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1 ITF Industry Technology Facilitator Delivery New Technology – A Proven Process May 2010 Growing Technology

2 ITF is a global “not for profit” organization owned by oil and gas companies Facilitate technology development through to implementation 150 projects launched; £46m member investment Currently: 40 ongoing projects - £19 million Growing Technology Welcome

3 Growing Technology The Industry Technology Facilitator

4 Aramco BG BP Chevron Total ENI Shell Nexen Petronas Dong Woodside PSN Smith Growing Technology 2009 AGM/Members Meeting Maersk Statoil Weatherford Hess ConocoPhillps Technip Tullow Oil OMV Fugro GE Amec PetroCanada Petrofac PGS Premier Oil Venture Productions Exxon Mobil GDF Suez ITF working in collaboration with the oil and gas industry

5 EOR Technology Tight and Shale Gas, & Coal Bed Methane Drilling Efficiency Completions Technology Produced Fluids Management HPHT (Production) Growing Technology 2010 Technology Challenge Workshops Aberdeen 18/19 August Amsterdam 17/18 March Houston 26/27 May

6 The ITF Process Screen & Evaluate Development Proposals Engage Development Community & Invite Proposals TCW Day With Experts Understand And Identify Technology Needs Implement Technology Launch JIPs Secure Funding

7 Growing Technology Process Timeline

8 Carbonate Reservoirs Subsea - Long Tie-backs Corrosion & Erosion In-Well Communications LWIV Plug & Abandonment Subsea – Intervention Imaging in Challenging Environments Growing Technology 2009 Technology Focus

9 Proven Process ITF provides continuous access to and delivery of technology for the industry Industry Led and Demand Driven ITF identifies and delivers the industry’s technology priorities Pan Industry Liaison and Global Participation ITF is in contact with operators, service companies, SMEs, research and academic institutes across the world Implementation Assures that technology is developed and deployed Common Contract Agreed by our membership speeds up the development process Provides advantages of participation, e.g. Use of output, discounts, priority of access, etc “Growing technology" Benefits of Participation

10 Networking opportunity By engaging with the ITF Process members gain the opportunity to develop ideas and relationships with key industry players Intellectual Property Remains with Developer This protects the developer and our members benefit from less bureaucracy Participants gain advantage by use of JIP output in core business Low cost, low risk Joint industry collaboration, especially in an economic downturn, is a more cost effective way to develop new technologies Research Facilities For companies who do not have dedicated research facilities, participation plugs this gap and provides fast track access to technology Growing Technology Benefits of Participation

11 Exploration & Production Project Examples Growing Technology

12 Technology Implementation 4069PPD Improved Downhole Seal - Caledyne Ltd PF2168 / PP4035 SPINAV Subsea Planned Inspection with an Autonomous Vehicle (Phase I and 2) - SeeByte Ltd SPINAV - Automated Subsea Inspection of Oil Pipeline Risers (no umbilical reduces the risk of entanglement, and permits inspection from all sides)

13 READ Well Service External Casing Patch ISO Qualified Hydraulically Expandable Tubular System (HETS) Value: £710 K Sponsors: ConocoPhillips, Statoil, Shell Implemented Growing Technology 2008/9 HETS, READ Well Services

14 Caledus Ltd SlimWELL® 11.3/4” x 13.3/8” Well construction technique based on close-clearance flush jointed liners to access stranded reserves or small accumulations from a sidetrack Cost: £526k Duration: 13 months Sponsor: ENI Implemented Growing Technology 2008/9 SlimWELL Caledus Ltd.

15 University of Manchester Acoustek™ Remote Pipeline Inspection for Real-time Field Management Development of an acoustic technique for the detection of leakage and blockage in pipelines Cost: £50k Duration: 12 months Sponsor: BP Implemented Growing Technology 2008/9 Acoustek University of Manchester

16 LUX Innovate Ltd Follow on from Pioneer project Light based technologies and advanced imaging to develop novel detection solutions Oil-in-water monitoring system Simple Application: No extraction, just add LUX disclosing solution and read Sensitivity: Detection to below 10ppm Output: oil content, and size, shape and number of oil droplets Cost: £175k Duration: 12 months Sponsors: CoP Completed “Growing technology" 2008/9 Oil in Water Monitoring LUX

17 Energy Equipment Corporation (EEC) A new approach to SIL3 subsea HIPPS, using no programmable electronics or instrumentation Cost: £275k Duration: 12 months Sponsors: Shell, CNR, ENI, Total Completed “Growing technology" 2008/9 Subsea HIPPS

