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Summits Program Template Day One – Tuesday September 9th

5:30 – 6:00pm Outdoor Poolside

Welcome from the MOC - Introduction to the Event 6:00 – 7:00pm

Outdoor Poolside

Welcome Drinks Reception 7:00 – 9:30pm

Grand Ballroom AB

Welcome Gala Dinner

Keynote: Marc Otherson – CISO, Hess Corp

Day Two – Wednesday September 10th

7:00 – 8:00am Grand Ballroom AB

Breakfast and Registration

8:00 – 8:40am Grand Ballroom AB

Breakfast Keynote

Smarter Analytics for Informed Operations in the Oil & Gas Industry Speaker: Jerry Kurtz, VP & Partner; Strategy & Analytics, IBM

Panellists: Linda McDowall; Ph.D ,Partner , Chemicals & Petroleum, IBM Omer Khan, Partner; C&P IBM

200 word synopsis

Oil and gas companies are collecting oceans of data from their sensors, instruments, assets, environments, markets and people. This is big data and it comes with big opportunities and challenges. Many companies have difficulty simply getting their arms around their massive data assets, with some critical resources spending most of their day just trying to tame it into a usable form, taking more time in making sense of the data versus making speedy and accurate decisions. Others are making headway in building new insights but know they aren’t doing it as effectively or efficiently as they could. At the same time, new analytic tools and technologies are advancing faster than most can keep up with. The dilemma with most oil and gas

intelligence operations isn’t a lack of new analytic options to pursue, but rather knowing which new techniques will truly pay off in terms of more production and reserves, more uptime and more profits Key takeaways:

1. 2. 3. 8:45 – 10:15am

Track A: Sam Houston Track B: Mobility Track C: Big Data/ Analytics

Roundtable 1: Split-Streams Track A: IT & Security Optimization Marc Othersen – CISO, Hess Corp Track B: Mobility

Richard Johnston - Global Manager, Hosted Solutions, Schlumberger Track C: Big Data / Analytics

Moderators: Chris Niven, Research Director, IIDC Jerry Kurtz, VP & Partner; Strategy & Analytics, IBM

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10:20 – 11:00am Workshop: Grand Ballroom E

1:1 Meeting Room: Grand Ballroom DC

Meeting 1 Workshop 1 – Magnum Forge

Title: Avoiding DisERPointment: Stimulating your ERP to produce the value you expect Leader: Russell Corl- CEO, Managing Partner, Magnum Forge

In this workshop, we will examine the most common disappointments E&P companies experience with ERP systems and discuss how to address them to improve user satisfaction. Key takeaways:

1) Key areas where ERP systems frequently fail to deliver value as expected for E&P companies

2) Causes of dissatisfaction with ERP installation results

3) Suggestions and examples of ways to address the underperformance specific to E&P 11:05 – 11:45am

Workshop: Grand Ballroom E

1:1 Meeting Room: Grand Ballroom DC

Meeting 2 Workshop 2 Delegate Panel

Title - How to Lead the Charge for needed ERP Change in your Organization and get Executive Support

Leader: Patrick Seals – VP, CIO IT Services – Linn Energy Panellists: Mike Joplin - Director IT - Oasis Petroleum Joy Hammons – IT Director of Business Analysis – Devon Jamie Cutler – CIO – QEP Resources

In your capacity CIO and the key system strategist understanding when it’s time to

contemplate hi-grading the ERP and data management capabilities and efficiencies should be a core job requirement. And why not? In your role you have the luxury of not only knowing the client facing challenges but all those unseen things on the backside (integrity, speed, support, sustainability, governance). You start to talk about “maybe we should look at doing this” which is met with “that will totally disrupt business and tie up key resources”. Your

responsibility is to help build the roadmap and support for initiating those steps to deploying new technology and processes that will radically improve decision making, data governance, performance, employee and customer experiences, scalability and profitability over the long term.

But how do you do this in a way that doesn’t come across as another “IT” directive? How do you gain and build buy in by using your clients, not IT, as the driving force to openly and objectively look at what “could be” versus what current state is. How do you win support for radical long term change when what you currently have “seems to be getting the job done?” Our panelist have either been there or getting ready to go there and we hope you walk away from a few tools a strategies to help on your journey to the “what could be”.

