Monday, October 17

08:30 - 08:45
P01  Welcome to Country Hall M, Ground Level
Speaker(s) Michael Kumatpi Marrutya O'Brien - Kaurna and Narrunga


Michael Kumatpi Marrutya O'Brien
Kaurna and Narrunga

08:45 - 10:15
P02  Opening and Keynote Session Hall M, Ground Level
Speaker(s) Kamal Ben-Naceur - 2022 SPE President, Nomadia Energy Consulting, The Hon. Madeleine King - Government of Australia, The Hon. Tom Koutsantonis - Government of South Australia, A Paul Blakeley OBE - Jadestone Energy, David Banks - Santos Ltd.


The Hon. Madeleine King MP
Minister for Resources
Minister for Northern Australia
Government of Australia

The Hon. Tom Koutsantonis MP
Minister for Infrastructure and Transport
Minister for Energy and Mining
Government of South Australia

Kamel Ben-Naceur
2022 SPE President
Nomadia Energy Consulting

A Paul Blakeley OBE
President and Chief Executive Officer
Jadestone Energy

David Banks
Chief Operating Officer
Santos Ltd
APOGCE 2022 Conference Chair

10:45 - 12:15
P03  Executive Plenary Session Hall M, Ground Level
Moderator(s) David Brink - Beach Energy, David Banks - Santos Ltd.
Speaker(s) Ken Yamamura - Mitsui E&P Australia, Saul Kavonic - Credit Suisse, Mauro Gimenez - Russell Reynolds Associates, Shara Patricia Ciravolo Fesser - Schlumberger, Ulrike Schopp - Ipieca


David Brink
Completion and Well Intervention Manager
Beach Energy
APOGCE 2022 Technical Programme Committee Chair


Ken Yamamura
Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer
Mitsui E&P Australia

Ulrike Schopp
Chief of Staff

Shara Patricia Ciravolo Fesser
Asia Pacific Managing Director

Saul Kavonic
Head of Energy, Resources and Carbon
Credit Suisse

Mauro Gimenez
Managing Director Global Energy and Natural Resources
Practice Leader
Russell Reynolds Associates


13:00 - 13:30
eP01  Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 1 Hall N and O, Ground Level
Time Paper # Presentation
1300-1330 210689 Production & Operations Method of Characteristics Based Model for a Coaxial Borehole Heat Exchanger R. Duggal, R. Rayudu, J. Hinkley, Victoria University of Wellington; J. Burnell, GNS Science Ltd.; M. McGuinness, Victoria University of Wellington
1300-1330 210758 Production & Operations Towards Low-Cost Zero Liquid Discharge in Offshore Production M.Z. Mohd Sahak, S.R. Mohd Shafian, S. Saadon, M.M. Myo Thant, Petroliam Nasional Berhad
1300-1330 210766 Drilling Alleviating Directional Well Trajectory Problems Via Data Analytics L.M. Clayton, M. Lee, Beach Energy; A. Salmachi, University of Adelaide
1300-1330 210735 Completions A Case Study of Design and Installation of Upper Completion System for a Deepwater Gas Field in South China Sea Y. Huang, W. Meng, D. Jiang, CNOOC China Ltd. Hainan Branch; X. Wang, H. Chen, Baker Hughes; J. Su, CNOOC China Ltd. Hainan Branch; N. Ruescher, Baker Hughes; F. Xu, H. Diao, H. Wang, T. Xiao, Y. Wang, Y. Yu, CNOOC China Ltd. Hainan Branch
1300-1330 210712 Digital Transformation of Offshore Structure Weight Control Management into Digitally Integrated and Intelligent Analytical Tool N.D. Alias, B.S. Wong, W.Z. Anas, N.A. Sulaiman, M. Epui, A.A. Rahman, A.R. A Rahman, S. Yeoh, A. Abdollahzadeh, L.W. Ngadan, H.E. Tang, W. Chooi, R. Khan, N. Mooi, S.N. Saminal, M. Ibrahim, M. Hamid, A.S. Suhaili, PETRONAS; M. M Hisham, MMC OIL
14:00 - 17:30
Regional Student Paper Contest Room L2-L3, Ground Level

SPE student members across Asia Pacific submit technical paper abstract for the opportunity to present at the SPE Asia Pacific Regional Student Paper Contest at APOGCE. The shortlisted papers will be presented in front of a panel of judges in their respective Postgraduate or Undergraduate division.

