Leading oil and gas industry body, the Intervention & Coiled Tubing Association (ICoTA) European Chapter, is set to host industry experts at a one-day seminar of technical presentations in Stavanger next month.
Among the eight companies presenting at the event will be Statoil, Schlumberger, Weatherford, Interwell, Welltec and Aker Solutions. In addition to the technical presentations delegates will also have the opportunity to view products and services from leading well intervention companies in the exhibition area.
Other highlights will include an address from Coiled Tubing Resource Management chief executive Ron Clarke who will be presenting solutions to address the industry’s need for utilising alloys that offer weight reduction for coiled tubing, intervention and abandonment equipment.
The latest in a series of events held by ICoTA to date, the 8th Well Intervention Seminar will be held at the Stavanger Forum on June 6th. A networking reception will follow the technical programme, with dinner in the evening.
ICoTA Europe chairman Michael Taggart said: “This year’s seminar consists of an exciting programme of technical presentations which will allow delegates to learn about some of the latest developments and innovative solutions in intervention operations. The seminar also presents an excellent opportunity to network with industry experts from Europe and other oil and gas regions.
“Year upon year, ICoTA Europe always receives a very positive response to this event and we are confident that once again we will provide a detailed insight into the issues facing all well intervention disciplines.
“We are expecting a healthy participation at the event and I would encourage anyone with an interest in the subjects being discussed or an involvement in the sector to attend.”
Advanced booking is essential. Places can be booked online at www.rodgerandco.com or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. A PDF of the well intervention seminar programme can be downloaded from http://www.icota-europe.com/events2.cfm?news_ID=120.