Tuesday, June 21

07:00 - 07:55
07:55 - 08:00
08:00 - 08:30
Keynote Presentation
Moderator(s) Roberta Alves Mendes, Petrobras; Mahyar (Matt) Mohajer, Schlumberger; Carlos Calad; Tachyus

Keynote Speaker(s):

Juliano de Carvalho Dantas, Chief Digital Transformation and Innovation Officer, Petrobras

08:30 - 10:00
Session 1: Digital Transformation for Mature Fields
Session Chairpersons Carlos Calad, Tachyus; Tony Edwards, Stepchange Global Consultancy Ltd

Mature fields offer a unique opportunity to leverage digital transformation initiatives as they meet a key requirement: large amounts of historical data and number of wells. This session will explore the application of digital transformation initiatives in mature fields including reservoir characterization and optimization, operational improvements - Remote Operational models, Real time and Minimum Staffed -  to extend the life of mature fields, improve its economics, maximize ultimate recovery and reduce its environmental impact. 


Juan Martin Bulgheroni, Pan American Energy

Reaching Asset Potential for Mature Fields through Digital Transformation
Gerardo Mijares, Halliburton

Juan Carlos Palacio, Ecopetrol

10:00 - 10:10
10:10 - 11:40
Session 2: Digital Transformation: from Exploration until Decommissioning
Session Chairpersons Augusto Borella, Intelie; Roberta Alves Mendes, Petrobras

It’s known that, by increasing digital transformation, we can develop smarter fields, breaking silos, promoting the integration of different technical disciplines, reducing risks, and optimizing costs throughout the life of the oilfield. This section will show different examples of the digital transformation from exploration phase until decommissioning.


Digital Backbones for Well Construction Operations and Well Design
Pedro Esteves Aranha, Petrobras

Digital Asset Integrity – The First Line of Defense
Rafael Torres, SBM Offshore

Artificial Intelligence for Deepwater Applications: FlatFish Experience
Cristian Nevoso, Saipem

11:40 - 11:50
11:50 - 13:20
Session 3: Asset Management
Session Chairpersons Mahyar (Matt) Mohajer, Schlumberger; Leornardo Machado, Halliburton

The focus of Asset Performance Management is on equipment reliability and maintenance. During this session we discuss how recent advances in digital technologies such as IOT, data analytics, cyber-security paired with domain knowledge and equipment expertise are enhancing equipment uptimes and reliability and improving maintenance routines.


Beyond Digital: Driving Production Performance Through Collaboration
Marcus Rossi, Schlumberger

Digital Twin for Improving Integrity Planning
Jackson Luan Queiroz, Petrobras

PdM approach: Transforming Data Into Action to Avoid Production Downtime
Henrique Domakoski, Shape Digital (MODEC)

13:20 - 14:30
14:30 - 16:00
Session 4: Offshore Operations – What Digital Has To Offer?
Session Chairpersons Giovanna Carneiro, Schlumberger; Tony Edwards, Stepchange Global Consultancy Ltd

The application of combined digital technologies can build the path towards minimum manned and unmanned offshore operations. Drastic OPEX and risk exposure reduction are two of the main benefits from this approach. This section will discuss how technologies such as automation, robotics, analytics and machine learning, video technologies and internet of things can contribute to reduction of human presence in platforms and some of the challenges the industry will face in this trajectory.


Mero Field: Digital Technologies Enhancing Operations
Flavia Pacheco Teixeira da Silva, Petrobras

Maximizing Value from Digital by Changing the Way We Work Offshore
João Ramos, Equinor

Data Enriched Offshore Operations
Reda Bouamra, Schlumberger

15:30 - 16:10
16:10 - 17:40
Session 5: Accelerating Digital Transformation With Data
Session Chairpersons Braulia Borges, Schlumberger; Roberta Alves Mendes, Petrobras

In this session, industry experts share their experiences in how the data help to increase the opportunities in the vision: "Data: The new oil", using the OSDU Architecture, lessons learned from experiences with integrated data platforms, infrastructure more robustic and realistic to improve digital transformation in our industry.


Data Traps: The Challenges Behind the Biggest Enabler of Digital Transformation
Eduardo Fonseca de Andrea, Petrobras

Digital – Transforming Data Into Value
Kaluan Virmond Juk, Equinor

OSDU – What’s Mew and Solution Spotlight
Raj Kannan, Schlumberger

17:40 - 19:00

Wednesday, June 22

07:30 - 08:30
08:30 - 10:00
Session 6: HSE Meets Digital Transformation
Session Chairpersons Leonardo Ramalho Machado, Shell; Carlos Calad, Tachyus

Digital emergent technologies can improve safety on operations and help mitigation or prevention of personal accidents or even environmental disasters. There is a range of technologies that can be applied to monitoring activities through video analytics or radio frequency, using drones to replace human capital and reducing people on board through the automation of equipment and processes. Digital technologies will also be needed to in the Energy Transition process that the industry is embarking towards a cleaner environment. The session aims at presenting how Digital Transformation technologies and workflows are improving the Health, Safety and Environment in Oil and Gas operations.


Human Digital Twin: Digitizing the Human Factor for Effective Risk Control
Pedro Guizardi, Desarlis

Marcelo Burghi Serigo, Accenture

10:00 - 10:30
10:30 - 12:00
Session 7: Energy Transition
Session Chairpersons Oscar Angulo, Tachyus; Bruno Ribeiro, Independent Consultant

The aim for a sustainable society and green economy is prompting scientists, companies, and governments to develop technologies of low carbon emission and the energy factor is under pressure to accelerate and lead this process. The energy transition debate has taken an important role on business - thus this session will bring the debate on the benefits and challenges to this transition.


Design and Implementation of a Comprehensive Carbon Intensity Estimation and Forecasting Platform
Carlos Calad, Tachyus

Tony Edwards, Stepchange Global Consultancy Ltd

Digital Solutions of Carbon Capture and Storage in Reservoirs
Andrei Kalinichev, Dassault Systèmes

12:00 - 13:30
13:30 - 15:00
Session 8: Key New and Emerging Technology
Session Chairpersons Augusto Borella, Intelie; Leonardo Ramalho Machado, Shell

New and emergent technologies have the potential to significantly transform the way we operate industrial business promoting the integration of different technical disciplines, reducing risks, and optimizing costs throughout the life of the oilfield. This section will show different examples of the digital transformation new and emergent technologies that can transform how we operate.


Digital Transformation Through Well Test Automation and Optimization
Danielle Monteiro, Solution Seeker

Digital Twins' Key Role in Digitalization
Duperron Ribeiro, PhDsoft Technology

Digital Technologies to Enable Engineering Processes Automation and Optimizing Oilfield Production Operations
Sergio Sousa, Halliburton

15:00 - 15:30
15:30 - 17:00
Session 9: The Human Factor
Session Chairpersons John Hudson, Shell; Giovanna Carneiro, Schlumberger

The roles and skills of technical professionals are changing rapidly due to accelerating technology innovations and because of changes in business context (e.g., the energy transition).  This session will explore best practices and emerging opportunities for transitioning our workforce at the necessary pace.


Digital Transformation and the Human Journey for Survival
Augusto Borella, Intelie

The Evolution of the Talent Lifecycle in an Era of Uncertainty
Maria Lorente Fraguas, Schlumberger

Digital Workforce – How Human Factors Evolve Through Digital Application
Rodrigo Chamusca Machado, Ocyan