Calling all Speakers

The Argentina Well Site Facilities 2020 conference is seeking presentations that are broadly focused on the following key topics:

  • Making an economic assessment for water utilities development
  • Making an economic assessment for developing well site facilities
  • Integrating new modular technologies to achieve scalable production
  • How to de-risk production facilities from design through to well maintenance
  • Looking at cost reduction strategies in well site operations for a low-price market
  • New technologies and technical know-how in implementing well site automation
  • Operational case studies for centralized and consolidated production facilities

As the development of multi-well sites have resulted in vastly increased production volumes, the production handled at a single site means that today’s site operators need to recognize and manage the associated risks that come with increased production. As directional wells delivering high volumes to a single site becomes the norm, there is now a fundamental need for technical know-how in facilities design and engineering to manage complex sites.

Leading facilities design and engineering initiatives include centralization, consolidation, and optimization of surface facilities, where owners and operators can maximize asset value through economies of scale and better manage their costs with efforts based on type-curve production flows for all wells in a given field. Such operations also put the physical point of well management and maintenance in one place which can significantly reduce the time needed to monitor and maintain multiple sites. Additionally, this requires less land use and offers more opportunities for optimum solutions such as well site automation. Instead of having multiple, dispersed facilities covering a large portion of land, a single, automated facility can be placed in an optimal location that efficiently serves all operations and reduces costs.

While operators are keen to utilize the latest in well site facilities this can often be challenging since facilities design and engineering skills are rarely in-house competencies of production companies. Moreover, as an aging personnel exit the workforce, a significant amount of knowledge and expertise often leaves which is not necessarily transferred to new engineers. The engineering and design process can identify problems, provide solutions to those problems, work out bugs and improve on designs, and more importantly, can build tailored solutions that suit an operator’s particular goals and needs.

Be a part of our multi-disciplined agenda…

The Argentina Well Site Facilities 2020 forum will be an opportunity for all professionals engaged in relevant disciplines to report on their accomplishments and to exchange views. The event will have a unique emphasis on networking and building new relationships, including generating dialogue in technical know-how and to find new solutions for a challenging market. There will also be an opportunity to integrate with allied industries and to demonstrate an insight into new facilities design and engineering initiatives for mutual benefit.

Presentations which focus on the latest results and experiences in well site facilities, in particular, well-by-well case studies with new market data from past and current site development projects are of particular interest for this conference, along with other relevant topics of timely interest.

Please consider participating in what is certain to be a highly productive experience with an opportunity to collaborate with leading industry experts from across the shale industry.

Call for Presentation
If you would like to be a speaker at this event, please contact sean.collins@iQ-Hub.com with the subject heading "Argentina Well Site Facilities 2020".

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