The workshop programme will encompass 7 different technical sessions addressing where we are today, the current and future stimulation challenges, and introduce new and proven technologies that may have application in the North Sea and European region.
The intended outcome of this workshop is to clearly define what is known and unknown, and to identify the most pertinent and promising solutions which can be applied.
SPE workshops are tailored to current industry issues with the aim to enable your business to face any challenges equipped. This is your opportunity to connect, communicate and collaborate with like-minded industry experts and share best practices. Staged in an intimate setting, an SPE workshop is highly focused on technical content and provides attendees with an in-depth review in a short amount of time.
The participation of major and independent operating companies and service companies will allow a wide sharing of views, experiences, and opinions on how to proceed toward successfully meeting all well objectives.
Key Topics Include:
• Stimulation in Tight-Gas Sands
• Stimulation in Oil Fields
• Fracturing at Extremes
• Completion Optimisation for Stimulation
• Maximising Recovery
• Onshore Fracturing
• New Materials and Techniques
•By attending an SPE workshop, you can connect, communicate and collaborate with specialised EandP experts
•Staged in an intimate setting, an SPE workshop brings together EandP professionals with common roles, businesses or technology
challenges to collaborate and solve problems together
•This workshop is highly focused on stimulation practices and will provide attendees an in-depth review in a short amount of time. The
agenda includes research-based, field-tested industry topics so attendees relieve current and relevant technical knowledge
To register your place or find out more information, visit our website - http://go.spe.org/19amil-evvnt
SPE Member: EUR 1012.6,
Non-Member: EUR 1146.8
Josef Shaoul, Fenix Consulting Delft, Lars van Zelm, Total, Bogdan Bocaneala, OPECS, Neil Wood, Fracture Technologie, Jakob Monberg, Total, Daryl Johnson, Downhole Engineering, Brett Reilly, Halliburton, Dr. Hans de Pater, Fenix Consulting Delft, Mark Norris, OPECS, Manabu Nozaki, ConocoPhillips, Martin Rylance, BP, Jonathon Abbot, Schlumberger, Bjorn Berntsen, Faroe Petroleum, Bart Pestman, Shell, Yan Zheng, Baker Hughes a GE Company, Arvid Østhus, Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD)