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Knowledge Sharing ePosters

Tuesday, 30 October

Wednesday, 31 October

Thursday, 1 November

Knowledge Sharing ePosters

The Knowledge Sharing ePosters are located outside of the Macleod Halls in the South building of the Calgary TELUS Convention Centre. An ePoster is an electronic version of a traditional poster presented on a flat screen monitor. It offers the added benefit of animation, audio, and video and enhances the visual experience to provide greater interactivity between the attendee and the poster author.

Tuesday, 30 October, 1500

ePosters

Station 1

161645

NPV-Based Design for Coal Seam Reservoirs  •  R.H. Jukes, CJ. Mcintosh, G. J. Amorer, Santos; M. J. Economides, University of Houston

Wednesday, 31 October, 1000

ePosters

Station 1

162839

The Effect of Hole Angle and Cementing Complications on HPHT Well Integrity  •  Z. Yuan, J.J. Schubert, Texas A&M University; C. Teodoriu, Technology University Clausthal

Station 2

162180

A Novel Potassium Silicate for Use in Drilling Fluids Targeting Unconventional Gas  •  M.J. McDonald, National Silicates

Station 3

162631

Combining Stretched Exponential and Super Hyperbolic Equations  •  R. Freeborn, B. Russell, Energy Navigator

1015

Station 1

162516

Analytical Model for History Matching and Forecasting Production in Multifrac Composite Systems  •  E. Stalgorova, L. Mattar, Fekete Associates

1500

Station 1

162125

High Resolution Magnetotellurics for Petroleum Exploration and Development Applied on the Unconventional Eagle Ford Shale Play, North of Mexico  • D. Woods, Digital Magnetotelluric Technologies; A. Lopez Manriquez, SPE, Delgac, LLC, Petroleum Engineering Consultants; R. Mecionis, Digital Magnetotelluric Technologies

Station 2

162658

Streamlined Completions Process: An Eagle Ford Case History  •  A.L. Arguijo, Cabot Oil & Gas, L.S. Morford, Triton Engineering Service; J.D. Baihly, I. Aviles, Schlumberger

1515

Station 1

162663

Simultaneous Estimation of Relative Permeability and Capillary Pressure for Tight Formations From Displacement Experiments  •  D. Yang, Y. Zhang, C. Song, University of Regina

Station 2

161143

Impact of Porous Media on Saturation Pressures of Gas and Oil in Tight Reservoirs    J. Pang, J.Y. Zuo, D. Zhang, Schlumberger; L. Du, Hess Corporation

Thursday, 1 November, 1000

ePosters

Station 1

162186

Hydraulic Fracture Design and Its Effects on Oil Recovery From Bakken Formation    X. Wang, University of Regina; P. Luo, Saskatchewan Research Council

Station 2

162237

Improving Gas Production and Reducing Fracture Face Damage using a Microemulsion Surfactant. Field Trail in Burgos Basin Mexico  •  E. Lopez‑Bonetti,  L.J. Rodriguez, Halliburton; L. Bailon, Pemex

1500

Station 1

162549

Optimization of CO2 Flooding Schemes for Unlocking Resources From Tight Oil Formations  •  D. Yang, C. Song, University of Regina

1515

Station 1

162709

A New Foam Rheology Model for Shale‑Gas Foam Fracturing Applications  •  S.I. Kam, A. Edrisi, Louisiana State University

Station 2

162238

Acidizing ‑ New Opportunities ‑ Lessons From The Past  •  R.S. Taylor, G. Fyten, F. Mcneil, Halliburton Energy Services