Program
Innhold

Digitalisation; the big picture, the goals, innovations, and transformations!

The program is continuously updated. You can click on the different speakers to read more about their posts.

07:30

Registration and networking in the foyer

Registration and networking in the foyer

07:30

Registration and networking in the foyer

Sal A

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

08:45

Opening session

Opening session

Anniken Hauglie

The Norwegian Oil and Gas Association

Director General

08:45

Opening session

Sal A

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

09:00

Setting the stage

Setting the stage

Digitalisation and sustainability have long been basic prerequisites for Norwegian industry's competitiveness. A number of initiatives for collaboration and Streamlining of digital services across industries has already been implemented. We are far ahead in some areas, but in the transition to a digital everyday life and a more sustainable society, more focus is needed on sharing, competence and good framework conditions. Some of the most important players working with trends, business and technological development, competence needs and political guidelines, put together on stage about both public digitalisation strategy, industry roadmaps, and how we are succeeding so far.

Linda Hofstad Helleland

The Norwegian Government

Minister of Digitalisation

Ruth Astrid L. Sæter

Sæter media

Moderator

09:00

Setting the stage

Sal A

Digitalisation and sustainability have long been basic prerequisites for Norwegian industry's competitiveness. A number of initiatives for collaboration and Streamlining of digital services across industries has already been implemented. We are far ahead in some areas, but in the transition to a digital everyday life and a more sustainable society, more focus is needed on sharing, competence and good framework conditions. Some of the most important players working with trends, business and technological development, competence needs and political guidelines, put together on stage about both public digitalisation strategy, industry roadmaps, and how we are succeeding so far.

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

09:20

The big digital picture

The big digital picture

Analytical view of recent years development. How does technology affect us? What is happening nationally in relation to the digitization work? How can one go from using digitalisation as an expression to using digitalisation to change our work routines and processes? Status of how renewable and other industries will grow in the future.

Jarand Rystad

Rystad Energy

CEO

09:20

The big digital picture

Sal A

Analytical view of recent years development. How does technology affect us? What is happening nationally in relation to the digitization work? How can one go from using digitalisation as an expression to using digitalisation to change our work routines and processes? Status of how renewable and other industries will grow in the future.

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

09:50

Coffee break

Coffee break

09:50

Coffee break

Sal A

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

10:14

Session 2

Session 2

Digitalisation objectives; sustainability, process improvement, cost reduction, increased quality and safety.

10:14

Session 2

Sal A

Digitalisation objectives; sustainability, process improvement, cost reduction, increased quality and safety.

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

10:15

The collaboration project in Norwegian oil and gas

The collaboration project in Norwegian oil and gas

The lecture addresses a proactive approach to new and ongoing improvement initiatives to strenghten the bottom line to industry in both HSE and the external environment as well as value creation. -Builds on previous and ongoing improvement initiatives, including the Konkraft 2018 report. -A project that will run over 2 years and concentrate on 5-6 transformative activities. -Heavily anchored in the top management of the companies and the board of Norwegian Oil and Gas.

Øystein Arvid Håland

Norwegian oil and gas

Project Manager

10:15

The collaboration project in Norwegian oil and gas

Sal A

The lecture addresses a proactive approach to new and ongoing improvement initiatives to strenghten the bottom line to industry in both HSE and the external environment as well as value creation. -Builds on previous and ongoing improvement initiatives, including the Konkraft 2018 report. -A project that will run over 2 years and concentrate on 5-6 transformative activities. -Heavily anchored in the top management of the companies and the board of Norwegian Oil and Gas.

