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Thursday, 19 November

0830-1200

Real Audiencia B

08 Integration of Geoscience Technologies - II

Session Chairpersons:

Ysnardo J. Moya, Baker Hughes - SSI; Joel Herve Le Calvez, Schlumberger

The oil and gas industry has evolved from conventional to unconventional in a very short time as resources become more difficult to extract while demand increases and environment are getting harsher than ever. To meet those challenges the industry needs to pull together and disciplines such as exploration geology, geophysics, petrophysics, geomechanics, well engineering, reservoir stimulation, modeling, etc. can’t work in silo independently of one another anymore. Team work is an integral part of any successful organization and integrated multi-disciplinary teams dealing with multi-scale problems are the way forward. The ‘Integration of Geosciences’ sessions aim to highlights such successful projects and examples, so to lead the way forward.

Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0900 177150 icon:RDD Facies and Porosity Distribution by the Integration of Rockphysics Analysis and Seismic Inversion for “U” Sandstone Reservoir in Coca-Payamino Oilfield
D. Palacios, Y.F. Sun, Texas A&M University; D. Flores, F. Sierra, Petroamazonas EP
0900-0930 177104 icon:PO Integrated-Multidisciplinary Approach to Formation Damage Prevention and Sand Control Prediction Increases Well Productivity and Optimizes Completion Design - Case History Apaika Field, Ecuador
J.A. Salas Viloria, L. Diaz, O. Bravo, J.C. Rabanal, E.R. Vallejo, Schlumberger; R. Almeida, C. Madrunero, J. Lomas, D. Tapia, M. Castillo, Petroamazonas EP
0930-1000 177118 icon:RDD A Tuning Strategy To Align Static and Dynamic Modelling
J. Bourge, M.J. Bolanos, J. Lafournere, M.A. Naranjo Leon, J. Vega Torres, G. Archard, Schlumberger; A. Suter, Consorcio Shushufindi-Schlumberger; F. Castillo, Petroamazonas
1030-1100 177175 icon:RDD Model Experiments to Simulate Compressional-Strike Fault Pattern in Oriente Basin, Ecuador
J. Lin, X. Zhang, Q. Hu, X. Zhao, D. Good, X. Tong, R. Orozco, Andes Petroleum Ecuador Ltd.; Z. Zhang, Y. Xie, International Research Center,CNPC
1100-1130 177156 icon:RDD New Approaching for Rock Types and Lithofacies Synergy for the Hollin Formation, Palo Azul Field, Ecuador
J. Leal Gomez, J. Gaibor Villota, S. Garces, Halliburton; E. Benalcazar, Petramazonas EP
Thursday, 19 November

0830-1200

Alfa Point I & II

09 Reservoir Characterization/Reservoir Description I

Session Chairperson:

George J. Moridis, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory

This session will take along different experiences and perspectives about the challenges related to sub-areas of the reservoir. The presentations are strategic for exploration, completion, production areas and bring value for field development.

Time Paper # Presentation
0900-0930 177083 icon:RDD Integrated Characterization Workflow Enables Ecuador NOC To Increase Oil Production From Very-Thin Sand Reservoirs
A. Izurieta, PetroAmazonas; W. Pastrana, Schlumberger; J. Pazos, E. Davila, Petroamazonas; J.C. Rabanal Chavez, R. Vallejo, D.V. Bastidas, A. Luzuriaga, A. Diaz Hernandez, Schlumberger
0930-1000 177148 icon:RDD State of the Art in 3D Reservoir Characterization: Palo Azul Field, Ecuador
J. Sandoval, J. Gaibor Villota, Halliburton; E. Benalcazar, PetroAmazonas; L. Jimenez, Independent
1030-1100 177065 icon:RDD Advanced Reservoir Characterization in a Low Resistivity Gas Play Offshore Ecuador
O. Morales, Petroamazonas EP; F. Bringer, Schlumberger; J. Rodas, J. Bravo, Petroamazonas EP
1100-1130 177146 icon:RDD Simplified Near Wellbore Reservoir Simulation To Predict the Performance of Viscous Oil Horizontal Well With Water Coning From an Active Aquifer
W.J. Jurus, M.E. Stanko, Norwegian University of Science and Technology; A.A. Parra, Universidad Simon Bolivar; M. Golan, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
1130-1200 177039 icon:RDD Methodology of Feasibility Study on Pilot Test for Dump Flood Completion System
A.J. Villarroel, M.D. Nieto Miño, K.I. Estrella, J.A. Perez, Baker Hughes Inc
Thursday, 19 November

