WHO ATTENDED?

Design & Engineering Experts From Canadian E&P Companies Working On The Following Facilities:


  • Multi-Well Pad Facilities
  • Gathering Facilities
  • Condensate Stabilization Facilities
  • Gas Processing Facilities
  • Production Facilities
  • Water Treatment & Disposal Facilities
  • Gas Processing Facilities
  • Vapour Recovery Facilities

With The Following Job Titles:


COOs, VP's, Directors, Managers, Team Leads & Chiefs Of...
  • Facilities Engineering
  • Process Engineering
  • Project Management
  • Operations & Engineering
  • Staff Engineer
  • Engineering & Construction
  • Production Engineers
  • Asset Management
  • Project Development
  • Procurement
  • Purchasing Manager/ Agent

Plus Service & Solution Providers In The Following Areas:


  • Upstream Facility Design & Engineering EPCs
  • Upstream Facility Design & Engineering Consultants
  • VRU
  • Flare Design / Combustion
  • Heater-Treaters
  • Stablization
  • Separation
  • Metering / Measurement
  • Automation Technology
  • Processor Equipment
  • Water Transfer Systems
  • Water Treatment
  • Well Site Construction
  • Modular Construction
  • Valves / Actuators
  • Alternative Power Providers (Gas-Generators, Solar Power Providers, Fuel Cell Technology etc.)
  • Inspection
  • Pipeline Integrity
  • Facility Testing
  • Production & Artificial Lift

Facilities Design Western Canada 2014

Facilities and Process Engineers working in unconventional plays throughout Western Canada are currently faced with a multiplicity of budget and project management challenges that, astonishingly, up until this point, have yet to be discussed in a comprehensive facilities-focused forum.  

As the economics of facilities design and construction become increasingly scrutinized and the breadth of services offered widens, facilities engineers are under increasing pressure to make the right decisions on how to optimize costs and scheduling times for the multimillion and billion dollar projects in tight plays such as the Bakken, Duvernay, Cardium, Viking, Montney, and wider Horn River Basin.

THE FIRST SUMMIT DEDICATED ENTIRELY TO FACILITIES AND PROCESS ENGINEERS IN WESTERN CANADA

The Facilities Design Western Canada 2014 summit, for the first time in history, brought together onshore facilities engineering professionals working within key Western Canadian tight and shale plays. Solutions were provided for project and process engineering challenges being faced at every stage of the construction and design phase. These were discussed by oil and gas independents and majors, with insights on the following well site facilities:

Multi-Well Pad Facilities                  Gathering Facilities

Production Facilities                        Condensate Stabilization

Water Treatment And Disposal       Pressurized Tanks

Gas Processing                                Vapour Recovery    

In addition, successful strategies for project management, scheduling, equipment sourcing and budgeting overruns were delivered to compare best practices between operators.

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Facilities Design Western Canada 2014

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