Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) Joins Leading Operators at Offshore Well Intervention Conference in Houston

Casey Kavanaugh, Petroleum Engineer for BSEE’s Gulf of Mexico District Field Operations Program, will address key operators and well service companies involved in offshore well intervention programs in the Gulf of Mexico at the Offshore Well Intervention Conference in Houston on October 14 – 15: http://bit.ly/PRWEB3

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Houston, Texas (PRWEB UK) 11 August 2014

Casey Kavanaugh will deliver the regulator’s latest information for offshore well intervention programs across the Gulf. The presentation will focus on detailing BSEE’s current review system and the role BOP regulations have to play in GoM intervention programs.

Having BSEE deliver such critical regulatory details compliments the other case studies and analytical presentations; which include contributions from Shell, Anadarko, Stone Energy, Schlumberger, Halliburton, Baker Hughes, Helix ESG, FTO Services, FMC Technologies, ICoTA, the International Well Control Forum and many more.

The Gulf of Mexico well intervention market is driven by an ever increasing need for higher recovery from brownfield and subsea assets. Due to the GoM's vast number of wells and a continued investment in deepwater subsea assets, the USA is set to be the largest end-user for well intervention services. (Source: Markets and Markets)

As such, operators are developing programs to ensure that wells extend economic recovery rates and maintenance work is executed to ensure integrity. This activity is driving growth and the global intervention and work-over market is set to increase from $9.97bn to an estimated $17.48bn in 2018.

However this rapidly growing industry is still relatively young in comparison to other disciplines such as drilling. In order to gather the most up to date information and access the latest technologies and processes, GoM well intervention decision makers attend the Offshore Well Intervention Conference, in Houston October 14-15. (http://bit.ly/PRWEB3)

Confirmed attendees and participants include Anadarko, Baker Hughes, Blue Ocean Technologies, BOA Marine Services, BSEE, FMC Technologies, FTO Services, Halliburton, Heerema Marine Contractors, Helix ESG, International Well Control Forum, Maersk Oil, NOV, Oceaneering, OneSubsea, Petrobras, Sandvik, Schlumberger, Shell, Stone Energy Corporation, Tetra Technologies INC, Total E&P, W&T Offshore, Welltec and many more.

With over 150 attendees of this calibre expected to attend the conference over the 14-15 October, this is a meeting not to be missed.

For more information please visit http://bit.ly/PRWEB3

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