World’s Largest Decommissioning Conference Sets Global Oil Companies on the Right Track

EyeforEnergy’s Decommissioning & Abandonment Summit attracts over 200 people including representatives from eight of the world’s ten largest oil companies.
By: James Taylor
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March 12, 2009 - PRLog -- In the current economic climate, where we spend our time and money is crucial. And while there are few conferences which can claim to be truly business critical, EyeforEnergy’s Decommissioning & Abandonment Summit, taking place in Houston on March 26th – 27th may be just that.

On the 26th and 27th of March 2009 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Houston Downtown, EyeforEnergy are bringing together some of the worlds leading experts from the likes of Apache, BP, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Eni, ExxonMobil, Shell, StatoilHydro as well as representatives from National Oil Companies such as PETRONAS to discuss the problem of decommissioning offshore infrastructure.

As oil prices remain rooted to the $45 per barrel mark and the market is gripped by the frequent and devastating impact of hurricanes and tightening regulations for operators it’s now not a matter of if; it’s a matter of when and how.

There is a huge backlog of work to be completed that has seen this once seasonal industry forced to cope with year round demand.  The spoils go to the contractors who are able to offer cost effective solutions to technically challenging projects and compliance to stringent timelines.

Planning for decommissioning in a time efficient way is crucial to cutting costs, streamlining projects and staying on budget and the summit in Houston later this month promises to equip operators with the tools and strategies they need to deliver such projects in 2009 and beyond.

EyeforEnergy have brought together the leading experts in the decommissioning field.  With presentations from OSPAR and the Minerals Management Service on regulations, technical insight from market leading contractors such as Proserv, Weatherford, Tetra Technologies, Chet Morrison, NCA and InterAct and project management case studies from Superior Energy, BP and Chevron this is a unique opportunity to implement codes of best practice that will allow you to save millions of dollars for years to come.

The Summit is being chaired by world renowned decommissioning expert Win Thornton, Decommissioning Business Development Manager for Chevron and is being endorsed by the International Marine Contractors Association.

There is an exclusive, sold out exhibition area where service providers such as the D+F Group, Versabar and Bisso Marine will be displaying their latest technological innovations and over 200 delegates have already confirmed their attendance to make this the world’s largest decommissioning meeting point.

For more information regarding this conference, visit the website at
or contact EyeforEnergy Director, James Taylor at
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