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News Article | November 10, 2016
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ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates, Nov. 10, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC), the highlight on the international oil and gas exhibition and conference calendar, again eyed Jereh's outstanding appearance. At this year's event, taking place in Abu Dhabi from 7-10 November, Jereh showcased a number of attractive oil and gas solutions to the Middle East industry covering well drilling, fracturing for well stimulation, downhole tools and motors, small-scale LNG, and flared gas monetization with modular GTL units. "The background of spending cuts in capital investment and deferred projects because of the drop in crude prices has forced us to focus on making every dollar count, whether its for improved production or the continued production of aging well fields," said Johnson Jiang, head of Jereh's Middle East Market. At the event, Jereh showed its track record of fracturing units for shale gas production in both the US and China. The reliable quality management, manufacturing capability as well as customized design earned Jereh a high reputation. In addtion, Jereh highlighted its acidizing equipment for stimulation vessels, which brings modular designs, redundant back-up systems and a mix-on-the-fly fluid system to ensure the right treatment. For the gas market, Jereh displayed two monetization solutions: Playwell Micro LNG and Gas-to-Liquids. Associated gas flaring wastes valuable resources and is a critical threat to the environment. Considering that, on Nov. 8, Johnson spoke at ADIPEC's technical session on the topic of Flared Gas Monetization with Modular Gas-to-Liquid Units which can help get hydrocarbons to market in an economical, easily transportable and easily marketable way. "We are confident about market opportunities. With years of experience in this market, we know the local well conditions and what customers need, and in the future we will continue to develop this market to help maximize the output of investment," Johnson said. Jereh is an international, integrated oil and gas company specializing in oil and gas EPC, oilfield technology services, equipment manufacturing as well as environmental management. Leveraging its strong R&D, high-quality production facilities and global sales network, Jereh has served customers in over 60 countries.


News Article | November 10, 2016
Site: www.prnewswire.co.uk

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates, Nov. 10, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC), the highlight on the international oil and gas exhibition and conference calendar, again eyed Jereh's outstanding appearance. At this year's event, taking place in Abu Dhabi from 7-10 November, Jereh showcased a number of attractive oil and gas solutions to the Middle East industry covering well drilling, fracturing for well stimulation, downhole tools and motors, small-scale LNG, and flared gas monetization with modular GTL units. "The background of spending cuts in capital investment and deferred projects because of the drop in crude prices has forced us to focus on making every dollar count, whether its for improved production or the continued production of aging well fields," said Johnson Jiang, head of Jereh's Middle East Market. At the event, Jereh showed its track record of fracturing units for shale gas production in both the US and China. The reliable quality management, manufacturing capability as well as customized design earned Jereh a high reputation. In addtion, Jereh highlighted its acidizing equipment for stimulation vessels, which brings modular designs, redundant back-up systems and a mix-on-the-fly fluid system to ensure the right treatment. For the gas market, Jereh displayed two monetization solutions: Playwell Micro LNG and Gas-to-Liquids. Associated gas flaring wastes valuable resources and is a critical threat to the environment. Considering that, on Nov. 8, Johnson spoke at ADIPEC's technical session on the topic of Flared Gas Monetization with Modular Gas-to-Liquid Units which can help get hydrocarbons to market in an economical, easily transportable and easily marketable way. "We are confident about market opportunities. With years of experience in this market, we know the local well conditions and what customers need, and in the future we will continue to develop this market to help maximize the output of investment," Johnson said. Jereh is an international, integrated oil and gas company specializing in oil and gas EPC, oilfield technology services, equipment manufacturing as well as environmental management. Leveraging its strong R&D, high-quality production facilities and global sales network, Jereh has served customers in over 60 countries.


