SPE/IATMI Asia Pacific Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition Conference Preview - 29-31 October 2019 Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center

 
SPE/IATMI Asia Pacific Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition Conference Preview - 29-31 October 2019 Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center
Co-Organisers                                Official Sponsor   Official Supporter

SPE/IATMI Asia Pacific Oil & Gas
Conference and Exhibition
Advancing through Emerging Technologies and Digitalisation

29–31 October 2019                     Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center
                                       Bali, Indonesia

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Conference Preview
SPE/IATMI Asia Pacific Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition Conference Preview - 29-31 October 2019 Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center
Welcome Message from the Advisory Committee Chair                                                                        2

The regional flagship event, SPE/IATMI Asia Pacific Oil
& Gas Conference and Exhibition (APOGCE) 2019, is
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scheduled from 29 – 31 October 2019 at the Bali Nusa
Dua Convention Centre, Bali, Indonesia.                    Message from the Advisory Committee Chair                 2
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With the industry having to navigate through many
hurdles in response to its arguably most challenging       Message from the Official Supporter                       3
time, collectively companies turned towards managing       Message from the Conference Chair
costs and boosting efficiencies and productivity. In
                                                           About the Conference                                     4
this period of adapting, a new paradigm emerged
and propelled the industry into a shifting landscape
                                                           Attendee Statistics                                       5
of incorporating emerging technologies and digital
advancement as enablers to improve operations,             Committees                                                6
increase safety, efficiency and speed of processes.
                                                           Conference Sponsors                                       8
APOGCE 2019 continues to provide an invaluable
platform for participants to gain the latest insights      Schedule of Events                                        9
through a compelling programme that features
prominent industry leaders and renowned technical          Conference Programme Schedule                            11
experts through high-level discussions and in-depth
technical presentations. With the theme “Advancing         Opening and Keynote Session                              12
through Emerging Technologies and Digitalisation”,         Executive Plenary Session
the 2019 edition will take a deeper look into how rapid
advances in technology and innovation continue to          Panel Sessions                                           13
enable the industry to access challenging conventional
and unconventional resources.                              Special Session                                          19

                                                           Project Case Study Sessions                              20
On behalf of SPE, IATMI and the organising committees,
we thank you for your support and participation and we
                                                           Regional Student Paper Contest                           21
hope you will have an enriching experience.
                                                           Energy4Me - Train the Trainer/Teacher
Sincerely,
                                                           IATMI Business Forum and Social Activities               22

                                                           Section Activity                                         23

                                                           Technical Sessions                                       24

                                                           Knowledge Sharing ePoster Sessions                       35

                                                           Exhibition and Sponsorship Opportunities                 48
Dharmawan Samsu
Upstream Director                                          Training Courses                                         50
PT Pertamina (Persero)
APOGCE 2019 Advisory Committee Chair                       Registration                                             52

                                                           Registration Form                                        54

                                                           Group Registration Form                                  55

                                                           General Information                                      57

                                                           *This Conference Preview is updated as at 14 May 2019.

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Welcome Message from the Official Supporter and the Conference Chair                                                              3

SKK Migas is proud to be the Official Supporter of                     The SPE/IATMI Asia Pacific Oil & Gas Conference and
the SPE/IATMI Asia Pacific Oil & Gas Conference and                    Exhibition (APOGCE) 2019 is a collaborative effort
Exhibition (APOGCE) 2019. As the Chairman of SKK                       between SPE and IATMI. APOGCE has successfully
Migas, I am pleased to invite you and your organisation                established itself as the premier upstream technical
to participate in this important multidisciplinary event               event in the Asia Pacific region since 1999. This event
to be held from 29 - 31 October 2019 in Bali, Indonesia.               continues to gather regional and global distinguished
                                                                       leaders, subject matter experts, technical professionals
APOGCE is the regional flagship event for SPE                          and practitioners across the energy value chain to
(Society of Petroleum Engineers) and IATMI (Society                    share the latest technical know-hows, best practices
of Indonesian Petroleum Engineers), and its presence                   and innovative applications.
and history in Indonesia and the region has cemented
its status as one of the foremost oil and gas industry                 Over the past several years, the energy sector has
event in Asia Pacific that brings together energy                      had to navigate many hurdles across the entire value
companies and technical professionals for information                  chain in responding to the new oil price environment.
exchange and technology transfer.                                      Many efforts were taken to contain costs and boost
                                                                       efficiency, the new paradigm propelled companies
As the industry continues to recover from oil price                    into a shifting landscape of incorporating emerging
pressures, APOGCE 2019, themed “Advancing                              technologies and digital advancement as enablers to
through Emerging Technologies and Digitalisation”,                     improve business and operations.
will explore the many applied innovations and
technological developments to advance resource                         Themed “Advancing through Emerging Technologies
recovery, optimise business and assets, and improve                    and Digitalisation”, the APOGCE 2019 will showcase
production, efficiency and safety.                                     advances in technology and innovation, and how to
                                                                       leverage the transformational impact of digitalisation
SKK Migas looks forward to the technical and business                  to develop effective ways in incorporating new
exchange that will take place at APOGCE as regional                    applications to transform businesses and operations
and international industry leaders and professionals                   to create values from existing capacities in order to
come together to examine the critical issues faced                     advance the industry.
by the industry today. We trust that you and your
organisation will fully support this event and leverage                We thank you in advance for your participation and
this opportunity to participate as a sponsor and                       support, and we look forward to welcoming you to
exhibitor at APOGCE 2019.                                              Bali, Indonesia.

See you all in Bali, Indonesia.                                        Sincerely,

Best regards,
Dwi Soetjipto
Chairman
SKK Migas

                                                                       Ida Yusmiati
                                                                       Senior Vice President
                                                                       Upstream Business Development
                                                                       PT Pertamina (Persero)
                                                                       APOGCE 2019 Conference Chair

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About the Conference                                                                                                                    4

About the Conference
A collaborative effort between the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) and the Society of Indonesian Petroleum
Engineers (IATMI), the SPE/IATMI Asia Pacific Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition (APOGCE) is the premier
upstream technical conference in the Asia Pacific region and serves as an invaluable platform for knowledge sharing,
technology transfer and collaboration at regional and global scales.
APOGCE 2019 provides participants with crucial insights into the latest industry trends, technical know-hows, best
practices and innovative applications to continue to enhance the business value chain and propel the industry further.
APOGCE 2019 will bring together eminent industry leaders, technical experts and energy professionals to share new
perspectives and discuss technological advancements through a comprehensive three-day conference programme
with stimulating plenary, panel, special/project case study and a multidisciplinary technical sessions.

What’s Planned for 2019                                               Why Attend
• 300+ multi disciplinary technical presentations from 		             • Expand your knowledge and learn beyond your field or interest
  70+ organisations                                                   • Network with distinguished experts and peers from global
• 10+ insightful plenary, panel and special/project sessions from       organisations
  senior executives and industry leaders                              • Face-to-face networking opportunities
• 3 days of extensive networking opportunities                        • Discover solutions and emerging trends from reputable energy
• SPE Asia Pacific Regional Awards Presentation                         companies
• Young Professionals Workshop
• SPE Regional Student Paper Contest
• Energy4Me Programme
• Training Courses
• Social Activities (organised by IATMI and SPE Balikpapan Section)

Registration is now open
Register by 28 June 2019 to take advantage of the Super Early Bird offer. Group registration package is also
available – Register 5 people and pay for the price of 4.
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Disciplines

        Multi-disciplinary                  HSE                                 Drilling                           Completions

        Management                          Projects Facilities                 Production and
                                                                                                                   Reservoir
        and Information                     and Construction                    Operations

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Attendee Statistics                                                                                                                   5

Attendee Statistics

Snapshot of APOGCE 2017 in Indonesia

                                                                                                                  95%
                                                                                                                would recommend

       1,252
       attendees from
                                                      300+
                                                technical presentations
                                                                                           30+
                                                                                           sponsors and
                                                                                                                APOGCE to others

