The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) and the SPE Forum Series is excited to announce this forum will be virtual! The forum will occur in a series of half-day sessions, on 2, 4, 6, 11, 12, 17, and 19 November 2020,
Reference the "Attend" tab above for details.
Applications are now closed.
The potential for technology to increase the productivity of unconventional resources (UCR) has seen a considerable boost following the application of cyclic gas injection projects in the Eagle Ford shale play. However, significant challenges remain to apply these learnings successfully to other reservoirs. UCR typically includes highly-heterogeneous and fractured reservoirs which pose unique challenges related to reservoir containment both horizontally and vertically, and hydrocarbon contact (micro and macro-sweep efficiency).
Despite these challenges, this cyclic gas injection has been shown to enhance oil recovery above primary depletion in the Eagle Ford. This potential has led to many operators pursuing their own in-house process of de-risking and pilot development in other fields with a goal to learn from others and establish best practices. Currently, a flurry of cyclic gas injection activities are either in progress or planned to start soon across North America and elsewhere.
This forum will seek to :
Address cyclic gas injection methodology within the scope of a typical technology development cycle for future applications across unconventional basins
Establish and improve the state of the art (SOA) at each stage in the workflow
Establish the key assumptions and identify the risks
Illuminate the challenges to face
Identify future development needs
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- Professionals in:
- Reservoir Engineering
- Unconventional EOR Projects
- Rock Mechanics
- Surface Facility
- Reservoir Simulation or Modeling
- Experts developing technology in Injection or Production Monitoring
- Asset Managers
The Forum is a limited-attendance meeting for up to 70 people, designed for professionals in the oil and gas industry interested in the future direction of unconventional resource development. In particular, we will discuss potential future challenges associated with reservoir characterization, data acquisition and diagnostics, development strategies, production forecasting, and risk management in unconventional reservoir development. The forum is aimed at people with expertise in unconventional reservoirs.