18 Caltec Ltd Production enhancement through increased production using wasted energy Borrowing energy to give better production As much as 30% increase in production and revenue is possibl e Cost:£45k Duration: 6 months Sponsor: BP Completed “Growing technology" 2008/9 Energy Recovery WELLCOM

19 University of Liverpool MIMS system has been built and lab tested and 4 days of testing was done at Opus Test Facility in June The MIMS system successfully passed through its second stage of field trials at OPUS (Flotta) at the end of July. Sponsors:BG, ENI, Chevron, ConocoPhillips Cost:£210k Completed Growing Technology 2008/9 Membrane Inlet Mass Spectrometry Water Based Monitoring System (MIMS)

20 Heriot-Watt University HWU now running Phase Two Development of Hydrate Early Warning methods for determining hydrate safety margin of pipeline fluids Cost: £460k Sponsors: BP, Chevron, Petronas, StatoilHydro, Total Product now available and being implemented by all Participants, e.g. Total in Qatar (Dolphin Energy) and Pau; plus FMC Live Project Growing Technology Detecting hydrate formation in pipelines

21 Corac Group plc Feasibility Study, Design Test & Manufacture a 7” Prototype. Build a multiphase flow loop and full test prototype. Commercial implementation discussions on-going with major service company Cost: £4m (£8m Sponsors: Eni, CoP, Repsol(YPF) Live Project Growing Technology Down-hole Gas Compression - CORAC

22 Brinker Technology Ltd Back Pressure Platelet Technology Platelets ® deployed through any valve. Back-pressure resistance and possibly longevity will be addressed by this project. Cost: £110k Duration: 12 months Live Project “Growing technology" Back Pressure Platelet Technology ® Curing Platelets Bonding Platelets

23 Sonavision Ltd Pipeline inspection using advanced acoustic transducer technology combined with positioning system and data analysis software Development of existing RoxPig2 technology will extend the capabilities to inspect the outer part of the pipe wall to detect corrosion and pitting Cost: £246k Duration: 18 months Sponsors: BP, Total Live Project Growing Technology RoxPig3

24 Oil and Gas UK Update of the Oil and Gas UK State-of the-Art and Guidance Note Documents on Flexible Pipe Integrity Cost: £15k per sponsor Duration: 8 Months Sponsors: BP, CoP, XOM, HSE, Inpex, Maersk Oil, Nexen, Shell, Woodside, StatoilHydro, Technip, Total Live Project “Growing technology" Flexible Pipe Survey and Integrity Assurance Guidance Note

25 Growing Technology -Airborne Composite Tubulars -Shell, BG, Total, Chevron, StatoilHydro and SBM - £983k / 18 months Unlocking the Hydrocarbon Potential 4431PPD: CE-TCR (Cost Effective Thermoplastic Composite Risers) Airborne Composite Tubulars £983k / 18 months Shell, BG, Total, Chevron, StatoilHydro and SBM

26 VerdErg Ltd Feasibility study to develop a non-jacketed Aerogel insulation for subsea systems Duration:9 months Sponsors:BG, Eni, Nexen Cost:£150k Pipe-in-pipe performance > 50% reduction in steel over pipe-in-pipe >25% reduction in insulation Lower installation tension Cold spot elimination at subsea connectors PLET/PLEM and manifolds Live Project “Growing technology" WAIFERSS Wet Aerogel Insulation

27 Cause-Orientated Inspection System (COINS) Demonstration Project Atkins Boreas Development of a new approach to integrity management for pipelines and subsea equipment Duration:12 months Sponsors: BP, Total, Nexen, Chevron Cost:£215k Live Project Growing Technology

28 GO Science Ltd New technology delivers swarms of 4C Mobile Ocean Bottom Sensor Nodes for seismic survey. Removes need for ROV / support ships Duration:15 months Sponsors:Chevron Cost:£372k Live Project Growing Technology Ocean Bottom Seismic Sensor (RHyVAU)

29 R&A Energy The Unmanned Production Buoy (UPB) is a system designed to allow one or more offshore wells to become economically viable. Pioneer Project Cost:£30k Duration:1 month Live Project Growing Technology UPB – Unmanned Production Buoy

30 The University of Aberdeen The development of a novel cost effective underwater cutting device for use in decommissioning. Relatively low power required (cutting power density up to 100 x greater than electric arc systems) and a cutting speed comparable with Abrasive Water Jet Cutting in air. Duration:6 months (Phase 1) Sponsors:BP, CoP, Shell Cost:£200k Live Project Growing Technology Novel Underwater Cutting

31 Well Processing AS The Subsea Control Unit has been now been assembled and tested. The submerged testing was successfully held in July 2009,full functionality and communication with the equipment installed in the SWIT unit. Duration:19 months Sponsors:ConocoPhillips, Total, Shell, GdF Suez Cost:£770k Live Project Growing Technology SWIT Subsea Water Injection and Treatment

