About the PESGB
The PESGB was established in 1964 and has a membership of over 6000 individuals, active in all six continents and have established several flagship events where professionals network, share technical excellence, and discuss the latest developments.
Westwood Global Energy will be presenting at the next PESGB (Petroleum Exploration Society of Great Britain) and Society of Petroleum Engineers International lecture event, taking place at the Geological Survey Ireland on the 21st of February (18:15 for an 18:30 start).
The talk will be followed by networking and refreshments at a nearby venue.
This event is free to attend, but registration is required.
Looking forward to 2019, Westwood records over 40 firm high-impact exploration wells expected to be completed in the year, with a further 30 probable wells, suggesting that high-impact drilling in 2019 will be similar to 2018, in which 68 wells are expected to complete. This presentation analyses 15 of these as key wells to watch. Westwood has selected 10 frontier play wells, and 5-high impact wells in proven plays expected in the year. These 15 wells are all located in different basins, and are being drilled by a mixture of companies.
High impact drilling in 2019 is expected cover more than 30 separate basins, with around 35% of the wells targeting frontier plays. Hot spots are expected to continue to be the Suriname-Guyana Basin, the Nile Delta, the Gulf of Mexico and the Barents Sea. The combined unrisked pre-drill resource potential is estimated to be ~28bnboe and is weighted 50:50 gas to oil.
Confirm your place today and register here.