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The workshop will be a combination of case study presentations and open discussions as a platform to enhance experience sharing amongst the participants. Topics will span from the subsurface to surface and wells including but not limited to:
- Reservoir surveillance technologies and best practices with examples
- Geological and geophysical applications to reservoir management and production optimisation
- Waterflood optimisation with effluent water and seawater injection
- Managing well integrity and optimisation of well and ESP lifetime
- New well, facilities and surface technologies in WRFM
- Digitalisation workflows, data management, data analytics and machine learning applications
- Optimisation of surface processing facilities to sustain production
- More “R”: reservoir management best practices
- Wells: fail less, restore fast, optimise to unlock potential
WRFM is about unlocking value across the integrated production system. It delivers safe and profitable production through end-to-end integrating in the assets of today and the assets of the future. This SPE workshop will provide all participants an unparallel opportunity to engage with global and regional leaders in WRFM and operational excellence. The diversity of the themes and topics to be discussed, and the depth of the technical and operational expertise from different disciplines, backgrounds and environments will ensure maximum learning and sharing of best practices. I’m looking forward to learn and engage with all of you.
The objective of the workshop is to share reservoir management best practices to sustain and maximise oil and gas production and recovery from mature world-class assets. The workshop topics spans from the subsurface to surface and wells. It covers reservoir management excellence, the integration of geology and geophysics in reservoir surveillance, artificial lift optimisation, preventing well failures while managing a significant well stock through preventive design and surveillance, fast restoration, surface facility process optimisation, asset integrity management, preventive corrosion, and souring management. The workshop will also cover new technologies and digitalisation through workflow, data management and analytics supporting sustaining oil and gas production, and identifying new oil and gas production opportunities.
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