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E&Ps can come up with the optimal production optimization strategy, but if they don't have the right technologies, and support services to execute it, all that planning is a wasted exercise. With new artificial lifts, production optimization technologies and products and services for managing chemicals, power generation and water management crucial to maximizing recovery and margins, the New Artificial Lift Designs & Production Optimization Technologies Permian Basin Congress 2018 is an excellent opportunity for vendors to capitalize on new business opportunities with E&P operators in a shale play that is showing no signs of slowing down.

If your focus is in one or more of these areas, this event offers the right platform for building long-term partnerships with E&P operators.

  • Artificial Lift Technologies
  • Production Optimization Technologies/Systems
  • Rod Lift Technologies/Systems
  • Gas Lift Technologies/Systems
  • ESP Technologies/Systems
  • Jet Pumps Technologies/Systems
  • Pump Off Controllers
  • Biocides
  • Chemical Injection Technologies/Systems
  • Water Treatment Technologies/Systems
  • Power Generators
  • Gas fired compressors
  • Microgrids
  • Production Chemicals
  • Parrafin remediation Services
  • Corrosion inhibitors
  • Scale Inhibitors
  • Emulsion reduction Services
  • Friction Reducers/ Surfactants
  • New production automation technologies
  • SCADA systems
  • Remote Monitoring Technologies/Systems

Contact ABC at sponsorship@american-business-conferences.com to reserve strategic speaking positions and/or booths early, and showcase innovations in...


No Other Event Will Give You The Chance To Meet Active Operators With The Right Job Titles


Including Managing Partners, COOs, CEOs, CFOs, VPs, Presidents, Directors, Chiefs, Managers, Engineers, Specialists, Advisors, Superintendents of...

  • Production
  • Operations
  • Production Technology
  • Artificial Lift
  • Well Stimulation
  • Well Optimization
  • Well Reliability
  • Workover
  • Automation
  • Reservoir
  • Drilling
  • Completions

...from the prolific Permian Basin, Eagle Ford, Marcellus & Utica, Rocky Mountain Plays, Mid-Continent, and beyond.


Full Two Day Agenda: Wednesday 24 & Thursday 25 January, 2018

AGENDA DAY 1: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2018

Formation-Specific Artificial Lift Selection & Implementation Strategies And Innovative Technologies To Maximize Reserve Recovery, Drive Down Lifting Costs And Maximize Payback

8:40 Chair's Opening Remarks

BENCHMARK PRODUCTION STRATEGIES & ARTIFICIAL LIFT TECHNIQUES TO OPTIMIZE PERFORMANCE OVER THE FULL LIFE OF PERMIAN WELLS  

KEYNOTE PANEL: PLAY-BY-PLAY STRATEGIC VISIONS & OPERATIONAL STRATEGIES

8:50 Leveraging New Operational Strategies & Innovative Artificial Lift Technologies To Maximize Recovery, Drive Down OpEx And Reduce Well Failure Frequency

The opening E&P keynote panel at the 2018 event sees multiple operators with premier positions in the Permian Basin's Wolfcamp, Spraberry and Wolfberry plays share strategic visions and first-hand technical expertise, relative to their acreage positions, to deliver actionable solutions for maximizing production out of new and existing assets across the full life of the well

> Improve Run Times > Increase Pump Efficiencies > Maximize Product Values

  • What's Driving Artificial Lift Selection Decisions? Assess mind-sets and decision making criteria and determine what factors, including economics, are driving artificial lift selection decisions
  • Improve Run Times & Pump Life : Get details on how to make your equipment perform better and last longer, recognizing formation differences
  • Reduce Well Failure Frequency : Understand the strategic thinking and technical specifics to reduce sand, corrosion and scale related failures
  • Production Automation : Assess initial IPs and failure rates to assess the effects of automating production equipment
  • Cost Control : Demonstrating how procedures and practices have been streamlined to improve the bottom line

Jeff Ryan, Production Manager, Diamondback Energy

Austin Caudill, Production Engineer, Kinder Morgan

9:20 Question & Answer Session

REDUCE LIFTING COSTS + MAXIMIZE PRODUCTION REVENUE

LEARN HOW TO DRIVE PROJECT ECONOMICS  & INCREASE COST SAVINGS: PANEL DICSUSSION

9:30 Innovative Strategies To Minimize Overall Lifting Costs Including Chemical, Electricity, Workover And Water Management Expenditure