Winners of 2022 Asia Pacific Regional Student Paper Contest will be invited to attend and compete at the SPE International Student Paper Contest, to be held at SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (ATCE) from 16 – 18 October 2023 in San Antonio, Texas, USA. In addition to showcasing their technical knowledge at the contest, the winning regional representatives will have the opportunity to meet practicing professionals and industry members from across the globe for their professional career development. Conference delegates are encouraged to attend and support the student presentations.

For further information, visit our Student Paper Contest page or contact Justin Kijam.

14:00 - 15:30
PS01  Panel Session 1: Energy Security and Future Sourcing City Rooms 3 and 4, Upper Level
Moderator(s) Romi Branajaya - Interwell, Arsham Avijegon - Shell, Pieter Jagtenberg - Woodside Energy
Speaker(s) Graeme Bethune - EnergyQuest, H.E. Shingo Yamagami - Embassy of Japan in Australia, Aizal Baharuddin - PETRONAS (Kuala Lumpur), Mike Mellor - Woodside Energy

In recent years, investment in conventional energy has been geared towards stagnant or falling demand, with record low investment seen in 2020. In their World Outlook 2021, the International Energy Agency (IEA) warned that the level of investment in the global energy sector is inadequate to meet near term energy needs and long-term transition goals. The consequences became apparent in 2021: as the economies of the world reopened, demand for oil and gas rebounded sharply and pushed up prices.

World population is forecasted to grow by 2 billion people, with Asia Pacific accounting for one third of that growth. This trend, together with the targeted poverty reduction and near-term environmental objectives, is expected to lead to an increase in regional gas demand by 35% by 2030.

In this session, we will hear how, in the light of recent subdued investment, our industry can meet the increasing Asia Pacific energy demand. We will discuss the role of liquefied natural gas (LNG), hydrogen-based fuels and carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS), as well as other technologies, in the region’s near-term energy mix. Finally, we will explore how an orderly transition can be achieved to make the future energy supply sustainable, accessible and responsible as well as affordable and fair for all citizens, which will require strong collaboration and coordination between governments, various industries and financiers.


Romi Branajaya
Account Manager – East

Arsham Avijegon
Senior Production Technologist and Technical Advisor
Shell Australia

Pieter Jagtenberg
Reservoir Engineering Adviser
Woodside Energy


Graeme Bethune
Chief Executive Officer

His Excellency Shingo Yamagami
The Ambassador of Japan to Australia
Embassy of Japan in Australia

Aizal Baharuddin
Head, Strategic Research, Corporate Strategy

Mike Mellor
Acting Vice President
Commercial Operations & New Business Origination, Marketing & Trading
Woodside Energy

