February 11 - 12, 2020 | Houston, Texas

Presentations, Discussions & Masterclasses Taking Place In An Environment Where Relationships Are Built, 
Lessons Are Learnt & Business Gets Done

Ron MacLeod

Ron MacLeod

Senior Chemical Advisor, Operations Excellence

Noble Energy

Henry Lopez

Henry Lopez

Oil & Gas Production Expert | Flow Assurance | Corrosion | Stimulation | Hydraulic Fracturing | Project Management

Previously with Pioneer Natural Resources

Fadi El Ahmadieh

Fadi El Ahmadieh

Corrosion Engineer

ConocoPhillips

Ankush Gupta

Ankush Gupta

Area Production Manager – Catarina & Maverick

Sanchez Oil & Gas Corporation

Vaibhav (Nick) Nikam

Vaibhav (Nick) Nikam

Permian EOR Mechanical Integrity Engineer Advisor

Occidental Petroleum Corporation

Taha Hussain

Taha Hussain

Venture Executive

Chevron Technology Ventures

Joe Alapati

Joe Alapati

Flow Assurance and Production Chemistry Advisor

Devon Energy

Aloysius Obodoako

Aloysius Obodoako

Senior Integrity Engineer – U.S. Onshore Operations

Murphy Exploration & Production

Ajay Singh

Ajay Singh

Senior Reservoir Engineer

Anadarko Petroleum Corporation

Wei Wang

Wei Wang

Fluid Chemistry Scientist

Chevron ETC

Nan Zhang

Nan Zhang

Senior Engineer Production Technology

Equinor

Onyeka Onwuemene

Onyeka Onwuemene

Lead Petroleum Production Engineer

Neconde Energy Limited

Adam Schaub

Adam Schaub

Production Chemist

Marathon Petroleum Corporation

Danny Durham

Danny Durham

Director Global Upstream Chemicals E&P Technology

Apache Corporation

Tom Swanson

Tom Swanson

Vice President of Innovation

Solugen

Paul Brisbin

Paul Brisbin

Regional Manager – Oklahoma, Bakken & North Rockies

TXAM Pumps

Mark Peavy

Mark Peavy

Vice President of Operations

Windy Cove Energy LLC

Marc Singer

Marc Singer

Associate Professor, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Institute for Corrosion & Multiphase Technology

Ohio University

Andrea Marciales

Andrea Marciales

Corrosion Engineer

InnoTech Alberta

Blake Speer

Blake Speer

Automation Specialist

TXAM Pumps

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What Should You Expect From The Event

100% driven by industry intelligence, the 2020 conference will look at a number of central themes, while expanding the envelope to include discussions in emerging areas for innovation and digital transformation. Participating individuals will be issued certificates of completions/attendance to earn CPD points.

From technical case studies giving you the chance to take an in-depth look at chemical management programs of leading E&Ps, to chemical companies stepping up to showcase new chemistries that are structured differently and have longer term-effects and persistence to Corrosion, Scale, Iron Sulphide, Paraffin and H2S, to collaborative dialogues that tie cost to value and failure frequencies.

With First-of-their-Kind Masterclasses built into the agenda, you will have the added opportunity to gather practical intelligence on two of the most cutting-edge topics right now. Attend the training course of your choice, and still beat rush hour traffic and catch that early evening flight home! 

On behalf of ShaleUSA Conferences, I look forward to seeing you at the event in February 2020.

Alishba Jan 
MD, ShaleUSA Conferences

Technical Case Studies | Collaborative Dialogues 
First-of-their-Kind Masterclasses

This year, a leading market intelligence firm interviewed 350 unconventional E&P operators to determine the US producers’ greatest challenges and priorities at this point in time. And the uniform response was:

‘If we can reduce frequency of well failures and maximize uptime, that is what’s most important to us.’

Well failures are keeping production teams up at night. It costs an operator a few thousand to a few million dollars to carry out a workover to repair a chemical-related well failure. While optimization is an overly used phrase, it is a loaded expression. It implies that the E&P’s chemical spend is too high and needs to be brought down. What’s important to note is:
  • The cost of chemicals is between 20c and $1 per barrel
  • Lifting costs are $21
  • But, the average cost to repair a well failure is anywhere between $70,000 and $200,000 per well, and it can take up to three weeks for crews to get the well back up and running
Taking place on February 11 & 12, 2020 in Houston, Texas, Reducing Onshore Well Failures: Advanced Chemical Management 2020 will address the US onshore operator’s most important production, operations and chemical-related challenges, focusing on metrics that matter the most right nowfailure rates/frequency, downtime, production losses and total overall spend on wells – with strategies and opportunities to manage failures induced by Corrosion, Scale, Paraffin, Iron Sulfide and H2S.

With companies forced to be a lot more disciplined on how they manage their capital, looking at their financial performance and not just how much oil they are producing, maximizing profitability and return to production cost will be at the heart of all discussions.

Who is the Event for & Who will you Meet?

  • Technical & Operational Subject Matter Experts
  • Research Groups & Lab Scientists 

  • Water Treatment Technologies & Services  

  • Chemical Program Managers & Their Teams 
  • Facilities Engineering Teams    

  • Automation, Digitalization & Digital Transformation Groups

  • Production & Innovation Groups
  • Oilfield Chemical Technology & Service Providers
  • And More

Agenda Themes at a Quick Glance 
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Corrosion Management

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Paraffin & Flow Assurance

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H2S Removal

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Digitalization & CHEMICALS MANAGEMENT

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Scale Inhibition

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Iron Sulfide Remediation

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Chemical Automation

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Failures on Facilities & Pipelines

Secure your place at the event by Friday December 13, 2019 to save up to $200

If you are interested in attending contact our Audience Development Team!