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2nd Offshore Production Optimisation Conference, Europe

Conference Objective:

Find collaborative solutions to enhance production, improve recovery and reduce downtime

Conference Content:

- Production Efficiency: Review the collaborative approaches being driven forward by industry that will help to enhance offshore operations and minimise production losses
- Optimising Production and Improving Recovery: Learn about the latest improved oil recovery techniques being implemented and how they will help maximise recovery and enhance production
- Operational Excellence: Hear the key methodologies that offshore operators are using to transform current operational strategies by ensuring continuous improvements across their assets
- Marginal Field Developments: See how operators are delivering economic marginal field developments during low oil prices so you can benefit from their experience
- Technology Update: Examine the latest solutions available including modelling, production data management, monitoring and predictive maintenance to minimise downtime and maximise economic recovery

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2nd Offshore Production Optimisation Conference, Europe

  1. 1. Conference Content: • Production Efficiency: Review the collaborative approaches being driven forward by industry that will help to enhance offshore operations and minimise production losses • Optimising Production and Improving Recovery: Learn about the latest improved oil recovery techniques being implemented and how they will help maximise recovery and enhance production • Operational Excellence: Hear the key methodologies that offshore operators are using to transform current operational strategies by ensuring continuous improvements across their assets • Marginal Field Developments: See how operators are delivering economic marginal field developments during low oil prices so you can benefit from their experience • Technology Update: Examine the latest solutions available to including modelling, production data management, monitoring and predictive maintenance to minimise downtime and maximise economic recovery Speakers include: TO REGISTER NOW CLICK HERE Conference Objective: Find collaborative solutions to enhance production,improve recovery and reduce downtime “Good agenda relevant to my own work life and my company in maximising oil production. Speakers had stories which were practically applicable and to the point” Dennis Johnston, Production Engineer, CNOOC Nexen ADDITIONALBREAKOUTWORKSHOPSINCLUDE E&P Companies Include ----------------------------------------------------------- Industry Bodies and Non-Profit Organisations -------------------------- Key Production Experts Include ------------------------------------------------ Workshop Moderators Include ------------------------------------------------- SILVER SPONSOR CONFERENCE PARTNER WHAT’S NEW IN ARTIFICIAL LIFT DESIGN, DIAGNOSTICS, REPAIR AND RETROFIT: Review recent advances and options for artificial lift to improve your current approaches COLLABORATING FOR SUCCESS: Learn how to assemble high performance collaborative teams to help to build a successful future for the UKCS “Conference and topics of a very good quality” Luc Charrier, Petroleum Engineer, Maersk Oil Conference Partner: December 2-3 Aberdeen – Hilton Treetops Hotel Previous OPO Conference Testimonial: Silver Sponsor:
  2. 2. EXPERT OPERATOR PERSPECTIVES David Mennie, Plant Optimisation Team Lead, CNOOC Nexen Petroleum Alv Bjørn Solheim, Technical Director and Deputy Managing Director, Wintershall Ricardo Melo, Global Production Enhancement Advisor, Repsol Pablo Medina, Production Engineer, Repsol Jim Goldie, Joint Venture Lead, TAQA Bratani Amr Zahran, Production Optimization Team Leader, OMV Petrom Andrew Hyde, Production Engineer, DEA UK YOUR EXPERT SPEAKERS TO REGISTER NOW CLICK HERE Offshore Network has assembled the very best speakers to help solve your most pressing production challenges. KEY CONTRACTORS AND TECHNOLOGY PROVIDERS Amir Hermes, WL Operations Manager – UKG, Schlumberger Willie MacInnes, Operations Consultant, ADIL Matthew Audley, Senior Consultant, DNV GL Michael Byrne, Global Technical Head, Formation Damage, LR Senergy Dan Cole, Senior Expert, McKinsey & Co Manuel Maldonado, Independent Consultant INDEPENDENT CONSULTANT Paul Hazel, Corporate VP Well Completions, Welltec SPEAKING OPPORTUNITIES If your company has a specific story to share or new information that is critical to the production optimisation space then the Offshore Production Optimisation Conference is the perfect place to share it! If you would like to discuss the possibility of addressing senior level production decision makers contact Everad MacIndoe on the below details today! Everad MacIndoe