14:00 - 15:30
TS01  Technical Session 01: Offshore Operations City Room 1, Upper Level
Session Chairpersons Gianluca Di Martino - Santos Ltd., Roumen Sankoff - Santos Ltd.
Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1420 210655 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Optimising the Jansz-Io Trunkline Next Project Using Integrated Production Modelling M. Barzi, E.S. Sze, Chevron Australia Pty. Ltd.
1420-1440 210762 Completions An Integrated Approach to Asset Management: Understanding Inflow Control Device Performance and Managing Integrity Risk in a Well with High Gas/Oil Ratio T. McCarthy, H.S. Pedler, N. Lashley, K. Ichihashi, Woodside Energy Ltd.; Z. Dholkawala, Independent
1440-1500 210761 Production & Operations Reservoir Souring Study for De-risking a Deepwater Subsea Green Field Development N.H. Kamarul Zaman, Z. Johar, I.H. A Salam, M.K. Sahrudin, M.R. A Raub, M. Foo, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.
1500-1520 210768 Projects, Facilities & Construction Design, Operation and Maintenance of Subsea High Integrity Pressure Protection System and Subsea Automated Pig Launcher for Shallow Water Gas Condensate Field Development in Malaysia F.J. Nasri Huang, M.F. Hashim, S.A. Omar, PETRONAS
14:00 - 15:30
TS02  Technical Session 02: Unconventional Resources City Room 2, Upper Level
Session Chairpersons Natalie Chadud - Origin Energy, Zhongwei Chen - The University of Queensland
Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1420 210661 Reservoir Description & Dynamics New Approach for Reducing Investment Risk Through the Development of a Permeability Delineation Strategy in Coal Seam Gas Reservoirs D.P. Olarte Caro, Santos
1420-1440 210621 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Understand the Unconventional Reservoir Heterogeneity via Far-field Sonic Imaging and Chemical Tracer Evaluations: A Case Study from Wulalike Shale Gas Exploration in Ordos Basin Z. Cui, Yangtze University; S. Xi, Z. Ma, G. Wang, Petrochina Changqing Oilfield Company; N. Fu, Changqing Downhole Technology Company; G. Yu, Petrochina Changqing Oilfield Company; L. Zhao, National Engineering Laboratory for Low-Permeability Oil & Gas Field Exploration and Development, Pe; Y. Liu, Y. Chen, Y. Li, C. Qu, Q. Wang, Z. Ma, J.H. Le Calvez, Schlumberger
1440-1500 210642 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Integration of Mineralogy, Petrophysics, Geochemistry and Geomechanics to Evaluate Unconventional Shale Resources G. Hui, Unconventional Petroleum Research Institute, China University of Petroleum (Beijing), China; F. Gu, PetroChina Research Institute of Petroleum Exploration and Development, CNPC; Z. Chen, Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, University of Calgary
1400-1420 210764 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Fines Migration and Production in CSG Reservoirs: Laboratory and Modelling Study A. Hashemi, S. Borazjani, C. Nguyen, G. Loi, A. Badalyan, B. Dang-Le, P. Bedrikovetsky, University of Adelaide
15:30 - 16:00
eP02  Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 2 Hall N and O, Ground Level
Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1600 210685 Completions Effective Well Engineering Approach for Completion Intervention, Stimulation and Flow Measurement to Enhance Efficiency and Production Performance A. Alharbi, Saudi Aramco; A. Khan, Schlumberger; H. AlObaid, S. Ashby, Saudi Aramco; D. Ahmed, Schlumberger
1530-1600 210615 Production & Operations Unified Gas Injection and Gas Export Management via Process Automation M.Z. Mohd Sahak, M.M. Myo Thant, T.A. Tuan Mat, Petroliam Nasional Berhad; E. Castillano, A. Bhave, Shell
1530-1600 210666 Completions Acid Stimulation Campaign in Ghana Offshore Using Riserless Light Well Intervention Vessel G. Leo, S. Borra, P.G. Pasquali, G. Sala, L. Borri, D. Flamminio, D. Stocchi, C. Mastrocola, A. Lazzari, M. Tadini, L. Ferraro, A. Fiameni, Eni S.p.a
1530-1600 210643 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Integrated Network Modelling for More Robust Production Prediction in Challenging Subsea Deepwater Development C. Lajim Sayung, M. Fen Foo, N. Hamza, M.K. Sahrudin, A. Khalid, PETRONAS
1530-1600 210647 Drilling Horizontal Coal Seam Gas Well Orientation Optimisation: The Impact of Stress Regime E. Saber, The University of Queensland; Q. Qu, CSIRO; S. Aminossadati, Z. Chen, The University of Queensland
1530-1600 210750 Smart MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communication Frameworks for Subsurface Wireless Sensor K. Katterbauer, A. Al Shehri, Saudi Aramco
16:00 - 17:30
PS02  Panel Session 2: Exploration and Appraisal of Frontier Plays City Rooms 3 and 4, Upper Level
Moderator(s) Jan Bon Jr. - Petrolab Australia, Raymond Johnson Jr. - The University of Queensland
Speaker(s) Sam Algar - Beach Energy, Chen Kah Seong - PETRONAS, Rebecca Jones - Santos, Thomas Nador - Buru Energy

