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Africa (Sub-Sahara) BW Offshore and its partners reported 40–50 MM bbl of recoverable oil at its Hibiscus Updip prospect in the Dussafu license offshore Gabon. The DHIBM-1 exploration well, drilled to TD of 3,538 m in 116 m of water, delivered approximately 21 m of pay from a 33-m hydrocarbon column in the Gamba formation. VAALCO Energy encountered Gamba and Dentale oil sands with its Etame 9P appraisal well offshore Gabon. The well was drilled to TD of 10,260 ft. The Etame field is owned by a consortium led by Vaalco (28.07%). It also includes PanAfrican Energy Gabon Corporation (31.36%), Eni started gas and condensate production from the Obiafu 41 discovery in the Niger Delta 3 weeks after well completion.
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The price of oil has risen and fallen spectacularly in past decades, yet the industry faces unprecedented uncertainty about the direction in which prices will move in the future. In recent years, analysts expected a price rise due to oil output disruptions in major producing nations, including the threat of attacks on installations. More recently, the devastating effect of COVID-19 on oil demand, and the subsequent filling of worldwide oil storage capacity, have exacerbated the market disorder and sent prices plunging – even to negative levels. This introductory session will assess the current drivers of oil market supply and demand, and attempt to form a view of price prospects for the near future and beyond. Implications for investment, trade, well decommissioning, environment and policy will also be covered.
Participants will have the opportunity to understand key drivers in portfolio management, decision quality, effective fiscal terms and evolution of petroleum arrangements that are continuously required to attract investment to explore, develop, and monetise petroleum resources. Presentation slides / Proceedings will not be published; therefore, formal papers and handouts are not expected from Discussion Leaders.
The Society of Petroleum Engineers is pleased to announce a first-ever virtual event for the Latin American and HSE and Sustainability communities on 27–31 July 2020. To register as press, complete the online form. Once SPE reviews and approves, you will receive an email confirming your registration. Please review the Virtual Code of Conduct, Media Guidelines and Limited Recorded Agreement prior to the event. Complimentary press registration is available only to members of the working press.
We are excited to have you join us for SPE’s first Virtual International Conference and Exhibition on Health, Safety, Environment and Sustainability. With a virtual event, you will be able to replicate the experience of being at an ‘in-person’ conference with a lobby, technical session rooms, exhibition hall and networking areas. You can be part of secure, online experiences from the comfort and convenience of your home or office. Review the following information to enhance your Virtual Conference experience. All registered attendees will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org with their credentials.
The International Association of Oil & Gas Producers (IOGP) is the voice of the global upstream industry. Its Members produce 40% of the world’s oil and gas and operate in all producing regions. IOGP serves industry regulators as a global partner for improving safety, environmental and social performance. It also acts as a uniquely upstream forum in which its Members identify and share knowledge and good practices to achieve improvements in health, safety, the environment, security and social responsibility. The Association has three global offices and more than 95 working groups, in which more than 1,700 representatives from Member companies participate.
For more than 25 years, the SPE International Conference on HSE and Sustainability has been rotating around the world highlighting innovative applications to enhance HSE and sustainability performance in the oil and gas sector. The event encourages discussion and provides a neutral forum where a wide range of perspectives and concerns from a variety of stakeholders can be explored. The conference will be held virtually on 27–31 July 2020 and will attract HSE leaders and professionals working in the international oil and gas sector. Our goal is to reach beyond the industry by introducing presentations, special topical sessions, and networking opportunities unavailable anywhere else. For the first time, the SPE International Conference on HSE and Sustainability will be held jointly with LACPEC.