SPE Workshop: Enhancing Life Cycle Costs of Thermal Wells Through Drilling and Completions 13 - 14 Jun 2017 BMO Centre, Calgary Stampede Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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Enhancing Life Cycle Costs of Thermal Wells through Drilling and Completions 

Challenged by the market turmoil caused by oil price volatility and tight global financial markets, our In-situ Thermal Heavy Oil team must find a way to become more competitive. 

Only through increasing operational efficiency, decreasing NPT, reducing cost through well designs or new technology, elevating reliability, and enhancing communication will we be able to compete on a world scale. By integrating Engineering and Operations in both slant and vertical thermal developments, Drilling and Completions will deliver on efficiency measures through collaborative interaction with each other and by accessing the knowledge of the industry.



This two-day workshop brought together operators, service companies, regulatory authorities, research bodies, academia, and other interested parties in an open and collaborative environment. The first day of this workshop offered two tracks – one focused specifically on Drilling and the other on Completions. The second day brought together attendees for shared learnings on topics related to both disciplines, and dynamic discussions followed these presentations. This workshop took a holistic approach that included the integration of geosciences with reservoir, completion, and production engineering disciplines.



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BMO Centre at Stampede Park
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Professionionals in Thermal Drilling and Completions attended this collaborative workshop as well as management in all disciplines of engineers, geologists, operations personnel, technicians and more.