The world is moving to a net zero carbon future with a strong drive to reduce dependence on oil and gas. In this reality, the quest for new oil and gas discoveries needs to adapt; changing the frontier exploration paradigm. Furthermore, many frontier plays require new technologies and multi-disciplined approaches to achieve success; challenging conventional roles and skills. In this panel session, we will hear from some of the region’s most active explorers on the challenges they face, and the opportunities that the new frontier exploration paradigm creates.

Sharing their experiences from active exploration campaigns in Australia and the wider Asia Pacific region, the panellists will focus on the value proposition of frontier exploration, including risk evaluation in the current climate of energy transition and investor activism. 

The panel will address:
•    What is the preferred hydrocarbon type, do we prefer gas over oil?
•    What does the new reality of a net zero carbon world mean for cycle times? What do we anticipate the value of future discoveries to be in the second half of this century?
•    How much room is there for developments with high greenhouse gas (GHG) impacts due to the reservoir fluid composition?
•    How important is minimising future GHG footprint; for example, do we explore for Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) in parallel?
•    What new technologies or multi-disciplined approaches are required to achieve success?


Jan Bon Jr.
Manager, Reservoir Fluids Specialist
Petrolab Australia

Raymond Johnson Jr.
Professor of Well Engineering and Production Technology
The University of Queensland


Sam Algar
Group Executive
Exploration and Subsurface
Beach Energy

Thomas Nador
Chief Executive Officer
Buru Energy

Chen Kah Seong
Vice President - Centre of Excellence

Rebecca Jones
Vice President Subsurface


16:00 - 17:30
TS03  Technical Session 03: Gas Supply and Technology City Room 1, Upper Level
Session Chairpersons Arif Azhan Abdul Manap - PETRONAS, Shripad Biniwale - Schlumberger
Time Paper # Presentation
1600-1620 210631 Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility A Thermodynamic Model for Prediction of Solubility of Elemental Mercury in Natural Gas, Produced Water and Hydrate Inhibitors L.T. Lim, Calsep Asia Pacific Sdn. Bhd.; H. Sorensen, Calsep A/S; S. Leekumjorn, Calsep Inc.; A. Pottayil, Calsep Asia Pacific Sdn. Bhd.
1620-1640 210626 Production & Operations Advanced Gas Separation Membrane for Optimised Methane Recovery and Reduction Of Green House Gas Emission J.C. Murphy, S. Vassiloudis, N.A. September, M. Eghtedari, D.P. Koulouris, Kemplant Pty. Ltd.
1640-1700 210697 Production & Operations Compressor Dry Gas Seal Failure Mitigation for Reliable Gas Injection System at Banyu Urip Field N.S. Huang, Y.H. Putra, ExxonMobil Cepu Ltd
1700-1720 210760 Production & Operations Impact of Hydrogen Sulfide Scavenger Residuals on the Fluorescence Behaviour of OIW Discharges from Gas-Condensate Production M. Lehmann, INPEX Australia Pty. Ltd.; G. Vamvounis, S. Bloom, James Cook University; J. Prout, H. Gordon-Wright, S. Das, INPEX Australia Pty. Ltd.
16:00 - 17:30
TS04  Technical Session 04: Making the Best of Your Existing Assets with Big Data and Machine Learning City Room 2, Upper Level
Session Chairpersons Ruizhi Zhong - The University of Queensland, Raj Deo Tewari - PETRONAS Research Sdn. Bhd., Chris Fair - Oilfield Data Services, Inc.
Time Paper # Presentation
1600-1620 210757 A Holistic Approach to Big Data and Data Analytics for Automated Reservoir Surveillance and Analysis C.L. Jordan, R. Koochak, M. Roberts, A. Nalonnil, M. Honeychurch, Fossilytics Engineered Solutions
1620-1640 210674 Novel Application of AI: Harnessing Tacit Knowledge for LNG Plant Start-up K. Lee, PETRONAS; X. Yeap, E. Khoo, Y. Lee, S. Yong, Y. Hiew, PETRONAS Digital Sdn. Bhd.; H. Maamor, S. Zulkaple, Malaysia LNG Sdn. Bhd.
1640-1700 210727 Production & Operations Success Story of Novel Digital Transformation Tool for Offshore Surface Facilities Bottlenecking Analysis P. Pechvijitra, M. Sangwattanachai, N. Atibodhi, S. Dhadachaipathomphong, J. Srichaitumrong, J. Juengsiripitak, R. Techasuwanna, S. Watanapanich, K. Watanakun, PTT Exploration and Production
1700-1720 210614 Well Portfolio Optimisation: Accelerating Generation of Well Intervention Candidates with Automated Analytics and Machine Learning: A Case Study from Attaka Field, Indonesia E.H. Siahaan, I. Mamat, S.S. Laksana, A. Setyowibowo, Pertamina Hulu Kalimantan Timur; A.A. Naufal, O.E. Wulandari, S. Metra, A.K. Nainggolan, O. Arinandy, L. Ellen, M.D. Pramita, A. Tjiong, Y. Wilian, P. Songchitruksa, Schlumberger

