In the Asia Pacific region, a sizeable portion of hydrocarbon production comes from poorly consolidated sandstone reservoirs, requiring some form of sand management for economic production.
The consequences of sand production can be substantial. It can curtail production, impact well integrity, and adversely affect production economics. The impact is especially pronounced in the current low-price commodity environment.
This workshop will build on last year's workshop discussion and will adopt a holistic approach to strategy development and implementation. The goal will be to discuss maximising business value in new developments, as well as in retrofit applications.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This workshop will benefit professionals involved in the development, implementation or monitoring of ﬁeld-wide sand control strategies and technology. It will also appeal to reservoir engineers, geomechanics engineers, drilling, and completions engineers, production engineers and asset managers who are directly involved in the development and operation of a given asset, service provider engineers, technology developers, and researchers in academia.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
Provides a knowledge-sharing platform for technology providers and end users
Fosters a collaborative environment between industry focal points
View key presentations on technology will provide value in the current environment
Engage in a Panel session to address current industry challenges