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  1. 1. CURRICULUM VITAE Sigve Hamilton Aspelund, 11-2013 Name : Sigve Hamilton Aspelund Position : Nationality : Contact details: Technical science engineer/ Sivilingeniør teknisk realfag Petroleum engineering geoscience consultant Norwegian Phone: +47 92 64 71 29, email: Summary: Technical science engineer advisor/ Senior Petroleum Engineer Advisor/ geoscientist advisor with onshore/offshore work experience in the oil and gas industry. Having developed excellent consulting experience across Norway and International, I’m now looking for a permanent position within a relevant field. My broad experience includes geo modeling and simulation, special core analysis, sedimentology and supervision of well drilling, increased oil production, enhanced oil production, water and gas injection, artificial lift (Gas lift), well completion/ work over operations, offshore production engineering operations (FPSO/IPF/WHP), artificial lift selection, reservoir engineering, teaching, quality, health, safety and environment and project risk advising. It has been gained through working for major Oil & Gas companies including CNOOC, Cairn, Vanco, KPOC, NNPC, BP, ENI, Total, Shell, Talisman, Norsk Hydro and Statoil. Additional experience as resource coordinator and have achieved management onshore and offshore personell and data, increased oil production in exploration and production industry, organized and held courses and team buildings Specialties: Production enhancement & optimization of surface and subsurface operations Risk advising & engineering Engineering Subsea technology International activity Drilling: Quality, Health, Safety & Environment engineering Emulsified polymers Networking Team building Integrated operations Marketing & business development Project management Exploration geoscience (Geology, geomodeling and drilling) Reservoir engineering: Increased Oil production and petrophysics Advising Technologist: Information Technology Oral presentations: Teaching and presentation Realist: Mathematics, physics and technology My personal profile: Adaptation accomplished realist, outstanding organizational skills and business sense, desire to achieve concrete results toward perfectionism, prefer hard work, ultimate realist, possess practical properties combined with highly developed intelligence, sees quickly new opportunities and use this to his own benefit, hard working, fair, very independent, convinced that morality is more important than anything else, resourceful, action-oriented person, eager to expand own knowledge, expect to reach targets, responsible, industrious, resolute and energetic, natural leader and has a
  2. 2. CURRICULUM VITAE Sigve Hamilton Aspelund, 11-2013 natural talent as a presenter Masters degree in petroleum technology with applied science program from the university college of Stavanger and the bachelor degree from NTNU, university of Bergen and the university college of Stavanger: M.Sc. thesis: Edward Lorenz strange attractors, a course at M.Sc. level Languages : Education Norwegian (mother tongue), English (fluent) : 2003: Rogaland University (HiS-Høgskolen i Stavanger) Post-qualifying education Reservoir engineering Including Eclipse reservoir simulation engineering 1999-2001: Rogaland University (HiS) Sivilingeniør (M.Sc.) Teknisk realfag Petroleum engineering with applied science programme Thesis: Edward Lorenz strange attractors, a course at M.Sc. level (Non linear differential equations) 1999: Candidatus Magisterii (B. Sc.) degree gained at NTNU from studies at Norwegian University of Technology and Science (NTNU), HiS (petroleum engineering) and University of Bergen (UiB) 1998-1999: Petroleum engineering (HiS) 1998: University of Bergen Examen philosophicum 1997-1998: Royal Norwegian navy: Naval diving school and security guard 1995-1997: NTNU Elementary courses in mathematics and physics Accomplishments: Advising service and operating companies, managed data information, onshore and offshore personell, increased oil production in exploration and production industry, organized and held courses and team buildings. Software experience: RMS (Reservoir modeling system), Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Power Point, GeoNext, PI process book & PI excel, Oil Field Manager (OFM), SAP, Eclipse, STAR, Mintra & Empreda, Share point, Flow manager, Labview, mBal, Prosper, GAP, GoToMeeting, Unix & Itris.
