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05. to 07. Feb 2018

The 18th North Sea Decommissioning Conference

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The Norwegian Petroleum Society (NPF) has great pleasure in inviting you to the 18th NPF North Sea Decommissioning Conference. Welcome to Scandic Holmenkollen Park in Oslo, the 5-7 February 2018.

This conference, with its first class venue, continues to be recognized by industry as the premier international decommissioning gathering where leaders from regulators, owners and contractors gather to share ideas, network and learn about the latest developments within decommissioning.

Why you should attend:

The conference will aim to address decommissioning topics within the wider context of the upstream business. The programme committee has established a varied program covering the entire decommissioning process for offshore wells and facilities. It addresses regulator perspectives, technology and project execution learnings and future challenges for the decommissioning industry.

The main conference commences on Tuesday morning however we recommend joining in on the Monday evening to enjoy an “appetizer” presentation and to explore the facilities of the Scandic Holmenkollen Park Hotel.

You will hear from the following companies:

  • Heerema Marine Contractors
  • Repsol
  • Norwegian Petroleum Directorate
  • Shell
  • DNV GL AS
  • Fairfield Energy
  • Aker BP
  • Statoil
  • ConocoPhillips
  • UK Ministry of Defence
  • DeepOcean
  • Kluge Advokatfirma A/S
  • Oil & Gas UK
  • Archer
  • Wood
  • Saipem
  • Allseas
  • Mammoet
  • ConocoPhillips Resources Corp
  • CNR
  • Scottish Fishermen’s Federation
  • The Boston Consulting Group
  • Marine Scotland
  • International Association of Oil and Gas Producers
  • Interwell

The program is available on our website. We hope that you’ll find the program interesting and that your participation at the conference will enhance your knowledge and your business opportunities within decommissioning.

We look forward to seeing you in Holmenkollen this February!

Program

Monday 05. February

17:00

Registration for the conference

20:00

Mammoet - Project Arch over Chernobyl

Bjørn-Evert Van Eck Rasmussen, Managing Director, Mammoet Norge AS

Tuesday 06. February

08:00

Registration

08:30

Welcome and opening

MARKET OUTLOOK AND UPSTREME BUSINESS CONTEXT

08:45

Decommissioning; An asset managers perspective

Alistair Tucker, Brent Asset Manager, Shell
09:05

Decom market outlook and insight

Adam Davey, Economics and Market Intelligence Manager, Oil & Gas UK
09:25

Received SMS questions/answers

SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES

09:40

Improving the CO2 footprint of decom projects

Steinar Nesse, Vice President, Environmental Risk Management, DNV GL AS
10:00

Refreshments/networking

10:30

Pipeline and subsea decommissioning; Fishing industry perspective

Raymond Hall, Scottish Fishermen’s Federation (SFF)
10:50

Managing the environmental and safety aspects of wrecks

Matt Skelhorn, Wreck Researcher, UK Ministry of Defence
11:10

Received SMS questions/answers

11:25

LUNCH

PLANNING & CONTRACTING STRATEGIES

12:30

Developing a Decom Strategy and how to assess decom readiness

Eric Oudenot, Partner and Managing Director, The Boston Consulting Group
12:50

Contracting strategies

Wim de Boer, Vice President Corporate Strategy, Heerema Marine Contractors
13:10

Alliance Agreements in Decommissioning

Catriona Løland, Contracts Advisor-Decommissioning & Subsea, Aker BP ASA
13:30

Late life operations and decommissioning services contractor perspectives

Nigel Lees, Senior Vice President Decommissioning, Wood
13:50

Pioneering Spirit update- Experience, lessons learned and forward Plans

Edward Heerema, CEO, Allseas
14:10

Received SMS questions/answers

14:25

Refreshments/networking

WELL P&A

14:55

Rig re-activation, the challenges and opportunities

Bill Muir, UK Area Manager, Svein Ove Svendsen, Business Development Manager
15:15

P&A – New technology of Decommissioning

Michael Terje Skjold, Project Manager P&A, Interwell

RATIONAL OF PIPELINE REMOVAL

15:35

Lessons Learnt from Subsea Decommissioning, including the use of laser technology, removal methodology and burial of pipelines

Sam Taylor, Technical Sales Manager, Geir Helge Bachmann, Operations Director, DeepOcean
15:55

Paneldiscussion: How much subsea removal make sense?

