2014 IADC Advanced Rig Technology Conference & Exhibition

Start: 16 September 2014
End: 17 September 2014

Venue: Moody Gardens Hotel
Location: Galveston, Texas, USA

Conference Sponsors

 
 

Registration Information

Advanced registration for this event is closed.
Please see IADC staff onsite for door registration.

  • Registration for this event is $600 per attendee.
  • Federal government employees may be eligible for a 50% discount on conference registration.
  • Speakers, sponsors and exhibitors are not eligible for online registration. (Complete the Conference Registration Form PDF below)

Conference Links

For registration inquiries, please contact Josh Sanchez at joshua.sanchez@iadc.org or +1 713 292 1945.

Click here to view the roster as of 7 September.  A current roster will be available onsite.

Introduction

Onshore and offshore rig technology are the highly focused topics of the 2014 IADC Advanced Rig Technology (ART) Conference & Exhibition, organized by the IADC Advanced Rig Technology Committee. The IADC ART Conference & Exhibition serves as a leading forum to explore the state-of-the-art advances in rig technology, downhole operations, and integrating the two seamlessly with minimal human intervention. The event will also review activities of the IADC ART Committee, which has steadily advanced drilling technology, by exploring future technology, drilling control systems and automation. The current initiatives of the committee include developing operational guidelines, educating the industry on technology, assessing the pros and cons of advanced drilling technology, and identifying key deliverables for the industry.

The Drilling Systems Automation (DSA) Roadmap Workshop will be held from 12:00 – 5:00 pm on 15 September. (NOTE: Workshop registration fee is separate from that for IADC Advanced Rig Technology Conference & Exhibition.)

Monday, 15 September

Noon-5 pm  IADC Drilling Systems Automation Roadmap Workshop  Salon FGH
The Drilling Systems Automation Roadmap (DSA) Workshop, jointly organized by the IADC ART Committee and the DSA Roadmap Cross Industry Initiative Committee, will share the status of the DSA Roadmapping initiative and seek input from attendees. (NOTE: Workshop registration fee is separate from that for IADC Advanced Rig Technology Conference & Exhibition.) Please refer to http://www.iadc.org/event/2014-iadc-drilling-systems-automation-roadmap-workshop-2/ for registration information.

Conference Program

Tuesday, 16 September

7:30 am  Registration, Coffee Service & Exhibit Viewing  Salon ABC & Foyer 

7:45 am  Speaker Briefing  (Conference speakers, session chairs & moderators only)  Moody II

8:20 am Welcome & Introduction  Moody II

  • Stephen Colville, President & CEO, IADC

IADC Exemplary Service Award
IADC Exemplary Service Awards recognize individuals notable for outstanding contributions to the drilling industry and to IADC. Recipients have, in the course of their career, repeatedly demonstrated their commitment to improving the drilling industry and advancing its safety, training, or technology.

  • Gene Facey, Consultant

RT14-Gene-FaceyGene Facey began his career in the oil and gas industry in 1969 working for Texaco Inc. In 1972, he joined The Offshore Company and worked in every sector – engineering, project management, new construction, marketing, contracts and operations, all with a focus on International work. In 1991, Gene joined Wilrig AS and led their U.S. and Brazilian operations prior to moving to Norway to become Corporate Sr. Vice President and continued in that position after Wilrig AS was acquired by Transocean. In 1996, Gene joined ENSCO to manage their Asia Pacific Business Unit which he ran until he returned to the U.S. to become Corporate Vice President, Operations and then Corporate Vice President, Engineering. Upon his retirement in 2003, Gene started a new career in volunteerism. One of his major volunteer efforts was with the United States Coast Guard’s National Offshore Safety Advisory Committee (NOSAC), serving and representing the Offshore Drilling sector on that committee. Gene Facey is a current member of the NOSAC. He has served on the NOSAC since his retirement from ENSCO plc in 2003. Gene was Chair of the NOSAC from April 2008 until February 2014 and Vice Chair from 2006 until 2008.

 

Session Chair: Stephen Colville, President & CEO, IADC
IADC Advanced Rig Technology (ART) Committee Update
The IADC Advanced Rig Technology Committee and Subcommittee officers will update the audience on their current work and vision moving forward. Each group has accomplished numerous goals and projects to the betterment of the drilling industry.

