2023 Meeting Programme
|DATE||MEETING TOPIC||TECHNICAL CHAIR||HOST||LOCATION|
|2–3 March 2023||Specialist drilling methods – technical challenges and case histories
DEA(e) Q123 Meeting Agenda
The drilling industry is often required to access reserves that require complex and highly specialised technology and skills. This includes drilling wells in deeper water, to greater step outs and with more aggressive, short radius wellpaths. Our innovative industry always finds ways of meeting these challenges safely and with ever increasing focus on performance and sustainability. In this session, the focus will be on some of these ‘special drilling methods. Subjects to be explored could include:
· Extended reach drilling
|Wintershall Dea||Stavanger, Norway|
|1-2 June 2023||Advancements in drilling tools, processes and technology
DEA(e) Q223 Meeting Agenda
Please can you help us with suggestions for presentations and/or names of experts in this area who we can approach for the Q223 meeting, both from your company, but also from the industry generally.
Drilling processes and technology develop and advance with time. This DEA(e) meeting aims to cover new improvements and lessons learned in:
|14-15 September 2023||Innovation, Digitalisation and Automation: The future of the well delivery process
DEA(e) Q323 Meeting Agenda
Innovation has for a long time driven the oil and gas industry to achieve remarkable feats. Many parts of the industry today would be unrecognisable to our predecessors, however, we still have untapped potential.
In a world where we are driven to ‘do more with less’, further innovation, especially in the areas of digitalisation and automation is required. The well delivery process continues to evolve with time; what technology, digital tools or automation processes will carry us into the future?
The DEA(e) invites presentation related to the following topics for the Q3 2023 conference:
|Aker BP||Stavanger, Norway|
|7-8 December 2023||Sustainability in drilling wells and ways to minimise CO2 emissions
It is imperative that the Oil and Gas Industry continues to improve and develop in accordance with demands in society, in addition to staying a competitive and reliable source of energy.
A key word is Sustainability: Society demands that our industry focuses on reducing emissions, capturing of emissions harmful to the environment and continuous developing and improving and introduction of cleaner and greener technology.
An important element in this respect is the Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) as a growing industry, and that industry will to a large degree lean on the technology and competence available in the oil and gas industry. But we need to transform and continue developing a lot of the Oil and Gas technology to be able to deliver on CCS, as there are several differences and challenges in the 2 industries’ characteristics and requirements.
Therefore, Q4 2023 Topic will be: “Sustainability in drilling and wells and ways to minimise CO2 emissions
|Vår Energi||Stavanger, Norway|
If you are interested in attending this meeting please contact your company representative who will coordinate your companies attendance.
If you plan to make a presentation please read our Guideline for technical presenters.
On occasion it is possible for non-members to attend; if you are not a member and are interested in registering please contact us.