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  • Sand Control: Thru-Tubing Practices
  • Broadcast Date: November 11, 2014
  • There are three major applications for through-tubing sand control techniques: marginal wells with limited reserves, existing wells that start producing sand, and new wells specifically designed for high rate through-tubing applications.In remedial sand control operations, there are two major types of through-tubing repair methods: mechanical and screenless. This webcast will cover both mecahnical and screenless repair techniques, as well as specialty tools and techniques that are used to minimize completion damage due to sand production.
  • Length of time: 60:00
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  • Real-time Data Analytics for Critical Asset Performance
  • Broadcast Date: October 29, 2014
  • Data flooding in from sensor equipment provides the raw source material for new operational insights, if you can harness and analyze the data quickly enough. The ability to detect future asset failures before they happen can save valuable resources in any stage of exploration and development.Upstream operators are eager to capitalize on this gold mine of information, but face several challenges in the process, including: Is the data of good quality? Is our analytic platform able to support the breadth and depth of analysis that we need? Do I have the analytic talent to provide the right analysis? Once I receive the analysis, will it be adopted in the field?This webinar will address the readiness, culturally and technically, for upstream companies to maximize business value from real time data. Join the discussion to learn about: New techniques for applying analytics to streaming data;Data driven models and how they complement First Principles approaches;Case studies from the energy industry;Techniques to overcome internal hurdles.
  • Length of time: 60:0
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  • Data Base Acceleration for Oil & Gas Applications using Flash Storage
  • Broadcast Date: September 18, 2014
  • Data bases require guaranteed levels of storage performance and high availability of data. Flash technologies are the highest performance server storage solution available, perfectly suited to meeting all of the needs of mission-critical databases. PCIe-based flash storage provide microsecond I/O latencies, millions of IOPS, and tens of GB/s of bandwidth per server. Shared access, data replication between servers, and caching capabilities are needed to turn industry-standard servers and server clusters into powerful distributed storage. Whether you have a standalone data base running on a single system or tens of Oracle RAC nodes, the combination of the latest flash architecture & enterprise software can provide a storage solution with unprecedented performance and scalability inside the servers of your choice.
  • Length of time: 60:0
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  • Artificial Lift and the Shale Revolution, Part II
  • Broadcast Date: September 25, 2014
  • During this 60 minute live webcast, Moderator, Joe D. Woods, President, International Pinpoint, will lead discussion on these topics: Rod-Pump Automation Modern technology increases efficiency Presenter: Matt Raglin, Vice President and Managing Director of SPIRIT Global Energy Solutions at Dover Artificial Lift Optimizing Shale Production A lift-changing experience Presenter: Bill Lane, Vice President of Emerging Technologies, Weatherford Artificial Lift Systems Shale Production Lessons learned from multi-well pad power applications, Presenter: David Dickert, Regional Oil and Gas Manager, Aggreko North America
  • Length of time: 60:00
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  • Remedial Cementing Forum
  • Broadcast Date: August 19, 2014
  • Remedial cementing procedures are required during the life of all wells. Remedial work is fundamentally different from “primary cementing.” Where primary cementing materials and techniques are used to seal and maintain casing or liners in a drilled hole, there are two categories of remedial cementing: squeeze cementing and plug cementing.
  • Length of time: 60:00
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  • Enterprise SSD: More Than Just a New Kind of Hard Drive
  • Date: 20 October, 2014
  • SSDs deliver unmatched data center performance. As solid-state drives (SSDs) are increasingly deployed throughout the enterprise, data center and IT managers need to fully understand the performance and benchmarking shift that come with SSDs. Enterprise environments are demanding storage components with 24x7 workload and duty cycle abilities that are beyond those of most SSDs derived from consumerbased drives intended for use in laptop environments. Consumers don’t shop for steady-state performance and endurance, but these requirements are paramount in server and enterprise applications. Enterprise SSD: More Than Just a New Kind of Hard DriveThis white paper will explore NAND flash technology and its inherent problems, and explain client applications for SSDs, including laptops, cameras, PCs and mobile phones. Client SSD applications typically serve a single system accustomed to running no more than eight hours a day, five days a week on small datasets in read-intensive operations with low to minimal write activity.



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