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Congress Day 2

08:00 AM - 09:00 AM Registration & Refreshments

Best Practices in FPSO Operational Excellence in European Waters

9:00 AM - 9:30 AM Operating in Atlantic Harsh Weather Conditions – Lessons Learned from Operating the Foinaven

Stuart Shaw, Deepwater Area Operations Manager, BP Stig Morten Helland, Vice President Operations UK, Teekay Offshore
  • Challenges, priorities, relationships, business drivers
  • Creating an aligned efficient, cooperative, joint operation team and work/business processes
  • Ambition and vision for the future

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Stuart Shaw

Deepwater Area Operations Manager
BP
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Stig Morten Helland

Vice President Operations UK
Teekay Offshore

9:30 AM - 10:00 AM The Armada Kraken FPSO Project - challenges to becoming a new Installation Operator and Duty Holder in the UK North Sea

Roland Martland, Vice President HSSEQ, Bumi Armada
The presentation will provide an overview of some of the key legal, technical and risk management challenges faced by Bumi Armada in developing the Armada Kraken FPSO project for operation in the UK North Sea.
  • Key issues raised and resolved during the Design Notification and Operational Safety Case submissions
  • Managing changes due to the UK Health and Safety Executives’ 2015 Safety Case Regulations, enacted during the project execution phase, to incorporate environmental risk assessments and management systems
  • The components of a Corporate Major Accident Prevention Policy, CMAPP, that was a specific pre-cursor to obtaining Installation Operator approval under the new regulations
  • Demonstration of operational readiness for start-up


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Roland Martland

Vice President HSSEQ
Bumi Armada

10:00 AM - 10:30 AM Aligning Operational Excellence and Safety in the North Sea: A Strategic Case Study

Asgeir Kjeloy, , Teekay Offshore Morten Mehli , Vice President, HSE, Teekay Offshore
  • Assessing the hidden risks and regulatory challenges of operating FPSOs in the North Sea
  • Understanding commercial and technical strategies for risk reduction and commercial viability
  • Lessons learned from operating FPSOs in harsh environments
  • Maintaining safety focus and performance during a downturn

Asgeir Kjeloy


Teekay Offshore

Morten Mehli

Vice President, HSE
Teekay Offshore

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM Morning Tea & Networking Break



11:00 AM - 11:30 AM Using Cybernetic Tools to Maximise Operations and Reduce Costs for FPSO Redeployment

Knut Ivar Dybdal, VP Offshore Oil and Gas, Kongsberg Maritime
This session will highlight the cybernetic tools available to FPSO owners and oil companies to have a cost effective means for verifying available FPSOs for redeployment and ensure the asset’s processing capability is efficient for the reservoir conditions of a new field.
  • Looking at current idle FPSOs and their characterisation (location / regulatory compliance / process plan / marine systems) – pre-screening process
  • Verifying process behaviour by use of dynamic simulations
  • Life cycle and obsolesces management of control systems (ICSS) – alternatives to handle

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Knut Ivar Dybdal

VP Offshore Oil and Gas
Kongsberg Maritime

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM Overcoming Challenges in Motors and Generators for Redeployed FPSOs

Len Jones, Chief Engineer, Parsons Peebles
Within the current economic climate for the oil & gas industry, this session will explore opportunities for upgrading/replacing existing electric motor technology on redeployed FPSO applications.
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Len Jones

Chief Engineer
Parsons Peebles

12:05 PM - 1:00 PM Lunch & Networking Break

GROUP E

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Working Group E: Optimising Brownfield Projects, Life Extensions and Upgrades

Kevin Bourgeois, VP, Brownfield Projects, Kosmos Energy
Working groups are the opportunity for all delegates to deep dive into the experiences, challenges and solutions that are most important to the FPSO industry in the current market climate. This is your opportunity to engage the entire supply chain in solution-oriented dialogue on FPSO life extension, redeployment, leasing models and manpower.

Each Working Group will take place simultaneously, with delegate rotating every 30 minutes, bringing new delegates and perspectives into the conversation. Delegates will have the opportunity to attend three working groups over the course of the afternoon.

WORKING GROUP E
Optimising Brownfield Projects, Life Extensions and Upgrades

Value preservation and the optimisation of existing assets is a key focus for the FPSO industry in light of the current market climate. This working group will discuss FPSO operational excellence for brownfields and how to enhance output from existing FPSOs.
  • Optimising FPSO uptime particularly on ageing assets
  • Strategies and technologies to enhance oil production, from topside facilities to subsea processes such as artificial lift
  • Holding OPEX under control while pursuing life extension initiatives for mature FPSOs


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Kevin Bourgeois

VP, Brownfield Projects
Kosmos Energy
Working groups are the opportunity for all delegates to deep dive into the experiences, challenges and solutions that are most important to the FPSO industry in the current market climate. This is your opportunity to engage the entire supply chain in solution-oriented dialogue on FPSO life extension, redeployment, leasing models and manpower.

Each Working Group will take place simultaneously, with delegate rotating every 30 minutes, bringing new delegates and perspectives into the conversation. Delegates will have the opportunity to attend three working groups over the course of the afternoon.

WORKING GROUP F: Establishing a Successful FPSO redeployment strategy with standardisation.

Redeployment has become the most attractive option for many fields looking to utilise a FPSO for development in this market climate.This working group will take a 360 degree look at the technical and commercial factors behind redeployment.

