SPE/ICoTA Coiled Tubing and Well Intervention Conference and Exhibition 27 - 28 Mar 2018 The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center The Woodlands, Texas, USA

You are invited to share your operational experience and lessons learned by submitting a paper proposal for consideration. Your submission must be received by 8 August 2017.

Case Histories are invited illustrating operational experience and lessons learned in the following technologies including the innovative use or technical developments of these technologies in intervention or thru-tubing applications:

 

  • Coiled and Capillary Tubing Applications
  • Electric Line Applications
  • Slick and Braided Line Applications
  • Snubbing and Hydraulic Workover Applications
  • Application of other Conveyance Methods

 

Other abstract categories will address the following focus areas:

 

HSE, Well Control and Well Integrity

Operational experiences and lessons learned in relation to HSE, well control, and well integrity. 

Improving Operational Efficiency

Using traditional downhole and surface intervention systems in unique or more efficient ways; application of redesigned equipment or processes to maximize return on resources or minimize operational time.

Latest Developments in Equipment, Tools, and Materials

Operational experiences and technical developments related to equipment, tools, and materials utilized to optimize or enable well intervention operations.

Latest Developments in Intervention Solutions

Technology development which aims to enable and expand the arena of well intervention operations including the results of experimental research and performance, or other modelling.

Well Abandonment Operations

Well or zonal abandonment operations including methods and technologies for installing and verifying permanent barriers as well as lightweight surface solutions to avoid the use of expensive drilling units.

Operations in Extreme Well Conditions

Operational experiences and technical developments to overcome the challenges presented by ever more challenging well conditions including HPHT, ERD, and deep water wells.

Offshore and Subsea Well Intervention Operations

Operational experiences and technical developments to address the challenges of working in the offshore environment including operations performed from light well intervention vessels, semi-sub, jack-ups, barges, boats, and platforms.

Stimulation and Conformance Operations

Operational experiences and lessons learned in the application of intervention technologies to fracturing, including multi-stage completion techniques, matrix acidizing, or other stimulation operations and to flow conformance operations including water and gas shut-off.

Horizontal and Multi-Lateral Operations

The application of intervention technologies in horizontal and multi-lateral wells.

Coiled Tubing Drilling Operations

Operational experiences and lessons learned in coiled tubing drilling operations.

Non-Conventional Applications

The application of intervention technologies to industries other than the petroleum industry or to challenges other than well intervention including surface piping and pipeline clean out. This category also includes the potential application of equipment and techniques from other industries to well intervention.

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The submission deadline is 8 August 2017.

 

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Plagiarism Check

In an effort to further improve SPE’s technical quality standards, all submitted conference papers will be checked for plagiarism.