Commercial Director Offshore Network emacindoe@offsnet.com +44 (0) 203 773 8294 Just look at some of the experts you will hear from… INDUSTRYBODIESANDNON-PROFIT ORGANISATIONS Keith Mackie, Operations Director, ITF Craig O’Brien, Technology Analyst, ITF Jordy de Boer, Technical Consultant Production Optimisation, TNO WORKSHOPCOORDINATORS Cameron Laing, Owner, Laing Engineering & Training Services Paul Williams, Managing Director, WCG Hear from speakers including Repsol, TAQA, Wintershall, CNOOC Nexen, OMV Petrom and DEA to take away information critical to your future production work. What previous OPO attendees said: “Good diverse selection of presentations and speakers” Mark Bamber, Production Engineer, OMV “Very informative and educational” Frank Wong, General Manager, EverSea “An interesting mix of presentations and delegates” Graeme Orr, Sales Manager, Veolia “Very professionally staged, highly informative” Austen Adams, Managing Director, Maloney Metalcraft
  3. 3. Dean Murphy Director | Offshore Network +44 (0) 203 468 9461 dmurphy@offsnet.com A LETTER FROM THE CONFERENCE DIRECTOR TO REGISTER NOW CLICK HERE At a time of low oil prices, industry is now faced with even bigger challenges when looking to improve production rates and maximising hydrocarbon recovery whilst ensuring operations remain financially viable. 2015 is expected to see the first annual increase in production on the UKCS in 15 years so it’s clear that efforts being made by industry to improve approaches are working but there’s still much more to be done. While production efficiency has increased by 5 per cent since 2013, further gains can be made by sharing examples of good practice. Due to the current dip in oil prices, many capital intensive projects across Europe have been halted and oil companies are curbing spending on operational expenditure. A larger focus is now being placed on the management of production operations and to see where operators can cut costs without compromising safety. As production revenues fall, companies will continue to look for ways to reduce OPEX and CAPEX spending. While the industry is tackling challenges on a number of fronts including rising costs, low oil prices and a plateau in production, there is little doubt that significant reserves of up to 23 billion barrels of oil and gas equivalent remain to be extracted from the UKCS. The objective of the 2nd Offshore Production Optimisation Conference (OPO 2015), is to bring together executive level decision makers, subject matter experts and senior production, operations and reservoir managers to address the knowledge gaps associated with optimising and enhancing production across Europe. The conference will help industry to find collaborative solutions to enhance production, improve recovery and reduce downtime during offshore operations. On December 2nd – 3rd in Aberdeen, you will access: • 150+ leading industry figures will gather for two days of presentations • Panel discussions and networking to share original content and experience • 25+ expert speakers sharing analysis, case studies and lessons learned Whatever your production priorities are for this year, OPO 2015 will provide you with the required business critical information, vital networking opportunities and best practice approaches that will secure your future in the North Sea market. I’ll look forward to seeing you in Aberdeen. The Origin of OPO 2015 After a successful meeting in 2014, the interest from industry to run OPO as an annual event was high. OPO 2015 was developed over a 12 week research program consisting of in-depth primary discussion with 45+ leading industry figures. Below is an overview of some of the organisations that we spoke with in order to ensure that this year’s programme covers the most relevant topics: “Good conference to learn about the issues oil companies are struggling with in the late lifecycle of the wells / field” Morten Kvernvold, CEO, Scanwell Previous OPO Conference Testimonial: Regulators and Industry Bodies Bergen University Health & Safety Laboratory ITF OEM’s & Contractors ADIL Emerson Process Management Halliburton LR Senergy PEAK Global Consultancy Schlumberger Weatherford WGPSN Oil and Gas Operators BG Group BP Centrica Energy CNOOC Nexen Petroleum CNR International DONG Energy Eni EnQuest Maersk Oil OMV Petrom Repsol Wintershall
