The First & Only Horizontal Specific Congress Dedicated To Well
Intervention, Workover, Completions & Operations Professio...
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$400
With unconventional wells typically depleting 65–85% in the first year and another
20% in the subsequent years, ...
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Wednesday April 23, 2014

PLUG DRILLOUTS, CLEANOUT AND CORROSION MITIGATION

Day one will examine optimization of d...
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Thursday April 24, 2014

RE-COMPLETIONS, CEMENTING AND REMEDIAL IN INTERVENTIONS

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With unconventional wells typically depleting 65-85% in the first year and another 20% in the subsequent years, there is a growing impetus to optimize and innovate workover and well intervention operations to improve the life of existing wells and restore production to maximize the recovery of costly unconventional wells.

Innovations in coiled tubing, conveyance, eline and logging tools and the introduction of techniques for re-completions may ensure that depleting wells can be recovered and production maximized but such operations are not without significant cost implications and technical challenges. Unpredictable complications throughout production including damaged casing, blocked perforations and broken and lost equipment downhole incur great risk, come at a high cost to repair and can, of course, result in complete failure of the well. Additionally, the economic viability of re-completions operations is still relatively unknown and the technical challenges of re-fracturing are complex.

Operators therefore need to carefully consider the economic gamble in repairing a depleting well or potential in-fill drilling operations against the cost of drilling a new well. A balance must be struck between optimizing the cost and speed of workovers and remedial well intervention, while increasing the long-term effectiveness and safety of operations to reduce the economic risk of repairing wellbores and adequately extend the production time between workovers.

The Workover Optimization & Horizontal Well Intervention 2014 is the only E&P led forum to provide technical talks and case study based strategies on effective optimization and cost reduction of both workovers and remedial well interventions. Senior E&P presenters will examine techniques for optimizing plug drillouts, cleanouts, coiled tubing interventions, casing repairs and fishing and evaluate how to enable re-completions in depleting wells. The content of the detailed two-day agenda has been created entirely by workover and intervention professional across American unconventional oil and gas operators.

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Workover Optimization & Horizontal Well Intervention 2014

  1. 1. The First & Only Horizontal Specific Congress Dedicated To Well Intervention, Workover, Completions & Operations Professionals SAVE $400 Register By Friday February 21, 2014 April 23-24, 2014 | Houston | Texas Examining Techniques For Optimizing The Cost Of Workovers And Remedial Well Interventions And Assessing How To Economically Re-Stimulate Horizontal Wells After The Initial Production Decline Horizontal Well Intervention & Re-Stimulation Topics Being Discussed: • DRILLOUTS: Examining speed, availability and reach of stick pipe vs. coiled tubing drillouts to identify which method is most cost-effective • MILLING OPTIMIZATION: Comparing methods for selecting BHA and optimizing milling operations to shorten drillout time and effectively clean the hole • CORROSION MITIGATION: Examining chemical, mechanical and physical barriers Hear From Over 20 Leading E&Ps Including: Timothy Smith President Petro Lucrum Chad Touchett VP Completions & Production Bluescape Resources Omar Soto Senior Petroleum Engineer against corrosion development and how to target highly corrosive zones to cost- BP effectively reduce pipe damage Don Purvis Senior Technical Advisor • RE-COMPLETIONS: Strategies for recording and analyzing well conditions in depleting wells to locate un-stimulated zones and select optimal wells for re-completions • FLUID DIVERSION & ZONAL ISOLATION: How to reduce formation communication Marathon Oil Mike Cowan Senior Advisor - Cementing & Fluids Apache between existing perforations and annulus to achieve a high enough pressure and John Rowell flow rate for re-completions Shell • CASING REPAIRS: The comparative benefits, cost and applications for cement squeezes, patches and innovations in cementing to optimize remedial casing repairs Completions & Well Intervention Supervisor Doug Hogan Senior Workover & Completions Specialist Fidelity Oil & Gas Kass Copelin Organized By: M Follow us @UnconventOilGas Senior Operations Engineer Rio Oil & Gas w w w. w o r k o v e r- o p t i m i z a t i o n - 2 0 1 4 . c o m
