Monday, March 12
Tuesday, March 13
Welcome and Opening Remarks - Conference Chairs
About this session:
The opening plenary session will include keynote speakers followed by a panel discussion.
Panel Session: Entering a New Era: Strategies for Growth in the Digital Age
The acquisition, digitization and analysis of data has revolutionized how the world conducts business. Companies that have capitalized on this technology have changed how the world interacts, and in doing so, have grown to be the largest companies in the world, outpacing energy companies. How can the oil and gas industry utilize these technologies to lower costs, drive innovation and create a more sustainable business model in the face of lower commodity prices?
Currently, visionary companies are investigating and implementing ideas to improve operations through the use of data analytics and engineered completions to lower costs and improve efficiency.
In this session, five leaders will share their visions on the direction they are taking their companies and industry. You’ll hear how they are integrating data analytics, ethical oil, crypto currencies and how they are attracting the next generation to propel the industry forward.
Chief Energy Economist
ARC Financial Corp.
Founder and Former CEO
Senior Vice President Operations
Chief Executive Officer
Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Founder and CEO, JAGYYC and Co-Founder
|Alternate||189816||Huff-n-Puff Gas Injection Pilot Projects in the Eagle Ford|
|1330-1400||189829||Enhancing Oil Recovery by Adding Surfactants in Fracturing Water: A Montney Case Study|
|1400-1430||189779||Viability of EOR Processes in the Bakken under Geological and Economic Uncertainty|
|1430-1500||189785||A Parametric Study on the Applicability of Miscible Gases Based EOR Techniques in Unconventional Liquids Rich Reservoirs|
|1530-1600||189784||Breaking a Paradigm: Can Oil Recovery from Shales Be Larger than Oil Recovery from Conventional Reservoirs? The Answer Is Yes!|
|1600-1630||189805||Dual-Permeability Matrix-Fracture Corefloods for Studying Gas Flooding in Tight Oil Reservoirs|
|1630-1700||189788||Enhanced Recovery by Injection of Nitrogen and Carbon Dioxide Mixtures in Tight Reservoirs: A Combination of Partial Pressure Reduction and Competitive Adsorption|
|1330-1400||189826||DFIT Analysis in Low Leakoff Formations: A Duvernay Case Study|
|1400-1430||189807||Characterization of Reservoir Quality in Tight Rocks Using Drill Cutting: Examples from the Montney Formation (Alberta, Canada)|
Pressure-Transient Behavior of a Horizontal Well with a Finite-Conductivity Fracture within a Fractal Reservoir
|1530-1600||189795||3D Geomechanical Modeling in the Complex Fracture Network of the Horn River Shale Using a Fully-Coupled Hybrid Hydraulic Fracture (HHF) Model: Permeability Evolution and Depletion|
|1600-1630||189800||A Laboratory Study of CO2 Interactions within Shale and Tight Sand Cores - Duvernay, Montney and Wolfcamp Formations|
|1630-1700||189801||Pressure Depletion's Impact on Induced Strain during Hydraulic Fracturing in Child Wells: The Key to Mitigate Fracture Hits and Pressure Interference|
|1330-1400||189780||Nano-Particle Surfactant in Hydraulic Fracturing Fluids for Enhanced Post Frac Oil Recovery|
A New Simple Analytic Equation for Estimating Asymmetric Growth of Stimulated Reservoir Volume in Anisotropic Shales
|1430-1500||189822||Horizontal Well Productivity Enhancement through Drawdown Management Approach in Vaca Muerta Shale|
|1530-1600||189827||Engineered Diversion: Using Well Heterogeneity as an Advantage to Designing Stage Specific Diverter Strategies|
|1600-1630||189793||Quantifying Reservoir Permeability in Shale Reservoirs Using After-Closure Analysis of DFIT by Considering Natural Fractures, Fissures, and Microfractures: Field Application|
Evaluating the Impact of Mechanical Properties of Kerogen on Hydraulic Fracturing of Organic Rich Formations
|Alternate||189804||Investigation of Gas Penetration Depth during Gas Huff-n-Puff EOR Process in Unconventional Oil Reservoirs|
|Alternate||189794||An Analytical Model Explanation for Recovering Oil from Organic Nanopores of Shales|
Wednesday, March 14
|0830-0900||189828||Value-Driven Mitigation Plans for Severe Slugging in Gas-Lift Wells in Unconventional Shale Plays|
|0900-0930||189802||Reconciling Empirical Methods for Reliable EUR and Production Profile Forecasts of Horizontal Wells in Tight/Shale Reservoirs|
|0930-1000||189790||Need for Speed: Data Analytics Coupled to Reservoir Characterization Fast Tracks Well Completion Optimization|
|0830-0900||189820||Empirical and Numerical Investigation of the Effects of Hydraulic Fracturing Injection Rate on the Magnitude Distribution of Induced Seismicity Events|
|0900-0930||189803||On Estimating Irreducible Water Saturation in Tight Formations Using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Relaxometry|
|0930-1000||189787||Impact of Entrained Hydrocarbon and Organic Matter Components on Reservoir Quality of Organic-Rich Shales: Implications for “Sweet Spot” Identification in the Duvernay Formation (Canada)|
|0830-0900||Interventional Distributed Fiber Optics: Design and Case Studies|
|0900-0930||New Horizons in the Spirit River: Probing for Stimulation Effectiveness|
|0930-1000||Learnings From Permanent FiberOptic Monitoring: Encana Swan Pilot|
Determination of Thermal Maturity and Maturation Trajectories in Shale Petroleum Reservoirs with the Use of Modified Pickett Plots
Winning the Unconventional Game
Is smart or engineered completions really a thing? Does a geometric design provide the best economic outcome in full-field development?