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

10:40

Sustainability, profitability, and digital innovation

Sustainability, profitability, and digital innovation

Sustainability is no longer optional. It is the key to survival and success for all industrial companies. Today, companies are increasingly assessed on their contributions to society and their corporate social responsibility strategies. As industry faces growing calls to reduce waste and cut emissions, digital transformation will be key to make the global economy more sustainable. Cognite believes that sustainability and profitability go hand in hand. We believe that technology can reduce the environmental footprint of industrial operations and generate value by speeding up the development of renewable energy – and that liberating data is how to make it happen. In this presentation, we’ll focus on examples where technology plays a major role in promoting sustainability across industry verticals. Sustainability as an investment driver How and why oil operators are becoming diversified energy companies What technologies should contribute, and where digitalization fits in How these developments will affect Norway How Norwegian industry, suppliers, and nonprofits can contribute

John Markus Lervik

Cognite AS

Founder & CEO

10:40

Sustainability, profitability, and digital innovation

Sal A

Sustainability is no longer optional. It is the key to survival and success for all industrial companies. Today, companies are increasingly assessed on their contributions to society and their corporate social responsibility strategies. As industry faces growing calls to reduce waste and cut emissions, digital transformation will be key to make the global economy more sustainable. Cognite believes that sustainability and profitability go hand in hand. We believe that technology can reduce the environmental footprint of industrial operations and generate value by speeding up the development of renewable energy – and that liberating data is how to make it happen. In this presentation, we’ll focus on examples where technology plays a major role in promoting sustainability across industry verticals. Sustainability as an investment driver How and why oil operators are becoming diversified energy companies What technologies should contribute, and where digitalization fits in How these developments will affect Norway How Norwegian industry, suppliers, and nonprofits can contribute

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

11:05

Climate accounting and indirect emissions - Your emissions become my emissions

Climate accounting and indirect emissions - Your emissions become my emissions

In recent years, we have seen a marked increase in interest around environmental data. The requirements and reporting formats are constantly changing.
The management wants to know its environmental figures, and wants more and more more frequent data to get a better overview. Direct emissions, called scope1, operators have had experience for a long time, but to get a full overview of their footprint one must also know their indirect emissions, scope 3. Scope 3 creates the need to share data across organizations.
But, what are Scope 1, 2 and 3?

And why / how does a supplier's Scope 1 emissions become an operator's Scope 3 emissions? How will companies be able to share this data?
Many small and medium-sized suppliers have barely been able to start looking at their own environmental accounts, so how should one approach this new everyday life? What steps can you take?

Christer Bjørnø-Husa

NEMS AS

Sales and Marketing Director

Kick Sterkman

Neptune Energy

Group HSEQ Director

11:05

Climate accounting and indirect emissions - Your emissions become my emissions

Sal A

In recent years, we have seen a marked increase in interest around environmental data. The requirements and reporting formats are constantly changing.
The management wants to know its environmental figures, and wants more and more more frequent data to get a better overview. Direct emissions, called scope1, operators have had experience for a long time, but to get a full overview of their footprint one must also know their indirect emissions, scope 3. Scope 3 creates the need to share data across organizations.
But, what are Scope 1, 2 and 3?

And why / how does a supplier's Scope 1 emissions become an operator's Scope 3 emissions? How will companies be able to share this data?
Many small and medium-sized suppliers have barely been able to start looking at their own environmental accounts, so how should one approach this new everyday life? What steps can you take?

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

11:40

Lunch

Lunch

11:40

Lunch

Sal A

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

12:29

Session 3

Session 3

Digital innovations

12:29

Session 3

Sal A

Digital innovations

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

12:30

How Can Standardized Mobile (4G / 5G / IoT) Technology Change The Way To work?

How Can Standardized Mobile (4G / 5G / IoT) Technology Change The Way To work?

By using standardized mobile technology, one will to a greater extent avoid expensive proprietary solutions and "Vendor Lock in". By using new technology, it will be possible to streamline work processes and establish new innovative solutions that increase safety, reduce costs and streamline production.

Knut Fjellheim

Telenor Maritime AS

CTIO

Morten Aarvik

Telenor Maritime

Sales Manager, IoT & Digitalization

12:30

How Can Standardized Mobile (4G / 5G / IoT) Technology Change The Way To work?