0830-1200

Espejo - Canizares

10 Risk Analysis and Evaluation of Oil & Gas Developments

Session Chairpersons:

Victor Alexei Huerta Quinones, Petroperu SA; Roberto Aguilera, University of Calgary

Currently, uncertainty analysis and risk assessment plays a major role in the evaluation of oil and gas assets. Different types of risk, under an integrated and dynamic approach, commonly characterize oil and gas projects not only during the exploration phase, but also during the development phase; these risks have a strong impact on business decisions. This session covers a variety of topics for participants interested in evaluation and risk analysis of oil & gas developments particularly in Latin America. The presentations concentrate on practical that include structural maps uncertainty in history matching, growth of light oil production, probabilities and attribute types, corrosion control, drilling costs reduction, evaluation of oil and gas projects by real option approach, shale gas exploration and the combination of technical, economical and legal considerations.

Time Paper # Presentation
0930-1000 177131 icon:MI Fixed Equipment Integrity
L. Velasco, Repsol Ecuador S.A.
1030-1100 177199 icon:MI Proper Management of Risk, Helps To Reduce Drilling Cost
V. Carrera García, AndesPetroleum
1100-1130 177217 icon:MI Technical, Economic & Legal Considerations for Successful Projects in the Oil Industry
I.T. Cedeno, M. Moreno, E. Polit, Andes Petroleum Ecuador Ltd
1130-1200 177132 icon:MI Wellbore Stability Analysis: A Stochastic Approach Applied to a Colombian Cretaceous Formation
F. Plazas, Z.H. Calderon Carrillo, Universidad Industrial De Santander; Y. Quintero Pea, Ecopetrol S.A.
Thursday, 19 November

0830-1200

Montufar - Lequerica

11 Heavy Oil - I

Session Chairpersons:

Richard Michael Henson, Schlumberger; Eric Delamaide, IFP Technologies Canada Inc.

Heavy oil remains a significant contributor to worldwide reserves numbers, and as a consequence Heavy Oil Fields continue to be targets for exploitation and enhanced recovery even in this low oil price environment. The session will focus on various types of EOR technologies for heavy oil production as well as on improved production methods.

Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0900 177033 icon:RDD A New Approach on Analytical Solution for Heavy Oil Recovery by Huff & Puff CO2 Injection. Case Study Bachaquero-01 Reservoir
C. Colmenares, J. Mendez, Petroleos de Venezuela S.A.
0900-0930 177092 icon:RDD A Comprehensive Mathematical Model for Predicting Thermophysical Properties of Superheated Steam in Horizontal Injection Wells Considering Phase Change
R. Cao, H. Gu, China University of Petroleum, Beijing
0930-1000 177063 icon:RDD Impact of Fracture Orientation on In-Situ Combustion Performance
D. Aleksandrov, P. Kudryavtsev, LLC "LUKOIL-West Siberia"; B. Hascakir, Texas A&M University
1030-1100 177088 icon:DC Innovative Dual Completion Application To Overcome High Oil Viscosity Challenges - Case Study From Pañacocha Filed, Ecuador
R. Almeida, J. Lomas, C. Madrunero, M. Castillo, Petroamazonas; F. Chicaiza, A. Silva, C. Contreras, A. Korgemagi, Schlumberger
1100-1130 177119 icon:PO Successful Implementation of Hydraulic Fracturing Techniques in High Permeability-Heavy Oil Wells in the Llanos Basin- Colombia
J.I. Bahamon, C. Garcia, J.M. Ulloa Calvete, J. Leal, Ecopetrol; R.J. Garay, C. Medina, J. Nieto, Weatherford
1130-1200 177129 icon:PO Pcp System Shows Optimal Performance in a Heavy Oil Well in Block 59 Ecuador
F.L. Mena, R.G. Ruiz, L.R. Pozo, Petroamazonas EP
Thursday, 19 November

