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  1. 1. Sigve Hamilton AspelundPresident Aspelund Consulting Energy Offshore Development International & NationalCourses & EducationPhone: +92647129Mail: sigvehamiltonaspelund@gmail.comCourses:2013:Introduction to Subsea Technology - Connection SystemAutocad/TCETeamcenter: Review and approveIntroduction to subsea technology: Completion/ workoverIntroduction to subsea technology: System overview in productionSubsea technology: Production control systemsSubsea Technology: Processing IntroductionStandardization courseSubsea: Front End EngineeringSubsea technology: Introduction to MPSDocument review: Introduction to NDT & MRBCreate and maintain SAP project BOMSAP basic navigationField development: Subsea technology production systems2012:FMC technologies corporate compliance program & PLAN - Traincaster Tutorial for Eastern Region usersIntroduction to Subsea technology: Foundations & structures FMC technologies corporate compliance program Politics: HealthPolitics: Speech and debatePolitics: Samhandlingsreformen2011: Offshore safety course – Falck Nutec2011: Online QHSE courses:New Start – Care for Safety 2011-06-07New Start – Permit-To-Work 2011-06-07SOX Ethics course 2011-06-07Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH). 2011-06-15Use of High Pressure Spraying Equipment 2011-06-23Travel Regulations for Offshore Employees 2011-07-01Report of Equipment Failure-Damage exam 2011-07-04Permit-To-Work exam 2011-06-10Work Over Open Sea exam 2011-07-04Lifting Operations 2011-07-04Storage and Use of Radioactive Sources exam. 2011-07-01Yearly Program for Emergency drills exam 2011-07-04Lock-out/Tag-out Procedure exam 2011-07-01Installation/Removal of Blinds and Opening of Flanges exam. 2011-06-23Risk Acceptance Criteria exam. 2011-07-04Welding, Flame-cutting and other hot work onboard exam. 2011-06-23Notification, Reporting, Invest and Follow-up of UERs exam. 2011-06-15Electrical Isolation exam. 2011-06-23Working at Heights. 2011-07-01HSE Inspections onboard exam. 2011-07-04Training Procedure exam. 2011-07-04Election of Safety Delegates exam. 2011-07-04Ocean Rig Policies exam 2011-07-04Construction and Use of Scaffolding exam. 2011-07-04
  2. 2. Safety Alerts, Prod bull or Leg Upd exam. 2011-06-15Registration, Notification and Follow up of Work Related Illness exam. 2011-07-04Use of HSE Analysis exam. 2011-06-10Safety Introduction for Newly Arrivals onboard exam. 2011-06-10Handling of Hazardous Substances exam. 2011-06-15HSE Related meetings exam. 2011-06-15Emergency Preparedness Manual exam 2011-07-04Portable Electrical Equipment exam. 2011-07-04Safe Job Analysis and Risk Assessment exam. 2011-06-08Helicopter Operation exam. 2011-06-23Waste management exam. 2011-06-15Confined Space – Theory and Exam 2011-06-28Working at Heights & Fall Protection Equipment – theory and exam 2011-06-282011: Optimizing Risk Management Systems and Safety Culture2011: Best practices on the road to smart panel discussion2011: In the case for smarter oil & gas2011: Oil and Gas 2030 & Beyond2011: Integrated Operations & Maintenance: Step Change to Improve Productivity & Mitigate Operational Risk2011: Facebook Changes and Social Media Marketing2011: Get an Unfair Advantage! How to Predict the Future and Benefit from the Current Economic Situation2011: How to become a successful entrepreneur2010: The future of innovation – University of Stavanger2010: Seminar: People, Planet, Profit – University of Stavanger2010: The economy game – Skape2010: Business presentation strategy – Skape2010: Sales and service – Skape2010: Advanced business development course – Skape2009: HSE seminar: A safer working day – Bureau Veritas2009: Seminar: Bringing businesses from east and west together – Transeuropean centre2009: Introduction to business development – Skape2009: Networking – Skape2009: Political industry course – Sandnes2008: F.A.S.T. Fekete RTA – Stavanger2008: Oil Field Manager – Stavanger2008: PI process book & PI excel – Stavanger2007: Mbal, Prosper & GAP – Petroleumexperts, Edinburgh2007: Gas lift course – Schlumberger Aberdeen2007: PI process book – Stavanger2007: Offshore safety course – Falck Nutec2006: Water shut off – Randy Seright, SPE IOR06 Tulsa Oklahoma2005: Data engineer – Geoservices2005: HSE training course – Geoservices2005: Basic safety and emergency and evacuation course for Ula/Valhall – BP2004: Kick sheet – Geoservices2004: Secondary well control course – Geoservices2004: Primary well control course – Geoservices2004: Offshore work permit and safe job analysis course – Internet course2004: Helicopter evacuation and Statoil internal course – Nutec2003: Mud logging training course – Geoservices2003: Offshore safety course – Nutec2001: Presentation Technique – Os (Roxar)2001: RMS, reservoir modelling system, heterogeneity – Roxar2001: RMS, reservoir modelling system, simulation grid – Roxar2001: RMS, reservoir modelling system, streamlines – Roxar2001: RMS, reservoir modelling system, introduction – Roxar1998: Fiberoptics, computer network and telephone network – RSD
