ECIM 2019 - 16th. to 18th. September in Haugesund

'Digital Transformation - from Vision to Reality'


Plenary Program


Opening Session Monday 16th. September

Session Manager: Sun Lehmann, Equinor


   19:00  Digitalization of Oil and Gas developments; 

              and why a disruptive change is required (TBC)

                - Marianne. J. Olsnes, Development Manager, Shell Norway



   20:00  'Ice Breaker' - Refreshments and buffet 

        - Hosted by Halliburton-Landmark and Schlumberger

Plenary Program Tuesday 17. September 

Session Managers: Sun Lehmann, Equinor and Dan Brown, CDA


08:25  Opening remarks - by Sun Lehmann, Equinor


08:35  Society for Petroleum Data Managers

- Lars Gåseby, SPDM Board Chair/Shell TDM Advisor, SPDM/Shell

The role of the society for the data managers in a changing environment.


08:50  Transforming Data focused Career Development at BP
- Robbie Watson, Upstream Data Capability Lead & Ruairi Dunne, SIM Data Science Challenger, BP
An Introduction to BP’s Career Development Framework and Learning Experience from the perspective of a discipline lead and graduate.


09:15  Why data management (still) matters
- Niall O’Doherty, Director, Teradata
It might not be fashionable to say it, but good data management still matters. It is the core to delivering against the promise of AI, ML and accurately predicting the future.


09:40  Coffee Break


10:10  Accelerate Subsurface Digital Transformation

            with the Open Subsurface Data Universe Data Platform
- Phillip Jong, Manager Data Foundation Design, Shell Global Solutions Inc.
The OSDU data platform will enable secure, reliable, global, and performant access to all subsurface data. This fully integrated data and workflow platform is the foundation to unlock more value from our data and fully enable replication and scale-up of existing digital initiatives. It will result in faster delivery of capabilities and reduce the implementation and lifecycle costs across the subsurface community.


10:35  Taking over all the data from a mature asset – A case study from Draugen
- Pål Andresen, Data Manager, Okea
  Johan Kinck, Senior Technical Advisor, IO-Data

Challenges facing for a small new company taking over a mature asset from one of the supermajors. Focus will be on the size and type of data handed over and the many types of media involved in such a process. Lessons learned and important points to bring into similar cases will form the conclusion.


11:00  The augmented geoscientist - New technology in the treasure hunt for oil & gas
- Kine Johanne Årdal, Digitalisation Manager, Pandion Energy AS
  Morten Forfang, Director of New Solutions, Computas AS

Technology paving the way for the augmented geoscientist, who with help from machines can transform the subsurface workflows and utilize a world of data for improved insights and understanding.


11:25  Wind-up and practical updates by Sun Lehmann, Equinor


11:30  Lunch  -  12:30  Parallell Session starts (Link to Work Stream Program)

Plenary Program Wednesday 18. September 

Session Managers: Elin Lorentzen, NPD and Lars Gåseby, Shell



11:45  Trust and Betrayal – Creating and Maintaining Dependable Sources of Truth

- Jay Hollingsworth, Chief Technology Officer, Energistics

The Role of Metadata in Maintaining User Confidence in Data Assets


12:10  Digitalization - From strategy to reality - Lesson learnt  (TBC)

- Landmark - Keynote


12:35  Digitalization - From strategy to reality - Lesson learnt  (TBC)

- Schlumberger - Keynote


13:00  Wind-up and way-forward, Sun Lehmann, Equinor


13:10  Lunch





























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