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31. Jan to 01. Feb 2017

Risk Management Summit 2017

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Risk Management in Change

NPF is pleased to welcome you to the 3rd. Risk Management Summit, where we aim to share knowledge about and experience with risk management across companies and industries. The NPF Risk Management Summit is an annual conference targeting leaders and risk management experts in the oil & gas industry.

This year’s conference will focus on managing risk in a rapid changing industry. Mergers, acquisitions, cost reductions, manning reductions and other changes are necessary, but introduce risk to personnel, environment, assets and reputation, – how is this risk managed? How can these changes be implemented with success?

Come and listen to project managers, risk management experts, leaders and other acknowledged speakers present their view on this important topic.

The conference facilities at Clarion Hotel Air present a congenial setting to promote extensive networking with colleagues and discuss topics related to risk management in the petroleum sector.

Program

Tuesday 31. January

08:30

Registration, Coffee & Networking

09:00

Opening remarks and Welcome by the Chair

Linn Katrine Høie, Chair of the Program Commitee, Cairn Energy
09:05

Risk Management in Change

Sigve Knudsen, Director of legal and regulatory affairs, Ptil
09:40

Have we managed to change? (Snorre A-incident 2004)

Leif Sandberg, Consultant, LSX Consult
10:25

Break

10:35

Risk fatigue, Risk phobia and other Risk phenomena

Carsten Busch, Founder, Mind The Risk
11:10

Risk analyses and decision context – what can we learn from other industries?

David Häger (Ph.D), Senior Advisor Risk Management, Prendo AS
11:45

Lunch

Chair:

Richard Heyerdahl, Proactima AS
12:45

Managing risk or managing risk reporting?

Hermann Steen Wiencke, Co-founder and Managing Director, Proactima
13:20

Risk management and cost reductions - time to be realistic

Jan Erik Vinnem, Professor, NTNU
13:55

Risk governance from a partner’s perspective

Fredrik Sønstabø, Asset Manager, Exxonmobil
14:30

Project management in an Enterprise Risk perspective

Torger Rød, Senior Vice President, Head of Project Development, Statoil ASA
15:05

Coffee & Networking

15:35

New methods for risk management on the NCS

Rolf Håkon Holmboe, Director HSEQ, VNG
16:10

Why are we using risk matrixes?

Jens Rolfsen, Department Manager/Specialist Adviser at Safetec Nordic AS
16:45

End day 1

17:00

Drinks and Dinner

Wednesday 01. February

08:00

Coffee & Networking

08:30

Opening Day 2

Linn Katrine Høie, Chair of the Program Commitee, Cairn Energy
08:35

The Nordic Model under Pressure. Risk Regulation for the Future

Ole Andreas Hegland Engen, Professor, University of Stavanger

Chair:

Eyvind Aven, Statoil ASA
09:10

Risk management in a digital future

Atle Stokke, Senior Consultant, Safety, DNV GL – Oil & Gas
09:45

Opportunity management

Scott Kerr, CEO, Mintra Group
10:20

Break

Chair:

Jan Erik Vinnem, NTNU
10:35

Managing risk and opportunities during the integration of Det Norske and BP (Aker BP)

Leif Gunnar Hestholm, VP HSE Disciplines, AkerBP
11:10

Connecting The Dots To Reduce Major Accident Risk In Offshore Operations

Karl Erik Dahl, Program Manager, Presight Solutions AS
11:45

Lunch

Chair:

Scott Kerr, Mintra Group
12:45

Risk management in planning of drilling and well activities

Thomas Nilsen (Ph.D) Specialist, Risk Management, Statoil ASA
13:20

Volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity (VUCA) on the rise - which key macroeconomic and market risks will impact our future?

Kyrre M. Knudsen, Chief Economist, SpareBank 1 SR-Bank
13:55

Conference summary

Linn Katrine Høie, Chair of the Program Commitee, Cairn Energy
14:00

End of Conference

Practical information

Organiser:

Norwegian Petroleum Society (NPF)

Venue:

Clarion Hotel Air Stavanger
Utsolaarmen 16, 4055 Sola
Phone 0047 90 20 77 85
Clarion Hotel Air

Conference fee:  

NPF personal members NOK 8,400 plus 25% vat
Non-NPF-members        NOK 9,900 plus 25% vat

The fee includes:

  • Coffee/tea
  • Lunches
  • Conference Dinner
  • Access to the presentations after end of conference

Payment:

Payment can be done upon registration by credit card (Master Card and Visa)
If not paid by creditcard you will receive an invoice from Norwegian Petroleum Society (NPF).Please note that by choosing invoice you will be submitted to a fee of NOK100,-

Cancellations:

Cancellations must be received in writing by 17th January 2017 and will be subject to a NOK 2,000 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. ​In case of cancellation of the conference by the Norwegian Petroleum Society, (NPF), the participant will be refunded the conference fee and/or the exhibition fee.
Other expenses the participants may have are not refunded and is not the responsibility of NPF.

Conference paper:

Presentations from the conference will be available on Internet after end of conference.  Delegates will be informed when available by 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:

We have pre-booked a number of rooms at the venue, Clarion Hotel Air. If you need a room please contact the hotel directly by sending an email to cl.air@choice.no Price: NOK 1.140 inc. vat and breakfast. Please refer to booking code: 1139GR001642

For more information please contact:

Project Manager: kristin.oinaes@npf.no

Conference comittee:

  • Linn Katrine Høie, Cairn Energy (committee leader)
  • Else Riis Rasmussen, Petroleumstilsynet (ptil)
  • Eyvind Aven, Statoil ASA
  • Jan Erik Vinnem, NTNU
  • Jan-Rune Brox, Aibel AS
  • Kristin Øinæs, Norsk Petroleumsforening (NPF)
  • Richard Heyerdahl, Proactima AS