. Cadei, D. Loffreno, G. Camarda, M. Montini, G. Rossi, P. Fier, D. Lupica, A. Corneo, L. Lancia, D. Milana, M. Carrettoni, E. Purlalli, Eni SpA; F. Carducci, G. Sophia, The Boston Consulting Group GAMMA
Alternate 195628 Drilling Digital Well Planning, Well Construction and Life Cycle Well Integrity: The Role of Digital Experience B. Brechan, S. Sangesland, NTNU
11:00 - 12:30
02T  Drilling I Anitra
Session Chairpersons Thorbjørn Kaland - University of Bergen
The progress of drilling technology is exposed widely in this section. Scientists and engineers from academia, oil companies and service companies are working together to develop new methodology and experiences. The session includes Depletion and Re-Pressurizationin the Valhall Field, Reconstruction of Pipe Movement, Optimized Trajectory and Efficient Slot Recovery, Model Parameters on Frictional Pressure Loss Uncertainty and Accuracy of Combining Overlapping Wellbore Surveys.
Time Paper # Presentation
1100-1130 195633 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Reservoir Stress-Path Measured During Depletion and Re-Pressurization in the Valhall Field
T.G. Kristiansen, A. Bauer, R.E. Flatebø, A. Guida, O. Nes, Ø. Skomedal, Aker BP
1130-1200 195629 Drilling OpenLab: Design and Applications of a Modern Drilling Digitalization Infrastructure N. Saadallah, J. Gravdal, R. Ewald, S. Moi, A. Ambrus, B. Daireaux, NORCE; S. Sivertsen, K. Hellang, Miles; R.J. Shor, University of Calgary; D. Sui, University of Stavanger; S. Ioan Sandor, Aker BP; M. Chojnacki, J. Odgaard, Mærsk Drilling
1200-1230 195632 Drilling Reconstruction of Pipe Movement from Downhole High Frequency Measurements E. Cayeux, NORCE/DrillWell; P. Seim, L.J. Solvi, Aker BP ASA; H. Ulvik, E. Solbu, NOV
Alternate 195609 Drilling Drilling Fluids - Lost Circulation Treatment M. Khalifeh, UiS; K.R. Klungtvedt, J.K. Vasshus, EMC; A. Saasen, UiS
Alternate 195623 Drilling Drilling Fluid Power-Law Viscosity Model - Impact of Model Parameters on Frictional Pressure Loss Uncertainty S. Riisoen, F.P. Iversen, NORCE AS; R. Brasileiro, A. Saasen, M. Khalifeh, University of Stavanger
Alternate 195621 Drilling Practical Method to Benefit from the Improved Accuracy of Combining Overlapping Wellbore Surveys J. Bang, T. Ali, A.G. Ledroz, Gyrodata, Inc.
11:00 - 12:30
03T  Reservoir I Ibsen
Session Chairpersons Edel Reiso - Equinor
This session includes an exciting range of reservoir engineering topics, ranging from laboratory experiments of oil recovery mechanisms with nanoparticles in the injection water to the operational part of our business with real-time fluid mapping and anew method of measuring the water pressure inside a hydrocarbon column. You can look forward to an exciting session that will enlighten you with new knowledge and inspire you!
Time Paper # Presentation
1100-1130 195608 Drilling Real-Time Fluid Mapping Ensures Reserve Development via Optimized High-Angle Infill Drilling M.C. Bravo, M.H. Baig, Schlumberger; N. Gueze, A. Kotwicki, AkerBP; M. Horstmann, Y. Blanco, C. Guevara, J. El-Khoury, P.H. Scott, Schlumberger
1130-1200 195598 Reservoir Description & Dynamics A Method for Estimation of Minimum Effective Pore Throat Radius from Routine Core Analysis Data in Chalk and its Applications M. Nourani, N. Schovsbo, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS); A.G. Meyer, Natural History Museum, University of Copenhagen; M. Taheriotaghsara, Center for Oil and Gas, The Technical University of Denmark (DTU); L. Sigalas, D. Olsen, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS); L. Stemmerik, Natural History Museum, University of Copenhagen
1200-1230 195638 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Experimental Evaluation of Oil Recovery Mechanisms Using a Variety of Surface-modified Silica Nanoparticles in the Injection Water A. Bila, Department of Geoscience and Petroleum, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU); J.Å. Stensen, SINTEF Industry and Department of Geoscience and Petroleum, Norwegian University of Science and Tech; O. Torsæter, Department of Geoscience and Petroleum, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Alternate 195599 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Sparse Representation of 4D Seismic Signal Based on Dictionary Learning R.V. Soares, X. Luo, Norwegian Research Centre (NORCE); G. Evensen, Norwegian Research Centre (NORCE)/Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center
12:30 - 13:30
12:30 - 13:30
YP Luncheon

The Lunch Session will provide participants an opportunity to discuss industry and career topics with our three guest speakers who will be sharing their experiences of leadership and offering some thoughts and advice for the audience of Young Professionals and students as they embark on their own career.  

