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Mike Herbert and Roar Fjellheim

Roar Fjellheim is a director of business development at Computas. He is educated at NTNU (control engineering) and worked at CERN and Det Norske Veritas before co-founding Computas in 1985. Current responsibilities include managing the Integrated Operations service area, business development and project management. He is also an adjunct professor of Computer Science at the University of Oslo.

Mike Herbert is the Integrated Operations Advisor for ConocoPhillips in Norway. Main responsibilities include the planning and implementation of the ODC (Onshore Drilling Centre) concept, and other Integrated Operation (IO) processes.

He currently manages all Drilling IO R&D projects within ConocoPhillips Norway, and is involved in several IO strategies and initiatives for the Company.

He started his career with Sperry Sun in 1980 as a Field engineer. He has worked in several positions within the Company including several Field positions including that of a Directional Driller. In 1995 he started as a Directional Drilling Co-ordinator. In 2000 he joined Phillips Petroleum Company Norway as a Senior Specialist Drilling Engineer.

Mike has lead one of the work groups of the OLF‘s Integrated Work Processes within Integrated Operations on the NCS. He has been involved with, OG21, where he led the IO Technology Target area group, Petromaks and other similar National strategies and initiatives.

He also is a keen explorer and likes cold places, and in 2009 he successfully spent 4 weeks on a Russian expedition to Antarctica. Now that was an integrated operation!

Mr Herbert holds a Degree in Oceanography, Maritime Science, and Engineering

All Video Presentations from Mike Herbert and Roar Fjellheim

Collaboration for improved decision making in drilling
People and the digital oilfield
Thursday, October 20, 2011


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