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REGISTER NOW! Customer Service Hotline: (65) 6508 2401
Organised by:Media Partners:
27–28 SEPTEMBER 2010
MANDARIN ORCHARD, SINGAPORE
www.ibc-asia.com/subseaconference
Bill Tinapple
Executive Director of Petroleum
,
Government of Western Australia,Department of Minesand Petroleum
Massimo Fontolan
Vice President Commercial North Atlantic 
,
Saipem Ltd
Durga Murti
Superintendent, Asset Integrity Division
,
Chevron InternationalExploration andProduction
 Jose Soto
Senior Technology  Advisor, Subsea Safety Systems,
Halliburton, USA
Frank Lim
Principal Director 
,
2H OffshoreEngineering
Franck Legerstee
Project Manager,Offshore Oil & Gas RulesDevelopment 
,
Bureau Veritas
Mads Hjelmeland
 Area Manager 
,
Framo EngineeringAsia Pacific Sdn Bhd
 The new paradigm for safety in subseaoperations
 Trends in deepwater inspection,maintenance and repair
Developments in asset integritymanagement for deep sea equipment
Case studies and new solutions ontechnology adoption from top field operators
Project showcase on innovation and newtechnologies in subsea operations
Advances in ROVs and AUVs
Subsea boosting and processing
Changing parameters for Integrated Subseainfrastructure and field development
27–28 SEPTEMBER 2010
MANDARIN ORCHARD, SINGAPORE
Catch the Early Bird
Book by 13 August and SAVE!
29 September 2010 | 9am 12pm
Optimising Lifecycleof Flexible Risers andFlowlines
Sinang Bulawan
Vice President OperationSupport,
BP Migas (ExecutiveAgency for Upstream Oil& Gas Activities, TheRepublic of Indonesia)
 
REGISTER TODAY!
Tel:
(65) 6508 2401
Fax back to:
(65) 6508 2407
Web:
www.ibc-asia.com/subseaconference
Safety and reliability are in the spotlight, and not withoutreason. The continued move into deepwater projects is posingnew and increased challenges. Post the Deepwater Horizonincident, BP has pointed out an urgent need to develop a moreeffective deepwater subsea intervention capability, and a needto ensure that companies work with contractors in ways thatmean risks are fully understood and managed.Using a range of international case studies, the
SubseaOperations and Technology
conference will showcaseoperational innovation, technology adoption and risk management principles impacting safety and reliability.
Understand new safety and reliability benchmarks put inplace by regulators and field operators
Make subsea production more reliable and profitable byadopting the right technology
Learn the latest regulatory policies and deepwater projectsof Australia and South East Asia
Appreciate how oil and gas companies are partnering withcontractors to manage deepwater project challenges
Keep up to date with latest innovations and applications inDeepwater IRM
Enhance subsea intervention capabilities from newtechnology and through learnings from global case studies
Reduce financial risk and liability from disrupted fieldoperationsSpeaking opportunities are available and are a perfect wayto demonstrate the success of your product / service. If youwish to present a case study on that latest innovation, or wantto talk about a new solution, contact Catherine Wong at
+65 6508 2469
or email
catherine.wong@ibcasia.com.sg
.
Directors, GMs of SubseaOperations / ProductionHeads of ExplorationChief FinanceOfficersChief  TechnicalOfficersEngineering andOperations HeadsPipeline and SubseaEngineersMarine Operations andAsset ManagersProject DirectorsWellConstructionand FlowAssuranceSpecialistsElectricaland ProcessSpecialistsMarine andInstallationEngineersHeads of Procurement
08.30
Registration & Coffee
08.55
Chairman’s Opening Remarks
The New Paradigm in Safety and Reliability
09.00
Keynote Address:Indonesia Deepwater Projects and PolicyUpdate on New Safety and Environment RegulationSinang Bulawan
,
Vice President Operation Support 
,
BP Migas(Executive Agency for Upstream Oil and Gas Activities, TheRepublic of Indonesia)
09.30
Keynote Address:Western Australia Deep Water Activitiesand Regulatory ApproachBill Tinapple
,
Executive Director of Petroleum
,
Government of Western Australia, Department of Mines and Petroleum
10.00
Questions and Discussion
Followed by Morning Refreshments
10.30
Subsea Safety Systems Applications
Challenges in deepwater activitiesWell control equipment for completion and intervention activitiesSubsea well access and control technologyEquipment developed for safety
Jose Soto
,
Senior Technology Advisor, Subsea Safety Systems
,
Halliburton, USA
11.00
Industry Dialogue: Deepwater IRM – Defining the CriticalSuccess Factors
Scope of work and inspection schemesIRM methodologyROV capabilities and limitsIntegrity management
Panelists:
Tim Clark 
,
Vice President Asia Pacific 
,
Canyon Offshore Inc.Jose Soto
,
Senior Technology Advisor, Subsea Safety Systems
,
Halliburton, USADurga Murti
,
Superintendent, Asset Integrity Division
,
ChevronInternational Exploration and ProductionMassimo Fontolan
,
Vice President Commercial North Atlantic 
,
Saipem Ltd
12.00
Questions and Discussion
Followed by Networking Lunch
Designing for Operability and Integrity
14.00
Measuring the Impact of Subsea Integrity Management onField Economics
Considerations of IM early in field developmentCombining risk and reliabilityThe value of monitoring in conjunction with inspectionDevelopment of suitable Technical and System PerformancemeasuresEmergency preparednessCompetency of personnel
Frank Lim
,
Principal Director 
,
2H Offshore Engineering
14.45
Subsea Asset Integrity Management at Chevron
The need for a comprehensive risk coverage with a just trade-off between the costs and risksInherent risks in subsea operations; identification and mitigationplans, prioritization and mitigation of risksRight tools and philosophy for Risk Based Assessment (RBA)Desirable skills sets/ qualifications and experience for an idealIntegrity Management Team;Roles/ responsibilities and the inter/intra-department coordinationmatrix
Durga Murti
,
Superintendent, Asset Integrity Division
,
ChevronInternational Exploration and Production
Day 1
27 September 2010, Monday
C A S ESTUDY
 