        30 countries                            from 70+ organisations                       exhibitors
                                                   and 20+ countries

Programme Highlights                                                          Top 10 countries
• 6 Plenary and Panel Sessions                                                • Indonesia

                                                                                                                  95%
• 4 Special Sessions                                                          • Malaysia
• 2 Case Study Sessions                                                       • China
• 35 Technical Sessions                                                       • United States
• 8 Knowledge Sharing ePoster Sessions                                        • Australia                         of visitors rated
• SPE Asia Pacific Regional Awards Presentation                               • Singapore                        the networking as
• SPE Asia Pacific Regional Student Paper Contest                             • Kuwait                            fair to excellent
• IATMI Golf Tournament, Business Forum and Dinner                            • Saudi Arabia
                                                                              • United Arab Emirates
                                                                              • India

                 Attendees
                by Technical
                                                                            Attendees
                                                                             by Job
                                                                                                                   91%
                                                                                                             of exhibitors would exhibit
                 Discipline                                                 Function
                                                                                                                  again at APOGCE

     Reservoir Description and Dynamics       31.7%            Engineer                            44%

     Drilling                                 22.2%            Student                             17%

     Production and Operations                18.9%            Manager                             10%

     Projects, Facilities, and Construction   10%              Geologist or Geophysicist            7%

                                                                                                                  88%
     Completions                              9.4%             Consultant                           5%

     Management and Information               5.6%             Research and Development             4%

     Health, Safety, Security, Environment,                    Other                                4%
                                            2.2%
     and Social Responsibility
                                                               Educator                             3%    of attendees spent up to 6 hours
                                                               Sales and Marketing                  3%          on the exhibition floor
                                                               Business Operations                  2%

                                                               Superintendent or Foreman            1%

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Committees                                                                                                                              6

Committees

Advisory Committee
Chair
Dharmawan Samsu
Upstream Director
PT Pertamina (Persero)

Members
Priyambodo Mulyosudirjo                        Fauzi Imron, KADIN Indonesia                Trijana Kartoatmodjo, U. of Trisakti

Salis Aprilian, Digital Energy Asia            Tenny Wibowo, Ophir Energy Indonesia

Kevin Moore, Husky Oil Indonesia               Hendra Jaya, PT Pertamina (Persero)

Conference Chair
Ida Yusmiati
Senior Vice President
Upstream Business Development
PT Pertamina (Persero)

Technical Programme Committee
Advisor
Bambang Ismanto                                Hazli Sham Kassim
Vice President                                 Chief Strategic Liaison Officer
Reservoir Development Asia Pacific             PETRONAS
BP Indonesia
                                               Bambang Istadi
Craig Stewart                                  Chief Business Development Officer
Senior Vice President                          PT Energi Mega Persada Tbk
International E&P
Medco Energi

Chair                                          Vice Chair
Henricus Herwin                                Andre Wijanarko
Head of Development & Planning Division        Vice President Resource Management
PT Pertamina Hulu Mahakam                      PT Pertamina Hulu Sanga Sanga

Members
Miles Ponsonby, AGR Software AS                Wang Zhiyuan, China U. of Petroleum         Fikri Irawan, GEOLOG International
Manabesh Chowdhury, Antelopus Energy           (East China)
                                                                                           Farrukh Hamza, Halliburton
                                               Budi R. Permana, ConocoPhillips Indonesia
Jason Kok Chin Hwa, AppSmiths® Technology
                                                                                           David G. Kersey, Independent
                                               Alliza Aulia, Continental Energy
Ong See Hong, Baker Hughes, a GE company
                                                                                           Takaaki Uetani, INPEX Corp.
                                               Agung Cahyono, CORELAB|Owen Oil
Asep K. Permadi, Bandung Inst. of Technology   Tools Division                              Silvya Dewi Rahmawati, Inst. Teknologi
Ferry Anantokusumo, BP Berau                                                               Bandung
                                               Nicholas Paris, Darcia, LLC
                                                                                           Li Shidong, Inst. of Chemical and
Manish Choudhary, Brunei Shell Petroleum       Maike Willuweit, Emerson Process            Engineering Sciences, A*STAR
Li Binbin, Bureau Veritas                      Management Sdn. Bhd.
                                                                                           Mojtaba Kalhor Mohammadi, International
                                               Naynesh C. Patel, ExxonMobil Cepu Ltd.      Drilling Fluids (IDF)
Dan O’Reilly, Chevron Australia Pty. Ltd.
                                               Hanifatu Avida, ExxonMobil Indonesia        Edi Rahmat Bin Asmal Munir, Kuwait Oil Co.
Meita Silaban, Chevron Indonesia
                                               Peter Adam, Gaffney, Cline and Associates   Bai Baojun, Missouri U. of Science and
Wang Yanling, China U. of Petroleum
                                                                                           Technology
(East China)

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Committees                                                                                                                           7

Committees

Technical Programme Committee (continued)
Members
Kevin Lay, NauticAWT Ltd.                      Raj Deo Tewari, PETRONAS                    Jin Xu, RIPED, CNPC

Shankar Bhukya, NOV Wellbore Technologies      Dipak Mandal, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.   Wu Shuhong, RIPED, CNPC

David Manning, Oilfield Technologies           Mohamad Othman, PETRONAS Carigali           Euver Enrique Naranjo Penaloza, Santos Ltd.
                                               Brunei Ltd.
Prady Chaliha, Osaka Gas Australia Pty. Ltd.                                               Ahmad M. Garwan, Saudi Arabian Chevron
                                               Nor Idah Kechut, PETRONAS Research
Dian Nur Cahyono, OXY                          Sdn. Bhd.                                   Lu Mao Kang, Schlumberger

Emeline Chong, Petrofac Malaysia Ltd.          Bambang Widarsono, PPPTMGB “LEMIGAS”        Jack H. Harfoushian, Schlumberger Australia

Jan Bon, Petrolab Australia Pty. Ltd.          Andry Halim, PT Pertamina Upstream          John (Jonggeun) Choe, Seoul National U.
                                               Technology Center
Kamal Morad, Petroleum Development Oman                                                    Afriandi Eka Prasetya, SKK Migas
                                               Sophia Kangan, PT Pertamina
Abdolrahim Ataei, PETRONAS                                                                 Justin Vaughan, TechnipFMC Indonesia
                                               Jufrihadi, PT Pertamina Hulu Energi
Luky Hendraningrat, PETRONAS                                                               Koji Sakura, TENARISNKKTubes
                                               Fitrah Arachman, PT Pertamina Hulu Energi
Hoo Lien Wee, PETRONAS                                                                     Stephen Tyson, U. Teknologi Brunei
                                               Offshore North West Java
Khairul Nizam Idris, PETRONAS                                                              Mohammed Abdalla Ayoub Mohammed,
                                               Lucky Bagus Waskito, PT Pertamina Hulu
                                                                                           U. Teknologi PETRONAS
Rahim Masoudi, PETRONAS                        Energi Offshore South East Sumatra
                                                                                           Ben van Deijl, Woodside
Ng Kiang Fei, PETRONAS                         Rachmat Hidajat, PT Pertamina (Persero)
                                                                                           Mark Baker, Woodside
Sanjeev Rajput, PETRONAS                       Anwarudin Saidu, Reservoir Link Sdn. Bhd

Sulaiman Sidek, PETRONAS                       Liu He, RIPED, CNPC

Conduct Committee
Advisor                                        Chair                                       Vice Chair
Iwan Chandra                                   Novitri Lilaksari                           Novie Hernawati
President Director                             Policy GCG & Compliance Assistant Manager   Quality and Strategic Marketing
GE Oil and Gas Indonesia                       PT Pertamina Hulu Energi                    Schlumberger

Members
Education Programme                            Security and Protocol                       Social Activities
Dwandari Ralanarko, PT Pertamina               Hafif Assaf, PT Medco E&P Indonesia         Annisa Anggiriani Putri, PT Pertamina
Hulu Energi                                                                                Hulu Mahakam
                                               Nantien Lundigusdwina Putri, SKK Migas
Ayudyah Widyahening, PT OBM DrillChem                                                      Arasy Az-Zariat, PT Pertamina Hulu
                                                                                           Mahakam
                                               SPE Regional Student Paper Contest
IATMI Activities                               Mugie Ginanjar, ConocoPhillips
Lucky Bagus Waskito, PT Pertamina Hulu                                                     Young Professional Workshop
Energi Offshore South East Sumatra             Fikri Irawan, GEOLOG International          Julianta Parlindungan Panjaita,
                                                                                           PT Medco Energi
Bina Yuanita, VICO Indonesia
                                               Sponsorships & Exhibitions
                                                                                           Alfino Harun Lubis, PT Pertamina
                                               Indriasari Laraswati Hadiwidjoyo,           Internasional EP
Marketing and Publicity                        PETRONAS Carigali Muriah Ltd.
Mahtubah, IATMI
                                               Leony Lervyn, PT Medco Energi
Raesita Salim, PETRONAS Carigali
Muriah Ltd.

