The SPE Workshop: Deepwater - Keeping the India Momentum Going will take place on 19-20 September 2017 in Mumbai, India.
Worldwide deepwater offshore developments are currently moving at a slow pace given the ‘lower for longer’ oil price scenario. However, in order to deliver on projected demand well into the next decades, significant offshore volumes, including deepwater, need to be sanctioned over the next few years. With unit costs dropping and projects being re-engineered, increased sanctioning activity is probable again.
Since 2008, SPE's flagship India deepwater workshop has provided a platform for all stakeholders to keep the momentum going with propositions suitable to Indian fields and Indian aspirations.
TECHNICAL SESSION TOPICS
DEALING WITH SUBSURFACE CHALLENGES
THE EVOLVING SUBSEA
FROM DEEP TO DEEPER (ULTRA-DEEPWATER PROJECTS)
PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND CONTRACTING STRATEGIES
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This workshop is designed for professionals involved in multiple disciplines, including:
- Completion Engineers
- Drilling and Reservoir Engineers
- Facilities Engineers
- Financial Officers
- Asset Managers
- Front-End Project Leaders
- Subsea Engineers
The latest article from Janeen Judah, 2017 SPE President
Going Deep: Is Deepwater Experiencing a Resurgence?
Saudi Arabia, the Permian Basin, and global deepwater areas have vastly different futures predicted. Is it time for a deepwater renaissance?
The two-day workshop is an intensive learning experience that fosters knowledge sharing. It provides brief technical presentations followed by extensive Q&A discussion.
E&P professionals with common roles and challenges are brought together to share ideas that advance technology and best practices.
Presentations from top industry professionals make up a robust technical program with case study presentations, best practices, and lessons learnt.