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Hosted By EXCLUSIVE CONTENT & NETWORKING May 28-29 | Royal Sonesta, Houston OWC BLOW-OUT RESPONSE & CONTAINMENT WORKSHOP: Access the latest in well containment capping experience and technologies, including a Boots & Coots case study of an advanced well capping operation. Conference Objective: Develop an Industry Leading Well Control Program by Utilizing Latest Non-Technical Best Practices & Lessons Learned TECHNOLOGY SHOWCASE HALL: Demonstrating best in class well control services & technologies to aid your supply chain development Speakers include: Operators ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Conference Content: • Training: Industry leading training, assessment and certification program updates designed to improve barrier management, monitoring and detection for improved well control competency • Human Factors: Integrate latest expertise with your training program to improve interaction of individuals with facilities & equipment, management systems and people to enhance your HSEQ performance Drilling Contractors --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Oilfield Service Companies ----------------------------------------------------------------- • Risk Assessment: Develop a comprehensive risk assessment strategy covering barrier management and the operator / contractor interface to mitigate the risk of blow-outs • Well Control Planning: Share latest industry experience on hazard analysis, emergency response and oil spill planning to secure your organizations culture of preparedness • Equipment & BOP Reliability: Improve equipment reliability by utilizing best practice experience for risk assessment, certification and maintenance initiatives to mitigate failures TO REGISTER NOW CLICK HERE Well Control Specialists ----------------------------------------------------------------------
YOUR EXPERT SPEAKERS Speaker Selection Process Offshore Network has assembled the very best speakers in the industry to help solve your most pressing well control challenges. Hear from speakers including Shell, Talisman, ConocoPhillips, Halliburton, Baker Hughes, Schlumberger, Boots & Coots, Oceaneering, Check-6 and Safekick, amongst others, as they share the latest in non-technical well control experience. Just look at some of the experts you will hear from… OPERATING COMPANIES Marco op de Weegh Well Control & Design Integrity Team Lead Richard E. Quick II Wells Learning Advisor Kevin Lacy Senior Vice President of Drilling and Completions Marty Cramer Emergency Respone Coordinator KEY NOTE SPEAKER Magne Ognedal Ex-Director General of the Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority & Senior Industry Advisor WELL CONTROL CONTRACTORS Earl Shanks OIE Chief Technologist John Garner Manager – Well Control Engineering Robyn Stephens Principal Consultant - Oil & Gas WELL CONTROL SPECIALISTS Rob Adlam Assistant Client Manager Paul Sonnemann Vice President of Technology George Galloway Development Director OILFIELD SERVICE COMPANIES Gunnar DeBruijn Domain Manager, Well Integrity Margaret Crichton Managing Director Jorge Leuro Global Employee Development Manager Karl Erik Dahl Director - Offshore Energy Products Anthony Gaucher Training & Competency Director Scott Randall Managing Director Brian Grayson Director - Pressure Control Systems Margaret Buckley Product/Project Manager The speaker rostrum for the OWC 2014 was developed over a dedicated 10 week research period which enabled us to identify the very best in field of well control. The individuals listed adjacent were identified as industry leaders and each presentation is bespoke, analytical and focused. We don’t use a call for papers, each speaker is handpicked – often nominated by industry peers. By taking this approach we have developed a speaker line up of regional and international subject matter experts who will collectively deliver an unrivalled set of presentations at the conference for you, the delegate. Becoming a Presenter at OWC 2014 If you are interested in sharing your experience through a presentation, panel discussion or workshop at OWC 2014, please contact the Conference Director using the information below: James Taylor Director – Offshore Network Ltd. firstname.lastname@example.org + 1 713-5706-576 TO REGISTER NOW CLICK HERE
A LETTER FROM THE CONFERENCE DIRECTOR Well control is both a complex and critical aspect of any drilling program in the Gulf of Mexico. A robust well control program ensures the safety of the workforce, the reliability of equipment and protects the environment from the release of hydrocarbons. The regulatory framework for well control has been developing at pace since the Macondo disaster in 2010. BSEE’s Final Drilling Safety Rule, released in August 2012, sought to significantly improve drilling safety by strengthening requirements for safety equipment, well control systems, and blowout prevention practices in offshore oil and gas operations. More updates to 20 CRF 250 are expected, namely with the implementation of API’s Standard 53 and developments to Best Available and Safest Technologies. (BAST) Finally, the publication of the International Association of Oil & Gas Producers (OGP) Recommendations for Enhancements to Well Control Training, Examination & Certification Report, published in 2012, represented an increasing emphasis on the non-technical skills which