  2. 2. SAVE $400 With unconventional wells typically depleting 65–85% in the first year and another 20% in the subsequent years, there is a growing impetus to optimize and innovate on workover and well intervention operations to improve the life of existing wells and restore production to maximize the recovery of costly unconventional wells. Innovations in coiled tubing, conveyance, eline and logging tools and the introduction of techniques for re-completions may ensure that depleting wells can be recovered and production maximized, but such operations are not without significant cost implications and technical challenges. Unpredictable complications throughout production including damaged casing, blocked perforations and broken and lost equipment downhole incur great risk, come at a high cost to repair and can, of course, result in complete failure of the well. Additionally, the economic viability of re-completions operations is still relatively unknown and the technical challenges of re-fracturing are complex. Operators therefore need to carefully consider the economic gamble in repairing a depleting well or potential in-fill drilling operations against the cost of drilling a new well. A balance must be struck between optimizing the cost and speed of workovers and remedial well intervention while increasing the long-term effectiveness and safety of operations to reduce the economic risk of repairing wellbores and adequately extend the production time between workovers. The Workover Optimization & Horizontal Well Intervention 2014 is the only E&P led forum to provide technical talks and case study based strategies on effective optimization and cost-reduction of both workovers and remedial well interventions. Senior E&P presenters will examine techniques for optimizing plug drillouts, cleanouts, coiled tubing interventions, casing repairs and fishing, and evaluate how to enable re-completions in depleting wells. The content of the detailed two-day agenda has been created entirely by workover and intervention professional across American unconventional oil & gas operators. Over two days, production, intervention and completions industry experts will evaluate the most reliable new developments in well servicing tools and technology including coiled tubing strength, fiber optic cable, eline and conveyance tools, expandable casings, workover fluid and corrosion mitigation innovations, straddle packers and dissolvable frac plugs and evaluate the cost of stick pipe vs coiled tubing interventions to determine the most cost-effective investment in well interventions is achieved. Venue Information: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Houston Greenway Plaza 6 E Greenway Plaza, Houston, Texas 77046, USA Tel: 1-713-629-1200 Web: http://goo.gl/OI35t6 Sponsorship And Exhibition Opportunities Available At The Congress Need to generate new sales leads, launch a new product, engage key decision makers, build new future business relationships in key markets, or simply educate the industry about a new product? Then you need to exhibit at the Workover Optimization & Horizontal Well Intervention 2014. Our busy exhibit area is an integral part of the congress and is of genuine practical value to delegates, who are looking for new solutions and technologies. Exhibiting at the congress will help you position yourself as a market leader and centre of excellence to the key decision makers in the industry. For further information, please contact: info@american-business-conferences.com or + (1) 800 721 3915 Register By Friday February 21, 2014 What Is Different About The Workover Optimization & Horizontal Well Intervention Congress 2014? • HORIZONTAL FOCUS: The only congress designed for the specific challenges facing onshore, horizontal well interventions and workovers to provide targeted solutions for the technical challenges that extended laterals present • E&P-LED: This is not a congress led by suppliers or researchers. Over 20 experts from operating companies will be speaking using technical case studies and cost-reduction strategies to demonstrate tried and tested methodologies for well interventions • REDUCING DOWNTIME FOCUS: The comprehensive two day agenda has been entirely designed towards the end goal of reducing down time and lowering costs of workovers and well interventions while increasing longevity of the wellbore • RE-COMPLETIONS FOCUS: Presenters on day two will focus on discussing the feasibility of re-completions in horizontal wells to enable dramatic recovery enhancement • PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS: All presentations have been developed to offer applicable, practical solutions to the specific group of workover, completions, production and operations professionals. This is not a congress analyzing problems – it is a congress delivering tried and tested solutions • LATEST TECHNOLOGIES: Operator case histories will demonstrate the efficiency of the very latest technologies being employed including innovative fiber optic coil, eline, tractoring, and logging technology to evaluate most efficient and cost-effective methods for conveyance and logging www.workover-optimization-2014.com (1) 800 721 3915 info@american-business-conferences.com
