Upstream Production Solutions will be sharing insights on achieving a more cost effective operation from day one at the 2015 RIU Good Oil Conference in Fremantle, Western Australia. The Good Oil Conference is a leading event for showcasing the latest news from explorers and producers.
Captain Simon Walker has had a distinguished international career over 40 years in the oil and gas and marine industries. He manages Upstream PS’ business in WA/NT, which dominates operations and maintenance contracts in the Perth Basin.
Early Operability Review: Achieving a More Cost Effective Operation from Day One
Simon Walker, Upstream PS WA/NT Regional Manager
Wednesday 2 September, 1.50pm, Technical Auditorium
An Early Operability Review involves the plant, systems and philosophies proposed for an oil and gas field development, conducted by an experienced operator with a view to identifying issues that can have significant negative impacts on safety, production and OPEX.
“It’s a simple mechanism that can achieve considerable savings throughout the life of the plant – the least expensive time to make a change is on paper, whether it be design, plant access or procurement philosophy".
Upstream PS is a leading provider of products and services to oil and gas industry in Australia and South East Asia, since 1997. It has been involved with the early development of the major oil and gas basins across Australia, providing operations and maintenance, wellsite management, engineering and production assurance solutions.
About Upstream Production Solutions
Upstream PS, a wholly owned subsidiary of GR Engineering Services Limited (GR Engineering), is a client focussed and rapidly growing business with an extensive track record in the provision of operations & maintenance, wellsite management, engineering and production assurance services to the oil and gas industry. Upstream PS has a strong reputation for providing innovative, safe and sustainable solutions to production challenges.