SPE Workshop: In-well Fiber-Optic Sensing: Applications for Field Development and Field Management 13 - 14 May 2020 London, England, UK

 

This workshop will address all aspects of in-well fiber-optic sensing, from initial development optimisation through life-of-field operations and abandonment.

In recent years a greater focus has been given to the role of down-hole fiber-optic (FO) sensing in completions diagnostics, particularly for the development of unconventional oil and gas resources.

 

 

 

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The initial phase of FO sensing applications in the E&P world, and significant remaining potential impact, include their application in other aspects of unconventional and conventional field development and operation: reservoir characterisation, production optimisation, well integrity monitoring and abandonment management.

Extensive case studies and field deployment examples will demonstrate technical and economic benefits and provide guidance for developing workflows and identifying best practices.

 


Topics for Discussion


Fiber-optic sensing application case studies demonstrating value of in-well FO sensing, either alone or synergistic with other monitoring technologies

 

Extensive case studies and field deployment examples will demonstrate technical and economic benefits and provide guidance for developing workflows and identifying best practices.

New/emerging advancements in sensing technology, deployment and interpretation methodologies that will stimulate additional or higher-valued use of the FO sensing

 

The close-out sessions will include panel and attendee discussions identifying challenges that currently limit FO deployment and addressing ways to mitigate these challenges.


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Intensive learning in a short period of time

 

Highly
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Peers facing similar business and technology challenges

 

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collaborative learning experience

 

Connections with specialized E&P experts