(PRWEB UK) 9 February 2016 -- Offshore operators in the Asia Pacific are continuing to invest in intervention campaigns and are utilizing new wireline, thru-tubing and coil intervention solutions to enhance production and improve ultimate recovery.
This is just one of the key areas covered at the IWCF supported 2nd Offshore Well Intervention Workshop in Kuala Lumpur which will help companies to develop a well intervention strategy that arrests production decline and improves the economic viability of well stock in the region.
- PETRONAS will give an update on the critical role of well intervention as a tool to boost production rates at a time when drilling activity is in decline
- Petrofac and Welltec will share the challenges they faced with non-producing wells and how a gas lift valve change out was executed to revive production from these assets
- ONGC will explain how they are improving production rates at the Neelam Field through methods including the optimization of well trajectories as part of their mature field program
Other confirmed presenters include Shell, Repsol, EnQuest, Halliburton, Schlumberger, Archer, Weatherford, FMC Technologies and more. Download the brochure now to see the full speaker line-up: http://tinyurl.com/MalaysiaWorkover
In an ever-maturing Asia Pacific market, we have to look to newer intervention methodologies to help arrest production decline and improve recovery - this meeting will be critical for all stakeholders involved in intervention campaigns.
Dean Murphy, Offshore Network, http://interventionasiapac.offsnetevents.com/brochure.html, +44 2034689461, [email protected]