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1 3 rd Brainstorming Session Industry – Academia Meet 3 rd Brainstorming Session Industry – Academia Meet S. K. Srivastava Dy. Director General Directorate General of Hydrocarbons India

2 Background DGH’s Initiatives Industry – Academia Gap Suggestions Way Forward Background DGH’s Initiatives Industry – Academia Gap Suggestions Way Forward PRESENTATION OUTLINE

3 BACKGROUND

4 Chaired by the then Hon’ble Minister Shri Mani Shankar AiyarChaired by the then Hon’ble Minister Shri Mani Shankar Aiyar Focus on making R&D more applied and effective in the E&P Industry 12 R&D topics were short-listed and prioritized12 R&D topics were short-listed and prioritized12 R&D topics were short-listed and prioritized12 R&D topics were short-listed and prioritized Five National Working Groups were establishedFive National Working Groups were established Energy Advisory Groups at Prime locations of E&P activities were to be set up.Energy Advisory Groups at Prime locations of E&P activities were to be set up.Energy Advisory Groups at Prime locations of E&P activities were to be set up.Energy Advisory Groups at Prime locations of E&P activities were to be set up. 1 st Brainstorming Session (2 nd of March 2005)

5 5 National Working Groups GROUP – I Aim : Setting up of National Data Repository (NDR) and National Technology Bank (NTB).Aim : Setting up of National Data Repository (NDR) and National Technology Bank (NTB). Members of the Group : Sh. V.K.Sibal, Head of the Group Sh. D. K. Pandey, Dir (E) ONGC Dr. Ravi Bastia, RIL Dr. N. K. Thakur, NGRI Dr. S. K. Nath, IIT Kharagpur 1 st Brainstorming Session

6 Progress made on NDR MOU signed with NPD for technical assistance Meetings held with operators for finalizing modalitiesMeetings held with operators for finalizing modalities Consultant hired for preparation of Tender Document Tendering under processTendering under process 1 st Brainstorming Session Progress made on NTB DGH website is being restructured to host the NTB Sub-committees to be formed Sub-committees to be formed

7 5 National Working Groups GROUP – II Aim :Enhancing Petroleum science graduate / Post Graduate and Dovetailing of R&D Institutes of ONGC with AcademiaAim : Enhancing Petroleum science graduate / Post Graduate and Dovetailing of R&D Institutes of ONGC with Academia Members of the Group : Secretary (P&NG) – Head of the Group Sh. V.K. Sibal, DG DGH Sh. D.K. Pandey, Dir(E) ONGC Dr. M. Mukhopadhaya, ISM Dhanbad 1 st Brainstorming Session

8 Progress made Development of model curriculum in association with Indian Universities & Industry was taken up Problems related to implementation Identified:Problems related to implementation Identified: Acute shortage of Trained Faculty Acute shortage of Trained Faculty Poor Industry – Academia Interaction for curriculum updation Poor Industry – Academia Interaction for curriculum updation Equipment and data availability Equipment and data availability 3 rd Brainstorming session being held to tackle the problems highlighted by the Academia 1 st Brainstorming Session

9 5 National Working Groups GROUP – III Aim : Strategy to encourage world class service providers to set up bases in IndiaAim : Strategy to encourage world class service providers to set up bases in India Members of the Group : Sh. Sanjay Burman Roy, RIL- Head Sh. M.V. Lall, DGH Sh. A.J. Das, ONGC Sh. Y. Sahai, Petrofed 1 st Brainstorming Session

10 Progress made Final report on the recommendation by the committee submitted to MoP&NG on SALIENT FEATURES India as a Regional/Global Hub for E&P Technology Services Service Providers can Leverage Indian Talent and Infrastructure –Job creation in the sector Petroleum Economic Zone exclusively for global E&P technology Service companies in line with SEZ with dedicated port facility, single window clearance for equipment import. 1 st Brainstorming Session

11 5 National Working Groups GROUP – IV Aim : Identification of critical R&D issues relevant to upstream industry and their resolution with help of HC groups at Houston, Calgary, London & Moscow.Aim : Identification of critical R&D issues relevant to upstream industry and their resolution with help of HC groups at Houston, Calgary, London & Moscow. Members of the Group : JS (E), MOP&NG – Head Sh. V.K. Sibal, DGH Dr. S.K. Nath, IIT Kharagpur Dr. S.K. Tandon, Delhi University Dr. P.K. Saraswati, IIT Mumbai Sh. Mukesh Jain, RIL 1 st Brainstorming Session

12 Progress made HC Group already functional at Houston Critical R&D areas identified and handed over to the GroupCritical R&D areas identified and handed over to the GroupCritical R&D areas identified and handed over to the GroupCritical R&D areas identified and handed over to the Group 1 st Brainstorming Session

13 5 National Working Groups GROUP – V Aim : Quarterly review of research programme of R&D institutes of ONGCAim : Quarterly review of research programme of R&D institutes of ONGC Members of the Group : JS (E), MOP&NG – Head Sh. V.K. Sibal, DGH Prof. P.K. Saraswati, IIT Mumbai Sh. I.L. Budhiraja, RIL 1 st Brainstorming Session