  4. 4. 17% C-Level 26% Business Development 13% Project Management & Operations 25% Production & Reservoir 9% Technology Specialist 4% Marketing and Communications 6% Other SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION If your company is looking to develop business, launch a new product or simply reinforce your market position in the production sector – then OPO 2015 is the only conference you need to dedicate time and resources to in 2015. Here’s why: • OPO is focussed specifically on enhancing and optimising production in Europe. All attendees work within this discipline and in this geographic location. It is a highly targeted environment where you can develop your network of senior production professionals • OPO is an operator led conference. We’ll deliver 30% + attendance from operator companies, meaning you’ll have more conversations with potential new clients here than at any other forum • OPO is a premium conference tailored for a specific market. All our attendees are therefore qualified and interested in your services. Every conversation is high value and you’ll achieve more in two days at this conference than through any other business development activity If you are looking to grow your business, Offshore Network will work with you directly in order to ensure you meet the most influential stakeholders in the space. What We Can Do For Your Company Offshore Network prides itself on the highest levels of service to our sponsors with ongoing support and contact to ensure you get the most value possible from your engagement. This starts with a detailed fact finding conversation to understand your objectives for the conference - we don’t work from a set of fixed packages – we build a bespoke engagement that meets your aims and budget. Through this, we can help you achieve: BRAND EXPOSURE: we can position your brand as a leading well control service provider through our website, social media groups, conference brochure and onsite at OPO 2015, giving you unprecedented levels of exposure in front of thousands of potential clients. THOUGHT LEADERSHIP: If you have an innovative story to tell, a unique service or ground breaking technology, share it as a speaker at the conference through a presentation or workshop and access a targeted and interested group of qualified leads – all of whom are senior level decision makers from your target audience. TECHNOLOGY SHOWCASE HALL: As one of an exclusive number of exhibitors - you’ll give prospects a physical location to meet you, find out about your services and leave having met a member of your sales team with information to follow up on. We can also develop a bespoke agreement for you. So whatever your need, we know how to unlock access to your future clients decision makers. Everad MacIndoe Commercial Director – Offshore Network emacindoe@offsnet.com +44 (0) 203 773 8294TO REGISTER NOW CLICK HERE NETWORKING AT OPO 2015 Major, National Independent Operators Well Servicing Companies Original Equipment Manufacturers Other Contractors Service Providers Government Bodies Associations 30% 25% 20% 20% 5% “The conference offered good opportunities and atmosphere for networking” Kenny Krogh Nielsen, Team Technology Leader, Lloyd’s Register Consulting JobFunction Please see below a breakdown of the job functions that attended the conference last year to understand who will be in attendance at OPO 2015: CompanyTypes The types of companies you can expect to meet and do business with at OPO 2015 are represented below: 17+27+13+24+10+3+6+IPrevious OPO Conference Testimonial:
  5. 5. AGENDA SECTION 1: PRODUCTION MARKET UPDATE Wintershall: Approaches to Marginal Projects in a Low Oil Price Environment • Understand Wintershall’s late life projects and the challenges that they have overcome during a time of low oil prices and how you can implement a similar strategy • Listen to Wintershall’s vigilant approach to planning and proper studies that are essential before investing into capital intensive projects • Examine how the supply chain have a part to play in helping industry to lower production costs and the needs that Wintershall have for their upcoming projects to best position your company Alv Bjørn Solheim, Technical Director and Deputy Managing Director, WINTERSHALL Operational Gas Group: Collaborative Approaches • Hear how TAQA and their partners worked together to create a commercial collaborative group to reduce costs and secure fuel gas to help maximise economic recovery • Review the commercial model and plan that was put in place to deliver reliable and consistent operational gas to ensure production efficiency • Assess the recent developments in the Operational Gas Group and how creating hubs between operators can help to secure a long- term future for the North Sea Jim Goldie, Joint Venture Lead, TAQA Building a Production Loss Reporting Strategy • See how DEA UK took a holistic approach when building their loss reporting strategy from a blank canvas to a working solution and how your company could benefit from a similar approach • Hear how a focus on value adding activities and minimising additional work load was a focus for DEA UK and how they managed to ensure the project progressed quickly with limited resources • Understand how DEA UK’s new processes add value to their business