Sal A

By using standardized mobile technology, one will to a greater extent avoid expensive proprietary solutions and "Vendor Lock in". By using new technology, it will be possible to streamline work processes and establish new innovative solutions that increase safety, reduce costs and streamline production.

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

12:55

Digital Innovations

Digital Innovations

Autonomous Drilling and Innovation / A modern view on Drilling

The industry is looking for a step change in well construction performance and sustainability, and digital technologies are providing a key to deliver value. Today integrated surface and downhole automation systems are replacing more of our manual workflows, improving safety, decision making, consistency, and efficiency in drilling operations. Data is the critical enabler to these workflows, and its analysis during and after drilling operations is further enhancing well delivery and learning for improved planning of future wells. Case studies from ongoing projects will be presented in addition to a focus on how new data innovation initiatives are transforming the way we  improve each well that is drilled.

Kari Anne H. Kjolaas-Holland

Schlumberger

Director of Digital Operations Solutions

12:55

Digital Innovations

Sal A

Autonomous Drilling and Innovation / A modern view on Drilling

The industry is looking for a step change in well construction performance and sustainability, and digital technologies are providing a key to deliver value. Today integrated surface and downhole automation systems are replacing more of our manual workflows, improving safety, decision making, consistency, and efficiency in drilling operations. Data is the critical enabler to these workflows, and its analysis during and after drilling operations is further enhancing well delivery and learning for improved planning of future wells. Case studies from ongoing projects will be presented in addition to a focus on how new data innovation initiatives are transforming the way we  improve each well that is drilled.

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

13:15

New sustainable workflows from virtual Design reviews to 3D print manufacturing and IoT operational data management

New sustainable workflows from virtual Design reviews to 3D print manufacturing and IoT operational data management

How to build a sustainable digital infrastructure that disrupts your current workflow to excel further? Learn how this can be obtained by introducing new digital workflows containing hardware and software solutions tailormade to cooperate within the new EU taxonomy framework. HP Norway delivers sustainable hardware platforms to run new types of workflows initiating virtual cooperation spaces and data management platforms. Nagelld develop these new virtual workspaces to be used to perform Digital reviews, HSE, training and operations. Neuron Solution enables and qualifies workflows of real world data into these virtual cooperation spaces. Nagelld and HP Norway has built a physical lab in Media City Bergen to develop and test how different hardware solutions merges with the virtual workspaces utilizing real-world data solutions from Neuron Solution.

Helge Bjordal

NAGELLD

Chairman / Sales & Projects

Roar Berge

Neuron Solution AS

CEO

Verner Hølleland

HP Norway

Managing Director

13:15

New sustainable workflows from virtual Design reviews to 3D print manufacturing and IoT operational data management

Sal A

How to build a sustainable digital infrastructure that disrupts your current workflow to excel further? Learn how this can be obtained by introducing new digital workflows containing hardware and software solutions tailormade to cooperate within the new EU taxonomy framework. HP Norway delivers sustainable hardware platforms to run new types of workflows initiating virtual cooperation spaces and data management platforms. Nagelld develop these new virtual workspaces to be used to perform Digital reviews, HSE, training and operations. Neuron Solution enables and qualifies workflows of real world data into these virtual cooperation spaces. Nagelld and HP Norway has built a physical lab in Media City Bergen to develop and test how different hardware solutions merges with the virtual workspaces utilizing real-world data solutions from Neuron Solution.

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

13:35

How mobile robots benefit supply chain management and warehouse operations

How mobile robots benefit supply chain management and warehouse operations

Autonomy handling of warehouse logistivs is improving customers experience and increases customers service level. It will also benefit faster order fulfillment, greater order accuracy, reduce damages, improve labor productivity, reduce shipping and handling cost and keep cost under control.

