9:00 / 9:10 – Safety briefing
9:10 / 9:20 – Event Chair: César Cunha de Souza (Petrobras Executive Manager for SRGE)
9:20 / 9:30 – Event Chair: Raul Portela (Equinor´s Operations Vice President)
9:30 / 9:40 – Honorary Chair: Carlos Mastrangelo (Enauta’s COO)
9:40 / 09:50 – Technical Chair: Leonardo Carneiro (Head of Production Excellence at Shell)
9:50 / 10:00 – Technical Chair: Marcelo Ramis (Operational Efficiency General Manager at Petrobras)
New Technologies are moving the FPSO business into a new world of tremendous opportunities. This session will address the possibilities, impacts, and O&M trends created through the use of technologies such as Digitalization, AI, Video Analytics, and Robotics.
Chairs: Marcel Melo (Petrobras – Innovation Senior Manager – R&D on Topside Technologies) and Anderson Marinho de Lima (Equinor – Head of Digital Innovation & Technology)
10:00 / 10:20 – Julio Ribeiro (Shape (a Modec Group Company) – Head of Product) – The Future of AI Implementation to Maximize Reliability in FPSOs
10:20 / 10:40 – Anderson Marinho de Lima (Equinor – Head of Digital Innovation & Technology) – Creating energy from data
10:40 / 11:00 – 10:40 / 11:00 – Jaime Turazzi (Petrobras – Buzios Projects & Pre-Operations General Manager) – Enhancing O&M Practices Through Technology and Innovation
11:00 / 11:20 – Diego Juliano (Shell – Technology Deliver Manager) – Soft Robots – Learning from nature to enable novel ways of working
11:20 / 12:00 – Debates
The operating model is a relevant decision for every new Deepwater project. Funding of the FPSO construction, supply chain management, offshore crew, and onshore support resourcing, design, and specification are key value drivers to deciding the operating model. How do we extract more value from each operating model delivered, and in which scenarios?
In a global scenario with nations committing to reduce gas emissions, what is the investors’ perspective on financing FPSOs for oil & gas projects? What new requirements will come in the contracts and technical specs? What can make each operating model more attractive? Would both models harmonically integrate a portfolio? What are the variances of each operating model? What is the preferred model in a scenario of more prescriptive technical requirements? Would design and specification flexibility influences the decision for owned or leased?
Chairs: Fernando Mauricio de Aquino (Petrobras – Buzios General Manager) and Carlos Mastrangelo (Enauta’s COO)
13:00 / 13:20 – Gisela Luiza Macedo (Petrobras – General Manager) – FPSO Portfolio Decision – a Petrobras case
13:20 / 13:40 – Rodrigo Rocha (MODEC – Business Development Manager) – Onwed and Leased FPSOs from an FPSO Contractor perspective
13:40 / 14:00 –Leonardo Carneiro (SHELL – Head of Production Excellence) – FPSO Operating Models – Maximizing Value Through Objectives Alignment
14:00 / 14:20 – Daniel O`Czerny (Citi Bank – Global Infrastructure Finance Latam) – Financing FPSO Projects in the Context of Energy Transition and Lowering Emission
14:20 / 15:00 – Debates
All the operators must adapt their routines and projects to Brazil’s new version of the “Operational Safety Management System.” This session will discuss the pros and cons and the main challenges to complying.
Chairs: João Rodrigues (JCR – CEO) and Alexandre Bonavita (Ocyan – Process Safety Manager)
15:30 / 15:50 – Luiz Bispo (Brazilian Petroleum Agency Superintendent) – The new Brazilian “Operational Safety Management System”
15:50 / 16:10 – Arthur Langoni (Petrobras Manager) – O&M Challenges regarding the Management System
16:10 / 16:30 – Marcelo Mafra Borges de Macedo (Ocyan – Sustainability Director) – Operator Perspective
16:30 / 16:50 – Greg Kusinski (CHEVRON – Regulatory Team Lead) – Regulatory Affairs and Health / Safety / Environment do GOM BU
16:50 / 17:30 – Debates
This session addresses the future FPSO business in the Energy Transient era.
The session describes and addresses technologies, design, and operational solutions to reduce GHG emissions and achieve Net Zero carbon emissions for the sustainability of FPSO facilities.
The session will present technologies currently available to help reduce emissions and technologies under development.
Topics of interest include electrification, carbon capture and storage, renewable energy sources, power import from offshore hubs or shore and other new technologies under development. Already available technologies – the low-hanging fruit solutions – will also be discussed (for instance, closed flare and other systems).
Chairs: Maria Celia Ximenes (CHEVRON – General Manager, Marine Technical and Projects) and Orlando Jose Soares Ribeiro (NORWEP – Energy Advisor)
08:00 / 08:20 – John Haakon Nustad (Aker Solutions – SPV Business Development, New Build) – Multiple Innovations to Address the net Zero Challenge
08:20 / 08:40 – Arnfinn Lunde (Altera – Director Systems, Mechanical and Technical Safety) – Altera Next Generation FPSO – Emission Reduction Technologies
08:40 / 09:00 – Maíra Carnaval (Shell – Senior Facilities Engineer) – Decarbonization alternatives for existing assets
09:00 / 09:20 – Dário Derenzi Neto (Equinor – Head of Brazil Operational Excellence) – Equinor’s journey to net-zero
09:20 / 10:00 – Debates
Operators will present for discussion on lessons learned in the industry.
Chairs: David Aquino (Equinor – Senior Production Engineer) and Lourenço Lustosa Fróes (Petrobras – New FPSO Program Coordinator)
10:30 / 10:50 – Marco Antonio Guerra Pires (Petrobras – Buzios Project Implementation Manager) – FPSO Almirante Barroso Case Historie
10:50 / 11:10 – Bjørn Øystein Holst (Equinor – Operations Vice President) – FPSO technical upgrading securing safe re-start and “all time high” production from Peregrino Field
11:10 / 11:30 – Rafael Torres (SBM – Business Development Director) – Guyana Liza FPSO, success approach
11:30 / 11:50 – André Cordeiro (MODEC Manager) – FPSO MIAMTE MV34
11:50 / 12:30 – Debates
This session will cover the FPSO Engineering, Procurement and Construction phase. The presentations will address the challenges in the current supply chain, management tools, peculiarities of the execution in Brazil, Petrobras strategy for new FPSOs and execution possible improvements such as standardization.
Chairs: Cesar Cunha de Souza (Petrobras – Executive Manager for Surface, Refining, Gas and Energy Systems) and Claudio Araujo (Karoon Energy Consultant)
13:30 / 13:50 – Arthur Pereira (Siemens Energy – Head of Packaging & Compression in Brazil) – Supply Chain Challenges
13:50 / 14:10 – Renan Faria (SEATRIUM FELS BRASIL – Head of Commercial & Project Management) – FPSO Executions
14:10 / 14:30 – Cynthia S. Silveira – (ONIP – General Director)
14:30 / 14:50 – Lourenço Lustosa Fróes (Petrobras – New FPSO Program Coordinator) – Petrobras strategy for new FPSOs
14:50 / 15:30 – Debates
15:30 / 15:35 – Marcelo Ramis (Resume of the main points and conclusions)
15:35 / 15:40 – Leonardo Carneiro (Resume of the main points and conclusions)
15:40 / 15:45 – Carlos Mastrangelo (Resume of the main points and conclusions)
15:45 / 15:50 – Raul Portela (Resume of the main points and conclusions)
15:50 / 15:55 – César Cunha de Souza (Petrobras Executive Manager for SRGE)
15:55 / 16:10 – Debates, answers to audience questions and conclusions