Offshore Digital Services Report: Well Integrity and Production Optimization

発行 Upstream Intelligence 商品コード 339663
出版日 ページ情報 英文 52 Pages, 10 Figures
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海洋油田デジタルサービス調査:油井保全と生産最適化 Offshore Digital Services Report: Well Integrity and Production Optimization
出版日: 2015年10月02日 ページ情報: 英文 52 Pages, 10 Figures




第1章 石油の低価格環境におけるビジネス促進要因

  • 生産優先順位および課題
  • 優先順位に対する石油価格の影響
  • デジタルサービス導入に対する障壁
  • オペレーター側の視点
  • 油井健全性管理
  • 油井健全性管理プログラム
  • SURF IM Networkのプログラム
  • 油井健全性基準
  • 資産保全の安全性

第2章 新興市場

  • ブラジル: 深海底岩塩層下油田見通し
  • デジタルソリューションの市場機会
  • メキシコ: メキシコ湾岸のニューフロンティア
  • デジタルソリューションの市場機会
  • 東アフリカ: LNG輸出のフロンティア
  • モザンビークとタンザニア
  • デジタルソリューションの市場機会
  • 世界の深海底油田: 将来の成長を担う重点事項
  • デジタルソリューションの市場機会
  • 北極地域: ニューフロンティアの探査活動
  • リスクの軽減
  • 石油に関する活動と法規制
  • 環境上の課題
  • デジタルソリューションの市場機会

第3章 市場構造および競争環境

  • 油田サービス企業
  • 機器製造企業
  • EPC (エンジニアリング、購買、およびコミッショニング)請負企業
  • プロセス制御/オートメーション
  • システムインテグレータ
  • ITベンダー
  • 専門コンサルタント
  • 市場への新規参入企業
  • 新たな企業提携および協業による研究開発業務

第4章 掘削から学んだ教訓

  • Data-as-a-service (サービスとしてのデータ)
  • 予測アナリティクスと新たな分析パラダイム
  • 基準の数が多すぎるケース

第5章 プロジェクト実例履歴

  • ShellのSmart Fieldプログラム
  • ShellのPerdido: メキシコ湾における最初のSmart Field
  • Statoilの統合オペレーション
  • The Shohvit Field: 北極圏での石油生産の将来
  • Statoilの海底ファクトリー
  • Chevronのi-fieldプログラム
  • ChevronのAbgami油田
  • BPの未来のDigital Oil Field: Angola深海底油田

第6章 デジタルベンダーにとってのIT上の課題と市場機会

  • 統合プラットフォーム: デジタル油田ITスタック
  • 油田運営およびプロセス制御ネットワーク
  • ファーストマイルコネクティビティ: 世界的企業とサプライチェーンのネットワーク
  • リアルタイム生産監視および信頼性監視
  • データの土台固め
  • 統合上の枠組み
  • データアクセスポータル(検索、プレゼン、およびレポート)
  • 地学的および石油技術的応用環境
  • 協業プラットフォームおよび決定環境
  • アナリティクス・プラットフォーム(モデル化、シミュレーション、および最適化)
  • データ収集
  • データ処理
  • データアナリティクス
  • データの可視化
  • ビッグデータアナリティクスと石油・ガス業界との出会い
  • 高度アナリティクス
  • 石油価格低下の影響

Today's offshore operators want to move beyond the current situation of spreadsheets and limited business reports to gain a richer, more customized perspective of operations and build a more data-driven culture. With the significant growth of data volumes in field operations and the greater variety of data now available, engineers, operations and maintenance staff and operations management, want to explore more data and discover new insights that they can apply to improve field performance. Current low oil prices dictate that the old way of doing business is increasingly no longer good enough.

There is a significant change in the way engineers and operators want to work with data and with new analytics tools. Rather than depend on traditional reports and control panel alerts, they want to ask questions, explore patterns and connections, and try different views and approaches. They need to know more than just the current status; they want to know what is going to happen in the future and predict that outcome. Every organization needs to use their data to be more analytical in their approach to compete effectively. To compete and survive in today's environment, companies need to apply digital solutions, new technology and methods to enable their workforce to analyze data effectively without adding burden and costs on IT departments.

