Nigerian Well Intervention Highlighted at OWI WCA | Accra, March 7-8
30-01-2018 16:03:00 | by: Bas Vlugt | hits: 19951 | Tags:

As the largest producer in West Africa, Nigeria is quickly becoming a hotspot for well intervention activity. The Offshore Well Intervention Workshop (Accra, March 7-8) is delighted to be hosting several keynote speakers from Nigeria who will announce their next cycle of production enhancement, well integrity and P&A campaigns for 2018. Join us to hear:

• Edward Kalu, DGM Well Completion, Subsea & Intervention at Total, discuss how a recent scheduled program of well stimulation using flexible downline and a standard ROV support vessel led to optimized recovery

• Ifeanyi Ugbor, Deepwater Completions and Well Intervention Engineer at Shell analyse the success of the first Nigerian deepwater rigless Intervention campaign & how the technology provided a more cost-effective solution

• Kelechi Victor, D&C Engineer at Nigerian Agip Exploration Limited, review a rigless acid stimulation to lift a depleted reservoir with nitrified diesel displacement and the cost savings achieved by performing this job with no rig, LWI vessel or coil tubing unit involved

• Anthony Oyewole, DW Production Engineering Supervisor at Chevron, showcase acid stimulation case studies discussing the vessel selection process to share lessons learned and results

Don’t miss out on this invaluable networking opportunity to solidify your business development strategy for 2018-2019 – check out the full agenda here.

Kindest regards

Sam Scarpa

Head of Conferences | Offshore Network Ltd.
t: +44 (0) 20 3793 8800| e: sscarpa@offsnet.com