form a critical part of any well control program. These developments are essential for the future of the industry given the resurgence of the Gulf of Mexico as a global hotspot for oil and gas exploration and production and the need to ensure safe operations. Due mainly to improvements in seismic technologies and significant new plays being identified in the pre-salt Lower Tertiary Layer, it is estimated that this market contains an estimated 15 billion barrels of oil, valued at approximately $1.5 trillion based on current prices. In order for industry to capitalize on this significant opportunity compliantly and safely, it is now more important than ever before to share information on the key non-technical criteria that make up effective well control processes. The Origin of OWC 2014 OWC 2014 was developed in collaboration with the offshore community over the course of a 12 week research program consisting of in-depth primary discussion with 45+ leading industry figures. Below is an overview of the organizations that were engaged to help us to define the program: OWC 2014 is a must attend event in 2014 for any organization involved in drilling activity in the Gulf of Mexico. I look forward to seeing you there. James Taylor Director | Offshore Network + 1 713-5706-576 email@example.com Drilling Contractors BSEE Transocean API Ensco IADC Noble Corporation IWCF Diamond Offshore Petroleum Safety Authority Hercules Offshore Ocean Energy Safety Council Pacific Drilling Operators OEM’s & Contractors BP Baker Hughes Chevron Schlumberger ExxonMobil Halliburton Shell Weatherford ConocoPhillips GE Oil & Gas Cameron International Hess NOV StatOil Boots & Coots Marathon Oil WildWell Control Nexen Up to 200 leading industry figures will gather for two days of presentations, panel discussions and networking to share original content and experience. As well as the unique networking opportunity, there will also be a Technology Showcase Hall, demonstrating best in class well control technologies and services. This will enable delegates to widen the current pool of service providers to ensure they have the right tools available. Regulators & Industry Bodies Anadarko OWC 2014 will ensure executive level decision makers, subject matter experts and senior drilling & HSEQ managers intimately involved in well control have a platform to share information across the entire industry. MWCC LLOG Exploration HWCG Occidental ABS Tullow Oil Atkins Global BG Group Lloyds Register Wood Group TO REGISTER NOW CLICK HERE
SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION What We Can Do For Your Company If your company is looking to develop business, launch a new product or simply reinforce your market position in the well control space – then OWC 2014 Conference is the only event you need to dedicate time and resources to in 2014. Here’s why: Look Who You’ll Meet Offshore Network prides itself on the highest levels of service to our sponsors with ongoing support and contact to ensure you get the most value possible from your engagement. This starts with a detailed fact finding conversation to understand your objectives for the conference - we don’t work from a set of fixed packages – we build a bespoke engagement that meets your aims and budget. Through this, we can help you achieve: • OWC is focused specifically on developing well control expertise in the Gulf of Mexico. All attendees work within this discipline and in this geographic location. It is a highly targeted environment where you can develop your network of senior well control professionals. • OWC is an operator & drilling contractor representative led conference. We’ll deliver 40% + attendance from operators & drilling contractors, meaning you’ll have more conversations with potential new clients here than at any other forum. • OWC is a premium conference tailored for a specific market. All our attendees are therefore qualified and interested in your services. Every conversation is high value and you’ll achieve more in two days at this conference than through any other business development activity. If you are looking to grow your business, Offshore Network will work with you directly in order to ensure you meet the most influential stakeholders in the space. BRAND EXPOSURE: we can position your brand as a leading well control service provider through our website, social media groups, conference brochure and onsite at OWC 2014, giving you unprecedented levels of exposure in front of thousands of potential clients. THOUGHT LEADERSHIP: If you have an innovative story to tell, a unique service or ground breaking technology, share it as a speaker at the conference through a presentation or workshop and access a targeted and interested group of qualified leads – all of whom are senior level decision makers from your target audience. TECHNOLOGY SHOWCASE HALL: As one of an exclusive number of exhibitors - you’ll give prospects a physical location to meet you, find out about your services and leave having met a member of your sales team with information to follow up on. We can also develop a bespoke agreement for you. So whatever your need, we know how to unlock access to your future clients decision makers. TO REGISTER NOW CLICK HERE To discuss your business development needs contact me today. James Taylor firstname.lastname@example.org + 1 713-5706-576
