DTEK Oil&Gas Experts Took Part in the V International Oil and Gas Conference “Coiled Tubing. Well Stimulation. New Drilling"

DTEK Oil&Gas Experts Took Part in the V International Oil and Gas Conference “Coiled Tubing. Well Stimulation. New Drilling"

Oil and gas01 June 2018

DTEK Oil&Gas traditionally became a partner of the V International Conference of the Newfolk Oil and Gas Consulting Centre “Coiled Tubing. Well Stimulation. New Drilling” held in Lviv on May 31 and June 1, 2018. The conference was attended by over 200 participants, including representatives of oil and gas companies, service companies, scientific and educational institutions, professional associations and state authorities. The participants shared their experience, studied modern technologies and products, and discussed important technical issues.

DTEK Oil&Gas Experts Took Part in the V International Oil and Gas Conference “Coiled Tubing. Well Stimulation. New Drilling"

The first day of the conference was dedicated to the development of the oil services market in Ukraine, new approaches in well drilling, stimulation and repair. The chief specialist of the well repair and overhaul department of DTEK Oil&Gas Andrii Polyovyi shared the company’s experience in the well stimulation and repair at great depths (more than 6,000 m). DTEK Oil&Gas’ solutions in this area include:

  • Increase in the overhaul period of wells by using corrosion-resistant equipment.
  • Use of special well-killing fluids.
  • Repair without well-killing using snubbing rig.
  • Implementation of well stimulation technology after killing with a return to the previous operation mode.
  • Saving time to remove the tubing hanger under the packer-type operation scheme.

On the second day of the conference, participants considered the issues of geology and exploration. Ivan Gafych, Exploration and Prospective Development Director, spoke about DTEK Oil&Gas’ comprehensive approach to the development of the potential of deep wells. It lets the company improve the efficiency of field development, reduce drilling programs without decreasing the production rates, and increase the resource potential.