  3. 3. CURRICULUM VITAE Sigve Hamilton Aspelund, 11-2013 Relevant work experience: 08.2009-today: Aspelund Consulting Energy Offshore Development International &National Petroleum engineer project manager with applied science program Geoscientist consultant President List of Consulting & Advisory assignments: • • • • • Well Intervention Services (Advising) Client: Coleman research: 1. Overview of well service industry (major players, USPs) and key trends 2. Differentiating factors between service providers 3. Cyclicality of well service market 4. Exposure of well service market to oil prices 5. Benefits of well intervention services 6. Economic trade-off between different well intervention services 7. How do customers make decisions on when to do well interventions? Course director: Coil tubing drilling technology advisor: Managed pressure drilling systems. Multilateral wells. Coiled tubing underbalanced drilling: • Geophysical well logging • Under reaming following multistage underbalanced drilling • Cement plug placing • Emergency and fishing operations • Selection criteria for well bore candidates • Job planning and risk analysis • CT ground equipment • Coiled tubing pipes • Coiled tubing machinery (capillary units, injectors, reels etc.) • Equipment for flow control and completion (drilling motors, drilling jars, intensifiers, reamers, collars, etc.) • High tech drilling bits Nitrogen equipment application for coiled tubing drilling • Gas liquid mixtures • Nitrogen compressor stations • Pumping units • Vaporiser systems for CT • Continuous circulation systems and agitators • Management and control systems Separation systems for drilling fluids • Centrifuges • Hydrocyclones • Shakers • Pumps • Management and control Client: JSC Ontustik Munaigaz, Neftserviceholding LTD, OJSC Surgutneftegas, Gazprom Mining Orenburg Ltd, BelNIPIneft “Belorusneft” via Capital Business Events
  4. 4. CURRICULUM VITAE Sigve Hamilton Aspelund, 11-2013 • One of our clients, an analyst at an investment management firm in New York, would like to speak with a Council Member who can provide insights on how the oil & gas companies - in general handle their need for reservoir characterization (core analysis, reservoir fluid and petrophysical) services. Specifically, the client would like to better understand why companies choose to perform these operations in-house or out-source to third-party service provides (e.g. Core Laboratories, Schlumberger, or Weatherford). Client: Gehrson Lehrman Group • Organizational Structures | Oil and Gas Companies: Standard org structures for operating offshore oil platforms (particularly large scale operations / large fields) Division of responsibilities between offshore centre managers, offshore installation managers and onshore production managers Interfaces between offshore and onshore operations Integrated cross-functional teams and how they can work in this situation Functional overlays and how they can be used to ensure consistency of processes and instil best practice across multiple asset teams Client: Gehrson Lehrman Group • Digital Oilfield || Role in Oil and Gas Industry: 1. What is the value of real-time data collection, analysis, and reaction in the oilfield across various upstream activities? 2. What is the general landscape and forecast for IT in upstream activities? Client: Gehrson Lehrman Group • Project: One of our clients, a project team at a professional services firm based in Europe, would like to speak with a Council Member with expertise in the market for artificial lifts. Specific topics/questions to be discussed include: i) technical characteristics of the different technologies & developments in the use of these technologies ii) the buying process and key buying factors iii) differentiation of the different players offering products and services in this market. Client: Gehrson Lehrman Group • Project: Client would like to speak with a Council Member who is familiar with the flow control equipment used in oil & gas (valves, pipes, fittings, flanges, etc).