  3. 3. Day 1 Wednesday April 23, 2014 PLUG DRILLOUTS, CLEANOUT AND CORROSION MITIGATION Day one will examine optimization of drillouts and well cleanouts by analyzing BHA selection, stickpipe vs. coiled tubing drillouts, cleanout fluids and chemical treatment of scale, paraffin, hydrate and sand. Case studies will also specifically address mitigating pipe and casing corrosion downhole and strategies for gas well deliquification 8.30 Chair’s Opening Remarks DRILLOUTS: STICK PIPE VS. COILED TUBING CHEMICAL TREATMENT KEYNOTE: COILED TUBING VS. WORKOVER RIG 11.10 Examining Speed, Availability And Reach Of Stick Pipe Vs. Coiled Tubing Drillouts To Identify Which Method Is Most Cost-Effective 2.10 Optimizing Chemical Treatment Of Scale, Paraffin, Sand And Hydrate To Avoid Stuck Pipe And Optimize The Cost Of Spot Treatment Interventions 8.40 Examining The Decision Making Criteria Being Used For Selecting Coiled Tubing Units Vs. Workover Rigs: Risk Vs. Cost Vs. Add-Pay Potential • Comparing the added days on location vs. the lower daily rate of workover rigs to determine whether stickpipe interventions are cost-effective • Weighing the logistical challenges of attaining larger diameter coiled tubing and lateral limitations vs. quicker intervention times to determine cost saving potential with coiled tubing • Hearing how an operator prioritizes and schedules the volume of well work with available rigs and tubing units to optimize resources • Examining the severity of an intervention job and add-pay reserves potential of the well vs. the cost and production of a new well to determine if intervention is worthwhile • Analyzing the supply and demand of workover rigs and coiled tubing units in specific plays to understand supplier cost considerations Tim Smith, President, Petro Lucrum 9.10 Question & Answer Session WORKOVER PROGRAM MANAGEMENT Strategies For Restructuring And Implementing A Comprehensive Workover Program: Examples From A 1000 Well Field In The Permian Basin CASE STUDY: WORKOVER PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION 9.20 How An Operator Has Budgeted And Executed A Workover Program In The Permian To Restore Production On A 1000 Well Field, Improve Safety Procedures, And Decrease LOE • Explaining methods for improving workover reporting, scheduling, budgeting and resource allocation to track costs, time lost, and inefficiencies • Implementing restructured field procedures for pump changes and remedial interventions to drive down failure rates and increase productive time between workovers • Re-organizing and executing a comprehensive safety program to increase wellsite safety and improve operational standards • Selecting a budget and rig count based on BOE and failure rate to optimize costs and scheduling and use of rigs and equipment Kellen Mcloughlin, Production Engineer, SandRidge Energy 9.50 Question & Answer Session 10.00 Morning Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area DRILLOUT OPTIMIZATION Evaluating Bha For Milling Operations And Discussing The Pros And Cons Of Stick Pipe Vs. Coiled Tubing Drillouts To Improve Drillout Speed And Cost PANEL: BHA FOR DRILLOUTS 10.30 Comparing Methods For Selecting BHA And Optimizing Milling Operations To Shorten Drillout Time And Effectively Clean The Hole • Determining the severity of doglegs and bends downhole to evaluate • Thoroughly examining the scale, paraffin, sand, corrosion Doug Hogan, Senior Workover & Completions Specialist, Fidelity Oil & Gas and hydrate tendencies of the wellbore to determine optimal treatment requirements • Analyzing the fluid capabilities and volume of H2S scavengers necessary to tackle the formation requirements • Evaluating filtration options for produced water to adequately remove solids and debris before mixing with chemical treatments for workover fluid • Examining chemical treatment options for blocking sand production while maintaining fluid production • Determining the maximum temperature and pressure levels at which hydrate begins to forms to pinpoint the geo-thermal gradient at which hydrate cannot produce • Evaluating methanol and kinetic inhibitors to prevent hydrate blockages in gas wells 11.40 