With over 600 million currently living without access to electricity in Africa, significant investments are needed across the entire energy value chain in order to make energy poverty history by 2030
Andrea Sbordone, business development manager at TechnipFMC, will describe four case studies of successful riserless light well intervention (RLWI) campaigns at the upcoming Offshore Well Intervention West Africa 2022 conference in Accra
David Carr, Senior Vice President – International at Helix Well Ops, will be hosting a session at the upcoming Offshore Well Intervention West Africa (OWI WA) which will look at the potential for light well intervention (LWI) in Africa
A session on understanding wax formation in the TEN Field will be presented by Daniel Konadu, production chemist, Tullow Oil at the fast-approaching Offshore Well Intervention West Africa (OWI WA), to be held from 12-13 July, in the city of Accra, Ghana
Participants will be given details, allowing for a better understanding of ‘wax’ and its process of formation. Daniel will also shed light on operational issues encountered by operators during and because of the wax formation and deposition.
The session is also said to be information-rich, as it examines the methods to prevent or remediate wax deposition to reduce flow assurance challenges. Daniel will further identify risk in operational tests, followed by a detailed study on wax deposition.
The upcoming OWI WA is said to be West Africa’s answer to issues relevant to operational obstacles in production. The event is also featuring experts, global and national level companies as well as seasoned service providers.
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The Offshore Well Intervention West Africa 2022 (OWI WA), which be held in Accra from 12-13 July, will host a presentation by Matthew Vick, senior subsea wells engineer from bp
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