  5. 5. CURRICULUM VITAE Sigve Hamilton Aspelund, 11-2013 More specifically, he's keen to speak with customers/users of such equipment to better understand the following: 2) Key purchasing criteria 3) Volume/pricing trends Client: Gehrson Lehrman Group • Financial project: Client wanted to understand within which time lag the gas/oil production can be increased or decreased in upstream in the North Sea. Client: A. T. Kearney Inc via Gehrson Lehrman Group • Responsible for analytics, advising, revision, sales and cost management at Aspelund Consulting Offshore Development International & National • Course director at a course in Aberdeen. Topics: Drilling, well control, HSE and risk. Client: CNOOC via Petromentor • • Topics: Cost management: Rig Selection: Jacket platform, jack up platform, tension let platform, well head platform, drilling ship • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • and basic planning steps Exploration and production licences Exploration, development and abandonment Well planning and design Drilling pipes, casing, collar, kelly, tubing Oil & gas delivery pipes Drilling bits Drilling personnel Cost management: Drilling economics Cost management: Drilling cost estimates Communications and safety issues Crisis management Risk evaluation Risk definition Mapping of HSE & risks Cause assessment HSE analysis Risk reduction Barriers Accidents Offshore blowouts Cost management: Economics in accidents Collapse of rigs Sunk rigs Pressure in fluids at rest Hydrostatic pressure Atmospheric pressure Pore pressure Darcy`s law Hole sections and well trajectory Units
  6. 6. CURRICULUM VITAE Sigve Hamilton Aspelund, 11-2013 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Primary well control Secondary well control Tertiary well control Formation pressure Normal formation pressure Abnormal pressure Salt beds Mineralisation Tectonic causes Formation fracture pressure Leak-off tests and procedure Rig components Introduction to petroleum geology Sedimentology Classification of sedimentary rocks Texture in granular sediments Grain size Sorting Grain shape Packing Sand and sandstone and classification Porosity Permeability Controls on Porosity and Permeability Diagenesis Changes of porosity with burial depth Completion/ workover fluids Foam drilling fluids Oil based muds Synthetics Water based muds Casing Conductor Surface casing Intermediate casing Production casing Liner Cementing Wire line operations Measurement while drilling Systems Directional tools Gamma ray tools NGT tool SP log Sonic tool Density tool Neutron tool Daily drilling report Material balance equations Cost management: Drilling fluid economics Drilling fluid properties Pressure Hydrostatic pressure
  7. 7. CURRICULUM VITAE Sigve Hamilton Aspelund, 11-2013 • • • • • • • • • • • Pump pressure Imposed pressure Pressure imposed by the pump Pressure imposed by the formation Kicks Swabbing of formation fluids into the borehole Insufficient mud density Poor well planning Lost circulation Recognition of kicks HPHT subsea technology Project risk engineer: Pre-engineering FMC organization. Client: Total via IDEA consultants. Fields in Angola and Shetland o System: SharePoint and excel 01.11.2012 – 03.2013: Project risk advisor at the Subsea field developments CLOV: Cravo, Lirio, Orquidea and Violeta discoveries and GIRRI: Rosa and Girassol fields operated by Total (Angola). Client: FMC technologies via IDEA consultants The essential purpose of risk management in projects and tenders are to improve project and tender performance via the systematic and iterative process designed to identify, analyze, evaluate, and treat project related risk elements. Risk elements are compiled, recorded and managed throughout the tender period and project life cycle. • Establishment of project risk management plan in accordance to FMC project risk management process • Establishment and maintenance of a risk register based on risk analysis done in tender phase (if available), lessons learned and project risk assessment methodology • Ensuring that projects work according to FMC global risk management process for projects • Facilitate risk meetings and co-ordinate risk responses • Monitor and control that the risk strategies are implemented in a timely manner • Coordinate and participate in risk evaluation, development of mitigation plans, monitor, summarize and report risk status • Compile record and follow up risks out of tolerance level in the risk register • Create a project risk management close out report • Support projects or tenders with risk analysis (quantification and /or bowtie) upon request • Report updates and improvements for process, methodology and tools as a result of feedback from the organization and / or changes in external conditions, to the local process owner • Chaired: Doing more with drilling data in Stavanger. Client: Finding petroleum • Course director at a course in London: Production, geology, geomodeling and reservoir simulation in London. Client: Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation via Petroconsult
