UK - Norway Oil & Gas Technology Hackathon

30 November 2017

Market: Norway , UK

Location: Stavanger Forum, Gunnar Warebergs gate 13, Stavanger

Info

A joint NORWEP and ITF event supported by UK Oil & Gas Authority and the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy.

A major collaborative North Sea effort focusing on mature fields tail end value creation and field abandonment

Please find the enclosed programme on the left side of the webpage.

The programme has now been updated and now includes the specific challenges defined by each operator company!

The North Sea is developing into a mature basin where tail end value creation has become a major challenge. The tail end production represents a huge challenge that will call for innovative solutions to enhance safety, minimize impact on the environment and create value for companies and governments. This event is a major North Sea effort to collectively come up with the best ideas in optimizing late life field assets and field abandonment.

The Hackathon event will feature presentations from the following operators; AkerBP, ConocoPhillips, Point Resources, Repsol, Shell and Statoil. They will each share their current challenges in the area, followed by interactive sessions to discuss solutions to the challenges. These discussions will form a report that will be shared with all attendees following the event, which will also act as an action plan to drive future follow on activity.

In maximising the economic production from mature fields there is an enormous opportunity for the supply chain and Operators if we can bring new cost saving technologies into play. On that issue there is an acceptance many of the solutions lie with the contractor community and these events will be a platform to highlight your innovative approach directly with influential operator project specialists.

Please note that a UK version of this event will take place on the 22nd of November in Aberdeen. Please follow THIS link to visit ITF's website for inquiries and registrations for the UK version of the event.