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Conference Sponsors                                                                                          8

Thank You to Our Sponsors

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                                                       General Sponsors

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              (Co-Sponsor)

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      Conference Digital Proceedings                       Exhibition Visitor Pass   Writing Pads and Pens

Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available.
Visit the website or contact Nick Chantrell, Senior Sales Manager – Asia Pacific
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Schedule of Events                                                                                                                                          9

Schedule of Events

 Sunday, 27 October
 0745 – 1530 hours   Bali Tribe Tour (organised by SPE Balikpapan Section)                                                    Hubud and Penarungan Village

 Monday, 28 October
 0800 – 1200 hours   IATMI Business Forum                                                                     Jakarta Room, The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali

                     Registration                                                                                                Pecatu Lobby, Ground Floor

 0900 – 1800 hours   Speaker/Author Check-In                                                                                       Mengwi VIP, Ground Floor

                     Exhibitors Move-In                                                                                       Pecatu Hall 1 & 2, Ground Floor

 1300 – 1700 hours   Young Professional Workshop                                                                                  Mengwi 6&7, Ground Floor

 1300 – 1800 hours   Golf by the Beach (organised by IATMI)                                                                 Bali National Golf Club Nusa Dua

 1900 – 2130 hours   Networking Dinner (organised by IATMI)                                                  Temple Garden, The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali

 Tuesday, 29 October
                     Registration                                                                                                Pecatu Lobby, Ground Floor
 0730 – 1830 hours
                     Speaker/Author Check-In                                                                                       Mengwi VIP, Ground Floor

 0900 – 1000 hours   Opening and Keynote Session                                                                              Pecatu Hall 3 & 5, Ground Floor

 1000 – 1030 hours   Coffee Break                                                                                             Pecatu Hall 1 & 2, Ground Floor

 1000 – 1830 hours   Exhibition                                                                                               Pecatu Hall 1 & 2, Ground Floor

 1030 – 1200 hours   Executive Plenary Session: Advancing through Emerging Technologies and Digitalisation                    Pecatu Hall 3 & 5, Ground Floor

 1200 – 1230 hours   SPE Asia Pacific Regional Awards Presentation                                                            Pecatu Hall 3 & 5, Ground Floor

 1230 – 1400 hours   Networking Luncheon                                                                                      Pecatu Hall 1 & 2, Ground Floor

 1330 – 1400 hours   Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 1                                                                      Pecatu Hall 1 & 2, Ground Floor

                     Panel Session 1: Accelerating the Adoption of Automation                                                    Mengwi 6 & 7, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 1: Unlocking Hydrocarbon Potential                                                            Mengwi 2, Ground Floor

 1400 – 1530 hours   Technical Session 2: Artificial Intelligence I                                                                  Mengwi 3, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 3: Advanced Formation Evaluation                                                              Mengwi 5, Ground Floor

                     Project Case Study 1: Jambaran Tiung Biru                                                                       Mengwi 8, Ground Floor

                     SPE Regional Student Paper Contest: Undergraduate                                                             Legian 1, Mezzanine Floor
 1400 – 1730 hours
                     SPE Regional Student Paper Contest: Postgraduate                                                              Legian 2, Mezzanine Floor

 1530 – 1600 hours   Coffee Break / Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 2                                                       Pecatu Hall 1 & 2, Ground Floor

                     Panel Session 2: Emerging Technologies in Production and Drilling                                           Mengwi 6 & 7, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 4: Applied Technology in Managing Environmental Challenges                                    Mengwi 2, Ground Floor
 1600 – 1730 hours
                     Technical Session 5: Gas Technology, Gas Injection and WAG                                                      Mengwi 3, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 6: Downhole Log for Production Performance and Well Integrity                                 Mengwi 5, Ground Floor

 1730 – 1830 hours   Welcome Reception                                                                                        Pecatu Hall 1 & 2, Ground Floor

 Wednesday, 30 October
                     Registration                                                                                                Pecatu Lobby, Ground Floor
 0800 – 1730 hours
                     Speaker/Author Check-In                                                                                       Mengwi VIP, Ground Floor

                     Panel Session 3: Extracting More Value from Mature Fields                                                   Mengwi 6 & 7, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 7: Thermal and Novel EOR                                                                      Mengwi 2, Ground Floor

 0900 – 1030 hours   Technical Session 8: Artificial Intelligence II                                                                 Mengwi 3, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 9: Emerging Production Technologies                                                           Mengwi 5, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 10: Reservoir Characterisation                                                                Mengwi 8, Ground Floor

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Schedule of Events                                                                                                                                      10

Schedule of Events

 Wednesday, 30 October (continued)
 0900 – 1400 hours   Energy4Me - Train the Trainer/Teacher                                                                  Legian 1 & 2, Mezzanine Floor

 1000 – 1730 hours   Exhibition                                                                                            Pecatu Hall 1 & 2, Ground Floor

 1030 – 1100 hours   Coffee Break / Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 3                                                    Pecatu Hall 1 & 2, Ground Floor

                     Panel Session 4: Balancing Foreign Investment and National Interest                                      Mengwi 6 & 7, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 11: Efficient Human Resources and Management                                              Mengwi 2, Ground Floor

 1100 – 1230 hours   Technical Session 12: Digitalisation and Automation I                                                       Mengwi 3, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 13: Waterflood Optimisation                                                               Mengwi 5, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 14: Deepwater and Subsea                                                                  Mengwi 8, Ground Floor

 1230 – 1400 hours   Networking Luncheon                                                                                   Pecatu Hall 1 & 2, Ground Floor

 1330 – 1400 hours   Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 4                                                                   Pecatu Hall 1 & 2, Ground Floor

                     Panel Session 5: Decommissioning, Asset Abandonment and Site Restoration                                 Mengwi 6 & 7, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 15: Improving Processes and Sustainability of Oil and Gas Operations                      Mengwi 2, Ground Floor

 1400 – 1530 hours   Technical Session 16: Simulation, AI and Modelling I                                                        Mengwi 3, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 17: Reservoir and Production Facilities Management                                        Mengwi 5, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 18: Artificial Lift Planning, Design and Implementation                                   Mengwi 8, Ground Floor

 1530 – 1600 hours   Coffee Break / Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 5                                                    Pecatu Hall 1 & 2, Ground Floor

                     Special Session 1: EOR: Road to Full Field Implementation                                               Mengwi 6 & 7, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 19: Stimulation                                                                           Mengwi 2, Ground Floor

 1600 – 1730 hours   Technical Session 20: Simulation, AI and Modelling II                                                       Mengwi 3, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 21: Surface and Subsurface Integration and Optimisation                                   Mengwi 5, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 22: Drilling and Well Construction                                                        Mengwi 8, Ground Floor

 Thursday, 31 October
                     Registration                                                                                            Pecatu Lobby, Ground Floor
 0800 – 1600 hours
                     Speaker/Author Check-In                                                                                   Mengwi VIP, Ground Floor

