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Rig Decarbonization, Efficiency, Safety and Climate Change Impact

Wednesday, 6 March
Grand Ballroom C
With more opportunities to make an impact on the climate and looking for alternatives to maintain rig efficiency while reducing the carbon footprint, this session will discuss an innovative alternative fuel, how a novel energy storage system enables operations with zero generators online and the climate change impact through a life-cycle assessment of Offshore drilling operations. Also, it will be discussed the importance of training and how going back to the roots improves the safety of operations. 
Bertha Cardozo - SLB Global Services
Marcel Boucher - NOV Inc.
  • 0800-0825 217708
    Energy Storage System Enables Operations with Zero Generators Online
    M. Snijder van Wissenkerke, J. Harrist, Patterson-UTI Drilling Company LLC; S. Poludasu, Patterson-UTI Drilling Co; J. Lowery, EQT Corporation
  • 0825-0850 217716
    World’s First Demonstration of Hydrogen Blending in Dual-Fuel Engines on a Drilling Rig
    W. Kernan, Caterpillar; J. Lowery, EQT Corporation; M. Snijder Van Wissenkerke, Patterson-UTI Drilling Company LLC
  • 0850-0915 217701
    Meeting Increasing Demands for Upstream GHG Reporting - A Framework for The Drilling Industry
    M. Emborg, S.I. Olsen, Technical University of Denmark
  • 0915-0940 217699
    Application of Gamification Techniques in Well Control Training and Competency
    J.W. Jensen, Cabinda Gulf Oil Company Limited, a Chevron Corporation subsidiary; T. Kettler, F. Ozkan, Baylor University
  • 0940-1005 217721
    The Implementation of Safety-II: Learning from Normal Work in Practice
    T. Koester, Noble Drilling A/S
  • Alternate 217941
    Addressing The Energy Trilemma: Offshore Drilling Rig Decarbonization
    F. Falck, Noble Drilling