  • ART Chairman: David Reid, Chief Marketing Officer, National Oilwell Varco
  • Vice Chairman: Terry Loftis, Director Engineering, Transocean
  • Subcommittee Chairman: Drilling Control Systems: Trenton Martin, Systems Engineer, Transocean
  • Subcommittee Chairman: Future Technology: Thomas Geehan, Sr. Advisor Science & Technology, M-I SWACO, A Schlumberger Company
  • Subcommittee Chairman: BOP Controls Subcommittee: Dave Dartford, Director R&D Engineering, Noble Drilling US Inc.

9:30 am  Keynote Presentation

  • Vinod Veedu, PhD, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Oceanit

10:00 am  Coffee Service & Exhibit Viewing

10:15 am  Unique Drilling Packages
Moderator: Gavin Humphreys, New Business & Technology Manager, Stena Drilling Ltd.
In response to their customers’ unique drilling projects, these contractors have answered with equally distinctive drilling packages. Learn how innovative equipment from each of these companies helps to improve safety, ensure reliability and reduce downtime, as it relates to the drilling process.

  • Shane Lalumandier, Engineering Manager, Sidewinder Drilling
  • Frederic Jacquemin, Director DGD Program, Pacific Drilling
  • David Dartford, Director R&D Engineering, Noble Drilling US Inc.

11:45 pm  Luncheon & Exhibit Viewing  Salon D 

12:45 pm  Automation
Session Chair: Terry Loftis, IADC ART Committee Vice-Chairman; Director Engineering, Transocean

The Driller in the Loop Dilemma: John de Wardt, President, DE WARDT AND COMPANY
In the debates on drilling systems automation the statement that the “driller must remain in the loop” is often made. Recent accidents have highlighted both the ability of automation to outperform the human and the need for the human to be able to regain control under special circumstances. This paper will discuss the driller in the loop dilemma through analogies from industrial automation, analysis of manual versus automated control, pausable and non pausable events in drilling operations, human factors engineering, cognitive bias and the application of chronic unease to supervisory control.

Using Open Systems for Rig Automation: Eric Nelson, Autonomous Systems Technical Lead, Shell TechWorks
The dream of automated rigs involves complex software-controlled electromechanical systems with solutions integrated from a large number of disparate vendors. But all too often, the best technologies cannot make it to the field because of IP issues or incompatible interfaces. To improve innovation and get the best technologies into the field, the entire industry needs to push toward open standards, open architectures, and open software to solve their problems. Of course, when not done correctly, using open solutions can hurt business models. The key challenge is to utilize open business models to assure there is a business case for companies to invest resources into innovation. While the initial cost of open development is expensive, it could pay large dividends by allowing better technologies into market faster.

Untangling the Automation – Untangling the Spaghetti of Requirements Using SysML: David Hetherington, President, Asatte Press
This presentation will cover the author’s real-life experience using SysML to untangle the spaghetti of automation requirements for a high-specification jackup rig. The presentation will give a brief introduction to the model-driven engineering vision: rigorous understanding of just what it is that the system-of-systems is supposed to do. The presentation then moves on the practical problem of using some actual less-than-perfect software tools. Finally, the presentation will discuss some of the project management human factors involved. The goal of this presentation is to contribute to the current discussion of the topic: “Is the automation really making us safer?”

2:15 pm  Coffee Service & Exhibit Viewing

2:45 pm  New Drilling Equipment
Session Chair: Thomas Kipker, Head of Project Management, Bentec GmbH Drilling & Oilfield Systems

A Network While Tripping Device for Trip Optimization and Increased Rig Floor Safety:  Brian Van Burkleo, Business Development Manager, Ted Christiansen, Andrew Craig, Mark Walker, Mark Penn, NOV Intelliserv
Yes, wired drill pipe can provide real-time data, but what happens during tripping in and tripping out operations? What if there was a device that could provide real-time TIH/TOH drillstring and wellbore environmental conditions data? Could you then increase trip speeds while monitoring downhole pressure management and the potentially disastrous surge/swab effects? Come learn about the recently developed Network While Tripping (NWT) device.

