Jan. 26, 2006


Description

Changing How We Do Business

- An SPE-GCS Technology Showcase

 

Smart Devices and Real Time Systems – Value to the Oilfield

 

Location          Microsoft Offices, 2000 W Sam Houston Parkway South, Suite #350 TX 77042 Tel:(832) 252-4300

 

Date:               January 26, 2007

 

Program:         8:00 -   8:30   Continental breakfast and registration

                          8:30 -   8:45   Welcome and Introductions

                          8:45 -   9:15   Keynote address (not confirmed)

                          9:15 -   9:30   Q&A, explain rest of agenda

                          9:30 - 12:30   Two concurrent sessions with 8 invited companies

                        12:30 -   1:30   Lunch and wrap-up

 

There will be four parallel 40 minutes vendor presentations.  Each vendor will repeat their presentation twice between 9:30 and 12:30 to allow attendees to self select into areas of interest

 

Each vendor will be asked to describe the capabilities of their products and present case studies of its application in the oil and gas industry.

 

Keynote:          Carl Sisk - BP

 

Subject:           Smart Devices and Real Time Systems – Value to the Oilfield

 

More and more, the intelligence and logic necessary to manage and optimize wells and field equipment is being pushed ever closer to the reservoir and wellhead. The sensors and controllers today have become much more powerful and capable due to the evolution of the microprocessor and other electronic technologies.  Because of this, the devices used in the production of oil and gas have become much “smarter”.  The devices themselves have the ability to act autonomously, or within a system, managing themselves and updating information as required to a system.

 

At the same time, with the rapid evolution of technology, real-time systems have become much more sophisticated with self-diagnostics, high speed connectivity and more open architectures.  Coupled with smart devices, real-time systems are providing valuable data beyond the traditional monitoring and alarms of SCADA.

 

Our upcoming Digital Technology Showcase (sponsored by the SPE Gulf Coast Chapter) is geared toward providing real solutions that expose the value of using smart devices as autonomous units or within field-wide systems. 

Featured Speakers

Speaker Carl Sisk

Carl Sisk, field of the future manager, onshore U.S. business unit
BP




Organizer

Philippe Flichy


Date and Time

Thu, Jan. 26, 2006

8 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
(GMT-0600) US/Central

Event has ended

Location

Microsoft Offices

2000 W Sam Houston Parkway South, Suite #350
Houston, TX 77029
usa