•Understanding the main challenges and barriers to successful redeployment while managing client expectations.
•Investigate how standardisation and new technology on new and existing FPSOs can aid future redeployment
•Risk, financing and contractual arrangements for a successful redeployment
•Regional, certification and life extension considerations


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Michael Wyllie

Group Technology Director
SBM Offshore
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Pierre Brousse

Regional Sales Manager
Solar Turbines
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Jonathan Scholefield

Global Oil & Gas Manager
Caterpillar Oil and Gas

GROUP G

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Working Group G: Establishing Transparent and Cost-Effective FPSO Leasing Models

Kristian Flaten, Senior Vice President – Offshore/Shipping, Eksportkreditt Norway
Working groups are the opportunity for all delegates to deep dive into the experiences, challenges and solutions that are most important to the FPSO industry in the current market climate. This is your opportunity to engage the entire supply chain in solution-oriented dialogue on FPSO life extension, redeployment, leasing models and manpower.

Each Working Group will take place simultaneously, with delegate rotating every 30 minutes, bringing new delegates and perspectives into the conversation. Delegates will have the opportunity to attend three working groups over the course of the afternoon.

WORKING GROUP G
Establishing Transparent and Cost-Effective FPSO Leasing Models

Many contracts and FPSO lease rates were derived when oil prices sat in the triple digits. With the low oil price environment today, oil companies are seeing operating costs skyrocket, with lease rates comprising up to 60% of the operating costs of an oilfield. However, oil price-linked day rates that do not allow for contractor upside can be punishing for FPSO contractors.
This working group will look at establishing transparent and cost-effective FPSO leasing models that can be a win-win for all stakeholders involved.
  • Restructuring lease terms to work effectively in the current market climate
  • Can oil companies offer risk/reward incentives so that FPSO contractors share in both the losses as well as the upside of a lease agreement?
  • What solutions can FPSO contractors offer to keep costs down?

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Kristian Flaten

Senior Vice President – Offshore/Shipping
Eksportkreditt Norway

GROUP H

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Working Group H: Global Mobility and Manpower Optimization – Are your projects ready for take off?

Joe Allen, Head of Global Recruitment, Maersk Oil Joanne Thomas, Business Manager, Brunel
Working groups are the opportunity for all delegates to deep dive into the experiences, challenges and solutions that are most important to the FPSO industry in the current market climate. This is your opportunity to engage the entire supply chain in solution-oriented dialogue on FPSO life extension, redeployment, leasing models and manpower.

Each Working Group will take place simultaneously, with delegate rotating every 30 minutes, bringing new delegates and perspectives into the conversation. Delegates will have the opportunity to attend three working groups over the course of the afternoon.

WORKING GROUP H: Global Mobility and Manpower Optimization – Are your projects ready for take off?
Having the ability to access the right knowledge, skills and experience is essential to any organisation and project. Working within the global scope of the FPSO and wider offshore industry it is important to have the right people, at the right place at the right time. Every project has its own challenges: from a technical, logistical, immigration and manpower perspective. Are you prepared to overcome these challenges?
This roundtable session will provide insight in relevant topics that are crucial for an efficient execution of your worldwide projects including best practices and lessons learned.
- How can you make sure you have the right skill sets in place throughout the full life cycle of your projects?
- How to best utilize global mobility trends and opportunities to your advantage
- The importance of compliance in country to adhere to local laws and regulations
- Cost efficiency initiatives

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Joe Allen

Head of Global Recruitment
Maersk Oil
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Joanne Thomas

Business Manager
Brunel

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM Afternoon Tea & Networking Break



3:30 PM - 4:00 PM Looking Back In The Past to Move Forward? Can Past Approaches Provide Solutions to Reduce Projects Costs and Timelines for the Future?

Nicolas Bigle, Turret Mooring Lead, Premier Oil
  • Analyzing efficiencies gained from reverting to a more simplified and systematic approach to engineering and project execution despite complexity of the FPSO product
  • How do oil companies perceive risk, and are they ready to adopt a “goal-setting” approach as opposed to a prescriptive one when it comes to engineering and execution?
  • Illustrating functional approaches in FPSO project execution

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Nicolas Bigle

Turret Mooring Lead
Premier Oil

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM Standardisation as a Quantifiable Path to Cost Savings in the Current Market Climate

Michael Wyllie, Group Technology Director, SBM Offshore
  • Research and development: what progress has the FPSO industry achieved in terms of standardisation over the past year?
  • Defining standardisation as not basic/generic, but repeatable: In which components and processes of FPSOs can the most efficiencies be gained through standardisation?
  • Assessing challenges and opportunities to standardisation in today’s oil price context


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Michael Wyllie

Group Technology Director
SBM Offshore

4:30 PM - 5:00 PM Chairman’s Closing Address: Key Takeaways and Action Points for the FPSO Industry in 2017

Duncan Peace, Managing Director, CRONDALL ENERGY
Chairman’s Closing Address: Key Takeaways and Action Points for the FPSO Industry in 2017
  • Understanding key takeaways from the FPSO Europe Congress
  • Assessing the continued consolidation and evolution of the industry and where opportunities lie in 2017 and beyond
  • Innovating as an industry to apply new technologies that can radically improve FPSO productivity and reduce costs
  • Action points to take back to your business


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Duncan Peace

Managing Director
CRONDALL ENERGY

5:00 PM - 11:59 PM End of FPSO Europe Congress 2017