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  • 1. Researched & Organized by: WHAT HAS BEEN SAID ABOUT THE D&A SUMMIT... “Great forum. Very beneficial to see how others are handling decommissioning abandonment issues.” SAVE $400 David Bowman, Petroleum Engineer, Nexen Petroleum 5th annual register before Jan 25, 2013 Decommissioning & Abandonment Summit, Gulf of Mexico March 19-21 2013, Royal Sonesta Hotel, Houston, TX, USA Evaluate decommissioning approaches to improve efficiencies, cut costs and reduce your offshore liabilities359 platforms are scheduled for removal in 2013 Regulatory Update From:in the GoM - Join the only conference bringing BSEE (Bureau of Safety andtogether the entire decommissioning community! Environmental Enforcement)> Regulatory Updates: Hear the latest regulatory and legislative issues surrounding decommissioning in the Gulf of Mexico to ensure Operator Perspectives – MAJORS: compliance on your future projects> Well Plugging and Abandonment: Understand challenges surrounding offshore well P&A and the new techniques which can ensure safe and effective P&A execution on your wells> Project Planning: Review the strategic approaches to Operator Perspectives – independents: decommissioning by some of the most experienced industry experts to guarantee a safe and cost-effective abandonment program> Environmental Challenges: Address the latest environmental challenges that could slow down your decommissioning advancements by fully understanding environmental impacts Other expert Speakers from:> Cost Assessment: Guarantee a comprehensive and accurate decommissioning cost estimation to ensure accurate budgeting and forecasting on your future projects ENERGY INSTITUTE Pre-Conference Workshops Conference Exhibition On March 19, DecomWorld will be • 800+ senior level executives The worlds largest offshore running high-level workshops covering • Technological innovations reviewed decommissioning focussed salvage, international decommissioning • Unrivalled networking exhibition will boast 60+ booths and general decommissioning to give • Keynote presentations in 2013 allowing you to review the you all the tools you need to perfect leading solutions available to the •  tracks covering Well P&A 2 your decommissioning strategy decommissioning industry and FacilitiesGold SponsorS: SILVER Lunch NETWORKING ZONE SPONSORS: SponsorS: Sponsors: “Very informative and much more detailed than most conferences.” Jeff Arnoldi, Global Registration Sponsors: Commissioning & Handover Lead, ConocoPhillips www.decomworld.com/decommissioning
  • 2. Gulf of Mexico Decommissioning Market AnalysisWith approximately 2,996 production platforms (distinguished fromdrilling rigs) on the U.S. Outer Continental Shelf (OCS), BSEE records Extra Features For 2013indicate that 813 platforms currently fit the criteria of idle iron or arenon-producing in this region.  For 2013, DecomWorld have introducedWith such a huge number of platforms for the industry to decommission, some new features that will helpit is more important than ever to share best practice approaches, new operators and contractors alike addresstechnological breakthroughs and project case studies to ensure that all their toughest decommissioningprojects are completed on time and on budget. challenges. Based on over 50 research calls with the leading industryBelow is the breakdown from BSEE on the non-producing assets stakeholders, this year you can benefitwithin their jurisdiction  from:> 258 are on Expired/Terminated/Relinquished Leases • 800 senior level attendees for you to> 432 have enough material to be considered under Rigs-to-Reefs: meet and network with over 3 days of business development •  nly 156 are in water depths that would allow for ‘Reefing-in-place’ O> 6 Permit Applications were denied for Rigs-to-Reefs issues • 3 value adding workshops as part of the conference price giving •  for toppled/damaged facilities with not enough material, too 5 you insights on approaches to close to existing reef sites, etc.) decommissioning challenges in the •  of the 6 Denied Applications were resubmitted for complete 5 Gulf of Mexico to help you to create a removal/disposal on shore flawless decommissioning strategy> 386 Structures have actually been reefed since 1973 under a state • 60+ booth exhibitor hall to give you artificial reef plan the latest technologies available to> 9 Removal Applications currently pending with Rigs-to-Reefs help increase