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Why You Should Attend In 2017

Meet The Most Commanding Movers & Shakers From:


  • West Texas Plays Including The Prolific Permian & Eagle Ford
  • Appalachian Plays Including The Marcellus & Utica
  • Mid-Continent Plays Including SCOOP, STACK & Cana-Woodford
  • Rocky Mountain Plays Including Bakken, DJ Basin, Powder River Basin & Beyond
  • Western Canadian Sedminentary Basin (WCSB) Including The Promising Montney

No Other Event That Gives You The Chance To Meet Active Operators With The Right Job Titles


Including SVPs, VPs, Directors, Team Leads, Chiefs, Managers, Engineers, Supervisors, Superintendents, Principles of...

  • Engineering, Operations, Facilities, Automation, Production, Construction, Planning, Asset Management, Project Development, Procurement, Purchasing, Sustainable Development and more

Umatched Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities For Manufacturers, Suppliers And Service Providers Of:


  • Modular Equipment Packages > EPCs, Plug & Play Equipment, Prefabricated Equipment, Stick Building,  Packages For Single Well Pads, Packages For Multi-Well Pad
  • Meters & Measurement Technologies > Multi-Phase Flow Meters, Coriolis Meters, Orifice Meters, Ultrasonic Meters, Allocation Measurement Systems
  • Separators > Two-Phase Separators, Three-Phase Separators, Filter Separators, Automated Separators
  • Automation & Digitization Technologies > SCADA Systems, PLCs, RTUs, Pressure Sensors,Temperature Sensors, Microprocessors
  • Mechanical Integrity Technologies & Solutions > Erosion & Cathodic Protection Systems, Sand Management, Bacteria Control, Friction Reducers, Subfractants, Scale Inhibitors, Electro-Coagulation, Flocculation, Ozone Bacteria Removal
  • Power Generation Solutions > Power Generators, Solar Panels, Microgrids, Gas Fired Compressors, Diesel Generators, Gas Generators
  • Emissions Reduction Technologies & Solutions > VRUs, Gas Compressors, Combusters, Process Safety Valves
  • Pipeline Technology & Materials > Flow Line Equipment, Pipe Racks, Composite Pipelines, Hybrid Composite-Steel Pipeline Liners, Nylon Pipes, Leak Detection Technologies
  • Water Treatment Technologies > Mobile Systems, Chemical Treatment, Mechanical Treatment, Evaporation Technologies, Crystallization Technologies,  Filtration Technologies, Desalination Technologies, TDS Removal Technologies
  • And More: LACT Units, Process Safety Management, Alarm Management, Emergency Shutdown Systems (ESDs), Process Hazard Assessments, Pressure Relief Systems, Dehydrators, Heat Exchangers, Heat Treaters,Tank Batteries

Full Two Day Agenda: Wednesday 27 & Thursday 28 September, 2017

DAY 1 AGENDA: WEDNESDAY, 27 SEPTEMBER 2017

Project Execution Strategies & Cost-Effective Well Design Philosophies: Innovations In Modularization Equipment Packages And New Technologies For Single And Multi-Well Pads

8:15 Chair's Opening Remarks

OPENING KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: BUILD NEW STRATEGIC VISIONS & EXECUTION STRATEGIES FROM KEY LESSONS LEARNED

8:20 Taking Lessons From The Frantic Levels Of 2014 And The Depths Of The Downturn In 2016 To Form A Strategic Plan For Future Facilities Design

As operators move back into or ramp-up development mode, what processes and tools can they implement to create efficiencies in their organizations?As a precursor to the 2017 conference, this opening presentation sees Wellflex utilizing the group's experience of both the high and lows of the industry cycle to collaborate towards a sustainable and successful industry

  • Capturing cost savings during downturn to apply to a long-term sustainable strategy
  • What obstacles and resource constraints do we need to plan for as activity levels increase
  • Utilizing technology to cut upfront costs and long-term Lease Operating Expenses
  • Utilizing flexible strategies to mitigate risk of future changes in operating conditions, regulatory policy, and commodity prices
  • Applying lean manufacturing and construction methodologies into facilities design and construction
  • Utilizing the group's experience of both the high and lows of the industry cycle to collaborate towards a sustainable and successful industry

Nick Klaus, President, WellFlex

9:00 Question & Answer Session

 BENCHMARKING FACILITIES PERFORMANCE

KEYNOTE OPERATOR PANEL: HOW DO OPERATORS JUDGE WHETHER THEY COST-EFFECTIVE?