  3. 3. 1998: Electronics course – RSD1998: Excel spreadsheet – RSDUniversity of Stavanger 1997-2001+2003:Thesis: Lorenz equations: An introduction at level (2.1) 2001 Supervisor: Paul PapatzacosAbstract: objective of this thesis was to give an introduction to the chaotic dynamic system that Lorenz-equationsrepresent. First I gave an introduction to strange attractors followed by historical overview and how Lorenzdiscovered sensitivity to initial values. Details to strange attractors are studied before butterfly-effect is explained.Chapter 2: Important characteristics to the differential equations, where stability to the critical points are a centraltheme. Global theory is introduced and the Poincare-Bendixon theorem is involved to show the limitations to acontinuing dynamic system in two dimensions. Bifurcations are described at the end of the chapter. Chapter 3: Thecharacteristics sensitivity to initial values to a chaotic dynamical system is described. Lyapunov exponents that areused to measure dynamical systems sensitivity and the fractal dimension are involved. The definition of acontinuous dynamic dissipative system is studied and a chaotic path and a chaotic attractor are defined. Chapter 4:First a short introduction then important characteristics to Lorenz-equations. Stability analysis of the critical pointsis a central theme. The critical points are unstable for some values of the r-parameter. This lead to a system showextreme sensitivity to initial values. These characteristics are the definitions of a chaotic dynamic system and thereason for discarding a longtime forecast of the weather. The differential equations system as this thesis isimpossible to solve analytical, but it is possible to solve the system numerically. This solution is not exact, but thegeneral general appearance of the solution will not change significantly. At the end of the chapter an overview overLorenz equation are from conventions in the atmosphere followed by questions regarding the thesis. Chapter 5:Conclusion: In this thesis I have given an introduction to the chaotical dynamical system that the Lorenz equationsrepresent. I have studied stability to the critical points with variable r parameter with constant parameters σ and b.For some of the values of the r parameter the critical points are stable. I have shown that bifurcation implies unstablecritical points and is the most known property of this system. Instability to the critical points leads to sensitivityregarding to perturbations in the initial values. This is the most important property for the system and is the reasonfor being called chaotic. Lorenz concluded that a long term weather forecast was impossible.Subjects (Grades in parenthesis 1.0 is the best):Reservoir simulation 1 (3.1)Reservoir simulation 2 (Pass) (Eclipse)Reservoir geophysics and visualization (D)Well testing (3.7)Numerical mathematics (1.2)Thermodynamics (1.1)Physics laboratory (1.9)Chemistry and environment (3.4)Computer science (Pass)Well logging (3.5)Petroleum geology (2.0)Reservoir technology 1 (3.0)Drilling and well fluids (2.0)General chemistry (2.4)Oscillations and waves (3.8)Mathematics 5: complex analysis (1.6)Introduction to reservoir simulation (2.5)Mathematical modeling 1 (2.3)Chaotical dynamical systems (1.2)Fluid mechanics (2.0)Statistical physics (2.2)Petroleum physics (2.1)Numerical linear algebra (3.0)Numerical functional analysis (3.4)Mathematical modeling 2 (1.3)Material physics (2.2)
  4. 4. Experimental methods at laboratory (2.2)PVT analysis (3.3)Numerical treatment of differential equations (1.6)Stochastically modeling (2.7)Statistical physics 2 (1.9)Fluid dynamics (1.4)University of Bergen 1998Examen philosophicum (2.6)Norwegian University of Technical Science 1995-1997 (NTNU)General physics 1 (1.8)General physics 2 (1.7)Mechanics (2.0)Electricity and magnetism (2.7)Quantum physics and statistical physics (3.1)Introduction to analysis (2.0)Linear algebra (2.6)Multidimensional analysis (4.0)Differential analysis and Fourier analysis (1.3)Probability and statistics 1 (3.9)