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April 15-16 | Hilton Treetops, Aberdeen

EXCLUSIVE CONTENT & NETWORKING
LWI TRAINING WORKSHOP chaired by
Shell and focussi...
YOUR EXPERT SPEAKERS
Offshore Network has assembled the very best speakers to help solve your most pressing intervention c...
A LETTER FROM THE CONFERENCE DIRECTOR
Well intervention projects are an absolute
priority for operators in the North Sea. ...
SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION
If your company is looking to develop
business, launch a new product or
simply reinforce your m...
AGENDA
SECTION 1: MARKET ANALYSIS
LWI TRAINING WORKSHOP
focussing on new approaches
to well barriers, coiled tubing
operat...
AGENDA

Planning for HPHT Wells
•	 Build a plan that mitigates HPHT risk to avoid costly

SECTION 4: INTERVENTION PROJECT ...
REGISTRATION OPTIONS
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DATE & VENUE
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Hilton Treetops Hotel, Ab...
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Offshore Well Intervention Conference (OWI 2014) Brochure by Offshore Network

Conference Objective

Develop an offshore intervention strategy that mitigates risk and drives efficiency by planning around best practice and lessons learnt

Conference Context

Well intervention projects are a top fiscal and operational priority for operators in the North Sea. To borrow a well-used phrase, “the days of easy oil are over.” Well intervention has become a critical feature of the future profitability of brownfield assets as operators seek to extend economic production for as long as possible.

Conference Content

- Well Intervention Market Update: Understand the critical market drivers for well intervention activity, gaining a forecast of scheduled work to enhance your business planning
- Intervention Project Planning: Uncover the complex challenges associated with well intervention projects and utilise lessons learnt to plan safe and efficient operations
- Managing Well Stock: Examine how continuous well monitoring and data analysis for well integrity programmes can enhance the success of future intervention projects
- Regulatory and Guideline Developments: Receive updates on new approaches to platform intervention, vessel operations and post-Macondo developments to ensure compliance
- Technology & Equipment: Utilize the latest technology developments to drive efficiencies and secure the best available tool box for your next well intervention programme

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Offshore Well Intervention Conference (OWI 2014) Brochure by Offshore Network