Annette Anfinnsen

Robotic Innovation

CEO

Kristian Stapnes

Norsea

Vice president digital & improvement

13:35

How mobile robots benefit supply chain management and warehouse operations

Sal A

Autonomy handling of warehouse logistivs is improving customers experience and increases customers service level. It will also benefit faster order fulfillment, greater order accuracy, reduce damages, improve labor productivity, reduce shipping and handling cost and keep cost under control.

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

13:55

Digital Twin: An enabling technology for innovation in offshore wind

Digital Twin: An enabling technology for innovation in offshore wind

Digital twins may enable innovations for offshore wind energy by utilising operational data to make predictive models more accurate and efficient by combining physic-based and data-driven models (AI), i.e. so-called Hybrid Analysis and Modelling (HAM) approach. Furthermore, we envision that such predictive digital twins may facilitate significantly more rapid knowledge transfer and exploitation between Research, Innovations, Design and Operations (the RIDO-concept).

Trond Kvamsdal

NTNU

Professor

13:55

Digital Twin: An enabling technology for innovation in offshore wind

Sal A

Digital twins may enable innovations for offshore wind energy by utilising operational data to make predictive models more accurate and efficient by combining physic-based and data-driven models (AI), i.e. so-called Hybrid Analysis and Modelling (HAM) approach. Furthermore, we envision that such predictive digital twins may facilitate significantly more rapid knowledge transfer and exploitation between Research, Innovations, Design and Operations (the RIDO-concept).

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

14:15

Meaningful AI that people love

Meaningful AI that people love

Chatbots have long held a reputation for failing to understand even basic questions. The potential of the technology to deliver on the promise of automation has been hampered due to technical limitations leading to annoyance and wasted opportunity. Thankfully, those days are finally over. Today, conversational artificial intelligence (AI) provides chatbots with the synthetic brainpower that makes them capable of understanding, processing and accurately responding to human language. These advances make it possible to transform internal and external communication channels, while seamlessly integrating into wider digitalisation and automation initiatives without replacing or hiding the human elements of an organization and, instead, letting them get more real work done. Modern chatbots powered by conversational AI are here to stay - they create genuine business value, lead to less frustration, reduce costs and, most importantly, make automation more meaningful and loved across an entire organization.

Camilla Gjetvik

boost.ai

COO

14:15

Meaningful AI that people love

Sal A

Chatbots have long held a reputation for failing to understand even basic questions. The potential of the technology to deliver on the promise of automation has been hampered due to technical limitations leading to annoyance and wasted opportunity. Thankfully, those days are finally over. Today, conversational artificial intelligence (AI) provides chatbots with the synthetic brainpower that makes them capable of understanding, processing and accurately responding to human language. These advances make it possible to transform internal and external communication channels, while seamlessly integrating into wider digitalisation and automation initiatives without replacing or hiding the human elements of an organization and, instead, letting them get more real work done. Modern chatbots powered by conversational AI are here to stay - they create genuine business value, lead to less frustration, reduce costs and, most importantly, make automation more meaningful and loved across an entire organization.

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

14:35

Coffee break

Coffee break

14:35

Coffee break

Sal A

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

15:04

Session 4

Session 4

The way forward, how to position Norwegian technology and knowledge to secure creating value in future

15:04

Session 4

Sal A

The way forward, how to position Norwegian technology and knowledge to secure creating value in future

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

15:05

The Digital pioneer mindset

The Digital pioneer mindset

How do we build our mindsets, so we in the coming 10 years can take full advantage of the digital opportunity space that stands open, right in front of us? This talk will lead us through neuroscience, key findings from some of the Worlds best innovators and give you the scientific background alongside the framework for building your digital capacity even stonger - because in this decade, we simply do not have the time to think small!

Louise Opprud Jakobsen

FUTUREWORKS Cph

Partner & creative

15:05

The Digital pioneer mindset

Sal A

How do we build our mindsets, so we in the coming 10 years can take full advantage of the digital opportunity space that stands open, right in front of us? This talk will lead us through neuroscience, key findings from some of the Worlds best innovators and give you the scientific background alongside the framework for building your digital capacity even stonger - because in this decade, we simply do not have the time to think small!

