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EX HIGH CL LI US GH IVE TS RE INS SE ID AR E! CHO shore DecommissioningReport , Gulf of Mexico PRE-ORDEREnhance your decommissioning business planning BEFORE FEB 17utilizing the latest data from the Gulf of Mexico SAVEmarket and become a leader in your ﬁeld. $450Purchase this exclusive report and you’ll beneﬁt Companies interviewed:from the following analysis: Factors driving decommissioning: Receive an update on the factors driving decommissioning in the GoM to build a watertight strategy for your decommissioning program in 2012 and beyond Cost reduction: Bene t from latest industry experience on cost reduction to enable you to ef ciently plan your next decommissioning project competitively “Idle Iron” NTL: Understand how the “Idle Iron” NTL has impacted the decommissioning industry over the last 12 months and gain analysis of ongoing implications to your business Regulatory trends: How are the latest regulatory trends impacting decommissioning activities including SEMS / SIMS initiatives and the compliance implications of the newly formed BOEM and BSEE of ces 2012-14 Predictions: Utilise an exclusive prediction of activity for 2012-14 to improve your business planning with analysis on historic and forecast data from BOEM / BSEE (including TARP / LARP) Beneﬁt from the very latest expert analysis on regulations, market drivers, cost reduction and activity forecasts through 2012 and beyond and build a water tight business strategy OPEN NOW to beneﬁt from our research highlights
PRE-ORDER BEFORE FEB 17 SAVE Context of the Offshore Decommissioning Report 2012-2013 $450 The decommissioning market was certainly a busy one in 2011. The lack of severe hurricanes in the 2011 season minimized the number of evacuations and consequent interruption to offshore operations. In addition, weather downtime, although erratic early on, was minimal particularly from June through September. This made contracting simpler and enabled many operators to select lump sum with an option on downtime due to a named storm. Given the lack of named storms that entered the Gulf of Mexico (GOM), this strategy has proved cost effective. Technology has advanced compared with previous years and tooling has become more reliable, enabling ef cient turnaround on salvage projects. The cost of decommissioning platforms was kept down by a few operators undertaking campaigns as part of their business strategy. More regulation was enacted through 2011, resulting in much more oversight by the US government on the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) oil and gas operations. Gulf of Mexico Oil & Gas Decommissioning Market Report 2012-13 The aim of these new regulations is to hold operators accountable for safety and the environment, with tougher civil penalties for violations. Operators must Analysis of the decommissioning market in 2011, forecasted demand and best practice to improve your business planning, reduce cost and optimize your resources. now demonstrate active procedures and processes in place for safety and the environment, covering a broad range of offshore activities. These regulations stem from – or have been accelerated by – the Deepwater Horizon incident of April 2010 and are primarily targeted at drilling operations; however, they apply to all oil and gas operations in the GOM OCS. Compliance with regulatory requirements is now mandatory and operators must demonstrate this for all OCS oil and gas operations via documentation, hazard analysis and job safety analysis. Although many operators followed the guidance of API RP 75, it was not mandatory. Additional regulations have been enacted that provide far greater detail on what is expected of oil and gas operators. The 2012 decommissioning report will examine in detail the context of the new regulations and their effect on the decommissioning industry in the GOM. In addition, the decommissioning market in 2011 will be discussed and how this compares with predictions from 2010. Predictions for 2012 and 2013 will be based on performance in 2012 and prior years, and compliance with the ‘Idle Iron’ NTL. Who should buy this report? Management – Chief Executive Of cers, Managing Directors – who are keen to ensure that their business planning is informed by comprehensive analysis of the decommissioning market. Operations – Chief Operations Of cers, Product Managers – who seek best practice to ensure that the decommissioning process is economical and improving continually through the expertise of their peers. Engineering – Project Engineers, Directors of Engineering – who are seeking to keep up to date with the innovations of competitors with a view to improve decommissioning techniques and continually re ne their safety contingencies. Sales – VP of Sales, Sales Managers – who need to know the market drivers and companies active to ensure their sales strategies are optimized. Business Development – Bids & Proposals Manager, International Development Managers – who need an independent overview of the market and its participants to intelligently grow their business opportunities. Sample pagesOrder your copy today at: https://secure.decomworld.com/buy_a_report