                     Panel Session 6: Transforming Business Models to Adapt and Succeed in the New Oil Price Environment      Mengwi 6 & 7, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 23: Completion Planning and Design                                                        Mengwi 2, Ground Floor
 0900 – 1030 hours
                     Technical Session 24: Digitalisation and Automation II                                                      Mengwi 3, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 25: Facilities, Operations and Support                                                    Mengwi 5, Ground Floor

 1000 – 1400 hours   Exhibition                                                                                            Pecatu Hall 1 & 2, Ground Floor

 1030 – 1100 hours   Coffee Break / Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 6                                                    Pecatu Hall 1 & 2, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 26: Surfactant, Polymer Flooding and Nanotechnology                                       Mengwi 2, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 27: Management and Economics of Oil and Gas Assets                                        Mengwi 3, Ground Floor
 1100 – 1230 hours
                     Technical Session 28: Extending Life of Fields                                                              Mengwi 5, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 29: Drilling Technology Case Studies                                                      Mengwi 8, Ground Floor

 1230 – 1400 hours   Networking Luncheon                                                                                   Pecatu Hall 1 & 2, Ground Floor

 1330 – 1400 hours   Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 7                                                                   Pecatu Hall 1 & 2, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 30: Monetising and Redeveloping Mature Fields                                             Mengwi 2, Ground Floor

 1400 – 1530 hours   Technical Session 31: Simulation, AI and Modelling III                                                      Mengwi 3, Ground Floor

                     Technical Session 32: Unconventional Resources / Gas Technology                                             Mengwi 5, Ground Floor

 1530 – 1600 hours   Closing Session                                                                                         Mengwi 6 & 7, Ground Floor

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Conference Programme Schedule                                                                                                                                                     11

Conference Programme Schedule (as of 5 May 2019)

                           Mengwi 6&7                      Mengwi 2                         Mengwi 3                        Mengwi 5                       Mengwi 8
                                                                        Tuesday, 29 October
 0900 - 1000 hours                                                       Opening and Keynote Session - Pecatu Hall 3 & 5

  1000 - 1030 hours                                                               Coffee Break - Pecatu Hall 1 & 2

  1030 - 1200 hours                                                        Executive Plenary Session - Pecatu Hall 3 & 5

  1200 - 1230 hours                                             SPE Asia Pacific Regional Awards Presentation - Pecatu Hall 3 & 5

  1230 - 1400 hours                                                           Networking Luncheon - Pecatu Hall 1 & 2

  1330 - 1400 hours                                                  Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 1 - Pecatu Hall 1 & 2

                           Panel Session 1             Technical Session 1                                              Technical Session 3
                                                                                        Technical Session 2                                            Project Case Study 1
  1400 - 1530 hours   Accerelating the Adoption      Unlocking Hydrocarbon                                              Advanced Formation
                                                                                       Artificial Intelligence I                                       Jambaran Tiung Biru
                           of Automation                    Potential                                                       Evaluation

  1400 - 1730 hours                                              SPE Regional Student Paper Contest: Undergraduate - Legian 1

  1400 - 1730 hours                                               SPE Regional Student Paper Contest: Postgraduate - Legian 2

  1530 - 1600 hours                                          Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 2 / Coffee Break - Pecatu Hall 1 & 2

                                                       Technical Session 4                                               Technical Session 6
                          Panel Session 2                                              Technical Session 5
                                                      Applied Technology in                                               Downhole Log for
  1600 - 1730 hours   Emerging Technologies in                                         Gas Technology, Gas
                                                     Managing Environmental                                            Production Performance
                       Production and Drilling                                          Injection and WAG
                                                           Challenges                                                     and Well Integrity

  1730 - 1830 hours                                                           Welcome Reception - Pecatu Hall 1 & 2

                                                                     Wednesday, 30 October
                            Panel Session 3                                                                              Technical Session 9
                                                       Technical Session 7              Technical Session 8                                           Technical Session 10
 0900 - 1030 hours    Extracting More Value from                                                                        Emerging Production
                                                     Thermal and Novel EOR             Artificial Intelligence II                                   Reservoir Characterisation
                             Mature Fields                                                                                  Technologies

  1030 - 1100 hours                                          Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 3 / Coffee Break - Pecatu Hall 1 & 2

                           Panel Session 4
                                                        Technical Session 11           Technical Session 12
                          Balancing Foreign                                                                            Technical Session 13            Technical Session 14
  1100 - 1230 hours                                 Efficient Human Resources           Digitalisation and
                           Investment and                                                                             Waterflood Optimisation         Deepwater and Subsea
                                                         and Management                   Automation I
                           National Interest

  1230 - 1400 hours                                                           Networking Luncheon - Pecatu Hall 1 & 2

  1330 - 1400 hours                                                  Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 4 - Pecatu Hall 1 & 2

                          Panel Session 5              Technical Session 15
                                                                                       Technical Session 16             Technical Session 17           Technical Session 18
                       Decommissioning, Asset        Improving Processes and
  1400 - 1530 hours                                                                     Simulation, AI and            Reservoir and Production        Artificial Lift Planning,
                         Abandonment and              Sustainability of Oil and
                                                                                           Modelling I                 Facilities Management        Design and Implementation
                          Site Restoration                Gas Operations

  1530 - 1600 hours                                          Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 5 / Coffee Break - Pecatu Hall 1 & 2

                          Special Session 1                                            Technical Session 20              Technical Session 21          Technical Session 22
                                                       Technical Session 19
  1600 - 1730 hours     EOR: Road to Full Field                                         Simulation, AI and              Surface and Subsurface           Drilling and Well
                                                           Stimulation
                          Implementation                                                   Modelling II              Integration and Optimisation         Construction

                                                                       Thursday, 31 October
                           Panel Session 6
                        Transforming Business          Technical Session 23            Technical Session 24             Technical Session 25
 0900 - 1030 hours       Models to Adapt and           Completion Planning               Digitalisation and             Facilities, Operations
                        Succeed in the New Oil             and Design                      Automation II                    and Support
                          Price Environment

  1030 - 1100 hours                                          Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 6 / Coffee Break - Pecatu Hall 1 & 2

                                                       Technical Session 26        Technical Session 27                                                Technical Session 29
                                                                                                                        Technical Session 28
  1100 - 1230 hours                                Surfactant, Polymer Flooding Management and Economics                                                Drilling Technology
                                                                                                                       Extending Life of Fields
                                                       and Nanotechnology          of Oil and Gas Assets                                                    Case Studies

  1230 - 1400 hours                                                           Networking Luncheon - Pecatu Hall 1 & 2

  1330 - 1400 hours                                                  Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 7 - Pecatu Hall 1 & 2

                                                      Technical Session 30             Technical Session 31             Technical Session 32
  1400 - 1530 hours                                Monetising and Redeveloping          Simulation, AI and           Unconventional Resources /
                                                          Mature Fields                    Modelling III                  Gas Technology

  1530 - 1600 hours        Closing Session

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Opening and Keynote Session

Tuesday, 29 October | 0900 - 1000 hours                                                          Pecatu Hall 3 & 5, Ground Floor

Speakers

Dharmawan Samsu                              Ida Yusmiati                               Tom Blasingame
Upstream Director                            Senior Vice President                      2021 SPE President
PT Pertamina (Persero)                       Upstream Business Development              Texas A&M University
APOGCE 2019 Advisory                         PT Pertamina (Persero)
Committee Chair                              APOGCE 2019 Conference Chair

Executive Plenary Session

Advancing through Emerging Technologies and Digitalistion
Tuesday, 29 October | 1030 - 1200 hours                                                          Pecatu Hall 3 & 5, Ground Floor

Moderator

Thom Payne
Director
Westwood Global Energy Group

Speakers

Maria Sferruzza                    Louise Mckenzie                Hilmi Panigoro                      Nicke Widyawati
President, Asia Pacific            President                      President Director                  CEO
Baker Hughes, a GE company         ExxonMobil Indonesia           PT Medco Energi Internasional Tbk   PT Pertamina (Persero)

