For stakeholders involved in the delivery and management of well integrity

 

The world is changing and concerns over our impact on the climate and environment become a more important driver in our personal lives as well as our work lives. Tight margins, introduction of updated regulations, societal and environmental demands for how we manage existing and new assets become an increasingly important challenge to the E&P industry in order to maintain our license-to-operate. However, energy demand will persist and hydrocarbons will continue to play an important role for the next several decades. 

 

 

Some E&P companies are moving towards establishing themselves as broader and greener energy companies; this will require heavy investment in alternative energy sources funded by hydrocarbon income for years to come. Furthermore, to meet societal and environmental demands, E&P companies also involve themselves in Thermal and Carbon Capture Underground Storage (CCUS) projects which provide challenges of mastering the new well designs or change the use of our existing wells.

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This SPE workshop will address the various issues relating to well integrity due to these changes happening in our industry. Sessions will cover:

Understanding the regulatory environment

Asset life cycle well barrier design, including future CCUS

Effective well integrity technology

Sustained casing pressure and leak management

What do we perceive as risk - how do we assess and manage it?

Alternative use of wells, such as CCUS

 

 


What Can You Expect at an SPE Workshop?


Intensive learning in a short period of time

Highly focused technical topics

Peers facing similar business and technology challenges

Collaborative learning experience

Connections with specialised E&P experts