14 Progress made R&D Institutes of ONGC to submit an annual work programme to the Group Group visited IRS Ahmedabad on 10/7/07 to review the progress of all ONGC InstitutesGroup visited IRS Ahmedabad on 10/7/07 to review the progress of all ONGC Institutes 1 st Brainstorming Session

15 Chaired by the then Hon’ble Minister Shri Mani Shankar AiyarChaired by the then Hon’ble Minister Shri Mani Shankar Aiyar Focus on making R&D more applied and effective in the E&P Industry 7 R&D topics identified by ONGC 2 by RIL7 R&D topics identified by ONGC 2 by RIL7 R&D topics identified by ONGC 2 by RIL7 R&D topics identified by ONGC 2 by RIL Institutionalization of the following forum suggested Integrated Petroleum Forum Integrated Methane Technology forum 2 nd Brainstorming Session (7 th January 2006)

16 2 nd Brainstorming Session Action Plan 1.Integrated study to be carried out by GSI & ISM in CBM exploration 2.ONGC & Panjab University to collaborate on projects related to outer Himalayas. 3.ONGC & NGRI to prepare a geological map for Deccan India 4.Constitute and institutionalize a knowledge base under the committee comprising of JS MoP&NG, GAIL, Petrofed and DGH.

17 Initiatives by DGH DGH on its own has initiated a closer cooperation with Universities & Institutions of repute in India. DGH on its own has initiated a closer cooperation with Universities & Institutions of repute in India. DGH on its own has initiated a closer cooperation with Universities & Institutions of repute in India. DGH on its own has initiated a closer cooperation with Universities & Institutions of repute in India. Model curriculum prepared in consultation with the Academia taking into consideration the Industry requirements DGH participates in career fairs organized in schools to showcase E&P industry as a prospective career option to students of classes XI & XII DGH participates in career fairs organized in schools to showcase E&P industry as a prospective career option to students of classes XI & XII DGH imparts summer training and recruits freshers from various universities to train them for the E&P Industry DGH imparts summer training and recruits freshers from various universities to train them for the E&P Industry

18 Initiatives by DGH DGH Trained officers placed in Shell, Total, ENI, RIL, ONGC, Norwest, Schlumberger etc. DGH Trained officers placed in Shell, Total, ENI, RIL, ONGC, Norwest, Schlumberger etc. Interaction with Birbal Sahni Institute of Paleobotany on Industry specific R&D Topics Interaction on Oil Industry Knowledge & Skill requirements with various universities Interaction on Oil Industry Knowledge & Skill requirements with various universities

19 INDUSTRY – ACADEMIA GAP

20 CurriculumCurriculum Outdated curriculum –need for regular up gradation based on industry requirement incorporating latest developments Outdated curriculum –need for regular up gradation based on industry requirement incorporating latest developments Non Applied – Pass outs feel lost when they join the Industry Non Applied – Pass outs feel lost when they join the Industry Interaction Rare and lacking focus Industry – Academia gap

21 InterdependencyInterdependency Industry & Academia working in Silos Industry & Academia working in Silos Applied R&D Research scholars pursue research on topics not beneficial to the industry Industry – Academia gap

22 Closer, regular and continuous Industry – Academia interaction with focus on Understanding Industry requirement Establishing a symbiotic relationship with the Industry Applied R&D specific to the industry Providing quality manpower to the Industry Contributing to strategic planning Suggestions

23 Highlight the benefit of Industry Oriented Academia to the Industry Supporting the research capabilities of universities will provide capacity for developing tomorrow’s technologies Bringing "real-world" perspectives to academic environment will enhance training Give Opportunity to identify promising candidates and form positive view of company for later recruitment Availability of trained engineers and geoscientists Suggestions

24 Specific funds to be allocated for equipment and HR support. Data availability through DGH Research scholars sponsored by Industry Retired personnel from E&P Industry to meet faculty requirements of Academia Academia Adoption by Industry Suggestions

25 Faculty shortage pertaining to relevant subjects to be hosted at various websites of Petroleum Industry / Universities Rotations (similar to industry practice on international assignments) for faculty from Industry Industry to provide “faculty fellowships” to bring salaries more in line with industry Industry to offer fellowships to graduate teaching assistants Industry to offer internship opportunities Suggestions

26 Way Forward Responsibilities to be assigned for each action plan Time lines and milestones for each identified action plan to be fixed Regular progress reviews at the highest level

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28 R&D Topics Prioritized Chemostratigraphy & Magnetostratigraphy Geomicrobiology & MicropaleontologyGeomicrobiology & Micropaleontology Organic maturation and & Paleogeothermal reconstruction CSEM, EM, MT & MicroseismicsCSEM, EM, MT & Microseismics Subsurface visualization Thin bed & Tight reservoir evaluationThin bed & Tight reservoir evaluation 1 st Brainstorming Session

