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Casing Connections: A Well Integrity Barrier Worth the Investment

Tuesday, November 15, 2016 9:00 AM

All well barriers are essential to operational integrity, and an inadequate investment can compromise the entire asset. One such barrier—casing connections—can have a significant impact across the well life cycle. During the Casing Connections: A Well Integrity Barrier Worth the Investment webinar on November 15, Weatherford will discuss how making the proper connections can help to provide long-term value, dependable isolation, and a lifetime of integrity in your assets.

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Z-210: Biggest Wave in Liftboats

Tuesday, October 18, 2016 9:00 AM

Zentech’s Z-210 vessel is a self-propelled, self-elevating, DP-2 Liftboat designed for 280’ water depth at up to 55°C temperatures for well interventions, currently under construction with a Q1-2018 delivery. Zentech has partnered with industry leaders to bring the very best in quality and craftsmanship: Jackup Structures Alliance: Leg Material Siemens: Jacking System Thrustmaster of Texas: Azimuthing Thrusters Trident Marine Systems: Jacking Controls GE Marine Solutions: Power Generation, Propulsion and Control

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Overcoming the Major Challenges of Deepwater Completions

Tuesday, September 13, 2016 9:00 AM

The depth and complexity of offshore completions have evolved—but up until now, technology hasn’t. Rather, it’s been standard industry practice to adapt older technologies for modern operational challenges. During the Overcoming the Major Challenges of Deepwater Completions webinar on September 13, Weatherford subject-matter experts will discuss how new, game-changing technologies reduce completion costs and risks while enhancing efficiency and optimizing production in operators’ most critical offshore wells.

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Objectively Evaluating the Effectiveness of Unconventional Completions: Lessons Learned

Thursday, July 21, 2016 10:00 AM

Decisions made when designing a new well or multi-well pad inevitably influence production and EUR. However, it can be difficult or impossible to see a clear correlation between those decisions and resulting well performance, even when examining large well populations with a lot of data. This presentation outlines a benchmarking methodology that uses Rate Transient Analysis to objectively quantify the impact of measurable drilling, completion and stimulation parameters on post-completion well performance. Results and associated lessons learned from several field examples will be discussed in detail: • Assessing the impact of completion type on well performance (Permian Basin) • Optimizing stage spacing and treatment size (Montney Shale and Permian Basin) • Attaining predictable and scalable results (Montney Shale) • Maximizing completion effectiveness for infills (Eagle Ford Shale)

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