When an average Permian well is producing 10,000 barrels a day, reducing lifting costs by even a couple of cents a barrel can make a significant difference to a project's bottom line. Focusing on the ultimate goal of making the most of every well, without increasing cost, hear these Permian operators outline cost-reduction strategies to understand what they did to reduce operating costs and increase production revenues

  • Chemical Cost : Determine the most cost-effective chemical solutions proven to minimize Corrosion and Scale and extend the life of pumps
  • Electricity Cost : Understand which power supply options are driving down the cost of electricity to minimize operational cost in Permian wells
  • Workover Cost : Quantifying workover frequency and per unit cost for workovers and establishing mechanisms for bringing down this expense
  • Water Management Costs : Detailing cost-effective water management practices to reduce the cost of water sourcing, treatment and disposal

> Plus Automation Solutions: Debating how game-changing automation technologies can enable operators to realize greater cost savings, while maximizing efficiency

Daniel Rohling, Fmr. Permian Asset Manager, EP Energy

Diane Nielsen, Global Market Manager, Oil & Gas, Materion

REDUCE LIFTING COSTS & MAXIMIZE PRODUCTION REVENUE: CASE STUDY

10:00 Advanced Sucker Rod Coupling Material- Reduce HIT failures, Reduce Lifting Costs, Increase Production

Diane Nielsen, Global Market Manager, Oil & Gas, Materion

10:20 Question & Answer Session

10:25 Morning Refreshments in the Exhibition Showcase Area

ARTIFICIAL LIFT LIFECYCLE OWNERSHIP COSTS & PAY POINTS

DETERMINE WHICH LIFT SYSTEMS DELIVER THE OPTIMAL CASH FLOW TO ACHIEVE THE HIGHEST RETURNS AT EVERY PHASE OF WELL'S LIFE

TOTAL LIFECYCLE OWNERSHIP COST & RETURNS

10:55 Gain Clarity On The Total Lifecycle Ownership Cost Of Different Artificial Lift Systems, Including Repair And Maintenance, To Determine Which Deliver The Highest Economic Value

What is the real cost of owning artificial lift equipment against the payback E&Ps get from it during the well's life cycle? With the industry, for the most part, not having true data to understand this, this presentation reveals  everything you need to know in relation to the economics of artificial lift systems with oil prices still comparatively low

  • Assess the life-cycle ownership cost of artificial lift systems: What do artificial lifts really cost and when do you start seeing a tangible payback?
  • Learn how to weigh up artificial lift purchases relative to acreage position operate and monthly cash flow requirements
  • Evaluate the break even point and projecting payback beyond that point

11:25 Question & Answer Session

ARTIFICIAL LIFT DESIGN: FULL LIFECYCLE CASE STUDY

WOLFCAMP E&P INSIGHT TO DEVELOP AN ARTIFICIAL LIFT STRATEGY THAT WORKS

ARTIFICIAL LIFT DESIGN STRATEGY

11:35 Sharing An Artificial Lift Design Strategy That Is Delivering The Highest Number Of Barrels Over The Life Of The Well, As Quickly And Cost-Effectively As Possible

Going through the game plan stage-by-stage, from pre-lift through each transition point, this Wolfcamp presentation sees Fortuna Resources deliver strategic and technical insight on artificial lift selection and progression mechanisms for the whole life cycle of the well and choices made for the short, medium and long term.

  • Initial Determination : Understand the criteria used to vet different artificial lift mechanisms in the initial stage to determine selection relative to well types and pay zones
  • Predict Lift Choices : Learn how to use production forecasts to make artificial lift selection decisions and
  • Examine Production Data : Assess IPs and decline rates to quantify whether strategic decisions were successful
  • Mitigate Failures : Quantify the extent to which failures were kept under control

Youness El Fadili, EVP Operations, Fortuna Resources

12:05 Question & Answer Session

PUMPING UNIT INNOVATIONS: DOUBLE YOUR WORKING EFFICIENCY

12:15 Improve Facility Efficiency and Reduce Operation Cost Through Technology Innovation

The low working efficiency and high maintaining cost of pump jacks accounts for a large portion of oil production operation cost. The best way to improve the working efficiency of an equipment is through innovation. Hear the latest on a new type pumping unit which not only doubles the working efficiency but also greatly reduce the maintaining cost.Understand how the new technology is :

