OTC has the latest topics and technologies to help you adapt to the current challenges impacting the offshore energy sector. Gain valuable insight and view the on-demand content loaded with industry leaders and technical experts covering digitalization, ethics, energy policy, and adapting to a global pandemic.
The Oil and Gas Industry in Brazil: Investment Opportunities
Brazil is currently one of the Top 10 largest petroleum producers in the world and the leader in Latin America. The country has a dynamic and innovative industry and is experiencing an unprecedented transformation that opens up great opportunities for international investors and companies in the oil and gas sector. ANP will address an overview of the Brazilian oil and gas sector, and the bidding rounds and open acreage calendar for 2021. Rodolfo Saboia, Director General, ANP - Brazilian National Agency of Oil, Natural Gas and Biofules, will also present other great investment opportunities in the downstream and gas industries.
Moderator: Carlos Mastrangelo, Member, OTC Board of Directors
Speaker: Rodolfo Saboia, Director General, ANP - Brazilian National Agency of Oil, Natural Gas and Biofuels
Shallow Water iEPCI™ Eco-system
This session introduces TechnipFMC's Shallow Water iEPCI™ Eco-system. We understand the key challenges facing asset managers today and will address these through our eco-system model. During the session you will learn how we can support our industry partners to transform marginal fields into profitable energy infrastructures through modular design, integrated project management and digital technology that maximizes field performance.
Moderator: Tony Manzur, Director of Marketing Communications, TechnipFMC
Speaker: Iain Duncan, VP Integrated Offshore Production, TechnipFMC
Marine and Hydrokinetic Energy: Establishing an Industry Standard
The development of marine and hydrokinetic (MHK) energy projects globally is working to demonstrate the practicability of MHK in global energy portfolios. As such, there is an urgent industry need to develop adequate economic models for deployment, establish design standards, and reduce costs and time associated with deployments. This OTC Live session engages industry, regulatory, and research experts in the field to have an open discussion on pathways to a successful MHK energy industry in supporting the Blue Economy.
Speaker: Reenst Lesemann, CEO, Columbia Power Technologies Inc.
GEMINI® ROV System
This session introduces TechnipFMC’s GEMINI® Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) system. Deepwater rigs and drillships have a total cost of ownership of up to $1 million per day, requiring a focus on all aspects of operational productivity to ensure optimal economics. These rig operations require the support of ROVs to perform subsea intervention tasks throughout the entire drilling and completion process. During the session you will learn how advancements in machine vision, automation and precision robotics enable the GEMINI® ROV to reduce rig time, through increased operational productivity and consistently high performance that is quantified with KPIs.
Moderator: Bernard McCoy Jr., VP Global Service Line - Subsea Wells, TechnipFMC
Speaker: Peter MacInnes, Marketing Director - ROV Services, TechnipFMC
Peak Oil Demand
Despite a number of prognostications, some of which are rooted in the COVID-19 pandemic, there remains much uncertainty about the future of oil demand. This, in fact, will likely make the coming years more volatile as an investment could lag emerging demands in the developing world. While we could see a greater move away from oil in developed economies, the sheer scale of demands from the more than 6.4 billion people in the developing and less-developed economies of Asia, Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, and elsewhere will drive the future of the oil market. The last 30 years have highlighted that a decline in oil’s share of the global energy mix does not translate into a decline in oil demand, especially if total energy demand continues to grow. It is also important to recognize that other energy sources face their own set of difficulties in the development of their supply chains as they seek the scale necessary to meet projected energy needs. Hence, the uncertainties of the coming decades are significant and will carry challenges for consumers, governments, international relations, and the energy industry.
Streamed Live on 9 June 2021
The Coming Age of Artificial Intelligence: The Future is Now
Artificial “machine” intelligence (AI) is playing an ever-greater role in our society. We are already using cruise control in our cars, automatic checkout at the drugstore, and are unable to live without our smartphones. The discussion around AI is polarized; people think either machines will solve all problems for everyone, or they will lead us down a dark, dystopian path into total human irrelevance. Regardless of what you believe, the idea that we might bring forth intelligent creation can be intrinsically frightening. In this session, acclaimed artificial intelligence pioneer and thought leader Amir Husain will prepare us for a brighter future; not with hyperbole about right and wrong, but with serious arguments about risk and potential.
Streamed Live on 19 May 2021
Lessons Learned from the Digital Transformation Journey
The session introduces Subsea Studio™-FD, which is TechnipFMC’s digital FEED execution platform and transforms conventional subsea field concept select, Front End Engineering Design and estimation phases into an accelerated and efficient digital workflow. The session introduces various critical aspects of this digital transformation journey and the key lessons learned. The session will touch upon the development life cycle good, bad. and challenges encountered. It will also highlight key decisions and strategies that are typically case specific and shall be considered at the earlier stages. Finally, the session briefly discusses the change adoption aspects and the associated challenges. For a digital change to be effective and to promote change adoption, stakeholders trust shall be built in the new ways of working.
Streamed Live on 5 May 2021
What's Next for the World Oil and Gas Markets and Related Offshore Development
Over the last year, we experienced a historic demand shock resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic and a price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia. This event triggered a significant downturn with unprecedented price volatility, which further spurred concerns about market supply-demand balance. At this point, the market continues to rebalance, the US has had a change in leadership, and there has been significant lack of investment in oil and gas due to a turn towards renewables. What does this mean for the oil and gas industry and by extension the offshore market?
Streamed Live on 21 April 2021
Innovating Ocean Technology in the Future Ocean
The United Nations has declared 2021 to 2030 the Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development. Technology will play a key role. What are the short-term and long-term trends in ocean innovation? What is the environment needed to stimulate ocean innovation? And how will it drive the blue economy?
Streamed Live on 10 March 2021
Innovation in Upstream Oil and Gas: From Development to Scale-Up Implementation
Offshore E&P professionals explore new technologies, innovations, and execution methodologies needed to reduce offshore project costs. Panelists reveal their intimate involvement with identifying and implementing offshore projects in a cost-efficient manner using new innovations and technologies.
Streamed Live on 9 December 2020
The OTC Energy Challenge Award Ceremony
The OTC Energy Challenge is a high school competition where teams work to solve a real-world energy challenge. All competing teams submitted a video and e-poster presentation to compete for a scholarship prize. This special online event recognized the hard work and creative submissions of ten Texas and California high school teams who worked to solve real-world problems.
Streamed Live on 1 December 2020
Offshore Wind: Getting in the Water and Producing Power
A panel of developers, regulatory, and industry support professionals discuss prioritizing and addressing the fundamental obstacles in project planning, regulatory permitting and stakeholder engagement requirements, the design phase, and project construction of offshore wind projects.
Streamed Live on 16 September 2020