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OPENING CEREMONY: OPENING KEYNOTE WELCOME KEYNOTE WELCOME ADDRESS PLENARY SESSION 1: E&P 2.0: SHAPING THE FUTURE MODERATOR SPEAKERS PLENARY SESSION 2: E&P 2.0: TRANSFORMING THE INDUSTRY TO BE'FIT@50' MODERATOR SPEAKERS PANEL SESSION 1: RADICAL NEW IDEAS: INNOVATION BEYOND THE LIMITS MODERATOR SPEAKERS Executive Vice President, Technical and Competitive IT PANEL SESSION 2: PROJECT MANAGEMENT: GETTING IT RIGHT MODERATOR SPEAKERS Vice President Development Deepwater and Heavy Oil, RDS Chief Petroleum Engineer PANEL SESSION 3: BOOSTING EFFICIENCY IN E&P MODERATOR SPEAKERS DS Marketing and Technology Manager, and Schlumberger Scientific Advisor PANEL SESSION 4: COLLABORATION 2.0--REINVENTING THE E&P INDUSTRY MODERATOR Executive Manager, Acquisitions and Divestments PETROBRAS SPEAKERS PANEL SESSION 5: SUCCESSFUL STRATEGIES FOR MITIGATING THE EFFECT OF BOOM AND BUST MODERATOR ABU DHABI COMPANY FOR ONSHORE PETROLEUM OPERATIONS LIMITED (ADCO) SPEAKERS PANEL SESSION 6: THE NEXT GENERATION (YP 2.0): TALENT MANAGEMENT FOR FUTURE ENERGY MODERATOR Assistant to Vice President, Petroleum Engineering and Development SPEAKERS VP & General Manager Operations, Qatar, Pakistan and Yemen Vice President Talent and Capability Management ABU DHABI COMPANY FOR ONSHORE PETROLEUM OPERATIONS LIMITED (ADCO REGIONAL INTEREST SPECIAL SESSION 1: BIG DATA, ANALYTICS AND IMPACT MODERATOR SPEAKERS Manager Petroleum Engineering Application Services Department Vice President Subsurface & Wells Software Technical and Competitive IT Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer REGIONAL INTEREST SPECIAL SESSION 2: HOW IS ACADEMIA MANAGING IN A CYCLIC ENVIRONMENT? HOW IS ACADEMIA MANAGING IN A CYCLIC ENVIRONMENT?
Schedule Session Details Expand All Collapse All Filter By Date All Dates Sunday, April 15 Monday, April 16 Tuesday, April 17 Wednesday, April 18 Filter By Session Type All Sessions General Activities Social and Networking Events Technical Sessions Panel, Plenary, and Special Sessions Training Course/Seminar Sunday, April 15 08:00 - 17:00 Seminar: The Sustainability Imperative - Making the Case and Driving Change Ticketed Event Instructor(s) Johana Dunlop, SPE Board Member and SPE HSE Technical Director, Affiliate-Schlumberger Professional Societies Program; Linda Batallora, Teaching Professor, Petroleum Engineering, Colorado School of Mines The objective of this course is to provide participants with tools, techniques, and knowledge for immediate use to help operators maintain project value through sustainability. A fundamental principle underpins this course: securing and maintaining license to operate (as well as growing the commercial value beyond this minimum threshold) extends well beyond legislative requirements and regulatory permitting. It encompasses not only the mitigation of adverse social and environmental impacts but also the advancement of financial, societal, and environmental benefits via the execution of strong sustainability performance. Cost: SPE Member USD 787.50 Nonmember USD 945 Register Now ► 08:00 - 17:00 Seminar: Process Safety for E&P Operations Ticketed Event Instructor(s) Mark Hansen, Past-President and Fellow, American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) and Founder and Chairman, Business of Safety Committee This course provides a fundamental understanding of process safety techniques and how applying these techniques can improve safety, equipment reliability, environmental performance and reduce overall costs. It presents an overview of the elements comprising process safety, practical examples and how process safety can be integrated into day-to-day operations.
We have a proud safety record. Our Lost Time Injury Frequency (LTIF) rate was 37% lower than the industry average in 2016 (IOGP). HSE means keeping our people, communities, and the environment safe from harm, and ensuring the integrity of our assets and the continuity of our business. HSE is the way all of us should think and act--never leaving room for compromises, shortcuts or negotiations. Through this event, themed "Continuing HSSE-SR Excellence for a Sustainable Future", we hope to create a platform where all the industry's stakeholders, from the individual oil and gas professional to the HSE officer to the subject-matter specialist, can come together to discuss and debate current HSE systems and procedures, choose the best practices, and bring about the changes that will lead to the industry's continued success and advancement.
Welcome Message by H.E. Shaikh Mohammed bin Khalifa Al-Khalifa, Minister of Oil, Kingdom of Bahrain The reliability and sustainability of the energy sector has gone through serious challenges in recent years due to the long period of low and turbulent oil and gas prices. Other challenges such as the ever-increasing scrutiny by investors and activists and the emergence of alternative energy sources and others are adding more doubts on the resilience and reliability of the energy strategies. As a result, countries have effectively responded by deploying resilient and sustainable strategies that could survive such instabilities and uncertainties. In this session we will listen to how countries are building their energy strategies considering the current and future challenges to meet the growing energy demand to support the optimum economic growth and promote the well-being of their populations. With the increased focus on cost and efficiency in the energy sector, players in the industry increasingly deploy innovative technology to ensure the sector meets the growing demand for cleaner and sustainable energy.
This course provides a fundamental understanding of process safety techniques and how applying these techniques can improve safety, equipment reliability, environmental performance and reduce overall costs. It presents an overview of the elements comprising process safety, practical examples and how process safety can be integrated into day-to-day operations. Working and studying abroad is a huge part of the oil and gas industry and despite the impact on a professional’s career and personal life, little guidance is available for those considering the big move. At this event, we will be sharing stories from those who have gone through the same process and explore some of the benefits and difficulties of diverse working environments. Sustainability means many different things to different people. For governments, it means ensuring development that meets the needs and aspirations of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.