Researched & Organized by: SAVE WHAT WAS SAID ABOUT LAST YEAR’S SUMMIT... “Excellent event to update yourself on new technologies and learning’s and to meet $200 key people in the decommissioning industry.” Gunther Newcombe, BP 4th annual Register before February 24 Decommissioning & abanDonment summit, gulf of mexico march 22-23 2012, intercontinental hotel, houston tx, usa Utilize latest indUstry experience to redUce costs, improve safety & mitigate risk on all fUtUre decommissioning projects> permitting & regulations: Receive an update on the latest regulatory upDate from: permitting challenges to streamline project planning, ensuring BSEE (Bureau of Safety and regulatory compliance to save time and money Environmental Enforcement)> operator case Studies: Hear the latest project assessments operator perspectiVes – Major: from major & independent operators as they share lessons learned from their most challenging projects to date to benefit your future approaches> Decommissioning cost Analysis: Understand best practice cost operator perspectiVes – independents: estimation for decommissioning based on expert experience to ensure accurate budgeting and forecasting on your next project> plugging and Abandonment Standards: Discover the latest |well P&A techniques and technologies to ensure your projects are executed cost effectively, safely and permanently other expert speakers from:> Facility Decommissioning: Benefit from a comprehensive assessment of facility decommissioning approaches, utilizing the latest project experience to maximize safety and reduce costs pre-conference Workshops conference exhibition Inclusive high-level workshops include: 800+ senior level executives will The industrys largest • Subsea Decommissioning come together to: decommissioning focussed exhibition: • Cost Analysis • Discuss technological innovations • 60+ booths • Human Resources • Engage in unrivalled networking • All of the major solution providers helping you to perfect your allowing you to help set the pace allowing you to review the products decommissioning strategy for future decommissioning and services that are available to you!DiamonD sponsor: platinum sponsors: golD sponsors: silVer sponsors:bronze sponsors: coffee break baDge sponsor: Lunch SponSor: folDer sponsor: lanyarD global reg R sponsor: sponsor: sponsor: Decommissioning Well Abandonment Hurricane Damage www.decomworld.com/decommissioning
exclusive gulf of mexico decommissioning analysisHow to plan and execute successful projects in the Gulf of MexicoDear Colleague,Over the past 12 months the decommissioning industry in the Who Will you meet at thisGulf of Mexico has seen an unprecedented boom in offshore years D&a summitdecommissioning projects – the implementation of the Idle IronNTL in October 2010 has accelerated decommissioning in theregion and will continue in 2012 and beyond! Attendees by Job TitleFor the first 6 months of 2011, the industry has abandoned 671wells and removed 62 structures from the offshore continentalshelf. This trend is expected to accelerate with operators making areal push to plug wells and abandon structures.The decommissioning industry in the Gulf of Mexico is estimated tobe worth between $30 - $40bn and experts predict that around1200 wells will be plugged and abandoned every year andthat 150 structures will be removed.Decommissioning offshore structures is costly, technically 40% Senior Management 20challenging and potentially hazardous both to the workforce 27% CEO / Owner / President / Vice President 20and the environment. With operators eager to reduce project 40% Senior Management 18% Engineering 18risk and minimize costs, careful planning and common sense 10% Sales and Marketing 12strategies need to be put in place. 27% CEO / Owner / President / Vice President 3% Other 6% 18% Engineering 2% Regulatory 6%DecomWorld has kept up with the latest projects, market trends 6%and innovative technologies in the region to provide you with the 10% Sales and Marketing 4%answers that you need: 3% Other 4%> Regulations and Permitting > Diving and ROV Challenges Attendees by Company Type 2% Regulatory 4%> New Technological > Cutting Techniques Innovations > Pipeline Abandonment> Designing for Strategies Decommissioning > Cost Reduction & Estimation> Improving Offshore Safety > Environmental Hurdles> Deep Water Strategies > Well P&A Standards> Subsea DecommissioningThe 4th Annual Decommissioning & Abandonment Summit will 40% Senior Management 20% Oil Companiesbring together over 800 experts under 27% CEO / Owner / President / Vice President one roof to receive up-to- 20% Integrated Contractorsthe-minute40% Senior Management Engineering element of business intelligence that touches on every 18% 20%18% Consultancy Oil Companiesdecommissioning. 