PRE-ORDER BEFORE FEB 17Chapter Overview and Research Highlights SAVE1 Market overview $450 The predictions for 2011 reviewed A consideration of the volume of decommissioning activities predicted in the GOM 2011 report and what has subsequently affected these levels. This includes how operator’s proactive decommissioning campaigns were made possible by the reduced level of hurricane activity in the region over the past two years. 2011 Market reviewed Analysis of the level of decommissioning undertaken, including a consideration of the factors behind operators decommissioning the highest number of platforms than any other year.2 2011 Market in Detail In-depth look at the decommissioning market in 2011 covering detailed analysis of what was decommissioned and how operators improved on previous year’s performance. Primary research undertaken through surveying contractors in the region to provide a thorough overview of the market. Beyond 2011 predictions 2011 was certainly a busy year for decommissioning activity with the number of platforms salvaged far in excess of predictions from 2010. Operators have continued to decommission platforms at an increased rate compared to previous years with Apache Corporation alone decommissioning over 60 platforms in 2010. The active use of a functioning SIM system has enabled a number of operators to develop decommissioning strategies and concentrate resources utilizing decommissioning campaigns in addition to decommissioning platforms that present high to very high risk.3 New technologies Technologies in the industry are continually being re ned with an enduring focus on improving engineering techniques to increase reliability. Additionally, there are a number of areas where new technologies are being tested but yet to be proven on a GOM OCS project. These could have a signi cant impact on the ef ciencies of decommissioning in the years ahead.4 Efﬁciency / Resource Average platform decommissioning durations Water Average Duration to Discussion on how operators and contractors have utilized Platform Type Depth (ft) Decommission (d) ef ciencies to undertake a greater number of salvage projects Caisson 50 1-2 compared to previous years. A look at potential resource issues Braced Caisson 100 2 based on industry feedback and where salvage projects can be 4 Pile 150 3 more ef cient. 6 Pile 200 3->7 8 Pile 200 4->7 4 Pile 400 5->7 4 Pile 500 6->7 Table does not re ect the P&A of wells which are extremely variable)5 Acquisition / Divestiture A recap of asset operator shift in 2011 looks at the continuing trend of acquisition of GOM OCS assets by the independents. Details of the acquisitions are provided and how the operator eet number shave changed.6 Best practice and Lessons Learned Service Providers Interviews and case studies with three of the biggest Integrated Service Providers in the region, to consider what is best practice and the lessons learnt when decommissioning in the Gulf. Operators What is world class decommissioning? Where can cost ef ciencies be made in tackling offshore platforms? The perspective of operators considering their decommissioning.7 Market Forecast and Future Growth A look at present trends and prediction on future decommissioning market taking in to account factors such as resource, number of assets to decommission, improved ef ciency and contracting strategy. An in depth examination of salvage campaign strategy and implementation of methods for ef cient use of resources and salvage project planning. Average number of platforms predicted to be decommissioned per year between 2011-16 = 150 For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
PRE-ORDER BEFORE FEB 17 SAVE8 Market Challenges / Regulations From November 15th all operators shall have a fully implemented Safety and Environmental Management System $450 (SEMS) that will follow the guidance of API RP 75. In this chapter, the changes in the regulatory landscape are considered and the impact on decommissioning in the region. SEMS What is SEMS? The SEMS requirement affects practically all-offshore operations from drilling activities to lifting point certi cation. In this chapter, the impact on your decommissioning activities, including cost reduction, personnel safety and the environment are discussed in more detail SEMs To ensure their compliance operators are requiring contractors to provide documentation and evidence for satisfying key areas of the SEMS such as safety and environmental performance with written safe work practices. Directly SEMS is requiring all contractors to have “Operating Procedures” and a “Mechanical Integrity Plan” that accompany all supplied equipment in addition to a “Hazard Analysis”. Contractors may adopt sections from an operators SEMS program but the operator and contractor must document agreed policies. SIMS API 2SIM is imminently due to be issued as guidance for the implementation of a Structural Integrity Management system. BOEM have stated greater oversight of operators and use of a SIM system to not only manage a eet of platforms but also to implement decommissioning strategy as part of the SIM system.9 Industry Learnings A concise, considered summary of the industry as 2012 begins, including SIM and API 2SIM, and their impact and in uence on decommissioning strategies.10 Reeﬁng A brief look at 2011 ree ng projects by operator, asset type and water depth. Comparison to ree ng trends in previous years and predictions for 2012. 