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Petroleum ETC is on a mission to facilitate the worldwide growth of emerging petroleum technologies. Attend one of our events below to learn from the industry's top decision makers. Admission to each event is limited.
The topics will cover introduction of fundamentals of twin-screw pump operations, high gas volume fraction pumping, base-use case for vapor recover systems, case histories that address installation, operations and long term performance. The course will provide a comprehensive overview of the minimum facilities approach as applied to onshore pad-based unconventional developments. The course will detail the industry’s deep operation experience with the three key technologies essential for this transformation of the surface production facility: Key issues around automated well testing, artificial lift and flow assurance/slugging are also discussed. The course will provide valuable insights into the benefits derived from this approach in area such as CAPEX/OPEX reduction, HSE risk reduction, improved reservoir management, increased EUR/ rates, in-well artificial lift methods and deliquification. The goal of the course is to raise awareness of the immediate availability of the minimum facilities approach to improve economics for DUC pads and new field developments.
This event provides end-user experiences in the evolving area of oil and gas multiphase pumping. Case study presentations are provided from operators with multiphase pumping planned and active in both onshore and offshore applications. The conference also explores related topics including cybersecurity risk assessments and go or no-go decision making for the use of multiphase pumping.
Join us for the MPUR in Europe! The Multiphase Pump User Roundtable is an interactive forum, emphasizing case study examples and field-proven technologies. By engaging, and sometimes challenging the speakers, audience members play a crucial role in facilitating the exchange of information. Our formula works to help speakers set the stage, but it is the extended, interactive discussions that tease out and explore critical issues related to this years theme.
Petroleum ETC Frac School courses are renowned for the balanced presentation of both the theoretical and the practical. The Frac School Sessions 101, 102, 103 introduces hydraulic fracturing in a truly unique learning environment. The focus of the course is, perceptibly, on fracturing: the universal process for Shale and Conventional plays, rock properties/log analysis, regulatory issues, and specifics of propping agents, frac fluids, and forced closure.