Lessons from Brent Alpha P&A – Abstract
A 26 Well P&A campaign was completed between October 2016 and November 2018 on the Brent Alpha platform. This campaign finished significantly ahead of initial plan and was widely regarded as a successful project with multiple key learnings, both technical and non-technical, worth sharing. These lessons will be summarised during the presentation in four focus areas:
– Isolation Strategy: Zones requiring isolation, determination of flow potential.
– Ways of Working: Team structure, processes, interfaces.
– Campaign Delivery: Upfront preparation, plug and lubricate, offline opportunities.
– Barriers: Barrier setting techniques/technologies, remediation, verification.
Biography – Caroline Evans
Caroline is a Well Operations Team Lead, previously working on the Brent Alpha leading the delivery of the P&A campaign. Caroline has worked on the Brent Decommissioning project in several positions over her career to date – as an Offshore engineer, as onshore Design and Operations, and as a Contract Manager. Having seen the Brent decommissioning project from many angles, Caroline is passionate about sharing lessons and her experience with others and finds it a very interesting, challenging and exciting project which she is proud to be a part of.
Biography – Mark Summers
Mark is a Well Engineer, previously working on the Brent Alpha leading the well operations on the P&A campaign. Mark has worked on the Brent Decommissioning project in several positions over his career to date – as an Offshore engineer, as onshore Design and Operations. Having been involved with the Brent Alpha P&A campaign from start to finish, Mark has a wealth of knowledge and technical experience about the delivery and success of the project.
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