Offshore Well Intervention Conference, Europe

Offshore Well Intervention Conference, Europe
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Apr 15, 2014 09:00 AM to
Apr 16, 2014 06:20 PM


Conference Objective:

Develop An Offshore Intervention Strategy That Mitigates Risk And Drives Efficiency By Planning Around Best Practice And Lessons Learnt


Conference Context:

Well intervention projects are a top fiscal and operational priority for operators in the North Sea.  To borrow a well-used phrase, “the days of easy oil are over.”  Well intervention has become a critical feature of the future profitability of brownfield assets as operators seek to extend economic production for as long as possible.


Conference Content:

  • Well Intervention Market Update: Understand the critical market drivers for well intervention activity, gaining a forecast of scheduled work to enhance your business planning
  • Intervention Project Planning: Uncover the complex challenges associated with well intervention projects and utilise lessons learnt to plan safe and efficient operations
  • Managing Well Stock: Examine how continuous well monitoring and data analysis for well integrity programmes can enhance the success of future intervention projects
  • Regulatory and Guideline Developments: Receive updates on new approaches to platform intervention, vessel operations and post-Macondo developments to ensure compliance
  • Technology & Equipment: Utilize the latest technology developments to drive efficiencies and secure the best available tool box for your next well intervention programme


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Offshore Network

+44 (0)203 411 9937

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