Halliburton has launched ExpressFiber, a single-use fibre optic cable that offers accurate, direct subsurface measurements, including cross-well communication, at a price point that enables fracture monitoring on every well pad
Submissions are sought for Offshore Network’s OWI Global Awards 2021, which celebrate the best in global well intervention excellence
OWI Global Awards 2021 comprise six key categories recognising a range of different types of contributions and successes achieved within the global well intervention community. The categories are:
• Most innovative solution;
• Best project outcome;
• Best example of collaboration;
• HSE innovation;
• Most impactful technology; and
• Significant contribution to the industry.
Judging criteria include originality, creativity and intent; functionality and technical qualities; ease of use and adoption; game-changing impact; implementation and performance; and sustainability and potential for growth.
The judging panel consists of senior well intervention experts representing leading operators from across the globe. They are: Emad Elfeki, Wells Operations Specialist, ADNOC; John Sixt, Global Well Intervention Advisor, BP; Rafael Ramirez, Senior Wells Engineer HPHT, Chevron; Dr. Wisdom Patrick Enang, Operations Engineering Lead, ExxonMobil; Mirick Cox, Senior Principal Engineer - Wells Management, ExxonMobil; Ts. Shahril Mokhtar, Head of Well Integrity & Workover (PCSB), PETRONAS; and Benjamin Ajaraogu, Well Integrity Advisor, LI: Well Integrity SME & Production Technology TA2, Shell.
The awards ceremony will take place live in Aberdeen on 3 December, and will also be broadcast globally.
To be in for a chance to be recognised for the contributions you have made to the industry this year and receive unparalleled global exposure, submit your entry at https://offsnet.com/owi-awards/submit-an-entry
Closing date for submissions is 9 August.
The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has awarded three contracts worth a total of US$763.7mn (AED2.8bn) for integrated rigless services across six of its artificial islands in the Upper Zakum and Satah Al Razboot (SARB) fields to support its production capacity expansion to 5mn bpd by 2030
Neptune Energy has announced the digitalisation of its portfolio of subsea wells in Norway, using an innovative data visualisation platform based on 3D gaming technology to enhance drilling and production efficiency and reduce time and costs
Predator Oil & Gas, the Jersey-based oil and gas company with operations in Trinidad, Morocco and Ireland, has announced that the MOU-1 well was spudded on 20 June 2021 with drilling ahead in progress to the first planned 13 3/8" casing point