  • Changing the energy transferring method to reduce energy loss
  • Redesigning the structure of the pumping unit for easily adjustment and maintenance
  • Integrating automatic control and adjustment function to reduce management cost
  • Employing long stroke feature to reduce the impact on suck rod and prolong its life time

Andy Yin, Global Business Development Manager, Anpan Technology

12:35 Question & Answer Session

12:40 Networking Lunch In The Exhibition Area

ARTIFICIAL LIFT SELECTION STRATEGIES

ESTABLISHING LIFT TYPES THAT DELIVER OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE, BY PLAY TYPE, PAY ZONE & PHASE OF THE WELL'S LIFECYCLE

PART 1 > SELECTION SPECIFIC TO WELLBORE CONDITIONS

1:40 Understand What's Driving E&Ps To Use One Artificial Lift Type Over Another To Maximize Reservoir Recovery In Different Permian Pay Zones And Well Bore Conditions

Changing well bore conditions, including temperatures and pressures, are all crucial factors that need to be considered when making cost-intensive artificial lift decisions. Whether you have contiguous or limited acreage, artificial lift selections decisions are going to be essential to optimizing production performance. This is your opportunity to fully understand every minute detail that is considered before the selection decisions

  • Understand depths and pressure differences in Permian reservoir and how they impact selection decisions
  • Understand what drives a company choose to run an ESP over a gas lift for Wolfcamp, Spraberry and/or Wolfberry wells
  • Examine factors driving artificial lift selection in Permian counties and formations

Mark Linroth, Technical Services Director, Kinder Morgan

PART 2 > SELECTION SPECIFIC TO PRODUCTION STAGES

2:00 Establish Artificial Lift Types That Suit Different Production Stages To Maximize Recovery And Netbacks

As a well moves from the initial phase to the middle and later stages of production, operators need to consider what types of artificial lift to apply when that initial flowback stage drops off. Maintaining a well at optimum productivity over its entire life cycle means making the correct decisions at every stage

  • Learn how predicted pressure changes during different stages of the well life can be used to determine the best type of artificial lift for reducing well downtime
  • Distinguish which artificial lifts provide the best IPs during the early, middle and decline stages of the well
  • Quantify the amount of downtime seen per artificial lift type to establish overall recovery rates

Mark Linroth, Technical Services Director, Kinder Morgan

2:20 Question & Answer Session

ARTIFICIAL LIFT PROGRESSION: CHANGEOVER & SWITCHING DECISIONS

DETERMINE INITIAL CROSSOVER POINTS & APPROPRIATE SWITCHING TIMING

CROSSOVER POINTS AND SWITCHING ARTIFICIAL LIFT TYPES

2:30 Assess When To Deploy Artificial Lifts As Pressure Drops in the Initial Phase And How To Switch Artificial Lift Types To Keep Barrels Flowing

What starts out as a naturally flowing well in the initial stages typically declines in output as pressure drops off. The well at this stage can show rapidly changing conditions - your settings for one may not be the best for the next week. Eventually there will be questions around when that decline in pressure becomes fast enough to warrant the application of artificial lift. Later in the production stage a lot of operators face questions on when to make the switch from one type of artificial lift to another. Hear this presentation to understand key strategies for answering these questions to extend the economic life of your project:

  • Hear how to determine the appropriate change over point for implementing artificial lift while maintaining the economic payback of the project
  • Learn how to make the changeover and keep the well economic in the current price environment
  • Understand the measures operators take to determine the length of application for each artificial lift method
  • Learn how operators decide when to change from one type of artificial lift to the next
  • Find out what strategies operators implement to control CAPEX and OPEX at this crucial turning point to avoid abandoning the project

3:00 Question & Answer Session

3:10 Afternoon Refreshments in the Exhibition Showcase Area

ARTIFICIAL LIFT APPLICATION STRATEGIES & SUCCESS STORIES

TYING ARTIFICIAL TECHNOLOGIES WITH PRODUCTION PERFORMANCE, RUN TIME & RELIABILITY TO MAKE WELLS MORE ECONOMIC & PROFITABLE

JET PUMP DESIGN & APPLICATION

3:40 Hear Liberty Resources Strategy For Jet Pump Design And Application Relative To Wellbore Pressure And Depths

