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2nd Doing More With Production Data

Developing expertise on working with production data - from well head to financial systems
NOK 1000 (GBP 100)
Magnus Svensson
» Lead System Consultant
» Dong Energy
Henri Blondelle
» VP Global Business Development
» CGG Data Management Services

Wednesday, May 7, 2014
Norwegian Petroleum Museum

Our second "doing more with production data" conference in Stavanger on May 7 was for developing and sharing expertise on ways to make your company's production data much more accurate, organised and easier to file with regulators and joint venture partners - and see that the company credits the production data manager for the improved systems.

The conference was organised jointly with EPIM, the Stavanger based E&P Information Management Association, and included speakers from Dong Energy (on implementing standardised production reporting in Norwegian Continental Shelf); EPIM (on new requirements for productino reporting in Norway); CGG (on using DISKOS to share and distribute production data); CGI (on making all your production data available); Teradata (on better ways to manage production data).


8:30 Welcome coffee
9:15 Kari Anne Haaland Thorsen - Drilling & Production Data,
EPIM E&P Information Management Association
New requirements for production reporting to Norwegian authorities

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Kari Anne has a Ph.D in information technology for University of Stavanger. Her specialty is within semantic technologies and its applications. She is main responsible for EPIMs solutions in the Drilling and Production Data domain. Previously she has been with POSC Caesar Association, where she worked with Reference Data for the Oil and Gas Industry.

EPIM E&P Information Management Association
EPIM is as an association based on the non profit principle, initiated by Norwegian Oil and Gas Association in 2007. The objective is to utilize and make available IT solutions that facilitate the best possible flow of information between the users.Participants are operators of exploration permits, production and transport licenses and of joint ventures involved in activities on the NCS.
9:45 Magnus Svensson - Lead System Consultant
Dong Energy
Implementation of standardized production reporting on the NCS, what to watch out for

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Talk Description.
This talk will focus on

· Implementation of the standardized production reporting format on the NCS as required by the government going forward
· Challenges that will come during you implementation
· Benefits of doing this for your internal business processes
Magnus Svensson's specialty is within the raw production domain focusing on standardization and optimization of data exchange and use of new IT technologies on the Norwegian continental shelf (e.g. semantic web technologies),

He has been working with production reporting (PRODML, standardization on the Norwegian continental shelf) and the optimization of data exchange between operators, partners and the government

Dong Energy
DONG Energy was founded in 2006 when six Danish energy companies merged: DONG, Elsam, ENERGI E2, Nesa, Copenhagen Energy, and Frederiksberg Forsyning. The merger brought together a wide breadth of experience, resources, and activities, including: Oil and natural gas exploration and production, Electricity generation at power stations and renewable energy facilities, Gas and electricity distribution, Sales and energy consulting
10:15 Henri Blondelle - VP Global Business Development
CGG Data Management Services
Using DISKOS to share and distribute production data

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Henri Blondelle is a geologist by education. He started is professional career in the 80’s at the early days of the workstation development with BP then with CGG-Petrosystems. In the 2000’s he developed a data management services branch within a French O&G service company named Ipedex. In 2012, he moved back to CGG in order to participate to the integration of the Data Management Services department coming from Fugro Geosciences into CGG. He is acting now as the Business Development Manager of this activity.

CGG Data Management Services
CGG ( is a global geoscience technology leader. Employing around 4,600 people worldwide, CGG provides a comprehensive range of data, products, services and equipment that supports the discovery and responsible management of the Earth's natural resources.
10:45 Coffee
11:15 _ - Business development manager
Making all your production data available

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Founded in 1976, CGI is a global IT and business process services provider delivering high-quality business consulting, systems integration and managed services. With 68,000 professionals in 40 countries, CGI has an industry-leading track record of delivering 95% of projects on-time and on-budget, aligning our teams with clients' business strategies to achieve top-to-bottom line results.
11:45 Aurelien Guichard - senior industry consultant oil and gas
Doing more with production data

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Aurelien is Senior Industry Consultant, Oil & Gas with Teradata focused on enabling the "data-centric" energy company.

With a proven business, technical, and operational skillset in the Oil & Gas industry, he currently delivers business development insight in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa, leveraging his business skills coupled with his specialized skills in reservoir engineering, seismic, and well testing.

Aurelien has worked with clients across geographies, e.g., Anadarko, BP, Cepsa, Chevron, Devon, Exxon, Newfield, Pemex, Petrobras, Shell, Statoil, Total, Wintershall.

A graduate from Texas A&M University and Ecole Speciale des Travaux Publics, he also completed his MBA program at Tulane University with a concentration in Finance.

Teradata helps companies get more value from data than any other company. Our big data analytics solutions and team of experts can help your company gain a sustainable competitive advantage with data. Teradata helps organizations leverage all of their data so they can know more about their business and do more of what's really important. With more than 10,000 professionals in 43 countries, Teradata serves top companies across oil and gas, utilities, automotive, financial services, healthcare, communication, sconsumer goods, and more. A future-focused company, Teradata is recognized by industry analysts for technological excellence, sustainability, ethics, and business value. Visit
12:15 Panel discussion with all morning speakers
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13:00 Lunch
14:00 Close
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