About the Workshop
The SPE Gas Well Deliquification workshop aims at improving and accelerating the development of techniques for late-life production of gas. This involves production or recovery losses due to liquid loading, water production and/or halite precipitation within depleted and tight gas fields. Attention is also given to topics such as ‘‘Data Management, Modelling and Optimization” and lessons learned from artificial lift in oil wells.
Finally, the workshop wants to promote interest for existing and new service providers to enter or increase their presence in the (European) market for gas well deliquification, water shut-off and halite remediation.
The ultimate goal of the workshop is to increase awareness in the improvements in the deliquification methods and late-life production in general. This concerns hardware, field experience as well as new prediction methods.
KEY TALKS INCLUDE...
- Tight Gas Wellbore Architecture Analysis Focus on Dewatering, PlusPetrol
- Maximizing Uptime and Well Capacity with Velocity Strings, NAM
- Successful salt mitigation by installing velocity string, Total
- Application of Artificial Neural Network for Virtual Liquid Flow Metering in Gas Wells, TNO
- Foam Assist in a Gas Lifted Oil Well, Shell
- Real-Time Model Based Foam Flow Modelling System for Wet Gas Wells - Operational Field Application and Ongoing Developments, Schlumberger
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