32 Pipeline Engineering Two sets of field trials proposed Independent flow loop trials at Petrofac’s test facility at Montrose Operational trials expected to be a flowline operated by Shell PDO in Oman Duration:12 months Sponsors: Total, Chevron, Shell Cost:£192k Live Project Growing Technology Automated Multiple Pig Launching System (AMPL)

33 Ziebel UK Ltd Proof of concept / study for the use of magnetic levitation for in-well devices including in a down-hole pump. Duration:24 months Sponsors:ConocoPhillips Cost:£220k Live Project Growing Technology Retrievable Artificial Lift System Using Magnetic Levitation (MAGLEV)

34 Red Spider Technology The PowerBall Reservoir Isolation Barrier (RIB) provides a flexible downhole barrier in hostile downhole conditions. The real value is a reduction in rig time, operational risk and increased operational flexibility in the field. Duration:15 months Sponsors:Chevron, Maersk, BG, BP Cost:£420k Live Project Growing Technology Reservoir Isolation Barrier (PowerBall)

35 Heriot-Watt University Achievement of Cold Flow Convert all or most of the gas phase into hydrates (add water if necessary) Prevent gas hydrate blockage by using Anti- Agglomerants The hydrate is then transported as a slurry along the pipeline For use in standard (existing) pipeline or in the loop concept Value: £400k (£25k ticket price) Duration: 24 months Interest: Total, Petronas, Petrobras, BERR Project under review “Growing technology" Hydraflow

36 Fugro Well Services Fairfield Energy Fairfield is offering a shallow water/ shallow gas well to prove technology A strong desire to share this in a collaborative arena Project being developed Growing Technology Low Cost Drilling Proving Trial Fugro Synergy, light weight drillship

37 Exploration & Production (Subsurface) Project Examples Growing Technology

38 Subsurface Technology Implementations-2009 Growing Technology  University of British Columbia PS3128 Seismic Imaging by Next Generation Basis Function Decomposition (SINBAD)  Leeds & Bristol Universities / Rockfield Software PS3189 Integrated Petroleum Engineering - Geomechanics – Geophysics – Next Generation Technology for the Petroleum Industry (IPEGG)

39 Growing Technology Overview – University of Alberta/Grenoble – The main two pillars of the BLISS consortium are: – local signal enhancement and – robust wavelet estimation for blind deconvolution Status – Launch:Q – Duration:3 years – Sponsors: Chevron & Statoil – Cost: £165k High Resolution Imaging PS3224 Blind Identification of Seismic Signals Phase 2 (BLISS 2)

40 Growing Technology Structurally Complex Reservoirs 3307PSD-Improved Simulation of Faulted & Fractured Reservoirs Phase 3 Overview – Montan University Leoben, Heriot-Watt & Imperial College – Phase 3 is designed to achieve three goals regarding the simulation of Naturally Fractured Reservoirs (NFRs):  further improved physical realism of the Discrete Fracture and Matrix (DFM) simulators developed in Phase 1 and 2  support of the upscaling workflow  application of the new tools investigating small- and sector-scale displacement patterns Status – Duration:3 years – Sponsors:ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil & Total. – Cost: €35k per sponsor/year

41 Growing Technology Reservoir Compartmentalisation PS3267 Quantitative Parameterization of Fault Zones in Outcrop for Inclusion in Reservoir Models (QUAFF) Overview – FAG, University College Dublin – Improved definition of appropriate fault property/permeability algorithms Status – Running – Sponsors:BG, BP, ConocoPhillips, Statoil, Total, Marathon, Exxon Mobil & Woodside. – Cost: €617k (~£550k)

42 Growing Technology Tight Gas Technologies PS D Imaging, Testing, & Modelling of Pore Networks and Multiphase Flow in Tight Gas Formations Overview – Sandia National Laboratories – Project: – Pore structure 3D Imaging and geometric analysis – 3D Multiphase flow visualization and measurement – Pore scale fluid transport properties and pathways modelling modelling – Geomechanical tests to verify model predictions Status – Running:Until October 2012 – Sponsors: Shell & Wintershall – Cost: £200k

43 Growing Technology Tight Gas Technologies PS3258 3D Hydraulic Fracture Modelling of Tight Gas Fluvial Reservoir Systems (3DTIGHT) Overview – Colorado School of Mines – Project aims to improve the understanding of three-dimensional hydraulic fracture growth in fluvial tight gas systems Status – Running:until Dec 2010 – Sponsors: ConocoPhillips, Eni, Shell & Total – Cost: £228k

