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WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This 3-day Conference Has Been Designed For Job Functions Including:

  • CEOS
  • COOs
  • 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

Venue

The 2021 Onshore Wellsite Facilities Congress will be held at:

The Westin Galleria
5060 W. Alabama Street
Houston
TX 77056
USA

COVID-19 INFORMATION - MASK WEARING POLICY 

To clarify the mask wearing policy at the conference, please be advised that the conference venue, part of the Marriott Group, follows recommended health guidelines from the CDC. Hotel staff are mandated to wear masks, in line with company policy.

The hotels policy states that 'Unvaccinated guests and customers are required to wear masks (unless otherwise exempt). For fully vaccinated customers and guests, masks are optional'. They further clarify that proof of vaccination is not required, nor can this be requested under current Texas law.

Should you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us. Face masks will be available at the hotel check in or onsite registration desk should you require one.

AGENDA HIGHLIGHTS

Perspectives on the evolving regulatory framework and how operators can monitor their carbon footprint. Plus regulators insights into the implementation and new approaches and technologies

Case Studies From Leading Operators On Their Experience:

  • Implementing and building reliable power infrastructures
  • Implementing strategies & technologies for sustainable flare emissions reduction
  • Calculating the impact of upfront capital investment on longer-term operational expenditure
  • Optimal approaches to retrofitting & optimizing existing assets  to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and expenditure
  • Investigating the impact of new modular facility design on fast tracking facility construction
  • Investing new developments in multiphase metering to deliver greater accuracy at the well head
  • Discover how to mitigate gas break out in liquid emulsion though utilizing multiphase flow meters
  • New innovations in technologies for tank venting mitigation
  • Evaluating centralized tank battery designs for their effectiveness in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and expenditure
  • Delivering continuous onsite monitoring to accurately detect, report and mitigate fugitive emissions
  • Overcoming barriers to electrification
  • Power infrastructures for remote facilities: investigating options for supplying electricity to remote areas
  • Generating electrical power to sell back to the grid and industries with needs for additional electrical power
  • Mitigating flare on low and high pressure gas sales
  • Striking the balance between upfront capital investment and automation and longer-term reductions in lease operating expenditure
  • Implementing the right mix of automation applications and technologies to allow the facility to be operated by exception
  • Key insights into how automation implementation is shaping manpower resources and allowing the facility to run lean
  • Utilizing data for facility controls
  • Investing the capabilities of digital technologies to move us beyond  the automated facility to the truly smart facility
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