  8. 8. CURRICULUM VITAE Sigve Hamilton Aspelund, 11-2013 • • • • • • • • • • • • • Reservoir types and classification Geo modeling techniques Geo modeling inputs Geophysical data derivatives in geo modeling Use of geostatics in geo modeling Fundamentals in geo modeling o Structural modeling o Stratigraphic modeling o Reservoir property modeling Fundamentals of sequential indicator simulation (SIS) and sequential Gaussian modeling (SGS) modeling Limitation of geo modeling Up scaling and its effects Uncertainty analysis Quality control Geo modeling application types Effects of geo model on overall reservoir modeling • • Cultural project. Client: Suncor • Advisor: Development drilling for, and production of, oil and gas in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico. Economics of drilling and execution risk (Mexico gulf). Client: Maven • 03.2012-04.2012 Software: RMS (Reservoir modeling system), Petrel and Eclipse Networked at ONS Advisor: Offshore operation: Management , offshore drilling rigs : Client : Athenum partners o Exploration & production o Seismic interpretation & logging o Wireline operations o PLT o IOR operations o Offshore equipment o QHSE cultures o Subsea ROV inspections o NORSOK standard o International standard o International environment RCC Consultant (Petroleum engineer) Presentations: - Oil and gas industry & life cycle - Structural/ design - Piping/ layout - Procurement - Materials/ corrosion Employee training: - Mechanical/ drilling - Process
  9. 9. CURRICULUM VITAE Sigve Hamilton Aspelund, 11-2013 - Electronics & telecom/ HVAC - Petroleum engineering; Drilling, production & reservoir - QHSE Resource coordinator: Nominating/ managing applicants & relevant candidates to available positions: Engineering & management: - Interface coordinator - Petroleum engineering - Electro instrument & telecom/ HVAC - Technical safety, HSE/ HSEQ/ Quality/ QA/QC - Structural design - Process - Piping/ layout -- Subsea marine operations - Procurement - Mechanical/ drilling - Materials/ Corrosion - Document/ LCI - Planning - Cost engineer Evaluating candidates curriculum vitae Software: Itris • • • Course director at Introduction of oil & gas industry course in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Client: Kebabanang Petroleum Operating Company via Asian Resource Network: The origins of oil and gas and how they are formed Types of petroleum: conventional and unconventional Sedimentary basins and the dynamic nature of Earth’s crust Concepts of finite resources and limitations on recovery Global distribution of fossil fuels and OPEC’s resource endowment Industry overview and segments Components that constitute natural gas Uses and markets for oil and gas Role of government agencies in the oil and gas industry Introduction to the supply and value chain: upstream to downstream Organisations involved along the supply chain Distinct economic issues for oil and gas supply chains • • • • • • • Finding Oil and Gas An introduction to petroleum geology Defining and calculating resources and reserves Assessing exploration chance of success Reservoir characterisation, performance and engineering Conventional and non-conventional petroleum resources Exploration and prospecting: broad surveying techniques • • • • • • • • • •
  10. 10. CURRICULUM VITAE Sigve Hamilton Aspelund, 11-2013 • • • • • • • Remote detection methods Seismic and other geophysical surveying technologies Exploration and appraisal drilling Types of borehole and reasons for drilling them Types of exploration and production contract and fiscal system Accounting for risk Cost management: Economics of exploration: financing, time value and expected value • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Extracting and Processing Oil and Gas Well planning and design Authority for expenditure (AFE) Subsurface pressure and temperature Hole sections and well trajectory Deviated and horizontal drilling Cost management: Types of drilling rigs: Jacket platform, jack up platform, tension let platform, well head platform, drilling ship, systems and equipment Drilling procedures, problems and remedies Blowout preventers (BOPs) and blowout contingency planning Wireline logging and measurement while drilling (MWD) Production engineering Allocation of historical production to reservoirs and wells Production technologies Marine operations Fixed and floating production facilities (including FPSOs) Subsea technologies Well completion Artificial lift and reservoir stimulation Enhanced oil recovery (EOR) techniques Cost management: Typical timings and costs • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Oil Refining and Gas Treatment Crude oil evaluation and classification Compositional differences between light and heavy crude oil Organic chemistry of petroleum relevant to refining Transporting and storing crude oil: pipelines and tankers Refining oil: historical and geographic trends Characteristics of refined petroleum products Refinery configurations and processes Distilling, cracking, reforming, blending, treating Supply and demand trends and markets of petroleum products Refinery margins and crack spreads Transporting and storing gas: pipelines and other methods Underground gas storage (UGS) Refining gas and gas to liquids (GTL) technologies Gas processing and treatment: dehydrating, sweetening NGL and LPG extraction from natural gas Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Gas to power: combined cycle gas turbines (CCGT)