Tuesday, October 18

08:30 - 14:30
Energy4me Teachers and Education Day Room L2-L3, Ground Level

Energy4Me is an initiative to share fresh energy education teaching and learning methodologies with local high school teachers. Local high school students are introduced to the discipline of petroleum engineering and the industry through hands-on activities and meaningful sharing sessions by industry leaders and young professionals.

09:00 - 10:30
PS03  Panel Session 3: Pivoting Our Profession - Petroleum Engineering in a Net Zero Carbon World City Rooms 3 and 4, Upper Level
Moderator(s) Chris Mijnssen - Arrow Energy, Marie-Louise Lees - EnergyQuest, Stephen Begg - The University of Adelaide
Speaker(s) Katarina Van Der Haar - RISC, Greg Knagge - Nation Creative, Simon Smith - Australia Pacific LNG, Rahim Masoudi - PETRONAS, Andrew Garnett - The University of Queensland

Our profession is facing challenges as the world moves to reduce reliance on hydrocarbons in favour of other energy sources.  Development and production of oil and gas will need to be more sustainable as countries move to meet carbon targets.  This panel session will consider some of the issues our profession will be facing, and not the least is attracting people to work in a profession which is not viewed favourably by the public and is likely thought to have a limited future.  

Topics to be considered include:

•    What is the future for petroleum engineers? Could there to be a shortage in 10+ years or will the discipline disappear? 
•    What new/emerging skills will petroleum engineers need? Do they need safety net skills?
•    Re-skilling: What are the relative merits of hiring people from other engineering disciplines and giving them narrow, job-specific training, versus those that have a broader, full petroleum engineering education?
•    Who will be the dominant employers of petroleum engineers?
•    How do we get the positive benefits of the industry understood by the public, and attract people to the profession? 
•    What is in a petroleum engineers “way of thinking” that is valuable in the new energy environment, not just the “tools”, what do they bring to the table?
•    Are there current and emerging areas of petroleum engineering research that “will make a real difference”?


