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Abb final presentation 13.12.13

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Systems Oriented Design project with ABB. Master project 2013 from the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. Students: Amra Osmanovik, Hilde Dybdahl Johannesen.

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Abb final presentation 13.12.13

  1. 1. C U S T O M E R C O N N E C T I O N
  2. 2. INITIAL RESEARCH STAVANGER CONCEPT ASSESSMENT PROBLEM DEFINITION
  3. 3. BACKGROUND
  4. 4. INTEGRATED OPERATIONS
  5. 5. THE RIGHT INFORMATION
  6. 6. THE RIGHT PEOPLE
  7. 7. THE RIGHT TIME
  8. 8. NEED FOR OPTIMIZATION
  9. 9. INITIAL RESEARCH
  10. 10. RESERVOIR EXTRACTION THROUGH PIPES SEPARATION TRANSPORT PRODUCTION PROCESS
  11. 11. RESERVOIR EXTRACTION THROUGH PIPES SEPARATION TRANSPORT PRODUCTION PROCESS
  12. 12. RESERVOIR EXTRACTION THROUGH PIPES SEPARATION TRANSPORT PRODUCTION PROCESS
  13. 13. RESERVOIR EXTRACTION THROUGH PIPES SEPARATION TRANSPORT PRODUCTION PROCESS
  14. 14. RESERVOIR THROUGH PIPES TRANSPORT PRODUCTION PROCESS EXTRACTION SEPARATION
  15. 15. ONSHORE VS OFFSHORE
  16. 16. PRODUCTION VS MAINTENANCE
  17. 17. EXTREME EXPERTISE
  18. 18. IO AT ABB
  19. 19. STAVANGER
  20. 20. WHAT WE THOUGHT...
  21. 21. SUBSEA SUPPORT CENTRE
  22. 22. CONTRADICTING INCENTIVES
  23. 23. SUBOPTIMIZATION
  24. 24. PERSONAL VS COMPANY GOALS
  25. 25. LACK OF DATA INTEGRATION
  26. 26. UPTIME
  27. 27. UPTIME DOWNTIME = 25 MILL NOK
  28. 28. PAIN-POINTS
  29. 29. PROBLEM DEFINITION OPTIMIZATION INTERDEPENDENT FRAGMENTED NO HOLISTIC VIEW
  30. 30. PROBLEM DEFINITION SUPPLIERS FOCUS ON THEIR AREAS.
  31. 31. THE CUSTOMER ISN’T INTERESTED IN THE IDEAL SEPARATION PROCESS.
  32. 32. THE CUSTOMER IS INTERESTED IN THE BOTTOM LINE. THE SUM OF ALL THE DIFFERENT PARTS.
  33. 33. CREATE AN INTERACTIVE TOOL THAT VISUALIZES THE LARGER SYSTEM THAT THE CUSTOMER OPERATES IN.
  34. 34. INTERACTIVE TOOL CONTENT PROCESSES SEPARATION
  35. 35. INTERACTIVE TOOL CONTENT FACTOR SOLIDS
  36. 36. INTERACTIVE TOOL CONTENT SUB-GOAL REACH TARGET PRODUCTION RATE
  37. 37. INFORMATION COLLECTION
  38. 38. Matrix flow optimization factors activities ReservoirPressure Reservoir size? Topography Reservoirdepth Gas/oil/waterratio Permeability Petroleum distribution Reservoir maturity/depletion Seatemperature Climate Weather Solids Salinity Facilitydesign Pipelinelength Pipelinewidth Pipelineinsulation Inhibitors Chemicals Pipelinetemp. Pipelinepressure Specificgravity Downholepressure Flow(velocity) Slugging Hydrateformation Clogging(wax) Oscillations Corrosion Erosion Blowouts Unplanned shutdowns Flaring Pigging Intervalsbetween Pigging Humanfactors Sizeofequipment Topsidecapacity Targetprod.rates Totaloilrecovery Regulations Environmental footprint Amountofwellson subseatemplate Separationtime Reservoir Pressure Reservoir size? Topography Reservoir depth Gas/oil/water ratio Permeability Petroleum distribution Reservoir maturity/depletion Sea temperature Climate Weather Solids Salinity Facility design Pipeline length Pipeline width Pipeline insulation Inhibitors Chemicals Pipeline temp. Pipeline pressure Specific gravity Downhole pressure Flow (velocity) Slugging Hydrate formation Clogging (wax) Oscillations Corrosion Erosion Blow outs Unplanned shutdowns Flaring Pigging Intervals between Pigging Human factors Size of equipment Topside capacity Target prod. rates Total oil recovery 1st degree Wellfluids Well fluids Existing infrastructure Productionrate Production rate effected by 2nd degree INFORMATION STRUCTURE
  39. 39. INFORMATION STRUCTURE
  40. 40. “It’s strange that the operators only optimize production at the end of the fields lifetime.” USER
  41. 41. BASIC FUNCTIONALITY
  42. 42. CHAMPION IMPLEMENTATION GROUP EXPERT PROCESS EXPERT PETROCHEMICALS EXPERT OPERATOR (Necessary to promote tool internally) Responsible for implementation IMPLEMENTATION MACRO
  43. 43. PRODUCTION PHASE Title Description Processes Choke regulation Separation process Pigging the pipeline Controller tuning of process 1st relations IMPLEMENTATION MICRO
  44. 44. CONCEPT ASSESSMENT SURFACE PROBLEMS STRUCTURES & PATTERNS INWARD FOCUS
  45. 45. “Complex organizations develop complex problems, problems that might involve values, interpretations, culture clashes, roles, rules, confusing tools and even unspoken habits. These problems are often undefined or under- defined. Although everyone seems to have an opinion about how to fix them, no one seems to be able to get the big picture.” - Clay Spinuzzi
  46. 46. C U S T O M E R C O N N E C T I O N

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