Excitement builds as OWI WA registration opens

AdobeStock 209649504After a one year hiatus due to Covid-19 participants and attendees are looking forward to the return of the Offshore Well Intervention West Africa conference which will be running virtually from 12-15 October

By 2025, sub-Saharan Africa will boast one of the highest average ages of subsea wells in the world and, due to this fact, an increasing number of industry experts and professionals operating in the region are recognising the importance of well intervention to ensure that these wells stay producing and do so for longer. 

Retuning for the third time, OWI WA 2021 will provide stakeholders with a platform to network, share industry best practices and listen to valuable insights to optimise future well intervention campaigns and ensure cost-saving is achieved wherever possible. 

Key topics that will be focused on in the conference include the logistical challenges posed by the region and how these can be overcome; the latest technology and equipment that is helping operators capture value on their campaigns; what role light well intervention could and should have in this space in the future; insights into the latest policy and regulations which are shaping well intervention campaigns in the region; and much more. 

Attendees will have the ability to listen to and engage with industry experts from companies such as Shell, Ghana National Petroleum Corporation, Sonangol, Tullow Oil, Schlumberger, Helix Energy Solutions, Baker Hughes, Silverwell, and more. 

Previous events have attracted more than 300 senior well intervention decision makers able to share their expertise of the area and form new relationships. 

On such a previous occasion, David Carr, vice-president of Helix Energy Group, commented, “A very timely and well ran event with all the key players for the region represented.”

Chiwuike Amaechi, senior subsea systems engineer at Shell Nigeria, added, “The conference was well organised and well attended with a good range of topics being discussed.”

Registration for West Africa's leading well intervention conference is now open with attendees looking forward to engaging in interactive sessions on reducing costs, overcoming logistical challenges and increasing well performance. 

To participate in OWI WA, click here.

Alain Charles Publishing, University House, 11-13 Lower Grosvenor Place, London, SW1W 0EX, UK
T: +44 20 7834 7676, F: +44 20 7973 0076, W: www.alaincharles.com

twn Are you sure that you want to switch to desktop version?