Exclusive Interview With Apache's Facilities Manager, Mark Bruchmann

"I don’t know of any conference specifically related to detailed facility design and optimization with so many E&P company representatives present. It’s rare that facility designers and engineers meet to share learnings as our counterparts in land, geoscience and petroleum engineering do on a regular basis…and about time!"
Download full interview here - http://www.facilities-design-onshore.com/program/

With the 4th Annual Sustainable & Scalable Cost-Effective Well Site Facilities Onshore Summit just eight weeks away in September, we spoke with Mark Bruchmann, Facilities Manager, Apache Corporation.

Download the full interview to understand Apache's outlook on optimizing production and maintenance, staying within emissions limits, current hurdles and more.

At the conference Mark will be part of our exclusive keynote to Learn How Operators
In The Permian Are Benchmarking Their Facilities’ Performance To Provide Clarity On Cost-Effective Design Philosophies That Work.

Here's a preview of Mark's exclusive pre-event interview:

Q. With current market conditions, demanding equipment which is more efficient, cheaper and less capital and operational cost intensive. Everyone is talking about optimizing production and maintenance. What is Apache’s outlook on this topic?

MB. We are still in a fiscally constrained environment at current pricing levels as compared with pre-2014 downturn levels, so optimizing well performance and reducing operating costs are our key focus areas for both our producing properties and new wells. With regard to equipment selection, we attempt to use..
Download full interview here - http://www.facilities-design-onshore.com/program/

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