|OSEA2018 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE|
|9.10am||Country Insights on Market Outlook, Investment Opportunities and Latest Oil and Gas Developments|
|9.10am||Session 1: Norway|
|9.20am||Session 2: Vietnam|
|9.30am||Session 3: Australia/USA/UK|
|9.40am||Session 4: Singapore|
|9.50am||Country Representatives Panel Discussion:
Collaborative Opportunities with International Firms from the Countries
|10.15am||VIP Tour of Exhibition
Morning Tea Break
|11.00am||Thought Leaders Panel: LNG Market in Perspective – An Asia Outlook
|11.45am||Keynote: The Future of Global Oil & Gas Supply and Demand Dynamics
Thom Payne, Director, Westwood Global Energy Group
From Electrification to Digitalisation, Are We Doing Enough About Cyber Safety in O&G?
In the past, cyber-attacks have been confined within enterprises and homes with incidents mostly occurring in IT systems. Today, the nature of the threat has evolved. “Advanced threats” are not just hard to detect, they are also targeting at Industrial Control Systems (ICS), or SCADA platforms, or Operation Technologies (OT).
|2.15pm||Building a Digital Strategy for Maximum ROI
Sanjay Bakshi, Chief Digital Officer, Shell
|2.45pm||Afternoon Tea Break|
Building a Roadmap for the Digital Oilfield: From Advanced Analytics to Predictive Maintenance
Sensing, connectivity, and analytics are the largest megatrends transforming many industries across the world. When it comes to oil and gas, the implementation of digital tools has quickly evolved into the “Digital Oilfield” and continues to be one of the most discussed emerging technologies in the industry. In this series of presentations, Lux Research will discuss:
a) The Roadmap for Smart Oil 2030
As digital innovations are quickly embraced by the oil and gas industry, many players are exploring the next big potential breakthrough for digitizing their operations. In this presentation, Lux Research examines:
Harshit Sharma, Practice Lead, Lux Research
b) Predictive Maintenance: The Art of Uptime
Improvements in real-time sensing, connectivity, and analytics are ushering in the next generation of predictive maintenance solutions for the oil and gas industry. In this presentation, Lux Research examines:
Yuan-Sheng Yu, Senior Analyst, Lux Research
Unmanned Systems and Vessels: Opportunities to Restructure Oil and Gas Sector
|5.00pm||End of Conference Day One|
|9.00am||Chairman’s Opening Remarks|
|9.05am||How U.S. Global LNG Exports Will Impact the Asian Market: New Structural and
Dr. Kent F. Moors, Executive Chairman, Energy Capital Research Group
LNG Shipping Options and FSRU & FLNG Latest Developments in the Region
|10.45am||Morning Tea Break|
|11.15am||Small Scale LNG and Bunkering in Asia: Opportunities, Challenges and Prospects
|11.45am||UAE Market Outlook and Investment Opportunities for Oil & Gas Companies
Mr. Saud Al Mazrouei, Director, Hamriyah Free Zone
Asset Integrity Management for Life Extension
Alfred Low, Head of Services, Swagelok
Identification of a Good Fabricator for Topside Module
Fabrication plays an important role in an EPCIC project. An unreliable fabricator could cause a disaster; therefore comprehensive review is an important requirement to select a good fabricator.
Fabrication cost constitutes about 30%-45% of the total cost of EPCIC for both offshore and onshore projects. In view of the high fabrication cost, it is important the fabricator evaluation takes fabrication cost into consideration too. Specifically, Chinese fabricators are equipped with the latest technologies for steel structure fabrication and they can provide significant cost saving of around 10%-20% from the total EPCIC cost. However, how do you ensure the safety & quality is not compromised while saving cost?
This paper aims to outline both non-technical and technical requirements to identify good fabricator for topside module. It supports the Oil and Gas Companies decision-making process with respect to safety enhancement and quality assurance.
Muhamad Hafiz Azlam, Resident Engineer/Senior Project Engineer, Petronas
|3.30pm||Afternoon Tea Break|
Determining Spares Criticality through Understanding of Risks
The need to strike the right balance between reliability and quality of supply, capital and operational expenditure for your asset management regimes is critical to maintaining safety and profitability. A reliability-based approach to managing systems is common, but does not enable the understanding of consequence failure, human error and the risks that these present to operations.
Which brings us to the question: How can your risk-based approach be optimised to assist the management of critical spares and maintenance?
Through this interactive masterclass, you will:
Dr Sukhy Barhey, Director, BMT
|4.45pm||End of Conference|
*This programme may be subject to change without prior notice.