It's a different world to where it was a year ago; the economic climate is changing and operators are looking ahead into 2017, 2018 and 2019, strategizing how they are going to increase their pace and develop cost-effectively. Everybody wants to do it fast and cheap. But if E&Ps don't assess performance for existing facilities, how can they set up their future projects for success early on?

9:00 Learn How Operators In The Permian, Appalachian And STACK Are Benchmarking Their Facilities' Performance To Provide Clarity On Cost-Effective Design Philosophies That Work

  • Most Indicative KPIs : Understand exactly which key performance indicators were found to be the most indicative performance metrics:
  • Upfront cost 
  • Dollar per well 
  • On-going operating expenses
  • Impact On Well Pad Design Decisions : Learn how much, if it all, an impact performance benchmarking has on making the decision between single well pad and multi-well pad

This opening panel is designed with a view to help operators design and build facilities that are optimized for performance as they start coming out of the slow down and, cautiously start ramping up.

E&P Panelist: Mark Bruchmann, Facilities Engineering Manager, Apache Corporation

E&P Panelist: Jan Kulmann, Manager, Engineering Technical Services, Noble Energy

E&P Panelist: Neal Prescott, Chairman & CEO, P&I Energy

Vendor Panelist : Nick Klaus, President, WellFlex

PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION & EXECUTION STRATEGY FROM THE PROLIFIC PERMIAN BASIN

DESIGN & BUILD FACILITIES TO ACHIEVE A SMALLER FOOTPRINT

9:30 Sharing A Cost-Optimized Design & Build Strategy, As A Permian Player Increases Pace And Prepares For The Long Haul Without Sacrificing Any Of The Savings Realized In The Slow-Down

Focusing on the ultimate goal of growing without increasing cost, while achieving a smaller footprint - meaning increased capital benefit, reduced processing footprint, reduction in labor time, improvement in safety - this presentation covers the full breadth of best practices to take a project from strategy to development mode

  • Single Well vs. Multi-Well Pad Design : Sharing the philosophy used to make this fundamental decision: Was it based on contiguous acreage or focus on core sweet spots?
  • Speed Of Deployment Vs. Cost : How to optimize the design of the facility keeping in mind cost/deployment trade-offs
  • Separators Selection : Understand the criteria used to select separator size relative to the life of the well: Are they using smaller separators at the start of the life of the well and using temporary bigger ones later?
  • Tank Size : Review the optimum tank size for the size of the pad
  • Measurement & Metering : Understand the considerations kept in view to optimize measurement while increasing accuracy and reliability
  • Level of Automation : Find out which types of automation are being implemented and how much operator intervention will be permitted
  • Mechanical Integrity : Understand how the operator has laid out a mechanical integrity program that works to mitigate/manage corrosion, erosion and sand management issues

Brian Lipscomb, Facilities Manager, Marathon Oil

10:00 Question & Answer Session

10:20 Morning Refreshments In The Exhibition Area

OPTIMIZED WELL SITE DESIGNS

SINGLE-WELL PADS | CENTRALIZED FACILITIES | MULTI-WELL PADS

If You Have Big Blocks Of Contiguous Acreage, Scattered Holdings, Or Are Constrained By Land And Royalty Reasons, The Next Section Of Presentations & Discussions Provides Tailored, Cost-Optimized Solutions, By Pad Size & Well Types

SINGLE WELL PAD VS MULTI-WELL PAD: MAKE THE DECISION

10:50 Learn How Leading Operators Are Establishing Optimal Well Design Relative To Acreage Position, Land Rights And Royalty Distribution To Achieve A Smaller Footprint

E&Ps are still trying to figure out what their strategy should be - whether they should be doing a single well design vs. multi well, if should be they are testing on cycles, and if should divide that cost over 10 wells vs. having a 3 well pad site. This has been a recurring topic in recent years but not one that has fully answered the question as to why operators use certain well designs over others and how do they get cost effectiveness of it? This is your opportunity to fully understand every minute detail that is considered before the well design decision is made.

