Free Knowledge Sharing Sessions

During the conference breaks there was free to attend Knowledge Sharing e-poster presentations. These sessions were open to all attendees to both the conference and exhibition and took place on the exhibition floor.

  • Tuesday 6 September

    Knowledge Sharing E-Poster Session 1

    15:30
    181065
    RealTime Interactive Remote Display of DTS and DAS Data for Well Treatment Optimisation
    Paul Dickenson, Schlumberger

    15:40
    181116
    Application of Artificial Intelligence in Oilfield Operation and Intervention
    Lateef Aknji, University of Aberdeen

    15:50
    181003
    Maximising Drilling Performance with Realtime Drilling Vibration Mitigation in the Deep Wells
    Meng Cui, China National Petroleum Company Drilling Research Institute

  • Wednesday 7 September

    Knowledge Sharing E-Poster Session 2

    10:30
    181054
    Data To Language Leveraging Software To Understand And Communicate Well Integrity
    Simon Copping, Expro

    Knowledge Sharing E-Poster Session 3

    15:45
    181027
    Using Real-Time Data for Well Design Optimisation, not Just Drilling Optimisation
    Oystein Andersen, AGR Software

    15:55
    181115
    Planning for Safe and Effective Execution of Work: Late Risk Identification
    Sizarta Sarshar, Institute for Energy Technology

    16:05
    181109
    Monitoring of Nontechnical Barriers
    Asgeir Droivoldsmo, Institute for Energy Technology

  • Thursday 8 September

    Knowledge Sharing E-Poster Session 4

    10:30
    181062
    Efficient Optimisation Strategies for Developing Intelligent Well Business Cases
    Adam Vasper, Schlumberger

    10:45
    181004
    O&G Mergers and Acquisitions in the Digital Age
    Amit Prakash, L&T Infotech

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