Offshore Well Intervention Conference, Gulf of Mexico

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Oct 14, 2014 08:00 AM to
Oct 15, 2014 06:00 PM


Conference Objective
Develop A Cost Effective Offshore Well Intervention Plan That Avoids Expensive Overruns And Maximizes Your Project Certainty, Well Stock Value and Recovery Rates

Conference Context
With an aging subsea well stock, shelf assets demanding better recovery and the necessity to access deepwater wells, offshore well intervention is becoming a vital element of increasing GoM production. However, key intervention planning and process challenges crucially need to be addressed in order to avoid project overruns and increase project certainty.

Conference Content

  • Project Execution: Take away best practice from key downhole, deepwater, RLWI and coiled tubing case studies that demonstrate how you can slash intervention costs and raise the Net Present Value of the well
  • Program Planning: Build a robust intervention plan that mitigates critical risks by utilizing lessons learned and new approaches that ensure efficient delivery on your next well campaign
  • Intervention Market Analysis: Access critical intervention market drivers to build a complete GoM market forecast to aid your business planning from 2015 and beyond
  • Workforce Development: Highlight vital intervention skill shortages and develop a complete workforce program that will drive subsea, deepwater and downhole efficiencies across your future well projects
  • Industry Recommendations and Practices: Review emerging recommended processes and industry best practice to assess the impact they will have on your intervention efficiency and safety

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