LET'S WORK TOGETHER
Consulting & Collaborating
Through 20 years of educational work, Petroleum ETC has cultivated an extensive network of industry leaders. These subject matter experts speak at our events and serve as consultants on various projects. Thanks to the international scope of our projects, Petroleum ETC boasts a network of consultants with vast geographic reach and a broad range of expertise.
OUR AREAS OF EXPERTISE INCLUDE:
- Rotating Equipment
- Oil and Gas Process Engineering
- Facilities Engineering
- Subsea Systems (Surf)
- Electrical Submersible Pumps
- Multhiphase Flow Conditioning
- Remote/Extreme Harsh Environments
- Deepwater EOR Concept Design
- Multiphase Metering
- Production Engineering
- Artificial Lift Concept Selection
- Multi-Well Pad Site
- Centralized Processing
- Water Management
- Sand Control
- Frac Hit Mitigation
- Lean Factory Developments
- Ball Sealer Design/Modeling
- Extended Subsea Tiebacks
GET PROOF OF CONCEPT
Petroleum ETC takes a rigorous approach to business opportunities. Utilizing decades of research and data collection skills, we validate your proof of concept through metadata analysis, field trials, pilot programs, and documented case studies.
Petroleum ETC is staffed and organized to address the three critical aspects of commercializing your innovative product or service. It’s all we do, and we do it well. Let us walk you through the process of firming up your data and expanding your field trials. Let us develop training opportunities that raise your profile among key stakeholders. Let us get you in front of the decision makers who will steward your concept from pilot to full implementation.
FOR THE END-USER
For end-user concept studies, we can assemble a team to fully investigate a particular field application ahead of any front-end engineering design (FEED) project. We aim to assist with our expert advice and collaboration.
GROW YOUR MARKET FOOTPRINT
For new geographical areas or application arenas, we can quickly identify the key end-users, develop contacts and relationships to make the case for further consideration of technology. In most cases, the key end-users are brought into "Lunch & Learns” or Focused workshops to build interest in a concept study or field trial.