Question & Answer Session David Gonzales, VP Operations, Logos Resources 11.50 Lunch In Exhibition Showcase Area 2.40 Question & Answer Session the necessity of using stick pipe to reach lateral depth easier • Examining the cost and availability of workover rigs for stick pipe vs. coiled tubing units to identify which is most accessible and cost-effective • Analyzing the time it takes to employ stick pipe vs. coiled tubing and the projected well result and workover costs to identify the optimal equipment choice • Evaluating the use of dissolvable ball plugs to determine whether the results, cost and time spent are feasible to standard drillout operations OPTIMIZING CLEANOUTS ON LIVE WELLS Selecting Workover Fluid Systems For Cleaning Holes While Maintaining Pressure And Well Control WORKOVER FLUID SELECTION 12.50 How Operators Are Selecting Fluid Systems For Cleanouts And Remedial Interventions To Manage Under Pressured Wells And Prevent Getting Stuck Downhole • Analyzing the composition, viscosity and temperature limitations of various fluids to evaluate the ideal fluids for cleanout: • Water-based • Gel systems/gel pills • Oil-based • Foams • Determining the optimal pumping rate, volume of fluids and proper use of seeps to achieve zero pressure and reach the toe of the well • Evaluating the amount of pipe-on-pipe tubing lubricant and friction reducer required to manage drag and friction lines downhole • Outlining the use of temporary blocking agents to improve lost circulation of fluids and block off frac stages and target specific zones Andy Davidson, Completions & Wellsite Supervisor, Anadarko Petroleum 1.20 Question & Answer Session CORROSION AND CHEMICAL TREATMENT Strategies For Creating Effective Barriers To Corrosion Development And Examining Chemical Treatment Of Scale, Paraffin, Sand And Hydrate To Prevent Stuck Pipe CORROSION MITIGATION 1.30 Examining Chemical, Mechanical And Physical Barriers Against Corrosion Development And How To Target Highly Corrosive Zones To Cost-Effectively Reduce Pipe Damage • Hearing how operators are altering the metal chemistry of optimally reduces torque and drag, removes various sized cuttings and is compatible with high temperatures and pressures: • Motor • Bit • Agitator • Bi-directional jars • Circulating subs • Disconnects, backpressure valves • Analyzing which circulating rate, torque and RMPs to run to avoid burning out the motor while optimizing drillout time • Determining whether cast iron or composite bridge plugs used in completions can enable faster drillout times the pipe by adjusting chrome and carbon levels to effectively reduce corrosion prone content in the metal • Discussing the durability and effectiveness of fitting physical barriers such as plastic coating or epoxy pipe to prevent corrosion • Classifying the minimum amount of corrosion inhibitor chemicals required to prevent corrosion and reduce chemical costs • Locating high corrosion producing zones and utilizing coiled tubing to pin-point corrosion prone zones and reduce overall treatment costs • Knowing the gas/oil/water ratio and optimal velocity flow stream at which to pump to control friction on pipe and slow down corrosion development • Examining the use of cathodic protection systems to effectively protect the casing and divert corrosion production Kevin Gressett, Consultant, Bluescape Resources John Rowell, Completions & Well Intervention, Shell 11.00 Question & Answer Session 2.50 Afternoon Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area PIPE AND COILED TUBING INNOVATION Hearing Innovations In Coiled Tubing Design To Successfully Reach Lateral Depth And Maximizing Pipe Strength And Fatigue Cycles To Extend Life Of Pipe And Tubing COILED TUBING REACH 3.20 Evaluating Strategies For Extending The Reach Of Coiled Tubing To Reach Lateral Depth Without Surpassing The Strength Limits Of The Tubing • Determining the optimal size of coil used for cleanouts to understand if larger sized coiled tubing can effectively reach longer depths given the additional weight in the lateral • Evaluating the use of oscillating tools, friction reducer, and downhole beads to reduce torque and drag and enable coil to reach total depth • Analyzing the successful use of tractoring tools to pull coiled tubing to depth without getting stuck • Discussing innovations in flat-pack coiled tubing to withstand deeper lengths and optimize cleanouts and stimulation operations 3.50 Question & Answer Session PIPE INNOVATIONS 4.00 Hearing How The Latest Pipe Innovations Are Reducing Fatigue Cycles On Pipes To Lengthen Lifecycle And Reduce Equipment And Workover Costs • Examining the predictability of failure on coiled tubing to understand the current fatigue life expected on pipe and workstring • Discussing the