Panellists:
Roy Aspden, CNR International
John Campbell, International Association of Oil and Gas Producers
Raymond Hall, Scottish Fishermen’s Association
Peter Hayes, Marine Scotland
17:10

End of conference day 1

18:30

Aperitif

19:00

Dinner

Wednesday 07. February

08:45

Welcome and opening day 2

REGULATORY AUTHORITIES

08:50

Decommissioning – increased Activity? “View from the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate

Niels Erik Hald, Assistant director - Development and operations – Barents Sea, Norwegian Petroleum Directorate
09:10

Rev Decommissioning Project - Cross Border

Mike Bishop, Project Manager Rev Decommissioning Project, Repsol
09:30

Tax-regulations regarding decommissioning costs – an overview

Amund Noss, Partner, Kluge Advokatfirma A/S
09:50

OSPAR 98/3 - past, present and future post 2018

John Campbell, Technical Director, International Association of Oil and Gas Producers
10:10

Received SMS questions/answers

10:25

Refreshments/networking

PROJECT UPDATE

10:55

Dunlin ‘A’ Decommissioning - Update

John Wiseman, Managing Director, Fairfield Energy
11:15

Statoil various projects – Portfolio update

Thomas Bjørn Thommesen, Project Director, Statoil
11:25

LUNCH

12:35

Brent Project Update

William Lindsay, Head of Project Delivery - Brent Decommissioning, Shell
12:55

Ekofisk – Removals update

Dag Roar Johansen, ConocoPhillips Norge
13:05

Decommissioning Projects in Aker BP

Ron Howard, Decommissioning Team Leader, Aker BP
13:25

Received SMS questions/answers

SPECIAL TOPICS

13:40

Concordia - A Recycling Project

Paolo Carrera, Head of Decommissioning Business Development, Saipem
14:00

Refreshments/networking

14:20

The Decommissioning of SSCV Hermod

Guido Ammerlaan, Asset Manager Hermod, Heerema Marine Contractors
14:40

Tarsiut Caissons Removal

Kim Clarke, Arctic PIM - Frontiers & Derrick Laskowski, Senior Ocean Engineer, ConocoPhillips Resources Corp
15:10

Received SMS questions/answers

15:25

Closing remarks

15:35

End of conference day 2

Practical information

Organiser:

Norwegian Petroleum Society (NPF)

Venue:

Scandic Holmenkollen Park, Oslo, Norway
Telephone:      0047- 22 92 20 00
E-mail:            holmenkollenpark@scandichotels.com
http://www.holmenkollenparkhotel.no/en

Conference fee:

NPF personal members NOK 10,400 plus 25% vat
Non-NPF-members        NOK 11,900 plus 25% vat

Because of limited space we can only allow students if there still are places left after ordinary registration is closed. Students have free access to the conference, however, payments to be made for lunches and conference dinner.

The fee includes:
– Coffee/tea
– Lunches
– Conference Dinner
– Access to the presentations after end of conference
– Bus transportation to the airport

Payment:

Payment can be done upon registration by credit card (Master Card and Visa)
If not paid by credit card you will receive an invoice from Norwegian Petroleum Society (NPF).
Please note that by choosing invoice you will be submitted to a fee of NOK 100.
All international payments must be approved before the conference starts.

Cancellations:

Cancellations must be received in writing by 16th of January 2018 and will be subject to a NOK 2,000 plus 25% VAT cancellation fee unless a substitute delegate is offered. After this date, the full registration fee will apply, however, substitutions will still be accepted. Substitutions for registered delegates may be made at any time, but we would appreciate prior notification.

Conference paper:

Presentations from the conference will be available after end of conference. Delegates will be informed when available via e-mail.

Programme changes:

It is sometimes necessary to change timing of the programme.  The conference organizer will not be liable for any such unavoidable changes.

Accommodation:

Scandic Holmenkollen Park, Oslo, Norway, NOK 1,620 per night (incl. vat) including breakfast, to be paid directly to the hotel.

There will also be arranged for transportation from Scandic Holmenkollen Park to Oslo Airport on Wednesday – when the conference has ended.

For further information please contact:

Norwegian Petroleum Society
Project Manager Tonje Raknes
tel. +47 983 06 117
E-mail: tonje.raknes@npf.no