Drilling Automation: New Equipment, New Ideas… Big Changes: Melanie Luthi, Business Development – Dynamic Drilling Solutions, & Andrew Coit, Drilling Automation Project Manager -Dynamic Drilling Solutions Group, National Oilwell Varco
Advanced drilling tools and equipment enable closed-loop control of downhole drilling parameters.  This system is enhanced with software to optimize drilling parameter selection to deliver improved drilling efficiency.

Pipe-Handling Integration in Land Drilling Operations – Safety Review, Operational Drivers, and Field Performance Feedback: Joel Heinen, Product Technical Manager, Tom Yost, National Oilwell Varco, Mike Garvin, Patterson UTI Drilling Company
The value of safety is critical to our industry, and technology is adopted when all the stakeholders meet their needs.  In drilling operations, the drilling contractor needs reliable systems with consistent performance that competes with current operations performance, in contrast the crew are looking for tools that they can understand and help them carry out their task better than before.  The critical role of the derrickman is one that has a high standard to mechanize and meet the needs of the crew and contractor.  A fingerboard mounted pipe handling system has been introduced, which differs from previous attempts to eliminate the manual interaction of a derrickman in land drilling operations.  The machine was the outcome of unique consensus between the designer and the drilling contractor and provides a solution equivalent to manual tripping speeds that is strongly accepted by the drill crew.  Critical to operational success was tripping speed, simplicity, and following the process that a manual operation is comfortable with.  Eliminating the existing gripping devices and hoisting systems were one of many steps taken to improve the acceptance of a safety support tool on a working drilling rig.  This paper will examine a case study with Patterson UTI and an equipment manufacturer which will show the performance feedback from a field proven solution. This will address the barriers that hold this advancement back and has the possibility of greatly increasing safe land drilling operations.

4:15 pm  Adaptive Well Control
Session Chair: Thomas Kipker, Head of Project Management, Bentec GmbH Drilling & Oilfield Systems

Towards Autonomous Drilling: Bjarne Larsen, Advisor-T&I and Advanced Well Control, Aker Solutions
Evolution and stepwise progression have moved the focus from isolated machine/equipment thinking to integrated process/system thinking. This pushes equipment manufacturers and system integrators to re-think approaches to fulfill requirements from the value chain. As the role of human operators has changed because of automation, system and process complexity has increased. This presentation provides thoughts and approaches for the next generation autonomous drilling control systems, capable of receiving, execution, logging and reporting of a complete electronic well program. Levels of autonomy will also be discussed.

4:45 pm  Welcoming Reception & Exhibit Viewing  Salon ABC 

Wednesday, 17 September

7:30 am  Registration, Coffee Service & Exhibit Viewing  Salon ABC & Foyer

8:20 am  Welcome & Introduction  Ballroom II

  • David Reid, IADC ART Committee Chairman; Chief Marketing Officer, National Oilwell Varco

Drilling Systems Automation Roadmap Workshop Update

  • John de Wardt, President, DE WARDT AND COMPANY

8:45 am  DOE’s Deepwater Drilling Research

  • Roy Long, Ultra-Deepwater Technology Manager, DOE/NETL Houston

9:15 am  HSE
Session Chair: David Reid, IADC ART Committee Chairman; Chief Marketing Officer, National Oilwell Varco

Human Factors of the Driller’s Console – Lessons Learned Outside of the Industry: Amanda DiFiore, Human Factors Manager, QinetiQ North America, John de Wardt, DE WARDT AND COMPANY, Terry Loftis, Transocean
Designing systems to accommodate the limits of an operator is the primary concern of human factors engineering. The railroad industry, specifically locomotive operations, is analogous to the evolution of drilling operations. The integration of new technologies into the locomotive cab is redefining not only the workspace but also the role of the locomotive engineer. Cognitive overload is a potential concern as the information to which an engineer must attend is quickly exceeding human performance limitations. This presentation will describe valuable lessons learned regarding the importance of designing a user-centered driller’s console that facilitates safe and efficient operations from the perspective of sound human factors and ergonomics principles.

