Confronted by the biggest health and economic crisis, the oil and gas industry continue to be challenged by volatility in demand and oil price. In the Wells business, projects continue to be challenged in terms of commercial, health, and safety. Whilst the health industry races to find a vaccine, the industry and more specifically Wells, will need to be geared to recover and emerge stronger. In order to achieve this, the Wells business will need to be able to deliver a safe, sustainable, and predictable outcome in everything that is done. As each company works to achieve this on its own, there is benefit for companies to synergise through end-to-end standardisation and simplification. But what is ‘standardisation’ in this context?

 

 

This workshop provides opportunities for sharing and discussing views, experience, success stories and potential plans on standardisation and simplification. The aim is to enable industry players to collectively reduce cost and risks through predictable outcomes. This will in the long run enable each organisation to improve on efficiency in business delivery as well as reduce waste.

 

     

 


Keynote Speaker


 

 

Bacho Pilong
Vice President, Malaysia Assets
PETRONAS

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WHY ATTEND?


GAIN insights on wells-related activities best practices and how best to leverage on standardisation.

UNDERSTAND the processes of wells standardisation from design, drilling, completion, intervention, workover, HSE practices, digitalisation and abandonment.

EXAMINE processes and methods that can be used to standardise while incorporating policies and stakeholder agreement.

NETWORK and exchange knowledge with peers and experts in the field.

 


WHO SHOULD ATTEND


Professionals in:

Asset Integrity

Asset Management

Change Management

Contracting and Procurement Strategies

Drilling and Completions

Equipment Specifications

HSE and Risk Management

Plugging and Abandonment

Process Safety Management

Production Analyst

Production and Operation Management

Production Technology

Rigs

Regulators

Researchers

Reservoir Engineering