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Creating an efficient value chain in brasil

  1. 1. Rio Oil and Gas 2010 Johan Kr Mikkelsen, Peregrino Production Director, Statoil Brasil Raul Portella, Logistics Manager, Statoil Brasil Morten Meinich, Head of Marine Operations , Statoil Sjur W. Knudsen, Managing Director, NOFO September 15th, 2010. 1- Creating an efficient value chain in Brazil Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  2. 2. Outline STATOIL AND STATOIL BRASIL STATOIL AND STATOIL BRASIL KEY LEARNINGS FROM NORWEGIAN CONTINENTAL SHELF KEY LEARNINGS FROM NORWEGIAN CONTINENTAL SHELF OIL SPILL RESPONSE IN NORWAY OIL SPILL RESPONSE IN NORWAY STATOIL SUPPLY CHAIN IN BRAZIL STATOIL SUPPLY CHAIN IN BRAZIL FUTURE COOPERATION IN BRAZIL FUTURE COOPERATION IN BRAZIL 2- Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  3. 3. From Norway to the international scene… …1974 Statfjord Gullfaks/ Oseberg Angola Troll Lufeng 2010 → Grane Ormen Lange Peregrino Marcellus Arctic 3- Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  4. 4. A firm growth strategy Harsh environments Deep water Heavy oil Gas value chains 4- Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  5. 5. Statoil Brazil • Offices in Rio de Janeiro and Niterói with 200 employees • More than 400 offshore contractors (Peregrino) • Operator for the Peregrino Field in the Campos Basin • Diverse exploration portfolio 6- Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  6. 6. Statoil Brazil portfolio BM-CAL-10 Statoil (Op) 60% Petrobras 40% Camamu- Almada BM-CAL-7 Petrobras (Op) 60% Statoil 40% BM-CAL-8 Statoil (Op) 100% Jequitinhonha BM-J-3 Petrobras (Op) 60% Statoil 40% Espirito- BM-C-33 Repsol (Op) 35% Santo Statoil 35% BM-C-7 Peregrino Statoil (OP) 100% Petrobras 30% BM-ES-32 Petrobras (Op) BM-C-47 Statoil (Op) 100% Rio de 60% Statoil 40% Janeiro SM-1233 Statoil (Op) 40% Petrobras 30% Repsol 30% Campos SM-1109 Petrobras (Op) 40% Statoil 30% Repsol 30% BM-ES-29 Statoil operator Repsol (Op) 40% Statoil 30% Statoil partner Santos Ecopetrol 30% SM–1105 Repsol (Op) 40% Statoil 30% Petrobras 30% Bids won in 8th Round 7- Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  7. 7. Peregrino oil field offshore Brazil • First operatorship in the country and the largest outside the Norwegian Continental Shelf • World class asset with about 2.5 billion barrels of oil in place • First oil expected early 2011. Peak production of 100,000 bpd 8- Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  8. 8. Exploration and production Norway Operates about 40 fields and more than 3 Snøhvit Hammerfest million barrels per day Operations Equity production 2008: 1461 thousand b/d North Harstad • 18 floating rigs Norne • 50 vessels Heidrun Sandnessjøen Åsgard Operations Brønnøysund • 22 helicopters West Kristin Njord • 7 onshore supply bases Stjørdal Statfjord • 6 helicopter bases Oseberg Gullfaks Kristiansund Snorre • 7,900 own employees Florø Troll Bergen/Mongstad • 5,000 offshore beds Operations Kvitebjørn North Sea Visund Grane Stavanger Sleipner Volve Draupner Glitne Marginale 9- Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  9. 9. Norwegian Continental Shelf – Strong Competition 10 - Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  10. 10. HSE focus areas in logistics operations • Air safety • Collision between vessel and facility • Packing and securing of cargo • Loading and unloading operations • Deck operations during anchor handling and supply • Interaction with the supplier • Interaction between installation and vessel − Dropped objects − Discharges/emissions − Inadequate declaration 11 - Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  11. 11. Statoil Marine • World’s largest private maritime traffic central • Single point of contact for vessels and co-ordinating all Statoil vessels 24/7 • Working closely with installations, bases and vessels to optimise vessels resources 12 - Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  12. 12. Green logistics • Energy efficiency improvement of daily operations − Continuous optimisation of vessel and helicopter schedule − Environmental criterion in connection with vessel allocation − Environmental vessels − Reduced use of stand-by vessels due to monitoring from land • Energy and environmental optimisation in all deliveries 13 - Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  13. 13. Key learnings from the Norwegian Continental Shelf • Establish work processes and arenas that integrate the suppliers, the logistics organisation and the end users • Keep supplier costs down by tight follow-up and planning ahead • Monitor the effectiveness of the entire supply chain by use of KPIs and metrics • Prioritise optimal utilisation of cost driving logistical assets, i.e. vessels and helicopters through: − Sharing of common resources − Scheduling based on route simulation models − Management based on real time information and clear lines of responsibility 14 - Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  14. 