23.3% of all reefed platforms are located in a water depth between 150 – 200 metres The second most commonly reefed structure is an 8-pile Jacket, with 100 structures reefed by December 2011. In 2009, 2010 and 2011at least 25 structures reefed each year11 References Methodology The 2012 decommissioning report has utilized contractors in the decommissioning market and their extensive research, experience and expertise from observations on market performance, dif culties operators and contractors to generate a concise in performing the work and establishing base line picture of the decommissioning market in the GOM performance. OCS. Analysis of the latest data covering the GOM A key element of this year’s report is a detailed OCS eet of platforms and structures reefed in review and analysis of the changing regulatory 2011 yields many interesting facts and the data requirements that have broadened mandated is presented in a number of ways to help readers regulations when undertaking operations on the understand potential impact on business decisions GOM OCS. The research includes analysis of data and market forces. Trends are presented to help obtained from BOEM, industry and other public forecast future decommissioning work load in to domain data as well as input from the Texas and 2012 and 2013 and the potential additional demand Louisiana ree ng programs. on decommissioning resources. For the 2012 decommissioning report a cross A combination of data analysis, market research and section of operators and contractors have review of the latest regulatory regime yields potential been interviewed or invited to ll out an online strategic business drivers that can signi cantly questionnaire to provide greater detail and lower risk to both the environment and increase understanding from their respective ends of the safety of personnel. In addition, operators can learn decommissioning market. Their input provides how signi cant lowering of costs and risk can be invaluable insight in to best practice, new achieved by catching up on industry trends and technologies, resource availability and case changes in regulations that ultimately bene t the studies. Of particular interest is the experience of GOM oil and gas industry. For more information contact: email@example.com
PRE-ORDER BEFORE FEB 17 SAVE Contents $450 Welcome 8 Market Challenges / Regulations About DecomWorld & Biography of the author 9 Decommissioning challenges Industry Review 9.1 Regulations Acknowledgements 9.2 Deepwater Index of Figures and Tables 9.3 Safety and Environmental Management Abbreviations 9.4 Structural Integrity Management Mandated Changes Executive Summary Status of API 2SIM 1 Introduction Impact / Inﬂuence Strategy / Mitigation 2 Methodology 10 Future Growth and Direction 2012-2014 3 Market Overview 11 ‘Idle Iron’ NTL Simpliﬁed 3.1 Predictions for 2011 reviewed 3.2 2011 Market overview 12 Industry Learning 3.3 Decommissioning overview. 13 Reeﬁng 4 Acquisition / Divestiture TARP / LARP 5 New Technologies Statistics Save The Blue Initiative 6 Best Practice and Lessons Learned References 7 Market Forecast Contractor ListsIndex of Tables and ﬁguresTables FiguresTable 1 Structures Decommissioned and % of GOM Figure 1 Distribution of Survey Responses by Job Function Structures Decommissioned from 2000 through 2011 Figure 2 GOM Number of Installed and DecommissionedTable 2 % Change of Installed, Decommissioned and Platforms from 1943 through 2011 Remaining Platforms Based on Remaining Fleet in the GOM from 2000 through 2011 Figure 3 GOM Number Decommissioned Platforms from BOEMRE & BOEM Data 1995 through 2011Table 3 Decommissioned Platforms by Operator over the Last Decade Figure 4 Percentage of GOM Structures Decommissioned each Year from 1970 through 2011Table 4 Average Platform Decommissioning Durations Figure 5 Structures Decommissioned and % of GOMTable 5 Recent Acquisitions by Black Elk Energy Structures Decommissioned from 2000 through 2011Table 6 Decommissioned GOM Fixed Type Structures in Figure 6 Trend of Installed and Decommissioned Platforms in Water Depth Greater than 500ft the GOMTable 7 GOM Fixed Type Structures in Water Depth Greater Figure 7 % Change of Installed, Decommissioned and than 500 ft Remaining Platforms Based on Remaining Fleet in the GOM from 2000 through 2011Table 8 Sample Key Considerations for Platform Ree ng Candidacy Figure 8 Top 6 Number of Decommissioned Platforms by Operator over the Last DecadeTable 9 GOM Platform Distribution by Type and Operator Figure 9 2011 Decommissioned Market by OperatorTable 10 GOM Platform Distribution by Water Depth Figure 10 Distribution of ‘Deep Water’ Fixed Platforms in GOMTable 11 GOM Borehole Status as of December 9th 2011 with API 2INT-MET ZoningTable 12 GOM Expired or Terminated Leases - Borehole Figure 11 LARP Ree ng Trend by Year Distribution by Region Figure 12 LARP Reef Top 20 Number of Donations by OperatorTable 13 GOM Expired or Terminated Leases - Borehole Distribution by Water Depth Figure 13 LARP Reef Donations by Platform TypeTable 14 ‘Idle Iron’ NTL Simpli ed Figure 14 LARP Reef Donations by Platform Origin Water DepthOrder your copy today at: https://secure.decomworld.com/buy_a_report
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