ABERDEEN THIS MONTH:
SPE ICoTA pre-conference short course - ‘An introduction to well intervention’ 12 November Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre
Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre
Europe’s premier forum for exchange and discussion of the latest developments in completion and well intervention techniques. The event, chaired by John Donachie, of Omega Completion Technology Ltd, encompasses the full range of well intervention practices, including coiled tubing, slickline, e-line and hydraulic workover, as well as specialist tools and solutions.
SPE SMN 6th European Sand Management Forum 26-27 March 2014 Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre CALL FOR ABSTRACTS - DEADLINE 15 NOVEMBER.
Bookings for exhibition stands and sponsorship invited now - contact jane.mc
SPE EuALF 2014 European Artificial Lift Forum 17-18 June 2014 CALL FOR ABSTRACTS - DEADLINE 16 DECEMBER
EuALF 2014 Chair: John Blanksby, of Enquest Bookings for exhibition and sponsorship invited now - contact jane.mc
Details of all the above: www.spe-uk.org
To book: www.rodgerandco.com
Further information: Rodger and Co, SPE Aberdeen’s Event Managers, tel: 01224 495051; firstname.lastname@example.org
Aimed at beginners, non-specialists, or those wanting a refresher, this course - led by trainers from Peak Well Systems and Boots & Coots - will provide a brief introduction to the main types of well intervention in use today. Places are going fast - book now!
See contact details below.
Accurate reservoir data, that leads to better decisions regarding recovery factors and field development plans, can be invaluable.
Our CaTS Advanced Reservoir TestingTM service enables the
dynamic reservoir pressure response to be monitored post final abandonment so that inter-well interference and long term pressure build-up data can be used to determine reservoir connectivity and connected volumes.
For well integrity applications, barriers can be verified when first established and then wirelessly monitored for several years beyond final well abandonment.
CaTS requires no tubing string in the well and is not affected by cemented pipe, cement plugs or bridge plugs meaning that there is never any requirement to re-enter the well.
40 YEARS OF PIONEERING WELL FLOW MANAGEMENT 10 TM
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