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About the Symposium

The 2024 SPE Subsea Well Intervention Symposium is the ultimate opportunity to engage with global operators, service providers, regulators, and leading industry experts that are deeply committed to the world of subsea well interventions. The comprehensive technical program spotlights a diverse range of established and emerging intervention areas specific to the subsea realm. 

This symposium addresses the complex decisions driven by subsea conditions and finding cost-effective, low-risk solutions to advance subsea well intervention. Topics will span case histories, innovations, lessons from around the world, subsea well & plug abandonment, regulatory shifts, technological advancements, and their significant impacts. With top-notch presentations, this symposium is your gateway to rapidly unlocking value in an energy transition world.

Don’t miss this exceptional opportunity to be at the forefront of subsea well intervention in 2024! 




Presentations and papers will discuss the current environment and challenges while de-risking the decision for subsea well interventions. Topics include:

  • GoM Case Studies
  • International Case Studies
  • Optimizing Capacity
  • Optimizing Speed
  • Optimizing Technology
  • Optimizing Planning

Who Attended in 2023

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What Attendees Say About the Event

  • 93% of 2023 attendees would recommend this symposium to other industry professionals 
  • 96% of attendees visited the exhibits during the symposium 
  • “Strong Operator Presence”
  • “The audience and attendees were very narrow and defined in scope. [It] was a great opportunity for the players in this space.” - Engineer

  • “[I liked] the way [presenters] used real life experience to relay their messages and brought in regulatory and SME’s. [This year’s event] was academic and not [sales focused].” - Manager
  • “Great case studies to hear about challenges being experienced by others and [the ability to] learn from them.” - Engineer 

Attending this Symposium Supports the E&P Industry

The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) is a not-for-profit organization. Income from this event will be invested back into SPE to support many other Society programs.

When you attend an SPE event, you help provide even more opportunities for industry professionals to enhance their technical and professional competence. Scholarships, certification, the Distinguished Lecturer program, and SPE’s energy education program Energy4me® are just a few examples of programs supported by SPE.