10% Sales and Marketing 27% CEO / Owner / President / Vice President 20%12% Heavy Lift / Barges Integrated Contractors 3% Other 6% Tooling 18% EngineeringRegister today by making use of the early Regulatory discounts 2% booking 18%6% Survey / Inspection Consultancy(either using the booking form enclose in this brochure or via our 12%6% Well P&A / Barges Heavy Lift 10% Sales and Marketingsecure website) 4% Ship Recycling / Repair / Mooring 3% Other 6% Tooling Diving 4% ROV /I look forward to seeing you in houston, TX in March 2012. 6% Survey / Inspection 4% Government & Associations 2% RegulatoryKindest Regards 6% Well P&A NEW 4% Ship Recycling / Repair / Mooring FOR InTErAcTIVE DELEGATE LISTDean Murphy, Head of Sector 4% ROV / Diving 2012DecomWorld 4% Government & Associations Our exclusive Online NetworkinguS Toll Free: 1800 814 3459 ext 7204International: +44 (0) 207 375 7204 Center means you canEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org personally and directly contact all conference attendees pre and postThe D&A Summit is the number one offshoredecommissioning conference globally with event for a whole month.over 800 attendees to network with. SIGn up For Your TIcKET ToDAY! VISITBooK Your pLAcE noW www.decomworld.com/decommissioning Visit www.decomworld.com/decommissioning or phone US TOLL FREE: 1800 814 3459
d&a summit 2012 at a glancepre-conference Workshops - march 21 networking Drinks partyNot only will your offshore decommissioning efforts benefit from On the evening of March 21, Offshore Cleaninginsight delivered by the most respected industry experts, you can Systems will be sponsoring a networking drinks partyalso take part in the free pre-conference workshops with purchase – book this in your diary now to meet and networkof any tickets... the below will take place on March 21. with the key decision makers within the offshore decommissioning industry.Workshop 1:The Cost of Decommissioning: A Financial AnalysisWorkshop 2:Human ResourcesWorkshop 3:Decommissioning Subsea StructuresconferenceThe Decommissioning and Abandonment Summit is the only place Not only that - but youll be able to meet, networkwhere youll be able to hear from the key operators driving their and share information with over 800 seniordecommissioning plans forward, BSEE experts on regulatory & licensing decommissioning decision makers. At a time whenupdates AND the major technology and service providers producing liabilities are high and work is plenty - can you affordinnovative new ideas for the industry. This information will help you form a not to attend?complete, successful strategy based on the latest information and updates. event at a glance MORNING LUNCH AFTERNOON EVENING • Regulations and March 22 Permitting • Networking • Costing Analysis • Networking Conference • Environmental • Planning and Lunch Break Drinks Party Day 1 Assessments Preparation March 23 • Track 1 - Well P&A • Networking • Track 1 - Well P&A Conference • End of Conference • Track 2 - Facilities Lunch Break • Track 2 - Facilities Day 2exhibitionSign up now to secure the best booth on the exhibition floor andgive your products and services the competitive edge. "Very informative and much moreMeet directly with your best prospects and clients as the D&ASummit is the one event where industry leaders make informed detailed than most conferences."procurement decisions. Jeff Arnoldi, ConocoPhillipsSign up early to capitalise on pre-event visibility via our networkof key industry players to guarantee that the industry and presstalk about YOU!Don’t forget that the D&A Summit exhibition floor is theplace where all the deals are made; products are launched,showcased and demonstrated.Do the right thing for your company and book your space nowbefore the floor sells out.contact Everad MacIndoe now at 1800 814 3459 ext 7560or email@example.comConnect with DecomWorld on LinkedIn and become a part of the global knowledge sharing forum focussed purely on decommissioning!
