Reservoir Life Cycle Management: How to Maximise Value
The value in the energy industry is in the hydrocarbons present in the reservoir. As with any asset it requires managing throughout the life Cycle to maximise the value. The reservoirs were formed millions of years ago and we cannot change the way the reservoirs were created, but we can change the way we interact with them. Today we have at our disposal advanced technologies, greater knowledge, and the most computing power we have ever had before. What do operators and service companies believe will bring maximum value from the reservoirs in today’s landscape? How national and international oil companies have changed their strategy? These questions and many others will be thoroughly articulated in this workshop.
The objective of the workshop is to bring together cross disciplined teams from both operators and service companies to engage in stimulating discussion with a view to understanding the challenges and sharing the resources we have available and potential future resources to maximize value from the reservoirs in the years to come. Operators have ownership of the reservoirs, but service companies often provide the keys to unlock value from them, with people, processes, data, new techniques and knowledge. It will require a team effort to maximize value from the reservoirs. SPE workshops provide a safe collaborative environment to share expertise enabling all parties to survive and thrive in the energy industry.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Experienced individuals who will actively share their own experiences and will contribute to the discussions. We expect participation from the following industry professionals; however, not restricted to:
- Petroleum Engineers
- Reservoir Engineers
- Production Engineers
- Drilling Engineers
- Field Development Engineers
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
Knowledge sharing platform between technology providers and end users
Opportunity to have face-to-face interactions with experts from both internationally recognised organisations,
SPE and EAGE
Discuss and share advancements in reservoir life cycle management