NETWORKING AT OWC 2014 On May 28 – 29, up to 200 well control professionals will meet at OWC 2014 in order to share experience, get answers to their most pressing challenges and network with the individuals or organizations who can provide solutions. The objectives OWC 2014 will meet include: • OWC 2014 is designed for senior level decision makers involved in well control from companies across the value chain including operators, drilling contractors, original equipment manufacturers and well control specialists. • The delegate audience will be made up of up to 200 executive level decision makers, subject matter experts, drilling and HSEQ managers. • The aim of the conference is to improve well control capabilities, mitigating the risk of events on drilling projects by sharing experience, best practice and identifying knowledge gaps in non-technical skills. • The conference will not only bring together leading Gulf of Mexico stakeholder’s, but international experience and updates from programs from across the industry – giving you the delegate, a holistic update of the very latest global well control experience. Company Types Conference at a Glance The types of companies you can expect to meet and do business with at OWC 2014 are represented below: Below you can benefit from a snapshot of OWC 2014. This summarises the information, networking and value adding features of the conference that will ensure you will gain the most value possible from the 2 days you spend on site – equipping you with the tools you need to develop an industry leading well control program 10% Government Bodies & Associations 30% Major, National & Independent Operators 20% Drilling Contractors 20% Original Equipment Manufacturers 20% Other Contractors & Service Providers Job Function The job function of the delegates you will meet and network with at OWC 2014 are represented below: 20% 20% Wells, BOP’s & Reliability Engineers 20% Drilling Managers 20% HSEQ & Training Managers 20% Business Development C-Level & Senior Management Offshore Network have preferential pricing for government departments, trade bodies, associations and industry bodies: please contact us on +1 713-5706-576 or email at email@example.com for details. TO REGISTER NOW CLICK HERE Information Networking Additional Sessions PreTraining & Conference Human Factors Day Blow-Out Response & Containment Workshop Well Control Competencies Roundtable Lunch Discussion Well Control Training Workshop Risk Assessment VIP Networking Drinks Well Control Training Simulator Well Control Planning Technology Showcase Hall Equipment & Bop Reliability Operator Breakfast Operator Case Studies Networking Drinks Reception
CONFERENCE AGENDA SECTION 1: TRAINING & HUMAN FACTORS Implementing a Business-Driven Competency Program • Develop a program linking work processes, business performance, employee training & competency development • Review global program implementation for 10 product service lines and eight support groups in eight regions and gain a standard for developing employees • Understand how effective development and engagement of employees improves business performance across service quality, HSE employee retention and financial results Jorge Leuro, Global Employee Development Manager, HALLIBURTON Building a Global Competency Program in the Post-Macondo World • Discuss the post-Macondo drive to meet regulatory & contractual requirements when implementing a global competency program • Gain clear insights into Baker Hughes’s story, what they did, what was effective, lessons learned and where they are today • Benefit from a look at the expected and unexpected results and how the program has grown and evolved and the next steps in expanding the program Human Factors Panel Discussion • Evaluate the ways in which human factors training and coaching can be integrated into your well control program to improve overall performance • Understand how to reinforce human factors training and coaching on your drilling rigs to develop an appropriate culture of well control competency • Discuss the importance of critical measuring & testing processes to understand the effectiveness of your training and how it is being used George Galloway, Development Director, THE WELL ACADEMY Margaret Crichton, Founder, PEOPLE FACTOR U.S. Oil & Gas – A Safety Culture Enigma • Examine accident theory as it relates to the oil & gas industry, military aviation and nuclear power domains and discuss a new model of safety culture • Analyze 5 major accidents from similarly complex environments to distil the strategic failings that were fundamental contributors and apply potential lessons learnt to your safety culture • Benefit from an overview of the Deepwater Horizon disaster and the associated safety culture of the oil & gas industry using the lessons learned from a safety culture model Rob Adlam, Assistant Client Manager, CHECK-6 Anthony Gaucher, Director Training and Competency, BAKER HUGHES SECTION 2: ENSURING WELL CONTROL COMPETENCY Implementation of Process Safety & eWCAT • Benefit from an overview of Shell’s implementation efforts of eWCAT, which is designed to identify risk and mitigate impact to people and the environment • Manage asset exposure through a framework outlining accountability and assurance requirements for standards and supporting documents • Learn how eWCAT verifies compliance with requirements for well control integrity through the Well Control Model • Discover how the Well Control Model, together with barrier verification plans, tests and verifies personnel competency Marco op de Weegh, Well Control & Design Integrity Team Lead, SHELL PROJECTS & TECHNOLOGY Using Real-time Data to Positively Impact Well Control Outcomes • Gain an insight into the quality of drilling data typically used by the industry today and how this could be effecting well control outcomes • Understand the processes available to enhance the value of real-time data and apply to your drilling operations for improved well control • Discover how modelling can add or detract from the information value of data and how this ultimately impacts your well control capabilities Paul Sonnemann, Vice President of Technology, SAFEKICK TO REGISTER NOW CLICK HERE
