Stimulate Increased Well Activity by the Introduction of New & Innovative Technology

28 May 2015

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The UK Technology Leadership Board is now well established and has defined three priority technology areas for maximising economic recovery from the UKCS: Small Pool Developments, Well Construction, and Asset Integrity. Shell is leading on the Well Construction theme, supported by ITF. The specific focus of this theme is to develop and deploy technology to reduce well costs significantly, and hence maximise basin recovery through an increased number of economic wells.

 ITF, OGIC and SPE are jointly facilitating a workshop to identify technologies that will help us deliver twenty wells in the next two years at a significantly lower cost. The workshop will be held in Aberdeen on 28th May 2015.

 The day will start with an opportunity to discuss radical innovation that could significantly reduce well cost with the remainder of the workshop focusing on the identification of how we as an industry can deploy technology to deliver wells over the next two years. In the current economic climate, and considering the slow rate of development within the UKCS, this initiative is vital for our future success.

 If you are interested in attending this workshop then please contact David Riddell (d.riddell@itfenergy.com)

Event location

Maryculter House , Kirkton of Maryculter, Aberdeen, AB11 6AR, UK, United Kingdom

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