Montney & Duvernay Artificial Lift & Production Optimization 2018
According to the new CAPP forecast, Canada's total oil production is forecast to increase to 5.6 million barrels per day by 2035 - a 33% rise over 2017 levels, with the greatest potential for growth in the Montney and Duvernay formations.
At a time when tight oil and liquids-rich natural gas is being seen as a key part of Canada's energy future, and activity levels & optimism is increasing in the Montney & Duvernay, American & Canadian Business Conferences' highly technical artificial lift and production optimization event returns to Calgary, September 26 & 27, 2018.
Thoroughly researched with active Montney and Duvernay operators, the agenda for this comeback event is a direct reflection of Canadian operators' artificial lift and production optimization challenges and delivers cost-control strategies & lessons learned to optimize production from toe to heel, optimize equipment runtime and reduce capital, operating & total lifecycle cost.
With the agenda covering four key areas, including Artificial Lift Optimization, Production Chemical Optimization, Shale Water Management and EOR Schemes, no stones have been left unturned.
- Strategies For Doing More With Less : Case studies reflecting actual results and best practices for doing more with less, while cutting costs as much as possible
- Actual Lessons Learned : Real information on what operators tested, what equipment they installed, what results they got and how it helped them better themselves
- 2 Days of Learning, Networking & Business Development : All attendees will take back all conference presentation material
- Multiple Registration & Live Stream Options : With subsidized E&P rates and group discounts, plus a fully interactive live stream option available this year, there's no reason to miss out
I look forward to welcoming you to the Montney & Duvernay Artificial Lift & Production Optimization 2018 in Calgary this September.
Divisional Director, Oil & Gas - American & Canadian Business Conferences