Hand-picked decommissioning experts will discussthe latest innovations and industry trends major operators regulatory and government Mike Saucier, Gunther Newcombe, Regional Supervisor - Field Operations, VP Decommissioning & OMS Manager, Bp Bsee Bureau of Safety and Environmental Randall Abadie, Enforcement (BSEE) Senior Staff Civil Engineer, Shell Exploration Lance Labiche, & production company Chairman – Office of Safety Management, Field Tom L. Morrison, Bsee Operations, GOM OCS Region, Offshore Completion & Well Intervention Bureau of Safety and Environmental Superintendent - Americas,Shell Exploration Enforcement (BSEE) & production company Doug Peter, Artificial Reef Coordinator, Lewis Dennis, LA Department of Wildlife and Gulf of Mexico Decommissioning Manager, Fisheries chevron other confirmed speaking independent operators organisations include: Skip Ward, Vice President - Operations & Production, Dr Brian Twomey, Managing Director, Anglo-Suisse offshore partners reverse Engineering Mike Cowan, Jon Khachaturian, Senior Advisor - Fluids and Cementing, President and CEO, Versabar, Inc Apache corporation Ron Hughes, Herb Pourciau, General Manager for Project Management Decommissioning Construction Project Manager, and Strategic Planning, Apache corporation TETrA offshore Services John Hoffman, CEO, Bobby Gaudet, Black Elk Energy Vice President - Operations, offshore cleaning Systems Gary Siems, Decommissioning Manager, Delaney Olstad, Western Hemisphere Stone Energy Decommissioning Champion, Weatherford International Will Pecue, President, Jerry Gilmore, Taylor Energy President, TSB offshore Charles Watson, Offshore Regulatory Compliance, Win Thornton, Global Managing Williams Consultant for Decommissioning, Worley parsons for the latest speaker upDate Visit WWW.DecomWorlD.com/Decommissioning UpSIgn ! TO DAY DecomWorld E-news Letter FREE Free news, analysis and business intelligence All this emailed completely for the offshore decommissioning community… free straight to your inbox • Industry Insight twice a month. • News Round UP Sign up free at • Interviews with Leading Experts www.decomworld.com • Executive Analysis Visit www.decomworld.com/decommissioning or phone US TOLL FREE: 1800 814 3459
stats and facts for 2012’s d&a summit Who you’ll meet… DecomWorld run three annual decommissioning conferences globally in the Gulf of Mexico, North Sea & Asia Pacific - placing us in the unique position of bringing together decommissioning expert from across the globe. Find out who attends these industry leading meetings below:11 Trade Associations 28 Independent 346 Decommissioning Service Providers including:& Regulatory Bodies Oil Companies Acergy M&H Energy ServicesBSEE/BOEMRE (Formerly MMS) Anglo-Suisse Offshore Partners AF Decom Offshore Mammoet SalvageDecommissioning Operators Apache Corporation AF Gruppen Norge NCAGroup ATP Oil & Gas Corporation Aker Solutions NCS SubseaDECC Badger Oil Aker Well Service Prime Cutter ServicesDepartment of Mineral Fuels Centrica Energy Upstream Allseas Engineering Proserv OffshoreOSPAR Commission Century Exploration N.O. AMEC Reverse EngineeringDecom North Sea Devon Energy B & J Martin Rotech SubseaInternational Oil & Gas Producers Dynamic Offshore Resources Baker Hughes SaipemMalaysian Oil & Gas Services Enbridge Energy Beerenberg Samsung Oil & GasCouncil Energy XXI Bisso Marine Co. SchlumbergerScottish Enterprise ERT Cal Dive International SeaMetric InternationalUKOOA Eni E&P Casbarian Engineering SeatraxSubsea UK Fairfield Energy Chet Morrison SMIT Marine Projects Hess Cutting Underwater Smith International6 Major Oil Companies Marathon Oil Technologies USA, Inc. Superior Energy Services Maritech Resources Fairwinds International TechnipBP Marlin Energy Foster Wheeler Energy TETRA Technologies, Inc.Chevron McMoRan Oil & Gas, LLC Fugro Chance VersabarConocoPhillips Nexen Petroleum USA Global Industries Wachs SubseaExxonMobil Nippon Oil Exploration Halliburton Weatherford InternationalShell International Exploration & Perenco Helix Well Ops U.S. INTEGRA Well OpsProduction Premier Oil Services Wild Well ControlTotal Stone Energy Corporation InterAct (Acteon) Worleyparsons Talisman Energy J. Ray McDermott And many, many more…6 National Oil Companies Taylor Energy Company Jacobs Engineering W&T OffshorePemex WilliamsPetronas PetroVietnam XTO EnergyPTT Exploration and Production 5 brand new features for 2012SonangolStatoilHydro For 2012 DecomWorld have introduced 5 new features that will help operators and contractors alike address their toughest decommissioning challenges. Based on over 50 research calls with