Artificial Lift Management and Adoption on New Technologies and Digitalization

Recorded On: 08/18/2021

Operators will share their roadmap of adopting artificial lift management through digitalization, due to the complexity of downhole operations and costs. They will share their current situation and openness to other new technologies for service providers to understand opportunities to share more technological advancements and services.

This webinar is categorized under the Production and Operations technical discipline.

All content contained within this webinar is copyrighted by Khairul Nizam Bin Idris and Dadik Hendra Kusuma and its use and/or reproduction outside the portal requires express permission from Khairul Nizam Bin Idris and Dadik Hendra Kusuma.

Fatemeh Mehran (Moderator)

Industry Solution Advisor

Haliburton, Asia

Fatemeh has more than 20 years of experience in Oil and Gas industry. Prior to joining Halliburton as Industry Solutions Advisor for Asia, she worked on multiple projects as technical advisor in the Middle East and as production engineering solutions development and business development in Asia with Schlumberger. Furthermore, she has working experience as an instructor for NExT , Gas Lift Optimization Solution Consultant, Digital Oil Field champion, and Flow Assurance Global Leader in Schlumberger. She is actively volunteering with SPE, currently as chairperson on SPE- Kuala Lumpur chapter, member of global production award committee voluntarily also as regional champion for Artificial technical section in Asia. Fatemeh has M.Sc. in petroleum engineering from Herriot Watt University and has a post-graduate diploma in digital strategies for business from Columbia University.

Khairul Nizam Bin Idris

Principal Production Technology, PETRONAS

Khairul Nizam Bin Idris has 17 years of working experience in the upstream (E&P) oil and gas industry under various projects and responsibilities in Petroleum Engineering. He has in-depth technical experience and capability in well completion design for Field Development Plans, Workover Operation, High Pressure & High Temperature development and Carbonate Reservoir Development. He is experienced in designing artificial lift systems, including engineering requirements which involved surface facilities assessment to optimize production strategy. He is also experienced in well surveillance work, offshore and onshore operations and in designing sand control strategy, sand erosion calculation and providing input for sand management guidelines as part of the Holistic Sand Management approach in PETRONAS. He graduated from UTP with a MSc. Petroleum Engineering and is currently in Principal Production Technology under RDM, Malaysia Petroleum Management.

Dadik Hendra Kusuma

Well Performance Leader, PT. PERTAMINA HULU MAHAKAM

Dadik Hendra Kusuma has 14 years of working experience in upstream (E&P) oil and gas industry, with 5 years in well intervention and 9 years in well performance engineering. He has strong technical experience and capability in well intervention operation (perforation, gaslift, zone shut off, N2 unloading, surfactant capillary string, cementing and fishing/milling). He has 2 years of international exposure in TOTAL France headquarters for various projects (artificial lift RnD, network modeling, etc.), including project missions in Dubai, UAE and Pointe-Noire, Congo. He has strong experience in Sand Management, Well and Network modeling, Production Monitoring swamp wells gas (300 wells) and oil wells with gaslift system (100 wells), and well management to ensure in optimum and safe condition. He is currently a well performance leader (production engineering) in Pertamina Hulu Mahakam – East Kalimantan.

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Artificial Management and Adoption on New Technologies and Digitalization
08/18/2021 at 9:00 PM (EDT)   |  90 minutes
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