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El comité técnico del programa de LACPEC lo invita a presentar sus artículos técnicos  y contribuir a este evento técnico tan importante para la región de Latin America y el Caribe.

La fecha límite fue extendida hasta el 16 de abril del 2015.

Información para enviar sus artículos técnicos

Revise la guía de la SPE para escribir tu artículo técnico y como presentarlo. Los artículos técnicos deben ser enviados en Inglés.

Límite de Palabras para los Artículos Técnicos: Mínimo de 225 palabras, máximo de 425 palabras.
Idioma Oficial: Inglés

Guía General

  • Obtenga los permisos generales de su supervisor y empiece a prepararse.
  • Los autores a los que la propuesta de resumen sea aceptada, deberán preparar un manuscrito que será incluido en las memorias de la conferencia.
  • Los autores que no entreguen el manuscrito y las formas de publicación asociadas el día que se fija, serán retirados del programa y podrán presentar en otro evento de la SPE.
  • Si se acepta su propuesta de su artículos técnico será publicada tal como fue entregada y aparecerá en las publicaciones de la conferencia y la página web de SPE. 

Importante: El acuerdo de presentar un artículo técnico en esta conferencia de la SPE obliga a la participación en el evento.

Acerca de Comercialización: SPE tiene una política clara acerca del uso de nombres comerciales, logos de las compañías, o texto que es comercial en tono en el título del resumen o las diapositivas de la presentación. El uso de estos términos puede resultar en revisión detallada por parte del comité del programa al evaluar la propuesta de resúmenes y la presencia de comercialización en el manuscrito implica la eliminación del mismo en el programa

Información Importante 

Prepárese para la Conferencia: Una guía de SPE para escribir y entregar sus artículos técnicos.  

Para más información: Contacte lac@spe.org o +1.972.952.9393

Los temas en las siguientes áreas y relacionados serán considerados:

 

Integration of Geoscience Technologies

  • Lithofacies, Diagenesis, and Reservoir Quality
  • Petrophysical Input to Geologic Modeling
  • Integration of Rock Typing and Reservoir Properties
  • Application of Field Work
  • Case Histories

Reservoir Characterization/Reservoir Description

  • Reservoir Surveillance
  • Rock and Fluid Characterization
  • Integration of Seismic and Petrophysical Data
  • Upscaling/Downscaling from Pore to Seismic/Simulation Scales
  • Advances in Simulation, Modeling, and History Matching
  • Quantifying Uncertainty in Reservoir Models
  • Evaluation of Bypassed Oil
  • Waterflood Design
  • Reservoir Characterization for Model Construction

Reservoir Management and Testing

  • Pressure Transient Testing in Dry, Wet, and Gas-Condensate Reservoirs
  • Evaluation of Reserves
  • Cost Saving Approaches for Reservoir Testing
  • Reservoir Limits Testing/Analysis
  • Surveillance and Monitoring (Tracers, Geochemical, etc.)
  • Depletion Management
  • Sampling Analysis (PVT, Core Studies, etc.)
  • Well Testing and Production Logging

Reservoir Planning

  • Economic Evaluation
  • Performance Forecasting
  • Integrated Asset Management
  • Reserves and Resource Evaluation
  • G&G Considerations
  • Improved Long Term Recovery
  • Reservoir Appraisal

Deepwater Developments

  • Advances in Deepwater Production Equipment
  • New Technologies for Deepwater Exploration and Production
  • Multiphase Flow in Deepwater Developments
  • Subsea Processing in Deepwater Developments
  • Geohazards in Deepwater Developments
  • Wet and Dry Completion Systems

Well Construction and Well Stimulation

  • New Developments in Drilling/Extended-Reach Drilling
  • Managed Pressure Drilling and Underbalanced Drilling
  • New Developments in Well Completions (including Intelligent Well Completions, Inflow Control Devices
  • and Swellable Packers Technology)
  • Geomechanical Challenges in Drilling and Well Completions
  • Best Practices/Lessons Learned in Drilling and Well Completions
  • Multi-stage Fractured Horizontal Wells
  • Sour/Corrosive Environments
  • Fit-for-Purpose Completions for Sand Control
  • New and Existing Technologies in Sand Control

Digital Oilfield

  • Data Acquisition, Control, and Monitoring Systems
  • Measurements Relevant to Smart Fields
  • Data versus Information
  • Robotic Data Analysis
  • Development and Deployment of Data-Driven Models
  • Automation and Expert Systems
  • Management-by-Exception (Controlling or Exceptional Factors in a System)
  • Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for Production Management
  • Quantifying the Value of the "Digital Oilfield"
  • New advances in Real-time Optimization and Monitoring
  • Inverse Modeling, History Matching or Uncertainty Quantification

Emerging and New Technologies

  • Non-Fossil Energy Resources
  • Ultra-Deep Drilling (HP/HT)
  • Carbon Capture and Sequestration for EOR/IOR
  • Application of Advanced 3D Seismic Technologies
  • Application of Nanotechnologies in Exploration and Production
  • Artificial Intelligence Applications
  • Smart Fluids Systems
  • Advances in Facilities Separation Technologies

EOR/IOR/Mature Fields

  • Development and Operational Strategies for Mature fields
  • Recovery Methods for Mature Fields
  • Key Technologies for Mature Fields
  • Seismic Applications for Mature Fields
  • Horizontal/Multilateral Well Applications for Mature Fields
  • Reservoir Management for Mature Fields
  • Low Salinity Waterflooding
  • Water Conformance Technologies
  • EOR/IOR Case Histories in Mature Fields
  • EOR/IOR Economics