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

15:35

Another way of thinking and working for more interdisciplinary sharing in the future

Another way of thinking and working for more interdisciplinary sharing in the future

Norwegian Oil and Gass association is working together with the whole oil and gas industry with several exciting Digital collaboration initiatives. Yngve Nilsen will talk about industry services that will support the change process related to sustainability in the industry, and he will talk about how these services will simplify and improve collaboration between oil and gas operators and suppliers.

Yngve Nilsen

Norwegian Oil and Gas association

Senior Advisor

15:35

Another way of thinking and working for more interdisciplinary sharing in the future

Sal A

Norwegian Oil and Gass association is working together with the whole oil and gas industry with several exciting Digital collaboration initiatives. Yngve Nilsen will talk about industry services that will support the change process related to sustainability in the industry, and he will talk about how these services will simplify and improve collaboration between oil and gas operators and suppliers.

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

15:55

The major digitalisation projects and new business models

The major digitalisation projects and new business models

Thoughts on the future picture (and threat picture) for the oil and gas industry - Norway's economic backbone; How have existing business models taken into account revised processes, organization and technology? What will the future business models look like, given the drastic change in the industry with lower margins, green shift to a renewable society and digitalisation in rough terrain? The administration with a connected board, revenue principles, cost allocation and business plans with different scenarios are pieces in this puzzle.

Tor-Inge Gran

EIK Management

Senior Strategic Advisor

15:55

The major digitalisation projects and new business models

Sal A

Thoughts on the future picture (and threat picture) for the oil and gas industry - Norway's economic backbone; How have existing business models taken into account revised processes, organization and technology? What will the future business models look like, given the drastic change in the industry with lower margins, green shift to a renewable society and digitalisation in rough terrain? The administration with a connected board, revenue principles, cost allocation and business plans with different scenarios are pieces in this puzzle.

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

16:15

Coffe refill

Coffe refill

16:15

Coffe refill

Sal A

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

16:35

Reinventing workforce for a New Purpose

Reinventing workforce for a New Purpose

Elevator pitch: The people implications of the introduction of digital technologies, value chain expansion, and increased focus on sustainability pose significant challenges for many industries including oil and gas. This new operating environment represents a unique opportunity for organizations to connect employees to a new purpose and dramatically rethink how work gets done, what is needed from their employees, and what their employees need from them. Come hear how Accenture and leading companies within the energy industry are reinventing their workforce to succeed. Let there be change!

What the presentation will cover:

The Accenture story:

At Accenture your career is about what you want to be and who you want to be. It’s about bringing your skills, your curiosity, and your best true self to your work we want to match our employee’s ingenuity with the latest technology to make incredible things. Accenture’s commitment to our people and to accelerating equality for all has never been more relevant than it is today. We create a work environment that helps drive innovation by bring together diverse teams, building authentic leaders and having a culture of continuous learning.

The industry perspective and aspirational imperatives for Norway

Insight gained from our work providing strategy and consulting services to global energy clients, combined with secondary research on the topic of workforce reinvention, points to the view that as energy firms shift their business models to new value chains (such as renewables, power, and consumer-driven products) a re-definition of workforce skills will be required. While some core oil and gas skills remain relevant, it will be critical to re-define others to fuel the transition. Energy workforces must develop deep domain knowledge, as well as understand future renewables challenges, whilst industry leaders systematically build skills such as data visualization, predictive analytics, and inclusive leadership to bring ethical and diverse perspectives that drive innovation within the digital age.  We have put together several aspirational objectives for partnership between the Norwegian educational system and industry to achieve this skill re-definition within Norway.