Lessons Learned from Commercial Aviation: Ronny “Ronoo” Monsour, VP of Sales, Check-6
Using video and real-world examples you will be introduced to simple, yet proven lessons that transformed commercial aviation to a culture of “Flawless Execution.” This change transformed a “personality dependent” environment, authoritative leadership, and blame culture into a model of standardization and deliberate leadership – resulting in zero fatalities in 7 of the past 9 years for US airlines. The underlying theme is professionalism through standardization – standardization of leadership actions and work methodology. It focuses on your most vulnerable, yet predictable resource, your people. By learning from 30 years of aviation improvement, these lessons learned can provide a strategic foundation to help you achieve sustainable excellence.

Ensuring Workplace Safety & Compliance with HSE Requirements in the Face of the Fracking Boom: Mark Hayden, Senior Project Manager, Bureau Veritas
With the boom in activity in the shale plays across the U.S., the energy industry faces a number of new challenges including an increase in worker injuries and fatalities, increased exposure to silica and potentially harmful nanoparticles, and mounting pressures from regulatory bodies. The presentation will educate attendees on the current regulatory landscape and requirements for compliance with HSE and workplace safety regulations, the benefits of maintaining compliance, such as mitigating potential downtime and production activity at the drill site and positioning companies as socially responsible employers, and third-party solutions for achieving and maintaining compliance.

10:45 am  Coffee Service & Exhibit Viewing

11:00 am  Reliability
Session Chair: Gregers Kudsk, VP of Technical Management, Maersk Drilling

Software Verification – Research Results & Practical Experience from Other Industries: David Card, Senior Principal Specialist, DNV GL
The quantity and significance of software aboard Mobile Offshore Units (MOUs) has increased rapidly in recent years. New methods have been introduced to the industry to address the quality challenge posed by complex interacting software-controlled systems. Examples include Hardware in the Loop (HIL) testing and Integrated Software Dependent Systems (ISDS). However, little data on the efficiency or effectiveness of these methods has been collected in the MOU industry. The presentation will review the results of analysis of data and practical experience from other industries.

The Role of Prognostics & Health Management Tools in Subsea Drilling: Prasanna Tamilselvan, Reilability Consultant, John Strutt, Astrimar
The presentation will include the overview of a generic Prognostics and Health Management (PHM) framework and its application to the drilling industry. The presentation will address the tools needed to support a prognostics informed decision making process. The different phases of the methodology will be discussed including PHM framework, risk and reliability analysis and decision-making. The steps involved in the various phases will be outlined including: data collection, diagnostics tools, data analysis, and system reliability and risk analysis. The benefits of prognostics and diagnostics in managing reliability and integrity in the subsea industry will be discussed.

Noon  Luncheon & Exhibit Viewing  Salon D

1:00 pm  Challenges & Solutions – 20K BOP
Moderator: Scott Maddox, Director, Drilling & Well Services Division, IADC
Offshore operations continue to trend towards developing high-pressure/high-temperature (HP/HT) fields. Industry must respond with advanced technological solutions as the completion of these HP/PT wells present numerous technical challenges. An important aspect of advancing the industry’s capabilities for developing these fields requires an active approach for developing safe practices. HSE efforts will require ongoing collaboration and support from all participants as this market sector matures. These industry leaders will discuss concerns and recommendations regarding these complex wells.

  • Frank Springett, VP & GM – Pressure Control Group, National Oilwell Varco
  • Lance Labiche, VP, J Connor Consulting, former Petroleum Engineer, BSEE
  • Jean-Paul Buisine, Corporate Sub-Sea Operations Manager, Transocean

2:00 pm  Drilling on the U.S. OCS: The Coast Guard’s Regulatory Update: CDR James “Jim” Rocco, Detachment Chief, Outer Continental Shelf National Center of Expertise, USCG
An update on pending CG offshore regulations, which are outgrowths from the Macondo Joint Investigation Team Report.  Comparison of pending CG offshore regulations with the 2009 MODU code as a way to better understand the intent for a complementary oversight plan on the US OCS.