REGISTER TODAY!
Tel:
(65) 6508 2401
Fax back to:
(65) 6508 2407
Web:
www.ibc-asia.com/subseaconference
15.30
Questions and Discussion
Followed by Afternoon Refreshments
Case Studies in Subsea Monitoring and Repair
16.00
Emergency Pipeline Repair Systems in Deepwater
Complexities in deploying pipeline repair capabilitiesTechnologies involvedCase history of a catastrophic damage occurred on a gas pipelinessystemEmergency response and repair operationsThe right repair technology, systems and services for cases of damages in deep water.
Massimo Fontolan
,
Vice President Commercial North Atlantic 
,
Saipem Ltd
16.30
Use of Spread Spectrum Acoustic technology for SubseaControl and Monitoring Applications
Application for emergency Subsea BOP disconnectFull monitoring and control of Subsea BOPs using acoustics as aback up to umbilicals.Life of field applications
John Macleod
,
Director 
,
Nautronix
17.00
End of Day One followed by Networking Cocktail
08.55
Chairman’s Opening Remarks
09.00
Shifting Trends in the Subsea Industry – Asia and Worldwide
Trends and impact of the global energy scenarioNew deepwater opportunities in AsiaField developments, timeline and technology neededTechnical challenges as the industry goes deeper
Luke Davis
,
 Analyst – Business Strategy and Analysis
,
InfieldSystems
Optimising Subsea Production Systems
9.45
Developing Synergies between Rigid, Flexible and UmbilicalManufacturing and Installation
Delivering quality at a new flexible pipe manufacturing facilityThe importance of Site Integration Testing (SIT) to ensure integrityon subsea development projectsStock pipe philosophies for emergency replacement of flowlinesand risersDeveloping a regional hub for SURF manufacturing and installationoperations
Brett Howard
,
Business Development Manager, Subsea Division
,
Technip, Malaysia
10.30
Questions and Discussion
Followed by Morning Refreshments
11.15
Technical Qualification of Subsea Equipment
Materials selection and requirementsStandardisation of Subsea equipment across vendorsTesting of equipment and mitigating associated risk 
Franck Legerstee
,
Project Manager, Offshore Oil & Gas RulesDevelopment 
,
Bureau Veritas
12.00
Deepwater operations in Chevron “Agbami” – Nigeria
Project overviewThe Landing String SystemHistory / track record to dateOperational Efficiencies
 
Graham Cheyne
,
Subsea Director 
,
Expro Group
12.30
Questions and Discussion
Followed by Networking Lunch
Day 2
28 September 2010, Tuesday
Didier Hanonge
Didier began his career in 1991 with Bureau Veritas working onthe certification of rigid and flexible riser systems. In 1997 he joined Technip’s technical centre for flexible pipe in Le Trait asa test engineer, working on cutting edge developmentprogrammes for deepwater applications. From 2002 to 2007 heheld various engineering management roles in the sametechnical division before moving to Perth to act as lead flexibleengineer on a number of key projects, including Kikeh.
Post Conference Workshop
|
29 September 2010 ; 9am – 12pm
Optimising Lifecycle of FlexibleRisers and Flowlines
A crucial component for managing flow assurance and overall subseaoperations, risers and flowlines are the nerve centre of a field. Our expertfacilitator will take you through the essential technical and operationalbenchmarks critical for optimising their performance.Design and Installation of Flexible Flowlines and RisersIntegrity Management, Monitoring and MaintenanceDamage, Degradation and Failure ModesReliability, Reusability and Repair
About Your Workshop Leader
C A S ESTUDYC A S ESTUDYC A S ESTUDYC A S ESTUDY
Technical Challenges and Technology Update
14.00
The Subsea Challenge: Is Technology Keeping Pace withDeepwater Developments?
Deepwater and ultra deepwater developmentsEmerging safety and reliability challengesEssential technology requirements – where are the gaps?Managing technical, commercial and operational requirementsWhat is the future of Subsea?
Panelists:
Franck Legerstee
,
Project Manager, Offshore Oil & Gas RulesDevelopment 
,
Bureau VeritasMads Hjelmeland
,
 Area Manager 
,
Framo Engineering AsiaPacific Sdn BhdRichard Binks
,
Offshore Business Director 
,
SonardyneInternationalBrett Howard
,
Business Development Manager, Subsea Division
,
Technip, Malaysia
Dr. Arun Kr. Dev, Newcastle University MarineInternational
,
Immediate Past Chairman
,
The Joint Branchof RINA and IMarEST in Singapore
14.45
Increased Oil and Gas Recovery by Subsea Processing
Prospect of IOR by implementation of subsea processing techniquesDetailed overview of Subsea boosting systemsCase Studies demonstrating significant increase in production
Mads Hjelmeland
,
 Area Manager 
,
Framo Engineering AsiaPacific Sdn Bhd
15.30
Questions and Discussion
Followed by Afternoon Refreshments
16.00
Driving Reliability with Advanced TechnologyRichard Binks
,
Offshore Business Director 
,
SonardyneInternational
16.30
Subsea Condition Monitoring / Instrumentation, Past,Present and FutureOlav Brakstad
,
Sales Manager 
,
ClampOn AS
17.00
Questions and Discussion
Chairman’s Closing Remarks
End of Conference
C A S ESTUDYC A S ESTUDYC A S ESTUDY

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