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Panel Sessions

Panel Session 1: Accelerating the Adoption of Automation

Tuesday, 29 October | 1400 - 1530 hours                                                         Mengwi 6 & 7, Ground Floor

Session Chairs

Peter Adam                          Shankar Bhukya
Senior Reservoir Engineer           Senior Technical Marketing
Gaffney, Cline and Associates       Engineer – Asia Pacific
                                    NOV Wellbore Technologies

Speakers

Ahmed Ibrahim                       Siv Kailasapathy             Hege Kverneland                   Noor Syarifuddin
Vice President Digital, APAC        CEO                          Chief Technology Officer and      Vice President
Baker Huges, a GE company           Cenozai                      Corporate Vice President          Geosciences and Planning
                                                                 NOV                               PT Pertamina Hulu Mahakam

A search in OnePetro with “digital” and “automation” keywords results in almost 2,000 hits. Digital or automation is
no longer new kids on the block but rather a maturing discipline.
Automation is able to increase efficiency, promote a safe working culture and give us reliable outputs every single
time. However, in order to adopt autonomous operations, one needs higher CAPEX and a proper mindset.
This panel will be a collaborative brainstorming session to address the following issues facing our industry:
• Why is the industry taking a back seat in adopting innovative autonomous technologies?
• How far behind are we in using autonomous technologies compared to the car manufacturing and space
  research sectors?
• How is our indecisiveness affecting our productivity?
• How serious are we with our safety targets?
• How willing are we to invest in such technologies?
• Is there a better win-win solution through collaboration between the end user and service company? Can the
  CAPEX burdens and liabilities be shared?

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Panel Sessions

Panel Session 2: Emerging Technologies in Production and Drilling

Tuesday, 29 October | 1600 – 1730 hours                                                      Mengwi 6 & 7, Ground Floor

Session Chairs

Prady Chaliha                             Andry Halim
General Manager – Development             Advisor
Osaka Gas Australia Pty. Ltd.             PT Pertamina Upstream
                                          Technology Center (UTC)

Speaker

Satyam Priyadarshy                        Jeffrey B. Spath                   Brett Howard
Technology Fellow and                     Department Head                    Director Front End/Systems Engineering
Chief Data Scientist                      Petroleum Engineering Department   Management (Asia and Australia)
Halliburton                               Texas A&M University               TechnipFMC

Emerging technologies are technologies that are capable of changing the status quo. These technologies are
generally new but can be existing technologies from other industries. Emerging technologies have the potential to
improve operations in the oil and gas industry by reducing costs and increasing productivity, efficiency and safety.
They enable oil and gas companies to explore and produce from technologically and economically challenging
conventional and unconventional sources in hostile environments. To meet the growing world energy demand, new
technologies should also be able to help by increasing productivity.
Oil and gas companies face great pressure to sustain production and/or maximise recovery under mounting
operating expenses with stricter accountability to the environment and public safety. Companies must adopt
technological innovations that will deliver a change to the way they conduct their business. The oil and gas industry
is very sensitive to oil price and at the time of oil price volatility, the exploration, development and production costs
must be minimised.
Furthermore, the industry will have to compete with the renewable energy sector, where the cost of production
is gradually going down by the introduction of new technologies to improve operational efficiency and reduce
cost of production.
In this panel, we will strive to further understand the benefits of the current emerging technologies in the areas of
drilling and production of oil and gas, both conventional and unconventional.

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Panel Sessions

Panel Session 3: Extracting More Value from Mature Fields

Wednesday, 30 October | 0900 – 1030 hours                                                  Mengwi 6 & 7, Ground Floor

Session Chairs

Dipak Mandal                       Lucky Bagus Waskito
Custodian Reservoir                Reservoir Engineer
Engineering                        PT Pertamina Hulu
PETRONAS Carigali                  Energi OSES
Sdn. Bhd.

Speakers

Paul Madero                       Md Mazlan M Tamyis           John Simamora                   John Anis
Vice President Asia               International                Development                     General Manager
Pacific OFS                       Production Expert            Director                        PT Pertamina
Baker Hughes, a GE                PETRONAS                     PT Pertamina EP                 Hulu Mahakam
company

After the steep fall of crude oil price in 2015 – 2016 and although the market has seen some recovery in 2018, as we
move into 2019, there is still not much optimism in the market. As the big oil producing giants put their thinking hats
on to take measures in keeping the oil price above the USD50 line, industry players are still cautious about larger
investments. With no one sure of the ‘New Normal’, most companies have tried to consolidate their margins by
looking towards safer, cheaper investments in their backyard of ‘mature fields’ to remain sustainable.
This session will look into cutting down cost, thus extending the economic life of mature fields by optimising
usage of emerging technologies. Operating costs will continue to rise in mature fields and as facilities need more
maintenance, how can technologies reduce operating costs and potential late life CAPEX of fields?
This session will also debate on innovation or replication of technologies that operating giants need. How much of
the budget outlook needs to be allocated for technology application? What is the view of operating companies and
service companies towards technology implementation in mature fields? Will partnerships between operators and
service companies help in paving quicker and more affordable implementation of technologies?
Digitalisation has already paved safe and economic inroads in other industries. Oil giants are currently moving
towards digitalisation for a faster, safer mode of operation. Mature fields with giga-data are one of the best areas
for value addition through digitalisation. In the current oil scenario, to what extent will companies need to invest in
digitalisation? Is digitalisation the way forward to cut down costs in mature fields? Will it have adverse implications
on people, culture, economics and society as a whole?

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Panel Sessions

Panel Session 4: Balancing Foreign Investment and National Interest

Wednesday, 30 October | 1100 – 1230 hours                                                           Mengwi 6 & 7, Ground Floor

Session Chairs

Bambang Istadi                            Hendra Jaya
Chief Business                            Technical Expert/Strategic
Development Officer                       Advisor to CEO
PT Energi Mega Persada Tbk                PT Pertamina (Persero)

Speakers

Abdulaziz Al-Mousawi         Aussie Gautama                Ida Yusmiati             Satya Widya Yudha         Ferdinando Rigardo
Country Manager              Chairman                      Senior Vice President    House of                  Regional Executive
Indonesia KUFPEC             Maurel et Prom                Upstream Business        Representative            Director
                                                           Development              Republic of Indonesia     Asia and Russia
                                                           PT Pertamina (Persero)                             Repsol

Oil and natural gas were one of the biggest cash contributors to Indonesia. However, their contribution to
government revenue has declined along with production decrease. Above twenty percent a decade ago, the sector
contributed fewer than five percent of government revenue last year.
Indonesia requires huge investments to revitalise its oil and gas sector to boost exploration efforts to find new
resources and prove up new reserves while at the same time, develop its maturing fields that might require advanced
technology such as artificial intelligence and Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR). On the other hand, since 2015, the
government has increased state-owned Pertamina’s stakes whenever production sharing contracts expire.
Is Indonesia still attractive to foreign investors? What is the post-mortem from the gross split production sharing
contract introduced in late 2016? How will Indonesia capture new technology and share business risks? This panel will
discuss how to obtain the right balance between foreign investment and national interest in Indonesia.