  • Determine optimal design guidelines and configuration to optimize functionality and performance
  • Analyze well and LOE data to quantify economic gains from gas lift application
  • Sharing best practices to reduce pump failures and downtime

Bryan Bugg, Engineering Supervisor, Liberty Resources

4:10 Question & Answer Session

ESP APPLICATION STRATEGY

4:20 Evaluate Innovative Configurations And Application Strategies To Implement High Volume ESPs And Maximize Reserve Recovery In The Flowback Stage

  • Learn how to implement ESPs at the initial stage and understand how to extend the life of your unit when it is under rapidly changing conditions
  • Find out how operators determine the right amount of voltage level
  • Assess how operators quantify the level of surge protection required
  • Understand how to work with ESP specialists to monitor the changing operating parameters for the ESP system during the early phase of production

Mick Harrison, CEO & President, Harrison-Wright Oil Company, LLC

4:50 Question & Answer Session

LIQUID ASSISTED GAS LIFT

5:00 Presenting A New Case for Liquid-Assisted Gas Lift Unloading

  • Demonstrating how the injection of a gas/liquid mixture allows the transport of gas to a deep injection point with injection pressure considerably lower than single-phase gas injection
  • Sharing experimental results using Liquid-Assisted Gas Lift Unloading and how it can lower the surface injection-pressure requirements by up to 75%

Renato Coutinho, Louisiana State University

5:30 Question & Answer Session

5:40 Chair's Closing Remarks

5:50 - 6:50 Networking Drinks Reception In The Exhibition Area

AGENDA DAY 2: THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 2018

Practical Solutions To Mitigate Failure Frequency & Reduce LOE > Focus On Chemical Costs, Workover Rates, Sand & Corrosion Failures, Electricity And Water Costs + Learn How To Predict Failures Through Data Analytics, New Technologies & Automation

8:40 Chair's Opening Remarks

MINIMIZE THE FREQUENCY OF WELL BORE & EQUIPMENT FAILURE, AND WORKOVER COSTS

OPENING KEYNOTE: LOWER THE COST OF THE TOP THREE LOE CATEGORIES

8:50 Best Practices For Proactive Artificial Lift Maintenance And Cost-Optimized Chemical Programs To Minimize Failure Frequency, Reduce Workover Rates And Maximize Production Performance

  • Determine the larger run-time issues associated with artificial lift equipment in different basins
  • Evaluate how run-time issues drive into well bore failures
  • Assess additional factors that cause shutdowns and mechanisms to minimize them
  • Learn how different formation compare when looking at the costs associated with well failures, well bore failures and workovers
  • How are these costs broken down and what are the controlling factors in each region

Henry D. Lopez, Senior Staff Production Engineer, Pioneer Natural Resources

9:20 Question & Answer Session

MINIMIZE SAND AND SCALE & CORROSION RELATED FAILURES

 STRATEGIES TO INCREASE EQUIPMENT EFFICIENCY & REDUCE DOWNTIME

MINIMIZE SAND RELATED FAILURES

9:30 Establish Cost-Effective Solutions To Reduce The Influx Of Sand To Improve ESP Motor Reliability And Mitigate Downtime On Wells

  • Understand how the operator determined the cause of failure related to sand production and not gas interference
  • Learn how this operator dealt with sand production during the recovery stage at different production stages
  • Quantify the volumes of sand recovered at every stage to plan accordingly
  • Assess what the operator did to mitigate any resulting shaft breaks on the ESP

10:00 Question & Answer Session

10:10 Morning Refreshments in the Exhibition Showcase Area

INNOVATIVE MATERIALS TO PREVENT WELL BORE FAILURES

LEARN HOW TO IMPLEMENT NEW MULTI-LEVEL PROTECTION MATERIALS

NEW MATERIALS TO PREVENT LIFT FAILURES

10:40 Sharing Diamondback's Expertise On How To Assess The Application, Composition And Protection Levels Of New Materials To Reduce Lift Failures

  • Assess organic protection level for corrosion and combination of corrosion and erosion protection
  • Showcasing metallic materials including Nanoplex to coat and protect equipment and reduce the frequency of failures
  • Highlighting material composition and multilevel protection capabilities to protect against erosion and corrosion of equipment and tubulars

Matthew Berkebile, Senior Production Engineer, Diamondback Energy

Levi Harris, Production Engineer,Diamondback Energy

11:10 Question & Answer Session

PERMANENT MAGNET MOTOR TECHNOLOGY

11:20 Learn How To Leverage Permanent Magnet Motor Technology To Improve Well Profitability

The induction motor has dominated the global market for decades; however permanent magnet motors are gaining acceptance for use in ESP artificial lifts, with some  operators reporting 20%-30% reduction in power cost, improved efficiency, and wider applications for today's challenging wells. This presentation sees Chevron showcasing their experience with this technology and demonstrating how best to leverage it to reduce operating expense to...

