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2nd International Digital Oilfield Conference

Best Practices for Design and Implementation of DOF

May 23–25, 2011

Hilton Hotel, Abu Dhabi

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2011 Hilton Hotel, Abu Dhabi Officially supported by: Right Technology Integration Right Process Right People
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OVERVIEW

I ndustrial expectations estimate that demand for hydrocarbons will reach 100 million b/d by 2015. Relating this to historical spending for production growth rates implies a required capital expenditure of more than $500 billion by that time. The associated increase in field operations and engineering expertise would also place an unattainable strain of manpower resource if E&P historical models were adhered to. Hence IOCs and NOCs are turning to the introduction of DOF policies in their green and brown field business planning to meet this anticipated demand.

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DOF has been defined as a vision where operators, partners and service companies seek to take advantage of improved data and knowledge management, enhanced analytical real time systems and more efficient business models.

“Topics in the IDOC ‘10 conference programme covered a good

cross section”

Shell

It has been stated that DOF encompasses both the tools and the processes surrounding data and information management across the spectrum of upstream activities. DOF principles allow operators to access greater volumes of

data in real time for ongoing analysis to optimise asset values and performance. However, to ensure that these technologies have a positive effect on human capital efficiency depends on how they are introduced and embedded into the company’s business operations.

“Very excellent conference …

this is the future”

ADMA-OPCO

Attendees at IDOC ’10 were from:

ABB

Oracle

ADCO

Oxford Monitoring Solutions

ADMA-OPCO

PDO

ADNOC

Rosneft

ADOC

Roxar

Baker Hughes

SAIC

Emerson

SAS Institute

ExxonMobil

Saudi Aramco

GBM

Schlumberger

IHS CERA

Shell

JODC

SmartSignal Corp

KOC

Technip

Kongsberg

Tehran Energy Consultants

Matrikon

Weatherford

Microsoft

WellDynamics

NDC

Yokogawa Middle East

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ZADCO

Therefore if the DOF approach is routinely designed into the asset programme from day one and becomes a life cycle field design philosophy then successful DOF implementation overcomes any barriers to process change, technology alignment and organisation change management.

Many success stories from this DOF model exist where operators and producers now have real time and sustainable optimisation systems that handle complex production networks involving hundreds of wells.

Key benefits with DOF can be summarised as:

• Increase in oil production by 125 billion barrels

• Improvement in hydrocarbon recovery by up to 7%

• Accelerated production by up to 6%

• Reduced downtime by as much as 4%

• Operational efficiency improvement by as much as 25%

• Cost of drilling reduced by as much as 15%

WHO WILL BE ATTENDING IDOC ‘11

Those interested in real-time reservoir management, intelligent wells, real time drilling and production optimisation, collaboration centres, integrated SCADA, IT infrastructure, work process design, automation and project management, field strategic planning, data mining, and visualisation, will benefit from attendance at the Second IDOC Conference.

Statoil, for example, from their pilot experiences with the Brage and Veslefrikk fields now have a vision as to how production units operate currently and in the future.

Shell has estimated that between 2003 and 2009, $3.5 billion of net present value was generated and together with most IOCs highlight the value of the Collaborative Work Environment (CWE) which bring people together allowing them to work more effectively as a fully integrated team. The beneficial value of the Collaboration Centres has been expressed in many positive ways by Schlumberger, Halliburton, Petrobras, Statoil, BP, etc.

DOF exploitation is gaining in interest and employment also here in the Gulf countries. Saudi

DOF exploitation is gaining in interest and employment also here in the Gulf countries. Saudi Aramco have implemented their approach in integrating real time data in their upstream business processes and currently have 19 i-fields underway. They have successfully demonstrated the enhanced value in these experiences from the methodology of integrating relevant technologies, people and processes.

In Oman, PDO have recently made considerable headway in the ongoing development of their Smart Field Programme which is key to the optimal management of their growing number of wells and equipment. By 2013, twenty one of PDO’s biggest fields which contribute 80% of their output will operate on Smart Field Technology.

KOC’s plan is to identify, select and implement new technologies thus creating a total technology integration cycle with the main focus of this cycle to develop intelligent oilfields.

Intelligent Reservoir Completion Technology has recently been successfully employed in Qatar’s Al Shaheen Oilfield as QP begin to herald in their DOF intentions.

Within the ADNOC group of companies there are significant ongoing DOF programmes. Plans within ADCO are in place to operate Smart Field technology within Bab, Bu Hasa and the SAS fields over the next four years. Similarly ADMA-OPCO are planning to use intelligent technologies and R&D that could lead to 5–15% incremental recovery and other Operating Companies in the Group, particularly ZADCO, are gearing up to implement DOF in the foreseeable future.