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Panel Sessions

Panel Session 5: Decommissioning, Asset Abandonment and Site Restoration

Wednesday, 30 October | 1400 - 1530 hours                                                                                                 Mengwi 6 & 7, Ground Floor

Session Chairs

Fikri Irawan                                      Dave Manning                                       Afriandi Eka Prasetya
MPD Advisor                                       Managing Director                                  Senior Project Specialist
GEOLOG International                              Oilfield Technologies                              SKK Migas

Speakers

Stephen D’Souza                                   Mohd. Ikhranizam Mohd. Ros                         Charles Siallagan                       Jon Fredrik Muller
Manager                                           Head, Decommissioning &                            Vice President Development &            Partner & Head of Consulting
Environment Division                              Abandonment,                                       Production Evaluation                   Asia Pacific
NOPSEMA                                           Group Project Delivery, PD&T                       PT Pertamina (Persero)                  Rystad Energy
                                                  PETRONAS

A recent report indicated that global decommissioning activities are going to increase significantly while
decommissioning obligations in the global oil and gas industry are projected to hold steady at an average of about
US$12 billion per year from 2019 through 2021 1.
In the face of today’s bearish market, several hundred offshore oil and gas wells could cease production by 2021.
The magnitude and cost of planning an effective decommissioning and abandonment strategy can no longer be
ignored. With limited experience and lessons learnt, how well prepared is our local and regional industries from a
technical and budgetary viewpoint?
This panel will gather representatives from regulators, operators, service providers and consultants to deep dive
into pressing issues facing the region.
1 “Global Decommissioning Set to Hit Record USD36billion over the Next 3 Years.” Press release by Rystad Energy, 21 February 2019.
https://www.rystadenergy.com/newsevents/news/press-releases/Global-decommissioning-set-to-hit-record-$36-billion-over-the-next-3-years/

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Panel Sessions

Panel Session 6: Transforming Business Models to Adapt and Succeed in the New Oil Price Environment

Thursday, 31 October | 0900 – 1030 hours                                                               Mengwi 6 & 7, Ground Floor

Session Chairs

Dipak Mandal                              Teof Rodriques
Custodian Reservoir Engineering           Director
PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.               Rodrigues & Associates Pty Ltd

Speakers

Suzanne Hunt                       Hj. Bacho Pilong                   Daniel Purba                        Jafee Arizon Suardin
General Manager                    Vice President                     Senior Vice President               Deputy Planning
Production, Planning &             Malaysia Assets, Upstream          Corporate Strategic Planning &      SKK Migas
Performance                        PETRONAS                           Development
Beach Energy Limited                                                  PT Pertamina (Persero)

With the turbulence in oil price in recent years driving the need to re-align people, processes, and technology
initiatives of a company to its business strategy, each organisation needed to transform to survive in an evolving oil
price market. What is the new oil price environment? Can we predict the oil price for 2019-2020?
This session will explore the latest insights around business models and operational transformation to learn how the
industry can capture new growth opportunities, reduce costs, improve efficiencies, and steer through this unsteady
environment. It will also look into how to align and execute a strategic vision to improve business performance and
stay ahead in this world of crude oil price turbulence.
The session will discuss how business models can be transformed with the help of emerging technologies to sustain
growth, and increase profit margins. The session will also converse on how digitalisation can bring in successful
transformation in business to assure positive cash flow.

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Special Session

EOR: Road to Full Field Implementation

Wednesday, 30 October | 1600 - 1730hours                                                        Mengwi 6 & 7, Ground Floor

Session Chairs

Andi Bachtiar                             Tutuka Ariadji
Vice President EOR                        Chairman
PT Pertamina EP                           IATMI

Speakers

Anette Poulsen                     Zhang Xiansong               Rahim Masoudi                         Omer Gurpinar
CEOR Team Leader                   Senior Engineer              Chief Technical Officer & Custodian   Director of EOR
Chevron Energy                     Development Specialist -     Reservoir Engineering, MPM            Schlumberger
Technology Company                 Research Institute           PETRONAS
                                   CNOOC

The most important considerations when implementing an EOR plan is to be aware that it takes a considerably
long preparation time as it includes field development planning, laboratory work and piloting the project, whilst
demanding a huge cost. Shortening the preparation time may be approached through understanding the
perception of laboratory works and field trials as a reservoir characterisation process, thus allowing parallel works
to be conducted. Moreover, in order to support the reliability of this stretched approach, the first step is to increase
the screening reliability. Any new concepts and best practices to reduce the preparation time should be justified
with a profoundly reliable approach.
Expensive EOR may be avoidable through the exploration of innovative ways to ease the investment burden, such
as reducing costs through sharing of facilities amongst companies that have nearby EOR field projects, local/
regional supply of EOR injected materials, and of course, improving recovery oriented technology development.
The ultimate goal is to reduce the cost of EOR to lead to full-field implementation.

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Project Case Study Sessions                                                                                        20

Project Case Study Sessions
A Project Case Study session is intended to highlight distinguished achievement of major industry projects from
discovery to delivery. Each project will feature an overview of recent or ongoing activities with an emphasis on the
full value chain. Highlights include:
• Technical achievements
• Project execution
• Project impact
• HSSE
• Considerations for investment decision
Each project will be presented in a 90-minute session, including a question and answer segment.

Project Case Study 1: Jambaran Tiung Biru
Tuesday, 29 October • 1400 - 1530 hours • Mengwi 8, Ground Floor

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Young Professional Workshop and Educational Programmes                                                                                          21

Young Professional Workshop and Educational Programmes

Co-Sponsored by:

Young Professional Workshop
Monday, 28 October | 1300 - 1700 hours                                                                                          Mengwi 6&7

The recent downturn in the oil and gas industry has led to massive layoffs. Digital industrial revolution is slowly changing how upstream
businesses operate. Increasing public awareness of climate change has fueled the urgency to shift to cleaner alternative energy. Can the
current petroleum engineers survive in the next 10 to20 years? What are the skills required to help them adapt and thrive in the highly
dynamic business environment of the oil and gas industry?

This workshop will provide Young Professionals (YP) with a greater insight into the future of our industry and raise their confidence by
stepping out of their comfort zone. For more information, please visit Young Professional Workshop page.

Regional Student Paper Contest
Tuesday, 29 October | 1400 - 1730 hours                                                                    Legian 1 & 2, Mezzanine Floor

SPE student members across Asia Pacific submit technical paper abstracts for the opportunity to present at the SPE Asia Pacific Regional
Student Paper Contest at APOGCE. The shortlisted papers will be presented in front of a panel of judges in their respective Postgraduate or
Undergraduate division.

Winners of 2019 Asia Pacific Regional Student Paper Contest will be invited to attend and compete at the SPE International Student Paper
Contest, to be held at SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (ATCE) from 5 – 7 October 2020 in Denver, Colorado, USA. In addition
to showcasing their technical knowledge at the contest, the winning regional representatives will have the opportunity to meet practicing
professionals and industry members from across the globe for their professional career development. Conference delegates are encouraged
to attend and support the student presentations. For further information, visit our Student Paper Contest page or contact apspc@spe.org .

Energy4Me - Train the Trainer/Teacher
Wednesday, 30 October | 0900 - 1400 hours                                                                  Legian 1 & 2, Mezzanine Floor

The workshop will equip attendees with the basic training to plan and deliver the Energy4Me workshop for students. It will highlight the
importance and benefits of reaching out to local communities and educating students and teachers about science, technology, engineering
and mathematics (STEM) education as well as the energy industry, including oil and gas, with the use of various hands-on activities. These
educational hands-on activities are designed to both illustrate scientific concepts and engineering functions used in oil and gas exploration
and production; and cultivate critical thinking and problem-solving skills in participants.

The objective is to get participating students to consider STEM education and pursue a career in the energy, and oil and gas industries, which
in turn ensures a positive flow of future talent for the industry.

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IATMI Business Forum and Social Activities                                                                                                      22

IATMI Business Forum and Social Activities

The Digital Oil Field Transformation Forum: How Digital Technologies will Transform E&P Business
Model in Indonesia
Monday, 28 October | 0800 – 1200 hours                                                    Jakarta Room, The Westin Resort Nusa Dua

Since the industrial revolution, the oil and gas industry has played an important role in the economic transformation of the world, fueling
the need for heat, light and mobility of the world’s population. Today, the oil and gas industry has the opportunity to redefine its boundaries
through digitalisation, after a period of falling crude prices disrupted exploration and production activities, and ineffective mature field
development challenges that are currently facing most oil and gas companies in Indonesia. Digitalisation can act as an enabler to tackle these
challenges and provide value to all its stakeholders. While digitalisation could be a source of positive change, there are a number of challenges
that need to be overcomed to realise its full potential for both business and society. In some cases, the gains from digitalisation have been
inequitable with the benefits not reaching those who need it most. At the same time, the exponential increase in global information flows
have created new risks around data privacy and security and, businesses across sectors are grappling with challenges related to changing
customer expectations, cultural transformation, outdated regulation, and skill shortages.