  1. 1. April 15-16 | Hilton Treetops, Aberdeen EXCLUSIVE CONTENT & NETWORKING LWI TRAINING WORKSHOP chaired by Shell and focussing on new approaches to well barriers, vessel based coiled tubing & best practice project planning to minimise your risk Conference Objective: Develop an offshore intervention strategy that mitigates risk & drives efficiency by planning around best practice & lessons learnt Conference Content: TECHNOLOGY SHOWCASE HALL demonstrating best in class intervention services & technologies to 150+ decision makers over 2 days of exclusive networking Speakers include: Regulators & Associations ------------------------------------------------------- • Well Intervention Market Update: Understand the critical market drivers for well intervention activity, gaining a forecast of scheduled work to enhance your business planning • Intervention Project Planning: Uncover the complex challenges associated with well intervention projects and utilise lessons learnt to plan safe and efficient operations Health & Safety Executive North Sea Operators --------------------------------------------------------------- • Managing Well Stock: Examine how continuous well monitoring and data analysis for well integrity programmes can enhance the success of future intervention projects • Regulatory and Guideline Developments: Receive updates on new approaches to platform intervention, vessel operations and post-Macondo developments to ensure compliance Intervention Topic Experts ------------------------------------------------------- • Technology & Equipment: Utilize the latest technology developments to drive efficiencies and secure the best available tool box for your next well intervention programme “Well intervention/workover services market will grow from an estimated $9.97 billion in 2013 to $17.48 billion by 2018, with a CAGR of 11.9% from 2013 to 2018” Markets & Markets TO REGISTER NOW CLICK HERE Hosted by -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  2. 2. YOUR EXPERT SPEAKERS Offshore Network has assembled the very best speakers to help solve your most pressing intervention challenges. Hear from speakers including Oil&Gas UK, BG Group, Shell, Tullow Oil, HSE, Boots & Coots, Helix Well Ops & Island Offshore to take away business critical information that are crucial to your future intervention programmes Just look at some of the experts you will hear from… EXPERT OPERATOR PERSPECTIVES VESSEL OWNERS David Beaton, General Manager - Wells Performance and Planning Phil Bosworth, Director of BD & New Capability Europe & Africa Simon Sparke, Well Integrity Manager Iain Morrice, Business Acquisition Manager Charles White, Subsea Engineering Manager Kevin Kelly, Assistant Operations Manager REGULATORY REPRESENTATIVES & INDUSTRY BODIES Simon Brown Principal Electrical & Control Systems Specialist Health & Safety Executive INDUSTRY EXPERTS Simon Copping, Product Line Manager Arne Enoksen, Drilling & Well Technology PE Edwin Bruin, EU Manager Dr. Andrew Leonard, Consultant - New Technologies Andrew Reid, CEO David Riddell, Technology Manager Scott Mitchell, Sales & Mareting Director Liz Flint, Lead Technologist - Energy Generation and Supply Donald Mitchell, Product Development Director The speaker rostrum for the Offshore Well Intervention Conference was developed over an intense 10 week research period which enabled us to identify the very best in the field of well intervention. The individuals listed were identified as industry leaders and each presentation is bespoke, analytical and focused – ensuring every discussion is of the highest possible value for you. SPEAKING OPPORTUNITIES If your company has a specific story to share or new information that is critical to the well intervention space then the Offshore Well Intervention Conference is the perfect place to share it! If you would like to discuss the posibility of addressing senior level decision makers from BP, Shell, Tullow Oil, Total, BG Group and many more contact Dean Murphy on the below details today! Dean Murphy Director – Offshore Network Ltd. dmurphy@offsnet.com 00 44 (0) 203 468 9461 VISIT CONFERENCE WEBSITE CLICK HERE
  3. 3. A LETTER FROM THE CONFERENCE DIRECTOR Well intervention projects are an absolute priority for operators in the North Sea. In mature basins well intervention is a critical feature of the future profitability of brownfield assets as operators seek to extend economic production for as long as possible. This activity is driving growth and the global intervention and work-over market is set to increase from an estimated value of $9.97bn in 2013 to $17.48bn in 2018. However, to achieve this market potential there are a number of obstacles that must be overcome • New innovative technologies that justify the economic viability of projects must be introduced • Processes must be benchmarked to drive efficiencies and effectively increase recovery rates • Excellent well stock forward planning must be executed in order to dramatically improve operational performance In particular, there is a strong need for new intervention vessels that can drive efficiencies in poorly performing subsea wells. With approximately 1400 vessel days booked in Europe for 2014 already, the demand for purpose built vessels that offer a more cost effective option than the traditional drilling rigs is high. OWI 2014 is specifically designed to not only answer your most pressing