The Connected Oilfield 2021 ... Survival of the Digitalised
The Next Generation Digital Oilfield ... M2M . IoT . IIoT . Apps in the Cloud
Sessions 3 and 4 ... May 6th (14:00 - BST)
The "Connected Oilfield" has been produced as a live event between 2004 and 2020, three or four times annually in different locations including Abuja (Nigeria), Abu Dhabi, Cairo (Egypt), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Aberdeen (UK) and Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) - over 50 events in total. It's purpose is to discuss state-of-the-art ICTs for both operational and crew welfare applications, in both onshore and offshore locations.
The Connected Oilfield Programme 2021
Produced by: Paul Stahl, Executive, c21Virtual
Moderated by: Brad Grady, Senior Analyst, NSR
Session 1: 14:00 - 15:30 (UK Time - BST)
Connected Oilfield Infrastructure – Data Transport for Field Workers and Devices (Download)
Philippe Daroux, Industrial Network Design & Consulting Manager, Chevron
Chevron will be presenting a few HSE and IIoT use cases as well as asking how to provide connectivity for field workers and devices in the complex Upstream, Midstream, and Downstream Oil & Gas environment? How and which wireless technologies can be leveraged to enable the best end user experience in a safe and secured way? And why is IIoT an exciting and less expensive way to get additional field information?
Efficiently Navigating Today’s Market Reality (Download)
David Burr, Vice President Business Development, Comtech EF Data
The current market situation means that now is the right time to invest in your network to enable digital transformation projects while laying the groundwork for recovery of the market. The Comtech presentation examines smart strategies for how service providers can enable operational cost savings today while preparing for opportunity when oil and gas markets recover.
Fueling Digital Transformation in the Connected Oil Field (Download)
Jean-Michel Rouylou, Head of Enterprise and Broadband, ST Engineering iDirect
Success in the energy market is largely dependent on how oil & gas industries develop toward profitable production offshore due to falling costs. Connectivity will allow the industry to digitize, optimize, and automate processes that were previously unconnected to save time and money, and to increase safety. Satellite’s inherent capabilities such as its ability to reach remote areas, ability to scale and to extend coverage make it an essential part of a hybrid network needed to advance the digital transformation.
Session 2: 15:30 - 17:00 (UK Time - BST)
Design Challenges for Connecting Remote Oilfields (Download)
Jhonny Villasmil, Sr. Telecom Engineer, From a Major International EPC Corporation
This presentation draws on the speaker's considerable experience in the connected oilfield area and will be discussing the upgrading of legacy wireless communication systems, from VHF/Microwave to Gigabit Ethernet Radios, new systems requiring communication... Designing Fiber Optic Backbone with Last Mile Radio Links, factors to be considered, suitable technology, where it is recommendable... Designing a Fully Fiber Optic Network, implications, available technology, which kind of projects require it.
The Effect of COVID-19 with Imminent Oilfield Recoveries and New Networks (Download)
Alvaro Sanchez, CEO, Integrasys
Integrasys contend that the prompt recovery of the Oil & Gas sector is a great opportunity for service providers to design and deploy new networks, for O&G customers take out the most of their resources and exchange data seamlessly and automated, with the least number of people on the platforms and rigs.
Delivering Digitalisation to Natural Resource Companies (Download)
Renato Goodfellow, Global Head of Satellite, BT Global Sevices
Survival of the Digitalised (Download)
Muhammad Soliman, Digitalization Lead - Industry 4.0 / IIoT / A.I., Shell
One of the biggest spend categories in the Digital Oilfield will be on sensors. Physical devices, such as vehicles, equipment, valves, pumps, tools, and gear embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and connectivity will enable these objects to connect and exchange data. Digital technology companies describe these sensor-enabled devices as the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Oil and gas companies have decades of experience with sensor-enabled things—it was called Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA).
The Road to Verifiable Cybersecurity (Download)
Arnaud Feletin, Director IT and Cybersecurity, GPI Group
Registered delegates 13:00 (UK Time - BST) - 30-04-2021
Abu Dhabi Nat. Oil Co. (ADNOC)
Agencia Espacial Mexicana
AIC Ingeneiría y Proyectos C.A.
Algerian Space Agency
Avcom of Virginia
Backbone Connectivity Networks
Blue Sky Network
Bouygues Energies & Services
BP Energy do Brasil
BP, Statoil, Sonatrach
British Petroleum (BP)
BT Global Services
Commodity Innovation Lab
Comtech EF Data
Finance Information Group
Globalsat Group LKC
Gobierno de la Ciudad de Bs As
Horizon Teleports GmbH
IABG Teleport GmbH
Infrastructure Networks, Inc.
Kuwait National Petroleum Co. (KNPC)
LightSpeed Technologies, Inc.
LOT & Co Group
Macom Consulting Ltd
National Iranian Gas Company
National Iranian Oil Company
National Iranian South Oil Company
Nawah Energy Co.
Nigerian National Petroleum Co.
NIS Gazprom Neft
North Oil Company Qatar
Orange Business Services
OSP Group Limited
Petronas Carigali Muriah
Planet Communication Asia PLC.
RCC Services UK Ltd
Satellite Innovation Group
Schlumberger Information Solutions
Shell IT International
Signalhorn Trusted Networks GmbH
Sonatrach - Groupement Berkine
Space Investment Advisors
ST Engineering iDirect
Stena Drilling Ltd
Teebod Technical Solutions.
TeleSource Communications Inc.
The Satellite Evolution Group
Tiffany Platform Petrofac
Total Petroleum Ghana
Union Fenosa Gas SEGAS
Waha Oil Company
Wireless Innovation Ltd