2:30 pm  Coffee Break & Exhibit Viewing

2:45 pm  Reliability II
Session Chair: George Morgan, Global Offshore Manager, Derrick Equipment Company

Patterson-UTI’s Strategic Asset Management Plan: Improving Rig Performance through Standard Work: Wayne Workman, Senior Manager, Technical Services, Patterson-UTI Drilling Company, LLC, Mike Poland, Vice President – Asset Management Services, Life Cycle Engineering
In an industry faced with high turnover, the lack of technically-skilled personnel and a widely varied fleet demographic, Patterson-UTI took a proactive approach to establish a program to help mitigate these issues. Their maintenance and operations professionals have come together to create a strategic asset management plan and asset management policy for their fleet. Armed with asset management best practices outlined in the recently published international standard, ISO 55000 series, key stakeholders collaborated with their executive sponsor to create a path forward to improve reliability and provide the operational stability that their customers demand.

Reducing Software Risk Between Shipyard & First Well: Adi Gildor, Software & Control Systems Consultant, Cris DeWitt, ABS Group
This paper seeks to address software challenges such as multi-discipline conflict resolution, schedule risk, operational expectations, un-reported system inputs, invisible parameters, coordination of signal commands, timing sensitivity – all during shipyard software and control system commissioning and through the first well. Example systems include power management, dynamic positioning, and drilling control.

3:45 pm  Wrap-up & Adjournment

Unassigned Papers of Note

Weatherford TorkDrive™ DT-E Tool Enhances the New Trend of Casing Running & Casing Drilling Applications: Leandro Oviedo, Global Applications Engineer, Weatherford
Getting the casing to Total Depth (TD) can be challenging in multiple scenarios, and tools have been developed to help achieve such goal. But now, the drilling applications demand equipment with even higher versatility and capabilities while optimizing footprint to also fit in the smallest and super single rigs. The Weatherford TorkDrive™ DT-E Tool is the latest surface tool designed to enhance the casing, running, and drilling operations, providing operators and drilling contractors with powerful capabilities to overcome most of the problems commonly faced in such operations, while ensuring connection integrity and increased safety. A review of case histories has been performed proving reliability and outstanding performance of the tool in different countries with varying rig designs.

A Field Study of Surface Stick-slip Mitigation Techniques in the Eagle Ford Shale Play: Frode Efteland, Product Line Manager, Andrew Coit, Kirtland McKenna, National Oilwell Varco
With the lithology of the Eagle Ford play being relatively soft, stick-slip is not consistently recognized as a major problem in US shale gas drilling sector and therefore has little documentation surrounding this issue. However, field tests, with high speed downhole sensors, have shown that vibrations actually play a significant role in this region, particularly when drilling deviated wells up to 18,000 ft. With the use of a surface based stick-slip mitigation tool, torsional vibrations can be dramatically reduced, the steering of the directional drilling tool is improved and wellbore quality increases while tool failures and bit wear decrease. 13 wells were drilled with a typical vertical, curve and a lateral section. Result indicates increase in ROP, significant reduction in torsional vibration, less lateral vibrations, improved directional control of bit and reliable Real-Time surface estimation of BHA speed and stick-slip severity, to be directly used as a metric of smooth drilling.

Deploying Wireless Instrumentation Networks for Enhanced Production and Safety: Paul Sereiko, President, Advanced Industrial Wireless Associates (AIW), Jay Werb, President, Jay Werb Consulting, Technical Director ISA100Wireless, Wireless Compliance Institute
Wireless instrumentation installations in Brownfield environments is a key enabler for capturing reduced installation costs, increasing automation capability, enabling production optimization, and reducing risk.   Wireless technology is gaining visibility across functions within operations, resource, and projects, upstream, and downstream are using wireless sensors and gateway technology. Ad hoc approaches are suitable for initial wireless deployments, but scaled operations need clear guidelines and processes to facilitate rollout of enterprise-wide systems that are suitable for monitoring, control, and safety related alarms. This session will report out results of a wireless implementation study conducted by AIW for a mature upstream field operated by a super-major oil company and discuss vocabulary, process, and decision making associated with deploying wireless instrumentation.


