SPE Workshop: Sand and Carbonate Solids Control and Management - Towards Excellence in Integrated Solutions for Maximum Value Creation 18 - 19 Feb 2019 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

 

Sand management spans from the exploration stage to the end of field life. Prior to development well drilling, geomechanical studies minimise drilling and production surprises, offer appropriate development and production planning, and help production management throughout field life.

Effective and efficient sand management throughout field life and from sources to delivery points is only possible with integrated, multi-disciplinary focused collaborations between geology, petrophysics, geomechanics, reservoir engineering, production technology, drilling, completions, process, facilities, integrity and materials.

Attendees at this workshop can exchange and acquire experiences in integrated sand and carbonate solids management from international and national oil companies, for potential applications to their own assets.

 


WHO SHOULD ATTEND


Professionals involved in:

Reservoir Engineering

Geomechanics Engineering

Drilling and Completions

Production Engineering

Production Technology

Asset Management

Technology Development

Research

WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES


The aim of the workshop is to gather engineers and managers for a holistic discussion on sand and carbonate solids management, including solids production physics and the latest techniques, and best practices in implementation and monitoring while maintaining a keen eye on value.

Additional discussions on remedial and retrofit technologies, both downhole and at the surface will be included.

This workshop will be an open sharing forum with discussion of experiences, solutions, best practices and lessons learnt to meet the industry’s immediate and long-term needs.