  • Influence well construction for capital cost savings
  • Address challenging environments to remain profitable

Dennis Harris, WRO/Artificial Lift Systems, Chevron Energy Technology Company

11:50 Question & Answer Session

REDUCE CORROSION & SCALE RELATED FAILURES

12:00 Learn How To Treat And Minimize Corrosion And Scale Build-Up On Rod Pumps And Extend The Life Of Equipment, While Maintaining Production Levels

  • Learn which acid treatments work well treatments that improve pump efficiency
  • Compare the effectiveness of corrosion inhibitors to determine if its worth running a capillary string to make sure chemicals reach target
  • Assess the appropriate methods for treating pump systems for scale and corrosion build-up
  • Evaluate how rod pump compare with ESP in terms of scale/corrosion related failures and how they respond to chemical treatment

12:30 Question & Answer Session

12:40 Networking Lunch In The Exhibition Area

OPEX REDUCTION STRATEGIES TO MINIMIZE THE COST OF CHEMICALS, POWER, WORKOVERS & WATER MANAGEMENT

DEVELOP PROGRAMS THAT ARE OPERATIONALLY & ECONOMICALLY EFFICIENT

REDUCE CHEMICAL COSTS

1:40 Determine Chemical Types, Injection Rates And Delivery Systems To Reduce The Cost Of Chemical Programs Without Compromising Performance

  • Examine operator practices regarding material selection for inhibiting well failure frequency to assess impact on chemical consumption and cost reductions
  • Assessing the efficiency of automated backflow systems for continuous chemical usage to understand impact on well performance and cost
  • Learn how this operator selected specific materials to inhibit well failure frequency and what metrics were applied to understand impact on chemical consumption
  • Learn how Permian operators have successfully implemented continuous chemical treatment program to reduce overall usage

Bryan Bugg, Engineering Supervisor, Liberty Resources

2:10 Question & Answer Session

REDUCE WORKOVER RATES

2:20 Examine Time And Cost-Effective Intervention Practices To Reduce Workover Rates And Proactive Strategies For When They Are Unavoidable

  • Identifying problematic wells that need to be worked over more frequently to match operation practices to specific wellbore conditions
  • Assess the conditions in specific basins that contained a high number of problem wells to design basin wide operation practices that increase efficiency and reduce costs
  • Compare workover costs against chemical and electricity costs to understand overall impact of each category and assess potential for incremental cost reductions

2:30 Question & Answer Session

MINIMIZE PRODUCED WATER FLOWBACK

2:40 Assess Key Strategies To Reduce Flowback And Bring Down The Cost Of Water Treatment And Disposal

Operators can achieve significant reductions in water handling costs by minimizing the amount of water that a well produces in the first place. This presentation will look at specific water management practices that will save on cost and have the potential for enhancing well performance

  • Examine operator strategies for minimizing the amount of water that enters the wellbore during production, including shutting off sections of the wellbore that water is coming from to assess impact on overall water management costs.
  • Examine down hole separation of water and gas as a strategy for minimizing produced water levels to assess the upfront cost of the equipment against later savings on water management.
  • Assess injection to a below surface water-disposal formation to minimize costs and environmental impacts of surface disposal.

3:10 Question & Answer Session

3:20 Afternoon Refreshments In Exhibition Area

REDUCE POWER GENERATION COST

3:50 Assess How Permian Operators Are Obtaining Sufficient Power At Economic Rates To Ensure Sustained Production

  • Evaluate what operators are doing to gain access to power supplies in remote locations
  • Examine how an operator is planning for sub-stations to facilitate production while keeping costs low
  • Explore how new power generation technologies are enabling operators to maximize electricity cost savings

This key topic area can greatly benefit from the involvement of a vendor company that wants to share insight on new power generation technologies to help operators maximize efficiencies and bring down costs.