efficiencies and drive proposals. down costs on your decommissioning projects 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012Removal • The Decommissioning OperatorPermits 129 218 154 141 185 173 227 281 254 318 93 Group and OGP will be running theirApproved decommissioning meetings during thePlatformsRemoved 111 159 190 122 108 153 151 226 212 260 23 conference giving you the chance toSource: Statistics for Decommissioned Platforms on the OCS (BSEE Website) network with the top decommissioning managersThe Decommissioning and Abandonment Summit will take placeon March 19-21, 2013 and is the only place where youll be able tohear from the key operators driving their decommissioning plansforward, BSEE experts on regulatory & licensing updates AND the major Decommissioning Survey Questiontechnology & service providers producing innovative new ideas for With 359 Platforms scheduled for removal inthe industry. This information will help you form a complete, successful the GoM in 2013 - do you continue to seestrategy based on the latest information and updates. the industry as a good business opportunity for contractors?Not only that - but youll be able to meet, network and shareinformation with over 800+ senior decommissioning decision makers. YesAt a time when liabilities are high and work is plenty - can you affordnot to attend? NoI look forward to seeing you in Houston, TX in March 2013.Kindest Regards 93.9% 6.1%Dean Murphy, Head of Sector, DecomWorldUS Toll Free: 1800 814 3459 ext 7204 Int: +44 (0) 207 375 7204Email: dmurphy@decomworld.com Source: Gulf of Mexico Decommissioning Market Assessment 2012 (DecomWorld). Visit www.decomworld.com/decommissioning or phone US TOLL FREE: 1800 814 3459
  • 3. D&A Summit 2013 at a Glance Pre-Conference Workshops - March 19 Networking Drinks Party Not only will your offshore decommissioning efforts benefit from On the evening of March insight delivered by the most respected industry experts, you 19, DecomWorld will host a can also take part in the free pre-conference workshops with networking drinks party – book purchase of any tickets... the below will take place on March 19 this in your diary now to meet and network with the key Workshop 1: General Decommissioning decision makers within the Workshop 2: Salvage and Decommissioning offshore decommissioning Workshop 3: International Projects and Opportunities Abroad industry Conference - March 20-21 The Decommissioning and Abandonment Summit 2013 will unite Reserve your place amongst the key industry the leaders of the offshore decommissioning industry in Houston, TX decision makers and thought leaders today! this March. From our extensive and independent research, we have Take full advantage of our early booking handpicked the most qualified executive speakers from companies discounts via our website including BSEE, Chevron, Shell, BP, ExxonMobil, Apache, Taylor Energy, www.decomworld.com/decommissioning Stone Energy , Enbridge Energy and more to share expert insights and or, the registration form enclosed at the business models for success within the decommissioning sector. back of this brochure. Event at a glance MORNING AFTERNOON EVENING March 19 OGP Workshop (Members Only) Open Workshops Networking Drinks Party Pre-Conference Workshops DCOG Workshop (Members Only) March 20 Keynote Presentations Keynote Presentations Networking Drinks Party Conference Day 1 March 21 Track 1 - Wells & Pipelines Track 1 - Wells & Pipelines End of Conference  Conference Day 2 T  rack 2 - Facilities Track 2 - Facilities Exhibition Sign up now to secure the best booth of the exhibition floor and give your products and services the competitive edge Meet directly with your best prospects and clients as the D&A Summit is the one event where industry leaders make informed For more information on procurement decisions Sponsorship and Exhibition Sign up early to capitalise on pre-event visibility via our network of Opportunities, key industry players to guarantee that the industry and press talk contact Everad MacIndoe about YOU! now at Don’t forget that the D&A Summit exhibition floor is the place 1800 814 3459 ext 7560 or where all the deals are made; products are launched, showcased emacindoe@decomworld.com and demonstrated Do the right thing for your company and book your space now before the floor sells outConnect with DecomWorld on and become a part of the global knowledge sharing forum focussed purely on decommissioning!