cost considerations and potential advantages of renting vs. owning workstring and pipe to save cost on treatment and ensure quality of materials • Training and understanding proper handling, tightening techniques and tubing installation of materials to avoid wasted time and material cost caused by preventable dents and scrapes • Hearing about innovations in pipe fatigue cycles and strength limitations on coiled tubing, production pipe and other downhole tubing materials Lara Burgess, Completions Engineer, Talisman Energy 4.30 Question & Answer Session GAS WELL DELIQUIFICATION Strategies For Unloading Liquid From Gas Wells To Restore Production At Low Cost 2.00 Question & Answer Session • Comparing BHA for milling operations to determine which selection GAS WELL DELIQUIFICATION 4.40 How An Operator Is Optimizing Gas Well Deliquification To Lift Liquids And Restore Gas Production • Examining each fluid’s limitation to the hydrostatic pressure downhole to understand what composition and weight can effectively lift liquids • Weighing the benefit of having onsite nitrogen generation to lift fluids vs. the potential corrosion caused by the resultant oxygen downhole • Evaluating the use of pumps downhole to assist in unloading liquids on gas wells and prevent liquid loading Omar Soto, Senior Petroleum Engineer, BP 5.10 Question & Answer Session 5.20 Chair’s Closing Remarks www.workover-optimization-2014.com (1) 800 721 3915 info@american-business-conferences.com
  4. 4. Day 2 Thursday April 24, 2014 RE-COMPLETIONS, CEMENTING AND REMEDIAL IN INTERVENTIONS Day two will evaluate the potential of re-completions in depleted wellbores by determining the add-pay potential and discussing completions design to facilitate re-completions, and isolating new zones to effectively re-stimulate depleted wells. Day two will also discuss the latest case studies on cementing repairs, fishing operations and current technologies for eline to refine remedial well interventions 8.30 Chair’s Opening Remarks RE-COMPLETIONS Discussing Initial Completions Design To Enable ReCompletions Interventions, Examining Zonal Isolation, Fluid Diversion And Adequate Well Conditions For ReCompletions REMEDIAL ACIDIZING AND JETWASHING TREATMENTS Examining Methodologies And Innovations In Acidizing And Jet Washing To Open Fractures Without Causing Damage To The Well PANEL: ENABLING RE-COMPLETION REMEDIAL ACIDIZING AND JET WASHING 8.40 Plug And Perf, Sliding Sleeve And Straddle Packers: Assessing Which Method Is Most Conducive To Re-Completions 11.10 Examining Strategies For Targeting Acid And Jet • Examining the initial completions configuration to determine what the limitations are for re-completions • Evaluating the effectiveness of a re-closeable sliding sleeve completion design to enable isolation of fracture stages and facilitate re-completion • Hearing about the ability of straddle packers to effectively isolate zones and enable re-completions in a fractured, tight reservoir • Examining whether you can use a set of packers and bridge plugs to isolate zones • Assessing the applicability and cost of using coiled tubing for re-completions fracturing Chad Touchet, VP Operations, Bluescape Resources Don Purvis, Senior Technical Advisor, Marathon Oil Kass Copelin, Senior Operations Engineer, Rio Oil & Gas 9.10 Question & Answer Session WELL CONDITIONS FOR RE-COMPLETION 9.20 Strategies For Recording And Analyzing Well Conditions In Depleting Wells To Locate Un-Stimulated Zones And Select Optimal Wells For Re-Completions • Discussing evaluation tools and bond logs in fractured wells to understand the degree of wellbore damage and determine whether it is viable to re-complete • Innovations in determining the rock mechanics of depleting wells to discern where remaining minimum and maximum stress zones are oriented and determine zones for re-completions • Determining the optimal distance from existing intervals to re-complete to ensure the stimulation of new rock without further risking wellbore integrity • Examining conveyance methods for logging tools in depleted horizontal wells to identify productive and nonproductive intervals Todd Wiley, Senior Operations Engineer, Legend Natural Gas 9.50 Question & Answer Session 10.00 Morning Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area FLUID DIVERSION AND ZONAL ISOLATION 10.30 Hearing How An Operator Is Reducing Formation Communication Between Existing Perforations And Annulus To Achieve A High Enough Pressure And Flow Rate For Re-Completion • Discussing the effectiveness of diverting agent to adequately reach specific zones, seal off perforations and minimize pressure influx above a packer • Quantifying the amount of diverting agent necessary to isolate zones without causing casing damage • Examining