the leading industry stakeholders, this year you canconference history benefit from:Since its inception in 2009, the D&A Summit hashad over 1,200 attendees from 350+ decommissioning > 800 senior level attendees for you to meet and networkorganizations in 15 countries. with over 3 days of business development> over 300 companies with decommissioning services > More value adding workshops giving you insights on have attended the conference approaches to decommissioning challenges in the Gulf of> 40 different national, major & independent oil Mexico to create a flawless decommissioning strategy companies represented. > 60+ booth exhibitor hall to give you the latest technologies> The conference last year had 52 exhibitors & available to help you increase efficiencies and drive down 28 high-level sponsors costs on your decommissioning projects> Over 70 senior decommissioning expert > The Decommissioning operator Group will be running their speakers have shared their experience at the summit quarterly meeting during the conference giving you the chance to network with the top decommissioning managers > Well p&A track discussing the latest technologies and innovations for plugging and abandonment to aid your future project strategyConnect with DecomWorld on LinkedIn and become a part of the global knowledge sharing forum focussed purely on decommissioning!
exhibition & sponsorship opportunities for 2012tailor maDe sponsorship options builD your oWn packageThe 4th Annual Decommissioning and Abandonment Summitoffers you an excellent range of sponsorship and exhibition in 3 simple stepsopportunities to suit every need and budget. We will tailor Unlike many other industry trade shows, exhibitions andmake a sponsorship package to your needs meaning conferences, our packages are not standard “one-size-fits-all”.that you can speak, build your brand and get exposure You tell us and we build it whatever your budget!for your services and technology in front of the leadingdecommissioning stakeholders. 1. Make a list of your most important aimsDo not miss out on the unrivalled opportunity in our 60 booth Exhibition booth Brand visibilityexhibition hall to do business and secure sales from the Private meetings Breakfast briefingsdecommissioning industry! Seatdrops Speaking slotsVErY LIMITED SpAcE AVAILABLE… Conference branding Segment sponsorcontact us now to secure your spot! 2. Work out your budget opportunities available include: Speak with your marketing team and decide on your annual conference investment – make sure you assign the right budget > 1 to 1 meetings with key decision makers to the right show! No matter what your budget total, we will > Take a speaking slot and address over 800 industry work with you to build a package that achieves your aims and leaders exceeds expectations > Show off your latest products in the exhibition hall 3. call Everad at DecomWorld to discuss your package now! Our exhibition space regularly sells out weeks in advance of the > Build your brand with exclusive promotional opportunities conference. So call today to make sure you secure your spot > Host interactive workshops, networking sessions and before you miss the chance secure high level branding of conference materials cALL noW Everad MacIndoe at 1800 814 3459 ext 7560 or email firstname.lastname@example.org BUSINESS CENTRE 51 50 49 48 47 46 “All of the operators had their decommissioning project managers 53 52 COFFEE 45 40 41 attending the conference; it gave us 42 43 44 an opportunity to discuss projects 39 38 5-0" 37 36 35 at a higher level. In addition, it 54 34 5-0" 31 32 provided an opportunity for us to MEETING 30 NETWORKING 33 showcase our newest technology” ZONE ZONE Tom Cheatum, Sales & Marketing CONFERENCE ROOM 55 27 5-0" 29 28 Manager, Versabar, Inc. 5-0" 24 25 26 22 23 21 18 17 16 15 “Another smash hit! This year’s D&A 56 20 19 Summit was very well attended, 5-0" COFFEE 14 57 providing excellent market 5-0" 5-0" 5-0" 5-0" 5-0" 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 networking opportunities and 58 5-0" 5-0" 5-0" 62 61 60 59 highly relevant and informative 4 5 REGISTRATION Elevators presentations.” 2 3 63 Al Hise, Business Development 1 Manager, NCS Subsea 5-0" 5-0" ION L ECT COL BAGlead exhibitors exhibitors CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. Specialized Dredging & Equipment Visit www.decomworld.com/decommissioning or phone US TOLL FREE: 1800 814 3459