  • 4. Hand-picked decommissioning experts will discussthe latest innovations and industry trends Major Operators Independent Operators Drew Hunger, Win Thornton, Decommissioning Manager, Vice President – Decommissioning, Apache Corporation BP Mike Cowan, Randall Abadie, Senior Advisor - Fluids and Cementing, Senior Staff Civil Engineer, Apache Corporation Shell Exploration & Production Company Herb Pourciau, Decommissioning Construction Project Manager, Felix Medine III, Apache Corporation Stf C&WI Engineer, Shell Exploration Pete Peterson, & Production Company Project Manager, Apache Corporation Decommissioning Representative, Chevron Gary Siems, Decommissioning Manager, Stone Energy Regulatory Representatives and Cynthia Roney, Associations Manager - Regulatory Compliance, Enbridge Energy Will Pecue, Timothy M. Beaver, President, President, Taylor Energy American Salvage Association Other Confirmed Speaking GROUP BOOKING DISCOUNTS - Organisations Include: BRING YOUR TEAM... Maximise the benefits to your business and ensure valuable lessons make it back to the office by sending your team to this event. Qualify for a group discount? Call DecomWorld now on 1800 814 3459 ext 7204 and ask for a quote! ENERGY INSTITUTEGold Sponsors: Silver Sponsors: Lead Exhibitors: • National Oilfield Varco • Javeler Marine Services • Global Diving & Salvage • Trinity Tool RentalLunch Sponsors: networking zone Sponsors: Registration Sponsors: Exhibitors: • Holloway Houston • Mississippi Department of • Aqua-Tech Services Marine Resources • Cochrane Technologies, Inc. • McDonough Marine Service • Siemens Energy • Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Visit www.decomworld.com/decommissioning or phone US TOLL FREE: 1800 814 3459
  • 5. Stats and Facts for 2013’s D&A Summit Attendee Synopsis Who You’ll Meet… In 2012, we had over 750 people at the D&A Summit With over 750 attendees at the event in 2012, all of the key players and have assessed the individuals involved to help working in the region were represented with large delegations. you to decide if the event is for you: Below is a snapshot of some of the companies who were involved: Company Types Government Organisations Including: • Bureau of Ocean Energy • Mississippi Department of Management Marine Resources • Bureau of Safety & • Texas Parks & Wildlife Environmental Enforcement Department • LA Department of Wildlife and Fisheries • Business Development 32% Oil and Gas Operator Companies Including: Projects 23% C-Level and VP 21% • Anadarko • Marathon Oil Company Engineering 14% • Apache Corporation • McMoRan Oil & Gas Unknown 6% Regulatory 2% • Arena Energy • Nexen Petroleum Consultant/Lawyer 2% • BHP Billiton • Nippon Oil Exploration • Black Elk Energy • PETROCI • BP • Renaissance Offshore JOB TYPES • Chevron • ROC Oil (Bohai) Company • ConocoPhillips • Shell • Dynamic Offshore Resources • Stone Energy • Enbridge Energy • Swift Energy • Eni Petroleum • Taylor Energy Company • ExxonMobil • W&T Offshore • Fairfield Energy • Williams Midstream • Maersk Oil Houston Oil Operator Companies 18% ...as well as hundreds of different service Integrated 17% providers and contractors working in the region Well P&A 16% Heavy Lift/Barges/Cranes/Salvage 15% Tooling 7% Conference History: Survey/Excavation/Jetting/Inspection 5% Recycling / Scrap / Cleaning 5% Since its inception in 2009, the D&A Summit has had over 1,500 different ROV & Diving 5% attendees from 400+ decommissioning organizations in Cutting 4% 18 countries. Consulting 4% Govt. Body 3% >  ver 350 companies with decommissioning services have attended O Environmental 1% the conference >  0 different national, major & independent oil companies represented 5 As a first time attendee, the summit allowed me an opportunity to network with others in >  0+ different companies have exhibited & over 25 companies have 7 my niche of the business, meet others above sponsored the event and below stream of my position in the >  ver 100 senior decommissioning expert speakers have shared their O project, and see the general state of GOM experience at the summit decommissioning. L.T. Cooper, EDG, Inc.Connect with DecomWorld on and become a part of the global knowledge sharing forum focussed purely on decommissioning!
