2nd Annual Unconventional Production & Well Site Facilities Design, Onshore 2015

2nd Annual Unconventional Production & Well Site Facilities Design, Onshore 2015
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Sep 16, 2015 08:40 AM to
Sep 17, 2015 04:50 PM


The face of facilities development planning is dramatically changing as E&Ps evaluate what is critical to create a lean organization in a low margin business without sacrificing future opportunities.

With economics of facilities design and construction becoming increasingly scrutinized, facilities engineers face a wave of new challenges in the context of:maximizing capital efficiency without impacting lifecycle costs and EHS; optimizing schedule-driven project planning and construction to ensure field installation is executed on time and in budget, and; consolidating facilities and well pads through standardized processes and equipment which achieve better economies of scale.


Welcoming you back to North America's only congress dedicated purely to the facilities engineering discipline, Facilities VPs, Managers and Engineers from the likes of ChevronConocoPhillipsMarathon Oil and SandRidge Energy will compare never-before-seen practical case studies with one single mission in mind: To identify the most efficient and sustainable systems and processes to achieve higher operability, maintainability, reliability and safety with more visible cost control from design through to installation for:

Multi-Well Pad Facilities                  Central Processing Facilities            
Single Well Pad Facilities                Gathering Pipeline & Facilities
Compression Stations                     Power Generation Facilities
Water Treatment & Disposal           Vapor Recovery

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