March 15, 2018


Description

The Annual Drilling Symposium is an annual event hosted by the SPE Gulf Coast Section Drilling Study Group designed to disseminate knowledge and technology needed to achieve the many objectives of drilling operations. 

 

  • Understanding risk and hazard mitigation
  • Real-time monitoring
  • Drilling automation
  • New technologies driving efficiencies.

 

This symposium is a great opportunity to network with oil and gas industry professionals in an engaging and dynamic environment. This year’s symposium is planned to be a sell-out event and includes well-known experts in the industry presenting the latest technological development and case studies. Please mark your calendar and join the SPE GCS Drilling Study Group for this event!

 

Event Presentations:

The Evolution of Real-time Torque & Drag Analysis from Manual Local Usage to Automated Cloud-based Analytics - Corva

Artificial Intelligence Is it time to try it again? - sparkcognition

Robotics in Oil and Gas - Mechatronics 

Use of Mechanical Specific Energy Calculation in Real-Time to Better Detect Vibrations and Bit Wear While Drilling - DrillScan

Making Actionable Information and Automated Decisions from Real Time Drilling Data - Shell

 

7:40 AM  – 8:40 AM

Coffee and Registration

8:40 AM  – 8:45 AM

Welcome and Safety Briefing

Mojtaba Shahri, Apache Corp., Symposium Chair

8:45 AM  – 9:45 AM

Keynote Speaker: Matt Ondler (CEO, Houston Mechatronics Inc.)

Robotics Applications in Oil and Gas

 

9:45 AM  – 10:00 AM

Break

10:00 AM  – 10:30 AM

Stephen Pink (NOV): Use of Closed Loop Downhole Automation and High speed data to deliver accelerated performance, efficiency and improved wellbore understanding

10:30 AM  – 11:00 AM

Mark Anderson (Shell): Making Actionable Information and Automated Decisions from Real Time Drilling Data

11:00 AM  – 11:30 AM

Curtis Cheatham (Corva): The Evolution of Real-time Torque and Drag Modeling from Manual Local Usage to Automated Cloud-based Analytics

11:30 AM  – 01:15 PM

Lunch and Networking

1:15 PM  – 1:45 PM

Diego Tellez (OXY): Unconventional Drilling in New Mexico: Case History

1:45 PM  – 2:15 PM

Stephane Menand (DrillScan): Use of Mechanical Specific Energy Calculation in Real-Time to Better Detect Vibrations and Bit Wear While Drilling

2:15 PM  – 2:30 PM

Break

2:30 PM  – 3:00 PM

Philippe Herve (SparkCognition): AI – Is it time to try it (Again)?

3:00 PM  – 3:30 PM

Reza Rastegar (OXY): Analytics at Bit

3:30 PM

Wrap-up and Adjournment

 

 



Date and Time

Thu, March 15, 2018

8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

Event has ended

If you do not have a full-time job in the oil and gas industry, are a full-time student or Member in Transition (MiT) member, and you do not see a discounted registration fee for students/MiT regarding this event, please contact the GCS manager at spe-gcs@spe.org.


Location

Southwestern Energy. 10000 Energy Dr, Spring, TX 77389

10000 Energy Dr,
Spring, Texas 77389



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