WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Meet Senior Decision Makers From:


  • US Oil & Gas Majors
  • Independent Eagle Ford Operators
  • E&P Companies Looking To Enter The Eagle Ford
  • E&P Companies Looking To Draw Best Practices From The Eagle Ford
  • Government & Regulatory Bodies

Networking With:


CEOs, COOs and VPs, Directors & Managers Of...

  • Production
  • Artificial Lift
  • Operations
  • Exploitation
  • Engineering

Plus:


  • Rod Pump Providers
  • Gas Lift Providers
  • Jet Pump Providers
  • ESP Suppliers
  • Paraffin Prevention & Treatment Chemical Suppliers
  • Corrosion Inhibitor Vendors
  • Chemical Suppliers
  • Digital Oilfield Solution Providers
  • Automation Solution Providers
  • SCADA Suppliers
  • Choke Management Solution Providers
  • Choke Suppliers
  • Production Optimization Consultants
  • Environmental Consultants

Eagle Ford Artificial Lift & Chemical Treatment Congress 2015

Maximizing recovery from wells post-frac, whether by rod pump, alternative artificial lift technologies, paraffin control programs or choke management strategies, is increasingly being proven as a key to long-term unconventional well economics. Finding out which work best on an individual company basis however, is of course extremely time and cost intensive. A less costly way of optimizing production however, is via collective operator field study analysis showing what has been proven to work in the Eagle Ford, what hasn't and what can be improved upon.

THE ONLY EAGLE FORD CONGRESS CREATED SPECIFICALLY FOR PRODUCTION PROFESSIONALS

Building on last year's sell-out debut event, this year's operator led Eagle Ford Artificial Lift & Chemical Treatment Congress has been re-researched and re-formulated in conjunction with over 50 E&P production professionals across the play and, in response, will take a greater focus on paraffin management and corrosion treatment this year.

Presenters at the congress will also deliver cutting edge case studies on overcoming Eagle Ford-specific challenges such as determining whether rod pump alternatives will yield higher production relative to costs, developing choke management strategies and applying automation technologies in the field. Ultimately driving this year's agenda is cost and new technologies, with the majority of presentations being delivered by key E&P operators.

Over Two Days, The Very Latest E&P Case Studies Will Be Delivered On The Following Key Topics:

  • ARTIFICIAL LIFT : Examining the costs, run times and production increases of jet pumps, gas lift and ESPs to determine the most effective form for different well types
  • CHEMICAL TREATMENT : Evaluating chemical treatment and prevention methods to mitigate paraffin, corrosion and scale occurring on wells and lengthen the lifetime of equipment
  • AUTOMATION : Analyzing automation techniques and investigating whether it is a valuable investment and how to apply automation for maximized results in the Eagle Ford 
  • CHOKE MANAGEMENT : Identifying the most effective choking strategies and identifying the most practical choke management techniques

NEW FOR 2015:

  • GREATER PARAFFIN CONTROL FOCUS: As Eagle Ford wells produce high paraffin levels, this year's agenda places greater focus on chemical treatment and prevention methods being used to reduce well failures
  • ROD PUMP ALTERNATIVES: Rod pumps are of course the backbone of artificial lift in the Eagle Ford; but could costs and recovery be improved using other lift types? This conference will determine exactly that
  • AREA SPECIFIC LIFT STRATEGIES: With the Eagle Ford being comprised of different layers and consisting of different hydrocarbon types, this year's agenda will take a reservoir specific focus to identify which lift techniques works best in which area
  • AUTOMATION FOCUS: With advances in automation occurring rapidly, the agenda this year addresses the digital oilfield concept providing solutions on how operators can implement this cost-effectively into operations
  • GAS INTERFERENCE: For the first time, gas interference will be addressed directly, specifically, examining how to avoid gas lock and stay above bubble point
  • PUMPING THE CURVE: The rapid increase of horizontal wells has caused a significant increase in lift challenges. A specific case study will be delivered showing how an operator successfully carried this out
  • H2S MANAGEMENT & EMISSIONS: With tighter EPA regulations, and mounting pressures to reduce emissions, it essential for operators to manage this as economically as possible. This year, for the first time, there will be a specific focused sessions on H2S and emissions control

IN ASSOCIATION WITH:

Production Point

WHAT'S NEW

NEW FOR 2015

With an average growth of 28% in the last year alone, production in the Eagle Ford Shale is on track to overtake the Permian basin as the largest producing shale in the U.S. This year's agenda has been totally reconfigured to cover....

GREATER PARAFFIN CONTROL FOCUS: As Eagle Ford wells produce high paraffin levels, this year's agenda places greater focus on chemical treatment and prevention methods being used to reduce well failures

ROD PUMP ALTERNATIVES: Rod pumps are of course the backbone of artificial lift in the Eagle Ford; but could costs and recovery be improved using other lift types? This conference will determine exactly that

AREA SPECIFIC LIFT STRATEGIES: With the Eagle Ford being comprised of different layers and consisting of different hydrocarbon types, this year's agenda will take a reservoir specific focus to identify which lift techniques works best in which area

AUTOMATION FOCUS: With advances in automation occurring rapidly, the agenda this year addresses the digital oilfield concept providing solutions on how operators can implement this cost-effectively into operations

GAS INTERFERENCE: For the first time, gas interference will be addressed directly, specifically, examining how to avoid gas lock and stay above bubble point

PUMPING THE CURVE: The rapid increase of horizontal wells has caused a significant increase in lift challenges. A specific case study will be delivered showing how an operator successfully carried this out

H2S MANAGEMENT & EMISSIONS: With tighter EPA regulations, and mounting pressures to reduce emissions, it essential for operators to manage this as economically as possible. This year, for the first time, there will be a specific focused sessions on H2S and emissions control

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