Session 3: Improvement of the technological development environment in Brazil
Time: 09:30 - 10:50
Rachid Felix – Valor M; Alex Dal Pont – Petrobras
Considering the new O&G development scenario, after a long deep crisis a clear recover based on ultra-deepwater projects is ongoing. New energy sources are now consolidated. Subsea Industry is exposed to new challenges. Factors as Green Projects, Competitiveness, Shorter Schedules and digitalization must be addressed. Technology is a strong path to solve these issues. Technology development must be done through a collaborative ambient. How to improve it is a discussion we want to promote in this section.
09:30 | Session 3 – Chair’s Speech
09:50 | Session 3 – Braulio Bastos (Kestor offshore) - Risks v. conservatism in the new technologies implementation - Linkedin
10:10 | Session 3 – Martin Van Onna (Airborne) - Airborne - A successful transition from a startup to a top tier subsea supplier - Linkedin
10:30 | Session 3 – Alfredo Renault (ANP) - TBD
Time: 10:50 - 11:10
Time: 11:10 - 12:30
Time: 12:30 - 13:30
Session 4: Joint industry efforts to promote technology leadership
Time: 13:30 - 14:50
Vitor Souza - Aker Solutions; Mario Ribeiro – Galp
How can we work together to promote technology differentiation for the subsea industry in Brazil? A unified agenda of common topics for subsea sector may cluster companies to join forces to achieve true differentiations. Instead of companies running diverging R&D activities, a mutual goal may reach disruptive innovation more efficiently, and ultimately enabling new developments and/or reducing costs. The objective is to provide a recommendation list of topics for joint developments (e.g. multiclient test facility) and collaboration mechanisms (e.g. JIPs, DEEPSTAR) that will benefit the subsea industry
Andre Lima Cordeiro (Petrobras) - Subsea Engineering General Manager
Session 1: Digital technologies applied to subsea systems - What is missing?
Time: 10:00 - 11:20
Érika Costa – Petrobras; Rosane Zagatti – Shell
It is well known that the industry has high expectations for digital technologies. However, it is necessary to fill a couple gaps in order to unleash it's full capacity. In this session we invite you to join operators to analyze real cases of digital technologies implementation, looking for the missing elements that could represent the game changer for local digital scenario and unlock real benefits from big data.
The society overall is going through breakthrough transformational processes that is changing the ways we work and live vary fast. This wave has reached already the O&G industry and the subsea sector. Changes in the ways we work had gained momentum with early engagement between operators and TIER-1 suppliers and the inception of integrated supplier led solutions throughout the life-cycle of offshore field developments, allowing prospects to get through FID that wouldn’t fly otherwise under traditional models. These new paradigms are unlocking much greater value to the industry and widening the options for new ways of doing business and build partnerships. Co-creation of solutions among a large eco-system is one of the key value streams that came to fruition. The new challenge to our industry is how to be creative on working together to capitalize at the most from the opportunities out there.
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