1. R BY REGISTE BER TO 31ST OC IVE A E AND REC OUNT £300 DISC SMi present their 15th annual conference… E&P Information & Data Management Managing unstructured data for business intelligence and commercial opportunities Wednesday 6th & Thursday 7th February, 2013 Copthorne Tara Hotel, Kensington, London, UK KEY SPEAKERS INCLUDE: Jeanette Yuile Mario Marco Fiorani Head of Sub-Surface Data Management - Manager - TS Services for Exploration Europe and Subsidiaries Shell ENI - E&P Division Kishore Yedlapalli Malcolm Bryce Borthwick Global Data Quality Consultant Data & Information Manager Shell GDF SUEZ E&P James Whelan Jess Kozman Project Manager/Information Protection Regional Manager, E&P Applications - Advisor Information Management ExxonMobil Exploration Mubadala Petroleum David Lloyd Luis Manuel Mateos Gutiérrez Portfolio Manager IM Lead GDF SUEZ E&P Pemex E&P Flemming Rolle Tom Owen Manager, Information and Application Consultant Systems International Association of Oil & Gas Dong Producers KEY BENEFITS OF ATTENDING: • Utilise 3-D and 4-D seismic imaging for higher recovery rates • Increase operational efficiency through real-time data collection • Improve CAEX interpretation for more accurate well placement • Harness seismological and geological data from multiple sources to increase successful recovery • Extend the lives of oil and gas fields by achieving optimal recovery of oil-in-place • Mitigate risks, reduce costs and make more effective decisions with subsurface data PLUS THREE INTERACTIVE PRE–CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS Tuesday 5th February, 2013 Workshop A: Workshop B: Workshop C:Document Control for Oil and Gas How to Survive a Petrel Improving E&P Data Quality Nigel Loadman, Senior Information Implementation Paul Duller, IM Consultancy Services Management Advisor, Tribal Ed Evans, Chief Executive Officer, NDB Director, Tribal 8.30am - 12.40pm 8.30am - 12.40pm 1.30pm - 5.40pm Sponsored by: REGISTER ONLINE AT: www.eandpinfodatamanagement.co.ukAlternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711
2. E&P Information & Data ManagementDay One | Wednesday 6th February 2013 www.eandpinfodata8.30 Registration and Coffee 12.10 The rise of industrial big data • The challenges of harnessing of Industrial Big Data9.00 Chairmen’s Opening Remarks • What critical information companies can obtain by managing Industrial Femming Rolle, Manager Information and Application Systems, Dong Big Data E&P Norge • The benefits that solutions like advanced historians can offer enterprises, Robert Winsloe, President, Digital Earth such as the use of real-time and historical process data, to provide critical insights for faster operational decisions and continuous innovation Standards, Processes and Policy Developments Brian Courtney, General Manager, Operations Data Management, GE Intelligent Platforms9.10 OGP ‘P’ formats update 12.50 Networking Lunch OPENING ADDRESS • Reason for update • Formats updated 1.50 Geology to your desktop™ • Update process • Ways of communicating drill cuttings information to shore using WITSML • Summary major changes protocol - Record formatting • Using real time drill cuttings information for geo-steering, pore pressure - Time references monitoring and formation evaluation - Unit references • Using human beings to analyse drill cuttings - Coordinate reference systems Samit Sengupta, Managing Director, Geologix - Extensible fields - Quality measures The Future of E&P Data and Information Management Tom Owen, Consultant, International Association of Oil & Gas Producers (OGP) 2.30 Measuring information management value in an evolving organisation CASE STUDY • Using industry standard metrics to track business value9.50 Standards leadership council. Standards communities come • Identifying “quick win” implementations to align with together - but can they do this in harmony? corporate growth strategy • These societies all set exchange standards that are used in the • Balancing capability maturity against complexity upstream and midstream oil and gas sector. Some of these are • Moving from an evolved to an engineered information dedicated societies and some address a wider field. The Standards management culture Leadership Council has been formed to study the points at which Jess Kozman, Regional Manager, E&P Applications - Information Management, Mubadala Petroleum data and standards join. The initial aim of this group is to ensure that the various bodies are referring to the same external standard 3.10 Afternoon Tea to assist in improved integration of data and workflows. - Energistics 3.30 PEMEX E&P data management project - the present and coming CASE STUDY - MIMOSA future - The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) • Project organization - The OPC Foundation • Project architecture - OGP International Oil and Gas Producers Association • Project mechanism - PIDX International • Next steps - The Pipeline Open Data Standard Association (PODS) • Conclusion - POSC Caesar Association (PCA) Luis Manuel Mateos Gutiérrez, IM Lead, Pemex E&P - The Professional Petroleum Data Management Association (PPDM) - The Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) 4.10 The evolution of data management PANEL DISCUSSION Jill Lewis, Chair, Technical Standards Committee, SEG and MD Troika The oil industry and technologies have evolved over the past International decades. Applications are becoming increasingly user friendly, while geoscientists and engineers are being asked to evaluate10.30 Morning Coffee opportunities and make business decisions at ever increasing rates. Panellists will address topics affecting stakeholders including: Innovation, Big Data and Technology • How have our data challenges changed in terms of data volumes and quality? • Do these challenges dictate differing support models?10.50 Session details to be announced • Which works better - a centralised or distributed DM support A senior representative from Halliburton – Landmark Software & model? Services • How can we change business behaviors around data management? Jeanette Yuile, Head of Sub-Surface Data Management - Europe, Shell11.30 Data management and emergency response CASE STUDY James Whelan, Project Manager/Information Protection Advisor, • Trusted quality data management ExxonMobil Exploration Company • Sharing Shells Europe success story Femming Rolle, Manager Information and Application Systems, Dong • Leading the way- changing business attitudes to data E&P Norge management Robert Winsloe, President, Digital Earth Jeanette Yuile, Head of Sub-Surface Data Management - Europe, Shell 4.40 Chairmans Closing Remarks and Close of Day One Register online at www.eandpinfodatamanagement.co.uk • Alternatively fax your regis Delegate Geographical Breakdown 2012 PIE CHART HERE Want to know how you can get involved? Interested in promoting your energy services to this market? Contact Kiran Sharma, SMi Marketing on +44 (0) 20 7827 6050 or email email@example.com
3. amanagement.co.uk Day Two | Thursday 7th February 2013 8.30 Re-Registration and Coffee 12.10 Networking Lunch 9.00 Chairmans Opening Remarks Integration and Interoperability Robert Winsloe, President, Digital Earth Structured and Unstructured Data Management 1.40 Architectural Styles and Frameworks • How to architect integrated applications and data to serve the 9.10 Enterprise data quality: a holistic approach business needs? ADDRESS OPENING • Poor data quality can cost companies 15% to 25% • Case studies of successful architectural styles from other industries (or more) of their operating budget • Practical approaches to reduce these costs • Recommendations to implement comprehensive solutions within E&P • An enterprise-level holistic data quality program Majid Al Shehry, Application Architecture Specialist, Saudi Aramco • How to unlock extra hidden value by process data quality management 2.20 SSDQI: A successful DM project (but just the beginning!) CASE STUDY • How to build powerful and effective data quality dashboards Kishore Yedlapalli, Global Data Quality Consultant, Shell • How successful project management has delivered a valuable outcome 9.50 Standards collaboration in the upstream industry • How working with together the business has made this • Energistics are facilitating a series of data exchange standards a success development projects that cross oilfield business processes • How it has raised the profile of DM and its importance • Working towards a goal of seamless end-to-end data exchange between drilling, production and reservoir management; a • How this is only the start of a journey; more exciting completions data exchange object for drilling and production, a integration to come production reporting object between production and regulatory David Lloyd, Portfolio Manager & Malcolm Bryce Borthwick, and a Standards DevKit across WITSML, PRODML and RESQML to Data & Information Manager, GDF SUEZ E&P UK Ltd ease in adopting standards. • In addition, Energistics is one of the founding members of the Standards Leadership Council collaborating with ten other oil and 3.00 Afternoon Tea gas related standards bodies to avoid duplication of efforts and to develop joint standards in areas such as drilling automation, 3.20 Overview of geoscience data management within CASE STUDY seismic data velocities and units of measure. ExxonMobil Jerry Hubbard, President and CEO, Energistics • Vision - Establish an environment where geoscientists 10.30 Morning Coffee can easily preserve, find, reuse and enhance trusted data information and knowledge to produce quality resources 10.50 Accessing worldwide E&P data through a proprietary web GIS • Global standard environment application at Eni • Components of a successful