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USA Chapter Events

Monthly Lunch & Learns

At these regular monthly events, networking and lunch are followed by a concise, topical technical presentation. With an emphasis on case studies, this bite-size event consistently provides members and their guests with a look at the latest and greatest that the industry has achieved.

HOUSTON
Lunch & Learns are typically held the 2nd Tuesday of every other month. Notifications will go out if one is postponed or cancelled.

NEW ORLEANS, LA
We’re starting an offshore section of the ICOTA USA chapter. This section is going to focus on all types of intervention work being performed in the Gulf of Mexico, from new deep water subsea completions to P & A work on the shelf. The goal is to bring to light the existing and new challenges of today’s offshore well intervention industry and help solve these issues by improving communication and promoting technical awareness.

We are accepting abstracts for the 2015 technical luncheon schedule for both Houston and New Orleans / Lafayette.    Contact me if you are interested.

2015 Lunch & Learn Schedule

April 14, 2015 (Houston, TX)


TOPIC: Subsea Services Alliance - Intervention services and other cost-effective life-of-field solutions
Speaker: Hakan Eser, VP Subsea Intervention & Asset Integrity Management, OneSubsea

Norris Conference Center  [map]
Pecan Room
816 Town & Country Blvd
Houston, Texas

Abstract
Helix Energy Solutions Group, OneSubsea®, a Cameron (NYSE: CAM) and Schlumberger (NYSE: SLB) company, and Schlumberger announced on January 6th 2014 , the execution of the definitive agreements for the companies’ non-incorporated alliance, formed to develop technologies and deliver equipment and services to optimize the value chain of subsea well intervention systems. The alliance combines the expertise and capabilities of the three companies to provide a unique offering, integrating marine support with well access equipment and control technologies.

The alliance is focused on increasing the operating envelope of today’s subsea intervention technology, which will offer clients an integrated approach to achieve simpler and more cost-effective intervention solutions. Primary objectives include the expansion of applications enabled by subsea well-access technology, specific solutions for deep and ultra-deepwater basins and higher well pressure environments, and the evolution of Helix’s vessels to provide well intervention and additional support services such as well commissioning, artificial lift support, and abandonment, which are traditionally performed using drilling rigs.

The objective of this alliance is to provide unique subsea services and well intervention offerings to the industry; an offering that enables “one stop” shopping for intervention services and other cost-effective life-of-field solutions. This short presentation is going to focus on well intervention services provided by Subsea Services Alliance, and the value it brings to their clients.


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April 14: Lunch & Learn (Houston)

If WebEx is available for this meeting, a link for instructions will be included prior to the event. 

Lunch will be available around 11:30am with the presentation following at or around noon.  

With the presenter's consent, a copy of the presentation will be available in the member's area of the website. You must be an active ICoTA member to access the presentations. You will need to login to the main ICoTA website in order to view or download the files.

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