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
Day 3 – September 22, 2022
Revisiting Multi-Phase Metering To Reduce Operations Costs, Build Confidence In Production Changes And Improve Safety Risk Management
REVISITING MULTI-PHASE METERING AS THE TECHNOLOGY BECOMES MORE COST-COMPETITIVE
09:30 Emissions Elimination & Commingling Via Multiphase Metering – Conversion To A Tankless Facility
• Multiphase flow metering as a solution to eliminate initial tanks setup in a satellite well production gathering facility
- Brief description of the MPFM technology in use
- Old versus New Setup
• Evaluating the Benefits and Operational Considerations
• Sharing Overall Metering Performance and Conclusions
Norberto Ortigoza, NA MPFM Sales & Service Manager, Emerson Automation Solutions
10:00 Multiphase Flow Meters Applications in Unconventional Plays and Real Time Insights
• Multiphase flow meters application from plug drillout through production optimization.
• Real Time Insights through Remote surveillance to detect anomalies, flow regime
• and metering performance
Liviu Husoschi, Sales Manager, Schlumberger
10:30 Audience Questions & Discussion
As the oil price consolidates and growth returns to the market oil and gas operators are revisiting multi-phase metering solutions as they seek to further improve well performance through technology and innovation.
Recognizing the need to simplify the facility, address shortages in personnel, fix poor measurements and tackle poor separation is frequently cited as key drivers for investing in multi-phase metering. In 2022, do the benefits of multiphase metering justify the initial investment over the whole life of the well?
• What do Multiphase meters offer as a solution to simplify the facility and reduce the wellsite footprint – what observations or experiences do people have?
• Operator experiences investigating metering solutions for production and legacy wells – do the additional investment justify the advantages that traditional metering solutions cannot provide?
• What have been the benefits of multi-phase meters versus the actual reality?
- Improving well allocation
- Reducing well pad footprint and pipeline requirements
- Consolidating tanks to downstream facilities
• What is the future of multi-phase metering and automation of three-phase measurement?
11:00 Morning Refreshments In The Exhibition Area
Optimizing Large Multi-Well Pad Set-Ups
11:30 Audience Discussion and Roundtable: What Solutions Are Being Used For Multiwell Pad Set Ups To Optimize The Facilities Footprint?
For facilities engineers, multiwell pad setups present multifaceted challenges. From staging the development of the supporting gathering infrastructure, flow lines and electrical infrastructure to sizing and placing separation tanks and treaters, the challenges are significant.
The purpose of this roundtable discussion is to share operator experiences on what is working and identify important lessons. To talk through multiple solutions for different wellsite locations and operating contexts.
12:00 Perspectives from the Technology Providers
What observations do leading technology providers in these fields have to share?
How do they plan to innovate to meet evolving operator requirements? What does the future hold?
12:30 Networking Lunch
13:30 Smart Solutions To Automate Facility Monitoring For Reliable Operation, Lower Maintenance & Regulatory Compliance
As the oil price recovers and margins return how are operators leveraging new smart technologies to further automate facility operations to free valuable manpower up to work on the higher-value tasks? This audience roundtable and discussion focuses on the ROI and performance of leading automation applications for the facility.
• Share your observations on making the case to automate the facility to manage by exception, avoid unplanned shutdowns & improve personnel safety
• Share your observations on making the case for automated monitoring of storage tanks & tank vapor control for leak detection, ensure personnel safety & environmental compliance
• Share your observations on further automating flow measurement metering & level metering to improve operational efficiency
14:30 Close of Conference
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