data environment - people, • Accessing E&P data at Eni’s locations worldwide and at headquarters. technology and processes • The GIS application, also called Infoshop Maps, integrates • Projects in the business to improve both data quantity and quality cartographic data coming from cloud services with business • Projects in IT to provide tools enabling the people and processes intelligence and the enterprise search engine. James Whelan, Project Manager/Information Protection • InfoShop Maps enables a federated search by searching the Advisor, ExxonMobil Exploration Company enterprise geo-databases and various repositories storing data and documents. • End users are enabled to browse proprietary maps, maps on the 4.00 The business process efficiencies from the implementation cloud and retrieve all documents, physical data and information of eBusiness standards pertinent to the current area of interest that meets the specified • First an enterprise needs "e-enable" its own organisation keywords. and then its supply chain; what needs to happen internally • Infoshop Maps is now the sole point of access to corporate information and the enterprise GIS system within the E&P division. and externally, evaluating everyones capabilities. Mario Marco Fiorani, Manager - TS Services for Exploration and • The simple wins - reducing paper and avoiding double Subsidiaries, ENI - E&P Division entry of data Carlo Garbujo, IT Technical Project Leader, ENI – E&P Division • e-Enabling your supply chain is a natural evolution once 11.30 A case study on replacing Finder with a PPDM-based data internal systems and processes have been E-Enabled. CASE STUDY management solution The benefits • How to replace a Finder implementation with a PPDM • The goals - Spend analytics, business intelligence and based solution intelligent sourcing • Migrating well header data, digital logs, geological Dave Wallis, Executive Committee member and Chair information and legal location information • Major steps involved and final statistics of Marketing, PIDX International Brandon Schroeder, Director Data Management Product Marketing and Business Development, Neuralog 4.40 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Twostration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 • GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE Supported by
4. HALF-DAY PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS Tuesday 5th February, 2013 A: Document Control for Oil and Gas 8.30am - 12.40pmWorkshop Overview:This workshop introduces the fundamentals of document control good practice. After introducing the basic concept of Agenda:document control, the workshop develops the concepts, discusses the risks and issues, requirements for an effective 8.30 Registration and coffeesystem and ways to improve the current document control processes within your organisation. Delegates will also beintroduced to some of the wider issues that can impact the levels of success when operating document control systems 9.00 Introducing Document Controland approaches At the end of this workshop delegates will leave with a thorough introduction of the need and concepts of • Introducing the conceptsdocument control, how to create Document Control processes and make improvements. • Document management, records management and document controlAbout the workshop leader: • Why document control? Mr Nigel Loadman Any employee who would benefit from a greater • Risks and issues Nigel is a Senior Information Management understanding of the impact of document control, the • Case studies of poor document control Advisor at Tribal. His main area of interest, part they play in the existing document control process 10.00 What needs to be controlled focus and specialism throughout his career and the benefits of implementing effective document • Version control and document numbering has been the governance and control of control. • Impact of external authorities and regulations critical documents and records and has • Introduction to ISO 9001 quality systemwritten corporate strategies focussing on such diverse About The Tribal Group • Standards and deliverablesareas as Enterprise Content Management, Records The Tribal Group plc. is one of the UK’sManagement, Information Governance and Digital Asset leading information management 11.20 Coffee breakManagement. solutions companies. It employs over 11.40 Making Improvements 1500 staff and operates from a network of offices across • Getting help and guidanceWho should attend and why: the UK. Tribal have extensive experience of conducting • Putting together an improvement planAttendance at this workshop would be ideal for: international assessment and training programmes. In the • Why improvements failNew starters who need to gain a clear understanding of last 12 years Tribal has successfully completed over 1,000 • Managing progressthe need, benefits and method of Document Control information management-related projects, in over 20 • Establishing controlprocess and procedure. countries. • Sustaining controlMembers of project teams who require access to 12.40 End of workshopcontrolled documents. B: How to Survive a Petrel Implementation 8.30am - 12.40pmHow to Survive a Petrel Implementation... Agenda:- for those who have implemented or are thinking of implementing Petrel. 