Through collaboration at the IATMI Business Forum, leaders will gather to discuss and better understand the implications of these changes.
The Digital Oil Field Transformation Forum is an ongoing initiative from IATMI that serves as the focal point for new opportunities and themes
arising from latest developments and trends in digitalisation especially in Indonesia. This forum does not only look into the challenges and
opportunities digitalisation creates for the oil and gas industry, but also how this potential can be translated to societal value.

Fee: USD350/pax (Networking Dinner ticket is included)
Contact Person: Reizy Azhar (azhar.reizky@gmail.com)

Golf by the Beach (organised by IATMI)
Monday, 28 October | 1300 - 1800 hours                                                                  Bali National Golf Club Nusa Dua

To take part in promoting a healthy life style within the petroleum industry and civic society, Golf by the Beach is prepared as part of the 2019
SPE/IATMI APOGCE activities.

Golf by the Beach is a distinctive golf event that enables participants to strengthen their professional network while enjoying the beautiful
scenery of Bali Beach surrounding the golf course.

Fee: USD200/pax (Networking Dinner ticket is included)
Registration Deadline: 27 September 2019
Contact Person: Ardian Putra (ardian.pradhana@yahoo.com)

Networking Dinner (organised by IATMI)
Monday, 28 October | 1900 – 2130 hours                                                  Temple Garden, The Westin Resort Nusa Dua

Held on Monday, 28 October 2019 at The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, this Networking Dinner will be the highlighted event of the day before the
ceremonial opening of the APOGCE 2019 on the next day. The dinner will provide all guests the opportunity to network and connect. Guests
will be treated to a five star banquet dinner with a very convenient barbeque beach party whilst networking with Business Forum Keynote
Speakers, of which will include leading business figures, major professional organisations, petroleum industry stakeholders and government
officials.

Fee: USD80/pax
Contact Person: Mahtubah (mahtubah@iatmi.or.id)

 PACKAGE FEE: BUSINESS FORUM + GOLF BY THE BEACH + NETWORKING DINNER = USD500

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Section Activity

Bali Tribe Tour (organised by SPE Balikpapan Section)
Sunday, 27 October                                                                                       Hubud and Penarungan Village

In this digital era where we can have access to everything via the internet, we have an option to do our work whilst enjoying the nature. In
conjunction with the APOGCE 2019, the Bali Tribe Tour will take place with two agendas:

1.   Life in co-working space of Hubud: Introduction of what is co-working space in digitalisation era and, gaining new experiences and
     creative thinking from new environment (outside of oil and gas industry) to be applied in daily job.

2. Social and cultural tour in Penarungan Village: Experience Bali local culture and sightseeing around famous tourism spot(s).

Fee: USD 150/pax (open to family members)
Contact Person: Arasy Az Zariat (phone: +62.81.777.2710 or email: arasyazzariat@yahoo.com)
For more information about Bali Tribe Tour, see our Brochure or visit our Website
Technical Sessions                                                                                                                          24

Technical Sessions (as of 5 May 2019)

 Tuesday, 29 October      1400 - 1530 hours | Mengwi 2, Ground Floor     196297

 Technical Session 01: Unlocking Hydrocarbon                             Artificial Intelligence Assisted Decision Support Center: Pilot
                                                                         Implementation in Onshore Indonesia
 Potential
                                                                         R.C. Pratama, R. Siregar, A. Putra, and A.R. Wicaksono, PT
 Session Chairs: Fitrah Arachman, PT Pertamina Hulu Energi               Chevron Pacific Indonesia
 Offshore North West Java; Afriandi Eka Prasetya, SKK Migas
                                                                         196470
 Presentation                                                            Data-Driven Diagnosis for Artificial Lift Pump’s Failures

 196541                                                                  T. Ounsakul, A. Rittirong, T. Kreethapon, W. Toempromaraj, K.
                                                                         Wejwittayaklung, and P. Rangsriwong, PTTEP
 Comprehensive Approach to Assess the Productivity of Tight
 Zones in Contrasted Permeability Reservoirs                             196288
 E. Alalyan, A.I. Al-Sadah, and M.T. Bouaouaja, Saudi Aramco             Deep Autoencoder-Derived Features Applied in Virtual Flow
 PE&D                                                                    Metering for Sucker-Rod Pumping Wells

 196559                                                                  Y. Peng, RIPED, PetroChina

 Unlocking Low Resistivity Pay as New Reservoir Backbone for
 Mature Field Redevelopment Strategy: A Case Study of Alengka
 Field, Offshore North West Java                                         Tuesday, 29 October     1400 - 1530 hours | Mengwi 5, Ground Floor

 I.D. Wibowo, A. Prawesti, S. Sobani, L. Ilmiawan, T. Maulana, and       Technical Session 03: Advanced Formation
 M. Luciawaty, PT Pertamina Hulu Energi Offshore North West              Evaluation
 Java
                                                                         Session Chair: Ben van Deijl, Woodside; Hoo Lien Wee,
 196462
                                                                         PETRONAS
 Case Study Well Test Analysis on Gas Well in Basement Granite
 Reservoir of South Sumatera                                             Presentation
 D.P. Laksana, R. Sitaresmi, and H.K. Oetomo, Trisakti U.; A.            196359
 Puspiantoro, PetroChina International Jabung Ltd.
                                                                         Wettability Study of Mixed-Wet Carbonate with Multiple Pore
 196379                                                                  Systems Using Advanced In-Situ MRI Technologies
 Field Case to Manage the Control of a Naturally Fractured               J. Gao and H.T. Kwak, Saudi Aramco PE&D
 Reservoir during Hydraulic Fracturing
                                                                         196365
 J.W. Pereira Suzart, J. Davis, M. Aljlaidi, and A. Larit, Halliburton
                                                                         Experience of Distributed Temperature Survey (DTS)
                                                                         Strengthen the Understanding on Heterogeneous Carbonate in
                                                                         Southern Iraq Oilfield
 Tuesday, 29 October      1400 - 1530 hours | Mengwi 3, Ground Floor
                                                                         S. Sidek, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.
 Technical Session 02: Artificial Intelligence I
                                                                         196329
 Session Chairs: Wu Shuhong, RIPED, CNPC; Mohammed Abdalla
                                                                         A Discovery of the New Indonesia’s Hydrocarbon Reserves
 Ayoub Mohammed, U. Teknologi PETRONAS
                                                                         through Selective Combination of Advanced Wireline Logging
                                                                         Data: A Case Study of Akasia Maju Field, Indonesia
 Presentation
                                                                         I. Rudiyanto, A. Moris, M. Wahyudin, and N.A. Herdiyanti, PT
 196321                                                                  Pertamina EP; L.L. Lilasari, D. Juandi, H. Tanjung, R. Sudarwoto, R.
                                                                         Dewanda, and P.T. Siburian, Schlumberger
 Improving Deepwater Facility Uptime Using Self Learning
 Artificial Intelligence Model                                           196364
 A.P. Singh, Anadarko Petroleum                                          Hydrocarbon Identification and Evaluation in a Bioturbated
                                                                         Reservoir with New Generation Pulsed Neutron Technology
                                                                         L. Jiang, Schlumberger; B.P. Kantaatmadja, B. Ralphie, and L. Saw,
                                                                         PETRONAS

                                                                         Tuesday, 29 October                  1400 - 1530 hours | Mengwi 2

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Technical Sessions (as of 5 May 2019)

