Agenda

Monday, November 29

13:00 - 17:30
eP 07  ePoster Virtual
NOTE: ePoster presentations are available for viewing throughout the entire duration of the virtual symposium and on-demand. There is no live Q&A segment for ePoster presentations.
Time Paper # Presentation
1200-1200 208621 Projects, Facilities & Construction Reducing ABEX Uncertainties through Hybrid LSTK Contracting: A Factory EPSm Pilot Case Study in South East Asia S.A. Canny, Weatherford International
1200-1200 208622 Projects, Facilities & Construction Case Study of First Malaysia Flare Tips Decommissioning in D18 Offshore Field Platform M. Ahmad Shatiry, T. Tajul Arif, N. Baharuddin, F. Harun, M. Asmadi, S. Ismail, PETRONAS; A. Nazli, Intaj Holdings Sdn. Bhd.; M. Ishak, S. Ab Hamid, Petra Resources Sdn. Bhd.
1200-1200 208620 Production & Operations Subsea Gas Well Late Life Restart Lesson Learned: Failure Analysis and Operating Strategy S. WANG, L.K. LAU, W. TONG, K. AN, J. DUAN, X. WANG, China National Offshore Oil Corporation
1200-1200 208488 Production & Operations Modelling Production Initiation from a Lazy Well by Direct Gas Injection at the Casing Head Using Dynamic Wellbore Simulator N.J. Omar, Private Conslt.; I.S. Al-Saeedi, MDOC
1200-1200 208460 Projects, Facilities & Construction Challenges and Lessons Learnt Operating During Covid19 Pandemic in Remote Location: A Success Story of Mauritania Deepwater Abandonment and Decommissioning Campaign S. Al Sellapan, W.S. Liew, M. Allapitchai, A. Bin Johan, A. Bin Ahmad Zaini, E.M. Haboul, M. Abdul Razak, M. Yaakub, PETRONAS
1200-1200 208461 Projects, Facilities & Construction Plug and Abandonment for Gas Wells: A Case Study from Baghjan Oilfield, India R. Bharadwaj, B. Kumari, A. Patel, Indian Institute of Petroleum and Energy
1200-1200 208496 Completions Case Study and Lessons Learnt for the 1st Fully Integrated Hwu Well Abandonment at Field A Offshore Malaysia T. Tengku Ahmad, Uzma Group; S. Yang, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.; K. Fathiee, Uzma Group
1200-1200 208497 Management & Information Improving Biological Reefing Viability Index as a Predictive Tool for Assessment of Potential Reefing Site in the Tropical Shallow Offshore Environment Y. Hii, M.H. Mohd, U. Malaysia Terengganu; M.I. Mohd Thiyahuddin, PETRONAS Research Sdn. Bhd.; M.A. A Rahman, C. Tan, U. Malaysia Terengganu

Tuesday, November 30

12:00 - 12:40
Opening and Keynote Session

Welcome Remarks:

Noor Ilias Mohd Idris
Vice President
Group Project Delivery
Project Delivery & Technology
PETRONAS

Opening Remarks:

Bacho Pilong
Senior Vice President
Project Delivery & Technology
PETRONAS

Keynote Address:

Taufik Aditiyawarman
Director of Development & Production
PT Pertamina Hulu Energi

Chayong Borisuitsawat
Executive Vice President
Engineering and Development Group
PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited

12:40 - 13:30
Executive Plenary Session: Regional Collaborations for an Agile and Sustainable Decommissioning and Abandonment Execution

Moderator(s):

M Zamri Jaidi
Head Construction & Decommissioning Delivery Group Project Delivery & Technology
PETRONAS

I Made Sukrajaya
Senior Manager

Project Engineering and Control
PT Pertamina Hulu Energi

Kanita Sartwattayu
Senior Vice President

Development Project Division
PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited

Speaker(s):

Martha Vasquez
Associate Director
Upstream Oil & Gas
Boston Consulting Group

Cameron Grebe
Head of Division - Environment & Decommissioning
NOPSEMA

Handan Ramli
Head Production and Operation Management Malaysia Petroleum Management
PETRONAS

Regional collaborations across the energy industry is essential to attain successful decommissioning. Operators and their licensed partners are accustomed to working together to explore, develop and produce hydrocarbons and have been highly innovative in doing this. It is natural that they work together and, other operators and organisations to decommission facilities. Collaborations go beyond sharing learnings and project discussions to ensure knowledge is distributed throughout the industry. It involves collaboration from all stakeholders throughout the entire decommissioning value chain including technology development, industry, academia and others. The executive plenary session will discuss the challenges and way forward to achieve regional collaborations for agile and sustainable decommissioning and abandonment execution.

