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OIL & GAS FORECAST 2015: Anticipating a recovery after the oil price decline

Tuesday, February 24, 2015 10:00 AM

Utilizing data collected from proprietary surveys of state agencies, federal governments and operators worldwide, World Oil’s annual upstream forecast, now in its 89th year, is renowned for its thorough and reliable projections of spending and activity relating to the global E&P industry. During the 50-minute event (including a Q-and-A period), the editors will share: U.S. drilling forecast for 2015 versus 2014 well totals, including an analysis of activity; A global drilling forecast for 2015, featuring a breakout of global offshore activity; U.S. and worldwide oil production figures for 2014 versus 2013; Estimates for U.S., Canadian and worldwide upstream capital expenditures during 2014, and projections of planned capital expenditures for 2015 ; Various geopolitical factors affecting upstream activity.

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Sand Control: Thru-Tubing Practices

Tuesday, November 11, 2014 1:15 PM

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 mechanical and screenless repair techniques, as well as specialty tools and techniques that are used to minimize completion damage due to sand production.

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Real-time Data Analytics for Critical Asset Performance

Wednesday, October 29, 2014 1:18 PM

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.

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Artificial Lift and the Shale Revolution, Part II

Thursday, September 25, 2014 10:00 AM

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

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