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KeyFacts Energy continue to provide details of upcoming webinars on our home page and invite companies to contact us with details of new events that can be posted to our site.

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Vattenfall - Working together with the Supply Chain

  • Date: Tuesday 25th August
  • Time: 11.00 – 12.00 BST

AREG invites you to join their upcoming webinar in collaboration with Vattenfall where they will be discussing the company’s vision for the future and how it intends to approach and work with the supply chain. The webinar will be hosted through Microsoft Teams.

In this webinar, Rob Lilly of Vattenfall will present on Vattenfall’s vision for the future, as well as current UK and European projects. He will discuss Vattenfall’s approach to working with the supply chain and the value that the supply chain brings to the company’s operations. Rob will also present on Sector Deal growth expectations and the challenges that the sector is currently facing.


Past, Present, and Future: 100 Years of Oil & Gas Perspective

  • Date: Wednesday, August 26, 2020
  • Time: 1 PM - 2 PM CST

Don’t miss this generation-spanning panel featuring industry giant Allen Gilmer, respected family oilman Scott Anderson, and up-and-comer Rob Butler. The trio will deliver in one fell swoop an industry retrospective, a state of the union, and a look forward.

What has defined oil and gas historically?
At what sort of crossroads do we find ourselves now?
Where do things go from here, particularly for the small independent or lone entrepreneur?

Allen Gilmer, Founder & Advisor, Enverus
Scott Anderson, Anderson Oil Ltd.
Robert Butler, Co-Founder Geology, Redbone Resources


2H Offshore: Using Composite Pipe to Overcome Deepwater Riser Design Challenges - Part 2 of 2

Presented by Rohit Shankaran, Principal Engineer

Date: Wednesday, August 26 2020
Time: 3:00 PM GMT / 9:00 AM CDT

In part two of this series, learn about the challenges that deepwater risers face in harsh environments and the benefits of using composite pipe over traditionally used materials. 


Road to Recovery - UK Oil and Gas Industry Action

  • Date: Thursday 27 August
  • Time: 10.00 am - 11.30 am

In the face of Covid-19 and volatile commodity prices, OGUK is driving collective action across the UK oil and gas industry to stimulate the sector’s recovery. Join our free webinar on August 27 to find out more about progress achieved to date and learn about proposals to unlock investment. 

Katy Heidenreich OGUK’s operations director will chair the ‘Road to recovery: UK Oil and Gas Industry Action’ webinar where she will outline how the sector’s self-help approach and its work with government and regulators is helping to stimulate activity for a supply chain under immense pressure. 

Enabling the oil and gas industry to retain its competitiveness is vital to ensuring its role in the energy transition. The webinar will also cover how the sector is maintaining security of supply, contributing to the economy and planning for a low carbon future.


Prospectivity Revelations from Enhanced Salt Flank Imaging

  • Date: September1st, 2020
  • Time: Houston: 8am   l   London: 2pm   l   Riyadh: 4pm   l   Beijing: 9pm

Karyna Rodríguez, VP Global New Ventures, Searcher Seismic,  will present seismic imaging techniques leading to discoveries in the Sureste Basin, offshore Mexico.


The changes seen to the O&G industry in 2020 will lead to permanent transformation 

  • Date: Sep 3, 2020 
  • Time: 03:00 PM London

As we near the end of the summer, and anticipating almost certain consolidation expected due to the oil price and Covid19 as well as changing supply/demand dynamics will there be lasting change to the oil & gas industry post 2020 or will we return to the same agenda when current hurdles have been overcome?

  • How can the O&G industry evolve, change and adapt for the future?
  • How should organisations interact with different stakeholder groups? 
  • Balancing short term recovery with strategic long term change
  • Following the industry downturn in 2014, is more change even possible? 
  • What is the long term prognosis for demand – is it likely to return to levels seen prior to the pandemic? 


2H Offshore:  MOPU-Supported Platforms - Gateway to Fast Track Production

Presented by Ben Andrew, Director

Date: Wednesday, Sep 9 2020
Time: 3:00 PM GMT / 9:00 AM CDT

Production from a low cost MOPU can be a gateway to project sanction, particularly in the current oil price market. This webinar will discuss ways in which fast track, dry tree MOPU-supported platforms can accomplish this.


Introduction to Technology Qualification Assurance

  • Date: Wed, 7 October 2020
  • Time: 13:00 – 14:00 BST

Technology is continually evolving to meet new challenges and drive improvements in operating efficiency. For example, to exploit renewable and existing energy sources, develop more resilient systems for water treatment, or implement more effective monitoring of distribution systems. The introduction of new technology requires a clear understanding for both the developer and the user of when the technology is ready for deployment and the risk that deployment entails. Even existing, proven technology may be required to operate in more challenging environments, beyond existing industry experience and guidance. When this happens, additional technical risk and uncertain reliability performance are introduced. This Desk 2 Desk Online Webinar presentation aligns with best industry practices, and will introduce two key concepts that are fundamental to successful development, qualification and deployment of technology.


Risk-Based Approach to Well Plugging and Abandonment

  • Date: Tue, 3 November 2020
  • Time: 13:00 – 14:00 GMT

Well plugging and abandonment typically constitutes between 40% and 50% of offshore decommissioning costs and to 2050 have been estimated to be about £47Bn. Many companies are investigating opportunities for cost reduction through simpler well P&A designs and through the new plugging technologies. Current industry standards require abandoned wells to be leak free in perpetuity and any new plug technologies are required to demonstrate a leak-free life of 3000 years. This creates significant uncertainties around their long-term performance and tools are needed to justify well P&A design solutions.

This Desk 2 Desk Online Webinar presentation provides an overview of our approach and the STEM-flow methodology used to support industry implmenting a risk-based well plugging and abandonment strategy.


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