No.DateTopicHostGuest Speakers
5713-14/05/24Agile portfolio management and fast failingExxonMobil, Houston
5629-30-11/23Maximising value from external ecosystemsEni, RomeRome Technopole Foundation
5504-05/05/23Disruptive innovation – role & execution as large companiesWoodside, HoustonHouston Methodist
5403-04/11/22Futureproofing: using the external landscape to drive internal decisionsEquinor, Oslo
5305-06/05/22KPI’s, processes and governance: comparing and contrasting how these activities are performed for traditional oil and gas projects, new energy projects and digital projectsHess, HoustonU.S. Department of Energy (ARPA)
5202-04/11/21Maximising value from external collaborations, with focus on delivering New Energies goalsVirtualRice University
5202-04/11/21Maximising value from external collaborations, with focus on delivering New Energies goalsVirtualRice University
5119-21/05/21Bridging the gap between R&D and widespread technology implementationVirtualDeployment Matters
5003-05/11/20Leveraging and adopting new practices to accelerate/optimise pace of innovationVirtualCNES
4907-08/05/20Making the business case for environmentally impactful technologyVirtual
4813-14/11/19Technology Strategy to Expand into New Businesses (e.g. Alternative energy, New asset classes, etc.)Wintershall DEA, KasselOTM
4709-10/05/19Field Trial Design and CollaborationConocoPhillips, HoustonOTM
4607-08/11/18Managing the Uptake of TechnologyEquinor, Norway
4503-04/05/18R&D Centre Management, including R&D Project Valuation and KPIsShell, Houston
4408-09/11/17Harnessing the Value of Digital TechnologyEni, MilanPolitecnico di Torino
4304-05/05/17Technology hubs:  how to manage innovation across continents and assetsTOTAL, HoustonEngie
4203-04/11/16Maximising value from 3rd party innovationOMV, ViennaOTM
4105-06/05/16Effective Technology DeploymentChevron, HoustonTexas Institute of Science, OTM
4007-08/05/15Bridging the gap between R&D results and technology implementationHess, HoustonHess, OTM
3929-30/10/14How can R&D impact the E&P industry cost challenge?Total, ParisIFP
3808-09/05/14Technology GovernanceBP, HoustonOTM
3729-30/01/14Optimising Technology Relationships with SuppliersOTM, AberdeenEnergy Venutures, GE Oil & Gas, Zilift
3609-10/05/13Field Trials and Technology DeploymentConocoPhillips, HoustonConocoPhillips, OTM
3503-04/10/12Technology Project ValuationEni, MilanEni, OTM
3403-04/05/12NOCs, IOCs, and Technology CollaborationChevron, HoustonChevron, Rice Universtiy, OTM
3303-04/10/11a) “Defining business technology needs” b) “Brazilian R&D levy funds – opportunities for collaboration”Petrobras, RioANP, UFRJ, USP, UNICAMP, OTM
3205-06/05/11Technology development: collaborate or compete?Marathon, HoustonTexas A&M University, OTM
3102-03/12/10Technology Commercialisation, including the Role of CollaborationShell, RijswijkLime Rock Partners, OTM
3006-07/05/10Creating business pull for technologyChevron, HoustonGE Oil & Gas
2903-04/12/09Technology Value Analysis and Business CasesStatoil, StavangerDEMO 2000, OTM
2804/06/2009Managing Cost Pressure through InnovationBP, Aberdeen
2706-07/11/08Technology transfer and knowledge managementTotal, ParisTechnip
2613-14/03/08Strategies for technology collaboration with other oil companiesBP, SunburyBP Research Institute
2520-21/09/07Long-term technology strategy planningHydro, BergenStatkraft
2415-16/03/07Technology Cooperation with 3rd partiesOMV, ViennaVienna University of Technology
2321-22/09/06Technology value analysis/ business case definitionStatoil, TrondheimEMGS
2204-05/05/06Strategies for technology field trials / demonstrationsConocoPhillips, HoustonConocoPhillips
2113-14/10/05Innovation stimulation and delivery in the futureShell, RijswijkOxford University
2027/01/2005R&D Portfolio OptimisationBG, ReadingRolls Royce, Schlumberger
1907-08/10/04IP (intellectual property) strategiesENI, MilanSaipem, STMicroelectronics
1827-28/05/04Technology resourcingChevron, AberdeenQinetiq, Woodside
1705-06/02/04Technology marketingPetro-Canada, LondonImperial College London
1619-10/10/03Performance improvement including performance measurement/kpisBP, SunburyShell
1522-23/05/03Knowledge managementNorsk Hydro, PorsgrunnHydro Aluminium, ChevronTexaco
1430-31/01/03Accelerating the uptake of technologyShell, RijswijkHeerema, Petrobras
1310-11/10/02Optimising Links with Universities and Research InstitutesStatoil, TrondheimNTNU, Sintef
1223-24/5/02Optimising Internal Organisation and Human Resources for New TechnologyOMV, ViennaEFS
1131/01/02 – 01/02/02Optimising Supplier Relationships for New TechnologyBG, ReadingSchlumberger, OTM
1004-05/10/01How to Promote and Manage Radical New TechnologyENI Agip, MilanSaipem, Fiat
931/05/01 – 01/06/01Globalisation of Technology DevelopmentNorske Conoco, StavangerHalliburton, INTSOK
830/11/2000Increasing the Take-up of TechnologyTFE, PauCoflexip Stena Offshore
714/09/2000Technology Knowledge ManagementBP, LondonGranherne
606/06/2000The Acquisition of TechnologyNorsk Hydro, Bergen
515/03/2000The Value of TechnologyShell, LondonBorealis Group
408/09/1999The Profitable Application of TechnologyMobil, BanffAnglian Water
311/05/1999Technology StrategySaga, SandvikaKvaerner, UK DTI
202/02/1999Selection of Technology Solutions to Meet Prioritised NeedsElf, LondonGlaxo, Cambridge University
115/10/1998Technology Needs IdentificationConoco, AberdeenBNFL

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

TMN Meeting History