Aberdeen, UK (PRWEB UK) 14 July 2014
The North Sea is a mature basin and the challenges surrounding hydrocarbon recovery and production operations are getting bigger while the prizes are becoming smaller. The last barrel of oil is the hardest to produce and takes a huge amount of focus, energy, commitment, vision and technical expertise to guarantee success.
All operators in the North Sea remain focused on increasing production and maximising recovery whilst lowering the cost of operations. There is no doubt that there are ample reserves in the North Sea but the easy-to-produce reserves are certainly in decline. This now sets up a new challenge for industry to continue to produce the maximum amount of barrels of oil equivalent (BOE) whilst targeting harder to reach hydrocarbons.
On November 4th - 5th in Aberdeen, 150+ leading industry figures will gather for two days of presentations, panel discussions and networking to share original content and experience. The Offshore Production Optimisation Conference will host more than 25 expert speakers sharing analysis, case studies and lessons learnt in a bid to encourage collaboration and improve current production operations.
Onsite, as well as the unique networking opportunity, there will also be a Technology Showcase Hall, demonstrating best in class production technologies and services. This will enable delegates to widen the current pool of service providers to ensure they have the right tools available.
For more information on the meeting and to join the discussions, go to http://bit.ly/OPO2014-PR
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