North Sea Well Intervention Addressed By Shell, Tullow Oil and BG Group

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North Sea operators including Shell, BP, Total, EnQuest, Tullow Oil and BG Group are attending the Offshore Well Intervention Conference in Aberdeen (April 15-16) to build a strategy that mitigates intervention risk.

North Sea Well Intervention Demand Addressed by Shell, BG Group and Tullow Oil

Offshore well intervention projects are now a top fiscal priority for operators, as mature basins like the North Sea require constant well work to ensure producing assets retain economic recovery rates.

This has resulted in a boom for the global intervention market, growing from 9.97bn to an expected 17.48bn in 2018. Brownfield regions like the North Sea will make up the majority of this work - but to meet this demand new technologies and a robust supply chain need to be developed now.

The Offshore Well Intervention Conference (Aberdeen 15-16) has been specifically designed to ensure new and established suppliers have the chance to do business with key buyers and develop a sustainable supply chain that will deliver efficient well intervention programmes for 2014/2015.

This will be achieved by two full days of networking with 150 decision makers from organisations including BP, Shell, Tullow Oil, BG Group, Total, EnQuest, HSE, PSA, Halliburton, Expro Group and Helix Well Ops.

The conference will also host exclusive features to ensure you have the information and contacts to grow your business in this sector, including:

  • An exclusive LWI workshop chaired by Shell
  • Operator led agenda with case studies from Tullow Oil & BG Group
  • Full market forecasts for the Central and Southern North Sea

For more information on how you can expand your business in this lucrative sector, download the full event brochure at

For any other questions please contact Tommy Angell on the below details.

Tommy Angell

Director | Offshore Network Ltd.
t: +44 (0) 203 411 9184 | e: tangell(at)offsnet(dot)com

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