13:30 - 13:45
13:45 - 15:15
Panel Session 1: Regional Collaboration Roadmap

Session Chair(s):

 

Francis Norman
General Manager- Innovation and Strategy
NERA

Ahmad Yunus Talib
CEO – Late Life Assets
Uzma Berhad

Speaker(s):

Jaime Rebelo
Chief Inspector
Safety, Health and Environment National Authority (SHENA) Brunei

Ross Waring
Interim Independent Chair
Centre of Decommissioning Australia (CODA)

Syed Saggaf
Honorary Secretary
MOGSC

Ikhranizam M Ros
Senior Manager Decommissioning & Abandonment
Construction & Decommissioning Delivery
PETRONAS

Many upstream assets in Asia-Pacific are reaching the end of their lives and decommissioning is fast becoming a major issue. In many countries, legislative frameworks are in the early stages of development, and older Production Sharing Contracts ('PSC') or concession agreements often fail to cover decommissioning responsibilities. Most decommissioning projects have a common goal to carry out decommissioning and abandonment in a safe, timely and cost-efficient way. With regional collaboration among operators, technology innovators, research organisations and governments to support joint projects, knowledge transfer and innovations, the decommissioning scene can thrive and form an industry that can then service needs across the Asia Pacific region. This panel session will discuss key factors in forming a Regional Collaboration Roadmap. 

15:15 - 16:00
16:00 - 17:30
TS 01  Technical Session 01: Late Life Field Management and Decommissioning Virtual
Session Chairpersons M Redzuan A Rahman - PETRONAS, Sakon Rungwichitsin - PTTEP

Session Manager(s):

Redzuan Rahman, PETRONAS; Sakon Rungwichitsin, PTTEP

Time Paper # Presentation
1600-1620 208475 Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility Mercury Contamination of Process and Pipeline Infrastructure: A Novel, All-encompassing Solution for the Evaluation and Decontamination of Mercury from Pipelines and Topside Process Equipment to Allow Safe Disposal S. Baker, M. Andrew, M. Kirby, M. Bower, D. Walls, Qa3 Ltd; L. Hunter, A.D. Stewart, Total Hazardous and Integrated Solutions (THIS)
1620-1640 208470 Projects, Facilities & Construction Pipeline Decommissioning: Comparative Study of Pipeline Corrosion in the North Sea and Gulf of Thailand J. Campins Bravo, U. of Aberdeen
1640-1700 208484 Production & Operations Late Life Field Management with Instrumentation Failure. Modelling Predictions and Successful Validations of Late Life Subsea Gas Condensate System Using Historical Field Data L. Lau, K. An, W. Tong, S. Wang, Z. Yue, J. Duan, China National Offshore Oil Corporation
1700-1720 208479 Projects, Facilities & Construction New Approach to D&A Late Life Planning and Preparation: Era of Innovative Solutions J.R. Lim, I. Thiyahuddin, M. Ghazali, PETRONAS
16:00 - 17:30
TS 02  Technical Session 02: Sustainable Technologies for Well Decommissioning Virtual
Session Chairpersons Mohd Azlan Tumiran - PETRONAS, Christopher John Murphy - Curtin University
Time Paper # Presentation
1600-1620 208485 Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility Advancements in Techniques for Complex Plug and Abandonment Using Survey Management and Magnetic Ranging Methods J. Dorey, G. Rassadkin, Scientific Drilling International
1620-1640 208478 Production & Operations Optimisation of Plug and Abandonment Process Utilising Nuclear Technology for Through Tubing Cement Evaluation K. Valouiski, A. Kalistratov, Roke Technologies; A. Bin Zainuddin, A. Abd Rajab, S. Zulkipli, M. Misren, A. Balachandar, Petronas Carigali Sdn. Bhd.; S. Zulkefli, A. Awal, Impressive Logging Services Sdn. Bhd.
1640-1700 208492 Drilling Annulus Perforate, Wash and Cement: Establishing Barrier Verification Process for Deepwater Subsea Wells Abandonment and Its Lessons Learnt M. Allapitchai, S. Al Sellapan, W. SIN YOONG, A. Bin Johan, E.M. Haboul, A. Bin Ahmad Zaini, M. Abdul Razak, M. B Yaakub, PETRONAS
1700-1720 208465 Production & Operations Best Practices for Managing Subsea Well Plug and Abandonment Operation in Offshore Malaysia During Covid-19 Pandemic M.B. Omar, J. Barat, F. Yahaya, A. Utta, B.M. Nasron, L. Maluan, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.
17:30 - 18:00

Wednesday, December 01

10:30 - 12:00
Panel Session 2: Synergy of Upstream, Midstream and Downstream Decommissioning

Session Chair(s):

Kayleigh Hughes
APAC Decommissioning Engineering Lead
Genesis

Zhafran Sulaiman
Manager Decommissioning & Abandonment
PETRONAS

Speaker(s):

Idris Jaafar
Decommissioning and Restoration Manager
Brunei Shell Petroleum

Mohd Ammar Ahmad Hanapi
General Manager
Asset Delivery
Integrated Value Assurance
PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.

Wan Mohd Khairul Syahman
Senior Manager
TNB REMACO

With increased decommissioning cost, the industry is now looking at how to achieve synergy of upstream, midstream, and downstream decommissioning. There are countries and organisations that have even set up cross-sector initiatives to ensure engagement, sharing and transfer of decommissioning learnings across the renewables, oil & gas, defence, space, process and waste sectors. This session will discuss the way forward in creating a synergy in upstream, midstream and downstream decommissioning. 

12:00 - 12:45
12:45 - 14:15
Panel Session 3: Sustainable Decommissioning Strategy and Planning

Session Chair(s):

Hellmuth Johl
Partner- Asset Retirement
ERM

Ariff Irfan Zainai
General Manager
Asset Decommissioning, Production & Operations Management
Malaysia Petroleum Management
PETRONAS

Amila Zawawi
Institute of Self-sustainable Building
Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS

Speaker(s):

Ingeborg McNicoll
Senior Partner
ERM

Thor Sterker
Technical Advisor
PB Consultant

M Shahir Liew
Deputy Vice Chancellor Research
Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS

Over the next decades, the decommissioning of oil and gas platforms will be one of the main industrial, social, economic, and environmental challenges worldwide, due to the hundreds of platforms, millions of tonnes of infrastructure, and thousands of wells that will need to be plugged and abandoned, removed and recycled. The decommissioning of oil and gas o shore platforms refers to the series of processes involved in the deactivation of a facility at the end of its life, as well as its deconstruction and dismantling and the removal of components for reuse, remanufacturing, recycling, storage, and/or disposal. IMO guidelines stated that abandoned or disused offshore installations or structures on any continental shelf or in any Exclusive Economic Zone must be removed, except in several cases based primarily on the depth of the water and the size of the structure. This legislation has played a significant role in setting standards and has provided a framework for decommissioning that has influenced the approaches in many nations. This panel session will discuss sustainable decommissioning strategies, options, planning and related issues. 

14:15 - 14:30
14:30 - 16:00
Panel Session 4: Financing, Contracting and Best Practice Approaches to Decommissioning Planning

Session Chair(s):

Siti Shafikah
Manager (Project)
GPD PD&T
PETRONAS

Speaker(s):

Andrew Duncan
Principal Advisor
GaffneyCline 

Kayleigh Hughes
APAC Decommissioning Engineering Lead
Genesis

Brian Twomey
Managing Director
Reverse Engineering Services Ltd.

Muammar Gadafi
PETRONAS

Fariz Aziz
Skrine

Decommissioning must be carried out with proper financial planning and in tandem with other business priorities and projects. There are some elements that can help optimise an operator’s decommissioning activities, in line with its wider business initiatives like advance funding, contracting models, portfolio consideration and exit strategies. Whether it is from oil and gas fields, nuclear power plants, or other mega-projects, the high costs of decommissioning will be borne not just by infrastructure owners, but other stakeholders too. It is essential that planning including financial strategies get underway with due speed and are efficient, reviewed often, and based on a robust long-term view.


