Subsea Well Intervention Report: What Next for the GOM? (Sponsored)

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The current low cost environment is having a huge impact on well intervention projects in the GOM as market conditions and aging assets are increasing the need for acid stimulation, snubbing, e-line, slickline and coiled tubing operations. Ahead of the 3rd Annual Offshore Well Intervention Conference (Houston, October 19-20), SeaNation shared a very interesting report on the topic which includes:

  • An overview of how the lack of exploration, development drilling and well construction activity is giving way to opportunities for well intervention and decommissioning activity
  • An analysis of RLWI vessels, complex multi-purpose semi-submersibles & monohulls and the effect that their specifications, availability & day rates may have on your subsea operations
  • A reflection on how commercial alliances could lead to developments such as single point contracting to offer a simplified commercial & procurement approach to intervention

You can access the full report for free at

If you find this a useful resource and would like to find out more about such subsea projects taking place in the Gulf of Mexico, join over 170 key industry players at the 3rd Annual Offshore Well Intervention Conference in Houston on October 19-20 and benefit from:

  • A paraffin remediation case study utilizing coiled tubing with thermal assist by Eni to establish the short falls of thermal modelling for platform well intervention operations
  • A Shell case study of a recent intervention Helix performed with the Q4000 to consider the advantages a riser-based solution brings to well stimulation
  • Two unique GOM case histories featuring a recent P&A project by Hess using resins and the planning and results of a deepwater campaign undertaken by LLOG

For more information on the Subsea Well Intervention Report or the conference, please contact Sam Scarpa at

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