11:50am – 12:30pm Workshop: Grand Ballroom E

1:1 Meeting Room: Grand Ballroom DC

Meeting 3 Workshop 3 - TATA

Title: Knowledge Sharing with the Next Generation Workforce

Leader: Tom Franklin- Director, Upstream Oil & Gas Center of Excellence, TCS

The Oil & Gas Workforce is growing smaller, more technical and less experienced due to the demands of a rapidly changing industry and large demographic shifts that are taking place able to work effectively and efficiently, the Oil & Gas work force must be highly connected and be able to engage and collaborate effectively on critical issues on a global scale bringing all of its talent to bear anytime and anywhere. currently. To be

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As an IT industry leader and the pioneer of the Global Network Delivery ModelTM, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) itself has grappled with similar challenges of a young, global work force that must leverage its most experienced staff to the maximum. TCS has been a leader in knowledge sharing and management for a long time starting with its own internal Knowmax knowledge sharing platform and extending into its current Knowme social media environment connecting over 300,000 associates around the world. In this workshop TCS will share lessons learnt from its own KM systems and will showcase a prototype of this technology developed specifically for solving complex problems in the Oil and Gas industry.

12:30 – 1:30pm Grand Ballroom AB

Lunch & Networking 1:30 – 2:10pm

Workshop: Grand Ballroom E

1:1 Meeting Room: Grand Ballroom DC

Meeting 4 Workshop 4 – Retriever Communications

Title: The Myths and Must Haves of Enterprise Mobility Leader: Mary Brittain-White- CEO, Retriever Communications

With no dominant market leaders in enterprise mobility, and with traditional IT vendors failing in this new paradigm, CIO's will have to evaluate their own direction. This issue is amplified by the expectation from executive management that mobile projects can be fully deployed as three month projects.

So what are the important elements for successful enterprise mobility?

Should CIO's be targeting for a consumer experience? Should mobile Apps be a no-training zone? What of the normal IT pre-requisites of Scale, Security and Integration?

Key takeaways:

1. Current market status drawing on the key mobility analyst research 2. Methodology for prioritizing mobile projects

3. Key must haves for successful projects 2:15 – 2:55pm

Workshop: Grand Ballroom E

1:1 Meeting Room: Grand Ballroom DC

Meeting 5 Workshop 5 – Delegate

Title Cloudy with a Chance of Data Leakage: Implications of the Expanding Use of Cloud in O&G and their Impact on Security Posture Management and Data Governance

Leader: Paul Brager, Supervisor, Security Architecture, Risk Assessment and Cyber Threat Intel Information Security Governance, Risk and Compliance; Marthon Oil

The supposition by organizations that their cloud use is limited is ill-guided. While the organization may not have formally adopted a cloud strategy, their users have - and

unfortunately the organization's data is being subjected to unvetted, and often insecure cloud solutions, which can reputational, competitive advantage, and legal implications if subject to data breach. The diversity of needs and data in O&G - from the admin to the engineer - has made the necessity for cloud for collaboration with partners external to the organization more aggressive - and security professionals within O&G are playing catch up.

Key takeaways:

1. Realization that the user community is leveraging cloud solutions, whether security and IT have adopted a formal strategy for not.

2. The business has an expectation that we as security professionals have accounted for the risks associated with cloud and data governance - so we need to get in front of this as opposed to lagging behind it.

3. Data governance, with a security strategy that is indicative of the business' tolerance for risk, may stem the leakage of data, but to expect no data to leak is unrealistic, and as security professionals we should be prepared to deal with the implications of such leaks.

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3:00 – 3:40pm Workshop: Grand Ballroom E

1:1 Meeting Room: Grand Ballroom DC

Meeting 6 Workshop 6 – Delegate -

Title Aligning Business Objectives with technology to drive superior performance through collaboration and real time data analysis

Leader: Michael Enright, IT Director, Triangle Petroleum Key takeaways:

• Building consensus through focused requirements

• Building a targeted Data Warehouse and BI around the business needs • Leveraging technology for real-time data representation

• Be good at what you’re good at and let others be good at what they’re good at. • Leveraging the cloud to share the needed BI data

3:45 –5:15pm Track A: Sam Houston Track B: Mobility Track C: Big Data/ Analytics

Roundtable 2: Split-Streams Track A: IT & Security Optimization Marc Otherson – CISO, Hess Corp Track B: Mobility

Richard Johnston - Global Manager, Hosted Solutions, Schlumberger Track C: Big Data / Analytics

Moderators: Chris Niven, Research Director, IIDC Jerry Kurtz, VP & Partner; Strategy & Analytics, IBM

Linda McDowall; Ph.D ,Partner , Chemicals & Petroleum, IBM 7:00 – 8:00pm Outdoor Poolside Cocktail Reception 8:00 – 10:00 pm La Joya Ballroom Dinner

Day Three – Thursday September 11th

7:00 – 8:00am Grand Ballroom AB Breakfast 8:00 – 8:40am Grand Ballroom AB Breakfast Keynote

Title Making better decisions by leveraging the power of big data and cloud computing Speaker: David Seabrook, SIS VP North America at Schlumberger

Key takeaways: The new enterprise architecture is all about leveraging real-time data, domain data and operational data (including ERP) to make better decisions using the tools of today and the future. Big data warehouses will help our customers better analyze the data and gain never-before insight into their own operations and also unlock new efficient workflows.