  • 6. Exhibition & Sponsorship Opportunities for 2013TAILOR MADE SPONSORSHIP OPTIONS BUILD YOUR OWN PACKAGEThe 5th Annual Decommissioning and Abandonment IN 3 SIMPLE STEPSSummit offers you an excellent range of sponsorship andexhibition opportunities to suit every need and budget. Unlike many other industry trade shows, exhibitions andWe will tailor make a sponsorship package to your needs conferences, our packages are not standard “one-size-fits-meaning that you can speak, build your brand and get all”. You tell us and we build it whatever your budget!exposure for your technology and services in front of the 1. Make a list of your most important aimsleading decommissioning stakeholders. Exhibition booth Brand visibilityDo not miss out on the unrivalled opportunity in our 60 Private meetings Breakfast briefingsbooth exhibition hall. Do business and secure sales from Seatdrops Speaking slotsthe leading decommissioning operators and contractors! Conference branding Segment sponsorVERY LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE… 2. Work out your budgetContact us now to secure your spot! Speak with your marketing team and decide on your annual conference investment – make sure you assign the right budget to the right show! No matter what your Opportunities available include: budget total, we will work with you to build a package that achieves your aims and exceeds expectations > 1 to 1 meetings with key decision makers 3. Call Everad at DecomWorld to discuss your package > Take a speaking slot and address over 800 industry leaders now! > Show off your latest products in the exhibition hall Our exhibition space regularly sells out weeks in advance of the conference. So call today to make sure you secure > Build your brand with exclusive promotional opportunities your spot before you miss the chance > Host interactive workshops, networking sessions and secure high level branding of conference materials CALL NOW Everad MacIndoe at 1800 814 3459 ext 7560 or email emacindoe@decomworld.com LIMITED OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE! CALL NOW Everad MacIndoe at 1800 814 3459 ext 7560 "Excellent opportunity to network with the or email emacindoe@decomworld.com principle players in the industry and to learn the latest in technological advances," Damian Sandheinrich, Petroleum Services Section Chief, PSC Industrial OutsourcingFloorplan FREIGHT ENTRANCE EXIT FRT.DOOR 13X13 SERVICE AREA EXIT 51 50 49 48 47 46 EXIT EXIT EXIT EXIT EXIT EXIT COFFEE 45 PHONES PHONES BUSINESS 53 52 PHONES CENTER MEN 40 41 42 43 44 (DISCOVERY CENTER) EXIT 39 38 37 36 35 34 WOM 31 32 54 30 NETWORKING 33 ZONE (DISCOVERY PRE-FUNCTION) 29 28 27 EXIT 22 23 24 25 26 55 21 18 17 16 15 20 19 (LEGENDS BALLROOM) MEETING ZONE COFFEE 14 CONFERENCE 56 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 6 FX 57 UP ENTRANCE 62 61 60 59 58 4 5 MEN WOMEN (LEGENDS PRE-FUNCTION) 2 3 CEILING HEIGHTS 63 UP ELEVATORS REGISTRATION 10 X 10 8X 8 LEGENDS & DISCOVERY PRE FUNCTIONS: 12’ / 3.65m DISCOVERY CENTER 22’ / 6.7m 1 ION L ECT COL BAG Register now at www.decomworld.com/decommissioning
  • 7. conference day 1 March 20 Conference Workshops (Taking Place over March 19-20) General Decommissioning Salvage Workshop International Workshop Workshop Moderator: Decommissioning Projects Workshop Moderators: Timothy M. Beaver, President, American and Opportunities Abroad Win Thornton, Vice President - Salvage Association Decommissioning, BP Brian Twomey, Managing Director, Reverse EngineeringDecomWorld Welcome Working with the Regulator: Section 3: Decommissioning Project Best Practice Approaches PlanningDean Murphy, Head of Sector, DecomWorld • Review an example on how the permitting process would work in an Cost Effective Decommissioning -Chairmans Opening Remarks ideal world with timelines and steps on Improving on Traditional Methods: Part 2 how to complete the process without • Review the new model of completing The main conference day will be incurring a fine decommissioning work concurrently rather than chaired by: • Review the reasoning behind the using the traditional sequential methods to save Will Pecue, 18month timelines and steps that you time and money on your projects President, can take to ensure compliance • See actual performance data and Taylor Energy lessons learned from Stone Energys 2012 • Take a look at the penalties and fines that may be imposed on operators decommissioning campaign to help assess the for non-compliance as well as the effectiveness of this modelSection 1: Decommissioning circumstances in which they may be • Understand the key considerations in applyingOverview issued the model to any decommissioning program and whether or not it may be suitable for youDecommissioning Market Section 2: Environmental Gary Siems, Decommissioning Manager,Assessment for the Gulf of Mexico Approaches Stone Energy• Review the main drivers for decommissioning in the Gulf of Mexico Rigs-to-Reef Program Update Deep Water Decommissioning: to gain a clearer idea of where your Challenges Addressed • Review the political changes that are resources and time need to be spent currently in discussion and how these • Understand the challenges ahead when• Assess the major economic issues faced may affect the rigs-to-reef process in assessing the costs of deep water when moving into deep and ultra-deep future years decommissioning and the steps you can take to water decommissioning projects to ensure mitigate financial risks • Address the key concerns of all parties that you have a more focussed company affected by rigs-to-reef to understand • Appreciate the importance of planning ahead of strategy how the renewed debate on this topic time for deep water decommissioning projects to• Gain insight into market forecasting and will affect you guarantee an incident-free deep water project decommissioning risk metrics that quantify •Understand the pros and cons of the rigs • Review the new technologies and approaches company decommissioning exposure to reef program and the future for this available to the offshore industry that will mitigateEric Smith, Associate Director, strategy to help you plan for potential risk during deep water decommissioningTulane University: Energy Institute changes Shell Representative Drew Hunger, Decommissioning Manager,Government Updates and Apache CorporationProgress The Challenges with SEMS during Decommissioning• Review an update on the current status of BSEE and how new training and hiring • Review the challenges associated with Safety and programs have advanced within the Environmental Management Systems (SEMS) and organisation how reorganizing day to day operations will assist your operations• Address the difference between the multiple districts and evaluate the • Look at best practice ways to measure the pros and cons of a more standardized effectiveness of your SEMS programs as well as the approach overall benefits to the company to understand how they can be implemented within your organization• Review the expectations from BSEE for offshore decommissioning and gain an • Assess key lessons learned during the update on the current status of permit implementation of a SEMS program and the applications in the Gulf of Mexico changes that can be made to ensure your approaches are more effective Connect with DecomWorld on LinkedIn and become a part of the global knowledge sharing forum focussed purely on decommissioning!
