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Asia is set to increase its decommissioning activities as more fields are reaching the end of their economic life in the years to come. With limited experience, increased complexity and the involvement of multiple stakeholders, the implementation of an effective decommissioning and abandonment plan requires thorough verification, extensive collaboration and detailed planning. As the region advances its decommissioning activities, it is critical for industry to progress discussions and harness collective efficiencies to develop a roadmap to ensure the right technologies, capabilities and knowledge are deployed whilst maintaining a healthy balance sheet. This session will engage leaders in the region to discuss opportunities and challenges, share experiences and lessons learnt, and deliberate how stakeholders can work together and focus on what can be done to keep the integrity of the environment and the decommissioning journey safe, efficient and effective. The current presentation date and time shown is a TENTATIVE schedule.
Oil prices seem to be on the rebound, employment statistics look promising, and the petroleum industry is slowly starting to flourish again. However, there has been a fundamental shift in the workforce since the beginning of the most recent downturn. Do Industry Young Professionals Risk Missing Out on the Opportunity To Understand Geomechanics and Its Value? Early identification of geomechanics-related problems is required to optimally drill, complete, stimulate, and produce from reservoirs. Academic institutes, the oil industry, and contribution from professional societies play a key role in recognizing geomechanics as an important discipline.
For technical innovation and skill progression for individuals and institutions, continual learning and exposure to new ideas is vital. SPE Certification provides an endorsement of an engineer’s technical skills and capabilities by a global organization that extends to anywhere you may travel or work—a highly desirable benefit given the global nature of oil and gas operations. For those who are in a job transition, networking enhances job search leads because it involves meeting new people and becoming reacquainted with industry colleagues. The Pay-It-Forward Networking Program offers industry tours, training, and panels to enable networking. This article features some of the SPE mentors who are currently accepting mentees, and they share their reasons for participating in the program.
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Brazil has vast resources still untapped in its mature field assets. Improved technologies and best practices are needed to further realize value. The improvement of recovery factors through reservoir characterization, new technology and operational excellence is the way to success. Discussion of key topics to improve production, recovery, cost-effectiveness and profitability. Discussion of key topics to improve production, recovery, cost-effectiveness and profitability.
The workshop provides opportunities for speakers to discuss current topics, share experiences based on the latest case studies, gain insights into best practices, and participate in informal debates amongst industry professionals. In addition, the workshop will is an excellent occasion for participants to network with fellow peers and exchange ideas on recent industry trends and global geopolitical challenges. It will address existing and emerging practices on valuation techniques and approaches used in the petroleum economic assessment process, while making an investment opportunity and decisions viable and sustainable during a period of low oil price. This workshop is the platform for discussion and sharing of ideas for a wide range of industry professionals, including practitioners of economics, corporate business planning, decision-making, regulation, legal, geosciences, engineering, and external consulting. It will address existing and emerging practices on valuation techniques and approaches used in the petroleum economic assessment process, while making an investment opportunity and decisions viable and sustainable during a period of low oil price.