26-29 September 2017
Radisson Blu Hotel, Kuwait

Prof Peter King


Professor of Petroleum Engineering
Imperal College London


9:30 AM Evaluating approaches to successfully managing sand in treating produced water

  • Best practices in sand handling to meet disposal requirements and effective sand production monitoring techniques and tools
  • Management of desandling hydrocyclone and techniques for easy transportation of sand
  • Sand handling in wellhead, liquid phase and in-separators for easy lifting

10:00 AM Latest optimisation approaches for optimising production and efficiently maximising recovery from heavy oil and maturing reservoirs and the way forward for multilateral well optimisation

With the quest to fully recover the last drop of oil from existing wells and reserves, organisations are looking into ways to optimise on ESP’s and are setting strategies to exploit heavy and mature reservoirs before spending millions to explore new wells. This has given rise to an increasing focus on optimising and strategising in a way to use the latest solutions and practices to get the last drop. Multilateral well optimisation and digitisation is the future for recovery and for optimising resources. The workshop will allow attendees to:

  • Analysing the role of intelligent technologies to enhance production
  • Address production challenges in maturing reservoir and best practices in recovery
  • Selecting the right production process which suits the geology and demography and efficiently enhances production


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