SPE Online Education
Challenges in Realizing the Full Potential of Additive Manufacturing in the Oil and Gas IndustryIncludes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 03/17/2020 at 9:30 AM (EDT)
Additive Manufacturing, commonly known as 3D Printing, is a new manufacturing technique where material is added and a part is “printed” layer by layer. This makes additive manufacturing a method of choice for highly complex customized components. Additive Manufacturing has seen considerable growth in the Oil and Gas industry in last few years. Apart from being able to solve challenges faced by Oil and Gas Industry through complex designs, the biggest value added of additive manufacturing is the ability to manufacture obsolete parts at a reasonable cost and within a short time, as there is a lot of very old equipment still in operation.
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Complete the Machine Learning Life Cycle with Production DeploymentContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
The talk will focus on the next crucial steps to operationalize a successful Machine Learning pilot. In order to start capturing business value of a model for competitive advantage, it needs to be effectively deployed into production.
Smart Production Monitoring Enabled by Virtual Well MeteringContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
Virtual Metering technology has been used in offshore oil and gas wells for over a decade with great success. They provide a cost-effective, yet reliable solution to monitor production continuously. They also serve as ready back-up to “physical” multiphase meters, which are both expensive and less reliable.
QRI Expert Hour -- Using Advanced Analytics, Computational Algorithms, and AI to Automate Geological Target Identification (and Other Geological Workflows)Contains 2 Component(s)
Content for this webinar is provided by QRI. By registering, your contact information will be shared with the sponsor.
Understanding & Defining Well Barriers for Well IntegrityContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
The terms "Well Barrier" and "2 Independent Barriers" are used throughout well integrity management literature. However, there are misunderstandings as to what truly constitutes a Barrier and what are 2 Barriers, as opposed to 2 isolations or redundancy. Physical Barriers, their construction or installation and verification against performance criteria are the foundation of establishing and maintaining a well's integrity. Understanding how a system of components (barrier elements) is used to establish a barrier can become complex especially when there are multiple sources each requiring their own containment. This webinar will discuss and review fundamental concepts, to bring some clarity to these essential topics.
Wellbore Integrity Restoration: New Life for Old WellsContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
Presented by Greg Galloway