  • Well Types: Learn which formations and well conditions are more amenable to multi-well pads over single well pads and vice versa
  • Cost To Employ & Rate of Return : Understand where these practices will make sense to employ, how much will they cost and much cost savings will operators see
  • Land & Royalty Constraints : Assess protocols to work within the constraints of land and royalty issues while still establishing a well design that works
  • Gathering Systems : Evaluate the ideal gathering system for single and multi-well pads to determine suitability based on regional infrastructure

Panelist : Nick Chipponeri, Facilities Engineer, Oasis Petroleum

Panelist : Lance McKinnon, Senior Facilities Engineer, TAQA North

CENTRALIZED PROCESSING FACILITIES: CONSOLIDATION CASE STUDY

11:20 Best Practices For Effectively Consolidating Assets In The Field To Reduce Footprint While Driving Down Costs

  • Centralized Processing vs. Well Site Processing : Understand how the operator weighed up the cost vs. benefit to reach a decision
  • Value Gains : Examine the value gains and long-term benefits, including maintenance cost reduction, by moving from individual facilities to centralized facilities
  • Multi-Phase Metering : Map improvements in data recovered from the practical implementation of accurate multi-phase measurement

E&P Perspective: Hans Ryham, Facilities Engineering Advisor, Occidental Petroleum

Vendor Perspective : Sharon McCurdy, Sales Manager - Flow Metering, ‎Emerson

11:50 Question & Answer Session

MULTI-WELL PAD DESIGN FOR E&Ps WITH CONTIGUOUS ACREAGE

GO FROM STRATEGIC TESTING TO FULL DEVELOPMENT MODE

MULTI-WELL PAD DESIGN: SUCCESS STORIES FROM  WEST TEXAS PERMIAN & CANADA'S MONTNEY SHALE

12:00 Assess Innovative Design Philosophies For Developing And Sustaining Multi-Well Pads To Ensure Production Continues To Flow, While Keeping Costs Low

With multi-pad production being acknowledged as the way of the future to save dollars on drilling and production, companies are now looking to go from strategic testing to development mode - however, development mode is the biggest hurdle. Operators are all familiar with the one-off or single well pads, but when you go from 5 to 10 to 15 wells per pad, that adds a whole other level of challenges to your standard production pad and your production numbers.

This session will determine what practices are being implemented cost-effectively and saving money, today and in the long run

  • Strategic Testing : Learn how the operator strategically tested for well spacing, frac design, frac   sizing, and top-side equipment requirements as a prerequisite to multi-well site design
  • Development Mode > Apply New Technology & Equipment : Discover which new technology and new equipment were implemented that allowed that operator to downsize the unit
  • Handling Flowback : Find out how to handle the initial flowback from multi-well in the context of facilities

Lance McKinnon, Senior Facilities Engineer, TAQA North

Jeremy Olson, Corporate Technical Sales Manager, DistributionNOW

12:20 Question & Answer Session

12:30 Networking Lunch In The Exhibition Area

Unparalleled Networking, Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities

With Operators Now Making Technology Decisions Based On Total Cost & Reliability, The 2017 Facilities Engineering Exhibition Floor Will Showcase Quality Products, Technologies And Equipment That Are Scalable As Best As Possible Through The Life Of The Development To Drive Your Cost Down As Much As Possible

FACILITIES DESIGN BY REGION: ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS

COST-OPTIMIZED SOLUTIONS FOR DIFFERENT SHALE PLAYS INCLUDING THE PERMIAN, APPALACHIAN, BAKKEN, MID-CON & BEYOND

These Interactive Roundtable Discussions Will See Operators And Vendors From Similar Regions And Plays Engage With One Another, Addressing Key Play-Specific Design, Infrastructure And Maintenance Challenges

FACILITIES DESIGN: CUSTOMIZED BY REGION

1:20 Join The Roundtable Based On Your Acreage Position And Learn How To Design, Adapt And Customize Facilities Specific To Your Region

Permian Basin | Appalachian | Bakken | Mid-Continent

  • Infrastructure Challenges: Debate regions have export infrastructure they can get to, how they are going to develop the field and how the facilities are going to be built
  • Political & Regulatory Environment : Determine the regulatory environment will impact how you design your facilities > Where can you implement extremely efficient combustors and where can you have an open flame?
  • Climate Constraints : How are the facilities are going to be built bearing in mind climate constraints
  • Number Of Contractors By Regions : Understand what the skilled labour pool is for your region

