Leading Names Confirmed at EXT:end Include:
Control Uncertainty and Survive by Pinpointing Late Life Strategies that Support the Decision to Continue Production or Decommission
$40 oil is intensifying one of the North Sea’s biggest strategic question marks: extend production of late life assets or end production by initiating decommissioning and abandonment. EXT:end 2016 has been designed to tackle this debate head on.
Know what it takes to manage the high level of uncertainties...
associated with late life offshore assets so that you can minimize risks, mitigate integrity issues and profitably plan for the future
'Lower for Longer' Strategy:
Debate end-of-life strategies and lean operating tactics required to lower unit cost, comply with regulation and drive a cost effective offshore portfolio
Avoiding the Domino Effect:
Understand how decisions taken at the end of field life can impact cost pressures on remaining fields and result in premature decommissioning
Balance MER with decommissioning:
Discover cost-effective late-life production, intervention and abandonment technologies to tackle the industry’s biggest question in the low oil price era
Be prepared for the £16.9bn spending on decommissioning in the next decade by assessing COP date and shedding light on the most cost-effective "late life model"
Secure contracts in the industry’s largest and only dedicated late life expo covering...
well integrity, intervention and abandonment so that you can fill your order books for 2016-17
The first strategic meeting uniting C-level operators with the entire late-life community
The North Sea is on a knife-edge: the decisions operators face about the future of their late-life assets have never been so crucial – should they continue production, close production or perhaps even sell up?
To address this entire suite of critical late-life decisions, uncertainties and strategic challenges, the North Sea’s foremost industry leaders will gather in Aberdeen for a one of a kind debate. EXT:end is the only meeting to position the strategic question of “extend or end?” to the senior decision makers. By uniting the entire late-life community involved in answering this question – covering asset, development, commercial, production and decommissioning teams – it breaks down the silos and provides real answers at a time of desperate need.
Uniting the entire life community
What makes EXT:end North Sea business-critical at $40 per barrel?
- The first meeting of its kind to address the elephant in the room and put decommissioning on the priority-list for C-level operators by asking one simple question: extend or end?
- Debate after debate: no more back to back presentations, this is the only meeting to deliver game-changing operator-led panel sessions, Q&A and roundtable sessions to constructively debate the biggest end of field life challenges
- Arrange one-to-one meetings with asset, production, operations, development and decommissioning managers in a networking experience that captivates the entire late-life community and bridges the gap between organisational silos
- PLUS: Cutting-edge technical breakout sessions that play a crucial role in the EXT:end debate – including structural and subsea integrity management
Look what 150 industry leaders we surveyed said about the biggest priorities in 2016:
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"Very well organized. Great networking opportunities. Would definitely attend again"- Repsol
"Good opportunity for networking and update from other companies"- BP
"DecomWorld did an excellent job of putting together a summit on a topic operators and vendors are highly interested in improving"- Chevron
"Valuable information about new technologies and techniques"- Subsea 7
"The exhibition draws the highest calibre of talent and expertise in the industry in a concentrated, easy to meet manner"- Mactech Offshore
"Great event, good networking opportunities"- OneSubsea