The Regional Workshop focused on the exchange of best operational and management practices associated to offshore exploration and production, including areas which are linked to the value chain as well as topics associated to operational excellence. Please click here for the programme.
The Regional Association of Oil, Gas and Biofuels sector companies in Latin America and the Caribbean - ARPEL - together with the World Petroleum Council – WPC - invited all to participate at the Round Table on “Best Practices in Offshore Exploration & Production in Times of Crisis” that will take place on October 1st, 2015 from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. At Sofitel Hotel, Montevideo, Uruguay.
About one third of oil and a quarter of the consumed natural gas in the world came from deepwater areas and estimations show a continued growth of the production in traditional offshore areas and a significant development in new areas.
In the current global context of low oil prices, international experts will discuss the strategies and methodologies for the exploration and production activities of oil and natural gas offshore economically viable and sustainable over time.
For the Report on the outcomes of the WPC Expert Workshop on 'Best Practices in Offshore Exploration & Production in Times of Crisis' click here.
Challenges and prospects of the offshore exploration and production
Best practices for an efficient exploration
Strategies and approaches to operational efficiency
The workshop was of the most value to those professionals and executives related to the whole life cycle of offshore projects: seismic, drilling, well integrity, exploration, production, operations integrity and excellence, logistic and supply chain, oil field services, energy financing services, EPCD companies, etc.
Venue: Hotel Sofitel Montevideo Casino Carrasco & Spa - Rbla. República de México 6451, Montevideo, Uruguay.
Organize: ARPEL and WPC
Date: 1st October 2015
Simultaneous translation: The event will have simultaneous translation Spanish-English-Spanish.
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