Led by : Nick Klaus, President, WellFlex

2:00 Question & Answer Session

MODULARIZATION EQUIPMENT PACKAGES

IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES AND 'NUT & BOLTS' DETAILS ON
GETTING THE SIZING RIGHT | PLUG & PLAY DESIGN | MODULARIZATION IN PRACTICE

GETTING THE SIZING RIGHT: SCALABLE MODULARIZATION

2:10 Assess Best Practices For Modularization Based On Initial Production And Flowback To Operate Facilities At A Much Lower Design Capacity Over The Life Of A Well

Right now, operators design facilities based on 90-95% of what they call Initial Production. If an operator expects production to come online at 1000 barrels a day, facilities will be designed to handle 900 barrels a day of processed production. Over the life of the well however, production will decline from 900 to 300 to 100 barrels. The design capacity of 900 barrels a day will no longer be required anymore...

  • Find out how to smartly allocate capital and built a strong business case for modularization based on initial production to operate steady, modular facilities at a much lower design capacity.

Donnie Miller, Business Development, DistributionNOW

2:30 Question & Answer Session

PLUG & PLAY DESIGN: APPLY EXISTING DESIGNS TO NEW ASSETS

2:40 Examine Innovative Techniques For Leveraging Existing Modular Designs And Applying Them To New Assets And Plays To Keep Build Costs Down

  • Assess the economics of moving modular facilities to gauge where it will make sense to apply this practice vs. building new designs
  • Sharing successes and failures of using plug & play to foresee challenges with this relatively new method
  • Evaluate the compatibility and effectiveness of reusing old equipment for downsizing facilities as the well production decline

Don Sevier, Fmr. Production Facilities Manager, Southwestern Energy

3:10 Question & Answer Session

MODULARIZATION IN PRACTICE: PERMIAN CASE STUDY

3:20 Assess Factors A Leading Permian Operator Considered When Designing Modular Facilities To Optimize Capital Allocation For Construction While Achieving Peak Performance

  • Compare the the cost v benefit of moving from stick building to modular facilities to gauge where it will make sense
  • Understand the benefits of scalable modularization to include full automation
  • Examine innovative designs to combine functionality with ease of maintenance

3:50 Question & Answer Session

4:00 Afternoon Refreshments In The Exhibition Area

NEW TECHNOLOGIES TO COST-EFFECTIVELY DOWNSIZE YOUR UNIT

NEW EQUIPMENT, NEW OUTLOOKS & BIGGER COST-SAVINGS

MULTI-PHASE FLOW METERS: GET PERFORMANCE TO OFFSHORE LEVELS

4:30 Applying Game-Changing Innovations In Multi-Phase Flow Metering To Achieve High Levels Of Measurement Accuracy And Reliability

  • Benchmarking costs for available systems: Is cost too high for onshore application?
  • Hear case studies demonstrating reliability, robustness and the final impact
  • Understand if meters need to be re-calibrated for significant swings in the production fluid makeup in respect to ratio of oil gas and water

Sharon McCurdy, Sales Manager - Flow Metering, ‎Emerson Automation Solutions

4:50 Question & Answer Session

PUMPING UNIT INNOVATIONS: DOUBLE YOUR WORKING EFFICIENCY

5:00 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, Beijing Anpan New Technology Co. Ltd.

5:20 Question & Answer Session

INNOVATIVE SEPARATION TECHNOLOGIES: APPLICATION CASE STUDY

5:30 Examine The Latest Out-Of-The-Box Separator Technologies That Are Raising The Industry Standards For Water, Gas And Oil Separation

With current market conditions demanding separation equipment that is more efficient, cheaper and less capital and operational cost intensive, this presentation will demonstrate novel applications that are delivering the most-impact

  • Assess the economics of new separation treatments and learn new applications to stay competitive
  • Uncover whether it is possible to automate separators to optimize Separation efficiency
  • Discuss how operators and chemical suppliers and chemical service companies can work together to understand cost and protect profitability

