The SPE Subsea Well Intervention Symposium will address solutions to globally and regionally specific challenges in deepwater interventions, as well as identify new technology and techniques to improve production from subsea and deepwater wells.
With the new reality of unconventional resources providing much of the industry’s new production, deepwater interventions have a key role to play in ensuring that offshore E&P remains economically viable and attractive to investments. Read more from the chairpersons.
Develop your expertise by attending the training course.
Connect with industry experts and executives from operators, service companies, and governmental bodies.
ACCESS TECHNICAL CONTENT
Hear world-class speakers discuss topics such as riserless and riser-based intervention technology, subsea stimulation, pressure control, well abandonment, casing and cementing, automation, and regulatory trends for operations in the US, Brazil, North Sea, and more.
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Experience groundbreaking technologies, products, and solutions focused specifically on your intervention needs.
Emeka Emembolu, BP
Emeka Emembolu is BP's Gulf of Mexico Vice President for Reservoir Development. Emeka has a degree in Biochemical Engineering from the University of Sheffield. He joined BP in 1998 as an offshore Production Engineer on the ETAP field during the startup of the asset.
Scott A. Angelle, BSEE
Scott is responsible for promoting safety, protecting the environment and conserving resources through the regulatory oversight and enforcement of energy industry operations on the U.S. Outer Continental Shelf. He joined the bureau on May 24, 2017, following more than 30 years of reforming agencies and organizations in both the public and private sectors.
Subsea Engineers • Production Engineers and Technologists • Petroleum Engineers • Drilling and Completion Engineers • Operations Managers • Business Development and Asset Managers • Executives