About the Workshop
The oil and gas industry is moving towards deepwater exploration as cost optimisation, through a period of low priced oil, has ensured deepwater explorations and production become more viable. Currently, offshore production facilities in Myanmar exists in both shallow and medium water depths; however, the potential of frontier deepwater exploration are available within the Myanmar offshore blocks.
Future deepwater activities will create opportunities in Myanmar especially in end-to-end exploration and production (E&P), and throughout its value and supply chain. In the long run, the emphasise of the industry will include a digitally and technologically enhanced approach to deepwater E&P; while taking an in-depth, methodological and systems-based field development; subsea wellhead completion, asset integrity and more. At the same time, the support system to deepwater E&P must also be developed to ensure that the industry meet regulatory, logistical, environmental, and infrastructure challenges in the Myanmar operations.
This workshop will a provide unique platform for industry practitioners and subject matter experts in E&P and operations to discuss opportunities, emerging technologies, holistic approaches to E&P and more. The workshop also aims to provide an insight on how the industry can rejuvenate both onshore production and operations.
This technical workshop aims to impart participants with a comprehensive view on the shift of the industry towards deepwater E&P and how the whole ecosystem can co-exist in a synergistic environment, by:
- Deliberating on the E&P potentials and raising awareness of both offshore and onshore activities
- Addressing integrity concerns of deepwater subsea installations and improving effectiveness of deepwater production systems throughout all phases
- Discussing onshore production enhancement issues, such as imaging, production logging, secondary and tertiary production enhancement and more
Benefits of Attending
This workshop will provide participants a prospective channel to broaden their thoughts, and learn about Myanmar’s processes for offshore and onshore E&P activities and environment. Topics covered will discuss new methodologies, lessons learnt and best practices.