through a number of key examples that could assist your production optimisation strategy Andrew Hyde, Production Engineer, DEA UK Maintenance Strategies to Improve Production • Learn about the ways that industry can develop maintenance strategy in the North Sea and how a more proactive approach can drive production efficiencies • Understand how a more pre-emptive approach to maintenance will help industry to reduce OPEX and increase recovery in the long-term • Hear why industry should focus more on production losses to help assess whether the most effective maintenance is being undertaken in order to reduce planned and unplanned shutdowns Management of Turnarounds • Delve into the challenges surrounding turnarounds (TARs) and what industry can do in order to tackle these • Hear how a more disciplined approach will help you to improve the management of shutdowns and turnarounds whilst reducing the chances of unplanned shutdowns • Review ADIL’s experience on offshore TAR projects and how a more structured approach can help improve your next project Willie MacInnes, Operations Consultant, ADIL TO REGISTER NOW CLICK HERE Panel Discussion: Technology Needs to Improve Production • Understand the importance of collaboration within the oil and gas sector and how a more cooperative approach will help to improve production and maximise recovery • Hear about some of the initiatives that the ITF have spearheaded to help aid production advancements on the UKCS and how you can get involved • Review the technology challenges that face production optimisation projects and how industry are working together to tackle these challenges Keith Mackie, Operations Director, ITF SECTION 2: INCREASING PRODUCTION EFFICIENCY IN THE NORTH SEA Enhancing Production or Reducing Cost - or Can it be both? • Do assets that cut costs suffer more production losses? Or how much do costs go up when production efficiency is improved? • Hear what lessons can be learned from McKinsey Company’s review of performance data over the last 15 years to better position your company • Review the pitfalls and successful approaches to follow to improve cash flow while maintaining safety and integrity of producing North Sea assets Dan Cole, Senior Expert, MCKINSEY CO
  6. 6. SPEAKING OPPORTUNITIES If your company has a specific story to tell or new information that is critical to the production optimisation space then this conference is the perfect place to share it! Contact the conference director today to find out more (Dean Murphy - dmurphy@offsnet.com) AGENDA Improving Production of your Offshore Assets • Understand the importance of fixing your baseline as a first step and how an accurate model can help you to decide where you can optimise production • Hear how an operational excellence strategy which embraces more transparency in communications can help you to improve production • Learn about the importance of creating a production optimisation development plan in order to enhance production from all of your assets Manuel Maldonado, INDEPENDENT PRODUCTION EXPERT SECTION 3: PRODUCTION OPTIMISATION CASE STUDIES Utilising Nanotechnology to Help Maximise Production from Oil Wells • Receive an update on global research and development work around nanotechnology and how a more collaborative approach would help to improve production • Understand how companies can use nanotechnology to maximise production and the benefits that this would have to your business • Learn about the future possibilities for nanotechnology and why companies need to spend more time looking into this field Ricardo Melo, Production Enhancement Advisor, REPSOL Improving Production and Increasing Recovery from Subsea Wells • Review the subsea well work that Repsol are undertaking and how careful planning has been integral to their success • Understand how Repsol are approaching challenges surrounding produced water treatment and how they are engineering solutions in order to overcome any potential issues • Hear lessons learned from Repsol’s recent subsea well intervention campaign and how their past projects are helping to shape their future plans to improve production and increase recovery Pablo Medina, Production Engineer, REPSOL Dealing with Liquid Loading Wells • Review the mature gas assets of a North Sea operator to gain a clear understanding of the scope of their upcoming work and where new solutions are needed from the supply chain • Assess the challenges that this operator have faced and overcome with liquid loading wells and the solutions that have seen the best successes • Reduce downtime and maximise your production volumes by utilising the most effective solutions available to your gas well SECTION 4: MARGINAL FIELD DEVELOPMENTS Approach to Production Optimisation of Mature Fields • Review the ways TNO assisted Eni to maximise