CONFERENCE AGENDA Enhanced Safety and Drilling Efficiency • Reduce uncertainties through use of advanced flow detection systems to ascertain actual pore and fracture pressures in real time • Improve detection of micro-influxes and losses through closed loop drilling system wellbore monitoring to improve performance • Enhance identification and control of kicks and losses through automated monitoring, detection and response systems and processes Brian Grayson, Director Pressure Control Systems Drilling Optimization Services, WEATHERFORD SECTION 3: RISK ASSESSMENT Songa Offshore Case Study: Operationalizing Risk & Barrier Management into Operations Process Safety KPI’s • Benefit from the insights of Magne Ognedal, ex-Director General of the Norwegian PSA, as he analyses major accident events and how lessons were applied to improve safety • Listen to a safety case at Songa Offshore and HSEQ team effort to introduce operations focused barrier safety and leading process safety monitoring KPI’s for decision support • Understand the full cycle from PSA barrier safety Barrier System Interface Management • Receive a breakdown of post-Macondo regulations, standards and practices and how they can be implemented as a barrier system in well design, construction and operation • Benefit from an analysis of various well control incidents and the role of barriers, bridging documents and safety and environmental management plans to enhance well control • Understand how a single point of contact for barrier system interface management and communication can greatly reduce the risk of well control failure Scott Randall, Managing Director, PLUSALPHA RISK MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS, LLC Managing Operator, Drilling Contractor & Service Contractor Interface Risk • Understand the dynamics of contractual relationships and how risk is managed between parties to improve your contractual risk management • Gain insights into the inherent deficiencies in the application of contractual governance on the drilling rig and apply discoveries to your contract management • Benefit from a look at the Principles of Alliance Governance and how this is applied with drilling and service contractors to reduce your risk exposure Robyn Stephens, Principal Consultant - Oil & Gas, ATKINS GLOBAL & risk management system audit activity & their implementation of MTO process safety KPI’s solution to reduce LOC and major accident threat in operations Magne Ognedal, ex-Director of Norwegian PSA Senior Industry Advisor, PRESIGHT SOLUTIONS AS Karl Erik Dahl, Director – Offshore Energy Products, PRESIGHT SOLUTIONS AS TO REGISTER NOW CLICK HERE BOP Risk Assessment • Understand how BOP equipment should be assessed, planned and implemented in uncertain environments to mitigate a lack of operational experience and proven technology • Benefit from an overview of probabilistic risk assessment for equipment certification to ensure your drilling programs integrity • Identify how to utilize equipment failure prediction in uncertain HP/HT conditions to mitigate the risk of early life equipment failures SECTION 4: PLANNING Can Oil Spill Response Plans be Functional and Regulatory Compliant • Discuss how OSRPs can be developed from compliance documents into functional tools that can improve operational performance • Learn how API has developed a tool in which Information is presented in a logical and sequential manner to improve functionality • Understand how actionable information should be combined with general background information and how guidance for scaling up to a Tier 3 incident should be provided Marty Cramer, Emergency Response Coordinator, CONOCOPHILLIPS
CONFERENCE AGENDA Emergency Response Planning • Review corporate policies for emergency response planning best practice and engender a preventative culture in your organisation • Discuss hazard analysis procedures to identify potential risks to your drilling operation and mitigate risk through the identification of early warning signs • Discuss Incident Command Planning & Incident Command Systems to understand how you can effectively implement your emergency response actions Well Classification and Equipment Selection Panel • Discuss key factors such as pressure, temperature and fluid in accurate well classification that will influence your approach to well control operations • Evaluate BOP configuration options post API Standard 53 to ensure you have the appropriate tools in place to control the well • Learn how to tailor available equipment to your well plan to avoid failures or blow-outs on your next drilling project SECTION 5: EQUIPMENT & BOP RELIABILITY Challenges of Critical Safety BOP Control Systems • Receive a breakdown of the typical challenges faced Improving Equipment Reliability BLOW-OUT RESPONSE & CONTAINMENT • Through detailed well classification, match equipment WORKSHOP that is fit for purpose and rated appropriately to your drilling project to mitigate potential failures • Learn how to develop maintenance and planning process that will maximise your equipment’s reliability and improve the cost effectiveness of your project • Develop an effective QA/QC program to ensure the quality of the materials and equipment for your next project protects against potential failures Modularity for Reliability • Improve reliability through the development of components, learning from drilling, production, work over and other industries, to keep your system operational • Understand how subsea monitoring of components with a focus on real time notification and additional monitoring points can mitigate the risk of component failure • Learn how to replace components with zero downtime, using modular and small components with ROV intervention to reduce costs and save time Margaret Buckley, Product/Project Manager, DTC INTERNATIONAL, INC. by operators/contractors in the reliability of critical safety systems • Apply industry best practice to your operations to mitigate the risk of control system failures and improve your equipment reliability • Understand the latest updates to regulations associated with the monitoring of BOP’s and the placement of censors to ensure compliant operations Earl Shanks, OIE Chief Technologist, OCEANEERING INTERNATIONAL TO REGISTER NOW CLICK HERE Advanced Well Capping Operation • Benefit from an overview of a subsea well capping operation in shallow waters that required a unique offset deployment method • Evaluate the well background, blowout circumstances, preliminary planning & engineering and response activities pursued to understand the scope of the project • Receive a detailed chronological history of the project, including video of blowout conditions, a simulation of the deployment technique and video of the capping attempt • Understand how unexpected complications of jet-plume dynamics impacted capping stack stability and resulted in engagement with NASA to develop a unique modeling system John B. Garner, Manager – Well Control Engineering, BOOTS & COOTS
REGISTRATION OPTIONS May 28-29 | Royal Sonesta, Houston OWC SECURE YOUR PLACE NOW AND JOIN EXPERTS FROM DATE & VENUE May 28 – 29 2014 Royal Sonesta Hotel, Houston REGISTER IN 3 EASY STEPS BEFORE ALL PASSES SELL OUT! Call us directly on US +1 713-5706-576 to secure your place 1 Register online CLICK HERE PREMIUM PASS 2 Email Us Directly at firstname.lastname@example.org with your chosen pass type 3 STANDARD PASS PREMIUM PASS FEATURES: WHAT’S INCLUDED: • 2 day conference pass • Preferential access to training workshops • 2 day conference pass • Priority conference room seating • Networking drinks reception and luncheon • Networking drinks reception and luncheon • Post conference proceedings • Access to pre-conference networking including VIP champagne reception Reservations@Sonesta.comHilton Hotel Discount Offshore Network have negotiated a discounted room rate for you to stay at the venue – this is extremely limited however so book today to ensure you get the best rate. Just quote OWC 2014 WHAT’S INCLUDED: • Access to technology showcase hall 2222 West Loop South Houston, TX 77027 Telephone: +1.713.627.7600 Fax: +1.713.961.3327 • Access to technology showcase hall GROUP DISCOUNTS FOR DELEGATIONS! OWC 2014 has assembled the very best speakers coupled with 12+ hours of dedicated networking time. • Post conference proceedings • Express registration BOOK BY April 4th 2014 $1295 BOOK BY April 4th 2014 $1095 BOOK BY May 2nd 2014 $1595 BOOK BY May 2nd 2014 $1395 FULL PRICE $1995 FULL PRICE $1795 Terms & Conditions: Payment Policy: Full payment is due within 28 days of ticket reservation and must be paid in full 1 week prior to event registration, whichever comes first. Registration will not be confirmed until full payment has been received. Cancellation and Refunds: Cancellations must be received in writing. If cancellation is received within 28 days of the conference, the attendee will receive a full credit to a future conference. If cancellation is received more than 28 days from the conference, Offshore Network Ltd will retain 10% of the attendance fee for administration purposes or offer a full credit to a future conference. Places are transferable at no extra charge. In the event that Offshore Network Ltd cancels a conference, payments received at the cancellation date will be credited back in full to all attendees. All conference credit notes remain valid for 2 years. Changes to Conference Programme and Agenda: Offshore Network Ltd reserves the right to postpone or cancel an event, to change the location or alter the advertised speakers for an event at any time. Any Changes to the agenda will be updated on our website as soon as possible. Design by www.TheCreativeTree.co.uk As such it makes absolute sense to send larger delegations and maximise the value obtained from the event. Email us directly at email@example.com or call us at +1 713-5706-576 to secure your group booking before all space expires! REGISTER ONLINE CLICK HERE
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