​Steinar Kolstø
Project Manager – Infill Drilling
Wintershall

​Lill Harriet Brusdal
VP PETEC, Technology and Competence
Equinor

​Ole Christian Røed
Vice President of Products
Cognite

13:30 - 15:00
04T  Production and Well Operations – Field Cases Nina
Session Chairpersons Jan-Erik Nordtvedt - Epsis AS
This session presents novel research into key topics within production and well operations. The session will discuss injection performance and critical aspects for safe and efficient injection related to well and formation integrity, discuss production optimisation on an asset with dedicated focus on extension of lifetime, and give examples of how to accelerate oil production by autonomous inflow control devices (AICDs). The papers will all have a clear focus on field cases.
Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1400 195618 Production & Operations The Impact of Production Logging Tool (PLT) Data on Scale Squeeze Treatment Lifetime and Management of Scale Risk in Norwegian Subsea Production Wells - A Case Study
M.M. Jordan, Nalco Champion, an Ecolab Company
1400-1430 195617 Completions AICD Implementation on Oseberg H Vestflanken 2 A. Lien, O. Midttveit, A. Johnsen Gyllensten, M. Halvorsen, Equinor ASA
1430-1500 195613 Management & Information Nine Years Operational Experience of the Vega Field - Design, Experience, and Lessons Learned
S.T. Hatscher, M. Kiselnikov, L. Ugueto, B. Norheim, V. Olsen, E. Malmanger, A. Alvestad, Wintershall Norge AS
13:30 - 15:00
05T  Drilling II Anitra
Session Chairpersons Jorn Daniel Opsahl - Tomax AS
Improving efficiency and reducing risk are vital to drilling operations. In harsh and challenging drilling environments, new technologies are required to further ensure safety, efficiency and field prosperity. This session covers three advances within drilling operations to reduce risks and optimise drilling.
Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1400 195624 Drilling Disruptive Clamp-on Technology Tested for Mud Measurement K. Olsvik, XSENS AS; M. Hansen Jondahl, USN; K.R. Toftevåg, R. Kippersund, XSENS AS; G. Elseth, I. Kjøsnes, Equinor AS
1400-1430 195622 Drilling Innovative and Established LCM Cementing Solutions Combined to Create Novel LCM Cementing Fluid Train
M. Olsen, G. Lende, K. Rehman, Halliburton; P. Haugum, J. Mo, G. Smaaskjar, R. Næss, Lundin Norway
1430-1500 195641 Drilling Flow Loop Trial of an Autonomous Downhole Choke for Compensation of Rig Heave-Induced Surge and Swab D. Gorski, M. Kvernland, Heavelock AS; H. Borgen, Techni AS; J. Godhavn, Equinor ASA; O.M. Aamo, S. Sangesland, NTNU – Norwegian University of Science and Technology
13:30 - 15:00
06T  Reservoir II Ibsen
Session Chairpersons Nils-Andre Aarseth - AkerBP
This session includes an exciting range of reservoir engineering topics, ranging from laboratory experiments of oil recovery mechanisms with nanoparticles in the injection water to the operational part of our business with real-time fluid mapping and anew method of measuring the water pressure inside a hydrocarbon column. You can look forward to an exciting session that will enlighten you with new knowledge and inspire you!
Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1400 195606 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Fast 4D Geomechanical Modeling with Multiple Applications L. Renli, O.A. Helstrup, G. Ke, N. Thompson, Equinor ASA
1400-1430 195639 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Water Pressure Measurement Inside a Hydrocarbon Column T.A. Rolfsvåg, Hydrophilic AS; C.M. Lindsay, Core Specialist Services Ltd; J. Zuta, K.O. Vatne, A. Lohne, J.E. Iversen, Y. Guo, R. Askarinezhad, NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS; E. Undheim, T. Gudmestad, A. Bye, Aarbakke Innovation AS
1430-1500 195603 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Adsorption of Crude Oil Polar Components onto Silica-Rich Chalk and its Impact on Wetting I. Klewiah, University of Stavanger; I.D. Piñerez Torrijos, University of Stavanger/The National IOR Centre of Norway; S. Strand, University of Stavanger; T. Puntervold, University of Stavanger/The National IOR Centre of Norway; M. Konstantinopoulos, Technical University of Crete
15:00 - 15:30
Coffee Break/Exhibition & Knowledge sharing e-posters

Knowledge Sharing ePoster Presentations

Station 1 

1500 195621

Practical Method to Benefit from the Improved Accuracy of Combining Overlapping Wellbore Surveys
J. Bang, T. Ali, A.G. Ledroz, Gyrodata, Inc.

