Experts at Offshore Production Efficiency Workshop to help delegates maximize their production potentialMore than 50 wells, reservoir, facilities and interventions experts will gather in Houston, Texas, on 17 June for the Offshore Production Efficiency Workshop, to identify and quantify new production optimization opportunities for wells, reservoirs and facilities.
This will provide the ideal opportunity for delegates to engage with other members of the production community to solve efficiency challenges through stimulating presentations, panels and interactive round table sessions.
A new interactive conference format that will see multi-discipline experts facilitate round table strategy discussions means you can present your production challenges and formulate robust production efficiency solutions.
“These sessions are a fantastic opportunity for attendees to assimilate information from the day's presentations, discuss their challenges and come up with proper solutions to be shared with peers in the room,” says Kerr Jeferies, Senior Industry Analyst ay Upstream Intelligence.
An added bonus are the additional networking opportunities that have been created by holding three meetings at a single venue. (The other two are the Well Integrity and Lifecycle Management Conference & the Data-Driven Production optimization Workshop).
Through dedicated networking sessions and an exhibition, delegates will have access to more than 200 well integrity, production and data specialists.
What’s on the agenda for the day? Identifying New Production Efficiency Opportunities; Quantifying your Production Efficiency Goals; Selecting the Best Interventions to Optimize Production and Executing your Production Efficiency Plan and Getting More Barrels for Less.
“Renowned industry experts will demonstrate how dedicated, integrated multidiscipline teams can drastically improve production economics.
“Armed with defined optimization techniques and strategies you are guaranteed to reduce your unit-cost and see a substantial production increase,” explains Kerr.