conference day 1march 22ndKeynote conference Day Section 2: planning and preparation for Decommissioning The main conference day will be co-chaired by: Designing for Decommissioning • Take lessons learned from current decommissioning projects to help build solutions into new construction plans and Will Pecue, Randall Abadie, ensure future decommissioning challenges President, Senior Staff Civil Engineer, are prevented Taylor Energy Shell Exploration & • Understand the importance of preparing production company for decommissioning at the start of the E&P lifecycle and the changes that you need to implement in order to aid your future D&A activitiesSection 1: Market + regulatory update • Review a current update on “designing for decommissioning” best practice andDecommissioning market update new technologies for how you can put these new strategies into• Hear market updates for the Gulf of Mexico Decommissioning place with immediate effect and abroad, reviewing key lessons learned • Review the ways in which new Gunther Newcombe, to help you plan for future decommissioning technologies will reduce the financial VP Decommissioning & OMS Manager, Bp projects and human risks associated with• Discover the requirements for current decommissioning and how this will ultimately aid your project execution new methods to improve safety in decommissioning projects to gain a full understanding of where the industry needs high-risk areas • Study the gaps in the decommissioning extra services or products to move forward market where new products or services • Review the positives of technological successfully with decommissioning programs are needed in order to drive down innovations in heavy lift against more decommissioning costs and ultimately traditional techniques and how they can• Assess lessons learned by the industry from ensure project success help you to improve safety during offshore past offshore decommissioning projects in decommissioning order to drive efficiencies for future activities • Assess some of the new technological innovations for the decommissioning • Assess the credentials of cold cutting Panel: industry and how they have assisted techniques versus underwater burningGary Siems, methods and how safety can be improved operators with project implementationDecommissioning Manager, Stone Energy in this high-risk area Panel:Gunther Newcombe, • Understand the positives of using ROVs Skip Ward, for decommissioning tasks and how theirVP Decommissioning & OMS Manager, Bp Vice President - Operations & Production, use can mitigate risks during offshoreDarren J Morahan, President/CEO, Anglo-Suisse offshore partners decommissioning projectscougar offshore LLc Win Thornton, Lewis Dennis, Gulf of Mexico Decommissioning Global Managing Consultant for Manager, chevron Decommissioning, Worleyparsonsregulatory review for theDecommissioning industry moving into Deeper Waters: 400ft regulatory compliance: and beyond• Understand the current regulations for Decommissioning offshore decommissioning and how they apply to • Review your approaches to deep water your projects to ensure full compliance and • Understand the importance of regular decommissioning and take lessons learned conformity with the regulator interaction with BSEE when planning your from previous tasks to mitigate risks when decommissioning work to ensure projects preparing for future projects• Gain an update on the Idle Iron NTL and the begin on time and in compliance with the implications for decommissioning to help • Discuss the estimated expenses for regulator plan your future decommissioning strategy decommissioning of deep water rigs to • Review the importance of a long lead help prepare your strategy and arrange• Gain clarification on the current permitting time for regulatory processes to help an accurate budget for each of your process to help ensure decommissioning guarantee precise project execution properties tasks are completed on time and on timelines and an accurate forward budget • Assess the implications and potential strategy• Discover the importance of internal challenges of using ROVs instead of divers • Hear about the principal regulatory in deep water projects to ensure you are communication and regular interaction challenges facing operators in the offshore prepared for new project scenarios with the regulator to guarantee project market and the strategies that you must advancements and prevent project Dr Brian Twomey, Managing Director, have in place to overcome them overruns reverse Engineering Charles Watson, Offshore RegulatoryMike Saucier, Compliance, WilliamsRegional Supervisor - Field Operations,BSEE/BoEMrE Connect with DecomWorld on LinkedIn and become a part of the global knowledge sharing forum focussed purely on decommissioning!
