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Calling all Speakers

The Well Site Automation 2017 conference is seeking presentations that are broadly focused on the following key topics:

  • Making an economic assessment for developing well site automation
  • Integrating new well site automation technologies into existing systems
  • Looking at real-time data and cutting-edge communication networks
  • Cost reduction strategies in well site operations for a low oil price market
  • New technologies and technical know-how in IoT and well site automation
  • End-user case studies in automation and how to make a successful transition

As well site automation and advancements in the ‘Internet of Things’ begin to play a crucial role in meeting efficiency and cost reduction targets, today’s well site operators need to address the challenges associated with operating digital oilfields across the entire value chain. Issues such as cyber security, a lack of standardization, legacy installed bases, and liability of current technologies are at the forefront, as operators look for more efficient solutions.


The next generation of well site automation advancements include; how to achieve standardization and centralization of existing systems, integration and optimization of well site technologies including SCADA systems, effective measuring and monitoring of liquid and gas at the wellbore, and better communication networks from real-time data. Better automated and better connected wells put the physical point of well management and operations in one place, which can significantly reduce the time needed to monitor and maintain multiple systems. Additionally, such integrated systems require less human resources and offer more opportunities as operators embrace the digital oilfield age.


By fully optimizing the solutions available, a producer with a $50 billion annual revenue could increase its profits by nearly $1 billion, according to a Cisco study. Over the next three to five years, 62% of executives say they will invest more than they currently do in digital innovations, and 89% believe they can leverage analytics to improve business practices as the number of devices used on well sites is set to increase by 70% over the next year.


Be a part of our multi-disciplined agenda...

The Well Site Automation 2017 forum will be an opportunity for all professionals engaged in relevant disciplines to report on their accomplishments and to exchange views. The event will have a unique emphasis on networking and building new relationships, including generating dialogue in technical know-how and to find new solutions for a challenging market. There will also be an opportunity to integrate with allied industries and to demonstrate an insight into new well site automation initiatives for mutual benefit.


Presentations which focus on the latest results and experiences in well site automation, in particular, well-by-well case studies with new market data from past and current site development projects are of particular interest for this conference, along with other relevant topics of timely interest.


Please consider participating in what is certain to be a highly productive experience with an opportunity to collaborate with leading industry experts from across the shale industry.


Call for Presentation
If you would like to be a speaker at this event, please contact sean.collins@iQ-Hub.com, subject heading "Call for Presentations - WSA 2017".

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