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Nov 13, 2019
09:00 AM - 04:00 PM

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Flaring & Emissions Reduction Roundtable (FERR)
Petroleum Club of Midland: 501 W Wall St, Midland, Texas

Flaring and emissions are key public issues for oil and gas production. The expansion of flaring in Texas has alarmed many, including those in the industry. However, solutions are emerging to reduce flaring and emission from oil and gas production. The Flaring & Emissions Reduction Roundtable (FERR) is a focused one-day event developed to highlight successful and emerging technologies with the goal to speed adoption. The scope will include gas emissions reduction methods and technologies associated gas recovery systems from both tanks and flare systems and with flare and production monitoring technologies. Energy conversion technologies for gas-to-wire, gas-to-liquids are of interest as well as transportation solutions such as CNG and infrastructure improvement. New “tankless pad” development strategies that reduce pad storage liquids will be highlighted as well as operational changes that yield a lower carbon footprint. The event has been structured to be a highly interactive roundtable with end-user presentations supported by vendor exhibitions and emerging technologies sessions.
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Nov 13, 2019
09:00 AM - 04:00 PM

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Flaring & Emissions Reduction Roundtable (FERR)
Petroleum Club of Midland, Midland, Texas

The Flaring & Emissions Reduction Roundtable (FERR) is a focused one-day event developed to highlight successful and emerging technologies with the goal to speed adoption.
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Feb 24 - 26, 2020
09:00 AM - 04:00 PM

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Petroleum ETC Frac School 101
1301 Fannin Street "Station Houston", Houston, Texas

The course reviews the basic concepts of hydraulic fracturing and the broad applications of the technique. Fracturing technology benefits and limitations in all types of sandstone and carbonate reservoirs are explained. It considers the critical components of the fracturing process, design, and implementation of hydraulic fracturing treatments. The multi-instructor training perspective is one of a kind not offered by any other school around. This allows for dynamic approach to techniques and worldwide experience. In addition to the technical presentation, the course contains many practical exercises and class problems based on case histories. The top priority is to become familiarize with the fundamentals of hydraulic fracturing including: the universal process for Shale and Conventional plays, rock properties/log analysis, regulatory issues, and specifics of propping agents, frac fluids, and forced closure.
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Mar 24 - 26, 2020
09:00 AM - 02:00 PM

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MPUR in Italy + Subsea Tieback Workshop
TBD, Stresa, ITALY

Day 1 & 2 (March 25 - 26, 2020) The second day is a half-day ending at 2 PM
The Multiphase Pump User Roundtable (MPUR) is an industry-leading formula for sharing learnings and generating discussion exclusively on topics associated with multiphase pumping. MPUR is the only event solely focused on multiphase pumping. MPUR has a strong technical perspective provided by the active participation of the Distinguished Advisory Board, Petroleum ETC assembles for the event. The event is based on end-user presentations and features strong end-user leadership in the discussion, technology panel sessions, and overall quality of the event. Historically, our MPUR events are the first to receive historic case histories and the latest field-trail and testing results; often years before they appear in oil & gas conferences and journals. MPUR is supported by the leading multiphase pump equipment suppliers whose active involvement brings the discussion on the latest emerging multiphase pumping solutions.
March 24th, 2020 PetroleumETC's workshop on subsea tiebacks. Theme: Why leave deepwater discoveries untapped? This workshop presents an affordable option to bring stranded fields online now.
Taught by subject matter experts from both operator and supplier companies, this course will be presented with the aid of real-world examples. Learn how to extend the reach of subsea tiebacks and eliminate the need for additional HUB facilities without flow assurance issues, slugging or unscheduled shut-ins. Subsea booster pumps are just one aspect of a complex subsea tieback design. Attendees will become familiar with the various components of such a system and how these components can be mixed and matched to address specific challenges. These challenges include lack of existing infrastructure, seabed terrain, flow composition and the possible need for intervention. These various technical sessions will be grounded in case study presentations of high-profile multi-phase seabed boosting systems, demonstrating the evolution of this technology and its various applications.
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