The Technology Management Network holds two meetings during the year alternating between the US and Europe.

TMN Meeting History

No. Date Topic Host Guest Speakers
52 02-04/11/21 Maximising value from external collaborations, with focus on delivering New Energies goals Virtual Rice University
51 19-21/05/21 Bridging the gap between R&D and widespread technology implementation Virtual Deployment Matters
50 03-05/11/20 Leveraging and adopting new practices to accelerate/optimise pace of innovation Virtual CNES
49 07-08/05/20 Making the business case for environmentally impactful technology Virtual
48 13-14/11/19 Technology Strategy to Expand into New Businesses (e.g. Alternative energy, New asset classes, etc.) Wintershall DEA, Kassel OTM
47 09-10/05/19 Field Trial Design and Collaboration ConocoPhillips, Houston OTM
46 07-08/11/18 Managing the Uptake of Technology Equinor, Norway
45 03-04/05/18 R&D Centre Management, including R&D Project Valuation and KPIs Shell, Houston
44 08-09/11/17 Harnessing the Value of Digital Technology Eni, Milan Politecnico di Torino
43 04-05/05/17 Technology hubs:  how to manage innovation across continents and assets TOTAL, Houston Engie
42 03-04/11/16 Maximising value from 3rd party innovation OMV, Vienna OTM
41 05-06/05/16 Effective Technology Deployment Chevron, Houston Texas Institute of Science, OTM
40 07-08/05/15 Bridging the gap between R&D results and technology implementation Hess, Houston Hess, OTM
39 29-30/10/14 How can R&D impact the E&P industry cost challenge? Total, Paris IFP
38 08-09/05/14 Technology Governance BP, Houston OTM
37 29-30/01/14 Optimising Technology Relationships with Suppliers OTM, Aberdeen Energy Venutures, GE Oil & Gas, Zilift
36 09-10/05/13 Field Trials and Technology Deployment ConocoPhillips, Houston ConocoPhillips, OTM
35 03-04/10/12 Technology Project Valuation Eni, Milan Eni, OTM
34 03-04/05/12 NOCs, IOCs, and Technology Collaboration Chevron, Houston Chevron, Rice Universtiy, OTM
33 03-04/10/11 a) “Defining business technology needs” b) “Brazilian R&D levy funds – opportunities for collaboration” Petrobras, Rio ANP, UFRJ, USP, UNICAMP, OTM
32 05-06/05/11 Technology development: collaborate or compete? Marathon, Houston Texas A&M University, OTM
31 02-03/12/10 Technology Commercialisation, including the Role of Collaboration Shell, Rijswijk Lime Rock Partners, OTM
30 06-07/05/10 Creating business pull for technology Chevron, Houston GE Oil & Gas
29 03-04/12/09 Technology Value Analysis and Business Cases Statoil, Stavanger DEMO 2000, OTM
28 04/06/2009 Managing Cost Pressure through Innovation BP, Aberdeen
27 06-07/11/08 Technology transfer and knowledge management Total, Paris Technip
26 13-14/03/08 Strategies for technology collaboration with other oil companies BP, Sunbury BP Research Institute
25 20-21/09/07 Long-term technology strategy planning Hydro, Bergen Statkraft
24 15-16/03/07 Technology Cooperation with 3rd parties OMV, Vienna Vienna University of Technology
23 21-22/09/06 Technology value analysis/ business case definition Statoil, Trondheim EMGS
22 04-05/05/06 Strategies for technology field trials / demonstrations ConocoPhillips, Houston ConocoPhillips
21 13-14/10/05 Innovation stimulation and delivery in the future Shell, Rijswijk Oxford University
20 27/01/2005 R&D Portfolio Optimisation BG, Reading Rolls Royce, Schlumberger
19 07-08/10/04 IP (intellectual property) strategies ENI, Milan Saipem, STMicroelectronics
18 27-28/05/04 Technology resourcing Chevron, Aberdeen Qinetiq, Woodside
17 05-06/02/04 Technology marketing Petro-Canada, London Imperial College London
16 19-10/10/03 Performance improvement including performance measurement/kpis BP, Sunbury Shell
15 22-23/05/03 Knowledge management Norsk Hydro, Porsgrunn Hydro Aluminium, ChevronTexaco
14 30-31/01/03 Accelerating the uptake of technology Shell, Rijswijk Heerema, Petrobras
13 10-11/10/02 Optimising Links with Universities and Research Institutes Statoil, Trondheim NTNU, Sintef
12 23-24/5/02 Optimising Internal Organisation and Human Resources for New Technology OMV, Vienna EFS
11 31/01/02 – 01/02/02 Optimising Supplier Relationships for New Technology BG, Reading Schlumberger, OTM
10 04-05/10/01 How to Promote and Manage Radical New Technology ENI Agip, Milan Saipem, Fiat
9 31/05/01 – 01/06/01 Globalisation of Technology Development Norske Conoco, Stavanger Halliburton, INTSOK
8 30/11/2000 Increasing the Take-up of Technology TFE, Pau Coflexip Stena Offshore
7 14/09/2000 Technology Knowledge Management BP, London Granherne
6 06/06/2000 The Acquisition of Technology Norsk Hydro, Bergen
5 15/03/2000 The Value of Technology Shell, London Borealis Group
4 08/09/1999 The Profitable Application of Technology Mobil, Banff Anglian Water
3 11/05/1999 Technology Strategy Saga, Sandvika Kvaerner, UK DTI
2 02/02/1999 Selection of Technology Solutions to Meet Prioritised Needs Elf, London Glaxo, Cambridge University
1 15/10/1998 Technology Needs Identification Conoco, Aberdeen BNFL