Sand Control And Management Asia 2012
WhenFeb 28, 2012 08:00 AM to
Feb 29, 2012 06:00 PM
Arc Media Global is delighted to present a full suite of globally tested-and-tried sand prediction, control and management strategies for your oil & gas field.
Sand production is a phenomenon of solid particles, produced together with reservoir fluids under certain conditions. As a completion engineer or sanding career person, you need to know the conditions under which a well will produce sand. But this is not always straightforward.
Since the 1930s, sand production has constantly arisen as a major problem in some if not most of the reservoirs being handled. A lot of technologies have been developed since then, but new sand controls models are still continuously being developed, gravel packing methods being revised and well completion techniques being remodeled.
“Sand production has plagued producers for decades. And for decades many have been satisfied to treat symptoms instead of seeking the cure. A sand solution exists, if we only look for it.”
- World Oil
Attend SAND CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT ASIA 2012, the specialist conference in sand prediction, control and management, offering you JUST the platform to address the sanding issues you experience in your reservoir.
This year’s conference agenda is shaped by considering 4 critical factors:
- Stage of the sand production
- Cause of sanding
- Type of sand control completions
- Type of hydrocarbon-bearing environments
Generate business and thought leadership from Asia’s growing markets in completions, well workover, sand control and management technologies.
Register today in one of these 4 easy ways and save 33% for 3 delegates!
Call: +65 6844 2080
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KEYWORDS: Oil, Gas, Sand, Sand Production, Sand Control, Sand prediction, Causes of Sanding, Reservoir, Production Costs, Management technologies, Sanding solution bank, Hydrocarbon bearing environments, High pressure environments, Meters, Gravel Packing, Heavy Oil, Clean Up, Horizontal Wells, Well workover, Fracture Injection, Geomechanic Engineering, Completion Engineering, Production Engineering, Gravel Packing Methods, Well completion Techniques