The premier forum for artificial lift systems across North America
Welcome to the Canadian Artificial Lift 2018 Exhibition and Conference where artificial lift systems providers and service companies will meet with shale operators in Calgary to explore the next generation of artificial lift technologies and techniques for use in oil and gas production.
In the current oil price environment, artificial lift optimization is the leading factor as operators seek new cost-effective solutions which maximize production by adopting efficient, optimal and reliable artificial lift systems for unconventional wells across North America.
As production increasingly focuses on marginal fields, deeper and more deviated wells and often in hostile environments, new and innovative artificial lift technologies combined with the latest techniques are leading the way to minimize risks and maximize production to enable shale operators to remain competitive.
The key focus for this year’s Artificial Lift 2018 conference in Canada will be “Maximum Production at the Lowest Cost”, and the objective will be to bring shale operators and service companies together with leading artificial lift engineers and experts to collaborate and examine new end-user case studies, low-cost and effective artificial lift systems and technical know-how, and to address the real challenges in reaching optimum production levels which are essential in the current market.
Key topics on this year’s agenda include:
- Making an economic assessment for artificial lift systems
- Reducing costs and optimizing production with the right techniques
- Maximizing pump efficiencies and minimizing failure rates of artificial lift systems
- New optimization techniques in producing from deeper and more complex wells
- Well site automation and downhole monitoring solutions for measured results
- End-user operator case studies and developing a successful artificial lift program
This exhibition and conference will provide a forum for all stakeholders from artificial lift systems manufacturers and contractors, to well servicing companies and major North American E&Ps, to network and build cross-market relationships and to discuss the latest advances in artificial lift systems for use in unconventional oil and gas wells across North America.