ExperWELL® will attend ONS 2018 in Stavngager, Norway

ExperWELL® will attend ONS 2018 in Stavanger, Norway.

ExperWELL® was invited to present its innovative products and services at the ONS Centre Court. We are looking forward to discussing the innovative technology with you at ONS 2018.


Founded in 1974, ONS has developed into a global energy meeting place connecting international suppliers, operating companies and decision makers.

DATE: 27-30 AUGUST 2018

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ExperWELL® attended Offshore Europe 2017.

ExperWELL® attended Offshore Europe 2017 to promote its products and services to potential clients as well as networking. 

Thanks for the meetings and interesting discussions during the exhibition. We are looking forward to cooperating with you and your companies. 

Founded in 1973 as Offshore Scotland, SPE Offshore Europe is a biennial conference and exhibition that takes place in Aberdeen, Scotland. The event focuses on upstream oil and gas production and has grown into one of the largest events of its kind in Europe. The event attracts visitors and exhibitors from around the world, 108 countries were represented at the 2015 event. In 2017 hall 6 featured the Decommissioning Zone for the first time in collaboration with industry association Decom North Sea.(Wikipedia) 


DATE: 5-8 SEP 2017 

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ExperWELL® was nominated to the 2nd Round of the Call for Ideas Transforming Well Plug and Abandonment – The ‘Develop’ Stage

ExperWELL® was nominated to the 2nd Round of the Call for Ideas Transforming Well Plug and Abandonment – The ‘Develop’ Stage. The Call is organized by the Oil & Gas Technology Centre (OGTC), Aberdeen, UK. 

At the 1st Round the feedback from the evaluation panel was that ExperWELL®‘s products and technology was an interesting idea and innovative technology that potentially help transforming Well Plug and Abandonment. Therefore, ExperWELL®‘s was selected to the 2nd round of the Call. 

Short introduction of the Call:
The plug and abandonment of hydrocarbon wells is the process by which a well is closed permanently, usually when there is insufficient hydrocarbon potential to complete the well or after production has drained the reservoir. 

Over the next decade, 1,400 wells are forecast to be abandoned on the UK Continental Shelf 1, at a cost of c.£7 billion 2 creating a significant burden for the UK oil and gas industry and UK taxpayers. 
A large proportion of these costs are driven by the need for drilling rig-based activities. Therefore, a significant opportunity exists to drastically reduce well plug and abandonment (P&A) costs, and thus total decommissioning costs, through ‘rigless’ methodologies.

The Open Innovation Programme helps OGTC to identify, accelerate and deploy innovative technologies to unlock the full potential of the UK North Sea. OGTC works with the oil and gas industry, academic institutions and the wider technology community to deliver theme-based technology showcases, Tech Talks and workshops that inspire new thinking and collaborative innovation. 

The Oil & Gas Technology Centre called for innovative ideas and concepts that would have a material impact on this transformation. 


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