Facilities Design Onshore Summit 2014
Organization: American Business Conferences
|Event Date/Time: Sep 30, 2014||End Date/Time: Oct 01, 2014|
With onshore, unconventional well count anticipated to reach over 20,000 by year's end, and shale oil and gas production set to peak in 2021 at 4.8 million b/dand 6,991 billion cubic feet respectively - the stage has been set for a prolific period of activity in onshore unconventional facilities engineering to effectively meet the demands of the expanding shale revolution.
While operators are trying to increase the rate at which facilities are coming online to accommodate expanding upstream development plans, they face a wave of new challenges in the context of tightening environmental regulations ; the need for the standardization of facilities to maximize repeatability without compromising the reliability and run time of production and gathering equipment; and justifying investment in modular design to optimize versatility of equipment for well site facilities.NORTH AMERICA'S FIRST CONGRESS DEDICATED PURELY TO THE ONSHORE FACILITIES ENGINEERING DISCIPLINE
For the first time in history, Facilities VPs, Managers and Engineers from the likes ofChevron North America E&P, Apache Corporation, Southwestern Energy, Carrizo Oil & Gas, Devon Energy, Cabot Oil & Gas and other key E&P operators across the Permian, Eagle Ford, Bakken, and Marcellus, will be meeting at the very first Facilities Design Onshore Summit 2014.
This critically timed initiative will allow delegates and speakers to compare the most advanced design philosophies in a way that has never been done before, to identify means of more cost effectively optimizing design and equipment selectionwhile applying recent environmental regulations in onshore, unconventional oil, gas and liquid fields. The entire congress has been designed with one mission: to share case studies and innovations to improve the lead-time, run time, reliability and economics of key well site facilities, including:Individual Well Pad Facilities Multi-Well Pad Facilities Central Gathering Facilities Condensate Stabilization Facilities Gas Processing Facilities Artificial Lift Facilities