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The 31 newly added Production Forecasting pages included in PetroWiki were created from a document written in 2014 and 2015 by a group of almost 50 experts and committee members. These members volunteered their expertise to integrate the learnings from the wealth of contributions and discussions during the workshops. The resulting pages represent the consensus views of the authors in respect of current practice, and includes examples of where some current approaches are inadequate and improvements are still needed. [http://petrowiki.org/Category:GIWS-PF Read more...]
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The D4D Database provides feedback from late life and abandonment operations.&nbsp; It provides practical guidance to engineers when designing new facilities or modifying existing facilities
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The challenges and issues encountered at the end of a facility's life may not be foreseen or correctly considered during the design phase. This lack of attention can make the eventual decommissioning work more technically challenging and costly.&nbsp; The purpose of the database is to identify decommissioning issues based on real industry lessons learnt and translate these into potential solutions which could be implemented in future designs. [http://petrowiki.org/Design_for_decommissioning Read more...]
  
 
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The D4D Database provides feedback from late life and abandonment operations.  It provides practical guidance to engineers when designing new facilities or modifying existing facilities

The challenges and issues encountered at the end of a facility's life may not be foreseen or correctly considered during the design phase. This lack of attention can make the eventual decommissioning work more technically challenging and costly.  The purpose of the database is to identify decommissioning issues based on real industry lessons learnt and translate these into potential solutions which could be implemented in future designs. Read more...

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