International Well Integrity Ltd
My takeaway ONE idea - ''Having a well Well integrity problem is not a sin, but doing nothing about it is!''.
Globally, there are over two million wells, and it is well documented that at least 40% have mechanical problems that require risk assessment and mitigation. Many of these wells are old and close to de-commissioning but day to day management remains a key issue.
This dynamic presentation shows and documents how over time, key industry events have impacted the well construction and management process of our well stock. Changes are partly driven by regulations in one part of the world and utilised by other regions as best practices. Technical advances in engineering and sciences also create change by providing greater access to well data and well operational status. Finally, software such as Well Integrity Management Systems (WIMS) has brought about an awareness of the well's status and how it can be better managed, particularly as part of the ageing process.
Well, integrity is an exciting discipline that embraces a wide range of subjects and skills. Like crime scene investigation, the evidence is provided - it’s a case of reviewing and understanding the data, that ultimately leads you and the team making a decision on the best way to manage your well(s)
Simon began his career in 1978 working for Schlumberger in the Middle East. Over the next 25 years he worked globally for a variety of service providers and Operators in various field and office-based roles both onshore and offshore as an Operations Engineer.
Gaining a master's degree in 2005 he moved into Operations Management for a major independent operator and built his first well integrity management system, publishing SPE MS-142449, 'Seven Pillars of Well Integrity' which identified, and established the key seven system ingredients for well integrity,
Considerable experience and knowledge were gained as a co-author of ISO Well Integrity Standard 16530-1. Now, as an independent contractor, he authors key operations related documents for a wide range of clients, building well integrity management systems and providing training schools in many countries and languages for all types of wells.
Simon is an active member of the SPE and is working on various committees to promote well integrity awareness on a global basis.
11:45 am - 11:55 am Registrations & Networking
11:55 am - 12:00 pm SPE NSW Opening Remarks
12:00 pm - 12:45 pm Presentation
12:45 pm - 1 pm Q&A Session
1 pm-2 pm Closing with Networking drinks & Lunch.
Early Bird registrations close Sunday, February 25th
Final Registrations close Wednesday, March 6th
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