Reservoir monitoring - finding more oil & gas!

get the most out of your reservoir with the latest monitoring technology

Wednesday, June 13, 2012, Stavanger, Norwegian Petroleum Museum

This free half day conference at the Norwegian Petroleum Museum, Stavanger, presents new technology which will help you reduce the hassle and risk of monitoring reservoirs which are in production.

You can learn about developments with in-well fibre optics, wireless seismic receivers on land and seabed for monitoring reservoirs in production, permanent fibre seismic recordong in the seabed, and assessing rock property changes during production.

This event is designed for geophysicists, geologists, petrophysicists, reservoir engineers, well integrity managers and production engineers. Produced and chaired by David Bamford, a past head of geophysics at BP and head of BP Norway.

Limited places - register now to secure yours.

Topics include

Advances in what you can do with in-well fibre optics (understand flow, spot leaks);

Using wireless seismic receivers ("nodes") on both seabed and land,

Permanent fibre seismic recording on the seabed with reduced costs,

Understanding how rock properties are changing as the reservoir is produced.

Agenda

9:00 Arrivals and Registration

9:30

David Bamford - Director - Finding Petroleum

Welcome & Introduction


David Bamford is 63. He is a non-executive director at Tullow Oil plc and has various roles with Parkmead Group plc, PARAS Ltd and New Eyes Exploration Ltd, and runs his own consultancy. He writes regular articles for OilVoice and ROGTEC and is a co-founder of Finding Petroleum.

He retired from BP in 2003, after a 23 year career spent initially in research & technology, then the geophysics function, business unit leadership, and finally BP's global exploration programme.

Finding Petroleum
Finding Petroleum was established to help the oil and gas industry network, and stay up to date on the latest technological developments. It does this via hosting regular events, distributing their colour magazine - Digital Energy Journal, and with an online social network of nearly 700 members.
9:40

Hans Kristian Hegland - Vice President - Ziebel AS

Ziebel Distributed Sensing: Reservoir Live!


Ziebel AS
Ziebel is a group of innovative people with proven experience building business around new technologies.

Ziebel focuses on having strong management with relevant industry experience, and we have succeeded in engaging some of the most experienced personnel in our industry. We have knowledge and practical experience in all wellbore related technologies and methods, subsea technologies, reservoir and production engineering, QA, HSE, finance and management.

Ziebel has quickly grown into the leading technology and service company focusing on new technology and new methods for improved reservoir knowledge and drainage, where our game changing (and now commercial) intervention method Z-System is our main focus.
10:15

Graham Gaston - VP Oil & Gas - Fotech Solutions Ltd

Distributed Acoustic Sensing - Sound at the Speed of Light


Fotech Solutions Ltd
Fotech provides distributed acoustic data to the energy and security sectors. Based in the UK, USA and Canada, the venture-capital-funded company brings together talents from the energy sector, academic research and information technology. With decades of expertise within these core industries, Fotech has managed to clearly identify primary markets for acoustic fibre technology and deliver a solution, known simply as Helios, for perimeter/pipeline security and oil&gas production monitoring.
10:50 Coffee & Tea

11:15

David Bamford on behalf of S Crampin & K Heffer - - New Eyes Exploration

Reservoir Dynamics and the New Geophysics


New Eyes Exploration
New Eyes Exploration, founded by David Bamford, explores new ways to discover Oil and Gas.
11:50

Carl Berg - Business Development Director, Reservoir Solutions - Stingray Geophysical Ltd

Lifetime Stability and Reliability of Fibre-optic Sensing Technology Holds Great Potential for Permanent Reservoir Monitoring


Carl Berg has more than 18 years of experience in the oil and gas industry working with exploration and production geophysics. He has held senior management, staff and advisory positions with CGG Veritas, Wavefield Inseis, Statoil and ExxonMobil, prior to which he held field positions at PGS and Geco. Carl has also been involved in the Ekofisk LoFS project with fibre-optic technology. He has an MSc in Geo-Acoustics and Geophysics from the Norwegian Institute of Technology, and is a member of the EAGE, SEG and SPE. A core member of the Reservoir Solutions team, Carl is based in the Asker, Norway office of TGS.