8.30 Registration and coffeePetrel is the lead application in the thoughts of subsurface geoscientists and engineers. Petrel is increasingly being 9.00 An Effective Software Portfolioconsidered as the ‘backbone’ or ‘platform’ around which a company’s technical systems environment is built. This interactive • Alignment with the businessworkshop examines what it takes to extract the business value from a highly technical software implementation. Though • Support, data framework and infrastructureimplementing Petrel is relatively straightforward, the value from the software implementation is only apparent when • Value of the software to the businesscustomers find and develop more hydrocarbons. There can be years between these two stages but, if the cycle is shortened,the value of the software and other support services increases. This workshop examines the challenge of how to get more 10.00 Examples from the Field – companies large and smallquickly to the value. • Resistance Petrel in the portfolio• How Petrel breaks all the rules • What are the things you should be doing and what • What to do with all the data?• How is technical software of value to the business should you stop doing to achieve a successful • Big-bang versus creeping implementation• How do you reduce the time it takes to deliver the value implementation? 11.20 Coffee breakAbout the workshop leader: 11.40 Faster to the Value … Richard Grant, Senior Consultant, NDB working closely with clients is mutually beneficial and the • Large-scale change – whilst picking seismic Partner best way to shape NDB’s offering. • Skills and competencies Richard is a Geologist who began his career • Measuring success in mining in Canada. He has wide experience About NDB 12.40 Summary and lessons learned of ‘earth sciences’ technology from this work As a software neutral services and in mining, environmental and GIS. An consultancy company, NDB isexperienced project manager and technology pleased to be considered a trustedimplementer, Richard is an expert in understanding how NDB’s commitment to excellence in subsurface systems partner by our clients in drivingsoftware supports the business process, the challenges of means we will continue finding innovative approaches to increasing value from petro-technicalintegrating software and plugs-ins and how software new challenges and will bring the best people available to systems and services. We offer:vendors’ licence their products. the delivery team. • Unique industry knowledge and insight • Credibility and capability based on successful delivery Ed Evans, Senior Consultant, CEO NDB has worked with BP, BG Group, Shell, Woodside, • Excellent working relationships with subsurface and IT With a background in Geology and IT systems Tullow Oil, Total E&P, ConocoPhillips, Cairn Energy, Hess, teams analysis Ed has been working in E&P IT Statoil, Nexen, PetroCanada, ADCO, Halliburton, ENI, • Flexibility and responsiveness in dealing with systems for more than 20 yrs. Ed is one of the Schlumberger amongst others. unstructured business problems founders of NDB, whose ethos is that C: Improving E&P Data Quality 1.30pm - 5.40pmWorkshop Overview: Agenda:This workshop provides a clear understanding of the nature, origin and quality of different types of data and the use of quality 1.30 Registration and coffeecontrol, quality assurance and audit procedures to ensure the correctness (or accuracy) of the data. It also demonstrates howthese elements can be brought together as the basis of a reliable 8 - point Action Plan and data quality strategy. 2.00 Introducing Data Quality This section provides an overview of the issues and challenges of managing data quality in the petroleum sectorTopics covered: About the workshop leader: • Introducing the concepts• Introduction to data quality Dr Paul Duller • Sources of error• Sources of error and integrity analysis Paul is the Consultancy Director for Tribal. • Risks and issues• Tracking and fixing data quality errors He is an international records management• Different approaches to data quality: specialist, a chartered scientist, Director and 3.00 Approaches to Data Quality The quality guru’s Previous past chairman of the UK This section introduces the main components and different• Metadata standards, case histories and new Information & Records Management Society, approaches to Data Quality technologies publishes extensively in