79th EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2017
Monday 12 June 2017 16:00 - 16:30 hrs Ceremony
|Chris Ward||President EAGE|
|Janeen Judah||President SPE|
|Kevin McLachlan||Chairman LAC Paris 2017|
Debate on 'Impact on Energy Mix following COP21: is there a Business Model?'
Monday 12 June 2017 16:30 - 17:30 hrs
Speaker: Chris Ward (President EAGE 2016-2017)
|Gerard Moutet||Oil and Gas Climate initiative|
|Ladislas Paszkiewicz||SVP Strategy & Climate, Total EP|
|Chris Ward||President EAGE|
|Lazslo Varro||Chief Economist|
Topic: Impact on Energy mix following COP21 - is there a business model
With the climate agreement at COP21 and the IEA's 2ºscenario, along with the current O&G economic context, there is a call to the energy industry to start focusing efforts towards less carbon-intensive energy, and to find more efficient and cost effictive technologies to make energy reliable, affordable and clean. Still the main energy provider, the O&G industry must also adapt and reshape business models for the future. At the same time we must remain 'profitable' and 'sustainable' in all we undertake, that is to say finding solutions that all stakeholders can buy into, without collateral damage. And, our whole industry will have to find collectively a new 'right balance'to reconcile the various interests and constraints, since 'none of us knows waht we all know together' (Euripides, 5th century BC).
Monday 12 June 2017 17:30 - 18:00 hrs
Chairpersons: Chris Ward (President EAGE 2016-2017)
Jean-Jacques Biteau (President EAGE 2017-2018)
EAGE Forum on 'New Collaboration Models within the Exploration Domain'
Tuesday 13 June 2017 08:30 - 12:10 hrs
|Kevin McLachlan||Chairman LAC Paris, SVP Exploration Total|
|Luca Bertelli||Chief Exploration Officer, Eni|
|Ashok Belani||CTO, Schlumberger|
|Jean-Georges Malcor||CEO CGG|
|Howard Leach||Head of Exploration, BP|
|Mario Carminatti||Executive Manager Exploration, Petrobras|
|Erik Oswald||Exploration VP Americas, ExxonMobil|
In the overall context of the title of the conference 'Energy, Technology, Sustainability - Time to open a new Chapter' the Forum will debate on new collaboration models within exploration. The discussion will focus on key outcomes covering safety, performance improvement including cost reduction and performance to reach reliable energy for the long run that could be new way of working, impact of new technologies and promotion of the pioneer spirit.
Senior Executive Managers lunch (by invitation only)
Tuesday 13 June 2017 12:00 - 13:30 hrs
Executive Session on 'Sharing Knowledge in Exploration'
Wednesday 14 June 2017 08:30 - 12:10 hrs
|Glen Cayley||VP Exploration Excellence Shell EP|
Director Exploration Excellence, Total
|Gary Ingram||Vice President Technology & Strategy, OMV|
|Syrie Crouch||Vice President, Hydrocarbon Maturation|
|Joseba Murillas||Executive Director Global Exploration, Repsol|
|Kevin Zhou||Principal Key Expert, Siemens|
How to share, when to share, what to share: in our company, between companies, with contractors and with academics and association. What are others doing? The session will cover how the industry is working to share knowledge in exploration: the current challenges and possible improvements. Includes technological/innovative approaches, human resources aspects (skills, competencies, motivations and organization) and what we can learn from other industries and areas of research.
Executive Session on 'Opening a New Chapter in the North Sea, what does that mean'
Thursday 15 June 2017 08:30 - 12:10 hrs
Moderator: Nick Richardson, Exploration & New Ventures Manager, UK Oil & Gas Authority
|Nick Richardson||Exploration & New Ventures Manager, UK Oil & Gas Authority|
|Troels Albrechtsen||Vice President Technology & Projects, Maersk|
|Dave Lynch||Vice President Reservoir Development North Sea, BP|
|Max Brouwer||Vice President Exploration Europe, Russia & CIS, Shell|
|Karin Hoeing||Former North Sea GM, Global Group Marketing & Technology, Schlumberger|
|Isabelle Billat||Vice President Exploration EAC, Total|
The current oil price environment and the maturity of the North Sea present challenges to its future but also opportunities. The Forum will debate what is needed for the next chapter of the basin to be successful. The discussion will address key topics including safety, exploration, operational efficiency, collaboration, technology, commercial solutions, infrastructure and decommissioning. What action is required by all the players in the basin to maximise the value of the economically recoverable hydrocarbons in the North Sea.