 Tuesday, 29 October       1600 - 1730 hours | Mengwi 2, Ground Floor   196548

 Technical Session 04: Applied Technology in                            A Critical Review of CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery in Tight Oil
                                                                        Reservoirs of North America and China
 Managing Environmental Challenges
                                                                        Z. Song and B. Bai, Missouri U. of Science and Technology
 Session Chairs: Hanifatu Avida Romas, ExxonMobil Indonesia;
 Mohamad Othman, PETRONAS Carigali Brunei Ltd.                          196257
                                                                        Development of Novel Real-Time Monitoring Tool to Track In-
 Presentation                                                           Situ CO2-Foam Generation and Quality during Core-Flooding
                                                                        Experiments
 196245
                                                                        M.R. Haroun, Petroleum Inst.; H.K. Sarma, U. of Calgary; J.S.
 Process for Separating Deck Hydrocarbons and Solids from               Gomes, Abu Dhabi National Oil Co.
 Water
                                                                        196551
 I.T. Hussain, P. Bolivar, D. Paz, and D. Craig, Baker Hughes, a GE
 company; R. Lewis, Recovered Energy, Inc.                              Reservoir Performance Estimation for Huff and Puff CO2
                                                                        Injection Using Newly-Developed Predictive Model
 196469
                                                                        M.B. Setiawan, Z. Syihab, A.H. Lumban Gaol, A. Yasutra, S.
 Assuring Groundwater Safety with Stable Isotope Monitoring             Rahmawati, M.G. Merdeka, F. Metra, W. Wiranda, and E. Alam,
 Method for Waste Slurry Injection Project, Duri Field, Sumatera,       Inst. Teknologi Bandung
 Indonesia
 Y. Yuniar, A. Sugiarto, and A. Syahputra, PT. Chevron Pacific
 Indonesia; M.S. Dwi Hadian and M.N. Barkah, Padjadjaran U.
                                                                        Tuesday, 29 October       1600 - 1730 hours | Mengwi 5, Ground Floor
 196457
                                                                        Technical Session 06: Downhole Log for Production
 HSEQ View and Review (V&R): Initiative to Improve HSEQ                 Performance and Well Integrity
 Performance in WCI Division
                                                                        Session Chairs: Siti Najmi Farhan Bt Zulkipli, PETRONAS; Jack
 B. Puji Widodo and R. Therademaker, PT Pertamina Hulu
 Mahakam                                                                Harfoushian, Schlumberger Australia

 196466                                                                 Presentation
 Review of Land Acquisition Process and Its Problems in                 196544
 Geothermal Exploration Project in Indonesia
                                                                        Where’s the Water Coming From?: A Combined Formation
 D.W. Adityatama, U. of Auckland; D.P. Purba and F. Muhammad,           Saturation, Production Logging, Water Flow, and Leak Detection
 Rigsis Energi Indonesia; S. Hasymi, Indonesia Geothermal Lawyer        Diagnosis Deployed on Coiled Tubing
 Association
                                                                        A.L. Imrie, M. Bagir, G.R. Himawan, M.S. Iyer, and A. Ariewijaya,
                                                                        Halliburton

 Tuesday, 29 October       1600 - 1730 hours | Mengwi 3, Ground Floor   196445

 Technical Session 05: Gas Technology, Gas Injection                    Determination of Sand Production Intervals in Unconsolidated
                                                                        Sandstone Reservoirs Using Spectral Acoustic Logging
 and WAG
                                                                        Z. Ramadhana and A. Triantoro, PT Pertamina; I. Aslanyan, Y.V.
 Session Chairs: Rahim Masoudi, PETRONAS; Nor Idah Kechut,              Maslennikova, R. Minakhmetova, L. Sungatullin, and S. Aristov, TGT
 PETRONAS Research Sdn. Bhd.                                            Oil & Gas Services

 Presentation                                                           196483
                                                                        Unlocking Well Potential with CO2 Tracer Application in High
 196461                                                                 Deviation Well
 Dual Function Hydrate Inhibitor for Mixed Carbon Dioxide and           J. Kueh, PETRONAS; J. Lim, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.
 Methane System
                                                                        196272
 Z. Kassim and F.H. Rahman, PETRONAS Research Sdn. Bhd.; M.
 Khan and B. Lal, U. Teknologi PETRONAS                                 Fiber Optic Measurements as Real Time PLT with New Transient
                                                                        Interpretation
                                                                        D. Kortukov and V. Shako, Schlumberger
                                                                        W

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Technical Sessions (as of 5 May 2019)

 Wednesday, 30 October     0900 - 1030 hours | Mengwi 2, Ground Floor   196382

 Technical Session 07: Thermal and Novel EOR                            Dyno Card Classification Using Case Based Reasoning for Rod
                                                                        Pump Failure Identification
 Session Chairs: Sulaiman Sidek, PETRONAS; Jason Kok Chin Hwa,
                                                                        R.A. Wibawa, T.H. Dwiputranto, J.N. Prasetyo, M.O. Purba,
 AppSmiths® Technology                                                  D. Wilantara, J. Dongoran, G. Gunawan, and A.S. Negara, PT
                                                                        Chevron Pacific Indonesia
 Presentation
                                                                        196430
 196407
                                                                        An Intelligent Artificial Lift Technology in Shengli Oilfield:
 A Novel Hybrid Enhanced Oil Recovery Method by Smart Water             Integration of Remote Wireless Control and Artificial
 Injection and Foam Flooding in Carbonate Reservoirs                    Intelligence for Zonal Water Injection
 A.M. Hassan, Delft U. of Technology                                    F. Jin, CNPC Engineering Technology R&D Co. Ltd.

 196249
 Advancing Steamflood Performance through a New Integrated              Wednesday, 30 October     0900 - 1030 hours | Mengwi 5, Ground Floor
 Optimisation Process: Transform the Concept into Practical
                                                                        Technical Session 09: Emerging Production
 H.S. Silalahi, PT. Chevron Pacific Indonesia
                                                                        Technologies
 196497
                                                                        Session Chairs: Nicholas Paris, Darcia, LLC; Fitrah Arachman, PT
 Geochemical Modelling of Low Salinity Water Flooding EOR               Pertamina Hulu Energi Offshore North West Java
 Mechanism
 Q. Chen, S.M. Al Enezi, and A.A. Yousef, Saudi Aramco PE&D             Presentation

 196298                                                                 196508
 A New Advancement in Enhanced Oil Recovery: Plasma Pulse               First Application of Ultrasonic Technology in South East
 Technology                                                             Asia: Breakthrough Case Study in Field T - Opening Doors for
                                                                        Alternative Stimulation Methods
 U. Dasgupta and A. Attri, U. of Petroleum and Energy Studies
                                                                        C.L. Chang, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.

 Wednesday, 30 October     0900 - 1030 hours | Mengwi 3, Ground Floor   196526
                                                                        Effective of Inflow Control Device in Directional Wells through
 Technical Session 08: Artificial Intelligence II                       the Lower Cretaceous Reservoir Sand: A Case Study from
                                                                        Greater Burgan Field, Kuwait
 Session Chairs: Sachin Sharma, BCG; Peter Adam, Gaffney, Cline
 and Associates                                                         H.A. Bahman and V. Naik, Kuwait Oil Co.

                                                                        196357
 Presentation
                                                                        Solving the Hydro Frac Puzzle in HP/HT KG Basin of India by
 196455                                                                 Geomechanics Enabled Design and Execution of Hydraulic
 Application of Fuzzy Logic for Improvement of Perforation Gain         Fracturing: 730% Increase in Gas Production
 Predictability in Multi-Layered Giant Mature Gas Field                 R.R. Gondalia, S. Narayan, R.R. Kumar, A. Shah, K. Bordeori, U.
 I.T. Rau, PT Pertamina Hulu Mahakam                                    Nand, A. Bandyopadhyay, and M.M. Singh, Schlumberger

 196487                                                                 196503

 Reservoir Recovery Estimation Using Data Analytics and Neural          Applying Epoxy Resin Technology on Remediation for 3.5‑in.
 Network Based Analogue Study                                           Casing Leak: Case Study, South Sulige Gas Field

 Z. Zhu and Y. Chen, China U. of Petroleum, Beijing; Z. Chen, U. of     S. Liu, PetroChina; X. Zhang and L. Li, Halliburton; Z. Chen, W.
 Calgary                                                                Fan, Y. Sun, and A. Fang, PetroChina; C. Luo, Centreal

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