Following on from the successful inaugural IDOC ’10 Conference, the Advisory Committee for the Second International Digital Oilfield Conference will be inviting both IOCs, NOCs, partners and suppliers to make technical presentations that display the real benefits of DOF where the success can be attributed to the fact that technology alone is not the solution and is only an enabler of enhanced performance which resulted from organisational capability development and alignment.

Organisations interested in submitting their experiences are invited to contact the IDOC Secretariat in the first instance, prior to discussion with the Advisory Committee as to their interests in presenting at this Conference.

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Presentations at the IDOC ‘11 Conference should fit within the following classification:

Instrumentation and Control Communications and Infrastructure Data Management and Infrastructure Work Flows Collaboration, Integration, Visualisation Project Management and Change

ORGANISERS

IDOC Secretariat DOME Exhibitions PO Box 52641 Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.

Secretariat DOME Exhibitions PO Box 52641 Abu Dhabi, U.A.E. Email: projects@idoc-uae.com Tel: +971 2 674 4040

Email: projects@idoc-uae.com Tel: +971 2 674 4040 Website: www.idoc-uae.com Fax: +971 2 672 1217

2 674 4040 Website: www.idoc-uae.com Fax: +971 2 672 1217 ADVISORY COMMITTEE Kamal Morsi Simon Jakeman

ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Kamal Morsi Simon Jakeman Matthew Kirkman John Condon Matt Regan Harold Grayson Javier Vergara Sajed Qayyum Rolf van Kleef Salim Busaidy Bart Stafford Phil Camp Fahad Meshal Cedric Bouleau Muhammad Ibrahim Klaus Muller Jay Manouchehri Tony Edwards Dan McLean Julia Vindasiuas Mustapha Ramadan

ADNOC ADCO ADMA-OPCO Emerson Kongsberg Halliburton Baker Hughes KOC QP PDO SAIC SAIC Saudi Aramco Schlumberger Schlumberger Shell Matrikon StepChange Global Weatherford Independent Consultant Microsoft

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VENUE

IDOC ‘11 will be held at the:

Hilton Abu Dhabi PO Box 87 Abu Dhabi, U.A.E

Tel: +971 2 681 1900 Fax: +971 2 681 1696

Abu Dhabi, U.A.E Tel: +971 2 681 1900 Fax: +971 2 681 1696 The Hilton Abu

The Hilton Abu Dhabi enjoys both an enviable setting on the beautiful Corniche overlooking the Arabian Gulf and a convenient location, being just a seven minute drive from downtown Abu Dhabi, two minutes away from Marina Mall Shopping Mall at the breakwater and minutes from Abu Dhabi International Airport.

The Hiltonia Beach Club has a 4,500m developed beach, making it one of the largest beaches in Abu Dhabi. A large range of water sports are also available including; water-skis, wakeboards and catamarans, whilst snorkelling and fishing trips can be arranged

ACCOMMODATION

The registration fee for the event does not include accommodation and delegates are responsible for making their own arrangements for accommodation.

Special arrangements have been made with the Hilton Abu Dhabi and delegates requiring accommodation will be advised of the dedicated website.

accommodation will be advised of the dedicated website. Please visit www.idoc-uae.com for regular updates BUSINESS
Please visit www.idoc-uae.com for regular updates
Please visit www.idoc-uae.com for regular updates

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES

The attendees are drawn from senior technical management, engineers and engineering staff. This event is focused on the benefits and implementation of DOF in the Middle East. Given recent developments, the Organisers are expecting an attendance figure to reflect these DOF programmes and have made plans to cater for some 250 delegates worldwide.

SPONSORSHIP

There remains a number of sponsorship opportunities still available for the Second IDOC Conference. Further details can be obtained from the IDOC Secretariat.

Key benefits for sponsors of IDOC ’11:

• Exclusive access to the key decision makers who significantly influence your organisation’s future development.

• Prestigious positioning as a leader in the Middle East alongside some of the most influential companies in the world making this event a unique opportunity to showcase your expertise.

• Personal invitations for all additional networking events including the Conference Reception and the Gala Dinner. An invaluable opportunity for you to introduce your clients to the major players in the Middle East.

• Media coverage to maximise your company’s exposure to all parties interested in DOF before, during and after IDOC ’11 through the ongoing various electronic and published media outlets.

“The technology and process improvements only deliver value when embedded in an organisation and supported by collaborative facilities and technology” Accenture

by collaborative facilities and technology” Accenture EXHIBITION Concurrently with the IDOC ‘11 Conference there

EXHIBITION

Concurrently with the IDOC ‘11 Conference there will be an exhibition of equipment and services focusing on the themes of the event. Available exhibition sites are limited and please contact the IDOC Secretariat for current stand availability.

The cost of exhibiting is US$4,200 (AED15,415) which includes:

• Fully constructed ‘shell scheme’ stand of 6 sq.m (3m x 2m)

• One table, two chairs

• Company name on fascia

• 3 spot lights

• One 13 amp power socket

Please note that exhibitors wishing to attend the Conference must register as a delegate.

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