SPE/EAGE Workshop: Geohazards 25 - 26 Sep 2017 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

This exclusive SPE and EAGE collaborative workshop will present an advanced overview of surface facilities and subsurface related geohazards. Particular attention will be paid to the improvements in geohazard identification, quantification of risk and mitigation, best practices, lessons learnt and technological advancements in handling geohazards and potential impact on existing offshore structure stability in the current challenging environment. Special discussions on wellbore stability and pore pressure predictions will serve as important components of the completion design, whether to avoid sending, or to develop a simulation strategy to enhance production.

The benefits and the value of geohazard planning, impact on facilities, subsidence, mapping, drilling, natural ground instability and movement such as creeping landslides, ground dissolution and collapsible ground will be discussed. In addition, the workshop will also review and identify current and future technologies of both shallow  and deepwater geohazards.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND


  • Drilling Engineers
  • Facility Engineers
  • Geomatics Engineers
  • Reservoir Engineers
  • Geologists
  • Geomodellers
  • Geophysicists
  • Petrophysicists
  • Quantitative Interpreters
  • Asset Managers
  • Exploration and Development Managers
  • Subsurface Managers
  • Oil and Gas Field Development
  • G&G Professionals

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING


Latest knowledge base on oil and gas development related geohazards

State-of-art overview of surface facilities and subsurface related geohazards

 

Unique opportunity to interact with surface and subsurface professionals

Advances in geomechanical analysis

 

Advanced understanding on hazard identification and mitigation strategies

Latest knowledge on operating offshore surface structures related geohazards



Registration Deadlines

Super Early Bird
15 July 2017

Early Bird
15 August 2017