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4:10 Question & Answer Session

CROSS-BASIN LESSONS & TRANSFERABLE TECHNOLOGIES

TIMELY INSIGHTS TO DEVELOP PRODUCTION OPTIMIZATION STRATEGIES THAT WORK IN THE APPALACHIAN, ROCKY MOUNTAINS, WCSB & BEYOND

OPTIMIZATION STRATEGIES FOR APPALACHIAN, ROCKIES & WCSB OPERATORS

4:20 Assess Permian Artificial Lift Application Strategies And Production Optimization Technologies That Deliver Tangible Results Outside West Texas Permian

How operators from the Permian handle production optimization and what artificial lift choices they make at each stage can offer useful insights for operators throughout North America. This panel sees operators outline lessons learned to understand which can be transferred to other plays

  • Assess Permian operational strategies and equipment choices for optimizing the initial flowback phase to understand applicability in non-Permian wells.
  • Examine Permian strategies for managing gas interference to assess impact on artificial lift performance and compare with experience of US operators outside the Permian
  • Outline techniques for predicting downhole failures to assess applicability across US regions

Guy Jordan, Engineer Petroleum, Whiting Petroleum

Ryan Tombiln, Senior Production Engineer, Citation Oil & Gas

Mick Harrison, President & CEO,Harrison-Wright Oil Company, LLC

4:50 Question And Answer Session

5:00 Chair's Closing Remarks

5:10 End of the New Artificial Lift & Production Optimization Technologies Permian Basin Congress 2018

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Why Attend?

Delivering Actionable Solutions To Recover The Highest Number Of Barrels Over the Life Of The Well As Quickly And Cost Effectively As Possible

>> PRODUCTION & ARTIFICIAL LIFT WORKSHOPS, JANUARY 23

  • Leverage Game-Changing Innovations In Production & Artificial Lift Automation Technologies & Software Systems

>> MAIN TWO-DAY CONFERENCE, JANUARY 24 & 25

> HIGHLIGHTS OF CONFERENCE DISCUSSIONS ON DAY 1

  • Benchmark Artificial Lift Techniques To Optimize Permian Well Performance > Strategic Visions And Technical  Solutions For Maximizing Output Across The Full Life Of The Well
  • Reduce Lifting Costs & Maximizing Production Revenue > Outlining Operator Solutions For Minimizing Chemical, Electricity & Workover Costs That Save Dollars While And Maintain The Project's Bottom Line
  • Total Lifecycle Ownership Cost Of Different Artificial Lift Systems > Understand Real Costs Of Owning Equipment To Determine Which Deliver The Highest Economic Value
  • Artificial Lift Design Full Life Cycle Case Studies > Wolfcamp E&P Technical Insight To Deliver The Highest Number of Barrels Over The Life Of The Well
  • Match Lift Type To Production Stages > Understand Artificial Lift That Best Suits Different Well Stages To Maximize Recovery And Netbacks
  • Establish When To Deploy Artificial Lift As Pressure Drops In The Initial Phase > Understand How To Keep Barrels Flowing And Extend The Economic Life Of Projects

> HIGHLIGHTS OF CONFERENCE DISCUSSIONS ON DAY 2

  • Minimize Frequency Of Wellbore & Equipment Failure & Workover Rates > Proactive E&P Visions To Reduce Operation Failures, Increase Runtimes And Maximize Production Performance
  • Minimize Sand Related Failures > Establish Cost-Effective Solutions To Reduce The Influx Of Sand To Improve ESP Motor Reliability And Mitigate Downtime On Wells
  • Reduce Corrosion & Scale Related Failures > Treat For Corrosion And Scale Build-Up In Pumps To Extend The Life Of Equipment While Maintaining Production Levels   
  • New Materials To Prevent Lift Failures > Assess Innovations For Multi-Level Protection Against Corrosion To Reduce Failures And Extend Life Of Equipment
  • Failure Detection Software Systems > Updates On The Latest Advances And Analytic Capabilities To Proactively Detect And Prevent Equipment Failures
  • Reduce Chemical Costs > Determine Chemical Types, Injection Rates And Delivery Systems To Reduce The Cost Of Chemical Programs Without Compromising Performance
  • Reduce Workover Rates > Examine Time And Cost-Effective Intervention Practices To Bring Down Workovers, Increase Efficiency And Reduce Costs

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