This panel will pair technical expertise with economists to contrast the different approaches applied achieving profitable unconventional reservoir development.
Discussion will be centered on well completions, including fracture design, well spacing, reservoir properties, technology pads, and how it all rolls up to impact the bottom line. Join the conversation by engaging and sharing current trends from across the WCSB, and comparisons to the approach of our partners south of the border.
Chad Lemke, Vice President, GLJ Consultants
Dave Deline, Completions & Technology Effectiveness Team Lead, Shell Canada
Tara Jungwirth, Decision Analyst, Chevron Canada
Jerry Kohut, Kaybob Duvernay UP&O Manager, Chevron Canada
Derek Wheatley, Managing Director, Co-Head of Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. Canada
Oil & Gas Competitiveness: From the Canadian Energy Landscape to Your Own Career
Wednesday | 14 March 2018
Telus Convention Centre | Glen Room (Room Number 208-209)
Registration from 12:30 pm
Speakers start at 1:00pm
$25 for SPE members
$35 for non-SPE members
Ticket includes networking cocktail and appetizers at 4:30pm
Join us at the Young Professionals Workshop to listen to and discuss the influencing factors impacting Canada’s energy competitiveness; perspectives on how Canadian producers are adapting to a changing continental energy landscape; and the effects on your career as a young professional in the energy industry.
Featuring two keynote presentations, our speakers will expose you to a wealth of knowledge and experience from the perspectives of the CEO of one of Canada’s largest energy companies and an executive leadership coach and former member of the Canadian National Basketball Team.
President and CEO of Cenovus Energy, will discuss how one of Canada’s largest energy companies has been influenced by fundamental changes in the Canadian energy industry and how the company is responding strategically in order to attract capital, access markets, and remain competitive in an increasingly continental energy landscape.
Executive Coach and President of Champion Performance Systems Inc, will be discussing strategies and techniques that young professionals can implement to gain a competitive edge in their careers, including excavating one’s core values, building a compelling story, knowing how to get traction and build momentum, and holding oneself accountable.
Through the SPE Calgary Section website.
|Alternate||189825||Estimation of Petrophysical Properties of Tight Rocks from Drill Cuttings Using Image Analysis: An Integrated Laboratory-Based Approach|
|1330-1400||189808||Data-Based Smart Model for Real Time Liquid Loading Diagnostics in Marcellus Shale via Machine Learning|
|1400-1430||189831||The Impact of the Net Stress on Gas Recovery from the Marcellus Shale|
|1430-1500||Simulation Study for Scale Management during Shale Gas Production|
|1530-1600||An Integrated Approach to Protecting Parent Wells from Offset Frac Communication|
|1600-1630||Managing Interwellbore Communication at Shell Fox Creek; Sharing the Continuous Improvement Journey|
|1630-1700||Operational and Design Lessons Learned: Multi-Well Fiber Optics in Kaybob Duvernay|
Material Balance Forecast of Huff-and-Puff Gas Injection in Multiporosity Shale Oil Reservoirs
|1400-1430||189786||Stochastic Modeling and Assisted History-Matching Using Multiple Techniques of Multi-Phase Flowback from Multi-Fractured Horizontal Tight Oil Wells|
Machine Learning Applied to Optimize Duvernay Well Performance
Predicting Economic Value in Unexplored Regions of an Unconventional Liquids Rich Play
|1600-1630||189809||A Markov-Chain-Based Method to Characterize Anomalous Diffusion Phenomenon in Unconventional Reservoir|
Wettability and Capillary Imbibition in Shales; Analytical and Data-Driven Analysis
|1330-1400||189824||Strategic Waterflood Optimization with Innovative Active ICD's in Crescent Point Energy (CPEC)|
|1400-1430||189813||Case Study of Time-Based Stress Shadow Influences on New Well Fracture Propagation Patterns in the Montney|
|1430-1500||189830||Empowering Multivariate Statistical Analysis and Integrating It with Full Field 3D Geomodel Combined with Unconventional Fracture Modeling for Production Optimization, A Montney Example|
|1530-1600||189797||Eagle Ford and Pimienta Shales in Mexico: A Case Study|
|1600-1630||189811||Evaluating Human-Machine Interaction for Automated Drilling Systems|
|1630-1700||189810||Real-Time Completion Optimization of Fracture Treatment Using Commonly Available Surface Drilling and Fracing Data|