0830-1200

Flores - Jimenez

12 Reservoir Planning/Naturally-Fractured Reservoirs

Session Chairpersons:

Francisco Jose Paz, Petroamazonas EP; Ramon Homero Correa, AGIP Oil Ecuador BV

This session will focus on Natural fracture reservoirs that are mainly result of the interaction of earth stresses. The natural fractures are primary pathways for hydrocarbon production in many reservoirs, they can act as channels for water breakthrough and gas coning. The detailed knowledge of the extent, orientation, and permeability sensitivity of fracture systems in the reservoir are essential for well planning, and reservoir management.

Time Paper # Presentation
0830-0900 177059 icon:RDD Reservoir Compartmentalization in a Naturally Fractured Reservoir Through Production-Pressure Performance and Compositional Data
J.E. Paredes, M.C. Arana, PEMEX; C.J. Larez, Schlumberger
0900-0930 177149 icon:RDD Interpretation of Micro Resistivity Image Logs and Core Tomographic Images in a Natural Fracture Reservoir Evaluation, Upper Magdalena Valley, Colombia
M. Mantilla, Hocol; D.F. Davila, Weatherford
0930-1000 177138 icon:MI Well Spacing Index, a New Approach for Planning the Oilfield Development
L.A. Gonzalez, Petroleos de Venezuela S.A.
1030-1100 177171 icon:RDD Changing a Low Potential (Viscous Oil) Sandstone Reservoir to the Biggest Conventional Incremental Project in the Neuquen Basin
A. Thompson, L.A. Martino, E. Oviedo, F. Sanchez, P. Barros, H. Campos, S. Gandi, E. Morettini, YPF SA
1100-1130 177197 icon:PO Optimizing the Reservoir Managment of a Mature Oil Field. The Chalenge of Shushufindi
F. Lopez, Petroamazonas EP; D.F. Biedma, Tecpetrol S.A.; A. Suter, Conscorcio Shushufindi/Schlumberger
1130-1200 177053 icon:RDD A Comprehensive Workflow for Reservoir Characterization and History Matching Applicable to Cretaceous Naturally Fractured Reservoirs in Mexico
R. Mehranfar, C.J. Larez, Schlumberger; J.E. Paredes, J.C. Villasana, PEMEX
Thursday, 19 November

1330-1730

Real Audiencia A

13 Petroleum Reserves & Resources Estimation

Session Chairperson:

Victor Alexei Huerta Quinones, Petroperu SA

The estimation of petroleum reserves & resources is a significant and complex task in the petroleum industry, since figures can add value to company assets and the economy of a country. These estimations might be addressed either by a deterministic procedure or a probabilistic approach depending on project maturity and/or non-technical issues, that usually embrace uncertainty due to lack of information and different criteria of reserves auditors. This session deals with techniques for conventional and unconventional fields. From the use of Material balance equation to discussing grading with PRMS, production forecasting by using decline curve analysis, petroleum contracts, new points of view will deliver new portfolio options to book reserves and the impact of oil and gas prices in new developments. Field examples will also help to understand the novelty and effects of each of these.

Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1430 177215 icon:MI Effect of Oil and Gas Prices on Development of Unconventional Resource Plays
R.F. Aguilera, Curtin University; R. Aguilera, University of Calgary
1430-1500 177244 icon:MI Re-grading Proven Reserves With PRMS
R. Harrison, LR Senergy; G. Falcone, Clausthal University of Technology
1530-1600 177269 icon:RDD Considerations for Production Forecasting and Field Development in an Under Developed Field in a Geologically Complex Reservoir System: Chicontepec Basin Example
E. Rangel-German, Comision Nacional de Hidrocarburos; F. Dordoni, DeGolyer and MacNaughton; G. Franco, Comision Nacional de Hidrocarburos; D.B. Clem, DeGolyer and MacNaughton; M. Cuba, Comision Nacional de Hidrocarburos; C. Ruhs, DeGolyer and MacNaughton
1600-1630 177221 icon:MI Strategy Model for Petroleum Contracts: A Holistic Sensitivity Analysis of Oil Royalties to Hydrocarbons Commercialization
R.J. Cervantes Bravo, Universidad de Buenos Aires; V.A. Huerta Quiñones, Petroperú-UNI; N. Palacios Chun, Universidad Nacional de Ingenieria
1630-1700 177240 icon:MI Key Parameters To Revitalize Mature Oil & Gas Fields
V.A. Huerta Quinones, PetroPeru SA; R.J. Cervantes Bravo, Universidad de Buenos Aires; N. Palacios Chun, Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería
1700-1730 177203 icon:MI Forecasting Reservoir Management Through Life Cycle Assessment: Case Study Marañon Basin
N.A. Palacios Chun, Universidad Nacional de Ingenieria; R.J. Cervantes Bravo, Universidad de Buenos Aires; V.A. Huerta Quinones, PetroPeru-UNI
Thursday, 19 November

1330-1730

Real Audiencia B

14 Integration of Geoscience Technologies - III

Session Chairpersons:

Carlos G Marquez, Petroleos de Venezuela S.A.; Cesar Augusto Patino, Ecopetrol SA

The oil and gas industry has evolved from conventional to unconventional in a very short time as resources become more difficult to extract while demand increases and environment are getting harsher than ever. To meet those challenges the industry needs to pull together and disciplines such as exploration geology, geophysics, petrophysics, geomechanics, well engineering, reservoir stimulation, modeling, etc. can’t work in silo independently of one another anymore. Team work is an integral part of any successful organization and integrated multi-disciplinary teams dealing with multi-scale problems are the way forward. The ‘Integration of Geosciences’ sessions aim to highlights such successful projects and examples, so to lead the way forward.

Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1400 177159 icon:RDD Recognition of Oil-Water Contact Architecture in Water Drive Reservoirs by Rock Typing Implementation, Sacha Field of Ecuador
L. Rodriguez de Lezama, J. Leal Gomez, Halliburton; H. Sanchez, G. Hinojosa, Operaciones Rio Napo CEM
1400-1430 177162 icon:DC Challenging Horizontal Well Placement in an Area With High Geological Uncertainty Using Proactive Geosteering Techniques
K. Riofrio Rodriguez, Halliburton; H. Sacnchez, M. López, I. Velasquez, E. Mejía, C. Armas, G. Reinoso, Operaciones Río Napo CEM; D. Lopez Perez, C. Bustamante, Halliburton
1430-1500 177184 icon:RDD Recognition and Impact of Crossing Conjugate Normal Faults in Amistad Field, Gulf of Guayaquil, Ecuador
R.R. Rodriguez, J.A. Rodas, E.J. Chuya, Petroamazonas EP; L. Meléndez, C. Romero, M.G. Avila, Schlumberger
1530-1600 177257 icon:RDD Computed Tomography for Petrophysical Characterization of Highly Heterogeneous Reservoir Rock
J.T. Skinner, F.D. Tovar, D.S. Schechter, Texas A&M University
1600-1630 177259 icon:RDD Acoustic and Microresistivity Borehole Image Logs and Core Data Integration in Well DN-22, Drago Field, Oriente Basin, Ecuador
V. Badillo, Petroamazonas; J.A. Perez, R.E. Rengel, Baker Hughes-RDS
1630-1700 177261 icon:RDD Determination of Principal In-Situ Stress Magnitude from Well Logs in Unconventional Reservoirs: A Practical Application in Willesden Green Field, Canada
E. Urban, R. Aguilera, University of Calgary
1700-1730 177189 icon:RDD Estimates of Stress Dependent Properties in Tight Reservoirs: Their Use with Drill Cuttings Data
B.A. Lopez Jimenez, J. Piedrahita, R. Aguilera, University of Calgary
Thursday, 19 November

1330-1730

Landaburo-Enriquez

15 Well Construction and Well Stimulation - II

Session Chairpersons:

Joao C G Pereira, Schlumberger; Wade Peter Maingot, Schlumberger

Equipment, materials, technologies and processes to optimize drilling of new and old wells (re-entries) and to increase production of wells to reduce damage with advanced drilling fluids, fracking and perforating techniques. The Session includes case studies of land and offshore wells of different Countries.

Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1400 177219 icon:PO Unlocking a Mature Field Reservoir Potential Through Optimized Fit-For-Purpose Hydraulic Fracturing
M. Ramones, L. Gutierrez, Schlumberger; M. Moran, Petroamazonas
1400-1430 177087 icon:DC Advanced Drilling and Logging Technologies Give New Life to Aging Fields in Ecuador by Enabling Reentry Drilling
J.L. Sanchez, H.R. Carrizo, M.J. Salgado, M. Ordoñez, F. Rey, N.K. Hazboun, A. Laguna, R.R. Rodriguez, A. Larez, H. Ramirez, P. Astudillo, Schlumberger; F. Sierra, N. Teran, M. Bastidas, G.E. Camacho, A. Bastidas, J.A. Chancay, D. Barona, C. Carrion, Petroamazonas E.P.
1430-1500 177090 icon:PO Comprehensive Methodology To Identify, Quantify and Eliminate the Formation Damage Mechanisms, Successfully Applied for the First Time by the Operator in a Colombian Mature Field; Including Formation Damage Modeling, Well Candidate Selection, Stimulation Treatment Design and Execution: a Case History
W. Nunez Garcia, M.A. Kleber, R.M. Polo, Occidental De Colombia, LLC.; C.A. Franco, M.A. Escobar, Ecopetrol; A.C. Sierra, M. Borrero, Schlumberger, Colombia
1530-1600 177136 icon:DC Dynamic Under/Overbalance: A Review of the Current Practices in Block 15
A.J. Izurieta, E.R. Davila, P.E. Poveda, L.R. Garcia, D.E. Calpoviña, J.L. Cabezas, Petroamazonas EP; A. Diaz Hernandez, R. Vallejo, A. Luzuriaga, E. Castro, Schlumberger
1600-1630 177101 icon:DC Pressurized Mud Cap Drilling: Feasibility Study for Application in Brazilian Pre-Salt Carbonate Reservoirs and Well Control Issues
A.T. Kuehn, Odebrecht Oil and Gas
1630-1700 177161 icon:DC Multibowl Wellhead
H.E. Mora, Válvulas del Pacífico S.A.
1700-1730 177276 icon:DC Wells Trajectory Optimization in Low Thickness Zones by Applying Geosteering Azimuth Tools
J. Ballesteros, G. Bravo, J.C. Cerchiaro, M. Perez, Weatherford
Thursday, 19 November

1330-1730

Alfa Point I & II

16 Reservoir Characterization/Reservoir Description II

Session Chairpersons:

Jean Carlos Jimenez, PDVSA Intevep; Antonio Jose Caldera, PDVSA Intevep

This session will take along different experiences and perspectives about the challenges related to sub-areas of the reservoir. The presentations are strategic for exploration, completion, production areas and bring value for field development.

Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1400 177100 icon:RDD Chemostratigraphical Characterization of Stratigraphic Sequences: Upper B Sandstones of the Eocene Misoa Formation, Maracaibo Basin, Western Venezuela
A.E. Laya, L. Camposano, Petroleos de Venezuela S.A.
1400-1430 177086 icon:RDD Rock Typing Mapping Methodology Based on Indexed and Probabilistic Self-Organized Map in Shushufindi Field
M.A. Naranjo Leon, J.B. Lafournere, J. Bourge, M.J. Bolanos, F. Bringer, J.A. Navarrete, J. Hurtado, E. Gozalbo, Schlumberger; A. Suter, R.M. Henson, Consorcio Shushufindi-Schlumberger; J.C. Rodriguez, Schlumberger; F. Castillo, J. Ochoa, Petroamazonas EP
1430-1500 177076 icon:RDD Elastic Seismic Inversion for Sandstone Prediction: Lower U Sandstone Reservoir, Limoncocha Oilfield - Ecuador Case Study
M.F. Galárraga, J.C. Pazos, A.J. Izurieta, Petroamazonas EP
1530-1600 177125 icon:RDD Integrated Geological, Petrophysical, and Reservoir Properties of the Upper and Middle T Sandstones, Tarapoa Block, Oriente Basin, Ecuador
J.W. Espinosa, D. Good, Andes Petroleum Ecuador Ltd; C. Torres-Verdin, R. Steel, C. Olariu, University Texas, Austin
1600-1630 177111 icon:RDD Dynamic Workflow for Reservoir Diagnostics. An Analytical Tool To Classify Production Losses and Exploitation Opportunities
A. Medina, J.E. Paredes, G. Echavez, R. Perez, L.M. Perera Perez, PEMEX; C.A. Rodney, Orbit Consultores Mexico
1630-1700 177099 icon:RDD Feasibility of La Grita Member of Early Cretaceous as a Possible Unconventional Reservoir Play. Case Study. Western Venezuela
J.N. Mendez, A.E. Molina, C.L. Lobo, A. Pautt, F.A. Luzardo, Petróleos de Venezuela S. A.
1700-1730 177052 icon:RDD Improved Fracture Characterization in the La Paz Field: A Case Study
L.A. Lander, A. Silva, J. Chiquito, Weatherford; A. Cadena, PDVSA
Thursday, 19 November

1330-1730

Espejo - Canizares

17 Production and Facilities - I

Session Chairpersons:

Johannes Orlando Alvarez, Texas A&M University (PE DEPT); Pedro Joaquin Vivas, Schlumberger

This session explores the latest advances on well stimulation, artificial lift, well deliverability and pipeline integrity management in conventional and mature reservoirs using acid stimulation, hydraulic fracturing and innovative completion techniques, in order to overcome well damage caused near wellbore alteration of the natural reservoir permeability and increase well productivity by delivering hydrocarbons to the surface using artificial lift methods.

Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1400 177027 icon:PO Increasing Production and Reserves in a Mature Field with Hydraulic Fracturing by Combining Fracture Pressure Analysis, Pressure Transient Analysis and Rate Transient Analysis
E. Murminacho, H. Sanchez Chacon, M. Lopez Bustamante, Operaciones Rio Napo C.E.M.; R.G. Rachid, J.L. Maniere, A. Milne, Schlumberger
1400-1430 177041 icon:PO Comments on Babu and Odeh's Model for Productivity Prediction of Partially Penetrated Horizontal Wells
E. Grassi, D. Zhu, A. Hasan, Texas A&M University
1430-1500 177098 icon:PFC Pipeline Integrity Management in High Environmental Consequence Areas
F.A. Eguiguren, Repsol
1530-1600 177176 icon:DC Case History: Surge Chambers With or Without Perforating Guns Conveyed With Wireline or Tubing Prove To Be an Effective Method for Perforation Cleanup To Increase Well Productivity in the Ecuador Eastern Basin
A. Izurieta, L. Garcia, Petroamazonas; F. Moreno, F. Rios Osorio, M.F. Schoener-Scott, Halliburton
1600-1630 177120 icon:PFC Modeling Wax Appearance Temperature
T.S. Rocha, G.M. Costa, M. Embiruçu, Universidade Federal da Bahia
1630-1700 177183 icon:PO Experimental Evaluation of a Gas Liquid Axial Cyclone Separator
J. Valdez, L.D. Perez, R. Cabello, W. Blanco, G. Lombano, Intevep; J. Segura, Universidad Central de Venezuela
1700-1730 177208 icon:DC Well Completion with Monobore Technology for Gas Production in the B6 LL 370 Reservoir in the Tia Juana Field, Lake Maracaibo, Venezuela
K.R. Mieres, V.R. Prieto Gomez, C. Banzer, F. Molina, Petroleos de Venezuela S.A.
Thursday, 19 November

1330-1730

Montufar - Lequerica

18 Heavy Oil - II

Session Chairpersons:

Rafael Eduardo Hincapie, Clausthal University of Technology; Karin Gabriela Gonzalez, Texas A&M University

This session presents field case studies of heavy oil reservoirs where asset performance was improved by implementing innovative production and completion operations. The use of enhanced oil recovery technology is also evaluated for different processes through numerical and experimental studies.

Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1400 177154 icon:RDD Geomechanics Coupled to Fluid Flow in Heavy Oil Reservoirs: Comparison and Innovation in the Modelling
L.L. Alvarez, G.A. Alzate, A. Naranjo, Universidad Nacional De Colombia
1400-1430 177201 icon:RDD An Approach for Steam Propagation and Production Performance in SAGD and Solvent SAGD: Lab Experiment and Simulation
A. Zare, A.A. Hamouda, University of Stavanger
1430-1500 177220 icon:RDD Experimental Study of Heavy Oil In-Situ Upgrading Using High Temperature Gas-Oil Gravity Drainage in Naturally Fractured Reservoirs
R. Suarez, C. Scott, S. Hejazi, P. Pereira-Almao, University of Calgary
1530-1600 177272 icon:PO Replacement of ESPs With Long Stroke Pumping Units in Maranta Block
D.B. Sarmiento Varela, J.W. Prada, Weatherford; H. Quiros, J. Mora, Emerald Energy
1600-1630 177223 icon:RDD Autonomous Inflow Control Devices (AICD) Application in Horizontal Wells Completions in Rubiales Area, Heavy Oil Reservoir
M.B. Gómez Gualdrón, A. Florez Anaya, Y.E. Araujo, W. Parra Moreno, M.E. Uzcategui Rivas, V. Bolanos, Pacific Rubiales Energy; F.A. Porturas, Ziebel AS
1700-1730 177060 icon:RDD Geomodeling Workflow Adapted to a Mature Extra Heavy Oilfield. Case Study: Modelization of Petrocedeno Deltaic Reservoir for the Eor Polymer Project
R. Mulder, Statoil ASA; C. Tinedo, PDVSA Petrocedeno
Thursday, 19 November

1330-1700

Flores - Jimenez

19 Sustainability: HSE & Social Affairs - I

Session Chairpersons:

Fernando L. Benalcazar, APD Proyectos Cia. Ltda.; Ralph Chadeesingh, Petrofac

The E&P industry remains facing uncertainties and challenges related to Health, Safety, Environment (HSE) and Social performance that demand innovation, creativity and learning from past experiences in order to continue successfully growing and developing new projects. This session will describe several innovative approaches to drilling cuttings management and disposal; safety behavior while driving; oil contaminated reclamation; HSE, stakeholder engagement and social management within extremely sensitive environments; and sustainability within operating areas; which have been or are being implemented to minimize impacts. During this session there will be an opportunity to learn about these innovative ways to minimize operational risks while building strong stakeholder relations.

Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1400 177047 icon:HSE Successful Execution of an Exploratory Drilling Program Within Extremely Sensitive Environments in Ecuador
F.L. Benalcazar, S. Valdivieso, APD Proyectos Cia. Ltda.
1430-1500 177167 icon:HSE Work Inclusion Breaking Down Barriers
F. Bocchicchio, M.A. Paz, Schlumberger del Ecuador S.A.
1530-1600 177279 icon:HSE Strengthening Sustainable Development in Five Communities in the Bermejo, Ecuador Field
D.O. Vega, D.O. Paredes, P.J. Martellotta, Tecpetrol S.A.
1600-1630 177181 icon:HSE Fablab Creating a Culture of Innovation in Ecuador
F. Bocchicchio, Schlumberger del Ecuador S.A.; M.A. Paz, Schlumberger
1630-1700 177117 icon:HSE Learning by Impact Driving Training: A Case Study from Ecuador
K.O. Pazmino, J. Kohatsu, Schlumberger