This workshop, previously titled Advanced Wells in the Oilfield, was scheduled to take place 28th November - 1st December 2005 but has been postponed to 6-9 February 2006.
Well Construction has made huge advances in the past two decades allowing a large variety of well bores to be drilled through oil and gas reservoirs. This workshop covers horizontal wells, multi-lateral wells extended reach wells and high-angle sidetracks drilled with a drilling rig or a coiled tubing unit - either overbalanced or underbalanced.
The first part of the workshop focuses on matching the reservoir to the appropriate well technology - for many reservoirs conventional vertical or deviated wells still provide the best engineering solution. However, for many classes of reservoirs, the efficiency of hydrocarbon extraction and the overall economics can be improved by using advanced well technology.
The second part of the workshop focuses on cost-effective execution - optimising well productivity and recovery at the lowest cost. The workshop is being held in Moscow, Russia to give an opportunity to address advanced well applications in countries of Eastern Europe and Central Asia but contributions from all parts of the world will be welcome.
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Objective and Deliverables
Review status of advanced wells world wide
Review status in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
Assess how local technology can be adapted to drill and complete excellent advanced wells
Identify and remedy the shortcomings of advanced wells in implementing reservoir management strategies
Who Should Attend
The workshop is a limited attendance meeting for up to 70 people, designed for professionals in the oil and gas industry interested in applying the latest drilling and completion techniques to improve production and recovery and enable difficult-to-develop fields to be brought on stream. The workshop is aimed at people who work in the following areas:
Drilling, Completions and Well Servicing