This panel will explore financing and contracting options available, and how it can boost decommissioning efficiency. 
 

16:00 - 16:15
16:15 - 17:45
TS 03  Technical Session 03: Decommissioning Alternatives Virtual
Session Chairpersons Sulaiman Sidek - PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd, Lim Eu Shawn - U. Teknologi PETRONAS
Time Paper # Presentation
1615-1635 208473 Drilling Low Cost Plug and Abandonment with Hybrid Hydraulic Pulling Unit T. Tengku Ahmad, Uzma Group; A. Abdullah, Uzma Engineering
1635-1655 208498 Completions Repurposing End-of-life Wells for Geothermal Energy Production: An Evaluation of Mississippi Wells M. Mirabolghasemi, M. Heshmati, D. Thorn, T.B. Shelton, N. Diop, Mississippi State U.
1655-1715 208474 Projects, Facilities & Construction Recommendation of Onshore Yard Readiness for Upcoming Oil and Gas Offshore Structure Decommissioning Project(s) In Indonesia S. Amelia, Institut Teknologi Bandung; J. Leow, U.Teknologi Malaysia; B. Hasyim, PT. Meindo Elang Indah; D.D. Aditramulyadi, Institut Teknologi Bandung; H. Kang, O. Yaakob, U.Teknologi Malaysia; W. Punurai, Mahidol U.
1715-1735 208486 Projects, Facilities & Construction Managing the Salvage, Removal, Preservation and Re-installation of a Tilted Wellhead Platform S. Zainal Abidin, PETRONAS
16:15 - 17:45
TS 04  Technical Session 04: Abandonment and Waste Management Virtual
Session Chairpersons Afriandi Eka Prasetya - SKK Migas, David Christensen - NOPSEMA
Time Paper # Presentation
1615-1635 208472 Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility Challenges and Lessons Learnt on Waste Management and Disposal from Mauritania Deepwater Abandonment and Decommissioning Campaign A. AHMAD ZAINI, M. BIN RAHIM, M. ABDUL RAZAK, PETRONAS; S. MOIR, MAURILOG
1635-1655 208493 Production & Operations Advances in Abandonment and Disposal Technology of Aging Oil and Gas Pipelines J. Jing, W. Wang, Southwest Petroleum U.; D. Wu, PipeChina Southwest Pipeline Co. Ltd.; J. Luo, S. Zeng, T. Zheng, H. Chen, Southwest Petroleum U.
1655-1715 208467 Projects, Facilities & Construction Abandonment Best Practices in Unitised Area for Wells and Facilities Straddling Two Countries in Malay Basin: A Case Study K. Nathan, M. Ghazali, M. A Razak, I. Marsidi, J. M Shah, PETRONAS
1715-1735 208482 Drilling Offline Well Abandonment SIMOPs: An 81 Well Phase I & II Case Study Enabling ABEX Reduction in South East Asia S.A. Canny, Weatherford; J. Amarin, V.T. Pinprayong, C. Sratongroy, P.A. Pitchayang, V. Patanapoothong, T.A. Sonsai, Weatherford International

Thursday, December 02

11:30 - 13:00
Panel Session 5: Decommissioning Technology and Innovative Solutions

 

Session Chair(s):

Devi Putra
Lead Specialist Drilling Research
PERTAMINA

M Faizal Ghazali
Principal Commissioning Engineer
PETRONAS

Speaker(s):

