Sep. 23 - Sep. 24, 2014


Description

Abstract

The permanent abandonment of subsea oil and gas wells around the world represents an increasingly significant challenge and liability for the E&P industry. Historically, wells have been designed, constructed and operated using methods, techniques and materials suitable for long-term production, with less emphasis and forethought to well abandonment operations.

This SPE workshop will be an open venue to discuss and learn about the technical, operational and liability challenges faced by the industry. As an informal gathering of operators, service providers and regulators, this workshop will provide a unique opportunity for the exchange of information, ideas and solutions that may be applicable today.

The session topics will include:

  • Well abandonment liabilities
  • Regulator/legislation view on challenges
  • Pre-work and diagnostics for well abandonments
  • Well abandonment current design best practices
  • Barrier placement and verification
  • Current industry technologies and capabilities
  • Mid-term and long term industry technologies and capabilities
  • Use of non-drillship platform for well abandon

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Organizer

SPE International


Date and Time

Tue, Sep. 23

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Wed, Sep. 24, 2014

7 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central


Location

The Houstonian Hotel

111 North Post Oak Lane
Houston, TX 77024
United States



Group(s): SPEI Member