Join Paul Jackson on 22 April as he discusses “Managing Employee Fatigue through a Fatigue Risk Management Plan.”
A significant portion of operating costs in brownfields is related to lifting costs and maintenance of artificial lift equipment. Problems can lead to premature abandonment of a field despite the fact that significant oil and gas reserves remain in the reservoir. To combat this loss of reserves and valuable energy resource, a number of measures must be taken. The presentation will provide a field case showing this process and will give a detailed insight of the basket of technical solutions and the commercial impact.
Join Siegfried Muessig as he discusses the topic.
January 10, 2015 Duliajan, India
January 13, 2015 New Delhi, India
January 14, 2015 Bangalore, India
January 16, 2015 Mumbai, India
January 19, 2015 Shekou, China
January 20, 2015 Dongying, China
January 22, 2015 Bangkok, Thailand
Numerous schemes to use solvent and heat have been invented and patented for in-situ heavy oil recovery from oil sand formations. However, there is a lack of basic phase behavior data and mechanistic knowledge about the solvent/heat assisted recovery processes. This talk will provide quantitative mechanistic insights into the processes.
Join Jalal Abedi as he discusses the topic.
January 15, 2015 Warri, Nigeria
January 16, 2015 Abuja, Nigeria
January 18, 2015 Cairo, Egypt
January 21, 2015 Islamabad, Pakistan
Gain a technical overview of the geologic, evaluation, completion and development aspects of shale with a special emphasis on what is unique compared to conventional oil and gas. Topics include:
- Resource analysis
- Locating sweet spots
- Production forecasting
- Key terminology and concepts
- Design and analysis of horizontal wells and hydraulic fracturing
- Identification and impacts of hydrocarbon composition variability
Join Steve Hennings 21-22 January 2015 in Bossier City, Louisiana, USA. Learn more »
From its beginning, microseismic imaging of hydraulic fracturing has created controversy. Gain an understanding of the foundation of the “ground truth” from microseismic imaging data, an appreciation for the implementation and benefits of the technology, and an awareness of the strengths and weaknesses of the technology. This interdisciplinary technology combines geophysics, geology, and geomechanics with well completion technologies.
Join Kenneth Mahrer 22-23 January 2015 in Denver, Colorado, USA. Learn more »
SPE Flow Assurance Technical Section Presents:
Correlating Flow Regimes and Fluid Properties with Corrosion in Pipelines
Presenter: Dr. Probjot Singh, ConocoPhillips
When: Thursday, 22 January from 1100 to 1300 hours CDT
Where: Norris Conference Center, CityCentre, 816 Town & Country Blvd., Suite 210, Houston, TX
Registration Fee: SPE Member, USD 40; Nonmember, USD 50
The presentation will discuss corrosion mechanisms that have emerged in production systems due to changes in flow regimes and thermal behavior as conditions changed during field operations. We will see how corrosion monitoring data with fluid analyses, flow modeling, and additional laboratory testing have been effectively used to understand the corrosion mechanism and develop solutions for control.
1100–1130: Registration and Networking
1200–1300: Presentation and Q&A
Attend a web event on “Application Fiber Optic Technology for Well and Reservoir Management” presented by Gustavo Ugueto and Paul Huckabee on 26 February.
Attend a web event on “Safety Culture Before and After Bhopal” presented by Howard Duhon on 11 March. This webinar will tackle some challenging questions such as – ‘How is safety culture different today?’, ‘What impact did Bhopal have?’, and ‘Did it have more impact on design or on operations?’
Join the 17 February web event on “Shale Formation Re-Fracturing; Why do it, What is Needed and How?” presented by Ibrahim S. Abou-Sayed. Multi-fractured horizontal wells in Shale plays exhibit, sometimes dramatic, performance decline due to deterioration in completion efficiency. This decline is caused by one or more physical processes. These processes cause an adverse impact on the effective fracture dimensions and are controlled by pressure changes.
Renew before it ends on 31 December 2014.