1515 195636

Stretching Lower Completion Limits: Longest One Screen Run in Horizontal Extended Reach Drilling / Multilateral Well On Troll Field, North Sea
M. Qamar, A. Vold, Equinor Asa

 

Station 2 

1500 195599

Sparse Representation of 4D Seismic Signal Based on Dictionary Learning
R.V. Soares, X. Luo, Norwegian Research Centre (NORCE); G. Evensen, Norwegian Research Centre (NORCE)/Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center

1515 195635

Precision Surgery for Well Workover: An Innovation in Well Intervention
M.C. Benguergoura, Welltec; J. Bergem, Aker BP

 

15:30 - 17:00
07T  Well Operations – Intervention and Integrity Nina
Session Chairpersons Roar Morten Kjelstadli - AkerBP
This session will cover three different studies. First, a paper is presented addressing the loss mechanism for drilling in depleted reservoirs – an issue of particular importance for infill drilling in depleted reservoirs. Then a paper on new intervention technique is presented – also addressing aspects of design, qualification, testing, planning and execution. Finally, a well integrity paper is presented – focusing on risk and safety factors.
Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1600 195605 Drilling Understanding Loss Mechanisms - the Key to Successful Drilling in Depleted Reservoirs? T. Scheldt, J.S. Andrews, Equinor; A. Lavrov, SINTEF
1600-1630 195604 Drilling Well Integrity - Managing the Risk Using Accurate Design Factors B. Brechan, S. Sangesland, S.I. Dale, NTNU
1630-1700 195625 Completions Effect of Mud on Cement Sheath Integrity
R. Skorpa, B. Werner, T. Vralstad, SINTEF
15:30 - 17:00
08T  Drilling III Anitra
Session Chairpersons Kjell-Rune Hoff - Baker Hughes, a GE company
This session puts theory into practice and will cover a wide variety of topics. First, Norway’s leading engineers in wellbore surveying will describe best practices and recommendations to overcome challenges related to magnetic directional surveying in the Barents sea. Then, we will investigate surface and downhole measurements of drillstring vibrations by utilizing high-speed optics in combination with traditional sensors and ultimately end this session by investigate the selection of drill-in and completion fluid of the Dvalin HT Gas Field.
Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1600 195600 Drilling Best Practices and Recommendations for Magnetic Directional Surveying in the Barents Sea
I. Edvardsen, Baker Hughes, a GE company; E. Nyrnes, Equinor ASA; M. Gullikstad Johnsen, UiT -The Arctic University of Norway; A. Naemi Willer, DTU
1600-1630 195610 Drilling Comparative Study of Surface and Downhole Drillstring Vibrations Measurements on a Laboratory-Scale Drilling Rig E. Wiktorski, S. Geekiyanage, E.A. Løken, D. Sui, University of Stavanger
1630-1700 195601 Drilling Systematic Selection of Drill-in and Completion Fluids for Development of the Dvalin HT Gas Field O. Czuprat, DEA Deutsche Erdoel AG; B.O. Dahle, DEA Norge AS (now with Ridge AS); U. Dehmel, DEA Deutsche Erdoel AG; R. Ritschel, J. Storhaug, DEA Norge AS; T. Adrian, I. Patey, Premier Oilfield Group - Corex
15:30 - 17:00
09T  Completion and Well Intervention Ibsen
Session Chairpersons Peter Frank Smits - Equinor
This session includes papers from both completion and well intervention operations, combined with new technology. This session will show case technology development and first field trials of lateral jetting. It will investigate cost effective solutions for P&A operation by multi-string logging solution and dive into dissolvable technology to enhance operational efficiency. Presenters are both operators and service companies. In other words this session will be worth a visit!
Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1600 195620 Completions World First Simultaneous Jetting of 72 Laterals with Solids Control - Technology Development and Field Trial
F. Bjørnseth, T.G. Kristiansen, R. Flatebø, T. Reinertsen, Y. Caline, R.M. Ostensen, D. Tomczak, Aker BP ASA; K. Solhaug, M. Leinenbach, T. Jorgensen, Fishbones AS
1600-1630 195607 Production & Operations Multi-string Isolation Logging - A Cost Effective Solution for P&A J. Zhang, P. Mahbod, Probe; R.S. Shafer, D.T. Mueller, C. Anderson, ConocoPhillips
1630-1700 195634 Completions Dissolvable Technology Enhances Operational Efficiency of Offshore Completion Operations on the NCS V.K. Keerthivasan, T.R. Koloy, NOV Completion Tools
Alternate 195636 Drilling Stretching Lower Completion Limits: Longest One Screen Run in Horizontal Extended Reach Drilling / Multilateral Well On Troll Field, North Sea M. Qamar, A. Vold, Equinor Asa
Alternate 195635 Production & Operations Precision Surgery for Well Workover: An Innovation in Well Intervention M.C. Benguergoura, Welltec; J. Bergem, Aker BP
17:00 - 18:00
18:00 - 21:00
Dinner

Three-course dinner available at an additional cost of NOK 900.

The conference dinner is a set 3-course meal that includes 3 drinks (wine/beer/mineral water). A paid bar will be open after dinner for those that wish to stay longer for networking and meeting with peers and colleagues.