World Oil webcasts and webinars are in-depth presentations on oil and gas applications, trends and technology. Moderated by a World Oil editor and including technical experts, these events are focused on providing qualified engineers and professionals in the upstream oil and gas industry with the latest information pertaining to offshore and onshore exploring, drilling, completions and production.
Technology Roadmap for the New Reality in Oil & Gas
July 29, 2021
Sponsored by: mtu
Today’s oilfield is very different than it was even one year ago, and continues to evolve rapidly. This webinar will help guide you through the changes that have taken place in oilfield power plant technology, and help you formulate the best strategy to get the most out of your ground game.
Drilling Innovations & Technology Forum: Summer 2021
July 21, 2021
Sponsored by: Schlumberger, Moblize
During this 60-minute live webcast, we will discuss the following topics: 1)“Well Construction Autonomous Systems”, with presenter, Gilles Vié, Well Construction Product champion RSS, Schlumberger. 2)“Reduce Well Construction Risks via Accurate Peer Based Performance Tracking”, with presenter, Amitt Mehta, CEO, Moblize.
Reducing Flaring and Emissions in Production Facilities
July 14, 2021
Sponsored by: TechnipFMC
iProduction™ is a modern approach to multi-well processing focused on the reduction of GHG emissions. This includes well pad processing, gathering lines, and central processing facilities under a single digital interface with autonomous control. In this webcast, Laura Schilling and Isabel Chan will be detailing how TechnipFMC’s iProduction™ ecosystem can effectively address the facility GHG challenges of the future and reduce LP flaring by 60%. iProduction™ also has a smaller footprint, lower total cost and uses modules prefabricated offsite for faster field startup and lower operating expense. Our customers that have adopted this ecosystem have seen operations becoming more streamlined, reduce GHG emissions, reduce capital, and decrease time to first oil. Our propriety AOS is the dynamically optimizing heart of iProduction™.
Integrated Process Simulation for Accurate Corrosion Prediction for Carbon Steel in Multiphase Oil & Gas Production or Transmission Systems
July 07, 2021
Sponsored by: Honeywell
Dynamic and steady-state simulation are fundamental for accurate design and efficient and safe operations of industrial processes. Process simulation needs to consider multiple factors that affect the performance of the equipment and facilities, such as equipment configuration and process conditions; one of these factors is the corrosion rate, which often defines operating envelopes and limits throughput. CO2 and H2S corrosion (termed acid gas corrosion) in oil and gas production environments are key contributors to asset degradation and failure. Sand erosion and Top of the Line Corrosion are two other damage mechanisms that adversely impact asset life. Accurate quantification of corrosion and erosion is critical in enabling improved assurance in safe utilization of steels in almost every production unit in oil and gas production and transmission. In this webinar we will discuss an integrated, comprehensive approach for oil & gas production process simulation which intelligently assess system corrosivity and facilitates prediction of corrosion and erosion rates for carbon steels in production / transmission environments containing CO2 and/or H2S.
How Are Your Industry Competitors Navigating the Energy Transition?
June 30, 2021
Sponsored by: AspenTech
With an increased focus on climate change and energy transition, companies are pivoting to more sustainable operations raising questions such as: • What are the top drivers influencing actions to reduce CO2? • Which metrics are being used to monitor sustainability? • Will your CO2 reduction strategy provide a competitive advantage? • Which technologies are you investing in to address greenhouse gas emissions? These are just a few of the questions that we asked in an online survey to better understand the strategies and actions industry leaders are taking to meet their sustainability goals. Early results show that half of the companies surveyed believe that investing in sustainability—and the technology that supports it— will provide them with new business opportunities. Please join Lee Nichols, Editor in Chief of Hydrocarbon Processing, as he hosts a lively discussion with Dr. Robert Socolow, Carbon Mitigation Expert, Princeton University, and Ron Beck, Energy Industry Director, AspenTech. Together, they’ll discuss the research findings and provide their own unique insights.