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SPE/WIA Workshop: Risk and Resilience – Meeting the Dynamic Needs of Well Integrity and Decommissioning
27–29 May 2024 | Coast Canmore Hotel & Conference Centre | Canmore, Canada

SPE LogoWIA SOCIETY

SPE/WIA Workshop: Risk and Resilience – Meeting the Dynamic Needs of Well Integrity and Decommissioning
27–29 May 2024 | Coast Canmore Hotel & Conference Centre | Canmore, Canada

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SPE/WIA Workshop: Risk and Resilience – 
Meeting the Dynamic Needs of
Well Integrity and Decommissioning

27–29 May 2024
Coast Canmore Hotel & Conference Centre | Canmore, Canada

An increased focus on well decommissioning has put forward new challenges and opportunities. Adapting to these changes will allow industry to meet and exceed outside drivers and social responsibilities. This workshop will highlight the innovation and current best practices of well integrity and decommissioning management.

This workshop will explore the theme of delivering P&A in a changing world.

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Join the upcoming SPE/WIA workshop to hear from industry experts, operators, service providers, regulators, and more! 

In the spirit of social and environmental responsibility, this two-day workshop will provide session topics focusing on interactive panel discussions, new technologies, methane reduction, alternative uses for legacy wells, and case studies. 

TECHNICAL TOPICS

  • Overview of IRP 27 and How to Use It

  • Unsolved Mysteries and Problem Well Case Studies

  • Legacy Wells and New Ideas

  • Technology - Tech Bites

  • Carbon Isotope Testing

  • Regulatory Updates

  • Updated Research on Risk Associated with Wellbore Leakage

 

WHY ATTEND

Attending a well decommissioning workshop can help individuals and companies ensure regulatory compliance, mitigate safety and environmental risks, improve technical proficiency, manage costs, and foster valuable networking and professional development opportunities.

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ATTENDING THIS WORKSHOP 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.

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