  11. 11. CURRICULUM VITAE Sigve Hamilton Aspelund, 11-2013 • Petroleum product and natural gas distribution networks • • • • • • • • • • Cost management: Selling Oil and Gas Cost management: Global markets and key players Physical and paper trading markets Market segments: wholesale and retail Aviation fuels, marine bunker fuels and lubricants Cost management: Spot and term sales Cost management: Benchmark prices and formula pricing Brent, WTI and Dubai crude benchmarks Contango and normal backwardation market conditions Commodity exchanges, electronic trading and over-the counter (OTC) trades Trading instruments: forwards, futures, swaps and options Hedging from various supply chain perspectives Margin swaps and collar hedges Risk management in trading and exploiting arbitrage opportunities Retail fuel marketing and distribution logistics Network analysis of retail fuel sites: location and facilities Retail fuel margins and non-fuel margins from convenience stores at fuel stations Biofuels (ethanol and biodiesel) and road transport fuel markets Fuel station pump technology and process Oil inventories and strategic stocks • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Managing Oil and Gas Geopolitical risks and opportunities Techniques for quantifying political risks Environmental and sustainability issues Gas flaring, emissions and contamination Prudent operators and best practice Triple bottom line approach to decision making Industry and regulatory bodies Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) International Energy Agency (IEA) Legal concepts and contractual frameworks Sole risk and non-consent Farmout and joint venture arrangements Dispute resolution and arbitration Fiscal elements and designs Production sharing and mineral interest systems Cost management: Cost recovery from government and producer perspectives Future of energy: challenges and opportunities Trends in uses of energy and per capita energy intensity World primary energy mix and substitutes for oil and gas Forecasts for fossil fuels and the primary energy balance to 2050
  12. 12. CURRICULUM VITAE Sigve Hamilton Aspelund, 11-2013 06.2011-11.2011 Ocean Rig QHSE engineer (Petroleum engineer) Procedures & Technical description review/revision Engineer at Corcovado (Drilling ship) Location: Greenland Operator: Cairn Well: Attamik 2 - Risk assessment - Work permit system and Safe Job Analysis - Care card system - Focusing on drilling safety: Bit type, drilling parameters, well control/volume control, kick prevention, hole cleaning, mud data & DDR. - Software: STAR, Mintra & Empreda - Care philosophy, procedures and procedure exam Investigated market for best available technology for ”dashboard” system solutions for HSE. Well control project for Petroleumstilsynet (PTIL) Technical contact with customer relations management system (CRM) and Fast Track project implementation vendor Data management & generel management Organized two care for safety seminars and held Care Card presentations with offshore safety officers from Leiv Eiriksson, Eirik Raude, Olympia, Corcovado, Poseidon and Mykonos and onshore QHSE department at Hummeren hotel in Tananger with team building (Gocart racing at Stavanger carting) Safety officer at Olympia (Drilling ship) Location: Ghana Client: Vanco Well: Dzata 2A Technical contact with KPI information technology vendor and operational performance management and reporting system vendor Project lead: Annual procedure revision/ review IADC data reporting KPI reporting (defining and designing KPI for well operations) General QHSE engineering and risk management Software: Star Mintra administrator Empreda • Advising: Offshore Drilling Rigs: Management, Operations, and environment: Client : Gehrson Lehrman Group o Safety cultures o Employee training o Engineering and innovation capabilities o Management and strategic positions o Corporate cultures
