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The Oil & Gas Technology Forum Drilling Day event, located in London, will provide a platform for you to hear brand new caste studies on how the oil industry can work together to enhance profits, learn valuable strategies from top-level speakers on maximising resources as well as unlimited access to network with peers and leading experts.
Network and listen to leading experts such as Tue Hassenkam, Associate Professor, NanoGeoScience, UNIVERSITY OF COPHENHAGEN, John Corben, Senior Technical Advisor, IEA, Giovanni Botto, R&D Manager Drilling, ENI SPA and more!
Make sure you register now – the first 5 registrations get automatic places at the invite-only Oil & Gas Technology Forum on 26th & 27th March
The Oil & Gas
25 March 2010, London, UK
Maximise Resources and Minimise Risk In Your Drilling Operations Through
Eﬀective Use Of Cutting-Edge Technology and Industry Best Practice Processes
GREAT REASONS TO ATTEND THE OGTF KEYNOTE SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
DRILLING DAY: ■ Giovanni Botto, R&D Manager
■ Brand new case studies! Hear from your peers about the solutions Drilling, ENI SPA
they’ve implemented to overcome the challenges you face. Get ■ Peter Aird, Advanced Senior
exclusive and unique insight into your competitors’ strategies Drilling Engineer, MARATHON OIL
■ Top-level speakers. We’ve combined insight from big operators with ■ Brett McKintyre, Drilling Manager,
experience from innovative independents to ensure you get a full APACHE NORTH SEA
picture of drilling technology being used today ■ Tue Hassenkam, Associate
■ Unrivalled networking. With a speed networking session to get you Professor, NanoGeoScience,
started, you’ll have the chance to speak to over 40 of your peers UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN
throughout the day, increasing your industry network and giving you
a chance to get deeper into the issues concerning you day to day
Networking at the OGTF Drilling Day
● Take part in speed networking – a great chance to meet up to 30 of your
peers in 60 minutes. Remember to bring plenty of business cards!
● With so many drilling experts in the room, make the most of lunch and co ee
breaks to make new contacts and catch up with old friends!
● Join the panel discussions or catch our speakers after their sessions to put
your questions to them directly and get the answers you need.
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Shell on the importance of integrating technology
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Agenda - Thursday 25 March 2010
8.15 Registration 12.15 Lunch
8.45 Chairman's opening remarks
13.15 Speed Networking – meet with up to 30 of your peers in
an hour during this highly eﬀective networking session!
9.00 World Energy Outlook: Trends and Developments
within the industry in the coming years
● Trends in supply and demand – what can we expect?
14.15 Examining the growing use of ERD and identifying the
● Implications of climate change policies most relevant circumstances for maximum beneﬁt
● Investments and market uncertainty ● Highlighting the drivers for the increase in ERD usage
● The role of technology in driving industry change ● Geosteering – ensuring thorough design and preparation for
John Corben, Senior Technical Advisor, IEA successful drilling
● Utilising casing ﬂotation to aid drilling capacity
9.30 Probing the intrinsically oil-wet surfaces of pores in ● Allocating the best internal resource to the project through
North Sea chalk at sub-pore resolution cross-functional team development
● Examining the eﬀects of chalk reservoir pore surface properties Brett McKintyre, Drilling Manager, APACHE NORTH SEA
on oil recovery
● Wettability – how do deﬁnitions change when particle size is
14.45 Reducing the costs of your operations – optimising
reduced your processes to reduce non-drilling time
● Understanding surface wetting at the pore scale, to provide ● Reducing time spent on non-drilling functions through
clues for more eﬀective oil recovery streamlined processes and eﬀective use of KPIs
● Investigating the variance in wettability and elasticity across ● Identifying new technologies to mitigate the eﬀect of
single particles and the impact on extraction metrological and environmental events on your operations
Tue Hassenkam, Associate Professor, NanoGeoScience, ● Sourcing ﬁt for purpose equipment for specialist operations to
UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN ensure minimal interruptions to the drilling process
● Bringing internal teams and external partners into line with your
10.15 Examining the challenges faced in horizontal objectives and setting clear targets for success
drilling and uncovering key solutions put in place to Peter Aird, Advanced Senior Drilling Engineer, MARATHON OIL
overcome them 15.15 Break
● Applications in depleted reservoirs: gauging the long-term
beneﬁts 15.45 Panel Discussion: Maximising opportunities – how
● Assessing the accessibility of a site and risk vs cost trade-oﬀ
the oil industry can work together to enhance proﬁts
● Overcoming the hole cleaning and maintenance issues caused
by directional drilling and cut costs
● Developing casing designs to mitigate torque and drag ● Pinpointing the key areas where opportunities for growth are
limitations currently missed
Speaker TBC ● Identifying the key roadblocks that stop new ideas and
developments coming forward
10.45 Break ● How ready is the sector for change? Discussing the drivers
which will produce results
11.15 Ensuring successful HPHT well delivery through best ● Highlighting the organisations which have been most receptive
practice project management to change and the beneﬁts they have seen from this
● Sourcing the right partners and service providers to fulﬁl your Moderator: Chairman
project objectives Speakers include: Peter Aird, Advanced Senior Drilling Engineer,
● Setting targets and getting internal buy in for project-speciﬁc Marathon Oil and Giovanni Botto, R&D Manager Drilling, ENI SPA
● Reaching agreements on QA/QC controls and maintaining open
lines of communication across the team
16.45 End of Drilling Day
● Building contingency plans and integrating ﬂexibility into your
plans to ensure minimal disturbance to timelines
Senior Speaker TBC
11.45 Eni case study: Overcoming challenges in drilling
and completion through technological and strategic
● Managed pressure drilling: ensuring success in HPHT
● Reviewing casing design to adapt to high pressure and
extended reach environments
● Utilising smart wells and intelligent completions to cut time and
● Minimising risk and expenditure in deep water operations
Giovanni Botto, R&D Manager Drilling, ENI SPA
Thursday 25 March 2010
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