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Technical Program - Tuesday

Tuesday, 30 October

Wednesday, 31 October

Thursday, 1 November

Knowledge Sharing ePosters

SHALE HETEROGENEITY AND THE QUEST FOR FUNCTIONAL RESERVOIR CHARACTERISATION METHODOLOGIES

Session Chairperson: Steve Larter, University of Calgary; Ray Mireault, Fekete Associates;
Andrew Vogan, ConocoPhillips Canada

Shales are a very heterogeneous lithology group and current methods of reservoir characterisation, usually derived from traditional conventional reservoir practices, are often ineffective. This session looks at some attempts to improve on this situation.

1330

162704

Utilization of Anisotropic Velocity Models in Surface Microseismic Monitoring To Improve Hydraulic Fracturing Event Location Accuracy in Shale Plays • C.W. Neuhaus, C. Remington, W. Barker, MicroSeismic, K. Blair, Gastar Exploration

1400

162235

Shale Permeability Measurements on Plugs and Crushed Samples
• A. Tinni, E. Fathi, C. Sondergeld, I. Akkutlu, C.S. Rai, R. Agarwal University of Oklahoma

1430

161578

2D-NMR Applications in Unconventional Reservoirs • S.F. Crary, S.J. Jacobsen, Schlumberger; C. Minh; C. Liu, S. Jones, Chevron

1530

162816

Understanding Permeability Measurements in Tight Shales Promotes Enhanced Determination of Reservoir Quality • R. Suarez Rivera, M. Chertov, D.M. Willberg, Schlumberger; S.J. Green, J. Keller, TerraTek, a Schlumberger Company

1600

154977

Shale Gas Correction to Klinkenberg Slip Theory • E. Fathi, A. Tinni, I. Akkutlu, University of Oklahoma MPGE

1630

162772

The Use of Electromagnetic Mixing Rules for Petrophysical Evaluation of Dual and Triple Porosity Reservoirs •  B.K. Olusola, Y. Guang, R. Aguilera, University of Calgary

TIGHT OIL I – CARDIUM CASE STUDIES & EOR

Session Chairperson: Trevor Meador, Pure Energy Services; Michael Morgan, GLJ Petroleum Consultants

This session will include cardium case studies, enhanced oil recovery methods for tight oil, and hydraulic fracturing optimization.

1330

161885

Application of Modern Horizontal Well Technologies to EOR Production Systems • A.A. Daneshy, Daneshy Consultants; M. Ardali, Texas A&M University; N.G. Ibragimov, TATNEFT; R.R. Ibatullin, TatNIPIneft; R.K. Mitchell, Devon Energy Corporation

1400

162837

Quantification of cm Scale Heterogeneities in Tight Oil Intervals of the Cardium Formation at Pembina, WCSB, Alberta, Canada • N.A. Solano, F. Krause, C.R. Clarkson, University of Calgary

1430

161177

Analysis of Flow and the Presence of Fractures and Hot Streaks in Waterflood Field Cases •  R.O. Baker, Epic Consulting Services; T. Stephenson, C. Lok, P. Radovic, R. Jobling, C. McBurney, Gaffney Cline and Associates

1530

160002

Integration of Microseismic Data, Fracture, and Reservoir Simulation into the Development of Fractured Horizontal Wells in the Cardium Formation: A Tight Oil Case Study •  D.J. Quirk, A. Ziarani, S. Chen, Trican Well Service; S.T. Mills, K. Wagner, Nuvista Energy

1600

162863

Reinjecting Produced Water into Tight Oil Reservoirs •  C. Yong; J. Xiao, M.K. Bridle, E. Klotz, Andmir Environmental Group

1630

163074

Evaluating First Eagle Ford Shale Gas Well -- A Case History From Northern Mexico • O. Araujo, Halliburton; E. Lopez Bonetti, Halliburton; J.R. Sierra, Halliburton

HYDRAULIC FRACTURING I

Session Chairpersons: Kamel Bennaceur, Schlumberger; Murray Reynolds, Ferus; Dennis Hahn, Talisman Energy Inc.

This session has two areas of focus. The first is new and innovative technologies for more efficient placement of the hydraulic fracture treatment Then, attendees will discuss the use of early frac fluid flowback information to obtain valuable information about the reservoir and the effectiveness of the fracture treatment.

1330

162792

Factors That Impact the Performance of Resin Coated Proppant in Low Temperature Reservoirs  •  L.H. Burke, D. Roney, Lone Pine Resources; T. Elgar, Calfrac Well Services; A.N. Hersey, Momentive

1400

162657

Sleeve Activation in Open hole Fracturing Systems: A Ball Selection Study •  I. Aviles, J.D. Baihly, J. Johnson, G. Melenyzer, Schlumberger

1430

162827

New Multistage Fracturing Process Offers Real-Time Control of Rate and Proppant Concentration at the Perforations •  F. Mcneil, W. Harbolt, Halliburton

1530

162593

Modelling Two-Phase Flowback of Multifractured Horizontal Wells Completed in Shale    •  C.R. Clarkson, University of Calgary

1600

162661

Flowback Analysis for Fracture Characterization •  H. Dehghanpour, University of Texas at Austin; M. Abbasi, University of Alberta Library; R.V. Hawkes, Pure Energy Services

1630

162542

Study of 2 D and 3 D Hydraulic Fractures with Non uniform Conductivity and Geometry Using Source and Sink Function • L. Xiao, G. Zhao, University of Regina Shale •  C.R. Clarkson, University of Calgary

ePosters

 

161645

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