  13. 13. CURRICULUM VITAE Sigve Hamilton Aspelund, 11-2013 • • • • • • • • 08.2010-11.2010 • • • • 08.2009-11.2009 Akademiet Management: Mathematics, physics & chemistry Created the open Linkedin groups: Networking for creating opportunities, Networking for creating business and Networking for creating leaders Creating international network SEO business development for international companies Stavanger Offshore Technical School Petroleum engineer Management: Held courses for up to 100 students • Production technique 1 & 2 • Drilling technology • Geology and formation evaluation • Health, Safety and Environment for the oil industry • Well control • Drilling fluids • Operating and control systems • Mathematics • Chemistry process • Alternative energy • 11.2008-07.2009: o Key operational benchmarks Advising: Drilling (Alaska) Client : Maven Advising: Natural gas compression (Canada) Client : Maven Advising: European oil production industry Client : Gehrson Lehrman Group Advising: Norwegian drilling waste management market Client : Gehrson Lehrman Group Held an Offshore safety related to computer interfaces and information presentation at the seminar People and the digital oilfield Client: Finding petroleum Administrative project – Client : Frank`s international Advising: Norwegian oil industry service – Client : Gerson Lehrman Group HSE presentation at the seminar: Bringing businesses from east and west together by TransEuropean Centre at Rica Forum Business development management Oilfield Technology Group Production engineer consultant (Petroleum engineer) Client: StatoilHydro (Grane) • • • • • Management: Production steering of offshore wells Management of offshore process personell Well testing and analysis. Displaying results in OFM. Production analysis with Flow manager and SAP P&I plan
  14. 14. CURRICULUM VITAE Sigve Hamilton Aspelund, 11-2013 • • 03. 2007- 10.2008: Analysis of drilling waste management market for Swath Subsea technology development group project Talisman Production engineer (Petroleum engineer) Project leader: Responsible for optimizing oil production at Varg Eclipse 100 simulations Involved in jack up drilling rig operations Management of offshore process and service personell Sub project leading: Subsurface within integrated operations (TENAS operation project) Production supervising with PI process book designing and real time allocation programming with PI excel Responsible for: • Annual and monthly reports • Well allocation including production analysis • Well testing and well test analysis • Weekly production & injection planning and morning meetings with the communication tool GoToMeeting • Real time production analysis with PI process book • Production optimizing with Prosper and GAP Planning and management of well operations: o Mechanical operations: Increased oil production from 600 Sm 3/d to 1200Sm3/d in a well by increase reservoir pressure by increasing water injection and changing the choke, stabilized 2 slugging wells by changing gas lift valves (Stabilized total production) o PLT, Water shut of and perforations (Increased oil production from 100 Sm3/d to 250 Sm3/d). • Production optimizing including field visits offshore at Petrojarl Varg and Varg A • Organized a team building, presentations and a seminar • Production forecasting Attending all multidisciplinary team work: Representing for PTIL and partners, exploration, development ++ 01.2006-02.2007: IOR Chemco Reservoir engineer (Petroleum engineer) • • • • • Analyzing of the world marked (High water cut reservoirs and sand producing reservoirs) Consultant: Project within petrophysics and geology for Badger Explorer. Data collection and data base development. Management: Representation at ONS Reporting (Inteligel progress at IRIS) to Norwegian Research Council, Total, Statoil and Norsk Hydro
  15. 15. CURRICULUM VITAE Sigve Hamilton Aspelund, 11-2013 • 05-11.06: Screening of Espoir operated by Canadian Natural Recourses International Research Institute of Stavanger: Petrophystical measurements: PV, permeability, porosity and RRFw Project research: Optimisation of mSand (chemicals for sand consolidation) utilizing Labview for analysis • • • • • • • • • • Field manager: mGel reservoir stimulation for increased oil recovery at Gullfaks C including: Quality assurance of treatment, photographing onsite and reporting Application to ONS innovation award (Was nominated to the award) Articles published at OTC (Offshore & Energy) and ONS (Scandinavian oil and gas magazine) Representation at IOR 2006 in Tulsa Oklahoma (SPE) PowerPoint designing for sales meetings and reporting Presentation for potential customers in Aberdeen Contact developing (Gained 15 business meetings in Aberdeen over a short period) Marked analyzing of the British shelf (High water cut sand reservoirs) Screening of projects including well log investigation and reservoir evaluation: Brage (Norsk Hydro), Gullfaks (Statoil) Further information at following web site: > Intelligent gelé skal redde oljefelt 02.2003-12.2005: Geoservices Mudlogging geologist (Petroleum engineer) • • • • • • • • 03.2002-09.2002: Management: Well monitoring/supervising: Pit volume control and gas control Maintaining sensors and repairing equipment Reporting of geology Geology: Catching samples, lithology analyze, cuttings and cavings description and calcimetry analysis and core handling Shows evaluation Side Wall Cores descriptions / Core descriptions Logistics: Sending equipment and samples onshore. See projects last page ResLab Laboratory engineer (Petroleum engineer) Special Core Analysis: Measurement of petrophysical data: Permeability, porosity and capillary pressure/resistivity curves plots in excel 09.2001-02.2002: Roxar Geoscientist (Petroleum engineer)
