This year’s Production Geoscience conference is addressing the issue of competence transfer:
To what extent have we been able to learn from previous exploration - appraisal strategies, field development studies and production history, when initiating new projects, less costly, more profitable and with higher recovery rates? How do we learn, experience and transfer knowledge from mature fields; both within companies and licenses and between companies? Are we driven too hard on NPV and short profitable goals? How is NPD guiding and steering further development and production on the NCS?
The conference will be subdivided in two sessions. The first: To challenge the operators of mature fields to look back and share good and bad experiences. The second: To challenge the operators in field developing projects and in immature fields, to express their main reservoir concern and explain how they intend to solve them. How they have taken and utilized information and knowledge from mature fields.
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08:00 - 08:50 Registration
08:50 Welcome and Introduction. Marian N. Haga for the Committee
09:00 Norwegian Continental Shelf-Learning from history. Kalmar Ildstad; NPD
09:30 Gullfaks never say never. Rolf Smedal; Gullfaks, Statoil
10:00 Oseberg Field-A ground breaking history. Helge Ivar Rutledal and Kim Hatland; Oseberg, Statoil
10:30 Coffee break
10:45 Constraining geological models with dynamic data using experiment of design workflows in the Ormen Lange Field. Arjen Cense; Ormen, Shell
11:15 Geological knowledge transfer in production workflows-new opportunities. Lars Sønneland; Schlumberger
13:00 Well test simulation: Analysis of well tests in new fields based on experiences from mature fields. Mårten Blix; Blueback/BG and Paul Tijink; DNO International, Oslo
13:30 Reservoir Modeling. some key challenges and technical solutions. Tone Kråkenes; Roxar
14:00 Deployment of an uncertainty analysis workflow to support concept selection - a case study. Sanjoy Kumar Khataniar; Schlumberger
14:30 Coffee break
14:45 Goliat Field, a step by step improvement of the seismic image. Johan Leutscher; Goliat. Eni
Reducing geological uncertainties in the early development phase, Goliat Field. Gjertrud Halset; Goliat Eni
15:30 Field development project moving towards PUD. Andreas Harstad; Zidane RWE Dea
16:00 Combining Production Logging and Well Data - A marriage in the Seismic Wildness. Henrike Grünhagen, Annick Chazy and Anna Saure Thomassen; Kvitebjørn, Statoil
16:30 Ice breaker
17:30 to 20.30 Dinner
This year's conference will be concentrated to one dag, November 6th, and the conference dinner will be held shortly after the talks. The timing will allow those of you who wish to get the last plane home in th evening. We wish you all very welcome to the conference.
Ragnar Knarud, Statoil
Cato Berge, Shell
Erik Wulff-Pedersen, RWE
Alister MacDonald, Lundin