How can you leverage the efficiency of the cloud technologies to make better decisions? Schlumberger’s Arun Narayanan will elaborate on how the key cloud & big data workflows add value to the decision making process and at the same time reduces the total cost of ownership of software and tools for the company. He will share varied examples of simple improvement in efficiencies, to those of step-change in productivity in well-site operations, or management-by-exception workflows.

This session is designed as an opportunity for you to interact and share your critical priorities and to give you specific, tangible processes that can assist you with understanding & deploying big data and cloud computing solutions.

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Key TakeAways:

1. Learn how cloud computing, mobility and big-data analytics are related.

2. Provide a roadmap for your business leaders to move along the analytics maturity chain

3. The technology and business landscape of big data that will define the next phase of the oil and gas industry – a truly digital oilfield.

8:45 – 10:15am Track A: Sam Houston Track B: Mobility Track C: Big Data/ Analytics

Roundtable 3: Split-Streams Track A: IT & Security Optimization Marc Otherson – CISO, Hess Corp Track B: Mobility

Richard Johnston - Global Manager, Hosted Solutions, Schlumberger Track C: Big Data / Analytics

Moderators: Chris Niven, Research Director, IIDC Jerry Kurtz, VP & Partner; Strategy & Analytics, IBM

Linda McDowall; Ph.D ,Partner , Chemicals & Petroleum, IBM 10:20 – 11:00am

Workshop: Grand Ballroom E

1:1 Meeting Room: Grand Ballroom DC

Session 7 Workshop 7 – Delegate -

Title CISO Flashback – Do’s and Dont’s

Leader: Catharina “Dd” Budiharto, IT Security Director, Enable Midstream Partners

Synopsis-If you had a clean slate to build a security program from the ground up, based on you know now about then, what would you not repeat? What would you continue?

11:05 – 11:45am Workshop: Grand Ballroom E 1:1 Meeting Room: Grand Ballroom DC Meeting 8 Workshop 8 –

Title – NIST Cyber Security Framework (CSF)

Leader: Aric Getman, Manger Information Security Risk & Compliance, Southwestern Energy Synopsis

The cyber threat to the United States critical infrastructure continues to grow and is one of our most serious national security challenges. On February 12, 2014 the Commerce Department's National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released a Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity to help critical infrastructure organizations better protect their information and physical assets from cyber attacks. This presentation will provide information on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework.

Key takeaways:

1. Benefit/Reason for Implementing

2. Understanding of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework Five Core Functions

Four Tiers 3. Implementation Steps 11:50am – 12:30pm Workshop: Grand Ballroom E 1:1 Meeting Room: Grand Ballroom DC

Meeting 9 Workshop 9 – Delegate

Title: How does Oil & Gas compare to other industries in their ability to fully leverage technology to deliver value.

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12:30 – 1:30pm Grand Ballroom AB

Lunch & Networking 1:30 – 2:10pm

Workshop: Grand Ballroom E

1:1 Meeting Room: Grand Ballroom DC

Meeting 10 Workshop 10 - IDC

Title: Big Data & Analytics in Upstream Oil and Gas Leader: Chris Niven- Research Director Oil & Gas, IDC

There is a lot of hype about Big Data & Analytics, but what does it mean for an oil and gas operator? IDC & IBM will co-facilitate an interactive meeting between oil and gas operators to explore the meaning of Big Data & Analytics, and how it's actually being applied in upstream oil and gas, and the expected results and value. We will conduct 4 sessions, over 2 days that you will interact with your peers and discuss each of your vision. The focus of the first 2 Roundtable sessions is to network with your peers, and exchange ideas about the challenges and opportunities involved with Big Data & Analytics in upstream oil and gas, and to capture the top 3 topics for exploring in greater detail. The final 2 Roundtable sessions will be devoted to addressing the top 3 topics and ask for volunteers that have such real world opportunities and challenges that the participants can jointly assess and recommend solutions. Results of each Solution topic will be documented and shared with each participant. The goal of this Workshop is for each participant to leave with a better understanding and how an operator might leverage Big Data & Analytics.

2:15 – 3:15pm Track A: Sam Houston Track B: Mobility Track C: Big Data/ Analytics

Closing Roundtable 4: Split-Streams Track A: IT & Security Optimization Marc Otherson – CISO, Hess Corp Track B: Mobility

Richard Johnston - Global Manager, Hosted Solutions, Schlumberger Track C: Big Data / Analytics

Moderators: Chris Niven, Research Director, IIDC Jerry Kurtz, VP & Partner; Strategy & Analytics, IBM

Linda McDowall; Ph.D ,Partner , Chemicals & Petroleum, IBM 3:20 – 4:20pm

Grand Ballroom E

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