HydraWell will be in the Hague, Netherlands, from 18 to 22 March to discuss how to shape the next wave in plugging and abandonment (P&A).
This is also the title of the SPE Forum HydraWell is attending: Shaping the Next Wave in Well Plugging and Abandonment. The conference will bring together leaders from production and service sector companies, regulators and stakeholders to discuss and shape the medium term future of well plugging and abandonment.
With new scientific insights, operational approaches and innovative solutions breaking into the market, there is an increasing desire to apply these in the right application and a greater enthusiasm to satisfy the growing demand for innovative solutions. At the same time, there are growing concerns related to abandoned wells and more attention on the re-use of production formations. Meanwhile, the pressure to reduce cost remains, both for operators and governments.
HydraWell’s PWC® – perforate, wash and cement – technology has been the prior decade’s main industry driver in realising cost savings and reducing the environmental footprint of P&A operations, for operators, governments and society as a whole. As such, it is a natural choice for HydraWell to attend the SPE Forum in the Hague, Netherlands.
HydraWell’s HydraHemeraTM latest PWC® system perforates the well before washing the casing and then setting the cement plug – a so-called rock-to-rock barrier that is required under industry good practises such as the NORSOK guidelines. Through this method a rock-to-rock barrier can be installed in less than two days. The technology can be utilised on both single and dual casing wells.
We would be delighted to meet up with you to discuss your plugging requirements and how HydraWell’s PWC® plugging technology, the oil and gas market’s most cost efficient solution, can help plug your wells. Feel free to contact Tom Leeson, HydraWell’s chief commercial officer, to schedule an appointment.
We hope to see you in the Hague!