WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This 3-day Conference Has Been Designed For Job Functions Including:
- VPs of Operations
- VPs of Facilities
- VPS of Engineering
- VPs of EHS&R
- Regulatory Directors
- Senior Facilities Engineers
- Production Engineers
- Automation Specialists
- Data Scientists
- Senior Operations Managers
- Production Superintendents
- Facility Engineering Directors
- Environmental Managers
- Automation Leads
Sharing Implemented Solutions, Practical Experiences, Trial Data & Results
Unveiling the Future of
Onshore Facilities Emissions Reduction
As regulations impacting the onshore oil and gas industry become more stringent, it is no surprise that emissions reduction and leak detection are the driving themes for this year's onshore facility engineering conference. Our primary focus will be to help onshore operators minimize the cost of complying with these new regulations, while contributing to the efficiency of the onshore facility and well site operation.
Day One focuses on methane emissions reduction strategies and electrification; starting with a broader focus on methane capture strategies, including eliminating gas pneumatic controllers and examining the latest technologies to replace them, including electric alternatives.
Day Two centers around solutions for leak detection and carbon capture emissions reduction whilst Day Three is dedicated to optimizing facility costs; by managing raw materials, inflation, equipment reuse, downsizing, and metering strategies, while also incorporating automation to increase efficiency. Day Three also focuses on finding cost-effective solutions while incorporating the latest advancements in technology and design. Pipeline technologies, facility design, and construction techniques – attend this event to hear the latest innovations in these areas.
Hear How To Minimize The Cost Of Complying With Increasing ESG Regulation,
While Contributing To The Efficiency Of The Onshore Facility And Well Site Operations
Throughout this year’s program, automation is integrated into all of the discussions - as a crucial driver in helping facilities reduce methane emissions and improve environmental performance.
And, new for 2024, we are excited to announce that we will be examining carbon capture and sequestration applications from a facilities perspective, focusing on the key technologies, applications and business use cases. Speakers will also be looking at how to address flare monitoring and tank pressure monitoring, as well as manage the large amounts of data being collected in the industry, all designed to help operators explore different ways to achieve emission reductions.
We will analyze the range of leak detection solutions available for different equipment and pipelines throughout the facility operation, in relation to how scalable and cost-effective different technologies are. Electrification will also be discussed in detail, and we will continue to look at utility power connection challenges, as well as cleaner energy alternatives.
As always, we will be providing comprehensive and up-to-date information on available technologies, industry practices, and solutions, running a mix of presentations, panel discussions, and opportunities for attendees to interact with technology vendors.
We look forward to meeting the industry again in Houston this September.
Hear From Operators, Screened Suppliers And Trusted Manufacturers Bringing A Wealth Of Real World Experience And Technical Information To The Table With No Sales Pitches
DAY ONE & TWO: LINKING EMISSIONS REDUCTION & ESG INTO EFFICIENCY OPTIMIZATION
- Implementing New Technologies & Techniques For GHG Emission Reduction And To Operate The Entire Upstream Facility More Efficiently: Address Fugitive Emissions, Limit Flaring, Capture Gas, Meet Leak Detection Requirements, Evaluate New Vapour Recovery Technology, Update Valve Designs, Improve Compression Efficiency & Carry Out Separation Processing With A Smaller Footprint
- Justifying The Value Of New Emission Reduction Projects For New & Legacy Assets, Operating In Different Situations
- Tankless Systems Versus Conventional Tank Designs
- Optimizing Equipment To Capture & Monetize Product Or Reduce Fuel Burn
- Get Ahead Of New State Regulations Setting The Bar Higher On Flare Reduction & Emissions Reporting
DAY THREE: CASE STUDIES ON FURTHER OPTIMIZING EFFICIENCY TO MAKE MONEY
- Solutions For Optimizing Large Multi-Well Pad Set-Ups & Revisiting Multi-Phase Metering
- Justify Expanding Facilities Automation Projects To Reduce Emissions & Deliver Efficiency Gains
- Sharing Creative Solutions To Address Supply Chain Bottlenecks, Escalating Material Costs & Manpower Shortages
- Case Studies On The Implementation Of Asset Integrity Programmes For Safety-Critical Pressure Vessels & Legacy Equipment With Limited Historical Data