Conference Program Committee

Brian Ellis, Canrig Drilling Technology Ltd
David Reid, National Oilwell Varco
Dustin Torkay, Seadrill
Dusty Sonnier, McCoy Drilling & Completions
Fionn Iversen, IRIS
Gavin Humphreys, Stena Drilling Ltd.
George Morgan, Derrick Equipment Company
Gregers Kudsk, Maersk Drilling
Guido van den Bos, National Oilwell Varco
Ian Russell, KCA Deutag
Joop Roodenburg, Huisman Equipment BV
Keith Ross, Halliburton Energy Services
Mark Gravouia, McCoy Drilling & Completions
Morten Welmer, National Oilwell Varco
Terry Loftis, Transocean
Tom Geehan, M-I SWACO, A Schlumberger Company
Thomas Kipker, Bentec GmbH Drilling & Oilfield Systems
Scott Maddox, IADC

Exhibitors

Exhibition for this event is sold out.

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Life Cycle Engineering
National Oilwell Varco
Siemens Industry, Inc.
Drillmec Inc.
Weatherford
CAD Control Systems
Marine Cybernetics
BAUER Deep Drilling GmbH
Huisman Equipment BV
Derrick Equipment Company
IFS North America
Aker Solutions
MAX STREICHER GmbH & Co.
AWC Inc.
Drillform Technical Services
EFC Group
Hydraulic Systems Inc.
Omron Oilfield & Marine, Inc.
Axon Energy Products
M-I SWACO, A Schlumberger Company
Fluid Systems, Inc.
Windlass Engineers & Services, Inc.
IHS
American Block Manufacturing Company
Schramm Inc.
KnightHawk Engineering

Exhibition Information

Exhibition for this event is sold out.

Cost for the 10′ x 10′ space is $2,000.
The space will be set with a skirted table, two chairs and access to electricity.
With the space, you receive one complimentary conference registration and up to two additional registrations at half price.
No refunds for cancellations will be issued.

  • Exhibitors can set-up after 3:00 pm on Monday, 15 September.  All booths must be completely set up by 6:30 am on Tuesday, 16 September.
  • You may tear down your booth space after the last coffee break at 2:45 pm on Wednesday, 17 September.
  • The exhibitor space is a 10′ x 10′ area. It will be set with a 6′ skirted table and two chairs with access to electricity. Please do not exceed 10′ across, as the space in the exhibition area will be limited.
  • Wall space for signs/banners will not be available. All signs/banners must be affixed to the table or free standing.
  • All personnel working the exhibition must be registered. With your space, you will receive one complimentary registration and up to two additional registrations for half price or $300.

Click here to view the exhibition diagram.

Exhibitions at IADC events will be limited to showcasing products and services that advance technology, competency or HSE. Exhibitions centered on recruitment or employment should not take space at IADC events.

For exhibition details, please contact:
Stephanie Carling, stephanie.carling@iadc.org, or Lori Gagula, lori.gagula@iadc.org at +1.713.292.1945.


Sponsorship Opportunities

There are four levels of sponsoring: Diamond sponsors, Platinum Sponsors, Gold Sponsors, and Silver Sponsors. Event sponsorships are also available and will be categorized by monetary contribution with the appropriate level of sponsorship. Please find the benefits of the sponsor packages below. The conference sponsor will receive high profile recognition before, during and after the conference.

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Diamond $25,000
(10 Comps*)

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Platinum $15,000
(5 Comps*)

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Gold $10,000
(3 Comps*)

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Silver $5,000
(1 Comp*)

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Event sponsorships are also available!

For more information please contact:
Stephanie Carling, stephanie.carling@iadc.org, or Lori Gagula, lori.gagula@iadc.org at +1.713.292.1945.

* Comps refer to number of complimentary registrations


Hotel Information

Please make your room reservations directly with the hotel.
Please be sure to mention IADC to obtain discounted rate.

Moody Gardens Hotel

Seven Hope Boulevard, Galveston, Texas 77554, United States
Phone: +1.409.741.8484 Fax: +1.409.683.4936
Room Rates: $149.00 per night (single or double)
Rates are available until 25 August.

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To avoid being a victim of fraud, please do not give out your credit card details to any other party and make your hotel reservations exclusively through the Hotel.

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Event Summary

2014 IADC Advanced Rig Technology Conference & Exhibition