44 Growing Technology Low Permeability Reservoirs PS3229 Magnetics as a Tool for Characterizing Permeability Variations in Low Perm Reservoirs – Phase 2 (MLP2) Overview – Heriot-Watt University – How magnetic techniques can rapidly and non- destructively provide improved estimates of key petrophysical parameters in low perm reservoirs Status – Running:until March 2010 – Sponsors: BP, Chevron, Shell & Total – Cost: £320k

45 Growing Technology Low Permeability Reservoirs PS3226 Gas Flow in Heterogeneous Low Permeability Rocks (GasCalc2) Overview – BP Institute, Cambridge University – Phase 2: developing these semi-analytic models for gas flow in heterogeneous low perm rock to account for e.g. damage near the well-bore, faults providing dominant conduits for flow etc. Status – Running:until April 2010 – Sponsors:BG, BP, Chevron, CoP, Eni & Shell – Cost:£190k

46 Growing Technology Reservoir & Wellbore Mechanics PS3232 COMPSTRUCT – ‘Computational Modelling of Structural Geology Applications’ Overview – Rockfield Software Ltd – Phase 2 is taking the geomechanical models developed to predict the initiation and evolution of faults & fractures under stress/strain conditions for application in structural geology an basin modelling providing by sponsors. Status – Running: Running on year-to-year basis – Sponsors: BP, ExxonMobil, Shell, Statoil & Total – Cost: £20k/sponsor/yr

47 Growing Technology Overview – GEOMAR (Germany) / Durham University – Combination of the complementary information content in non-seismic & seismic data sets in a formal joint inversion framework Status – Running:until March 2011 – Sponsors:Chevron, ExxonMobil, Nexen, RWE, Shell, Statoil & Wintershall – Cost:€770k Impact – The project will lead to an improved, less ambiguous image of the entire sub-basalt/salt regions – An important aspect is the use of a Bayesian based analysis to quantify uncertainty. Exploration Technologies PS3227 Joint Inversion of Seismic, Gravity and MT Data (JIBA)

48 Growing Technology Overview – Imperial College & OHM Ltd – Addresses joint inversion of 3D seismic and 3D CSEM data to combine the structural fidelity and depth control of P-wave reflection imaging with the direct hydrocarbon sensitivity of both CSEM and full elastic seismic data Status – Running:until June 2011 – Sponsors:DECC, BG, BP, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Eni, Maersk, Nexen & Rio Tinto – Cost:£1,280k Exploration Technologies PS3241 Joint 3D Inversion of Full Wavefield P, S and CSEM data (Fullwave III)

49 Growing Technology Overview – OHM / Rock Solid Images Ltd – Data integration to most effectively be used in determining reservoir and fluid properties and thus reduce ambiguity and risk Status – Running:end June 2011 – Sponsors:DECC, Chevron, DONG, NOIL Energy, Maersk & Total – Cost:£1,025k Exploration Technologies PS3236 Wells Integrated with Seismic & Electromagnetics (WISE)

50 Growing Technology Overview – ISL / Scripps Institute, California – Proof-of-concept for an AUV-based deep water gravity system, for the purpose of augmenting current oil exploration geophysical technologies in > 1000m water depth. Status – Running:until Feb 2010 – Sponsors:Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Shell & Statoil – Cost:$775k Exploration Technologies PS3230 AUV-based Gravity Measurements for Deep-water Petroleum Exploration (ADWG)

51 Growing Technology Tight Gas Technologies PS3259-Enhanced integrated geomechanics-seismic model for improvement of lifecycle performance of tight gas sand reservoirs (GESER) Overview – Rockfield Software, Leeds & Bristol – Development of integrated geomechanical – seismic assessment methods to guide production in tight gas sand reservoirs. Status – Running:end Nov 2011 – Sponsors: ConocoPhillips, Chevron, DECC & Shell – Cost: £620k

52 Growing Technology Tight Gas Technology Petrophysics of tight gas sands (PETGAS) Overview – University of Leeds – Project to create an atlas/database on the petrophysical properties of tight gas sands using state-of-the-art SCAL laboratory (Sorby Lab) Status – Running:end October 2011 – Sponsors: BG, BP, EBN, Shell & Wintershall – Cost: £750k

53 Model Growing Technology Tight Gas Technology PS3260-Simulation of Fracture Treatments and their Productivity in Fractured Tight Gas Reservoirs (FracTGasS) Overview – Rockfield Software Ltd – Project will address the question - when to target and when to avoid natural fractures with well stimulation treatments? Status – Running:until Nov 2011 – Sponsors: Shell – Cost: £380k


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