production and minimise OPEX during one of their production optimisation campaigns and how a similar approach could benefit you • Hear how Shell NAM worked with TNO to understand the role of their reservoir to help optimise their intermittent production strategy • Summarise TNO’s approaches to mature field projects to ensure a more robust strategy for your upcoming optimisation projects Jordy de Boer, Technical Consultant Production Optimisation, TNO Barrel Chasing: Schlumberger’s Experience • Understand why industry needs continued focus on barrel chasing to help increase marginal gains and ensure that every barrel counts • Review your barrel chasing approach and how screening the performance of your wells can help to shape your production strategy and maximise barrels • Learn more about the business models surrounding barrel chasing to gauge whether this strategy is an economical option for your organisation Amir Hermes, WL Operations Manager – UKG, SCHLUMBERGER Marginal Field Developments: Romanian Case Study • Gain a brief overview of OMV Petrom’s approach to field development projects and how their recent approaches could be implemented into your planning • Learn about the new completion methodology that OMV Petrom have developed and tested to understand whether this approach may be suitable for your upcoming projects • Hear how OMV Petrom’s onshore marginal field development work could be applied in the offshore environment to help your organisation Amr Zahran, Production Optimization Team Leader, OMV PETROM TO REGISTER NOW CLICK HERE
  7. 7. AGENDA SECTION 5: NEW SOLUTIONS TO OPTIMISE PRODUCTION Panel Session: Optimising Oil Production by Novel Technology Integration • Learn about the OPTION joint industry project and how participants are seeking to develop an integrated reservoir and well simulation model to assist in the evaluation of Enhanced Oil Recovery concepts • Hear perspectives on overcoming typical obstacles in well design that limits reach of wells and cost of reservoir contact • Understand how the lack of integration regarding reservoir modelling, reservoir simulation, well flow control, and numerical optimisation methods needs to be addressed across industry Michael Byrne, Global Technical Head, Formation Damage, LR SENERGY Paul Hazel, Corporate VP Well Completions, WELLTEC Using Loss Data with Operational RAM Modelling to Optimise the Production Efficiency of Aging Assets • Understand how production loss data analysis can provide invaluable input into operational RAM modelling to enable informed decisions surrounding production efficiency • Review challenges surrounding planned maintenance, manning levels, spares holding, condition monitoring and mothballing equipment and how new methodologies can be applied to assist your upcoming operations • Evaluate a North Sea case study to see how this approach can ensure that your operational assets are boosting production efficiency Matthew Audley, Senior Consultant, DNV GL Improve Offshore Production through Technology Development • Hear how the ITF are working to tackle specific regional issues as well as defining areas of technology need from a global perspective to help improve production operations offshore • Understand why industry must collaborate to foster innovation and facilitate the development and implementation of new technologies to improve current operations • Gain an update about some of the initiatives that the ITF have spearheaded to help aid production advancements on the UKCS and how you can get involved Craig O’Brien, Technology Analyst, ITF Digital Oil Fields • Hear the business case for adopting Digital Oil Field solutions to ensure a positive rate of return for your projects • Understand how Digital Oil Fields can enable operators to integrate, interpret and act on production-related information in real time to optimise field operation and development • Ensure that workflows achieve meaningful increases in production and extraction of reserves to enhance your future projects ADDITIONAL BREAK-OUT WORKSHOPS What’s New in Artificial Lift Design, Diagnostics, Repair and Retrofit • Review recent advances in gas lift equipment to ensure you are up-to-date with the latest technologies available for your projects • Hear about new ESP retro-fit and rig-less installation options as well as other artificial lift systems you may not have considered • Understand more about troubleshooting techniques that you could utilise when reviewing your artificial lift approaches to ensure you systems are working optimally Cameron Laing, Owner, LAING ENGINEERING TRAINING SERVICES LIMITED Collaborating for Success • Learn how to assemble high performance collaborative teams to help build a successful future for the UKCS • Collaborate within your organisation to help overcome severe cost pressures