29 R&D Topics Prioritized Fluid analysis in real time ( FLAIR ) MWD / SWD / PWDMWD / SWD / PWD Horizontal, directional, Multilateral & ERD HTHP and Deep water DrillingHTHP and Deep water Drilling MEOR, Gas processing, Compact separation technology, simulation of horizontal and multilateral wells National Data RepositoryNational Data Repository 1 st Brainstorming Session Back

30 Five National Working Groups GROUP – I Aim : Setting up of National Data Repository (NDR) and National Technology bank (NTB)Aim : Setting up of National Data Repository (NDR) and National Technology bank (NTB) GROUP – II Aim :Enhancing Petroleum science graduate / Post Graduate and Dovetailing of R&D Institutes of ONGC with AcademiaAim : Enhancing Petroleum science graduate / Post Graduate and Dovetailing of R&D Institutes of ONGC with Academia GROUP – III Aim : Strategy to encourage world class service provides to set up bases in IndiaAim : Strategy to encourage world class service provides to set up bases in India

31 Five National Working Groups GROUP – IV Aim of the NWC : Identification of critical R&D issues relevant to upstream industry and their resolution with help of HC groups at Houston, Calgary, London & Moscow.Aim of the NWC : Identification of critical R&D issues relevant to upstream industry and their resolution with help of HC groups at Houston, Calgary, London & Moscow. GROUP – V Aim : Quarterly review of research programme of R&D institutes of ONGcAim : Quarterly review of research programme of R&D institutes of ONGc Back

32 Hydrocarbon Advisory Groups Houston CalgaryLondon Moscow Back

33 Topics identified for HAG 1.Characterization modeling of shale gas & basin centered gas in the different sedimentary basins – Cambay, Krishna-Godavari, and Bombay Offshore 2.Biogeneic Gas accumulations – New Learnings 3.Development of microbial and interactive proxies for biogeneic methane exploration. 4.Deepwater G&G and appraisal programmes, concept development plans. 5.Reservoir prediction in areas of excessive compaction, complex digenetic history and influence of early metamorphism.

34 6.Identification of suitable seismic acquisition and processing technologies for sub-surface imagining in fold belt areas, under basalt cover and in areas of igneous intrusives. 7.Identification of areas of suitable reservoirs in basement including basement fractures. 8.Water shut off in active water drive fractured basement reservoir, Borholla field in Dhansiri valley area. 9.Flow assurance in high pour point crude of Mekrang and Uriamghat fields in South Assam shelf. 10.Exploration in high pressure, high temperature areas – Bombay offshore, Areas of fold belt etc. Topics identified for HAG

35 11.Exploitation of hydrocarbons from tight reservoirs – Bhuvanigiri, Mandapeta, offshore Ratnagiri. 12.Simulation of insitu combustion processes. 13.Understanding mechanism of improving water flood efficiency through microbial process. 14.Advances in Chemical EOR processes – design of cheaper chemicals / surfactants. 15.Volumetric assessment for gas hydrates. 16.Development of models in ER and Horizontal wells encompassing local conditions. Topics identified for HAG

36 17.Development of effective technique for discriminating reservoir facies, its characterization and evaluating HC potential in non- Archie settings like Igneous and metamorphic rocks, shale coals, low resistivity and low contrast areas. 18.Development and design of GEL technology for conformance control in high temperature oil wells. 19.Developing earth model for old log data in mature fields. 20.Developing a drilling fluid simulation facility for study and evaluation of different drilling fluids behaviour and performance under simulated conditions of their actual field application. 21.Water shut off in active water drive fractured Basement reservoir, Borholla field in Dhansiri valley areas. Back Topics identified for HAG

37 ONGC 1.Enhancement of Productivity from Tight Reservoirs – Bhuvanagiri Field – improved mud system and hydro fracturing. 2.Primary Cementation against the over pressure/mud loss prone zones – Western Offshore, Mumbai. 3.Drilling and testing in high pressure, high temperature wells in Tapti – Daman Area, Mumbai Offshore. 4.Drilling and testing in high pressure, high temperature wells in Himalayan Foot Hills. Topics identified by ONGC & RIL

38 5.Analysis of low resistivity areas of GS-11 reservoir, Gandhar Field. 6.Analysis of low resistivity areas in some fields of eastern Region. 7.Best Possible Methodology for well completion – Western Offshore RIL 8.R&D for cementation behind casing 9.Study of turbidities currents Back Topics identified by ONGC & RIL

39 List of Universities / Institutes IIT Bombay, Kharagpur, Roorkee, Kanpur BHU, AMU, ISM, Osmania, Garhwal, Delhi, MS Baroda, Kurukshetra, Panjab, Lucknow, Andhra, MIT Pune, UPES Dehradun BSIP, NGRI, NIO, NIOT Back

40 Number of Trainees Summer Training to 96 Students Recruited 60 Trainee officers for training them for E&P Industries Back


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