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tor. 05. mai



Reducing Carbon Footprint in Oil Well Cementing

During this talk Schlumberger will be taking you through cementing transition technologies and locally developed cementing solutions specifically designed for the strict demands of the NCS

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Reducing Carbon Footprint in Oil Well Cementing
Reducing Carbon Footprint in Oil Well Cementing

Time & Place

05. mai 2022, 19:00

Bergenhus, Nøstegaten 32, 5010 Bergen, Norge

About the Event

SPE Bergen Section is happy to invite you to our third Tech Night of 2022 

As in previous events, this will be hosted at Nøsteboden with a two-course dinner following the presentation. Tech Nights are open for both professionals and students, and it is a great opportunity for networking and to get insight in the energy industry in Bergen. Remember to register early, the tickets are limited

Reducing Carbon Footprint in Oil Well Cementing

It has been well documented, that cement is a major contributor to CO2emissions worldwide due to the nature of the manufacturing process. Each and every well drilled in the NCS typically will use anything from 500 MT of cement upwards, which is roughly equivalent to 500 MT of CO2emissions. Therefore when we speak of reducing the carbon footprint during well construction, one of the obvious areas to optimize is the cementing operations. Schlumberger made an exciting announcement in 2021, detailing our 2050 net-zero commitment, inclusive of Scope 3 emissions. This is an industry-leading ambition to decarbonize the entire oil and gas value chain where we can have impact. We simultaneously launched our Transition Technologies portfolio of solutions that target oil and gas operations emissions to help ourselves and our customers achieve their commitments


  • TechNight 05.05.22- Non-member

    kr 200,00
    Salget ble avsluttet
  • TechNight 05.05.22- Member

    kr 100,00
    Salget ble avsluttet
  • TechNight 05.05.22- Student

    kr 50,00
    Salget ble avsluttet


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