potential methods of shutting off the flow to the annulus side to maintain well pressure required for re-completion operationTrialing the use of temporary plugging techniques such as bio balls to block existing perforations 11.00 Question & Answer Session Strategic Insights And Interactive Discussion Washing Stimulation To Stimulate Fractures Without Causing Casing And Perforation Damage • Selecting acid treatment to eliminate tortuosity and re- condition the wellbore • Evaluating the rock type and well temperature, pressure and condition to determine whether acid treatment or jet washing would be most effective • Determining the optimal rate and speed at which to pump acid to reach the formation without damaging wellbore and creating emulsion or acid reactions • Examining the use of gelled acid systems and cross-link polymer chains to raise viscosity and delay the flow of acid to control etching in the zone • Examining the use of jet-washing to effectively remove scale blockages and restore production without damaging the formation 11.40 Question & Answer Session 11.50 Lunch In Exhibition Showcase Area FISHING AND CONVEYANCE TOOLS Case Study On A Successful Extended Lateral Fishing Operation And Examining Innovations In Electric And Fiber Optic Conveyance Tools To Optimize Remedial Interventions CASE STUDY: FISHING 1.30 Examining The Tools And Techniques That An Operator Has Employed To Fish Out Of An Extended Lateral Well At Low Cost • Examining the size threshold on specific tools to optimize tool selection for recovering larger, deeper items and to minimize time and cost: • Grapple • Overshot • Jars • Spears • ID/OD cutters/cut right • Identifying options for lift and recovery of an item once it has been hooked to avoid reaching the fatigue limit on the fishing pipe • Evaluating the usefulness of downhole cameras on eline to identify the size and dimensions of the item and determine if it is worth the time and investment • Discussing the effectiveness of an impression block tool as a low cost alternative to downhoe cameras to adequately identify the shape and impression of the stuck item downhole • Discussing how an operator has used make-shift tool modifications to successfully latch onto odd-shaped items William Bedford, West Texas Operations Manager, Greenleaf Resources CEMENTING REPAIRS 2.00 Question & Answer Session Discussing Innovations In Cementing To Block-Off ELINE AND FIBER OPTIC COIL Depleted Stages And Case New Zones For Re-Completion, And Optimizing Casing Repairs In Remedial Interventions CASING REPAIRS 12.50 Hearing The Comparative Benefits, Cost And Applications For Cement Squeezes, Patches And Innovations In Cementing To Optimize Remedial Casing Repairs • How operators are effectively circulating cement from bottom to surface in low frac gradients and high pressures to avoid formation damage and lost cement downhole • Discussing the development of low density cement that can be pumped easier throughout the well while retaining the same degree of strength • Evaluating the use of seal tight to repair minor leaks and tears and save on costly workovers 2.10 Highlighting The Applications And Durability Of Eline And Fiber Optic Coil Technologies For Logging And Tractoring To Determine Feasibility Of Use • Identifying innovations in eline tractoring units to reach longer lateral depth without failure to understand current limitations • Examining the durability and accuracy of readings taken with fiber optic coil to determine the practicality of investing in smart coil tubing • Evaluating if reducing the total runs downhole with fiber optic coil outweighs the maintenance time required at surface to determine if it is cost-effective • Discussing the potential of logging while tractoring tools for eline to reduce runs downhole • Identifying telemetry issues with the use of fiber optic coil and eline tools to understand limitations for receiving signal from downhole 2.40 Question & Answer Session 2.50 Chair’s Closing Remarks 3.00 End Of Conference • Determining the exact size and location of casing damage downhole to pin point the cement for squeeze jobs and adequately plug the hole • Understanding the differential pressure limitations, hole size, and pipe ID that are conducive to the use of cement patches to select the optimal method for specific repairs Mike Cowan, Senior Advisor - Cementing & Fluids, Apache 1.20 Question & Answer Session Extended Networking Opportunities I really enjoyed hearing about actual field experiences from my peers. Good to see cooperation among companies in the petroleum industry Whiting Petroleum Engage In Open Discussions www.workover-optimization-2014.com (1) 800 721 3915 info@american-business-conferences.com
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