This session serves as excellent opportunity for a service provider who wants to share insight on innovations in separator technologies. Please contact sponsorship@american-business-conferences.com to secure this slot

5:50 Question & Answer Session

TANKLESS STORAGE

A NEW WAY OF DEVELOPMENT FOR WHAT IS BEING CATEGORIZED AS A MAJOR 'PRIMARY INFRASTRUCTURE SHIFT'

TANKLESS STORAGE: A NEW WAY OF DEVELOPMENT

6:00 Fully Understand The Economics And Smart Operation Of Tankless Storage To Shave Dollars On On-Site Storage Facilities 

  • Hearing what operators think about these new types of facilities and their rationale for going from one type to another
  • Cost/Benefit Analysis: Demonstrating how much dollar savings was seen when shifting from on-site storage to tankless storage
  • Other infrastructure shift that is being contemplated: Evaluate what other shifts like tankless storage are occurring, and being looked into

6:30 Question & Answer Session

6:40 Chair's Closing Remarks

6:50pm - 7:50pm Networking Drinks Reception In The Exhibition Area

DAY 2 AGENDA: THURSDAY, 28 SEPTEMBER 2017

Cost-Effectively Mechanical Integrity Programs And Automation Strategies To Reduce Time On Pad, Plus Solutions For Managing Emissions, Produced Water And Allocation Measurement

8:15 Chair's Opening Remarks

BREAKFAST BRIEFING: COLLABORATION BETWEEN PRODUCTION & FACILITIES ENGINEERING

8:20  Cost-Effective Ways Of Minimizing Your Facility Build Cost With Reduced Equipment While Satisfying The Data Requirement Of Production Engineering

As operators evolve and communicate between facilities, the ultimate goal is to cost effectively look at ways of minimizing your facility build cost. But how can you still provide decent production data to your production engineering teams with reduced equipment?

  • Metering Packages : Determine how to navigate the challenge and cost of having individual packages for each well vs. other cost-effective alternatives to provide and accurate view of production
  • Get Decent Data Continuously : Assess how can you cost-effectively get data on production, pressures and temperatures continuously or as close as possible from the individual wells to see changes in production and changes to reservoir affecting production

Nick Klaus, President, WellFlex

8:50 Question & Answer Session

EVENT EXCLUSIVE: NOBLE ENERGY'S VISION FOR THE FUTURE

9:00 Sharing A Vision Of Future Onshore Oil And Gas Engineering Challenges

Jan Kulmann, Manager, Engineering Technical Services, Noble Energy

9:30 Question & Answer Session

OPERATING FACILITIES BY EXCEPTION

GET THINGS DONE AS FAST AS POSSIBLE WHILE REDUCING TIME ON PAD

AUTOMATION & DIGITIZATION: MID-CONTINENT CASE STUDY

9:40 Hear Chaparral Energy's Vision For Cost-Effectively Utilizing Automation To Get Things Done As Fast Possible While Reducing Personal Time On Pad

This presentation showcases Chaparral's strategic vision, from development to execution, for utilizing automation on facilities to reduce driving time, personnel cost and time on pad, increasing HSE benefit, and getting a better dollar for investment and associated production enhancement

  • Extent of Automation : Evaluate the degree of automation that was implemented and how system selection decisions were justified
  • What Worked, What Didn't : Did the actual reporting results parallel the assumptions made in the automation plan? Dig deeper into granular details to see what worked and what didn't
  • Efficiency Gains : Discover the value added through the implementation of the latest automation and communication technologies
  • What Would They Do Differently? Lesson learned and watch-outs to bring execution up to a new level

Aaron McGee, Manager - Automation, Chaparral Energy

10:10 Question & Answer Session

The 2017 Facilities Engineering Exhibition Will Also Showcase What Vendors With Leading Development Capabilities Can Bring To The Forefront To Improve How The Facilities Are Designed To Lower Operating Costs

10:20 Morning Refreshments In The Exhibition Area

MECHANICAL INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT

'Reduction Of Cost Is Important But Not At The Expense Of Increasing Operating And Maintenance Costs' 

This Section Gives You The Opportunity To Wrap Your Head Around Ways ToGet The Metallurgy Right Upfront For Corrosive Environments, Sand Management And Improve Mechanical Integrity For Pipelines And Flow Lines

