Event Closed

This event ran June 29, 2016 and has now finished.

Interested in providing thought leadership on one of these topics? Please contact:

Melissa Zerber | Conference Producer
Melissa.Zerber@energyconferencenetwork.com
+1 (855) 869-4260

08:00

Registration

08:45

Chairperson opening remarks

Philip Camp, Vice President, Energy, Metals & Mining Industries, EMEA
Hitachi Consulting

Big Data and Analytics

09:00

Data management: Bridging the gap between data capture, processing, storing and delivery

  • Improving data standardization and interoperability
  • Ensuring data availability
  • Taking the application to the data, not vice versa

Dr. Alan Smith, Principal Consultant
Luchelan

09:30

Reservoir Monitoring - 24x7: how we can use IoT to improve our efficiency in predicting reservoir performance:

  • Production downtime reduction
  • Using smart sensors to better utilize rig time
  • Analytics applied to a variety of physics-based data at once—seismic, drilling, and production data to help reservoir engineers and production engineers achieve maximum production efficiency

10:00

Morning break and networking

10:30

Delivering business value in MOL refineries with predictive analytics and business analyses

  • Yield improvement
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Derivative Flare validation (decrease hydrocarbon loss)
  • Natural Gas Forecasting
  • High Temperature Hydrogen Attack and other Integrity Operating Window checking
  • Operation envelopes
  • Coke yield and steam eruption analyses (in Delay Coker unit)

Tibor Komróczki, Head of Process Information and Automation
MOL Group

11:00

Effective data and information management: streamlining the upstream oil & gas target operating model

  • Cutting costs
  • Adding value
  • Achieving operational excellence

Richard Taylor, Upstream Data and Information Management
Maersk Oil

IoT innovation and implementation

11:30

Systems of action – transforming operational events into feasible actions

  • Underpinn the rationale and motivation for the Statoil “system of action” approach and explore in context of IoT in O&G.
  • Explore what has changed from the mastodons of the past to the autonomous concept of the subsea factory, and what are the effects of becoming a software dependent industry.
  • Ask better questions and reflect on the bigger issues related to the true impacts of becoming a software dependent industry. What must then be in place, and what to do to succeed.

Einar Landre, Leading Analyst IT COO CIT DIG
Statoil Norway

12:00

Networking lunch

13:00

Unified Communication – Applying Innovation

  • Evolution of Voice: The Skills Gap
  • Business Case using Microsoft Unified Communication
  • Practical Considerations: Is UC fit for your Business?
  • Positive Change: How UC can benefit Oil & Gas in the current climate.

Ewan Waugh, Owner/Enterprise Project Manager
E-WAN Networks Ltd

13:30

Cultivating a technology driven corporate culture: Through harnessing new and emerging technology for IoT. Cultural and social aspects that can lead to some serious blind spots

  • Technology is no longer a support function, it is core to the adaptability of organisations.
  • Research on the benefits of cultivating a conducive organisational environment for fostering innovative behaviours
  • Key cultural capabilites that are key for supporting and sustaining innovation that comes from IoT applications in the oil and gas industry

Yekemi Otaru, Founder & Principal Strategist
YO! Marketing

14:00

Afternoon tea/networking break

14:30

Smart Energy Solutions: Gain valuable insights from IoT

  • Smart Energy solutions provide connected intelligence; provide insights to support better decision making; increase productivity; lower cost of operations; streamline business processes.
  • Smart energy solutions enable the management of energy monitoring of supply and demand and provide a cost effective energy mix.
  • How companies can gain extra value from IoT and digital transformation.

Dr. Markus Hartwig, Smart Energy
Hitachi Consulting

15:00

IOT Big Data and App Stores: turning the usual models on their head so that everyone wins.

  • What is the size of the prize
  • Compressor downtime and well production optimisation case study
  • Why do Operators, Service Providers and app developers all win?
  • What are the barriers to success?
  • Why we all have to move past competition and get collaborating.

Steve Aitken, Consultant Director
Intelligent Plant Ltd

15:30

Chairman’s closing remarks and close of conference