Start of first offshore well in Abu Dhabi for Shuwaihat project / Own stand at the largest oil and gas conference in the Middle East region (Hall 6, Stand 6256) Kassel/Abu Dhabi, 14-Nov-2016 — /EuropaWire/ — Germany’s largest internationally active oil and gas producer will be showcasing its activities and technological expertise at the “Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference” (ADIPEC). Right on time for the annual meeting, Wintershall spuds its first offshore well for the Shuwaihat project in Abu Dhabi. In July 2015, Wintershall successfully completed the first onshore drilling of the sour gas and condensate field Shuwaihat together with its partner ADNOC and the Austrian OMV. After compiling and analyzing the data from the onshore field SH-5, Wintershall now spudded the first offshore well SH-6. “We have successfully completed the first project phase and are now ready to carry on with the planned activities, namely spudding the offshore well SH-6. Our technological expertise helps us to carry out drilling activities in challenging geological conditions in accordance with the highest HSE standards,” explains Uwe Salge, General Manager for Wintershall Middle East. Second well for Shuwaihat project: Focus on HSE and efficiency In order to establish a supply base, Wintershall has opted for a bespoke solution rather than a standard approach and has developed the local “Mugharraq” port for its operations. This way, Wintershall is saving time and money by building its first E&P supply base. For the offshore well SH-6, Wintershall has also implemented an extensive safety concept. For instance, Wintershall together with ADNOC has set up an extended oil spill response system, since operations are close to the shore. The Shuwaihat field is situated in the western region of Abu Dhabi, about 25 kilometers west of the industrial town of Ruwais. The reservoir evaluation includes up to three field appraisal wells and a 3D seismic survey. The third planned well (SH 7) will also be drilled offshore. Wintershall’s presence at ADIPEC underlines the strategic importance of the Middle East. The company has been active in the region for several years now and plans to do so in the future. For this purpose, in 2010 the company opened a regional representative office in Abu Dhabi. In June 2012, Wintershall signed an agreement with the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and the Austrian OMV company regarding the technical appraisal of the Shuwaihat sour gas and condensate field. As the operator, Wintershall is relying on its extremely high HSE standards and more than 40 years of experience in the safe development and production of sour gas fields. In 2015, a Memorandum of Understanding was also signed with ADNOC for a cooperation on a chemical EOR project, underlining the importance of research & development as well as technological expertise. In line with this year’s theme “Strategies for the new energy landscape”, Wintershall CEO Mario Mehren will participate in the Global Business Leaders Session to discuss “The Golden Age of Gas and LNG” with Gazprom’s Alexander Medvedev and Occidental Petroleum’s Vicky A. Hollub. Wintershall will also be showcasing its expertise and worldwide activities at its exhibition stand (Hall 6, Stand 6256). The company will provide “expert briefings” where Wintershall employees will present different aspects of their work. These presentations will take place up to three times a day in order to give a larger public at ADIPEC the opportunity to listen to the presentations. In addition, Wintershall has also submitted several papers and will present its findings during the official technical conference organized by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE). Wintershall Holding GmbH, based in Kassel, Germany, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of BASF in Ludwigshafen. The company has been active in the extraction of natural resources for 120 years, and in the exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas for over 85 years. Wintershall focuses on selected core regions where the company has built up a high level of regional and technological expertise. These are Europe, Russia, North Africa, South America, and increasingly the Middle East region. The company wants to expand its business further with exploration and production, selected partnerships, innovation and technological competence. Wintershall employs about 2.000 staff worldwide from 50 nations and is now Germany’s largest, internationally active crude oil and natural gas producer. Wintershall. Shaping the future.


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JPT, Journal of Petroleum Technology | Year: 2011

An azimuth-dependant-processing pilot study was undertaken in a large Middle East field to determine its potential in identifying fracture- permeability pathways. Azimuthal sectors were used for improved signal/noise ratio (SNR), but it was noted that narrower sectors could produce higher-resolution images, but with higher levels of background noise. Two methods were tested and used to generate the six azimuth-stack images so that a direct comparison between the two processing flows could be made. The first method, azimuth sectoring, involves sorting the prestack data into different source-to-receiver azimuth-orientation sectors, each of which is a range of similar azimuths combined into one azimuth-sector group for further processing. Another method, common-Cartesian-offset-bin (CCOB) relies on Fourier regularization, which involves binning data by use of the cross-line and in-line offset distribution to create the CCOB. Time differences were observed between events on the azimuth sectors.


