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Reducing Onshore Well Failures

Houston Texas


Reducing Onshore Well Failures: Advanced Chemical Management 2020

Addressing the US onshore operator’s most important production, operations and chemical-related challenges, the Reducing Onshore Well Failures: Advanced Chemical Management 2020 will focus on metrics that matter the most right now – failure rates/frequency, downtime, production losses and total overall spend on wells – and strategies & opportunities to manage failures induced by Corrosion, Scale, Paraffin, Iron Sulfide and H2S.

With companies forced to be a lot more disciplined on how they manage their cash, looking at their financial performance and not just how much oil they are producing, maximizing profitability and return to production cost (RTP) will be at the heart of all discussions.

The 2020 conference looks at a number of central themes, while expanding the envelope to include discussions in emerging areas for innovation and digitalization.

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Oilfield Water USA > Invest & Manage 2020

Houston Texas

Oilfield Water USA > Invest & Manage 2020

Markets have evolved and company structures have changed dramatically in recent months. Public companies have been splitting off and starting midstream companies; Wall Street has been pushing E&Ps to reduce debt and risk attached to non-productive assets - resulting in the recent wave of water midstream deals. Between January and August this year, there have been more than $2.5 billion of water-related mergers, acquisitions, private equity investments and other deals in the oilfield.

Recognizing the changing pace and priorities of the oilfield water marketplace, at Oilfield Water USA > Invest & Manage 2020 big picture strategy development and technical water management converges, as the industry reaches a point where technical engineers have to become business persons, looking at both tactical as well as technical activities in the field.

Join us in Houston to interact with the fully evolved oilfield water value chain including E&Ps, Water Midstream Companies, Technology Providers, Private Equity Firms, Investment Analysts and Regulatory Bodies.

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Using Operational Data & Digital Technologies For Upstream Digitalization: Onshore 2020

Houston Texas

Using Operational Data & Digital Technologies For Upstream Digitalization: Onshore 2020

In this cost-sensitive market and the realm of automation, operators are continually looking to progress and advance. It’s important to stay ahead or be aware of disruption. And disruption is coming in from how operators have been approaching automation thus far. Some say automation is taking a disruption at the moment, because data science can predict things that physics can’t. With advancements in digitalization and operators bringing in cloud-base structures, E&Ps can take matters into their own hands, have individual control and empower people to make faster, better decisions supported by digital technologies.

Taking place on May 19 & 20, 2020 in Houston, Using Operational Data & Digital Technologies For Upstream Digitalization: Onshore 2020 will focus on this billion dollar area of opportunity, separating digitalization into several different buckets; From what digitalization actually means and how to start your journey relative to your organization’s maturity and where you are in the life of the field, to distinguishing what’s keeping operators up at night, to focusing on accomplishing specific, finite operational goals that matter the most right now - increasing or sustaining production, maximizing revenue, building a better well, reducing failures, maintenance and HSE issues, and controlling costs - by digitalizing and making the best use of data supported by digital IIoT technologies and a culture of innovation.