Apr 8, 2021
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM

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Honeywell Encino Emissions Monitoring and Reporting
501 West Wall Street , Midland, Texas

Methane venting, fugitive emissions, and environmental compliance are among the most talked about topics today in the oil and gas industry.  The Honeywell Encino Emissions Monitoring and Reporting Roundtable is a free one-day interactive forum jointly sponsored by two leading technology and service providers in the field.  The event will share learnings and discuss insights on the future of emissions regulations, advance monitoring technologies, and proven environmental services.  Attendees are encouraged to engage the speakers and provide feedback, playing a role in improving understanding and facilitating the development of improved solutions and services.  While brief presentations and demonstrations will help kick-start the conversation, extended interactive roundtable discussions tease out and explore critical topics.

Sponsor: Honeywell, Encino Environmental Services
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Jun 8, 2021
11:45 AM - 01:30 PM

Enhance Oil Recovery (EOR) Innovation Webinar
Virtual, Global

Enhanced oil recovery (EOR) in unconventional reservoirs is on the cusp of expanding into all facets of an operating company menu of options to keep shale wells producing and prevent widespread shut-in of these assets. Our EOR expert Dr. David Schechter, an EOR ETC advisor, will describe the pros and cons of surfactant and gas injection. No prerequisites are needed.
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Aug 11, 2021
08:00 AM - 02:00 PM

DigitalXtreme Roundtable
Virtual, Global

Digital Transformation or DXR redefines how technology, people and processes come together to improve business performance. Both nationally and globally, change is accelerating across industries and organizations. Is this happening in yours? At DXR 2020, dives deeper into global technology trends with leading speakers, listen to the latest case studies and engage with other leaders to help accelerate business performance in your organization through DXR. - DXR is an event with a focus on the oilfield of the future technology. The goal is to provide a forum to stimulate interaction between producers, software driven technology companies, key supporting innovation enthusiasts. The DigitalXtreme Roundtable is an event developed by Amanda Scott, sponsored by companies active in the area of oil and gas digital transformation. Over the past few years, we have seen game-changing IoT and digitalization grow to become the worldwide objective to enhance operations efficiency.
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Oct 4 - 7, 2021
09:00 AM - 02:30 PM

Frac School 101
Houston, Texas

The course reviews the basic concepts of hydraulic fracturing and the broad applications of the technique. Fracturing technology benefits and limitations in all types of sandstone and carbonate reservoirs are explained. It considers the critical components of the fracturing process, design, and implementation of hydraulic fracturing treatments. The multi-instructor training perspective is one of a kind not offered by any other school around. This allows for a dynamic approach to techniques and worldwide experience. In addition to the technical presentation, the course contains many practical exercises and class problems based on case histories. The top priority is to become familiarize with the fundamentals of hydraulic fracturing including: the universal process for Shale and Conventional plays, rock properties/log analysis, regulatory issues, and specifics of propping agents, frac fluids, and forced closure.

Sponsor: The Energy Think Tank
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May 5, 2022
08:00 AM - 02:30 PM

Multiphase Pump User Roundtable (MPUR) - US - 2022
Norris Conference Center, Houston, Texas

The Multiphase Pump User Roundtable (MPUR). Houston’s oil and gas industry first ever Multiphase Pumping End-User Roundtable started in 1999, operators over 22 years ago developed the formula to the most important roundtable discussion, solution to your company’s operational needs. We tracked the growth of MPUR over the past 21 years and our archives will not be found anywhere else, that’s what keeps our members returning year after year, they hear it first at MPUR. At Petroleum ETC, our mission is to connect industry leaders, foster discussion about emerging technologies, promote innovation and breaking news projects to advance petroleum technologies. It gives operators and manufacturers the opportunity to meet in an informal setting to explore the latest advancements and most exciting applications of this rapidly maturing technology. Production companies want to know how to "differentiate the pumps"; comparisons of other pumping technology touches on key drivers for the success of deepwater developments, onshore facilities, emission reduction, digitalization, and challenges with integration to existing developments. At the core, MPUR focuses on multiphase pumping however, the emphasis is on case-histories given by End-Users providing direct value for the operator needing to learn best practices and lessons learned! At MPUR, we truly believe in the importance of multiphase technology and encourage you to support its advancement.

Pumping has stood the test of time providing value to the international oil and gas industry. Our industry’s market for Improved Oil Recovery (IOR), Artificial Lift and Multiphase Fluid Transport is growing with pumping continuing to lead the way. With multiphase pumping applications are increasing, both offshore and onshore, the MPUR highlights both the lessons learned and key emerging technology developments. Collaboration to Accelerate Learning and Adoption is the theme for this year’s Multiphase Pump User Roundtable event. MPUR was created to foster interaction and the exchange of experiences between end-users of multiphase pumping. A value takeaway for stakeholders is the transfer of data from end-user to end-user; operations and a sound technological understanding; this can impact your company’s bottom line. Topics for the program are: OPEX and CAPEX of multiphase pumping, operations for increasing recoverable reserves, compression to boost production, subsea pumping development, reduce flaring and new research for pumping performance.
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