14. Norwegian Regulations • According to Norwegian Law, any industry with a potential for polluting the environment must have emergency preparedness proportional to the probability and consequence of the event, with consent from the authorities. • For field developments, required studies include: • Environmental Impact Assessment; • Production and Development Plan; • Emergency Preparedness Plan; • Discharge Permit. • For exploration drilling, operators must submit consent applications, including: • Environmental Risk Analysis; • Oil Spill Contingency Analysis; • Oil Spill Response Plan; • Discharge Permit. 15 - Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  15. 15. Emergency Preparedness • 2nd line emergency response organisation for EPN operational activities on the NCS. • Action management, oil spill protection, on the NCS • Emergency response exercises for EPN 16 - Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  16. 16. The Norwegian Model Co-operation between the players Private Government Municipal 17 - Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  17. 17. NOFO - Cooperation making strong! 18 - Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  18. 18. 19 - Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  19. 19. Extensive annual exercises and courses • 50 standard exercises using NOFO equipment and OR vessels / towing boats • Approx. 10 verifications of new OR vessels • 5 -10 exercises related to emergency preparedness / exploration drilling • 5-10 table-top exercises with operating companies • Participation in 5-10 emergency preparedness exercises with operating company • 5-10 table-top exercises with Norwegian Coastal Administration/IUA • 2-4 full-scale exercises according to NOFO’s co-operation concept • One oil-on-water exercise • 30 different NOFO courses • 5-10 sessions with emergency preparedness groups • Real spill operations • 1 co-ordination exercise with the Norwegian Coastal Administration • Weekly in-house exercises / training 20 - Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  20. 20. Key learning's from Oil Spill Response on NCS • Effective oil spill prevention and recovery plans based on multi barrier principle. • Common resource pool with standardized operational procedures is cost effective. • Rational division of responsibility - the operating oil company has the overall responsibility for combating an oil spill while NOFO is responsible for the tactical and operational command of the oil spill response resources. • Continuous training - extensive annual exercises and courses is a must to be prepared. • Focus on technology development and Oil- On-Water Exercises to test new technical solutions is decisive for technical improvements. 21 - Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  21. 21. Main contractors in the operating phase FPSO 22 - Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  22. 22. Macaé Morning Call Brasco Shore Base Brasco pipe yard Heliport Ma caé airp ) 2 Helicopters km Niteroi ort (12 Rio de Janeiro 0 Bras co s hore b km) ase (20 0 4 x Supply vessels Peregrino Field 23 - Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  23. 23. Logistics - Modern fleet 24 - Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  24. 24. Operation and drilling committees Peregrino Production Operations Committee Peregrino Production Drilling Committee Performance evaluation of contractors Supplier’s evaluation of Peregrino organisation 25 - Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  25. 25. Statoil Brasil's Evaluation of Key Operations Supplier’s Key Operations Suppliers Evaluation of Statoil Brasil 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Very Poor Needs improvement Average Strong performer Excellent 26 - Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  26. 26. Cooperation - Areas for improvement Sharing of: • Oil Spill Response infrastructure among operators in close vicinity; • Marine vessels, particularly during production phase; • Helicopter seats; • Search and Rescue (SAR) infrastructure; STATOIL BRASIL INVITES • Road transport through loads consolidation FOR INCREASED COOPERATION ! from Macaé to shared supply bases. 27 - Classification: Internal 2010-09-14
  27. 27. Visit www.statoil.com/riooil2010 and stay up to date with Statoil’s activities, presentations, vacant positions and more. 28 - Classification: Internal 2010-09-14

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