  • 8. conference day 1 conference day 2 March 20 March 21Subsea Decommissioning Ensco Rig 74 Leg Salvage SM 149 Wells and Pipelines Track• Review the decommissioning regulations • Assess how Apache salvaged damaged Chairmans Opening Remarks applicable to pipelines and subsea rig legs submerged below the water equipment and the challenges that you line and leaning over active pipelines will need to overcome during this after Hurricane Ike and how this can Sealing Bubbling Wells: A New• Understand more about what needs be applied to your hurricane damaged Approach to be decommissioned subsea and the assets • Assess the sealant options available to you highest priorities for operators when • Hear about the removal of the when battling with bubbling wells to ensure undertaking subsea work overhanging rig leg sections and the you have given thought to all potential resulting challenges experienced on this solutions• Assess some of the previous subsea decommissioning projects that have project and how you can implement • Review the pros and cons for different similar techniques to your projects available sealant products to assess their been undertaken worldwide to take viability when using them to tackle your away key lessons learned for your future • Understand the main issues encountered bubbling wells projects during the excavation and salvage of all three legs of Ensco Rig 74 and • Hear about the approaches that ApacheBrian Twomey, Managing Director, have taken to review sealants for bubbling the key lessons learned that can beReverse Engineering wells and take away key lessons learned for implemented on your decommissioning your future well issues portfolioDecommissioning Campaign Mike Cowan, Senior Advisor - Fluids &Management Approaches Pete Peterson, Project Manager, Apache Cementing, Apache Corporation• Address the importance of upfront planning for decommissioning and the Section 5: Industry Innovation Well P&A Regulations Update: How implications when your projects are not for Decommissioning Will This Affect Decommissioning? addressed far enough in advance • Understand the changes that could be• Evaluate project management Industry Collaboration made to abandonments with coiled tubing strategies and approaches that can be • Understand the benefits of working and BOPs and how this will affect your well implemented to minimize project risks together as an industry to share best P&A work and deliver successful results practice approaches in order to • Hear lessons learned from well plugging• Hear about the management tools streamline your decommissioning process and abandonment projects to aid future in place to assist in planning for • Hear about the importance of sharing applications and drive efficiencies for your decommissioning as well as lessons upcoming projects common challenges in order to advance learned to help prepare for the decommissioning capabilities throughout • Review the expectations for well P&A from execution of your future projects the supply chain to ensure your future the regulator in order to improve your projects run smoothly project efficiencies in the Gulf of MexicoSection 4: Operator Case • Review the advantages of forgingStudies partnerships and alliances when SM 11 B: Decommissioning of competing for decommissioning a Leaning Platform with WellsChevron Case Study: Single Lift contracts to create a more appealing Buckled Below the Mud LineRemoval Project bid for operators to consider • Assess the difficulties encountered when decommissioning a leaning platform and• Review the challenges that Chevron Win Thornton, Vice President - wells buckled below the mud line and how had to overcome when preparing for Decommissioning, BP they were addressed during this project the 2,700T single lift and rotation of an • Review the challenges encountered offshore jacket to take away key lessons Technological Updates for during engineering, procurement, planning, learned Decommissioning excavation, well diagnostics and plug and• Understand the importance of • Hear about the operator funded abandonment of wells that had to be performing a full structural integrity projects currently in place to encourage overcome by Apache on this project assessment before undertaking a lifting technological innovation in the offshore • Take away some key lessons learned that project to ensure you are fully prepared oil and gas sector you can implement on similar projects for any structural issues that may be • Learn more about prototype Pete Peterson, Project Manager, encountered developments that are currently Apache Corporation• Assess the cost savings to Chevron being commercialized to see how including a saving on 20 days of Derrick they could be utilized in your future Barge time to see the benefits of taking decommissioning projects this approach to your future lifting • Study the gaps in the decommissioning projects market where new products or servicesChevron Representative are needed in order to drive down your costs and ensure project success Visit www.decomworld.com/decommissioning or phone US TOLL FREE: 1800 814 3459
