Agenda

Section One – Market Dynamics

  • Operations in the Current Market: Analyze the impact of oil price volatility and COVID-19 to understand how to best position your organization
  • Regulatory Updates: Review the volume of existing shut in wells to illustrate the amount of well work that must be delivered to remain compliant with regulations
  • The Operator’s Perspective: Hear how operators are planning for intervention commitments in Q1 2022 and the necessary processes, partnerships and collaborative efforts to deliver them

Section Two – Creating Value and Yield

  • Consolidation of Opportunities: See how operators are identifying value and ranking well intervention opportunities and what is needed to develop these into Q1 projects in 2022
  • Supplier Selection: Examine how collaboration, combined services and a flexible toolbox is necessary to work on effective well campaigns in the current environment
  • Enhanced Oil Recovery: Understand the balance between decreasing CAPEX and the importance of utilizing EOR to support overall production in the current environment

Section Three – Case Studies in the Current Environment

  • Coiled Tubing: Access results from heavy well intervention programs, including chemical clean out and acid stim, delivered in the low oil price environment
  • Going Rigless: Get real field results from two rigless light well intervention projects in the GOM, noting the challenges overcome and value achieved
  • Achieving Success: See how a 5 month well intervention campaign overcame unique challenges from Covid-19 to safely and efficiently deliver the project ahead of time

Section Four – P&A

  • Temporary Abandonment: Highlight the increase in temporary abandonment and the new and existing technology that can address challenges for these wells
  • Subsea P&A: See how P&A via a dedicated well intervention vessel offers quantifiable value in comparison to a rig in this case study
  • Challenges on the Shelf: Review the challenges, including dual completions, faced during shallow water P&A and the processes of LWI and thru-tubing that can mitigate risk
  • Opportunity for Sidetracking: Hear the operators view of sidetracking in the current market and the current opportunity presented during the P&A process

Section Five – Technology and Operational Excellence

  • Existing Field Uplift: Apply new cost efficient technologies including e-line coil and casing shooting to optimize recovery from existing or deferred wells in the GOM
  • Open Water: Review the current approach for open water coiled tubing and how this technology can be leveraged to offer open water P&A and other complex projects
  • Crew Change: From remote well access to crew management, outline the safe and efficient approaches that show a new way of doing things can offer cost effective well ops
  • New Operating Models: See new approaches to governance and assurance that leverage data, analytics and processes to offer effective well programs within current OPEX budgets

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