Dec. 7, 2006


Description

Well construction problems caused by large pressure depletions in Shell's prolific Deepwater fields are much more severe than even the most problematic situations encountered during redevelopment of GOM shelf or onshore fields. This presentation will discuss some of the problems Shell has experienced in the re-development programs of the pioneering Auger and Mars GOM Deepwater fields (now having over a decade of production) and will discuss some of the technologies Shell is working with others in the industry to develop to help address some of the unique and severe problems being encountered.   

Featured Speakers

Speaker Lance Cook
Drilling Engineering Manager Shell Americas Lance Cook is the Drilling Engineering Manager for Shell Americas. For 23 of 27 years in the industry Lance has worked for Shell in Well Engineering, Well Operations, and Wells Research. Lance has worked in areas from West Texas CO2 floods to Arctic operations; from …

Drilling Engineering Manager
Shell Americas

Lance Cook is the Drilling Engineering Manager for Shell Americas. For 23 of 27 years in the industry Lance has worked for Shell in Well Engineering, Well Operations, and Wells Research. Lance has worked in areas from West Texas CO2 floods to Arctic operations; from Survey Accuracy to Deepwater Development & Re-development. Lance spent 4 years as CEO of Enventure Global Technologies, which he founded and where he helped develop and introduce to the industry the first solid expandable casing products. With over 50 patents in his name, Lance has always had a passion for technology and enjoys the challenges of introducing new techniques and technologies in the oilfield''s high risk-high reward environments.


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Organizer

Joe Wallace


Date and Time

Thu, Dec. 7, 2006

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Houston Petroleum Club

800 Bell St. - Suite 4300
Houston, TX 77002
USA