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Wednesday, 30 September

0830-1155

Room 330

29 New Technology

Session Chairpersons:

Cem Sarica, University of Tulsa; Hua Shi, BP America Inc

The session will examine a new compact concept in dehydration and the impact of motion on random packing efficiency. Two papers will look at subsea slug characterization modelling and gas evolution rates for subsea separation applications. Papers will evaluate cost efficient and improved technology for produced water reuse and pressured gas-oil separation plant to allow direct water reinjection. A study paper will look at concept selection in deep water gas field developments comparing the alternative of FLNG with subsea to beach.

Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0855 174796 icon:PO Environmentally Preferred Process For Efficient Boron And Hardness Removal For Produced Water Reuse
J. Cao, Baker Hughes Incoporated; S.P. Monroe, Baker Hughes Inc; D. Hendry, Baker Hughes Incoporated
0855-0920 174764 icon:PFC Gas Evolution Rates in Crude Oil for Subsea Separator Applications
A. Daniel, S. Mohammad, J.R. Whiteley, Oklahoma State University; G.E. Kouba, Chevron ETC; D.M. Lavenson, Chevron ETC (BSS) (BO); A. Kelkar, Chevron ETC; H.J. Subramani, Chevron Corporation; C.P. Aichele, Oklahoma State University
0920-0945 174792 icon:DC Cost-efficient And Improved Treatment Technology For Produced Water Reuse
J. Cao, Baker Hughes Incoporated; S.P. Monroe, Baker Hughes Inc; H. Sun, Baker Hughes; L. Li, SPE
Alternate 174937 icon:PFC Optimizing Separation Efficiency of Produced Water Tanks by Installing CFD Designed Internals
N. Trofaier, VTU Engineering; A. Weilhartner, OMV Petrom; B. Puchner, J. Konieczny, VTU Engineering; N. Friedl, R. Markl, CAE Simulation & Solutions; G. Kuemmel, OMV Petrom; A. Steinbrugger, VTU Engineering; O.A. Perez, OMV Petrom
1040-1105 174927 icon:PFC FLNG vs ‘Subsea-To-Beach’: A Study on the Critical Factors Governing Concept Selection in Deepwater Gas Field Developments
F. Beltrami, F. Olugbode, K. Subramanian, A. Barrero, Granherne Inc.
1105-1130 174746 icon:PFC CFD Study For Heat Transfer And Flow Characteristics Of Nanofluid In A Flat Tube Heat Exchanger
M.S. Elsebay, Gempetco; A. Hussein, PICO; M. Elshemy, Gempetco
Wednesday, 30 September

0830-1155

Room 340

30 Petroleum Advanced Analytics: Data to Barrels - Demonstrating the Power of Data Analytics in Upstream

Session Chairpersons:

Mohamed Sidahmed, BP; Detlef Hohl, Shell Intl. E&P BV

Understanding and effectively using the vast available data in the upstream oil and gas industry will result in improved resources production and problem elimination. Deterministic and physical modeling can be complemented with data mining and artificial intelligence to guide real-time actions through the use of machine learning and prediction. This session presents this new perspective with applications in surface and field development and in problem-solving for wells and production situations.

Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0855 174849 icon:RDD Functional Approach to Data Mining, Forecasting, and Uncertainty Quantification in Unconventional Reservoirs
O.S. Grujic, Stanford University; C. Da Silva, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation; J.K. Caers, Stanford University
0855-0920 174799 icon:RDD Geology Driven EUR Prediction Using Deep Learning
L. Crnkovic-Friis, M. Erlandson, Peltarion Energy
0920-0945 174774 icon:RDD Using Association Rule Mining and High-Dimensional Visualization to Explore the Impact of Geological Features on Dynamic Flow Behavior
S. Suzuki, D. Stern, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Co.; T. Manzocchi, University College Dublin
0945-1010 174871 icon:MI Structuring an Integrative Approach for Field Development Planning Using Artificial Intelligence and its Application to an Offshore Oilfield
S.P. Ketineni, T. Ertekin, Pennsylvania State University; K. Anbarci, T. Sneed, Chevron
1040-1105 174905 icon:RDD Experimental Design or Monte Carlo Simulation? Strategies for Building Robust Surrogate Models
J. Schuetter, S. Mishra, Battelle
1105-1130 174784 icon:RDD Machine Learning as a Reliable Technology for Evaluating Time-Rate Performance of Unconventional Wells
D.S. Fulford, Apache Corp.; B. Bowie, Apache Canada Ltd.; M.E. Berry, B. Bowen, Apache Corp.; D.W. Turk, Terminus Data Science LLC
1130-1155 174735 icon:MI Maximizing Information through Data Driven Analytics in Petrophysical Evaluation of Well Logs
V. Jain, K. Gzara, G. Makarychev, C. Cao Minh, D. Heliot, Schlumberger
Alternate 174900 icon:MI Using Data Analytics to Analyze Reservoir Databases
B.B. Lee, L.W. Lake, The University of Texas At Austin
Alternate 174985 icon:MI Topological Data Analysis to Solve Big Data Problem in Reservoir Engineering: Application to Inverted 4D Seismic Data
A. Alfaleh, Saudi Aramco; Y. Wang, Texas A&M University at Qatar; B. Yan, Texas A&M University; H. Song, University of Science & Technology Beijing; C. Wei, PetroChina; J.E. Killough, Texas A & M University
Wednesday, 30 September

0830-1155

Room 342A-D

31 Answering the Realm of Unconventional Reservoirs

Session Chairpersons:

Prasant Sainani, ConocoPhilips Co; Fabian Vera, Consultant

Recent advances in unconventional reservoir development have resulted in a better understanding of continuous and discrete conductive and nonconductive fractures, geomechanic-induced production loss, flowback analyses, effect of salt-sealed natural fractures and drawdown sensitivity. Practical and theoretical findings will be shared in these outstanding and selected studies.

Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0855 175037 icon:RDD Pressure Transient Behavior of Horizontal Wells Intersected by both Multiple Hydraulic and Natural Fractures in Conventional and Unconventional Unfractured and Naturally Fractured Reservoirs
F.J. Kuchuk, D. Biryukov, A.J. Fitzpatrick, K.L. Morton, Schlumberger
0855-0920 175021 icon:RDD Stochastic Modeling of a Fracture Network in a Hydraulically Fractured Shale-Gas Reservoir
A. Mhiri, T.A. Blasingame, Texas A&M University; G.J. Moridis, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
0920-0945 175029 icon:RDD Analysis of Drawdown Sensitivity in Shale Reservoirs Using Coupled-Geomechanics Models
K. Wilson, Chevron Energy Technology Company
0945-1010 175061 icon:RDD Model for a Shale Gas Formation with Salt-Sealed Natural Fractures
H. Merry, C. Ehlig-Economides, University of Houston; P. Wei, Sinopec Research Institute of Petroleum Engineering
1040-1105 175115 icon:RDD Physics-Based Approach for Shale Gas Numerical Simulation: Quintuple Porosity and Gas Diffusion From Solid Kerogen
B.A. Lopez Jimenez, R. Aguilera, University of Calgary
1105-1130 175154 icon:RDD Advances in Flowback Chemical Analysis of Gas Shales
A. Zolfaghari, Y. Tang, J. Holyk, M. Binazadeh, H. Dehghanpour, University of Alberta; D. Bearinger, Nexen Energy ULC
1130-1155 175016 icon:RDD An Empirical Extended Exponential Decline Curve for Shale Reservoirs
H. Zhang, M.J. Cocco, Ryder Scott Company, L.P.; D.C. Rietz, Ryder Scott Petroleum Consultants; A.L. Cagle, Ryder Scott Company, L.P.; J. Lee, University of Houston
Alternate 175118 icon:RDD Direct Observation Of The Impact Of Nanopore Confinement On Petroleum Gas Condensation
E. Parsa, X. Yin, E. Ozkan, Colorado School of Mines
Alternate 175058 icon:RDD Development of a Mechanistic Numerical Simulator for Preformed Particle Gel Applications in Non-Crossflow Heterogeneous Reservoirs
A.H. Imqam, Missouri University of Science & Tech; A. Goudarzi, University of Texas Austin; M. Delshad, The University of Texas At Austin; B. Bai, Missouri University of Science & Tech
Alternate 174996 icon:RDD Variations of Gas Flow Regimes and Petro-physical Properties during Gas Production Considering Volume Consumed by Adsorbed Gas and Stress Dependence Effect in Shale Gas Reservoirs
J. Wang, University of Petroleum China, Beijing; H. Luo, The University of Texas at Austin; H. Liu, China University of Petroleum, Beijing; Y. Ji, Beijing Institute of Technology; F. Cao, Z. Li, K. Sepehrnoori, The University of Texas At Austin
Wednesday, 30 September

0830-1155

Room 342B-F

32 Well Completion Case Studies

Session Chairpersons:

Michael Thomas Hecker, ExxonMobil Development Co.; Earl B. Claiborne, Chevron Corporation

This session presents case histories highlighting innovative completion operations in stimulation, sand control and workovers to enhance well productivity; including how safety factors in tubing connections were found to be inadequate under certain conditions.

Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0855 174736 icon:DC Case History: First Lower Tertiary Multi-Zone Single-Trip Intelligent Completion in an Ultra-Deepwater Development
K.P. Joseph, Baker Hughes Inc
0855-0920 174755 icon:DC Review and Analysis of Zonal Isolation Effectiveness in Carbonate Reservoirs Using Multi-Stage Stimulation Systems
M. Nozaki, R.C. Burton, K. Furui, ConocoPhillips Co; N.R. Zwarich, ConocoPhillips Norge
0920-0945 174765 icon:PO Assessing Diverse Variables and Technologies and Their Impact on Sustained Gas Production in Carbonate Reservoirs - Field Examples
Z. Rahim, H.A. Al-Anazi, A.A. Al Kanaan, Saudi Aramco PE&D; R.E. Kayumov, Schlumberger Saudi Arabia; Z. Al-Jalal, Schlumberger
0945-1010 174955 icon:DC Comparing Openhole Packer Systems With Cemented Liner Completions in the Northern Montney Gas Resource Play: Results From Microseismic Monitoring and Production
J. Reimer, M. Ng, B. Dusterhoft, Painted Pony Petroleum Ltd.; B. Birkelo, Spectraseis Inc; B. Hlidek, Packers Plus Energy Services
Alternate 174958 icon:DC Extending Openhole Gravel Packing Capability - Initial Applications of Alternate Path Openhole Shunt Packers to Provide Upfront Zonal Isolation
M.D. Barry, M.T. Hecker, S.P. Arnold, S.J. Barrilleaux, C.M. Sweeney, M.J. Siegman, ExxonMobil Development Company
1105-1130 174893 icon:DC Packing the Unpackable: How the Use of Best Sand Control Technologies Reversed the Marginal Project of Atlanta in a Promising Development
C.A. Pedroso, Queiroz Galvao Exploration & Production SA; F. Liborio, M. Rausis, M.B. Moreira, QGEP; J.B. Salies, Queiroz Galvao Exploration & Production SA
1130-1155 174861 icon:DC Success of Deepening Workovers in Permian Basin Carbonates
A.B. Babaniyazov, P.M. Bazin, ConocoPhillips
Alternate 174725 icon:DC Road to Success and Lessons Learned in Intelligent Completion Installations at the Santos Basin Pre-salt Cluster
E. Schnitzler, D.A. Silva Filho, F.H. Marques, F.K. Delbim, K.L. Vello, L.F. Goncalez, T.C. Fonseca, Petrobras
Wednesday, 30 September

0830-1155

Assembly Room A

33 Well Integrity and Fluid

Session Chairpersons:

Keith Wilson Lynch, ConocoPhillips Co; Arash Shadravan, Baker Hughes

Integrity for specific drilling challenges such as strengthening in depleted reservoirs and improved fluid hydraulic design.

Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0855 174741 icon:DC Drilling Depleted Sands: Geomechanics, Challenges and Mitigations
R. Majidi, S. Edwards, J. Zhang, R.V. Sant, N.C. Last, BP
0855-0920 174976 icon:DC How to Effectively Strengthen Wellbores in Narrow Drilling Margin Wells: An Experimental Investigation
O. Razavi, A. Karimi Vajargah, E. van Oort, The University of Texas At Austin; M.H. Aldin, R. Patterson, MetaRock Laboratories
0920-0945 174770 icon:PFC Quantification of Wellbore Strengthening Mechanisms: Comprehensive Parametric Analysis
M. Pordel Shahri, Weatherford International Ltd.
0945-1010 174911 icon:DC Advanced Drilling Induced Fracture Modeling for Wellbore Integrity Prediction
N. Kostov, J. Ning, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Co.; S.V. Gosavi, ExxonMobil Development Company; P. Gupta, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Co Intern; K.S. Kulkarni, P.F. Sanz, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Co.
1040-1105 174859 icon:DC Nanotechnology Improves Wellbore Strengthening and Minimizes Differential Sticking Problems in Highly Depleted Formation
W.J. Al-Baghli, V. Saradhi, A. Muhammed, A. Alherz, A. Rajagopalan, Kuwait Oil Company; S. Tobeh, F.I. Khatib, Baker Hughes; P.B. Jadhav, Baker Hughes Inc.; P. Yadav, Baker Hughes
1105-1130 174908 icon:DC Application of Kalman Filter to Predictions of Pore Pressure While Drilling
E. Bektas, S.Z. Miska, M.E. Ozbayoglu, M. Yu, N.E. Takach, University of Tulsa; D. Velazquez-Cruz, Institute Mexicano Del Petroleo; M. Pordel Shahri, Weatherford International Ltd.
1130-1155 174848 icon:DC Root Cause Analysis of Drilling Lost Returns in Injectite Reservoirs
S. Buechler, Exxon Mobil Upstream Research Company; J. Ning, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Co.; N. Bharadwaj, Exxon Mobil Corporation; K.S. Kulkarni, ExxonMobil Research & Engrg; C. DeValve, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company; C.C. Elsborg, ExxonMobil Development Co.; T. Head, ExxonMobil Exploration and Production Norway AS; A.L. Mols, Esso Norge A/S
Alternate 174860 icon:DC Wellbore Stability of Deviated Wells in Depleted Reservoir
X. Li, K.E. Gray, The University of Texas At Austin
Alternate 174769 icon:DC New Foam Drilling Hydraulics Calculations by Using Two Foam Flow Regimes
A. Edrisi, Nicholls State University; S.I. Kam, Louisiana State University
Alternate 174876 icon:DC Leak-Off Test Model Combining Wellbore and Near-Wellbore Mechanical Behavior
A. Gandomkar, J. Fu, K.E. Gray, The University of Texas At Austin
Alternate 174854 icon:DC Case Studies Validate the Effectiveness of Aluminum-based HPWBM in Stabilizing Micro-fractured Shale Formations: Field Experience in the Peruvian Amazon
V.H. Soriano Arambulo, J.N. Pérez Colque, Pluspetrol Peru Corporation S.A; E.D. Ascencios, Pluspetrol Norte S.A; R.M. Ahmed, The University of Oklahoma
Wednesday, 30 September

0830-1155

Assembly Room B

34 Diagnostics and Modeling

Session Chairpersons:

Alfred Daniel Hill, Texas A&M University; Richard Burl Sullivan, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation

The Hydraulic Fracture & Diagnostics Modeling Session is comprised of seven papers that discuss a variety of technologies being applied to better understand the hydraulic fracturing process. Recent advances in fracture height measurement for layered formations by deformation measurement are presented. For fracture injection/falloff testing, a new model to simulate abnormal leak-off behavior is presented. The session also includes an updated analysis that simulates water hammer pressure behavior to infer fracture properties. In a new analysis of microseismicity, empirical ground motion predictions for assessing surface hazards are developed. A case study shows how inter-well interference is diagnosed using oil & water tracers. A novel technique is presented that compares open hole sonic logs to post fracture cased hole sonic logs. Finally, a microseismic analysis is presented on a 10 well pad in the Horn River Basin.

Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0855 174930 icon:PO The Effect of Reservoir Layering on Downhole Microdeformation Hydraulic Fracture Height Measurements
J. Sepehri, K. Agarwal, E.J. Davis, Pinnacle—A Halliburton Service
0855-0920 174906 icon:DC Comprehensive Global Model for Before-Closure Analysis of an Injection Falloff Fracture Calibration Test
G. Liu, Texas A&M University; C. Ehlig-Economides, University of Houston
0920-0945 174866 icon:RDD Analysis of Water Hammer Signatures for Fracture Diagnostics
M.A. Carey, S. Mondal, M.M. Sharma, The University of Texas At Austin
0945-1010 174898 icon:RDD How Big is Too Big? Assessing Seismic Hazard and Hydraulic Fracture-Induced Seismicity
S. Bowman, T.I. Urbancic, Engineering Seismology Group Can; G. Viegas, ESG Solutions; L. Meighan, Engineering Seismology Group Can; E. Von Lunen, Nexen; J. Hendrick, NexenCNOOC Ltd
1040-1105 174844 icon:PO Reducing Costs and Optimizing Drilling and Completion Efficiencies in Unconventional Plays Using Completion Diagnostics
C.W. Senters, ProTechnics Division of Core Laboratories; M.N. Warren, C.L. Squires, ProTechnics Division of Core Laboratories LP; R.A. Woodroof, R.S. Leonard, ProTechnics Division of Core Laboratories
1105-1130 174793 icon:DC Comparison of Open Hole and Cased Hole Dipole Sonic Data in Horizontal Well Completions
C. Smith, A. Bashkirtseva, Halliburton; M. Robinson, J. Atteberry, R. Barber, Devon Energy
1130-1155 174954 icon:RDD Microseismic-Derived Expected Ultimate Fracture Half-Height Above/Below Wellbore in Unconventional Stimulated Reservoir Volume in a Multi-fractured Horizontal 10 Well Pad - Canadian Horn River Basin Case Study
C.J. Virues, J. Budge, Nexen Energy ULC; E. Von Lunen, Nexen
Alternate 174807 icon:PO Digital Rock Technology for Quantitative Prediction of Acid Stimulation Efficiency in Carbonates
D.E. Klemin, A. Nadeev, M. Ziauddin, Schlumberger
Wednesday, 30 September

0830-1155

Room 332A-D

35 Integrated Workflows for Reservoir Characterization and Modelling

Session Chairpersons:

Olatunji Akinwunmi, Total E&P Nigeria Ltd.; Bingjian Li, Schlumberger

Diverse data sources are available nowadays for reservoir characterization and modeling. This session focuses on the advances in reservoir characterization and dynamic modeling using different data sources from geophysics to reservoir engineering.

Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0855 175013 icon:RDD Modeling Method of Point Bar Internal Architecture of Meandering River Reservoir Based on Meander Migration Process Inversion Algorithm and Virtual Geo-surfaces Automatic Fitting Technology
X. Shu, Y. Hu, B. Jin, CNOOC China Limited; R. Dong, The University of Texas at Austin; H. Zhou, J. Wang, CNOOC China Limited
0855-0920 174886 icon:RDD Architecture Characterization of Sandy Braided Fluvial Reservoir_A Case Study of P Offshore Oilfield(Neogene), Bohai Offshore, China
X. Zhongbo, H. Kai, S. Chunsheng, L. Xianbo, H. Bin, K. Kai, Tian-jin Branch of CNOOC Ltd. China; C. Yukun, Xinjiang Oilfield Company; H. Xinrong, CNOOC TIANJIN LTD.; L. Lin, Z. Bowen, Tian-jin Branch of CNOOC Ltd. China; L. JIAQI, CNOOC TIANJIN LTD.; L. Guosong, Tian-jin Branch of CNOOC Ltd. China; Y. Xiaohong, CNOOC TIANJIN LTD.
0920-0945 175100 icon:RDD Map-Based Estimation of Reservoir Pressure and Saturation from 4D Seismic with a Data-Driven Procedure
J. Landa, M. Meadows, C. Thacher, R. Waddle, N. Williams, Chevron USA Inc.
0945-1010 174834 icon:RDD Accounting for Deepwater Reservoir Heterogeneities Through 3D/4D Seismic-Guided Reservoir Model Petrophysical Infilling
S.O. Amoyedo, M. Buraimoh, H. Atoyebi, T. Modiano, A. Atewologun, M. Soudani, Total E & P Nigeria; G. Piquet, A. Vacheyrout, A. Nateganov, Total SA
1040-1105 175062 icon:RDD Innovation and Practice of Reservoir Architecture Detailed Characterization and Remaining Oil Potential Tapping Technology in High Watercut Stage of Large Offshore Fluvial Heavy Oil Field
S. Yanchun, L. Tingli, H. Chunliang, China National Offshore Oil Corporation
1105-1130 175045 icon:RDD Reservoir Modeling of a Structurally Complex Deepwater Field: A Gulf of Mexico Case History
S. Fontana, N.A. Atmajasetiadi, F. Brega, eni S.p.A.; J.A. Villacres Sanchez, K. Aliyev, C. Catalani, Eni Petroleum Co. Inc.
1130-1155 175083 icon:RDD Reducing Uncertainty in Horizontal Well Placement for Improved Field Development
S. Rajput, Baker Hughes; M. Xinjun, Karamay Oil Company; A. Bal, Baker Hughes; K. Rahman, Baker Hughes Ltd; W. Junwen, Karamay Oil Company
Alternate 175071 icon:RDD Challenges in Deepwater Reservoir Characterization: From Well Log Interpretation and Well Testing to 3D Geocellular Modeling
K. Saikia, W. Khan, S. Ramakrishna, Halliburton
Alternate 175082 icon:RDD Dynamic Analysis of Architecture Anatomy and Its Application for the Remaining Oil Forecasting
Q. Bai, T. Xia, P. Meng, J. Wu, M. Zhu, China National Offshore Oil Corporation(CNOOC) China Limited Tianjin Branch
Alternate 175017 icon:RDD Investigation of Geomechanical Response of Fault in Carbonate Reservoir and Its Application to Well Placement Optimization in YM2 Oilfield in Tarim Basin
Z. Cai, H. Zhang, H. Yang, G. Yin, Y. Zhu, P. Chen, X. Han, Research Institute of E&D,Tarim Oilfield Company,PetroChina
Wednesday, 30 September

0830-1155

Room 332B-F

36 Emerging Logging and Formation Evaluation Technology

Session Chairpersons:

Daniel Taylan Georgi, Aramco Service Company; Richard R. Pemper, Weatherford International Inc.

This session includes a broad range of topics on new well logging technologies and well log interpretation methods. Included are applications of resistivity, image, sonic and NMR logs in geological pattern recognition, fracture detection, carbonate rock typing, and pore and fluid flow property quantifications.

Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0855 175111 icon:RDD Fracture Detection Using the Conductivity Triaxiality Index
G. Wang, A. Abubakar, T.D. Barber, S. Alatrach, Schlumberger
0855-0920 175026 icon:RDD A Robust Automatic Dip Picking Technique to Improve Geological Interpretation and Post-Drill Formation Evaluation of Azimuthal Wellbore Image Logs
S. Ye, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company
0920-0945 175066 icon:RDD Pore Connectivity and Permeability Assessment in Carbonate Formations Using NMR Log-Inject-Log Method
K. Cheng, Z. Heidari, Texas A&M University
0945-1010 175064 icon:PO An Investigation on the Impact of Heterogeneity on Fluid Injectivity Loss during Water-Alternating-Gas Injection in Carbonate Formations
M. Saneifar, Z. Heidari, Texas A&M University; M.A. Linroth, Kinder Morgan Inc.
1040-1105 175093 icon:RDD Logging Services: Towards the 3D Measurement of Formation Properties in High-Resolution with a Continuous Depth of Investigation
K. Walker, J. Granville, G. Kainer, Halliburton; A. Cheng, National University of Singapore
1105-1130 175087 icon:RDD Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Investigation of Surface Relaxivity Modification by Paramagnetic Nanoparticles
C. Zhu, H. Daigle, The University of Texas At Austin; S.L. Bryant, University of Calgary
1130-1155 175068 icon:RDD A New Approach for Simultaneous Estimation of Relative Permeability and Capillary Pressure from Coreflood Experiments
A. Jahanbakhsh, M. Sohrabi, Centre for Enhanced Oil Recovery and CO2 Solutions, Institute of Petroleum Engineering, Heriot-Watt
Alternate 175155 icon:DC Pore Size Distribution from Water Adsorption Isotherm
A. Zolfaghari, H. Dehghanpour, University of Alberta
Alternate 175050 icon:RDD Improved NMR Logging Approach to Simultaneously Determine Porosity, T2 and T1
R. Coman, H. Tietjen, H.F. Thern, M. Blanz, Baker Hughes; S. Christensen, Hess
Alternate 175104 icon:RDD A New Salinity-Independent Cased Hole Water Saturation Method Using Pulsed Neutron Oxygen Activation Logging: Physics, Modeling and Interpretation
D. Chace, Baker Hughes; F. Inanc, Baker Hughes Inc; Q. Zhang, S. Gade, Baker Hughes
Wednesday, 30 September

0830-1155

Assembly Room C

37 Fluid Flow Characterization and Reservoir Recovery Mechanisms

Session Chairpersons:

Bo Lu, Noble Energy; Srimoyee Bhattacharya, Shell Oil Company(Petro)

This session focuses on the fundamentals of fluid flow mechanisms, from pore scale to lab scale to field scale, and from single phase to multiphase flow in porous media. It also covers applications and models of various water flooding methods to improve oil recovery.

Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0855 175129 icon:RDD Three-Phase Relative Permeability in Consolidated Media
A. Kianinejad, The University of Texas At Austin; X. Chen, University of Texas At Austin; D.A. DiCarlo, The University of Texas At Austin
0855-0920 175018 icon:RDD Modeling Low Salinity Waterflooding in Mineralogically Different Carbonates
C. Qiao, R.T. Johns, L. Li, J. Xu, Pennsylvania State University
0920-0945 175103 icon:RDD Reservoir Flow Geometry from Primary Production: F-PHI Curves
R.M. Dean, Chevron ETC
0945-1010 175150 icon:RDD Capillary Corrections to Buckley-Leverett Flow
L. Deng, M.J. King, Texas A&M University
1040-1105 174997 icon:RDD Investigation of Gas Transport in Shale Reservoirs Using Multiscale Modeling and Principal Component Analysis
C. Chen, Virginia Tech
1105-1130 175128 icon:RDD Mechanistic Study of the Effect of Gas/Oil IFT on the Performance of Gas, WAG and SWAG Injections in Mixed-Wet Systems
S. Fatemi, M. Sohrabi, Heriot-Watt University
1130-1155 175098 icon:RDD Unified Finite Difference Modeling of Transient Flow in Naturally Fractured Carbonate Karst Reservoirs - A 3D Case Study
J. He, J.E. Killough, Texas A&M University; M.M. Fadlelmula Fadlelseed, M.L. Fraim, Texas A&M University At Qatar
Alternate 175147 icon:RDD An Experimental Study of the Impact of Injection Water Composition on Oil Recovery from Carbonate Rocks
M.J. Al-Shakhs, Stanford Univeristy; A.R. Kovscek, Stanford University
Alternate 175074 icon:RDD Effect of Large Capillary Pressure on Fluid Flow and Transport in Stress-sensitive Tight Oil Reservoirs
Y. Xiong, P.H. Winterfeld, C. Wang, Colorado School of Mines; Z. Huang, Chinese University of Petroleum (East China); Y. Wu, Colorado School of Mines
Wednesday, 30 September

1400-1630

Room 330

38 Field Experience

Session Chairpersons:

David Aron, Petroleum Development Consultants Ltd; Hisham N H Saadawi, Ringstone Petroleum Consultants LLC

This session will include a major consideration of field facilities experience internationally covering Angola, Australia, Colombia, Kuwait and Thailand. An usually wide selection of papers will cover technology such as in-situ combustion, an integrated asset approach and reuse of water from coal seam gas. The session will also cover minimum facility platforms, process simulation for production enhancement and engineering highlights of surface facility engineering.

Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1425 174970 icon:PFC Design and Operation of Production Facilities of the Quifa Field In-situ Combustion Project
H. Prieto, E. Lima, M.R. Gaviria, E. Gil, N.J. Benitez, M.H. Fuenmayor, PACIFIC RUBIALES ENERGY
1425-1450 174747 icon:PFC Key Engineering Highlights of Facilities and Equipment for Oil and Gas Production
B. Mirza, F. Al-Kharqawi, Kuwait Oil Company
1450-1515 174919 icon:PO Dynamic Multiphase Process Simulation as a Powerful Tool to Sustain Production: A Real Case Application
G. Riccio, A. Di Sarra, A. Bianco, F. Dibello, S. Masi, ENI SPA
1515-1540 174740 icon:PFC Minimum Facility Platform for Sub-Commercial Reservoirs in the Gulf of Thailand
C. Buntoengpesuchsakul, P. Phanichtraiphop, T. Sillapacharn, N. Limsanguan, T. Therdwirakran, T. Maneeanekcoon, Y. Pichiansoontorn, W. Suranarongphan, S. Punpruk, P. Hongtong, R. Lertwanichwatana, S. Danpanich, V. Thuampoomngam, W. Kunnathep, W. Sumritwatchasai, P. Sisit, C. Kokanutranont, S. Umpuch, PTT E&P PLC
1540-1605 174899 icon:MI Assessing Field Development Plan for Green Fields Using an Integrated Asset Approach, an Angolan Case Study
J.A. Rojas Mora, S.H. Khor, D. Mason, M.L. Nistor, T. Willans, Schlumberger
1605-1630 174991 icon:PFC Australia's First Build Own Operate CSG Produced Water Treatment and Beneficial Reuse Project
H.T. Le, S. Chalmers, Osmoflo Pty Ltd
Alternate 174935 icon:PO Offshore Membrane Deaeration as a Replacement for Vacuum Tower Deaeration - A Comparative Study
S. Van Pelt, H. Churman, Water Standard
Alternate 174763 icon:PFC Novel Use of Electro Coalescence to Enhance, Optimize and Debottleneck Oil Separation Trains
M. Amarzguioui, P.C. Jacobsen, Wartsila Oil & Gas Systems AS
Alternate 174729 icon:PFC Material Supply Challenges in the Offshore Project Environment
B.K. Kendig, SBM Offshore N.V.
Wednesday, 30 September

1400-1630

Room 340

39 Integrated Asset Models and New Novel Computational Multiphase Flow Techniques

Session Chairpersons:

Ding Zhu, Texas A&M University; Randahl Dean Roadifer, ConocoPhilips Co

This advanced technical session is broken up into two parts. First half topics include integrated asset modelling for production assurance, integrated production optimization utilizing biogenic algorithms, and a combination of geo-mechanical modelling with nodal analysis and reservoir simulation for reservoir management to determine maximum drawdown to minimize sanding. Second half topics include utilization of a combination fuzzy logic and mechanistic modelling for flow regime determination, computational fluid dynamics simulation to model various flow regimes, and the use of both pressure and temperature to quantify flow contribution from different zones.

Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1425 174795 icon:RDD Forecasting Production Performance in Reservoir-Network Coupled Systems with Asphaltene Modeling
E. Valbuena, M.A. Barrufet, Texas A&M University; J.E. Killough, Texas A & M University
1425-1450 174915 icon:PO Short-term Production Operation Management: Continuous Application Of An Innovative Integrated Production Optimization Tool
S. Scaramellini, P. Cerri, A. Bianco, S. Masi, Eni
1450-1515 174843 icon:PO Model-Based Production Optimization of the Rubiales Field, Colombia
M.E. Stanko, Norwegian University of Science and Technology; M. Asuaje, Pacific Rubiales Energy/USB; C. Diaz, M. Guilmain, Pacific Rubiales Energy; M.A. Borregales, D.C. Gonzalez, Universidad Simon Bolivar; M. Golan, MEGO A/S & Norwegian University of Science & Technology
1515-1540 174812 icon:RDD Fuzzynistic Models for Multiphase Flow Pattern Identification
F. Popa, S. Dursun, B. Houchens, Halliburton
1540-1605 174964 icon:PO CFD Simulation of Turbulent Flow Structure in Stratified Gas/Liquid Flow and Validation with Experimental Data
R. Dabirian, University of Tulsa; A. Mansouri, The University of Tulsa; R.S. Mohan, O. Shoham, University of Tulsa; G.E. Kouba, Chevron ETC
1605-1630 174977 icon:PO Quantifying Flow Rates from Temperature and Pressure Measurements in Deepwater Wells
A. Venkatraman, Shell Exploration and Production Company; A.R. Hasan, R. Soheil, Texas A&M University; S. Patni, Shell; H. Elshahawi, Shell Exploration and Production Company; M.H. Yousif, Shell Exploration & Production Co; F. Abbasi, Shell E&P Company
Alternate 174749 icon:RDD Formulation of a Transient Multi-Phase Thermal Compositional Wellbore Model and its Coupling with a Thermal Compositional Reservoir Simulator
F. Forouzanfar, University of Tulsa; A.P. Pires, Norte Fluminense State Universidade; A.C. Reynolds, University of Tulsa
Alternate 174960 icon:PO Sand Transport in Stratified Flow in a Horizontal Pipeline
R. Dabirian, R.S. Mohan, O. Shoham, University of Tulsa; G.E. Kouba, Chevron ETC
Wednesday, 30 September

1400-1630

Room 342A-D

40 Well Operations Case Studies: Monitoring, Intervention and Artificial Lift

Session Chairpersons:

Javier Sanchez Reyes, Schlumberger; Amir Mahmoudkhani, Clariant Oil Services Ltd

Case studies are presented from well operations that focus on well monitoring and logging, well interventions and artificial lift. A variety of methods and experiences will be presented representing state of the art technologies.

Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1425 174777 icon:PO Behind Pipe Log Evaluation Study: Deepwater Subsea Abandonments in the Gulf of Mexico
G.G. Donovan, Shell Exploration & Production Co; P.F. Fadesere, Shell Oil Co.; G. Ware, L.J. Daigle, Shell; F. Suparman, Halliburton; G.J. Frisch, P.E. Fox, Halliburton Energy Services Grp; M. Englar, Halliburton Energy Services (Houston); G.L. Moake, Halliburton Energy Services Group; W. Guo, Halliburton
1425-1450 174980 icon:DC Novel Uses of Multifinger Calipers Utilizing 3D Visualization: Case Studies From the North Slope of Alaska
J. Burton, PDS, Inc; J. Julian, BP Exploration
1450-1515 174850 icon:PO Novel 2 1/8-in. Real-Time Downhole Data Monitoring System for Coiled Tubing Operations
S. Livescu, D.A. Blanco, L. Vacik, K. Kubicki, Baker Hughes
1515-1540 174941 icon:RDD Effect Of OBM Contamination On PVT Properties And Its Impact On Field Development
S. Sharma, M. Eissa, A. Agarwal, V.P. Deshpande, S.S. Batshas, Schlumberger
1540-1605 174884 icon:PO Successful Squeezing Operation of Magnesium Based Ultrafine Cement Through Wire Wrapped Screen With Mesh Size of 20/40
N. Karim, Baker Hughes (M) Sdn Bhd; L. Maluan, Petronas Carigali SDN BHD; T. Ellis, Baker Hughes
1605-1630 174897 icon:PO Testing a Heavy Oil Wells in Ultra Deep Waters: Challenges Overcome by the State of Art Technology in Atlanta Project, Santos Basin, Brazil
C.A. Pedroso, Queiroz Galvao Exploration & Production SA; G.G. Monteiro, M.D. Marsili, QGEP; F. Liborio, Queiroz Galvao Exploration & Production SA; R.F. Pessoa, Baker Hughes Centrilift; M. Farias, Expro
Alternate 174737 icon:DC Unlocking Heavy Oil Potential from Shallow Reservoirs: Successful Cold Flow Testing of Heavy Oil Exploration Wells with PCP Artificial Lift System.
A.R. Al-Ibrahim, H. Al-Bader, A.R. Al-Nabhan, P. Subban, V. Duggirala, M. Ayyavoo, Kuwait Oil Company; A. Ibrahim, KOC
Wednesday, 30 September

1400-1630

Room 342B-F

41 Unconventional Reservoir Completions

Session Chairpersons:

Arthur Steven Metcalf, Consultant; Junichi Sugiura, Consultant

This session presents a variety of unconventional completion techniques. Topics include optimal zonal identification and operational strategies.

Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1425 174839 icon:DC Engineered Shale Completions Based on Common Drilling Data
W.D. Logan, C&J Energy Services Inc
1425-1450 174771 icon:DC Tractor-Conveyed Magnetic Fishing in an Extended-Reach Lateral Completion
C. McMullen, W. Hathaway, Shell Exploration & Production Company
1450-1515 174757 icon:RDD Optimized Fracture Stage and Perforation Placement in Horizontal Wells using a New Calibrated Pulsed-Neutron Log Workflow
J. Dahl, J.E. Samaripa, Devon Energy; J. Spaid, Devon Energy Corporation; E.D. Hutto, Halliburton Energy Services Grp; D. Buller, Halliburton; B.J. Johnson, Halliburton Energy Services Grp; C. Mcilroy, Halliburton
1515-1540 174851 icon:RDD Targeted Perforating in the Granite Wash Based on Traced Cement Spacer Leakoff
E. Crawford, Saudi Aramco; T. Hodgson, FourPoint Energy; C.W. Senters, R.A. Woodroof, ProTechnics Division of Core Laboratories; S. Knowles, EnerVest Operating
1540-1605 174822 icon:PO Emerging Hydraulic Fracturing Execution Technologies in Unconventional Gas and Tight Oil
E.R. Fonseca, Shell International Exploration and Production, Inc.; Y. Liu, B. Mowad, J. Gujral, Shell Oil Co.
1605-1630 174863 icon:PO Is Pumping Large Volume Sand Frac Treatments Sustainable?
R.F. Shelley, K. Shah, N. Guliyev, A. Mohammadnejad, StrataGen; S. Sheludko, StrataGen Engineering
Alternate 174921 icon:DC Effects of Downhole Parameters on Horizontal Milling Applications
J.M. MacZura, Cabot Oil & Gas Corp.; M. Miller, N. Scuadroni, D. Daley, Schlumberger Technology Corp.
Alternate 174994 icon:RDD Liquids Rich Organic Shale Recovery Factor Applications
R.E. Barba, Integrated Energy Services Inc
Alternate 174816 icon:DC Sand, Resin-Coated Sand or Ceramic Proppant? The Effect of Different Proppants on the Long-Term Production of Bakken Shale Wells
K. Hu, Rainbow Ceramics; A. Schmidt, Encana; J.L. Barhaug, WPX Energy Co; J. Wong, J. Tian, Rainbow Ceramics; B.E. Hall, Energy and Environmental Services
Wednesday, 30 September

1400-1630

Assembly Room A

42 Drilling Mechanics

Session Chairpersons:

Joachim Oppelt, Baker Hughes; Xianping Wu, Shell E&P Laboratories

A practical session about the mechanics in the drilling process. It is very well known in general, that besides some other parameters the actual mechanics, including especially the dynamics, have major control over the quality of the borehole to be drilled and the integrity of the drilling BHA. This session of 6 selected oral papers provides new insights on the theoretical side in terms of modeling and simulation as well as the measurement of drilling mechanics. Last not least practical drilling field results are also reported from the perspective of dynamics. Complementing the oral presentations are excellent posters that are all dealing basically with the mechanical drilling efficiency.

Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1425 174797 icon:DC Vibration Modeling and Analysis under Backreaming Condition
R. Samuel, Halliburton; A. Mirani, University of Houston
1425-1450 174874 icon:DC A Framework for Transparency in Drilling Mechanics and Dynamics Measurements
J.D. Macpherson, Baker Hughes; P.E. Pastusek, ExxonMobil Development Co.; M. Behounek, Apache Corp.; R.J. Harmer, Schlumberger
1450-1515 174992 icon:DC Dual Reaming Reduces Vibration in Deepwater Well
A. Goodwin, C.P. Salminen, Weatherford International Ltd.; E. Valverde, Weatherford
1515-1540 174798 icon:DC Analytical Model to Estimate the Directional Tendency of Point and Push-the-Bit BHAs
Y. Zhang, R. Samuel, Halliburton
1540-1605 174949 icon:DC The Effect of Bit Type on Reactive Torque and Consequent Toolface Control Anomalies
L.W. Ledgerwood, R.W. Spencer, O. Matthews, J.A. Bomidi, Baker Hughes; J.M. Hanson, Hanson and Associates
1605-1630 174838 icon:DC Solving Pre-Salt Underream While Drilling Challenge: Dynamic Simulations Optimize BHA/Cutter Block Configuration Offshore Brazil
M.A. Breton Diaz, M. Barreto, F. Hosein, D.A. Palomino Rojas, J.R. Mayol, M. Stewart, Schlumberger
Alternate 174785 icon:DC Effective Force: Fiction or Reality?
A.I. Nergaard, University of Stavanger
Alternate 174853 icon:DC How Far Can We Push the Boundary of Horizontal Drilling? A Rivalry Between Wellbore Friction and Drillpipe Buoyant Weight and Stiffness
M. Mehrabi, S.Z. Miska, University of Tulsa
Wednesday, 30 September

1400-1630

Assembly Room B

43 Fluid Phase Behavior/PVT and Applications

Session Chairpersons:

Birol Dindoruk, Shell International E&P Co.; Orkhan Samandarli, Pioneer Natural Resources

This session will present several novel fluid properties related applications, research and development work. The presentations discuss interaction of phase behavior and flow, transport properties with various solvents and as well as and quantification of diffusive processes in HPHT conditions. The session also addresses computational side of PVT for various applications including modeling aspects in tight/nanoporous systems.

Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1425 175011 icon:RDD Experimental Study of Composition Variation during Flow of Gas-Condensate
H.X. Vo, R.N. Horne, Stanford University
1425-1450 175145 icon:RDD Treatment of Condensate and Water Blocks in Hydraulic Fractured Shale Gas-Condensate Reservoirs
R. Ganjdanesh, M. Rezaveisi, G.A. Pope, K. Sepehrnoori, The University of Texas At Austin
1450-1515 175095 icon:RDD Experimental Study of Confinement Effect on Hydrocarbon Phase Behavior in Nano-Scale Porous Media Using Differential Scanning Calorimetry
S. Luo, J.L. Lutkenhaus, H. Nasrabadi, Texas A&M University
1515-1540 175110 icon:RDD Phase Envelope Calculations for Reservoir Fluids in the Presence of Capillary Pressure
D. Sandoval Lemus, DTU Kemi; W. Yan, M.L. Michelsen, E.H. Stenby, Technical University of Denmark
1540-1605 175051 icon:RDD Modelling of Transport Properties Using the SAFT-VR Mie Equation of State.
A. Gonzalez Perez, Heriot-Watt University; L.M. Pereira, Heriot Watt University; P. Paricaud, ENSTA-ParisTech; C. Coquelet, Mines-ParisTech; A. Chapoy, Heriot-Watt University
1605-1630 175123 icon:RDD A New Algorithm for Multiphase Fluid Characterization for Solvent Injection
A. Kumar, R. Okuno, University of Alberta
Alternate 175060 icon:RDD Successive Substitution Augmented for Global Minimization of the Gibbs Free Energy
S. Eghbali, R. Okuno, University of Alberta
Wednesday, 30 September

1400-1630

Room 332A-D

44 Reservoir Surveillance

Session Chairpersons:

Annie Audibert-Hayet, Total S.A.; Vural Sander Suicmez, Maersk Oil & Gas A/S

The session includes papers, presenting new methods or technologies for reservoir performance optimization. Papers address the case of unconventional reservoirs, monitoring of CO2 EOR/sequestration project, as well as evolution of methods for history matching.

Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1425 175142 icon:RDD Using Embedded Discrete Fracture Model (EDFM) and Microseismic Monitoring Data to Characterize the Complex Hydraulic Fracture Networks
M. Shakiba, K. Sepehrnoori, The University of Texas At Austin
1425-1450 175139 icon:RDD Addressing Forecasting Non-Uniqueness and Uncertainty in Unconventional Reservoir Systems Using Experimental Design
P.W. Collins, DeGolyer and MacNaughton; M. Fernandez Badessich, YPF; D. Ilk, DeGolyer and MacNaughton
1450-1515 175049 icon:RDD A New Perspective on Applying a Conformance Lookback Analysis for the Central Permian Basin Fields
C.C. Hinds, Chevron Corporation; M. Sayarpour, A. Hameed, Chevron
1515-1540 175046 icon:RDD Value of Information of Frequent Time-Lapse Seismic for Thermal EOR Monitoring at Peace River
J.K. Przybysz-Jarnut, C. Didraga, J.H. Potters, Shell Global Solutions International B.V.; J.L. Lopez, J.R. La Follett, P.B. Wills, S.K. Bakku, Y. Xue, T.B. Barker, Shell International Exploration & Production Inc.; D.R. Brouwer, Shell Canada Limited
1540-1605 175144 icon:RDD A Multi-Objective Markov Chain Monte Carlo Approach for History Matching and Uncertainty Quantification
F. Olalotiti-Lawal, A. Datta-gupta, Texas A&M University
1605-1630 175047 icon:DC A Novel Solution for Performing Real-Time Fiber Optic Temperature Measurements
A. Barry, D. Broaddus, J. Ivasauskas, W. Johnston, Baker Hughes Solutions
Wednesday, 30 September

1400-1630

Room 332B-F

45 New Trends in Formation Evaluation

Session Chairpersons:

Jeff Thomas Hawkins, Nexen Petroleum USA Inc; Mark A. Proett, ARAMCO Services Company

This session presents new and calibrated methods for formation evaluation and reservoir description in conventional and non-conventional reservoirs.  Topics range from NMR measurements, to saturation modelling,  to formation testers  and permeability estimation with calibration to other data sources.

Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1425 175146 icon:RDD Rock Typing of Tight Gas Sands: A Case Study in Lance and Mesaverde Formations from Jonah Field
E. Aliyev, M. Saidian, M. Prasad, Colorado School of Mines
1425-1450 175053 icon:RDD Reconciling Log-Derived Water Saturation and Saturation-Height Function Results through Resistivity Modeling, Core-Log Integration and Image Log Data: A Case Study from Deepwater Gulf of Mexico
L.J. Miranda, M. Rabinovich, J.G. Hamman, M. Moussavi, BP America Inc
1450-1515 175120 icon:RDD New Methods For Interpretation Of NMR Measurements Acquired In Spatially Heterogeneous Rocks
D. Medellin, V.R. Ravi, C. Torres-Verdin, The University of Texas at Austin
1515-1540 175014 icon:RDD New Rock-Typing Index Based on Hydraulic and Electric Tortuosity Data for Multi-Scale Dynamic Characterization of Complex Carbonate Reservoirs
F.C. Ferreira, R. Booth, R. Oliveira, G.F. Carneiro, N. Bize-Forest, H. Wahanik, Schlumberger
1540-1605 175048 icon:DC Computation of Apparent Formation Dip From Single Azimuth Sensor Data Having Different Depths of Investigation
E.J. Stockhausen, Chevron ETC; J.C. Rasmus, S. Bammi, Schlumberger
1605-1630 175116 icon:RDD Effective Method for Monitoring Oil Based Mud Contamination in Wireline Formation Testers Sampling
W.F. Pineda, BP America Inc; F. Gozalpour, SPE; M. Haghshenas, BP America Inc
Wednesday, 30 September

1400-1630

Assembly Room C

46 Heavy Oil Recovery Processes

Session Chairpersons:

Kenneth R. Kibodeaux, Shell Intl E&P, Inc.; Omer Izgec, Chevron ETC

This session focuses on enhanced recovery processes for heavy oil reservoirs, including steam injection, CO2 injection, and in-situ combustion.

Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1425 175036 icon:RDD SAGD Performance with Temperature Dependent Properties - An Analytical Approach
M. Heidari, Computer Modelling Group Ltd.; S. Hejazi, S.S. Farouq Ali, University of Calgary
1425-1450 175022 icon:RDD Compositional Variation in SAGD
M. Ghasemi, Norwegian University of Science & Technology; C.H. Whitson, Petroleum Engineering Reservoir Analysts
1450-1515 175140 icon:RDD Enhanced Heavy Oil Recovery by Intermittent CO2 Injection
S. Seyyedsar, S. Farzaneh, M. Sohrabi, Centre for Enhanced Oil Recovery and CO2 Solutions, Institute of Petroleum Engineering, Heriot-Watt
1515-1540 175086 icon:RDD Description of Insitu Oil Upgrading Mechanism for Insitu Combustion Based on a Reductionist Chemical Model
B. Hascakir, Texas A&M University
1540-1605 175141 icon:RDD Assessing the Consistency of Measurements and Models for the Kinetics of In Situ Combustion
M. Cinar, Istanbul Teknik Universitesi; A.R. Kovscek, Stanford University
1605-1630 175063 icon:RDD A New Analysis on the Convective Heat Transfer at the Edge of the SAGD Chamber
Q. Li, Z. Chen, University of Calgary
Alternate 175127 icon:RDD Forecasting Of Steamflood Performance In A Heavy Oil Field
E. Rubin, O. Izgec, Chevron ETC