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Session 10: Barents Sea drilling solutions

When: Wednesday 31st August 10:00 AM until 12:00 PM

Where: Hall 6

Parallel sessison - see speakers & information

The Arctic could account for as much as 25 percent of future offshore hydrocarbon resources, but drilling in the Norwegian Barents Sea means facing challenges like shallow reservoirs and karstified carbonates – and under tight scrutiny from both governmental bodies and NGOs. The oil and gas industry has safe and cost effective solutions to such challenges, and some of the best and newest will be presented in this session – maybe you can find an poening for your, arctic, drilling technology?

 

Nina K JonassenModerator:
Nina K. Jonassen
Project Director, PetroArctic

 

 

Henning HansenHenning Hansen
R&D Manager, Aarbakke Innovation AS

Reducing cost of field development by implementing totally new ideas for drilling, reservoir drainage and field structure

 

Mikhail Mosesyan - LUKOIL


Mikhail Mosesyan

Drilling and Well Manager, LUKOIL Overseas North Shelf AS

Well Construction in Timan-Pechora and Offshore Caspian: Drilling Through Carbonates in Cold Climate and Sensitive Environment

 

Leonid SurguchevLeonid Surguchev
Managing Director, LUKOIL Overseas North Shelf AS

Well Construction in Timan-Pechora and Offshore Caspian: Drilling Through Carbonates in Cold Climate and Sensitive Environment

 

 

Bernhard Krainer

Dr. Bernhard Krainer
Senior Advisor & Acting Head of Exploration, OMV Norge AS

Wisting Horizontal- a World Record well in the high North


 

Ola VestavikDr.Ing. Ola Michael Vestavik
Chief Technology Officer, Reelwell AS

Managed Gradient Drilling for improved horizontal reach in shallow reservoirs

 

Johnny Bårdsen

Johnny Bårdsen
Sales Director, Well Completion, Scandinavia, Welltec

Completion breakthrough for shallow reservoir development

 

 

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