Stingray Geophysical Ltd
Stingray Geophysical, a TGS Company, provides advanced Permanent Reservoir Monitoring (PRM) solutions to the global oil and gas industry, enabling increased production and recoverable reserves at lower through-life cost and risk through improved reservoir management strategies. By 'listening with light®' using Stingray's reliable, permanently installed fibre-optic sensing arrays, oil companies benefit from high quality, cost-effective and repeatable seismic on demand in all field scenarios. Together with its global network of trusted partners, and as a part of TGS, Stingray delivers complete, integrated seismic PRM from planning, through active and passive seismic acquisition, to processing and reservoir solutions.
12:25

Chris Walker - - Fairfield Nodal

Permanent Monitoring - do it with nodes!


Fairfield Nodal
Tight spaces. Sensitive environments. Harsh conditions. Elusive hydrocarbons. We know what you're up against. For over 30 years, FairfieldNodal has developed, manufactured and put to the test exclusive nodal seismic data systems and technology that help clients around the globe streamline operations and achieve more definitive answers with less risk. On land and at sea.

While we're known for our vast library of non-exclusive data in the Gulf of Mexico, we've also become the preeminent pros in node technology as a result. Our proprietary ZNodal technology is behind everything we do, and we do a lot. Count on FairfieldNodal for products, services and people prepared to help you tackle any terrain and marine depth.
13:00 Raffle Prize Draw, followed by Lunch & refreshments

Sponsors of this event

GeoExpro
GEO ExPro is an interdisciplinary magazine and online publication which explains, clarifies and discusses geoscience and technology in an easy-to-read manner, allowing busy professionals to rapidly catch up on industry developments within the disciplines of Geology, Geophysics and Reservoir Engineering. The wide range of abundantly illustrated articles mean that there is something of interest for everybody involved in the exploration and production of oil and gas resources throughout the world; from the Arctic to the Sahara, and from recent technological advances to emerging new frontiers.

Stingray Geophysical Ltd
Stingray Geophysical, a TGS Company, provides advanced Permanent Reservoir Monitoring (PRM) solutions to the global oil and gas industry, enabling increased production and recoverable reserves at lower through-life cost and risk through improved reservoir management strategies. By 'listening with light®' using Stingray's reliable, permanently installed fibre-optic sensing arrays, oil companies benefit from high quality, cost-effective and repeatable seismic on demand in all field scenarios. Together with its global network of trusted partners, and as a part of TGS, Stingray delivers complete, integrated seismic PRM from planning, through active and passive seismic acquisition, to processing and reservoir solutions.

Halliburton
Founded in 1919, Halliburton is one of the world's largest providers of products and services to the energy industry. With approximately 50,000 employees representing 140 nationalities, and operations in approximately 70 countries, the company serves the upstream oil and gas industry throughout the lifecycle of the reservoir - from locating hydrocarbons and managing geological data, to drilling and formation evaluation, well construction, completion and production optimization. Visit the company's website at www.halliburton.com. Connect with Halliburton on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube.


Stingray Geophysical Ltd
Stingray Geophysical, a TGS Company, provides advanced Permanent Reservoir Monitoring (PRM) solutions to the global oil and gas industry, enabling increased production and recoverable reserves at lower through-life cost and risk through improved reservoir management strategies. By 'listening with light®' using Stingray's reliable, permanently installed fibre-optic sensing arrays, oil companies benefit from high quality, cost-effective and repeatable seismic on demand in all field scenarios. Together with its global network of trusted partners, and as a part of TGS, Stingray delivers complete, integrated seismic PRM from planning, through active and passive seismic acquisition, to processing and reservoir solutions.

Halliburton
Founded in 1919, Halliburton is one of the world's largest providers of products and services to the energy industry. With approximately 50,000 employees representing 140 nationalities, and operations in approximately 70 countries, the company serves the upstream oil and gas industry throughout the lifecycle of the reservoir - from locating hydrocarbons and managing geological data, to drilling and formation evaluation, well construction, completion and production optimization. Visit the company's website at www.halliburton.com. Connect with Halliburton on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube.


Exhibition Stands

Stingray Geophysical Ltd
Stingray Geophysical, a TGS Company, provides advanced Permanent Reservoir Monitoring (PRM) solutions to the global oil and gas industry, enabling increased production and recoverable reserves at lower through-life cost and risk through improved reservoir management strategies. By 'listening with light®' using Stingray's reliable, permanently installed fibre-optic sensing arrays, oil companies benefit from high quality, cost-effective and repeatable seismic on demand in all field scenarios. Together with its global network of trusted partners, and as a part of TGS, Stingray delivers complete, integrated seismic PRM from planning, through active and passive seismic acquisition, to processing and reservoir solutions.