intervention challenges, but also help you develop a network of contacts that will aid your business for years to come. On April 15th – 16th in Aberdeen you will access • 150+ leading industry figures from companies including BP, Total, Shell and Oil & Gas UK to develop strategic partnerships with from 2014 • 25 expert speakers including BG Group, Tullow Oil, Shell & Helix Well Ops sharing analysis, case studies and lessons learnt to aid your best practice • A full Technology Showcase Hall demonstrating best in class intervention technologies and services you need to drive efficiencies • Exclusive market forecast developed by Douglas Westwood which will aid your market positioning and future business planning Whatever your intervention priorities are for this year, OWI 2014 will provide you with the required business critical information, vital networking opportunities and best practice approaches that will secure your future in the North Sea market. I’ll look forward to seeing you in Aberdeen, Tommy Angell Director | Offshore Network +44 (0) 203 411 9184 tangell@offsnet.com VISIT CONFERENCE WEBSITE CLICK HERE Why are we here? Offshore Network conducted over 50 in depth research interviews with senior level intervention decision makers from organizations including HSE, PSA, BP, Shell, Statoil, Total, Premier Oil, Helix Well Ops, Island Offshore, Baker Hughes, Halliburton and Schlumberger to identify the highest priority challenges facing their businesses. There is a clear need to develop an offshore well intervention strategy that mitigates risk and drives efficiency through planning by utilising best practice. By working closely with the operators to shape the presentations and by hand picking the very best and most senior experts in the intervention space, together we will give you the solutions to your critical intervention challenges. Value will be delivered through: 2 DAYS OF CASE STUDY AND ANALYTICAL PRESENTATIONS delivered by BG Group, Tullow Oil and many more that will give you real world solutions and benchmarks to critical obstacles EXCLUSIVE TECHNOLOGY PANEL SESSIONS by Oil & Gas UK, Helix Well Ops & Island Offshore that will outline new viable approaches to accelerate more intervention projects from 2014 UNIQUE LWI WORKSHOP developed by major operators to tackle the most critical obstacles including operator/contractor expectations, vessel based coiled tubing and control issues
  4. 4. SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION If your company is looking to develop business, launch a new product or simply reinforce your market position in the well intervention space – then the Offshore Well Intervention Conference is the only event you need to dedicate time and resources to in 2014. Here’s why: • OWI is focused on well intervention projects in the North Sea. All attendees work within this discipline and in this geographic location. It is a highly targeted environment where you can develop your network of senior well intervention contacts. • OWI is an operator representatives led conference. We’ll deliver 30% + attendance from operators, meaning you’ll have more conversations with potential new clients here than at any other forum • OWI is premium conference tailored for a specific market. All our attendees are therefore qualified and interested in your services. Every conversation is high value and you’ll achieve more in two days at this conference than through any other business development activity If you are looking to grow your business, Offshore Network will work with you directly in order to ensure you meet the most influential stakeholders in the space. Just look at some of the attendees you will meet… Subsea Engineering Manager Subsea Well Intervention Technical Specialist Well Interventions Advisor Product Line Manager Assistant Operations Director EU Manager Director of Business Development & New Capability Europe & Africa What We Can Do For Your Company Offshore Network prides itself on the highest levels of service to our sponsors with ongoing support and contact to ensure you get the highest value possible from your engagement. But here is what we can do for you in the most simple terms BRAND EXPOSURE: we can position your brand as a leading well intervention service provider through our website, social media groups, conference brochure and onsite at the conference, giving you unprecedented levels of exposure in front of thousands of potential clients. THOUGHT LEADERSHIP: If you have an innovative story to tell, share it as a speaker at the conference through a presentation or workshop and access a targeted and interested group of qualified leads – all of whom are senior level decision makers from your target audience. TECHNOLOGY SHOWCASE HALL: As one of an exclusive number of exhibitors - you’ll give prospects a physical location to meet you, find out about your services and leave having met a member of your sales team with information to follow up on. Well Intervention Theme Lead CWI Engineer General Manager - Wells Performance and Planning Subsea Section Head Well Integrity Manager VISIT CONFERENCE WEBSITE CLICK HERE We can also develop a bespoke agreement for you. So whatever your need, we know how to unlock access to your future clients decision makers. To discuss your business development needs, contact our OWI 2014 dedicated sponsorship and exhibition representative below: Dean Murphy Director – Offshore Network dmurphy@offsnet.com 00 44 (0) 203 468 9461