Common across these objectives is a need for longer-term thinking on the part of both Norway’s energy players and educators. In our future, where routine work is automated, capacity for non-routine team work will be unlocked. Norway’s future educators must be skilled in reacting to domain challenges and change imperatives, so that future executives are trained to be good architects of social systems. As technology becomes more intelligent, workforces will connect more intensely on complex work and future leaders will be responsible for navigating this intensified focus, by developing strong employer value propositions.

Collaboration between educational institutions and industry should aspire to create hybrid skillsets that cover key skills clusters, equipping the next generation of engineers and technologists with broad and interrelated skills to prepare them for rapid industry change. To do so, industry and educational leaders should identify opportunities for coaction to ensure that the talent pipeline of the future is cross trained according to the following clusters. Doing so will ensure that future workforces obtain domain understanding, whilst also developing research, innovation, and people management competence.

Riikka Hyytiäinen

Nordic Talent & Organization lead for Resources industry

Managing Director

Alison Sherwin

Nordic Talent & Organization lead for Energy industry

Senior Manager

Vegard Kolbjørnsrud

BI Norwegian Business School

Associate Professor in Strategy

16:35

Reinventing workforce for a New Purpose

Sal A

Elevator pitch: The people implications of the introduction of digital technologies, value chain expansion, and increased focus on sustainability pose significant challenges for many industries including oil and gas. This new operating environment represents a unique opportunity for organizations to connect employees to a new purpose and dramatically rethink how work gets done, what is needed from their employees, and what their employees need from them. Come hear how Accenture and leading companies within the energy industry are reinventing their workforce to succeed. Let there be change!

What the presentation will cover:

The Accenture story:

At Accenture your career is about what you want to be and who you want to be. It’s about bringing your skills, your curiosity, and your best true self to your work we want to match our employee’s ingenuity with the latest technology to make incredible things. Accenture’s commitment to our people and to accelerating equality for all has never been more relevant than it is today. We create a work environment that helps drive innovation by bring together diverse teams, building authentic leaders and having a culture of continuous learning.

The industry perspective and aspirational imperatives for Norway

Insight gained from our work providing strategy and consulting services to global energy clients, combined with secondary research on the topic of workforce reinvention, points to the view that as energy firms shift their business models to new value chains (such as renewables, power, and consumer-driven products) a re-definition of workforce skills will be required. While some core oil and gas skills remain relevant, it will be critical to re-define others to fuel the transition. Energy workforces must develop deep domain knowledge, as well as understand future renewables challenges, whilst industry leaders systematically build skills such as data visualization, predictive analytics, and inclusive leadership to bring ethical and diverse perspectives that drive innovation within the digital age.  We have put together several aspirational objectives for partnership between the Norwegian educational system and industry to achieve this skill re-definition within Norway.

Common across these objectives is a need for longer-term thinking on the part of both Norway’s energy players and educators. In our future, where routine work is automated, capacity for non-routine team work will be unlocked. Norway’s future educators must be skilled in reacting to domain challenges and change imperatives, so that future executives are trained to be good architects of social systems. As technology becomes more intelligent, workforces will connect more intensely on complex work and future leaders will be responsible for navigating this intensified focus, by developing strong employer value propositions.

Collaboration between educational institutions and industry should aspire to create hybrid skillsets that cover key skills clusters, equipping the next generation of engineers and technologists with broad and interrelated skills to prepare them for rapid industry change. To do so, industry and educational leaders should identify opportunities for coaction to ensure that the talent pipeline of the future is cross trained according to the following clusters. Doing so will ensure that future workforces obtain domain understanding, whilst also developing research, innovation, and people management competence.

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

17:00

Summary, enthusiasm, hope for the future and good horizons

Summary, enthusiasm, hope for the future and good horizons

TBA

17:00

Summary, enthusiasm, hope for the future and good horizons

Sal A

TBA

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D

17:15

End of conference & mingling

End of conference & mingling

PAUSE & mingling until the OTD Energy opening ceremony

17:15

End of conference & mingling

Sal A

PAUSE & mingling until the OTD Energy opening ceremony

Sal B

Sal C

Sal D