  • 9. conference day 2March 21 Facilities Track Chairmans Opening RemarksLong-Term Performance for Well Salvage vs Decommissioning Cutting Methods forP&A Panel Session Panel Session Decommissioning Panel Session• Understand the importance of • Consider the benefits the salvage • Discover details of new cutting monitoring quantitative results post-P&A industry can bring to the offshore technologies that will aid your execution to ensure your well is plugged decommissioning sector to benefit decommissioning projects and help you to and abandoned for the long-term from a wider choice of services perform cutting activities in a faster, more cost-effective way• Assess proven techniques of ensuring • Review the similar principles of physics that cement plugs are holding the that are undertaken by the salvage • Assess the key benefits of different cutting pressure and any major signs that industry and oil and gas sector to tool options to improve your cutting show if potential problems could be understand how capabilities and efficiencies and lower decommissioning encountered on your projects costs best practice can be shared and• Discover the implications of exchanged • Receive an update on the latest encountering future leaks on your wells advancements in topside cutting and • Recognize the similarities between and the detrimental effects that they structure removal technologies as well the salvaging and offshore industries could have on your company, brand as pile and jacket cutting technology to in terms of equipment used and appreciate all of the options available to and reputation activities undertaken so you know why youModerator: those synergies should be exploitedFelix Medine III, Stf C&WI Engineer,Shell Moderator: Timothy M. Beaver, President, Hazards Associated with American Salvage Association Decommissioning DivingTom Slocum, Senior Vice President - Well • Realize the implications of failing toIntervention & Decommissioning, Facility Decommissioning: An acknowledge previous lessons learnedExpress Energy Services Integrated Approach and the potential drawbacks of over • Hear about the downer work cautiousness and a lack of knowledgeWell Abandonment Planning sharing completed for an independent• Limit future liabilities by devising a clear operator in the Gulf of Mexico • Understand the challenges when working in and concise strategy for approaching and the challenges that were a hazardous and extreme environment and well plugging and abandonment to the best practice strategies to overcome encountered ensure that your liabilities are minimized these challenges for your diving projects • Understand the challenges that were• Plan appropriate contingencies for • Review how you can mitigate lost-time overcome during this projects and your project to overcome potential incidents (LTIs) and fatalities through the the ways in which these techniques difficulties and appreciate the employment of tried and tested techniques importance of communications to could be implemented in your future during your diving operations ensure P&A success integrated projects • Review the innovative approaches Panel: Randall Abadie,• Understand what types of record to heavy lift that were used on this Senior Staff Civil Engineer, keeping are necessary for all work project and understand how this new Shell Exploration & Production Co. conducted on wells to ensure your staff have good documentation to refer to approach could be beneficial to your Herb Pourciau, Decommissioning Construction future projects Project Manager,Offshore Pipeline Abandonment Apache Corporation• Review the regulatory issues surrounding pipeline abandonment and the challenges that this could cause for Chairmans Closing Remarks your future projects• Understand best practice approaches All of the operators had their decommissioning project when working with the regulator during managers attending the conference; it gave us an opportunity pipeline abandonment to ensure to discuss projects at a higher level. In addition, it provided an that needs are balanced between all parties opportunity for us to showcase our newest technology. Tom Cheatum, Sales & Marketing Manager, Versabar, Inc.• Assess the pipeline concerns for contractual protection, legal risk and bonding requirements to fully appreciate the hurdles that you may encounter BOOK NOWCynthia Roney, Manager - Regulatory Visit www.decomworld.com/decommissioning Compliance, Enbridge Energy or phone US TOLL FREE: 1800 814 3459 Connect with DecomWorld on LinkedIn and become a part of the global knowledge sharing forum focussed purely on decommissioning!
