Oklahoma City Regional Seminar Agenda 2015

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    Devon Energy Conference Center, 333 W Sheridan Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73102

    Day 1 – Regional Seminar Presentation (9 AM – 5 PM)

    Day 2 – Training (9 AM – 12:30 PM)


    2015 OSIsoft Regional Seminar: Devon   Energy Conference Center, October 1, 2015

    08:00 - 09:00 AM

                                                                                                     Registration, Breakfast and Product Pods       

    09:00 - 09:10 AM

    Welcome & Introduction


    SPEAKER: Van Cosby, Account Manager

    09:10 – 9:30  AM

    Transform Your World with Data


    ABSTRACT: People   with data will transform their world. With assets, machines and systems   becoming smarter   and delivering more data than ever, there are new   opportunities to advance your   understanding of operations. Understanding that empowers you to drive process, asset health, energy and quality improvements   across the organization. This session focuses on the business impact of data,   and how an infrastructure approach, with   the right capabilities, can help everyone from engineers to executives across the organization make impactful   decisions in real-time.


    SPEAKER: Christy Eisman,   Director, Oil & Gas Vertical North America

    09:30 – 10:10 AM

    Transform Data into Information


    ABSTRACT: Today, the PI System manages just under 1 billion data feeds   across the 17,000 sites worldwide. With such volumes of data spread   across the organization, the ultimate question   is, how can an individual or group of individuals tap into and use everything that   is available to them. Data on its own can be   difficult to understand, combine, and share unless it has context that   enables anyone in the organization to quickly comprehend, interpret and act on information. This session focuses on the best practices and   required capabilities for sharing, standardizing and consistently enriching data from business and   operations systems so that data is self-service and turned into actionable information at every level in   the organization.


    SPEAKER:  Brent Bregenzer, Field Service Engineer

    10:10 - 10:50 AM

    Transform Information into Intelligence


    ABSTRACT:   More and more companies are turning to big data engines to   gain new insights into sensor based data, assets,   processes and business systems for novel operational insights. The reality is   that there is a hybrid world of local data and enterprise big data analytics   and visualization required to support operations: local data for immediate and localized systems and   operations, and big data for longer term and cross enterprise analysis to   uncover correlations, trends, and patterns that may not be obvious at the   time. This session explores best practices for data analytics and   visualization, the latest visualization and analytics tools in the PI System, and new opportunities to leverage your PI Data for Big Data initiatives within the   organization.


    SPEAKER: Dan Lopez, Systems   Engineer


    Dan   Lopez is a member of OSIsoft’s Systems Engineering team, a group that does   more highly tailored, in-depth, or advanced PI System installations.    He’s been involved with the OSIsoft and Esri Integration since its very   beginning, and has worked on and advised projects that have monitored data   sources like cities, seafaring vessels, pickup trucks, and even people.


    10:50 - 11:30 AM

    Networking   Break / Demonstrations & Product Pods       

    11:30 - 12:00 PM

    DrillingNOW   and Other Analytical Tools Developed with the PI System - Devon


    ABSTRACT: Two years ago, Devon Energy created the WellCon Toolbox to support WellCon Decision Support Center.  This presentation will provide an overview of the WellCon Toolbox, which uses the PI System and  MATLAB.  The WellCon Toolbox provides Drilling Engineers several analysis tools that can be used in real-time to forecast future bit positions, provide insight on current drilling conditions and compare drilling parameters from wells currently drilling to wells previously drilled.  This presentation will also provide an overview of DrillingNow, an internally created tool that increases situational awareness of drilling activities across the company, enhancing an internal culture of transparency and accountability.


    SPEAKER: Ali Charlton and Garrett Robberson

    12:00 - 12:30 PM

    Engine Burn Time Analysis for Environmental Compliance - Williams


    ABSTRACT: Williams implemented a new plan in 2013 to better monitor combustion quality, which will meet and satisfy compliance requirements for emissions and help protect the environment.  Leveraging the real-time data streaming capabilities of the PI System, Williams was able to gather operational insights on the performance of its natural gas compressor engines, power cylinder burn time statistics, and deviations.  PI Notifications were also set up to alert analysts when an engine operated outside of its specified thresholds.  Additionally, daily emails are now sent out to keep key stakeholders within Williams informing crucial operations data. This has allowed Williams to be environmentally compliant and pass their NYDEC inspections.  This presentation will describe in detail how Williams accomplished these successes, in hope that their innovations can inspire other organizations to gain similar benefits.


    SPEAKER: Mark Nealis, Manager, Asset Performance & Benchmarking

    12:30 - 2:00 PM

    Networking Lunch / Demonstrations   & Product Pods       

    2:00 - 2:30  PM

    Devon   ESP Lifecycle Tools: Focus on Real-time Analysis - Devon


    ABSTRACT: Devon Energy has over 700 wells across its business units outfitted with electric submersible pumps (ESPs).  ESPs, a form of artificial lift, are subjected to enormous physical stresses, especially in unconventional plays.  When ESPs fail, the combined costs for workover, replacement, and deferred production are large.  The Devon ESP Analysis Tool helps engineers and operators identify ESPs performing outside of manufacturer’s specifications in real-time, improving the chances of correction before a failure occurs. Also, by providing downtime and production statistics, underperforming wells are identified for remediation.  The PI System provides the real-time and hierarchal backbone with the PI Servers and PI Asset Framework.  This presentation will outline the problem and opportunity, as well as discuss the architecture and implementation of the Devon ESP Analysis Tool.


    SPEAKER: Tom Marks & Derek Rush; IT Productions DSCs and RTD

    2:30 - 3:00  PM

    Internet   of Things – Microsoft


    ABSTRACT: Today the Internet of Things (IoT) is offering new opportunities to transform businesses. Low cost sensors connected directly to low cost hardware and the cloud for advanced analytics provides new opportunities to gather impactful data. Data that can be leveraged for advanced analytics and operational insights to drive business transformations.


    SPEAKER: Dave Lassiter, Platform Sales Director

    3:00 – 3:30  PM

    Wrap Up & Closing


    SPEAKER: Van Cosby, Account   Manager

    3:30 - 5:00  PM

    Networking Reception   & Product Pods       





    Devon Energy Conference Center, 333 W Sheridan Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73102


    Day 1 – Regional Seminar Presentation (9 AM – 5 PM)


    Day 2 – Training (9 AM – 12:30 PM)




    2015 OSIsoft Regional Seminar: Training   Day, October 2, 2015

    08:00 - 09:00 AM

    Registration & Breakfast       

    09:00 - 12:00 PM

    Cooking with   the PI System – Training with Asset Framework


    DESCRIPTION:   Have you ever wondered, How do I do Overall Equipment Efficiency   with the PI System? How other PI System users are doing Condition-based   Maintenance? Track power usage in your critical facilities? Downtime   analysis? Now you can see how it's done. In this session, we focus on the   recently released PI Asset Based Cookbook. The Cookbook is a collection of   “recipes” for projects that our customers have proven valuable in their   environment. Each recipe is organized into ingredients (what PI System   features you need), Steps (how to accomplish the task), and Serving   Suggestions (how do I display my results).


    INSTRUCTOR: Chuck Thompson   & Rory Byrne-Dugan, Field Service Engineers

    12:00 – 12:30  PM

    Closing & Lunch