  5. 5. AGENDA SECTION 1: MARKET ANALYSIS LWI TRAINING WORKSHOP focussing on new approaches to well barriers, coiled tubing operations from vessels and open operator/contractor discussions to aid new project planning North Sea Intervention Market Analysis • Access a full intervention market forecast for late 2014 and 2015 for the UKCS, Norwegian Continental Shelf and Southern North Sea to aid your business planning • Map out the volume of expected well intervention programmes and examine the technology options required to drive activity in each region • Outline each region’s potential risk and how to best approach well work in these areas Exclusive Light Well Intervention Workshop This workshop is exclusively available to conference attendees and has been specifically developed with operators to tackle 3 core areas of LWI. • Approaches to overcome downhole challenges – Overview of current challenges and best practice approaches to down-hole operations • Well barriers – Examine the approaches to new drilling guidelines and how this may impact LWI • Vessel based coiled tubing – Detail current practices followed by a full analysis of the best technology and successful approaches Session Chair: David Beaton, General Manager - Wells Performance and Planning, SHELL SECTION 3: UNDERSTANDING INTEGRITY & INTERVENTION Well integrity; Past Present and Future • See Tullow Oil’s approach to integrity regulations, ISO standard(s) and EU directives to outline required processes to legislative frameworks • Examine Tullow’s well stock management and discover how this has aided well operations • Hear how the well failure database might lead to improved equipment/material selection, reduce interventions and provide more project certainty Andrew Reid, CEO, DOUGLAS WESTWOOD Simon Sparke, Well Integrity Manager, TULLOW OIL Making the Decision – Why and How Operators Take Action Portfolio Planning to Mitigate Risk • Hear operator’s critical requirements for well intervention and identify criteria will spur on future projects • Identify the key risks which need mitigation to deliver efficient project costings and see how this impacts decision making • Outline how technology, well data, operational history and contractor availability effects the decision to proceed SECTION 2: REGULATORY LANDSCAPE • Access the relationship between your well stock’s data, operating history and integrity status to see how you can efficiently prioritise and plan well work • Hear case studies of how well monitoring and data analysis has driven efficiencies across offshore operations to reduce risk profiles • Develop a forward schedule of well activities and see how this encourages best practice planning with a higher project certainty Working with the D-10 and New PSA Recommended Practices Post Macondo Simon Copping, Product Line Manager, EXPRO GROUP • See how post-Macondo guidelines impact well work and Managing Knowledge/Data Gaps understand what is required to comply with new regulatory practices • Examine the role of industry in new guideline development and see how this allows new practices to ensure safety, but also aid timely project delivery • Hear the importance of well categorisation, risk identification and equipment standards to ensure you can navigate new regulations Arne Enoksen, Drilling and Well PE, PSA VISIT CONFERENCE WEBSITE CLICK HERE • Hear how operators with aging assets have rebuilt well history to develop a picture of the well’s condition and complete comprehensive well plan • Examine how to manage data gaps and discover how to build a blueprint that effectively navigates unclear well information • Detail how incomplete well data impairs cost, time and overall project efficiency and take away core lessons learned
  6. 6. AGENDA Planning for HPHT Wells • Build a plan that mitigates HPHT risk to avoid costly SECTION 4: INTERVENTION PROJECT PLANNING Preparing the Operator Contractor Interface • Examine the Operator and Contractor’s roles surrounding interface efforts and understand how new guidelines are aiding intervention efficiency • Understand current long lead items challenges and see how effective planning can mitigate interface risk • Identify future challenges for interface work and see what is required to establish fully standardised approaches Charles White, Subsea Engineering Manager, BG GROUP West of Shetland Subsea Intervention • Identify critical challenges when working West of Shetland and see how these conditions were approached with new technologies and processes • Hear how Island took operational history and operator experience to develop a first-of-a-kind approach to WoS intervention • Access lessons learnt from the WoS intervention campaign and hear how flexible multi-well programs were delivered Kevin Kelly, Assistant Operations Manager, ISLAND OFFSHORE Managing Multi-Well Project Flexibility • Understand the core benefits of running multiple projects from a multi-service vessel and analyse the economic and operational benefits • Examine the implications of multi-well programmes and see how this can aid multiple services including subsea well intervention, tree ops and well P&A • Hear case studies from Helix’s recent projects and detail the cost and operational efficiencies that were executed pitfalls, overruns and project abandonments • Hear why HPHT data and knowledge is