the field of • Metadata standards• The 8 point action plan information, records and knowledge management and • Quality guru’s author of over 7 public information governance and records • Case historiesWho should attend and why: management training courses. • New technologiesThis workshop is intended for delegates with no 4.20 Coffee breakprevious knowledge of Data Quality and is designed to About The Tribal Groupprovide attendees with a clear understanding of the The Tribal Group plc. is one of the UK’s 4.40 Making Improvementsnature, origin and quality of different types of data and leading information management This section considers how to make improvements to datathe use of quality control, quality assurance and audit solutions companies. It employs over quality and discusses the techniques to address them. Keyprocedures to ensure the correctness (or accuracy) of 1500 staff and operates from a network of offices across topics include:the data. the UK. Tribal have extensive experience of conducting • Tracking and fixing data quality errors international assessment and training programmes. In the • The 8 point action plan last 12 years Tribal has successfully completed over 1,000 • Sustaining quality information management-related projects, in over 20 5.40 End of workshop countries.
5. Sponsored by GE Intelligent Platforms GE Intelligent Platforms is an experienced high-performance technology company and a global provider of software, control systems, services, and expertise in automation and embedded computing. We offer a unique foundation of agile, advanced and ultra-reliable technology to help businesses around the world optimize their operations. For more information, please visit: www.ge-ip.com/operations-data-management Geologix Geologix has served the international oil and gas exploration industry since its inception in 1994. Our small, globally-distributed team of geoscientists, engineers and software developers provide user-led, integrated software and services that include well log authoring, data management and real-time monitoring. For more information, please visit: www.geologix.com Halliburton –Landmark Software & Services For more than 25 years, Landmark has been providing solutions to E&P challenges through the continuous development and enhancement of our leading high-science software and technology services. Landmarks integrated software and services help the upstream oil and gas industry turn critical information into useful knowledge. With this knowledge, our clients can see further, deeper, more accurately and more comprehensively than ever, so they can make better decisions with less risk than ever. For more information, please visit: www.lgc.com Neuralog Neuralog, provides solutions for G&G data management, log & map digitizing, volumetric & reserves, cross section modeling, contour mapping, well log printing and scanning. NeuraDB is a PPDM based, master data management solution for well data, logs, maps, reports and seismic. NeuraDB is designed for structured and unstructured data and integrates with Esri’s ArcGIS to enable spatial data access. For more information, please visit: www.NeuraDB.com SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIESSMi offer sponsorship, exhibition, advertising and branding packages, uniquely tailored to complement your companys marketing strategy. Should you wish to join the increasing number of companies benefiting from promoting their businesses at our conferences please call: Jules Omura on +44 (0)20 7827 6018 or email firstname.lastname@example.org New for E&P Information and Data Management 2013: SMi Event Communities SMi Group is a global events business specialising in share, engage and network. The SMi Event business to business conferences, workshops and Communities will build and expand your masterclasses. experience beyond the conference, workshop or Masterclass you attend. Not just another "social We successfully create and run 250 events every network”, SMi’s Event Communities have been year across 6 sectors including Defence and specifically designed around the needs of our Security, Energy and Utilities, Finance and delegates, speakers and sponsors, allowing all of Pharmaceuticals. We believe in bringing together our clients to foster longer term relationships the most knowledgeable experts from across the with all of the other attendees beyond the three globe in each sector to learn, engage, share and day event for year round engagement. network be it in London, Paris or Singapore. To take part all you need to do is register for this To further enhance the SMi experience, we have event. launched our very own SMi Event Communities. These will be exclusive, private and secure SMi Group Communities communities in which our clients will learn, Learn Engage Share Network
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