Taking place in Abu Dhabi, ADIPEC offers DarkMatter the opportunity to showcase its vast experience managing and mitigating cyber risk for energy companies DarkMatter, an international cyber security firm headquartered in the UAE, announces its major participation at the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) for the first time. The event is taking place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) November 7-10, 2016 where close to 100,000 visitors from across the region are expected to assemble to discuss the strategic and technological developments occurring in the energy sector. DarkMatter views the exhibition as an opportunity to bring to bear its vast cyber security experience across sectors, including the energy sector, and to connect with regional oil and gas companies. Energy companies are widely exposed to cyber attack not least because of the sheer complexity of their infrastructure and their intersection with third-party suppliers and contractors over whom they may have little control. Energy is a strategic target for malicious actors, as power interruptions, even if minor, can cause a cascade of secondary consequences that may cause longer term damage. DarkMatter will be looking to showcase the importance of adopting a holistic approach to cyber security in order to better protect this critical national infrastructure from the effects of cyber attack. DarkMatter will also showcase its thought leadership through a number of speaking engagements at the Security In Energy conference, which is taking place alongside ADIPEC. Stephen Brennan, DarkMatter's Senior Vice President of Cyber Network Defence will speak on the reinvention of cyber security in a hyper connected Internet of Things environment; while Eric Eifert, Senior Vice President of Managed Security Services, will participate on a panel discussing the impact of hyper connectivity on the protection of critical infrastructure. Commenting on DarkMatter's participation at ADIPEC, Faisal Al Bannai, Chief Executive Officer said, "The energy sector is such a strategically important one that the requirement for its protection from a whole range of threat actors is fundamental. Increasingly, industrial control systems are linked to the wider Internet and while this has increased efficiency, enabled the collection and analysis of performance data and allowed remote maintenance, it now provides a conduit for malicious interference." Faisal Al Bannai continued, "The Middle East is rapidly recognising its level of vulnerability to cyber attack and working to improve its overall posture. Energy firms in particular underpin the GCC economy and as more systems become interconnected with the Internet, they can be targeted by a host of threat actors to include cyber criminals. Our participation at ADIPEC 2016 is aimed at raising awareness around these cyber security threats and what energy companies can do to manage and mitigate the risk." Independent research confirms how attacks on industrial control systems such as those overseeing public and private sector infrastructure such as the electrical grid and transportation systems, are on the rise. And this trend will likely continue, according to the Industrial Cybersecurity Threat Briefing report published by Booz Allen Hamilton earlier this year. The research found that new targets are likely to emerge or expand with respect to industrial control systems and the barrier to entry for threat actors is lowering. Several sectors were particularly hard hit in 2015, according to the report, including energy and transportation. ADIPEC is held under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates and has become a new meeting point for the global energy industry. The event draws ever increasing numbers of exhibiting companies, international country pavilions, visitors and conference speakers from around the world. Picture caption: Faisal Al Bannai, is Founder and Chief Executive Officer of DarkMatter, an international cyber security company based in the UAE, which is empowering digitisation globally. He can be reached on Twitter handle @albannai_faisal DarkMatter is transforming the cyber security landscape. Headquartered in the UAE and operating globally, we're the region's first and only fully integrated digital defence and cyber security consultancy and implementation firm. Our elite team of global experts deliver advanced, next-generation solutions to governments and enterprises across the cyber security spectrum. We help clients simplify the enormous complexity of today's ever-evolving cyber threats. Our vision is to secure the future by protecting its technologies. Innovation and Research are cornerstones to our development and the activities in these areas underpin our entire range offerings, including Secure Communications, Public Key Infrastructure and Big Data & Analytics products. They also extend to our activities in Governance, Risk & Compliance, Cyber Network Defence, Managed Security Services, Infrastructure & System Integration, Test & Validation Labs, and Smart Solutions.

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