Dianne McLean
Fish Ecologist
Australian Institute of Marine Science

Peter Oliver
Senior Environmental Scientist
Chevron

Amir Hisham Albakri
Head of Business Development
Innoveam

Craig Nicol
Project Manager
Net Zero Technology Centre

New technology is usually designed to reduce risk and improve effciency. The focus is usually on the significant cost and time savings that can be unlocked through the utilisation of new technology to improve the decommissioning and abandonment process. With emissions reduction fast becoming a serious concern for the industry, technology that could help operators limit their climate impact is increasingly important. Operators are now on a strong push to also look at carbon emissions reduction, coupled with significant pressure from governments, shareholders, and clients to do so. Previously, the industry was focused on time and cost savings in environments when the rig cost was high. Now, operators are looking to reduce rig times, not just for the sake of cost, but also for emissions savings. Solutions are getting smarter and operators can now perform more operations in one run than what was done previously. This will be the way forward, to reduce footprint, reduce rig time and reduce the amount of manpower on drilling rigs. This panel will explore the latest innovations in the decommissioning and abandonment markets, and how these technologies can boost decommissioning e ciency and habitat value of infrastructure.

13:00 - 13:45
13:45 - 15:15
TS 05  Technical Session 05: Regulations and Sustainable Decommissioning Virtual
Session Chairpersons Sophia Kangan - PT Pertamina EP, Mohd Nurzawani Abu Bakar - PETRONAS
Time Paper # Presentation
1345-1405 208483 Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility Is Australia Prepared for the Decommissioning Challenge? A Regulator's Perspective D. Christensen, A. Re, NOPSEMA
1405-1425 208468 Production & Operations Collaborations Involving Malaysia Upstream Regulator to Enhance Decommissioning S.B. Abd Rahman, M. Abu Bakar, A. Zainai, PETRONAS
1425-1445 208466 Production & Operations Enabling and Shaping Decommissioning Alternatives in Malaysia R. Raja Yeop, S. Tan, A. Zainai, PETRONAS
1445-1505 208471 Management & Information A 'Value Focused Thinking' Approach to Decommissioning Decision Making A. Tung, Decom Global Research Pty. Ltd.
13:45 - 15:15
TS 06  Technical Session 06: Projects Lessons Learnt and Case Studies for Wells Decommissioning Virtual
Session Chairpersons Hatta Yusof - PETRONAS, Ahmad Zawawi Abd Rajab - PETRONAS
Time Paper # Presentation
1345-1405 208476 Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility The Assumption of Zero Leakage from Permanently Abandoned Wells on the Norwegian Continental Shelf R. Vikane, J.T. Selvik, E. Abrahamsen, U. of Stavanger; H. Lohne, Norwegian Research Centre
1405-1425 208481 Drilling Optimising Depth Selection on Section Milling Operation to Secure Sustained Casing Pressure During Plug and Abandonment Operation D. Wangsamulia, S.P. Pahlevi, S. Paulus, G. Aditya, ConocoPhillips Indonesia; H. Tanjung, PT Schlumberger Geophysics Nusantara; R. Dewanda, Schlumberger
1425-1445 Longest Removal of 500m CEMENTED Coil Tubing Thru Tubing Fishing: Risk, Challenges, Well P&A Design Approach and Planning in Delivering a Successful Permanent Well Abandonment via Hydraulic Workover Rig Deployment J.L. Low, A. Azim, M.A. Najmi, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.; A. Ali, Tanjung Offshore Services Sdn. Bhd.
15:15 - 15:30
15:30 - 17:00
Panel Session 6: Integration of Wells and Facilities Decommissioning

 

Session Chair(s):

Siew-Ping Teo
Decommissioning Manager
International Association of Oil and Gas Producers (IOGP)

Hema K. Gayathry
Business Development Lead, Asia Pacific
Oceaneering

Speaker(s):

Baharuddin Abdul Kani
Project Manager - Decommissioning
Brunei Shell

John Gilles
Joint Interest Decommissioning Project Manager
ExxonMobil

David Field
Managing Director
Icon Engineering Pty. Ltd.

Ansel Orr
Manager, Products & Services O­nshore Group Projects
Oceaneering

Mature reservoirs and changes in output levels are concerns, and operators must regularly re-assess the performance of every asset in production. Integrating well and facilities decommissioning is an efficient way of eliminating the ongoing costs of maintaining uneconomic oil and gas platforms, shut-in wells, and aging subsea infrastructure. Restoring the integrity of the reservoir caprock by sealing each well with a permanent, leak-free barrier enables operators to meet legal obligations and minimise liabilities once and for all. How can it be carried out efficiently to keep costs and risks under control?

17:00 - 17:30