(PRWEB UK) 3 October 2016
A robust late life strategy is a critical focus for North Sea operators to ensure operations are as economical as possible in the lead up to COP and ultimately decommissioning.
The 3rd Offshore Production Operations Conference (December 7-8, Aberdeen) will help E&P Companies to improve production and gain control of OPEX during late life operations. Highlights include Shell's Ultra late life production strategy for Brent Charlie, and how this has supported the optimum decommissioning programme for the Brent field. Other presentations include:
- Water Flooding: Dong Energy examine how a change to the water flooding pattern increased production at Siri, and how this was executed
- Production Efficiency: Wintershall discuss how they achieved a 95% efficiency rating at Brage and how they plan to continue improving through a return to infill drilling
- Intelligent Operations: Premier Oil discuss intelligent operations and how remote diagnostics with an associated preventative maintenance culture is a key to their strategy
Other presenters include Total, Aker Solutions, Baker Hughes, Halliburton & Amec Foster Wheeler who will delve into some of the technical challenges associated with production operations in the North Sea.
To access the full programme, download the brochure for OPO 2016 here: http://bit.ly/DecemberOPO
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