Asia goes back to basics to meet production targets
• Addressing hydrocarbon uncertainties at East kalimantan oilfield
Clearly identify reservoir fluids and remove uncertainties in complex mature reservoirs
of over 50 years using downhole fluid analysis
• Extending the Life of Mature Oil Field
Benchmark with solution providers and international oil companies on how they battle,
on a daily basis, declining rate from mature fields
• Ensuring Well Performance and Flow Assurance
Benchmark with major oil and gas companies and discover strategies employed on mature
and small fields to ensure wellbore stability
• Oilfield Water Production, Handling and Injection
Discover successful case studies on oilfield water production, handling and injection,
artificial lift and a lot more...
Production Optimisation Week Asia (25 – 29 July 2011, Kuala Lumpur) is your way forward,
providing you with acomprehensive, multidisciplinary,technicalplatform, highlighting
the breadth and depth of information you need to make your mature, marginal, deepwater
and other reservoirs more technically and commercially viable to produce and increase
your production effectiveness and efficiency, combining reservoir, production and
“Oil wells change the way they give oil as time goes on. A once strong flowing well
may not be what is used to be. Yet, despite that it is clear that there is still
a lot of oil to get pumped out of any particular well. When this is what happens
then oil production optimization is necessary. “
Several Southeast Asian oil & gas players’ declining oil reserves and production
have been underscored by Indonesia’s quitting OPEC, Malaysia’s aggressive exploration
and development overseas and Brunei’s capping of oil production deliberately to extend
life of the fields and to improve recovery rates.
For most current projects, oil recovery is generally lower than expected due to some
combination of natural and man-made factors. As a result, about 1/3 to 1/2 of the
original oil in place remains left in the reservoir when it reaches its economic
limit abandonment. How do you make recovery from such projects substantially enhanced
without much effort and expense?
Many techniques and technologies have been developed and invented to enhance recovery.
However, the benefits from these technologies may still fall far short of expectations.
Many oil and gas are not satisfied with their current production levels and would
like to improve on some specific solutions they’ve implemented.
Clarify your road map to optimising production of oil and gas via proper well placement,
production levels, and enhanced oil recovery techniques on Day 2
Manage the interface between the reservoir and the well, including perforations,
sand control, downhole flow control, and downhole monitoring equipment; evaluate
artificial lift methods; and also select surface equipment that separates the produced
fluids (oil, natural gas, and water). on Day 3
Understand time-tested concepts and practices clearly and judiciously in
the following disciplines:
Achieve the desired results for your vertical horizontal and multilateral wells whilst
managing the technical aspects of drilling exploratory, production and injection
wells on Day 4