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


'Digital Transformation - from Vision to Reality'

 

Program Committee

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Sun Lehmann (Committee Chair), Equinor

Sun is working in Equinor as an Leading Engineer within Enterprise Data Management. She holds 3 years of Data Management experience from the Norwegian Hydrographic office and 7 years drilling services experience prior to Data Management positions for Statoil since 2008. This includes advisory posistions since 2011 and member in the Blue Book Work Group and Diskos Well Comitte. In Enterprise DM the focus is now shifted to the whole company. Sun holds an M.Sc in Petroleum GeoScience from NTNU in 1998. Sun

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Lars Gåseby, Shell

Lars is working in Shell as Technical Data Management Advisor in Shells global technology organization. He has been working in the industry since 1989 in Schlumberger, ConocoPhillips and Shell. His current focus is how to automate data management processes and supporting digitalization initiatives. He is board member of ECIM and is chairing the board for Society for Petroleum Data Managers (www.societypdm.com). He has a M.Sc. from UiO.  Lars

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Elin Aabø Lorentzen, NPD

Elin is the deputy Manager of the Diskos Joint Venture for storage of petroleum technical data on the NCS. Elin has worked in the NPD since 2003 in a variety of roles within document management, information management and IT-related projects. From 2011 she has been a part of the Diskos Management Team. Elin has a B. Sc in Library and Information Science.   Elin

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Reidar Kalvig, ECIM

Reidar is the chairman and secretary of Stiftelsen ECIM. He has been a part of ECIM since the establishment of the organisation back to 2003. The first conference held by ECIM was in 2004 with focus on 'Value creation and data management'. The same year ECIM got a leading role in the continuation of the User Group meeting in Haugesund that had been going on for 8 years at that time. This conference is now established as the most important annual E&P IM and Data Management Conference in Europe.  Reidar

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Lorien Innes, ESRI

A geologist by training, Lorien Innes has been working in the petroleum industry since 1996, in roles ranging from GIS and data management to sales & marketing and business development. She has carried out overseas assignments in Africa, the Middle East, Far East and Europe. 
Lorien is currently Business Development Manager for Natural Resources at Esri, and is a member of the European PUG steering committee.  Lorien

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Pierrick Gaudin, Total S.A.

After an M.Sc in Digital Geosciences (Nancy-2005) and 8 years in CGG first as a Geophysicist then as a Software Architect, Pierrick is now working as a Data Architect in Total to build an Enterprise Data Model. This project is based on retrieving and gathering of all the Logical Data Models involved in the Company and consolidating them in a unified vision. Acting as a gateway between Business and IT, and faced with firmly entrenched silos, he contributed to set up, and now leads, a cross-entities team that aims to set up and implement the Data Governance Program.   Pierrick

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Eirik Time, Equinor

Eirik Time is working in Equinor as a Leading Researcher within the Digital Subsurface Programme. He has over 25 years of technical and leadership experience in the IT and oil industry by holding varying roles; SW developer, project leader, leading adviser roles, CISO, IT manager, line manager and AI specialist. His theoretical background is a M.Sc. in Information and Computer Science from NTH (NTNU), specialization within AI. He has worked in Equinor since 1997.  Eirik

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Daniel Brown, Common Data Access Limited

Daniel joined CDA in 2014, working with UK Licensees and with the Oil and Gas Authority to implement the new UK legal regime for the retention, reporting, and disclosure of information and physical samples. This culminated in the launch of the UK NDR, operated by CDA, in March 2019. Daniel has been working in data and information since 1998, and in oil and gas since 2004. Daniel

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Brit Berg, Halliburton-Landmark

Brit Berg is working in Halliburton-Landmark as the leader of Landmark Services in Norway. She has 25+ years of experience in the Research, IT and oil industry, and with roles as software developer, project manager and service manager. She is a qualified civil engineer having studied Computer Science at the University of Strathclyde (Glasgow).  Brit

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Klaus Eder, Schlumberger
Klaus is currently working in Schlumberger as Geoscience Business Owner, based in Stavanger, Norway. Klaus has been working in the industry for nearly 20 years in various technical roles in geophysics & geology in different countries. Klaus holds an M.Eng in Applied Geoscience from the University of Leoben, Austria. Klaus

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