Chevron joins Scandpower consortium

The $7 million ‘Horizon’ project targets drilling and production in ‘challenging’ environments.

Chevron has joined Scandpower Petroleum Technology’s Horizon project (OITJ Vol. 10 N° 1). The three year, $7 million project targets production from ‘greater depths, longer flowlines and challenging environments’. Results will be embedded in future releases of Scandpower’s Olga simulator, refining multiphase modeling predictive flow assurance. Other Horizon members are ENI, ExxonMobil, Statoil, Shell and Chevron.


Scandpower has also signed up new customers for its Drillbench product including KMC Oiltools (Kuala Lumpur), Odjell Drilling (Norway) and Wild Well Control (Houston). Earlier this year, Scandpower signed with Houston-based Knowledge Reservoir for the joint development of technical workflows leveraging SPT’s Mepo reservoir history-matching simulator.

Click here to comment on this article

Click here to view this article in context on a desktop

© Oil IT Journal - all rights reserved.