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Optimizing Facilities and Production Operations via Cost-Effective Innovations

Thursday, 4 May
Technical / Poster Session
The session discusses a number of innovative and cost-effective technologies to optimize facilities and production operations. Methods and their applications discussed include: modeling technologies to predict reservoir fluid characteristics under downhole conditions and decision matrix to evaluate novel tractoring mechanism for downhole robotic mobility. The authors will also discuss process simulations, nodal analysis and integrated production modelling to improve artificial lift equipment performance and to tackle high water cuts and tight emulsions challenges in upstream facilities, and use of unconventional and low risk sensors for efficient and timely well surveillance. Through case studies and field trials the presenters will provide novel approaches to streamline production operations.
Antonio Cardenas, Project Manager Officer and Product Development Management Lead - Baker Hughes
Ramakrishna Ponnapati, TechnoCommercial Manager - Baker Hughes
Sponsoring Society:
  • American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)
  • Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)
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