Past Events Archive: 2018

Past Events Archive: 2018

by david
July 2019

EI YPN event : “Scotland’s Future Energy Policy” 4th July 2019

Scotland’s energy policy is changing to reflect the different demands of Maximising Economic Recovery (MER) and the decarbonisation goals presented by the Paris Agreement. Many exciting initiatives are being implemented at a national and local level, by both the public and private sectors, to deliver these ambitious targets and manage an economically sound transition. These […]

June 2019

SPE Aberdeen 9th Well Abandonment Symposium

SPE Aberdeen 9th Well Abandonment Symposium – 26-27 June 2019, AECC Download Technical Programme here. The SPE Aberdeen Well Abandonment seminar, which is in its 9th year, will benefit from bringing together those specialising in the areas of production optimisation, well integrity and those focused on abandonment operations from major operators, service companies and regulators.   […]

4D Seismic History Matching. SPE Distinguished Lecturer Paul Mitchell, TAQA

4D Seismic History Matching. Paul Mitchell, TAQA & SPE Distinguished Lecturer   Abstract: This presentation will show how time-lapse or 4D seismic data can be used as an additional constraint to history match reservoir models in a 4D Seismic History Matching (4D SHM) workflow. 4D SHM is the process of developing reservoir models that are […]

Risk and Uncertainty Forum – AAPG

Risk and Uncertainty Forum Organised by American Association of  Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) This forum aims to bring together industry professionals, academic, and independent researchers to discuss how we benchmark and improve our approach to risk and uncertainties in exploration, appraisal, development and production. The format of the forum is designed to provide an interactive and […]

May 2019

YP Unplugged 360: Introduction to Project Management. Rob Rothwell, PMI UK Aberdeen Branch Chair

This presentation will introduce projects and project management. It will define what a project is, then take you through the five key questions you need to ask about any project. It will then introduce the PMI process groups and knowledge areas. This will provide a framework for how to understand and successfully manage projects. As a result, you will have more chance of bringing in projects on time, in full, and under budget.

Topsides UK 2019

  Technical Programme Now Available – Download Here. With the continued focus on maximising economic recovery (MER) within the UKCS, and taking into account Vision 2035, being driven by the Oil & Gas Authority and Oil & Gas UK, it continues to be important for companies to work together to ensure that there are the […]

Seismic 2019

Seismic 2019 will explore the entire spectrum of seismic technology from exploration through development and production to abandonment – the lifecycle of the asset.
The conference will focus on advances in seismic acquisition, processing and quantitative interpretation, how these are being applied and provide value. Other themes include machine learning in seismic interpretation to compliment manual interpretation; seismic aspects of integrated reservoir modelling; borehole seismic and non-seismic technologies.

DEVEX 2019

Legacy & Sustainability: 50+ Years Of UKCS History & Lessons For The Future. DEVEX is now in its 16th year and is the only technical conference of its size which is focused on the full cycle of reservoir discovery, evaluation, development and recovery in the UK and provides excellent opportunities for engineers and geoscientists to come together and share knowledge.
DEVEX 2019 will explore the great fields of the past and how we are optimally managing them, along with the re-development of smaller pools, utilising new technologies and ways of working to make the most out of these assets. DEVEX will investigate the lessons learned over the last 50 years, whilst being mindful of the challenges and changes ahead, to ensure we maximise economic recovery and create a sustainable future for the UKCS.

YP Simplified Series. The Energy Transition and the Oil & Gas Sector. Sam Gomersall, Pale Blue Dot Energy

The hydrocarbon reserves already discovered cannot be produced if we are to meet our Paris Climate Change obligations. This presents a significant challenge for the O&G sector. Young professionals today will be working in a very different world when they retire in 20-30 years time. The energy transition is a massive challenge or a massive opportunity depending on your approach. Sam will discuss energy transition activity in carbon capture and storage (CCS), hydrogen and electrification which present an opportunity for the O&G supply chain and the professionals within.

April 2019

Alternatives to Welding – Creative Solutions for Pressure and Strength Retention.

Non-welded mechanical connectors is becoming a growth area as platforms are decommissioned or modified. This conference will share knowledge, new technologies and provide clarity on industry guidelines, in line with the Regulatory requirements. Important issues such as demonstrating integrity, achieving compliance approval, risk assurance and technical compliance will be addressed.

March 2019