Powering Onshore Oil & Gas Facilities 2016
|Event Date/Time: Feb 24, 2016||End Date/Time: Feb 25, 2016|
|Registration Date: Feb 23, 2016|
|Early Registration Date: Jan 15, 2016|
Power demands today are exponentially growing to meet the needs for providingoptimal reliability, efficiency and economic payback from existing assets.
However, E&P Operators now face a wave of new challenges in the context of capital constraints, tightening emission regulations, infrastructure limitations and the competing economics of utility and non-utility power options.
It is therefore now critical to optimize capital efficiency and maximize uptime performance for everything from artificial lift to advanced automation on increasingly remote well sites. This means comparing and implementing new capital strategiesand power system designs to minimize downtime, increase energy efficiencyand gain significant lifetime cost savings across all scales of power applications.THE NATIONAL LEARNING HUB DEDICATED TO COST-EFFECTIVELY POWERING DRILLING, PRODUCTION & REMOTE WELL SITE OPERATIONS IN THE U.S.A
To achieve these gains,Chevron, Chesapeake Energy, ConocoPhillips, SandRidge Energy, Southwestern Energy, Cimarex & Noble Energy will determine the reliability,uptime performances, economic models and environmental considerations for cost-effectively powering smaller gas wells, remote SCADA-only type applications as well as permanent power for large consuming well sites...
...exclusively at the first power initiative entirely dedicated to North America's onshore oil & gas industry.ADDRESSING KEY THEMES INCLUDING: ECONOMIC MODELS
Examining The Total Cost Of Ownership, Reliability & Uptime Performances For Utility & Non-Utility Power Solutions For Low To High Voltage Applications For:
ESP Rod Pump Gas Lift Automation RTU PLC SCADA Systems Water TransferPERMANENT ELECTRIC POWER FOR LARGE CONSUMING SITES
Examining The Economics & Procedures For Working With Utilities To Design, Implement & Execute Electrical Distribution Systems For Large Consuming SitesNON-UTILITY SOLUTIONS: LOW VOLTAGE & REMOTE SITE FACILITIES
Providing Validated Cost Modelling Techniques For Non-Utility Solutions To Determine The Economics & Reliability Of Low Voltage Power System ApplicationsGAS-DRIVEN POWER SOLUTIONS
Revenue Streams Vs. Expense Streams For Re-Using Natural Gas, Diesel, Dual Fuel Or Gas Turbines For Power: Gas Quality Parameters, Gas Infrastructure, Fuel Expenditure, Operating Costs, Reliability & MaintenanceREGULATORY LANDSCAPE & ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Examining The Impact That Tightening EPA Emission Regulations & Air Quality Permits Will Have On Power Facilities And The Opportunities For Creating Effective Performance Standards