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04. to 05. Apr 2019

Risk Management Summit 2019

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NPF is pleased to welcome you to the 4th 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 petroleum industry where the speed of changes is increasing, new and advanced technologies are introduced, security threats is increasing, and the environmental impact of our industry is debated on the political arena.

Come and listen to leaders, risk management experts and other acknowledged speakers present their view, and maybe solutions to, how changes in the context in which we operate impact their risk management perspectives.

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.

 

Student sponsor:

 

Program

Thursday 04. April

09:00

Registration and coffee

Clarion Air
09:30

Welcome

Bjørnar Heide, Chair of the Conference Committee and Risk Management specialist at the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway
09:35

The Norwegian Continental Shelf; Still attractive and with new challenges ahead

Bente Nyland, Director General, Norwegian Petroleum Directorate
10:05

The investigation of the Petroleum Safety Authority

Presentation by Per-Kristian Foss, Auditor General of Norway
10:45

Coffee and networking

Chair:

Richard Heyerdahl, Chairman, Proactima
11:00

Safe-Strong-Clear

Anne Myhrvold, Director General, Petroleum Safety Authority Norway
11:30

Norway’s Climate Risk Commission: Better climate risk management

Klaus Mohn, Professor, University of Stavanger Business School
12:10

Lunch

Chair:

Richard Heyerdahl, Chairman, Proactima
13:10

How to align Enterprise Risk Management and Management By Objectives

Eyvind Aven, Senior Advisor Corporate Risk, Equinor
13:40

Integrated Risk Management applied as a key enabler for a successful Operatorship Transition

Dag Eggan, Senior Vice President Business Performance, OKEA AS
14:10

Coffee and networking

Chair:

Jan Erik Vinnem, Professor, NTNU
14:25

How Equinor manage cyber-security risk

Lars Idland, Vice president IT, Chief Information Security Officer, Equinor
14:55

Industrial cyberattacks – vulnerabilities, attack trends and major accident risks.

Kenneth Titlestad, Manager-Cyber Security, Sopra Steria
15:25

Are you taking unnecessary risks within offshore lifting and logistics? How can such risks be reduced by utilizing AI?

Camilla Nylund, Managing Director, Optilift
15:55

End day 1

16:30

Aperitif

17:00

Dinner

Friday 05. April

08:30

Coffee and networking

Chair:

Leif Gunnar Hestholm, VP HSE Diciplines, AkerBP
09:00

Performance First – balancing risk and opportunities

Marit Blaasmo, VP D&W- Improvement & Performance, AkerBP
09:30

New methods for risk informed decision support in development projects

Tore Sagvolden, Principal Advisor, Lilleaker Consulting
10:00

Coffee and networking

Chair:

Aasmund Erlandsen, Managing Director, RelyOn Nutec
10:15

Risk management - management of change to a digital world

Ole Jørgen Melleby, Head of HSE Management Section, Petroleum Safety Authority Norway
10:45

Lessons Learned From an Enterprise Risk Management Perspective After the Maersk Interceptor Fatality

Jakob Korsgaard, Managing Director, Maersk Drilling
11:15

Coffee and networking

Chair:

Eyvind Aven, Senior Advisor Corporate Risk, Equinor
11:30

Energy outlooks and climate risks – view from an energy company

Eirik Wærness, Senior Vice President and Chief Economist, Equinor
12:10

Closing

Bjørnar Heide, Chair of the Conference Committee and Risk Management specialist at the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway
12:15

Lunch

Dag Eggan

Senior Vice President Business Performance, OKEA AS

Dag Eggan currently holds the position as SVP Business Performance in OKEA AS. Prior to this, SVP Health, Environment and Safety in OKEA AS from June 2015 to December 2018. Overall responsible on behalf of OKEA as Transition Manager for the Draugen Operatorship Transition process from Shell to OKEA in H2, 2018.

Dag Eggan has held several senior management positions prior to joining OKEA AS, including Quality Risk Manager in the Mobile Newbuilds (MNB) Group in Statoil ASA and VP QHSE in Ocean Rig (latter over two periods). Dag was also co-founder and partner of PIER Offshore Management Services, where he held the position as VP QHSE, and in parallel also held executive positions on behalf of clients including VP QHSE Drilling in Sevan Drilling and QHSE Director in Skeie Drilling & Production (now Rowan Drilling) over the same period.

Over 20 years of experience managing QHSE in the offshore industry both in Norway and internationally, being instrumental in building up three (3) Drilling Contractor Companies and one Operating Company over this period. As part of this Dag have been overall QHSE responsible for design and construction of more than 10 newbuild MODU projects in the US, Singapore and China and starting up/managing deepwater drilling operations in various parts of the world including East Coast Canada, Cuba, West Africa, Brazil, the Falkland Islands, the UK, Norway and the Barents Sea.

Holds a MSc in Environmental Engineering from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

Eirik Wærness

Senior Vice President and Chief Economist, Equinor

Senior Vice President and Chief Economist in Equinor, group responsible for macroeconomics and energy and commodity market analyses, and head of strategy in mid- and downstream.
Broad experience from government, academics and private sector companies, as advisor and in different leadership positions. In Equinor, leader of Corporate Strategy, Corporate Planning and Analysis, Economic Analysis in Upstream Norway, Energy Market Analysis in addition to current role.
Currently non-executive member of the Board of Innovation Norway, and non-resident fellow at Payne Institute, Colorado School of Mines, as well as non-executive member of the Board of Centre for applied research at the Norwegian School of Economics.
2018: Member of the Global Commission to examine Geopolitics of Energy Transformation, set up by IRENA, the International Renewable Energy Agency.
July 2016 – February 2018 non-executive member of the Board of the Norwegian Financial Supervisory Authority (Finanstilsynet).
2014-2018 in different energy initiatives under World Economic Forum, including special advisor for their work on energy architecture and member of the global council on the future of energy.
In the period 2010-2013 member of the Executive Board of the Central Bank of Norway.
Previous work experience from the Centre for applied research at the Norwegian School of Economics, Norwegian Ministry of Finance, Total E&P Norway, and Pöyry Management Consulting/Econ Centre for economic analysis.

Practical information

Organiser:
Norwegian Petroleum Society (NPF)

Venue:
Clarion Hotel Air,
Utsolaarmen 16, 4055 Sola, Norway
Telephone:      0047- 22 33 42 00
E-mail:        cl.air@choice.no

Conference fee:  
NPF personal members NOK 8.400,- plus 25% vat
Non-NPF-members        NOK 10.400,- plus 25% vat

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

Membership of the Norwegian Petroleum Society (NPF)
We offer conference participants to purchase membership of NPF together with registration and payment for the conference:

  • 1 year membership for conference participants – with affiliation to NPF Oslo / Polyteknisk Forening (PF Olje) (NOK 1,600)
  • 1 year membership for conference participants – other local charters (NOK 1,000)

Payment:
Payment can be done upon registration by credit card (Master Card/Visa/AmEx) or invoice. All international payments must be approved before the conference starts..

Cancellations:
Cancellations must be received in writing by 21st March 2019 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:
Clarion Hotel Air Stavanger, Norway
Price per night (incl.breakfast) Single room: 1,290NOK incl. VAT
Price per night (incl.breakfast) Double room: 1,490NOK incl. VAT
Hotel is not included in the conference fee and must be paid when checking out

Transportation :
The hotel is located only 5 minutes walking distance from Stavanger Airport

 

For further information, please contact:
Kristin Øinæs
Project Manager
Norwegian Petroleum Society (NPF)
tel. +47 455 07 475
kristin.oinaes@npf.no