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Program

Program

SINTEF Petroleum Conference 2018

Opportunities in a digital upstream industry

20 - 21 March 2018, Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel Trondheim, Norway

 

20 MARCH (Day 1)

Chair: Lars Sørum, SINTEF

08:00

Registration

09:00

Welcome to SINTEF Petroleum Conference (Alexandra Bech Gjørv, SINTEF)

09:15

Keynote: "From bytes to barrels" - Statoil's digital roadmap, ambitions and results so far (Harald Laastad, Statoil)

09:45

Keynote: Digitalization in AkerBP: How we work to realize our digital ambition and concrete examples from our work (Signy Vefring, Aker BP)

10:15

Coffee break

   

Session 1: Digital workflows and digital twins

Chair: Ane Lothe, SINTEF

10:45

Multidisciplinary digital workflows (Tina Todnem, Statoil)

11:10

Experiences with a digital twin in drilling (Knut Steinar Bjørkevoll, SINTEF)

11:35

Digitalization of work processes (Astrid Skarheim Onsum, Aker Solutions)

12:00

Lunch

   

Session 2: Leaving the lab bench - Do we still need experiments?

Chair: Pierre Cerasi, SINTEF

13:00

Subsurface knowledge creation based on facts, concepts and actions (Hans Christen Rønnevik, Lundin)

13:25

Hybrid modelling. Combining machine learning and traditional knowledge (Vegard Flovik, Kongsberg Digital)

13:50

Shale creep experiments - implications from uncertainties (Tron Kristiansen, Aker BP and Erling Fjær, SINTEF)

14:15

Coffee break

   

Session 3: Opportunities in sharing and data handling

Chair: Roar Nybø, SINTEF

14:45

The need of sharing data on the NCS (Roy Ruså, Petoro)

15:10

Opening up Danske Bank – How analytics and open data is transforming the financial industry (Knut Wangen, Danske Bank Norway)

15:35

Why we need data in innovation and tech development (Knut Andreas Lie, SINTEF)

 

 

Panel debate

16:00

Sharing of data and the building of a digital ecosystem (Morten Dalsmo, SINTEF)

16:25

End of conference day 1 

   

Meet SINTEF – informal display of relevant projects and mingling

 

 

19:30

Conference dinner at Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel

    

 

21 MARCH (day 2)

 08:00

Registration

   

Session 4: Dealing with subsurface uncertainty

Chair: Peder Eliasson, SINTEF

08:30

Bayesian inversion of reservoir data (Henning Omre, NTNU)

 08:55

Uncertainties in subsurface: effect on pore pressure prediction (Ane Lothe, SINTEF)

09:20

Quantitative risk analysis for determining drilling windows (Eric Cayeux, Iris)

 09:45

Coffee break

   

Session 5: Aiding automatic and autonomous systems

Chair: Knut Steinar Bjørkevoll, SINTEF

10:15

Automation of operations and monitoring in the oil & gas industry (Peter Jenkins, 4subsea)

10:40

Data-driven methods in drilling automation (John-Morten Godhavn, Statoil)

11:05

Digitalisation in drilling fluid transport (Roar Nybø, SINTEF)

11:30

Lunch

   

Session 6: Machine learning in practice

Chair: Malin Torsæter

12:30

Can a computer learn to map reservoir architecture and quality by training on data? (Eirik Larsen, Earth Science Analytics AS)

12:55

Deep learning in geoscience (David Wade, Statoil)

13:20

Industry performance enhanced by hybrid modelling (Adil Rasheed, SINTEF)

 13:45

Time for a step change. Improved data quality and new interpretation techniques coupled with machine learning and it is here already (Jan Grimnes, Redback AS)

   

14:10

Concluding remarks

14:30

End of conference