Meeting Objectives

The individual Inflow Control Technology meeting objectives are:

  • Share technical information on new and emerging inflow control technologies
  • Provide operating company overview in regard to passive and active inflow control deployment, maturity, strategy, decision making, performance and perception
  • Provide service company orientation of current available products and services to review existent technologies, and what the oil industry can expect in the future
  • Share case studies to highlight performance of Inflow Control equipment: Success stories, failures and lessons learned. Additionally, operators should share criterion for technology applicability and selection
  • Share knowledge of how challenges have been overcome and optimisation of design
  • Stimulate modelling discussions: well bore centric vs. reservoir centric
  • Intelligent Well Completion (IWC) implementation, performance and developments
  • Value-added criterion and interpretation
  • Open Q&A

Previous Meetings

  • 30-31 Aug 2018, Stavanger, Norway, OTM
  • 12-13 Oct 2017, San Antonio, USA, Tracerco and Superior Energy
  • 28-29 Sept 2016, Dubai, UAE, Schlumberger and Tracerco
  • 1-2 October 2015, Houston, USA, Halliburton, HP Well Screen, Inflow Control, Schlumberger
  • 5-6 November 2014, Calgary, Canada, Absolute Completion Technologies
  • 4-6 Feburary 2014, Abu Dhabi UAE, ZADCO and Baker Huhges
  • 26-27 Feburary 2013, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Halliburton
  • 27-28 March 2012, Stavanger Norway, Schlumberger
  • 5-6 May 2011, Houston USA, Baker Hughes
  • 9-10 Nov 2010, Penang, Weatherford
  • 27-28 Oct 2009, Copenhagen, Welltec
  • 23-24 Oct 2008, Perth, Australia, Woodside & BHP Billiton
  • 21-23 April 2008, Bahrain Baker Oil Tools, Haliburton, Saudi Aramco, Schlumberger, Reslink