Halliburton
Founded in 1919, Halliburton is one of the world's largest providers of products and services to the energy industry. With approximately 50,000 employees representing 140 nationalities, and operations in approximately 70 countries, the company serves the upstream oil and gas industry throughout the lifecycle of the reservoir - from locating hydrocarbons and managing geological data, to drilling and formation evaluation, well construction, completion and production optimization. Visit the company's website at www.halliburton.com. Connect with Halliburton on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube.


Registered Delegates

Knut Henrik Jakobsson
Senior Advisor in petroleum geology and foreign aid projects management
The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate
Norway
Graham Gaston
Director
G Gaston Ltd.
United Kingdom
Alexander Rozhko
Senior Reservoir Geomechanics Engineer
Schlumberger
Norway
Terje Holten
senior geophysicist
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Norway
Alice Johannessen
Geodata engineer
Geograf
Norway
Davood Mesgari
Lead Reservoir Engineer
Senergy AS
Norway
Fidan Traufetter
Senior Petrophysicist
A/S Norske Shell
Norway
Prashant Bajpayee
Research engineer
Geograf AS
Norway
Davood Mesgari
Lead Reservoir Engineer
Senergy AS
Norway
Vanessa Mendoza Barron
Petrophysicist
A/S Norske Shell
Norway
terje lexau
Business Segment Manager
Halliburton
Norway
Remy de Winter
Petrophysicist
Shell U.K.
United Kingdom
Per-Ingar Auberg
Geoscientist
Aker Geo
Arve Oftedal
Project Manager
Halliburton
Norway
Hans Martin Helset
Senior research scientist
SINTEF Petroleumsforskning AS
Norway
Jan Arild Asbjørnsen
CEO
Avito Consulting AS
Norway
Elisabeth Balchen Gundersen
Account Representative
Halliburton
Norway
Christian Selmer
CEO
Skeie Energy
Yoseph Ghezai
Reservoir Application Manager
Baker Hughes
Norway
Anton Shchipanov

IRIS
Norway
Rune Johnsen
Senior Software Engineer
TGS
Norway
John Campbell
Product Line Manager
Baker Hughes
Norway
Peder Pedersen
Project Leader
Island Offshore Subsea AS
Norway
Rajib Ahsan
PhD Research Fellow
University of Stavanger
Norway
Jeremy Goonting
Petrophysicist
Conocophillips
Norway
Johanna Rasmussen
Petrophysicist
Logtek
Norway
Vadood Azadegan
Reservoir engineer
Ziebel
mehmet fidan

conocophillips
Norway
Joanna Slysz-Kaluza
Petrophysicist
Logtek AS
Norway
Hans Kristian Hegland
Vice President
Ziebel
Norway
Karl Jeffery
Editor
Digital Energy Journal
United Kingdom
Anne Gerd Raffn
Advisor RE
Norway Well AS
Norway
Phillip Keul
Reservoir engineer
Ziebel
Kjell Oddvar Rørvik
Geophysicist
DONG Energy
Norway
John Even Lindgård
Senior Geophysicist
Octio
Norway
Frode Hveding
Vice President Reservoir Applications
Ziebel
Carl Fredrik Gyllenhammar
Snr.Exploration Advisor
Edison
Norway
Knut Olav Hettervik
Advisor Reservoir Technology
OREC AS
Zana Pepaj
Reservoir Engineer
Ziebel
Johan Leutscher
Sr Geophysicist
Eni Norge
Norway
Adolfo Henriquez
Advisor
Petoro
Norway
Hanne Christine Seyffarth
Reservoir engineer
Ziebel
Steve Tarran

Eni Norge AS
Norway
Marcin Kaluza
Senior Geophysicist
Pss-GEO AS
Norway
Alex Rodrigo Valdes
Reservoir Engineer
Ziebel
Christopher Walker
Chief Geophysicist
FairfieldNodal
United Kingdom
Roy MacKinnon
Geophysicist
PSS-Geo AS
Norway
Stig Hognestad
CEO
Ziebel
Norway
Adam Marmaras
Event Organiser
Finding Petroleum
United Kingdom
Kim Gunn Maver
VP Sales and Marketing
RXT
Norway