  16. 16. CURRICULUM VITAE Sigve Hamilton Aspelund, 11-2013 Reservoir Modelling: System helpdesk (RMS 6.2) Used Unix system to create customers licenses Software error localization: Importing Eclipse grid files for inspection in RMS 7.0 • Seismic cubes • Simulation grid • Geo modelling/heterogenetiy • Well design Other relevant courses and certificates : 2013: Hostile Environment Training – Control risks, United Kingdom Introduction to Subsea Technology - Connection System Autocad/TCE Teamcenter: Review and approve Introduction to subsea technology: Completion/ workover Introduction to subsea technology: System overview in production Subsea technology: Production control systems Subsea Technology: Processing Introduction Standardization course Subsea: Front End Engineering Subsea technology: Introduction to MPS Document review: Introduction to NDT & MRB Create and maintain SAP project BOM SAP basic navigation Field development: Subsea technology production systems 2012: FMC technologies corporate compliance program & PLAN - Traincaster Tutorial for Eastern Region users Introduction to Subsea technology: Foundations & structures FMC technologies corporate compliance program 2011: Offshore safety course – Falck Nutec 2010: Workshop: The future of innovation – University of Stavanger 2010: Seminar: People, Planet, Profit – University of Stavanger 2010: The economy game – Skape 2010: Business presentation strategy – Skape 2010: Sales and service – Skape 2010: Advanced business development course – Skape 2009: HSE seminar: A safer working day – Bureau Veritas 2009: Seminar: Bringing businesses from east and west together – Transeuropean centre 2009: Introduction to business development – Skape 2009: Networking – Skape 2009: Political industry course – Sandnes 2008: F.A.S.T. Fekete RTA – Stavanger 2008: Oil Field Manager – Stavanger 2008: PI process book & PI excel – Stavanger 2007: Mbal, Prosper & GAP – Petroleumexperts, Edinburgh 2007: Gas lift course – Schlumberger Aberdeen 2007: PI process book – Stavanger
  17. 17. CURRICULUM VITAE Sigve Hamilton Aspelund, 11-2013 2007: Offshore safety course – Falck Nutec 2006: Water shut off – Randy Seright, SPE IOR06 Tulsa Oklahoma 2005: Data engineer – Geoservices 2005: HSE training course – Geoservices 2005: Basic safety and emergency and evacuation course for Ula/Valhall – BP 2004: Kick sheet – Geoservices 2004: Secondary well control course – Geoservices 2004: Primary well control course – Geoservices 2004: Offshore work permit and safe job analysis course – Internet course 2004: Helicopter evacuation and Statoil internal course – Nutec 2003: Mud logging training course – Geoservices 2003: Offshore safety course – Nutec 2001: Presentation Technique – Os (Roxar) 2001: RMS, reservoir modelling system, heterogeneity – Roxar 2001: RMS, reservoir modelling system, simulation grid – Roxar 2001: RMS, reservoir modelling system, streamlines – Roxar 2001: RMS, reservoir modelling system, introduction – Roxar 1998: Fiberoptics, computer network and telephone network – RSD 1998: Electronics course – RSD 1998: Excel spreadsheet – RSD Offshore experience: Geoservices: Norway Statoil Statoil HPHT Statoil Statoil Total Norske Shell Statoil Deep Sea Trym Deep Sea Trym Scarabeo 6 Deep Sea Trym Transocean Searcher Snorre B Tr. Searcher Statoil Statoil Talisman Statoil Statoil Talisman Eni Norge Statoil BP Statoil Statoil BP BP BP Statoil Statoil Hydro West Navigator Stena Don Gyda Borgland Dolphin Kvitebjørn Gyda Ocean Vanguard West Alpha Vallhall IP Snorre B Sleipner A Ula Vallhall Ula Sleipner A Sleipner A TR. Leader 34/10-4-2H 24/10-M-3BH 25/5-C-1H 6407/9-E-2H 15/9-E-3H 15-9-E-1H 34/4-I-1H 15/9-E-4H 6506/12-Q-2H 65/07-3-4 6608/10-B-4BH 2/1-A16 AY1 34/10-F-2 Y1H 34/11-A11 2/1-A16 AY1/T2 6406/1-3 6506/11-P-3 H 2/8-G-10 T3 34/4-K-7 H 15/9-A-23 A 7/12-A-5 B 2/8-G-11-T4/TS 7/12-a-05b-t2 15/9-A-19 15/9-A19T2 6605/8-1 2003 2003 2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005
  18. 18. CURRICULUM VITAE Sigve Hamilton Aspelund, 11-2013 Comment: I have experienced both wildcats with a very fast drill rate and advanced production wells and been lucky to work with many different reservoirs both sandstone and chalk. 2006: IOR Checmo: Statoil Gullfaks: Water shut of treatment with emulsified polymers 2007-2008 Talisman: Varg/Petrojarl Varg: Improved oil recovery methods: PLT & gas lift 2011 Ocean rig: QHSE engineer Olympia (Vanco) (Ghana) & Corcovado (Cairn) (Greenland)