This research report will look at the offshore production market and assess where the industry is regarding their Digital Oilfield/Integrated Operations investments and where the opportunities and challenges lie in the current low oil price environment.

The main topics and questions this report will address are:

  • How offshore digital systems can be utilized to meet operators' challenges in offshore areas with a focus on well integrity, intervention and production optimization.
  • The identification of other offshore applications that could benefit from digital technology.
  • Production challenges and what operators value in the current price environment.
  • Case histories of successful projects, what wasdelivered, what the benefits were, and how they were delivered.
  • Lessons learned from offshore drilling solutions.
  • How to approach problems and present solutions in ways clients' target market (operators and major contractors) will understand and value.
  • Key international markets for offshore digital technology.
  • The competitive environment for digital technologies and emerging solutions and new entrants into the market.
  • IT challenges and opportunities across data services, including collection, processing, analytics, visualization.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary


Chapter 1: Business drivers inlow oil price environment

  • Production priorities and challenges
  • Impact of oil prices on priorities
  • Impact of digital technologies on operations
  • The barriers to adoption of digital services
  • An operator perspective
  • Well integrity management
  • Well integrity management program
  • The SURF IM Network program
  • Integrity standards
  • Asset integrity safety

Chapter 2: Emerging markets

  • Brazil: Deepwater subsalt prospects
  • Opportunity for digital solutions
  • Mexico:new frontier for the Gulf
  • Opportunity for digital solutions
  • East Africa: An LNG export frontier
  • Mozambique and Tanzania
  • Opportunity for digital solutions
  • Global deep water: Major focus for future growth
  • Opportunity for digital solutions
  • The Arctic: The exploration ofnew frontier
  • Risk mitigation
  • Petroleum activities and regulations
  • Environmental challenges
  • Opportunity for digital solutions

Chapter 3: Market structure and competitive environment

  • Oil field service companies
  • Equipment manufacturers
  • EPC contractors (engineering, procurement and commissioning)
  • Process control/Automation
  • System integrators
  • IT vendors
  • Specialised consultants
  • New entrants into the market
  • New alliances and collaborative R&D efforts

Chapter 4: Lessons from drilling

  • Data-as-a-service
  • Predictive analytics andnew analysis paradigm: Manage by Exception
  • The case of too many standards

Chapter 5: Project case histories

  • Shell's Smart Field program
  • Shell's Perdido: Gulf of Mexico's first Smart Field
  • Statoil's Integrated Operations
  • The Snohvit Field: The future of Arctic production
  • Statoil subsea factory
  • Chevron's i-field program
  • Chevron's Agbami field
  • BP's Digital Oil Field of the future: Deep water Angola

Chapter 6: IT challenges and opportunities for digital vendors

  • An integrated platform: The digital oilfield IT stack
  • Field instrumentation and process control network
  • First mile connectivity; global enterprise and supply chain network
  • Real-time production and reliability surveillance
  • Data foundation
  • Integration framework
  • Data access portal (search, presentation, and reporting)
  • Geoscience and petro-technical applications environment
  • Collaboration platform and decision environments
  • Analytics platform (modelling, simulation, and optimization)
  • Data collection
  • Data processing
  • Data analytics
  • Data visualization
  • Big Data analytics meets oil and gas
  • Advanced analytics
  • The impact of lower oil prices


List of Figures

  • Figure 1: Brazilian oil fields
  • Figure 2: Brazil's production profile to 2030
  • Figure 3: Mexico petroleum and other liquids production (2010-40)
  • Figure 4: Natural gas discoveries, offshore Mozambique
  • Figure 5: Conceptual design for Shell's Appomattox development, Gulf of Mexico
  • Figure 6: The Arctic Circle,new oil and gas province
  • Figure 7: MURA Guiding Principles
  • Figure 8: Shell's Bridge offshore support center, New Orleans, LA
  • Figure 9: Melkoya LNG terminal for Snohvit Field
  • Figure 10: PSVM Field development concept
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