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Speaker Line-up Announced for First Offshore Well Intervention Workshop West Coast of Africa

Eni Nigeria, Marathon Oil, Shell & Sonangol amongst offshore operators joined by leading well work experts at the Offshore Well Intervention Workshop West Coast of Africa on March 7-8: https://tinyurl.com/y9wpz9y9

150+ senior well intervention experts will get together in March at the Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accrato discuss their well intervention and P&A strategies in a bid to increase efficiencies and reduce the cost of both deepwater and shallow water projects.

Well intervention & completions experts Ihechi Ojukwu (Chevron Nigeria), Kelechi Victor (Nigerian Agip) & Ifeanyi Ugbor (Shell Nigeria) will speak alongside well engineering specialists including Andres Esono Ngui Obono (Marathon EG), Elike Mawuli (Tullow Oil) &Edward Kalu (Total Nigeria) to address some of the challenges companies are facing during workover, integrity and abandonment projects.

Key topics up for discussion include:

• Well Intervention Economics: Examine how expanding the scope of work, multi-well campaigns and the availability of equipment can improve well intervention economics
• Acid Stimulation: Hear how a scheduled program of well stimulation using coiled tubing or flexible pipe to bullhead acid can lead to optimized recovery with no downtime
• Downhole Technology: Discover new section milling, fishing and retrieval tools as well as eline & CT services that enhance production while mitigating risk to your subsea formation
• Late Life Management: As West African fields mature, discuss ways of optimizing late life production, ensuring integrity and preparing for P&A with an efficient end of life strategy
• P&A: Study regional abandonment case histories to tackle challenges including annular pressure build up, cement placement, barrier validation and NORM contaminants

Other speaking organisations at the conference include Wild Well Control, Helix, Island Offshore, TechnipFMC, Oceaneering and many more…

To see a full breakdown of the agenda and speakers involved in the Offshore Well Intervention Workshop West Coast of Africa, download the conference brochure at https://tinyurl.com/y9wpz9y9

If you want the opportunity to secure your company’s place in the supply chain of these projects register now and save $800 today at http://interventionwca.offsnetevents.com/register.html


Sonangol, Chevron & Shell Join Tullow Oil and TOTAL to Discuss Well Intervention in West Africa

Eni Nigeria, Marathon Oil, Shell & Sonangol amongst offshore operators joined by leading well work experts at the Offshore Well Intervention Workshop West Coast of Africa on March 7-8: https://tinyurl.com/y9wpz9y9

150+ senior well intervention experts will get together in March at the Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accrato discuss their well intervention and P&A strategies in a bid to increase efficiencies and reduce the cost of both deepwater and shallow water projects.

Well intervention & completions experts Ihechi Ojukwu (Chevron Nigeria), Kelechi Victor (Nigerian Agip) & Ifeanyi Ugbor(Shell Nigeria) will speak alongside well engineering specialists including Andres Esono Ngui Obono (Marathon EG), Elike Mawuli (Tullow Oil) &Edward Kalu (Total Nigeria) to address some of the challenges companies are facing during workover, integrity and abandonment projects.

Key topics up for discussion include:
Well Intervention Economics: Examine how expanding the scope of work, multi-well campaigns and the availability of equipment can improve well intervention economics
Acid Stimulation: Hear how a scheduled program of well stimulation using coiled tubing or flexible pipe to bullhead acid can lead to optimized recovery with no downtime
Downhole Technology: Discover new section milling, fishing and retrieval tools as well as eline& CT services that enhance production while mitigating risk to your subsea formation
Late Life Management: As West African fields mature, discuss ways of optimizing late life production, ensuring integrity and preparing for P&A with an efficient end of life strategy
P&A: Study regional abandonment case histories to tackle challengesincluding annular pressure build up, cement placement, barrier validation and NORM contaminants

Other speaking organisations at the conference include Wild Well Control, Helix, Island Offshore, TechnipFMC, Oceaneering and many more…

To see a full breakdown of the agenda and speakers involved in the Offshore Well Intervention Workshop West Coast of Africa, download the conference brochure at https://tinyurl.com/y9wpz9y9


Well Intervention and P&A Market Boom Offshore West Africa

Well Intervention Market Overview In West Africa

With well intervention and P&A activity ramping up from Mauritania to Angola, operators are working more collaboratively with contractors taking advantage of new business development opportunities offshore West Africa. The below well intervention market overview offers:

.An analysis of common drivers for activity as well as West African well work hotspots to highlight which areas are ripe for well intervention and P&A projects  
.A review of recent regional projects including a LWI safety valve remediation, a 7-well rigless live well intervention campaign and several P&A projects
.An overview of technologies required to drive project efficiency including LWI vessels, riserless technology, coiled tubing, downhole tools, cementing & data logging tools

You can access the whitepaper at https://tinyurl.com/y8w2mnqm

I hope you find the content useful and look forward to your feedback!

Kind regards

Sam Scarpa
 
Head of Conferences | Offshore Network Ltd.
t: +44 (0) 20 3793 8800| e: sscarpa@offsnet.com

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Platform Cites 2017 as Its Best Performing Year

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By Foluso Ogunsan

Platform Petroleum, the Nigerian independent, celebrated its 15th anniversary last Sunday, December 17, describing 2017 as its highest performing year in terms of crude oil production.

“We reached an all-time record of three thousand six hundred barrels of oil per day (3,600BOPD) this year”, Osa Owieadolor, the company’s chief executive, told guests at a ceremony held in a swank venue, located close to the southern Atlantic, in Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial hub. “With the highest production since first oil in 2007, we have had cumulative output of over 1Million barrels (gross) this year so far”.

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Ofserv Sets Up Free Non Intrusive Workshop

Ofserv and Sonomatic are organizing an open enrollment Non-Intrusive Inspection (NII) workshop in Lagos, Nigeria.
“This highly interactive workshop will introduce the concepts of NII and sensitize the Industry about its benefits as a cost-effective asset integrity methodology”, the organisers explain in a statement.

The course runs from 9.00 to 17.30 on July 12, 2017.

“NII allows comprehensive inspection of pressure vessels to be performed while on-line, eliminating the need for the inspection to be carried out only during shut downs. This minimizes shut down durations and allows process plant operators to maximize production. As such NII is being used increasingly by operators worldwide. Sonomatic has played a major role in the development of NII practices and has worked with many of the world’s leading Oil and Gas companies in delivering effective NII projects.

Participants in the workshop will gain an understanding of the benefits of NII, the main stages in the NII process, how NII is applied in practice and key success factors to effective NII. Case studies of successful projects and highlighting best practice will also be presented.

We are committed to providing cutting edge inspection solutions that enable clients to manage the integrity of maturing assets, while making informed and cost-¬¬effective decisions crucial to the extension and safety of plant life.

“This workshop is at no cost to attendees and we look forward to welcoming your delegation”, Ofserv and Sonomatic conclude in the statement.

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