Flow Assurance/Production Chemistry

  • Ultra-Deep Production
  • Well Integrity
  • Safety and Environment Challenges
  • Hydrate Control
  • Advances in Asphaltene Control
  • Corrosion Prevention and Risk Assessment
  • Scale Prediction and Inhibition
  • Erosion, Foaming, and Emulsions
  • Sampling and Monitoring Technologies
  • Geochemical Modeling
  • Reservoir Souring
  • Compositional Analysis of Fluids
  • In-Situ Production Technologies

Gas Technologies

  • Modeling and Simulation for Gas Reservoirs
  • Viscous and Diffusive Flow Behavior in Gas Reservoirs
  • Advances in gas/liquid production technologies
  • Core Analysis Protocols for Conventional and Shale Gas Reservoirs
  • Gas-Reservoir Management
  • Gas-Condensate Reservoirs
  • Sampling Procedures and PVT Analysis for Gas Reservoirs
  • Maximizing Natural Gas Liquids Production
  • N2 Rejection Technologies
  • Gas Storage
  • Geologic Techniques for Characterizing Unconventional Gas Plays
  • Reserves Assessment in CSM/CBM, Tight Gas and Shale Gas Fields
  • Tight/Ultratight Gas/Oil Reservoirs: Technical and Operational Challenges
  • Formation Evaluation in Unconventional Gas Reservoirs
  • Key Factors to Optimize Well Locations
  • Coalbed-Methane Reservoirs
  • Gas Shale and "Liquids Rich" Shale Plays
  • Gas Hydrate Reservoir Systems

Heavy Oil

  • Heavy-Oil Recovery — Thermal and Non-Thermal Mechanisms
  • Heavy Oil Production Challenges for Deepwater Operations
  • Well Designs and Surface Infrastructure Systems for Heavy-Oil (including Artificial-Lift Systems)
  • Emerging Technologies for Processing Heavy Oil
  • Handling Heavy Oil Production with Hazardous Gases (CO2, H2S)
  • Thermal Recovery (Steam Flood, SAGD, In-Situ Combustion)
  • Miscible Recovery (Miscible Gas, Huff & Puff, Diluent Injection)
  • Uncertainty and Risk Analysis for Screening and Selection of Heavy-Oil EOR Technologies
  • Pilot Projects In Heavy Oil — Lessons-Learned, Case Histories, Trends
  • Ultra-Heavy Oil/Bitumen

HSE, Social Concerns & HR

  • Issues in Environmentally Sensitive Areas (e.g., Operations, Seismic Acquisition, etc.)
  • Stakeholders Roles When Dealing with Social and Environmental Issues
  • Potential Social Implications for New Discoveries
  • Environment Protection
  • Health & Safety (Construction, Operations, Transport, Water/Waste, Planning)
  • Fluid Remediation (Drilling and Produced Fluids)
  • Community Relationships
  • Sustainable Development
  • Reduction of Emissions
  • Recruitment and Retention
  • Training and Competency
  • Date and Knowledge Sharing
  • Corporate Social Responsibility/Community Development Projects
  • Government/Regulatory Policies and Incentives
  • Challenges in Sand Control

Production and Facilities

  • Separation Facilities
  • Chemical Technologies
  • Management of High Water-Oil-Ratio Fields (Facilities Perspective)
  • Field Automation
  • Production Improvement and Optimization
  • Integrity of Tubulars and Surface Facilities
  • Measurement and Control of Produced Fluids
  • Maintenance and Reliability of Production Installations
  • Case Studies and Best Practices in Sand Control
  • NGL Recovery
  • Surface Gas Compression
  • Sand production management technologies and case studies

Risk Analysis and Evaluation of Oil & Gas Developments

  • Cost of Uncertainty
  • Prioritizing Risks
  • Risk-Based Management
  • Reliability Estimation of Reservoir Models
  • Probabilistic Risk Analysis in Oil and Gas Projects Portfolio
  • Probabilistic Risk Analysis in Well Drilling and Workovers
  • Risk Analysis in Selecting Field Development Options
  • Mitigating and Reducing Risk in Exploration
  • Uncertainty Quantification
  • Scenario Analysis
  • Case Studies and Best Practices
  • Value of Information Quantification

Water and CO2 Management

  • Scaling and Souring Issues
  • Produced-Water Challenges (Re-injection/Disposal)
  • Water Management
  • Water Clean-Up (Conversion to Potable/Agricultural Water)
  • CO2 Mitigation in Oil/Gas Production Activities
  • CO2 — Challenge or Resource?

Naturally-Fractured Reservoirs

  • Modeling of Naturally and Induced Fracture Systems
  • Case Histories for Naturally-Fractured Reservoirs
  • New Technologies for Fracture Detection in Naturally-Fractured Reservoirs
  • Management of Gas and Water Coning/Channeling in Naturally-Fractured Reservoirs
  • Effect of Stress State(s) on Naturally-Fractured Reservoirs
  • Production Performance of Wells in Naturally-Fractured Reservoirs
  • EOR/IOR in Naturally-Fractured Reservoirs
  • Petrophysics of Naturally-Fractured Reservoirs
  • Drilling and Completions in Naturally-Fractured Reservoirs
  • Natural Fractures & Unconventional Gas Plays

Petroleum Reserves & Resources Estimation

  • Seismic Applications
  • Deterministic and Probabilistic Methods
  • Aggregation of Reserves
  • Commercial Considerations
  • Unconventional Resources
  • Reserves Entitlement
  • Resources to Reserves to Production: Case Studies, Best Practices, and New Projects

Regional Play Assessment — Latin America

  • Exploration and Development Potential
  • Technical and Commercial Challenges
  • Activity Level — Offshore and Onshore
  • Fiscal Regimes
  • Incentives for Developing Marginal Fields

 

 

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La fecha límite fue extendida hasta el 16 de abril del 2015.