conference day 1 march 22ndmulti-facility campaign • Assess the social and economic • Discover the ways to achieve precise cost planning: insights and lessons impacts of decommissioning to fully estimates for P&A to ensure projects do not understand the effects on the ecosystem differ from your allocated budgetlearned and to ensure your approaches are • Review the cost variations when using wireline, • Define the differences between understanding of the environment coil tubing or rig based P&A methods to fully campaign planning and traditional John Hoffman, CEO, Black Elk Energy understand the price differentials that could project management to understand affect P&A projects how this approach could aid your decommissioning projects topside Decommissioning• Discuss the benefits of campaign preparation p&a cementing planning in terms of resource loading, • Evaluate the standardized cementing program • Discuss the methodologies and cost efficiencies, and risk mitigation that has been developed by Apache to procedures for hydrocarbon freeing to appreciate the benefits of this help you to implement new changes when to ensure robust preparation for approach approaching future P&A cementing tasks decommissioning projects• Hear examples of the management • Review Apaches work on developing a • Review the challenges with all types of tools in place to assist in planning standard, state-of-the-art cement blend that waste handling and disposal to help as well as TETRAs recent campaign is robust for providing hydraulic isolation over prepare your approaches for future planning lessons learned to help a wide range of conditions and how this new decommissioning tasks prepare you for future decommissioning method can be adapted for use in your future • Delve deeper into the difficulties decommissioning programs project execution of dealing with naturally occurring • Hear the approaches that Apache have taken Ron Hughes, General Manager for Project radioactive materials (NORM) to ensure to ensure plug cementing both operationallyManagement and Strategic Planning, appropriate systems are in place to deal and with materials and how this innovativeTETrA offshore Services with this challenge P&A cementing program can be modified Bobby Gaudet, Vice President - Operations, for use on your forthcoming decommissioningSection 3: costing Analysis offshore cleaning Systems tasks Mike Cowan, Senior Advisor - Fluids andcost effective Decommissioning Cementing, Apache corporation- improving on traditionalmethods conference day 2 standards and testing in Well p&a• Understand the impact of a changing march 23rd • Understand why standards for well P&A operating and regulatory environment activity are crucial and how cooperation with in the Gulf of Mexico to help you to Track 1 – Wells these standards can assist or damage your prepare for unavoidable market shifts forthcoming plugging and abandonment• Review the traditional decommissioning plugging and abandonment projects methods that have been adopted regulatory update • Gain an awareness of the assurances that by the offshore industry and evaluate sufficient testing on plugged and abandoned • Hear about BSEEs current processes and conventional techniques to understand wells give for project confidence and the plans for decommissioning regulations how improvements can be made mitigation of any future risks and what this means for your future• Learn new strategies and approaches decommissioning projects in the Gulf • Receive an overview of new well plugging that you can implement immediately and abandonment standards to ensure your • Understand the deliverables when to complete more decommissioning continued compliance with best practice undertaking plugging and abandonment projects for less money strategies work and how best to coordinate yourGary Siems, Decommissioning Manager, communications with BSEEStone Energy • Review the regulatory landscape and platform structural considerations for lessons learned from well plugging and p&a operationsSection 4: Environmental abandonment projects to aid future P&A • Review the importance of platform structural challenges for applications and drive efficiencies for inspections prior to P&A operations and how upcoming projects this crucial phase will guarantee optimumDecommissioning preparation for your project Lance Labiche, Chairman – Office of Safetygom ecosystem analysis Management, Field Operations, GOM OCS • Understand how platform damages from • Understand more about the species Region, BSEE/BoEMrE corrosion, modifications and operations and ecosystems found in the Gulf of can impact the original design loads of the structure to appreciate the impact that this Mexico which may be affected by plugging and abandonment cost decommissioning and how you can can have on P&A operations assessment make small changes to avoid disrupting • Hear how platform loadings due to P&A • Understand the challenges when sea life operations can be insignificant to the global assessing plugging and abandonment• Hear about the potential effects of capacity of the structure but can greatly costs to guarantee a comprehensive decommissioning on local multi-billion impact local beam loading when considering expenditure analysis and an accurate dollar industries in the region and how your future P&A strategies financial plan the oil and gas industry can prevent Nancy Poulos, President, Athena consulting potential damage to local businesses Visit www.decomworld.com/decommissioning or phone US TOLL FREE: 1800 814 3459
