We are excited to announce the 2018 APPS in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. We would like to extend a cordial invitation to join us and sponsor our event held on March 19-20, 2018, at Intercontinental Hotel, Kuala Lumpur. To meet our mission, we fully rely on the support from our corporate sponsors and your sponsorship will help assure the […]
Dear Perforating Industry Member, On behalf of the RIPS Organization Committee it has been decided to hold the 2017 RIPS – Russia International Perforating Symposium in Tyumen on October 23rd to 25th, 2017 at Tyumen Innovation Center. Accommodation is not included in the RIPS registration. When making a booking at Doubletree by Hilton Hotel, please use […]
At the most recent Executive Committee Meeting for the International Perforating Forum Conference a new Young Professionals Committee was created. The committee discussed the importance of connecting and growing the network of young professionals in order to continue the growth and expansion of the perforating community. As part of the International Perforating Forum, the IPF Young […]
Please take a moment to browse through the first issue of the JIPF (Journal of The International Perforating Forum), now available in flip book format. Just to give you a sneak peek , the Journal consists of three sections: Regional Updates, News and Articles. For this inaugural issue, the JIPF Executive Editors and their team […]
The International Perforating Forum was incorporated in 2015, in the State of Texas, USA, as a non profit organization, under the name of “International Perforation Forum Company” (IPFC). With more than 13 symposiums held around the world since 2008, and counting more than 2000 members, IPF had grown into a reputable industry-leading organization that needed […]
After the upcoming IPS 2016 in Galveston in May, the Latin America IPS Committee is organizing a new symposium on October 18-20, 2016 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. More details to follow, we cordially invite you to visit our website again for updates.
There seems to be a lot of confusion in the industry over the risk of perforation tunnel failure and the risk of sand production. I think many companies are using static/elastic rock failure models. These models are very conservative and don’t consider the plastic behavior of rocks. Also they are applying static stress models to […]