  • 10. DecomWorld are a global business intelligence company, part of the FC Business Intelligence Group. It’s our people that make us the market leader that we are today. We are passionate about the industry, and look to keep building on the strengths we’ve developedConferences – Our meetings focus News – DecomWorld produce free Reports – DecomWorld produceon the three global decommissioning hotspots fortnightly e-news briefs which we in depth market reports to give send straight to your inbox. These you the detailed analysis that your• Gulf of Mexico • North Sea • The Asia Pacific e-briefs include all the latest news, organisation needs to make theThis gives us the unique ability to call on expertise from analysis, executive insights and more right business decisions, includingaround the globe when bringing you the very latest in to ensure you have the latest industry unique economic forecasts, thedecommissioning practices and case studies. information at your fingertips. latest regulatory updates and technological developments.DecomWorld Forward Schedule Gulf of Mexico Focused Meetings North Sea Focused Meetings5th Annual Decommissioning and Abandonment Well Integrity Conference, North SeaSummit Prepare for your wells aging infrastructure and reduce suspension toUtilize latest industry experience to reduce costs, improve safety ensure greater longevity, improved safety and lower costs& mitigate risk on all future decommissioning projects February 27-28 2013 | Aberdeen, ScotlandMarch 19-21 2013 | Houston, Texas, U.S. www.decomworld.com/well-integritywww.decomworld.com/decommissioning Well Plugging & Abandonment Conference, North Sea2nd Annual Offshore Process Safety Management Improve well plugging and abandonment execution with the latestConference project experience and technologiesMaximize safety & minimize risk by developing a robust SEMS October 2013 | Amsterdam, Netherlandsstrategy for guaranteed long-term production www.decomworld.comSeptember 2013 | Houston, Texas, U.S.www.decomworld.com/psm Structural Integrity Management Conference North Sea Develop a robust SIM Strategy for fixed and floating facilities that ensuresOffshore Structural Integrity Management Conference safety, integrity and complianceDevelop a cost effective, compliant asset integrity management November 2013 | Aberdeen, Scotlandprogram to mitigate structural risk www.decomworld.com/simOctober 2013 | Houston, Texas, U.S.www.decomworld.com Offshore Asia Pacific Focused Meetings2nd Annual Well Plugging and Abandonment Summit 5th Annual Offshore Decommissioning Training Workshop,Execute Well P&A projects in a safe manner whilst ensuring Asia Pacificflawless execution and guaranteed effectiveness Effectively plan your decommissioning strategy whilst navigating regionalOctober 2013| Houston, Texas, U.S. regulations to reduce your offshore liabilitieswww.decomworld.com/wells October 2013 | Singapore www.decomworld.com/asiapac Buy your Diamond Pass Today and SAVE! Access to 2-day decommissioning conference and exhibition All post event materials including audio and slide area (March 22-23) presentations (worth $595) Entrance to pre-conference workshop sessions (March 21) AND our latest Gulf of Mexico Oil & Gas Decommissioning Market Report 2013 - 14 (worth $2,495) Access to all networking events and lunches including the 2 networking drink sessions (March 21 & 22) Maximise your revenues by informing your decommissioning strategy with the latest data and analysis on the GOM • Factors driving decommissioning: • Market forecast: improve your • Market activity: Analysis on market size, Examine the factors behind decommissioning strategies, with critical a breakdown of operator liability and decommissioning growth to understand data on market activity and projections capital expenditure to support your your revenue potential for the years ahead business development strategies Find out more visit www.decomworld.com/decommissioning or phone US TOLL FREE: 1800 814 3459
  • 11. Researched & Organized by: SAVE5th decommissioning & ABANDONMENT summit $400 Register beforeGulf of Mexico, March 19-21 2013, Royal Sonesta Hotel, Houston, TX, USA Jan 25, 2013 Date & Venue Conference Pricing March 19-21, 2013 - Royal Sonesta Hotel Houston, TX, USA Below you can find the complete pricing Hotel Discount structure for the 2013 D&A Summit. Please DecomWorld have negotiated a discounted rate for all conference note we have 4 options available and that attendees. Simply quote the name of the conference when booking your we also have dates when the prices of the accommodation. passes will increase. Below you can find out what benefits you’ll Group Discounts, Play it Smart, Bring Your Team receive from each pass type. With multiple conference tracts, workshops, a 60+ exhibition space and increased networking time – you need more people on site to benefit from all the conference has to offer. Take advantage of our group booking discount. REGISTER NOW IN 3 EASY STEPS Contact us on info@decomworld.com to find out how much you could save. 1. Select Your Registration Package POST CONFERENCE Pass Features DIAMOND PASS PLATINUM