conference day 2 march 23rdWell p&a panel: meet the experts Track 2 – Facilities Diving issues During• Hear from the major plugging and Decommissioning abandonment contractors who will discuss chair opening & apache project • Tackle the safety issues currently associated best practice and project approaches for update with diving for the offshore decommissioning P&A to help you to coordinate a plan for Chair: Herb Pourciau, Decommissioning community to ensure safe operations for your upcoming projects Construction Project Manager, divers on your project• Review the preparations and strategies Apache corporation • Assess the management challenges with that must be in place prior to P&A diving and understand how operators and execution to ensure successful project dive contractors can work in harmony to cutting update planning and a solid base to move improve safety and efficiencies forward with P&A implementation • Discover details of new cutting technologies that will aid your • Take a look at the schemes and initiatives • Understand project best practice and currently underway in the region that decommissioning projects and help approaches to appreciate the level of are helping to improve diving safety and you to perform cutting activities in a accuracy and skill that needs to go into ensuring a sounder operating environment faster, more cost-effective way P&A execution for divers • Compare the reliability, suitability and • Examine P&A project case studies key benefits of different cutting tool and assess their results to help you to planning and executing a safe and options to improve cutting efficiencies implement successful strategies into efficient sub-sea cutting operation and lower costs your future plugging and abandonment • Receive an update on the latest • Assess the importance of solid project planning advancements in topside cutting and Identification to guarantee the success ofPanel: Delaney Olstad, Western Hemisphere your decommissioning project from the start structure removal technologies as wellDecommissioning Champion, of the process as pile and jacket cutting technologyWeatherford International to appreciate all of the options • Understand the importance of preparing Tom Slocum, Express Energy Services available to you a detailed cutting plan to ensure safe and Panel: Mike Hargrave, Sales & Marketing efficient sub-sea cutting operations Manager, cuT uSA • Hear about the need for a solid review rig-less plugging and John Davis, Manager-NCA, of your cutting plan to guarantee theabandonment oceaneering successful execution of your project• Review the potential cost savings of rig-less P&A compared with rig-based operations Gary L. DeMarsh, President, Jerry Gilmore, President, TSB offshore to help estimate your costs DEMEX International, Inc• Hear the results from a rig-less P&A task Harald Ramfjord, Chef Technical Officer, salvage to gain a fuller understanding of the Beerenberg • Consider the benefits the salvage industry advantages when going rig-less can bring to the offshore industry so that you have a wider choice of options and are• Assess the P&A equipment and resources Development and operational aware of all salvaging capabilities available including the innovative rig- use of the claw less system and how it has helped to • Recognize the similarities between the • Review the drivers behind the revolutionize the way P&A is conducted salvaging and offshore industries in terms of desire to develop new salvage/ and scheduled equipment used and activities undertaken decommissioning technology to so you know why those synergies should beTom L. Morrison, Offshore Completion & Well improve current practices and how exploitedIntervention Superintendent - Americas, this technology could assist your futureShell Exploration & production company projects • Review the similar principles of physics that are undertaken by the salvage industryDelaney Olstad, Western Hemisphere • Understand how the strategic and oil and gas sector to understand howDecommissioning Champion, partnership between Versabar and capabilities and best practice can beWeatherford International Chevron was developed and each shared and exchanged companies commitment towards the development of this technology tosubsea wells rigs to reef help you appreciate the need for joint• Examine the challenges with ventures and partnerships to move the • Understand the pros and cons of the rigs to decommissioning subsea wells and the industry forward reef program and whether or not it will be approaches that you need to take in suitable for the properties in your portfolio • Assess the challenges encountered order to ensure effective project execution during the development, construction • Evaluate the permits that have been issued • Understand the potential hazards to other and operational use of The Claw to for rigs to reef in the Gulf of Mexico to gain users of the sea when decommissioning fully appreciate this innovative new a better understanding of the progress of subsea wells and the strategies you can tool and how it will drive efficiencies for the program put in place to mitigate any prospective the industry • Hear about the impacts of the rigs to reef risks Jon Khachaturian, President and CEO, program on ecosystems and biodiversity in• Assess the challenges when approaching Versabar, Inc the GOM region hurricane damaged subsea wells and Doug Peter, Artificial Reef Coordinator, how to prepare for P&A execution when LA Department of Wildlife and Fisheries managing similar scenarios Connect with DecomWorld on LinkedIn and become a part of the global knowledge sharing forum focussed purely on decommissioning!
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