facing the oil and gas sector whilst improving performance and efficiencies • Create high performance teams within your company and strive for excellence to ensure a more productive work environment Paul Williams, Managing Director, WCG Dean Murphy Director – Offshore Network dmurphy@offsnet.com +44 (0) 203 468 9461 TO REGISTER NOW CLICK HERE GROUP DISCOUNTS To take full advantage of the knowledge-sharing and networking opportunities that OPO 2015 has to offer, why not bring your team? For group bookings, Offshore Network can offer additional discounts to make it more cost- effective for you to attend. Contact sales@offsnet.com to find out more: “The topics and content were very useful and I’ll have many good takeaways to share with my colleagues.” Nexen
  8. 8. DATEVENUE December 2-3, 2015 Hilton Treetops Hotel, Aberdeen 161 Springfield Road, Aberdeen, AB15 7AQ HotelDiscount Offshore Network have negotiated a discounted room rate for you to stay at the venue – this is extremely limited however so book today to ensure you get the best rate! Call the hotel directly today on +44 (0) 1224 498390. GROUPDISCOUNTSFORDELEGATIONS! OPO 2015 has assembled the very best speakers coupled with 12+ hours of dedicated networking time. As such it makes absolute sense to send larger delegations and maximise the value obtained from the conference. Email us directly at sales@offsnet.com or call us on 0203 411 9937 to secure your group before all space expires!Terms Conditions: Payment Policy: Full payment is due within 28 days of ticket reservation and must be paid in full 1 week prior to event registration, whichever comes first. Registration will not be confirmed until full payment has been received. Cancellation and Refunds: Cancellations must be received in writing. If cancellation is received within 28 days of the conference, the attendee will receive a full credit to a future conference. If cancellation is received more than 28 days from the conference, Offshore Network Ltd will retain 10% of the attendance fee for administration purposes or offer a full credit to a future conference. Places are transferable at no extra charge. In the event that Offshore Network Ltd cancels a conference, payments received at the cancellation date will be credited back in full to all attendees. All conference credit notes remain valid for 2 years. Changes to Conference Programme and Agenda: Offshore Network Ltd reserves the right to postpone or cancel an event, to change the location or alter the advertised speakers for an event at any time. Any Changes to the agenda will be updated on our website as soon as possible. Design by www.TheCreativeTree.co.uk REGISTER ONLINE CLICK HERE SECURE YOUR PLACE NOW AND JOIN EXPERTS FROM REGISTER IN 3 EASY STEPS BEFORE ALL PASSES SELL OUT! 1 2 3 Call us directly on +44 (0) 0203 411 9937 to secure your place Register online CLICK HERE Email Us Directly at sales@offsnet.com with your chosen pass type BOOK BY OCTOBER 9th 2015 £895+ VAT BOOK BY OCTOBER 9th 2015 £695+VAT BOOK BY NOVEMBER 6th 2015 £1095+ VAT BOOK BY NOVEMBER 6th 2015 £895+ VAT FULL PRICE £1395+ VAT FULL PRICE £1195+ VAT REGISTRATION OPTIONS PREMIUM PASS WHAT’S INCLUDED: • 2 day conference pass • Access to technology showcase hall • Networking drinks reception and luncheon • Post conference proceedings ADDITIONAL PREMIUM PASS FEATURES: • Preferential access to training workshops • Priority conference room seating • Access to pre-conference networking including VIP champagne reception • Express registration STANDARD PASS WHAT’S INCLUDED: • 2 day conference pass • Access to technology showcase hall • Networking drinks reception and luncheon • Post conference proceedings

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Conference Objective: Find collaborative solutions to enhance production, improve recovery and reduce downtime Conference Content: - Production Efficiency: Review the collaborative approaches being driven forward by industry that will help to enhance offshore operations and minimise production losses - Optimising Production and Improving Recovery: Learn about the latest improved oil recovery techniques being implemented and how they will help maximise recovery and enhance production - Operational Excellence: Hear the key methodologies that offshore operators are using to transform current operational strategies by ensuring continuous improvements across their assets - Marginal Field Developments: See how operators are delivering economic marginal field developments during low oil prices so you can benefit from their experience - Technology Update: Examine the latest solutions available including modelling, production data management, monitoring and predictive maintenance to minimise downtime and maximise economic recovery

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