WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Meet Senior Decision Makers From:


  • Canadian E&P Majors
  • Cardium E&P Operators
  • Viking E&P Operators
  • Bakken E&P Operators
  • Horn River E&P Operators
  • Operators in Canada’s small and emerging shale and tight oil plays

With The Following Job Titles:


COOs, VP’s, Directors, Managers & Team Leads of…

  • Drilling
  • Operations
  • Engineering
  • Completions
  • Exploration
  • Production
  • Exploitation
  • Technology
  • Unconventional Resources
  • Geology, Geosciences and Geophysics

Plus:


  • Directional & Horizontal Drilling Companies
  • Drilling Fluids Suppliers
  • Downhole Tools Suppliers
  • Drill Bit Suppliers
  • Bottom Hole Assembly Suppliers
  • Completions Assembly Suppliers
  • Fluid Disposal Companies
  • Rig Suppliers
  • Fishing Tool Suppliers
  • MWD/LWD Suppliers
  • Lost Circulation Treatment Suppliers
  • Investment Firms

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RELATED EVENTS

O&G Series

2012 LEARNING BENEFITS

It is vital in this challenging economic climate that horizontal drilling costs and times are kept to a minimum.

This is achievable through effective choice of tools and techniques.  Industry-leading E&P operators will be meeting at the first ever Horizontal Drilling, Tight Oil Plays, Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin initiative in Calgary in July to discover strategic and technical solutions for choosing the most cost-efficient tools and techniques to improve the drilling process and subsequently optimize production capability.

This ground-breaking event is the first event in Canada to examine options for driving down costs and increasing production through the eyes of the driller. It follows the hugely successful Tight Oil series in Canada which has consistently provided a platform for innovation for the leading operators in Canada to share and learn from each other’s experiences.  Similarly, this event will facilitate high-level collaboration to drive advancements specific to the drilling sector.

DRILLING MUDS: Identifying the cost criteria for different mud types to determine which can reduce dragand fluid loss whilst increasing drilling speed

BUILDING THE CURVE: Examining how to build to the lateral leg to effectively target pay zone and facilitate high recovery completions

DIRECTIONAL & DOWNHOLE TOOLS: Comparing the different applications of the latest directional and downhole tools to effectively assess the benefits, drawbacks and whether or not to invest in new technologies

WELL DESIGN: Scrutinizing the benefits of monobore vs. intermediate casing, multilaterals and multi-well pads to understand the potential to further increase productivity whilst reducing initial investment

COMPLETIONS ASSEMBLY: Assessing the production capabilities and draw backs of cemented lateral vs. open hole packer completions and ball drop liners to cost effectively maximize production potential during stimulation

RIG DESIGN: Exploring current rig parameters and limitations to assess capabilities related to extended reach laterals and multi-well pads

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