The ICoTA European Innovation Award
The ICoTA European Innovation Award is judged and presented annually by the Europe Chapter of the Intervention & Coiled Tubing Association. Awarded first in 2001, it recognises both the contribution to innovation and the introduction of new technologies within the well intervention arena. As of today, it is the most established and longest running award which ICoTA has globally. The aim is to recognise a service company and/or operator for the application of technological innovation in well intervention.
Entries for 2020 are now closed
The 2020 finalists are:
The winner will be announced during ICoTA Week on 19th November. Winners will be presented with a perpetual trophy and an individual award which they can retain.
The winner’s success in pushing forward the boundaries of well intervention and coiled tubing technology will be publicised widely in the media and throughout the industry, including to both the ICoTA and SPE Aberdeen membership.
Entries are judged by the Committee of ICoTA European Chapter. For 2020, finalists were requested to make a short presentation to the judging committee by webinar on Tuesday 13th October 2020.
Judging Criteria and Guidelines for Entries
- Technology - either new technology or existing technology used in an innovative way.
- Application - where is the innovation being applied and what does it do?
- Value to the industry - why did you use this technology? For example, to reduce risk, increase recovery, improve safety or minimise environmental impact.
Conditions for Award
The technology should have been either:
- developed in Europe and applied in Europe or elsewhere for the first time, or
- developed elsewhere and applied for the first time in Europe
The technology must have been applied for the first time since 31st March 2019.
The award may be presented for a variation of a theme rather than an entirely new technology.
The award may recognise the general nurturing of new technology rather than a single project.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01224 646311.
Recent Winners – ICoTA Award for Innovation & Technology
Dwellop and Shell wins 2019 ICoTA Europe Innovation Award
The winner of the 2019 ICoTA Europe Innovation Award was announced as part of the 25th SPE ICoTA European Well Intervention Conference in November at the P&J Live.Read more ⟶
Ocean Team Scandinavia A/S wins ICoTA Europe Innovation Award 2018
The winner of the ICoTA Europe Innovation Award 2018 was recently announced at the organisation’s annual conference in Aberdeen which is jointly organised with the Society of Petroleum Engineers Aberdeen section.Read more ⟶
Well-SENSE takes home the ICoTA Europe Innovation Award 2017
The winner of this year's ICoTA Innovation Award was announced at the 23rd SPE ICoTA Well Intervention Conference at the AECC.Read more ⟶
Shell, Helix Well Ops and Altus Intervention win ICoTA Europe Innovation Award 2016
Presented at the annual SPE ICoTA Well Intervention Conference on the 9th of November, Shell, Helix Well Ops and Altus Intervention collected the prestigious prize for their collaboration on an innovative system designed to increase oil production on a subsea well by 1,200 barrels per day.Read more ⟶
|2019||Dwellop and Shell||Lynx Wireline Mast|
|2018||Ocean Team Scandinavia||SCC02 Cleaning System|
|2016||Shell & Helix Wellops & Altus Intervention||Coil Tubing from a light well Intervention vessel – a North Sea first|
|2013||Interwell||Expandable Junk Catcher|
|2012||Oilenco||Soak Sleeve & Syringe|
|2011||Schlumberger||Digital Slickline perforating pipe recovery & plug setting|
|2010||BP & BJ Services||Pushing the boundaries of Concentric Coil Tubing on Normally Unattended Installations|
|2009||Baker Hughes||SnapScreen Live Well Deployment System for Sand Screens|
|2008||StatoilHydro||Nurturing and application of Riserless Light Well Intervention Technology|
|2007||Baker Atlas||GasView service|
|2006||Halliburton Easywell||Swell Technology – Swellpacker Isolation System|
|2005||Zertech||Z-seal Metal sealing technology|
|2004||Blafro Tools||Coiled Tubing Heave Compensator development|
|2003||Baker||Milling of Chrome Tubulars|
|2002||Statoil||Commitment to nurturing the development of new technologies|
|2001||Talisman||Commitment to offshore UBD-CTD in the North Sea|