Session Managers: Martin Mosley and Ian Taylor
The first session is intended to challenge the perspectives of attendees. Problems associated with the ageing and degradation of wells provides opportunities to develop a broader understanding of well integrity management.
Part 1—Well life management and understanding the degradation of wells
Part 2—The degradation and operational ‘death’ of mature wells can challenge normal well integrity decisions
Session Managers: Alex Crabtree and MJ Loveland
Two half-day sessions will be dedicated to well barrier assessment best practices. In each session, well barrier topics will be reviewed in detail via presentations, facilitated open forums, and/or table work group discussion formats. Delegate input and participation will be encouraged.
Well Barrier Assessment Best Practices I will review the current industry conformance criteria, including:
Session Managers: Lars Tore Haug and Paul Hopmans
Well Barrier Assessment Best Practices II will focus on trouble shooting and repair techniques with the following topics:
Session Managers: Nigel Snow and Phill Webb
In this session we will discuss the various different approaches to legislation around the globe focusing on an interactive debate on the merits of various global regulation models—should there be a universal standard? There will also be an update on the new ISO/OGP Well Integrity Standard.
Session Managers: Kjell Corneliussen and Simon Sparke
In recent years, many oil and gas companies have recognised the need for improved management of well integrity issues.
Effective well risk management offers significant benefits, such as:
Introduction of efficient risk management needs involvement by the entire organisation working with the different aspects of well operations. It also requires development and revision of policies, guidelines, standards and procedures.
This session will give examples of well integrity management from different operators. Some will present lessons learned from systems that have been implemented and are in use, while others will present the status and strategy for implementing new/revised management systems.