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Low-Energy Processes for Unconventional Oil Recovery addresses reservoir engineering, low-energy recovery processes, and resource access challenges for abundant unconventional oil. This includes bitumen, shale, heavy, and viscous oil.
As an industry, we look for low carbon intensity recovery techniques (or low energy processes), with small environmental footprints that yield acceptable recovery factors. This monograph works through the easier to implement options such as heavy-oil solution gas drive, mobility control, and solvents to the more difficult to design and engineer processes, such as in-situ combustion.
It builds on existing heavy-oil recovery literature, offering a short review of classical thermal recovery methods and relevant theories. It also emphasizes the application of new technologies for frequently occurring challenges when seeking environmentally friendly processes.
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Data-Driven Reservoir Modeling introduces new technology and intelligent systems for applying data analytics to solve real-world reservoir engineering problems.
The book describes how to use machine-learning-based algorithmic protocols to reduce large quantities of data down to actionable, tractable quantities. Through data manipulation via artificial intelligence, the reader learns how to exploit imprecision and uncertainty to achieve robust, low-cost, and effective solutions.
Sophie Theys will present the application of circular economy concepts to decommissioning and propose ways of integrating such circular concepts at the earliest stage of building oil and gas assets.
Originally aimed at Young Petroleum Professionals, the concepts have been expanded to help all professionals see the industry as a business. As well as uncovering technical findings from failures, we can also find out a great deal about the industry that will help working in it become more rewarding and exciting!
This webinar reviews the PRMS major principles and guidelines. PRMS is now accepted internationally as the primary reference by petroleum producers, stock market regulators, financial analysts, government agencies and industry consultants.
The presentation first discusses the varied landscape of source use by the industry and associated risks. It then describes the mitigation steps underway, especially their complex nexus, associated challenges and cross-disciplinary impacts to pose the question: Would these steps suffice or must source-use be abandoned? The talk explores why and how the industry can partner with various stakeholders in the mitigation efforts to address this multilayered challenge.
This new webinar series provides you with career tools to get noticed and rise above the rest.
Este seminario virtual trata de como alinear a todos los empleados con su pasión en el trabajo, para se convierta en implicación total en sus actividades; desarrolle al máximo su creatividad; impacte en los niveles de innovación de la empresa y mejore las relaciones con los clientes internos y externos.
This new webinar series provides comprehensive information about the Digital Oilfield (DO), from its history to current applications.
This course goes far beyond learning to create inspiring speeches. It will give participants the tools to create a powerful presence so that they can have more influence on their projects and work environments.
Understanding the principles behind risk communication will enable a company to gain public trust and credibility while effectively communicating with the audience. We will provide the tools for effective risk communication. This webinar is geared towards professionals that may need to discuss technical matters in a highly stressful or emotionally charged situation.
This webinar, based on an SPE paper discusses the potential reasons for these inefficient completions, candidate selection for refracturing, and the impacts of offset depletion/infill wells on refracturing.
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