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SPE Workshop: Cementing Challenges with Carbon Capture and Storage Wells
14–15 May 2024 | The San Luis Resort, Spa & Conference Center | Galveston, Texas, USA

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SPE Workshop: Cementing Challenges with Carbon Capture and Storage Wells
14–15 May 2024 | The San Luis Resort, Spa & Conference Center | Galveston, Texas, USA

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While underground injection and storage of CO2 has been around for decades, it is now gaining significant momentum around the globe.

Although many aspects of drilling and completing CO2 injection wells are similar to drilling oil and gas wells, there are some unique considerations with regards to cementing and well integrity.

This workshop will focus on several key topics including:

  • The risks of leakage through legacy wells
  • Methods for remediation and re-abandonment of legacy wells
  • The potential impact of CO2 alteration of Portland cement
  • The effects of extreme thermal cycling on cement sheath integrity
  • Challenges cementing long columns to surface
  • Reliable evaluation of cement quality 
  • Evolving regulatory framework

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KEY THEMES

  • The risks of leakage through legacy wells
  • Methods for remediation and re-abandonment of legacy wells
  • The potential impact of CO2 alteration of Portland cement
  • The effects of extreme thermal cycling on cement sheath integrity
  • Challenges cementing long columns to surface
  • Reliable evaluation of cement quality
  • An evolving regulatory framework

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Operators | Cementing Service Companies | Cement & Cement Additive Suppliers | Academia | Regulatory Agencies

WHY ATTEND

Take part in informative, industry-shaping discussions

Stay informed about issues related to cementing for CCS projects

Share relevant experiences from within your organization

Contribute to influencing industry cementing practices for CCS projects

Learn and share best practices

Experience unparalleled networking opportunities with other industry experts

COUNTDOWN TO THE EVENT!

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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.

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