vital and examine the risks associated with having incomplete or misunderstood information • See the issues with equipment reliability and failure when planning HPHT well projects to increase project certainty SECTION 5: INTERVENTION TECHNOLOGY Equipment & Processes • Understand the current issues surrounding intervention equipment and see new developments that are driving efficiency • Access case studies and lessons learnt to see exactly where critical operational risk was identified and how this was overcome • Plan for the use of new technology and processes to minimise your risk exposure Bridging the Gap: Solutions to Overcome Technology Gaps Panel • Identify the challenges and technology developments needed to drive efficiencies through new technology • Access a detailed understanding of the obstacles associated with new technology development and see how to best overcome these barriers • Hear how industry is responding to technology gaps and how this is driving efficiencies for new intervention efforts Moderator: Simon Brown, Principal Electrical & Control Systems Specialist, HEALTH AND SAFETY EXECUTIVE Dr. Andrew Leonard, Technical Consultant, OIL&GAS UK David Riddell, Technology Manager, INDUSTRY TECHNOLOGY FACILITATOR Liz Flint, Lead Technologist - Energy Generation and Supply, TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY BOARD Edwin De Bruin, EU Operations Manager, BOOTS & COOTS (A HALLIBURTON COMPANY) Scott Mitchell, Director, OILENCO Technology & Approaches for the North Sea New Vessel Technology Panel • Access USA, Middle East and Asia Pacific case studies to see how new wireline approaches have significantly reduced time and cost • Analyse how high-angle intervention has been tackled globally and how this can mitigate risk in North Sea operations • Examine how Advanced Mechanical Roller Systems can maximise high-angle intervention efficiency and see the results of recent projects Donald Mitchell, Product Development Director, WIRELINE ENGINEERING Iain Morrice, Business Acquisition Manager, HELIX WELL OPS VISIT CONFERENCE WEBSITE CLICK HERE • See the current vessel capability and hear a full SWOT analysis to see which vessel options are best for you • Access brand new vessel technology for the intervention market and see how this compares with current options • Highlight the pro’s and con’s of intervention vessels from the perspective of process, safety, cost and capability to help plan your vessel strategy Phil Bosworth, Director of Business Development & New Capability - Europe & Africa, HELIX WELL OPS Kevin Kelly, Assistant Operations Manager, ISLAND OFFSHORE
  7. 7. REGISTRATION OPTIONS SECURE YOUR PLACE NOW AND JOIN EXPERTS FROM DATE & VENUE April 15-16, 2013 Hilton Treetops Hotel, Aberdeen, UK REGISTER IN 3 EASY STEPS BEFORE ALL PASSES SELL OUT! Call us directly on +44 (0) 0203 411 9937 to secure your place 1 Register online CLICK HERE 2 Email Us Directly at sales@offsnet.com with your chosen pass type PREMIUM PASS STANDARD PASS • 2 day conference pass • Access to Technology Showcase Hall • Networking Drinks Reception and Luncheon • Post Conference Proceedings AND Preferential access to training workshops • Priority conference room seating • Access to pre-conference networking including VIP Champagne reception • Express registration 3 • 2 day conference pass • Access to technology showcase hall • Networking Drinks Reception and Luncheon • Post Conference Proceedings The Offshore Network have negotiated a discounted room rate for you to stay at the venue – this is extremely limited however so book today to ensure you get the best rate! GROUP DISCOUNTS FOR DELEGATIONS! OWI 2014 has assembled the very best speakers coupled with 12+ hours of dedicated networking time. BOOK BY FEBRUARY 14th 2014 £795+ VAT BOOK BY FEBRUARY 14th 2014 £595+VAT BOOK BY MARCH 14th 2014 £995+ VAT BOOK BY MARCH 14th 2014 £795+ VAT FULL PRICE £1295+ VAT Hotel Discount FULL PRICE £1095+ VAT Terms & Conditions: Payment Policy: Full payment is due within 28 days of ticket reservation and must be paid in full 1 week prior to event registration, whichever comes first. Registration will not be confirmed until full payment has been received. Cancellation and Refunds: Cancellations must be received in writing. If cancellation is received within 28 days of the conference, the attendee will receive a full credit to a future conference. If cancellation is received more than 28 days from the conference, Offshore Network Ltd will retain 10% of the attendance fee for administration purposes or offer a full credit to a future conference. Places are transferable at no extra charge. In the event that Offshore Network Ltd cancels a conference, payments received at the cancellation date will be credited back in full to all attendees. All conference credit notes remain valid for 2 years. Changes to Conference Programme and Agenda: Offshore Network Ltd reserves the right to postpone or cancel an event, to change the location or alter the advertised speakers for an event at any time. Any Changes to the agenda will be updated on our website as soon as possible. As such it makes absolute sense to send larger delegations and maximise the value obtained from the event. Email me directly at sales@offsnet.com or call us at 0203 411 9937 to secure your group before all space expires! REGISTER ONLINE CLICK HERE

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