SAND MANAGEMENT

10:50 Cost-Effectively Handle Sand Production From An Erosion Point Of View In Production Vessels

  • Hear about next stage sand management capabilities and separators designs, and how they can be used in practical settings to handle sand at the wellhead, at the processing facility from the fluids

Sylvain Levac, Corporate Sales Executive, Master Flo Valve

Supported by an E&P Operator Perspective

11:20 Question & Answer Session

GET THE METALLURGY RIGHT UPFRONT

11:30 Make Facilities Last Longer Than Ever Before: Establishing Metallurgies And Methods Used To Cost-Effectively Manage Pipelines And Flow Lines Long-Term

  • Pick The Right Metallurgy : Establish how to pick the right metallurgy to avoid dealing with very high corrosion rates
  • Achieve Mechanical Integrity In Each Play : Understand how to adapt metallurgy on a play-by-play basis based on corrosion and scaling, minerals recovered, and pressures and choking at the wellhead
  • Effective Chemical Injection & Monitoring : How to run pumps and monitor levels of chemical tanks to assess whether you are effectively mitigating corrosion and erosion in pipes

12:00 Question & Answer Session

DEALING WITH EMISSIONS COST-EFFECTIVELY

AS REGULATIONS GET STRICTER, UNDERSTAND HOW OPERATORS ARE MAKING STEP CHANGES TO OPTIMIZE EFFICIENCIES

MANAGE FUGITIVE EMISSIONS: STATOIL CASE STUDY

12:10 Find Out How Statoil Has Made Cost-Effective Step Changes  To Deal With New EPA Emission Regulations In The Most Economic Manner

  • Modifications : Examine what modifications had to be made to different facilities and on what basis are they being designed
  • Vapour Recovery Units : Evaluate VRUs that operate most efficiently to ensure the investment is economical and provides effective control
  • Recommendations : Understand where regulations are going, what exactly are they trying to control and recommendations on how they should be controlled

Presenter : Desikan Sundararajan, O&M Shale Oil and Gas R&T, Statoil North America

Panelist : Ed Trotter, Facilities Projects Manager, Resolute Energy Corporation

12:40 Question & Answer Session

12:50 Networking Lunch In The Exhibition Area

ALLOCATION MEASUREMENT

HOW ARE OPERATORS ALLOCATING VOLUMES THEY PRODUCE BACK TO THEIR LEASES AS THE BLM CHANGES MEASUREMENT REQUIREMENTS

ALLOCATION MEASUREMENT

1:50 Fully Grasp The Variables That Control Allocation Measurement, From Equipment Selection To Robustness, To Streamline Production As BLM Rules Change

  • What Should The Equipment Look Like : Establish the most efficient measurement equipment for setting up allocation measurement
  • Central Tank Batteries : Fully understand what factors play into making those decisions of central tank batteries and allocating back
  • Re-Examining Assumptions Previously Made: Now that the rules are changing, do previous measures become uneconomical and vice versa?

David Courtney, Measurement Advisor, ConocoPhillips

2:20 Question & Answer Session

2:30 Afternoon Refreshments In The Exhibition Area

SCALABLE POWER GENERATION

NEW TECHNOLOGIES TO SCALE POWER UP & BACK DOWN AS NEEDED, WHILE KEEPING EMISSIONS UNDER CONTROL

SCALABLE POWER GENERATION

3:20 Examine The Potential For Scalable High Horsepower And Low Emissions Power Generation As Pad Requirements Become More Complex

Scalable power concepts may have been around for a number of years, but they are coming back to life as pad sizes and requirements change, and operators move towards multiple well pads.