PASS GOLD PASS MATERIALS  Includes the Gulf of Mexico Offshore Decommissioning Report 2013 (worth $2,595)    Full access to conference, workshops & exhibition      ull access to all networking events F      ll post event materials including audio and slide A presentations (worth $595)    Super Early Bird Price - expires January 25 $4,095 $2,095 $1,995 na Early Bird Price - expires February 22 $4,295 $2,295 $2,195 na Full price $4,495 $2,495 $2,395 $595 2. Enter Attendee details Discount Code:Mr/Mrs/Ms/Dr: First name: 2013-50 Last name: Company: Enter the discount code when Position/Title: you register to save $50Telephone: Fax: Email: Address: Zipcode: Country: 3. Payment Options I enclose a check/draft for: Credit card number: (Payable to FC Business Intelligence Ltd) Expiry date: Security number: Please invoice my company: Name on card: Purchase Order Number: Signature: Please charge my credit card: Amex Visa Mastercard CALL CALL (US tf ) 1 800 814 3459 x7503 MORE FAX THIS FORM BACK TO WAYS TO FAX: or (global) +44 (0) 207 375 7585 +44 (0) 207 375 7576 +44 (0) 207 375 7576 REGISTER EMAIL: info@decomworld.com ONLINE: www.decomworld.com/decommissioningTerms & Conditions: Special Needs - If you have a disability that may require special assistance, please Subscriptions - All attendees of the D&A Summit 2013 will be automatically subscribed to the free DecomWorldcall our Client Services Representative on 1 800 814 3459 x 7234 (US Toll Free) or +44 (0)207 375 7234 Wrap, our free newsletter. If you do not want to receive those, just email info@decomworld.com with "weekly wrap(global). If you have to cancel - It is possible to transfer your place to a colleague/client if you are unable unsubscribe" in the title. Method of Payment - In order to guarantee that your check-in process is fast, efficientto attend, but you must inform DecomWorld of this in writing of this change prior to the event. You will incur and all lines are avoided please make sure your payment is received by FC Business Intelligence Limited in a timely25% cancellation fee on or before February 19, 2013. For all cancellations received after February 19, 2013 manner. If your payment has not been received before the event a credit card payment will be required at the timewe will be obliged to charge the full fee. The organizers (DecomWorld) reserve the right to make changes of check in. For more information contact the DecomWorld team at info@decomworld.comto the program without notice. We will send you an e-mail to confirm that we have received your registration. Designed by The Creative Tree. www.thecreativetree.co.uk
  • 12. Researched & Organized by: WHAT HAS BEEN SAID ABOUT THE D&A SUMMIT... “Great forum. Very beneficial to see how others are handling decommissioning abandonment issues.” SAVE $400 David Bowman, Petroleum Engineer, Nexen Petroleum 5th annual register before Jan 25, 2013 Decommissioning & Abandonment Summit, Gulf of Mexico March 19-21 2013, Royal Sonesta Hotel, Houston, TX, USA Evaluate decommissioning approaches to improve efficiencies, cut costs and reduce your offshore liabilities359 platforms are scheduled for removal in 2013 Regulatory Update From:in the GoM - Join the only conference bringing BSEE (Bureau of Safety andtogether the entire decommissioning community! Environmental Enforcement)> Regulatory Updates: Hear the latest regulatory and legislative issues surrounding decommissioning in the Gulf of Mexico to ensure Operator Perspectives – MAJORS: compliance on your future projects> Well Plugging and Abandonment: Understand challenges surrounding offshore well P&A and the new techniques which can ensure safe and effective P&A execution on your wells> Project Planning: Review the strategic approaches to Operator Perspectives – independents: decommissioning by some of the most experienced industry experts to guarantee a safe and cost-effective abandonment program> Environmental Challenges: Address the latest environmental challenges that could slow down your decommissioning advancements by fully understanding environmental impacts Other expert Speakers from:> Cost Assessment: Guarantee a comprehensive and accurate decommissioning cost estimation to ensure accurate budgeting and forecasting on your future projects ENERGY INSTITUTE Pre-Conference Workshops Conference Exhibition On March 19, DecomWorld will be • 800+ senior level executives The worlds largest offshore running high-level workshops covering • Technological innovations reviewed decommissioning focussed salvage, international decommissioning • Unrivalled networking exhibition will boast 60+ booths and general decommissioning to give • Keynote presentations in 2013 allowing you to review the you all the tools you need to perfect leading solutions available to the •  tracks covering Well P&A 2 your decommissioning strategy decommissioning industry and FacilitiesGold SponsorS: SILVER Lunch NETWORKING ZONE SPONSORS: SponsorS: Sponsors: “Very informative and much more detailed than most conferences.” Jeff Arnoldi, Global Registration Sponsors: Commissioning & Handover Lead, ConocoPhillips www.decomworld.com/decommissioning