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Simulation & Systems Engineering in the Oil & Gas Industry

Emerging Standards & Practices

Tuesday, April 7th, 2015 | Houston, TX

Overview

The oil & gas industry faces a myriad of challenges, including the operation of production equipment in the most extreme environments with no room for error, as well as increasing pressure on refineries to minimize costs, safety risks, downtime, and emissions. Accurately representing the reality of various production and refinement analyses requires a multidisciplinary approach and knowledge of current best practices & standards to safely and efficiently develop innovative solutions. 

Topics presented and discussed at this seminar will address various questions, such as:

  • What are the emerging multiphysics and multidisciplinary engineering practices and standards related to oil & gas extraction and refinement?

  • How can I explore newer and safer methods in the face of ever expanding regulatory requirements? 

  • How can I employ cost-effective model re-use in an innovative, yet reliable manner?

  • How can I better leverage systems modeling & simulation to improve the safety and reliability of equipment?

  • How are others collaborating and addressing interoperability in a multiple-designer environment?

  • What solutions are available to help me, and have others had success with similar applications?

  • What steps should I take when exploring the widening technology landscape? 

Description

NAFEMS Americas and invited speakers will cover these topics, and more, at, “Simulation & Systems Engineering in the Oil & Gas Industry: Emerging Standards & Practices." Located in Houston, TX, attendees from the Oil & Gas industry will gather at this annual event, in a pre-competitive manner, to exchange ideas, identify best practices, and drive the near-future direction of technology.

This event aims to deliver information and insights on critical topic areas in a manner that maximizes the “take-away” value for attendees. An event agenda and concept championed by several leading figures in the oil & gas industry will provide the opportunity to learn about the latest technologies and practices, which attendees can later share and apply within their own organizations.



Agenda

Note: If you attended this event and require assistance to access these materials, please contact Andrew Wood

 9:00am

 Welcome & Introduction        
 Mr. Andrew Wood, Americas Regional Representative, NAFEMS

 9:15am

 The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE)  Approval  Process for HPHT Projects in the Gulf of Mexico
 Mr. Russell Hoshman, Technical Advisor, BSEE GOM

 10:00am

 Leveraging the Latest Simulation Methods and Tools
 Mr. Jim O'Sullivan, Vice-President & Chief Technology Officer,  Technip     

 Presentation (PDF): Download

 10:45am

 Break

 11:05am

 Enabling Process Innovation with FMI
 Mr. Edward Ladzinski, Co-Founder, NAFEMS Systems Modeling &  Simulation  Working Group

 11:50am

 Case Studies on Innovative Oil & Gas Applications (Session 1)

 "Using HPC for Design Exploration of Mechanical Oilfield  Components" (Altair Engineering)

 Presentation (PDF): Download

 "Evolution of Simulation Practices in the Oil & Gas Industry" (ANSYS)

 Presentation (PDF): Download

 12:20pm

 Lunch

 1:20pm

 Case Studies on Innovative Oil & Gas Applications (Session 2)

 "Novel Image-Based Modeling Techniques for Simulating Pore Scale  Fluid Flow" (Simpleware)

 Presentation (PDF): Download

 1:50pm

 Validating FEA Methodology: Strain Predictions & Testing
 Mr. Kyle Robinson, Research Engineer, Southwest Research Institute

 Presentation (PDF): Not Available

 2:35pm

 Coupled Analysis of Flexible Pipe - Seabed Interaction During Dropped  Impact
 Mr. Alistair Gill, Vice President of Advanced Engineering, Wild Well  Control

 Presentation (PDF): Download

 3:20pm

 Break

 3:50pm

 Computing in a New Era of Engineering 
 Mr. Ganesh Nanaware, Staff Engineer & Project Manager, Baker  Hughes

 Presentation (PDF): Download

 4:35pm

 Discussion: What are the Opportunities & Obstacles for More  Engineering Simulation in Oil & Gas?
 Discussion led by Dr. Dennis Nagy, Steering Committee Member,  NAFEMS Americas 

 5:35pm

 Closing Remarks

 5:45pm

 Close

 


Registration

You can register to attend using the "order" button on the right.

Members of NAFEMS: FREE* 
Members of NAFEMS without sufficient seminar credits: $99
Non-members of NAFEMS: $299

*subject to availability of sufficient seminar credits – this event will utilize two (2) seminar credits per delegate. If you would like confirm your seminar credit balance, please contact the event manager, and reference "Simulation & Systems Engineering in Oil & Gas" in the subject line. 

These fees include attendance at the seminar, morning and afternoon refreshments, and lunch. Hotel accommodation is not included.


Venue

Norris Conference Centers – Houston / CityCentre
816 Town and Country Blvd., Ste. 210
Houston, Texas 77024
Phone (713) 590-0950
Map Available Here



Details

Event Type: Seminar
Location: Houston, TX USA
Date: April 7, 2015


Event Registration

You can register to attend this event using the "Order" button found in the "Purchasing Details" section above.

Additional information about registration fees and discounts can be found in the area to the left, listed below the event agenda. 

Group Discount: If your company is planning to send multiple attendees to this event, please contact the event manager to discuss a group discount. Opportunities are available on a first-come, first-served basis. 



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Questions?

Please contact the NAFEMS Americas office with any questions. 


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