  • Are E&Ps actively looking at replacing some of their existing power generation systems with scalable solutions? If they are - what improvements are they seeing?
  • How did they manage it commercially, what were the cost-savings and what was the expectation from the services companies?
  • Is this something that is truly seeing as beneficial and how are vendors and operators able to come to favourable commercial terms to implement this

Brandon Montagne, Sector Marketing Lead - O&G And Utilities, Aggreko

3:40 Question & Answer Session

FLOWBACK WATER MANAGEMENT

BEST PRACTICES & NEW TECHNOLOGIES TO REDUCE CAPITAL & OPERATING COSTS & SUPPORT BASE GROWTH

PRODUCED WATER MANAGEMENT

3:50 Hear How A Leading Operator Compared Water Sourcing, Recycling, Treatment And Reuse Costs To Justify Its Water Management Strategy

  • How Were The Economics Compared? Learn how the operator compared the economics of treating flowback water vs. changing the frac package
  • Was The Water Treated? Hear what kind of testing was applied to determine the most cost-effective treatment options for varying water types
  • Reuse Treatment Cost Vs. ROI Per Well : Compare water treatment costs vs. rate of return per well to establish if pumping produced water is justifiable
  • Water Sourcing : Find out exactly how the operator overcame water sourcing challenges
  • Cost of Reuse Vs. Disposal: Sharing tangible data to back the decision to choose one water management strategy over the other

Vendor Perspective: Mark Patton, VP Sales & Marketing, Hydrozonix

4:20 Question & Answer Session

THE FUTURE OF WATER DISPOSAL: ALTERNATIVES TO INJECTION

4:30 Establishing Opportunities For New And Emerging Technologies That Are Cost-Competitive Alternatives To Injection And Deliver Demonstrable Results

  • Evaporation : Understand the cost per barrel of using evaporation to determine whether it is worth the investment
  • Crystallization : Learning which qualities of water can be most efficiently treated using crystallization to ensure resources are directed effectively
  • Avoid Setback : Assessing potential ramifications and affect on air quality of using Evaporation and/or Crystallization over injection to avoid setbacks during production

This session serves as excellent opportunity for a service provider who wants to share insight on innovations in alternative disposal technologies. Please contact sponsorship@american-business-conferences.com to secure this slot

5:00 Question & Answer Session

5:10 Chair's Closing Remarks

5:20 Apple TV Draw

5:30 End of the 4th Annual Sustainable And Scalable Cost-Effective Well Site Facilities 2017

https://www.american-business-conferences.com/c633/4th-annual-flexible-and-cost-effective-well-site-facilities-onshore-2017/

Pre-Event Workshops Plus Two Day E&P-Driven Conference

Brand New Focus Areas In 2017: Strategic Visions & Technical, 'Nuts & Bolts' Case Studies Shared Over 3 Days

> PRE-CONFERENCE TRAINING WORKSHOPS: SEPTEMBER 26

> MAIN TWO-DAY CONFERENCE: SEPTEMBER 27 & 28

> HIGHLIGHTS OF CONFERENCE DISCUSSIONS ON DAY 1

  • Benchmarking Facilities Performance : Providing Clarity On Design Philosophies That Work
  • Sharing Field Development, Project Implementation & Execution Strategies As Operators Increase Pace And Prepare For The Long Haul
  • Achieve A Smaller Footprint Through Optimized Well Site Design: Cost-Optimized Solutions, By Pad Size & Well Types
  • Multi-Well Pad Designs : Innovative Design Philosophies For Developing And Sustaining Multi-Well Pads
  • Facilities Design By Region > Roundtable Discussions : Customize Facilities Design Best Practices Specific To Your Region And Operating Conditions
  • Modularization : Implementation Strategies And 'Nut & Bolts' Details On Getting The Sizing Right, Plug & Play Design And Modularization In Practice
  • Adopt New Technologies To Cost-Effectively Downsize Your Unit : Separators & Multi-Phase Flow Meters

> HIGHLIGHTS OF CONFERENCE DISCUSSIONS ON DAY 2

  • Operating Facilities By Exception : Utilizing Automation To Get Things Done As Fast Possible While Reducing Time On Pad
  • Mechanical Integrity > Make Facilities Last Longer Than Ever Before: Establishing Metallurgies And Sand Management Best Practices
  • Manage Fugitive Emissions : Deal With New EPA Emission Regulations In The Most Cost-Efficient Manner
  • Allocation Measurement Dialogues As The BLM Changes Measurement Requirements
  • Produced Water Management : Best Practices & New Technologies To Reduce Capital & Operating Costs And Support Base Growth
  • Scalable Power Generation : New Technologies To Scale Power Up & Back Down As Needed, While Keeping Emissions Under Control
  • Collaborate Between Production & Facilities Engineering Groups To Get The Best Data On The Well Production

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