Solving Oilfield Chemical Management’s Four Biggest Challenges
Using new technologies to reduce risk
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Effective oilfield chemical management is vital to keep oil and gas wells operating. Over the last 150 years sophisticated operations have developed with the primary aim of ensuring asset integrity and flow assurance. These processes involve triple tasks of delivering, monitoring and field troubleshooting. However, despite the years of operational experience, key challenges remain. Well failure rates are still higher than acceptable, and operators have difficulty containing their chemical related costs.
To offset the challenges, proven technologies are emerging that are producing greater uptime while lowering maintenance and labor costs. Additionally, these technologies reduce risk and improve health, safety, and the environment.
Please join us for a presentation that includes a review of the current chemical oilfield management processes, the four biggest challenges that remain and examples of how these challenges are being addressed in 2021.
- Understand the current oilfield chemical management process.
- Review the four biggest challenges facing oilfield chemical management today and the impact on the industry.
- Explore real-world examples of how these key challenges are being solved today.
Paul Gould, Principal Consultant and Owner, Imperative Insights LLC
Eric Neason, Senior Vice President of Products & Services, Detechtion Technologies
Kevin Parker, Content Manager, CFE Media and Technology