As the discovery of new fields is becoming less common and the existing mature reservoirs are in advanced state of depletion from conventional production methods, operating companies strive to maximise economic recovery in mature fields and to tap into unconventional resources. Unconventional resources are vastly growing outside North America. Today, both conventional and unconventional resources still present many technical, operational, and economical challenges.
Reliance on coiled tubing interventions has, therefore, increased in recent years to make it the fastest growing segment in the oilfield services sector. Coiled tubing interventions expanded from being remedial in nature to becoming the forefront of the design of well construction, completion, stimulation, and production monitoring operations. Applications such as coiled tubing drilling, using tractors in extended reach wells, milling out composite plugs in fracturing operations, and monitoring stimulation treatment efficiency with DTS are becoming standard coiled tubing operations. New applications are developing fast to help operators reduce costs and minimise production delays. Plug and perforate operations in unconventional resources and the use of coiled tubing and jointed tubing hybrid string for better access in horizontal wells are just two examples of these new applications.
This workshop will bring together CT intervention experiences, best practices, and case studies from operating companies, CT service providers, CT pipe manufacturers, CT surface and down hole equipment and tools manufacturers, and wellhead and completion companies. The workshop will provide excellent opportunities to all participants for networking and for focused discussions on technology and innovation gaps in the currently available CT products and services.
Who Should Attend
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Three (3) days of informal discussions prompted by selected keynote presentations and discussions. Workshops maximise the exchange of ideas among attendees and presenters through brief technical presentations followed by extended Q&A periods. Focused topics attract an informed audience eager to discuss issues critical to advancing both technology and best practices. The majority of the presentations are in the form of case studies, highlighting engineering achievements and lessons learnt. In order to stimulate frank discussion, no proceedings are published and the press is not invited to attend.
Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. The Steering Committee encourages attendance from those who can contribute to the workshop most effectively either in discussions or with posters. A mix of attendees in terms of geographic origin, companies, and disciplines will be encouraged.
In keeping with ATW objectives and the SPE mission, commercialism in posters or presentations will not be permitted. Company logos must be limited to the title slide and used only to indicate the affiliation of the presenter and others involved in the work.
All attendees will receive an attendance certificate attesting to their participation in the workshop. This certificate will be provided in exchange for a completed Workshop Questionnaire.
Attendees at this workshop qualify for SPE Continuing Education Units (CEU) at the rate of 0.1 CEU per hour of the workshop.