Chris Mijnssen
Bowen Development Manager
Arrow Energy

Marie-louise Lees
Senior Associate
Energy Quest

Steve Begg
Australian School of Petroleum and Energy Resources
The University of Adelaide


Simon Smith
Principal Petroleum Engineer
Australia Pacific LNG

Greg Knagge
Chief Executive Officer
Nation Creative

Rahim Masoudi
Group Technical Authority and Custodian Reservoir Engineering Resource Development and Management
Malaysia Petroleum Management
Upstream Business

Katarina Van Der Haar 
Reservoir Engineering Consultant

Andrew Garnett
UQ Centre for Natural Gas
The University of Queensland


09:00 - 10:30
TS05  Technical Session 05: Drilling: The ‘Nuts and Bolts’ City Room 1, Upper Level
Session Chairpersons Sadegh Asadi - Baker Hughes, Sulaiman Sidek - PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd., David Brink - Beach Energy Ltd.
Time Paper # Presentation
0900-0920 210734 Drilling Evolution of Re-entry Well Drilling Performance to Reduce 60% Well Cost: Making the Impossible Possible Towards the Second Life of Mahakam K.P. Haryasukma, A. Nurmida, R. Saputra, I.S. Saptawirawan, L. Andhika, R.H. Hutahaean, Pertamina Hulu Mahakam
0920-0940 210722 Drilling Drilling Riser Affecting Shallow Water Wellhead Fatigue J. Lee, T.K. Lim, 2H Offshore Engineering Pty. Ltd.; L. Young, M. Porter, Beach Energy
0940-1000 210780 Drilling Stiff String Casing Design with 3D Orientated Casing Wear B. Nobbs, F. Aichinger, Helmerich & Payne
1000-1020 210730 Drilling De-risking and Optimisation During Gas Field Development Using Integrated Ultra-deep Reservoir Mapping and Advanced Surveying Technology: A Case Study from Offshore Malaysia M.A. Abu Talib, M.S. Zulkifli, M.N. Annuar, M.Q. Ahmad Ani, M. Mondali, N. Mohamed, D.J. Shields, R.S. Djumeno, F. Yusoff, A. Ozoemena, W.M. Wan Muda, W.A. Wan Mohamad, R. Hardiani, P.K. Rajan, M.A. Mustafa, K.A. Bukhari, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.; M.A. Zaba, K.A. Alang, T.N. Phung, H. Wang, Schlumberger
09:00 - 10:30
TS06  Technical Session 06: Reliability and Integrity City Room 2, Upper Level
Session Chairpersons Suchada Punpruk - PTT Exploration and Production Public Co. Ltd., Ahmad Reza Younessi - Baker Hughes
Time Paper # Presentation
0900-0920 210708 Production & Operations Reliability Improvement of Auxiliary Boiler Feed Water Pump Caused by Vibration Issue and Capacity Oversized by Pump Upgrading Using Frequency Response Function Inspection Test Method Basis K. Permadi, A.A. Firdauzi, S. Syamsuddin, ExxonMobil Cepu Ltd.; S. Waluyo, Pertamina EP Cepu
0920-0940 210767 Production & Operations A New Sustainable Self-healing System: Autonomous Repair for Glass Reinforced Epoxy Liner for Water Injector Tubing N.D. Aba, M.S. Samsudin, M. Zakaria, A. Mohammed Nor, PETRONAS Research Sdn. Bhd.; R. Varley, J. Zhang, Institute for Frontier Materials, Deakin University
0940-1000 210619 Projects, Facilities & Construction Extension of Non-sour Severity Boundary for Carbon Steel Pipeline S. Kumseranee, S. Punpruk, N. Dararatana, PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Ltd.
10:30 - 11:00
eP03  Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 3 Hall N and O, Ground Level
Time Paper # Presentation
1030-1100 210777 Drilling Delivering Proactive Real-time Drilling Decision for Extended Reach Drilling Well via Dynamic Trend-based Monitoring System B. Richard, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.; M. Saarani, S. Sulaiman, Eftech Drilling Solution Sdn Bhd; M. Meor Hashim, M.F. Arriffin, R. Ghazali, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.
1030-1100 210723 Drilling Service Quality Improvement Plan Using FEA Fatigue Analysis Minimises Jar Twist-off in Challenging Applications C. Boufama, B. Yang, S. Alfaraedhi, G.D. Alexander, A.A. Almakhamel, H.V. Gupta, Schlumberger
1030-1100 210700 Completions Rigless Plug and Abandonment: A Case Study of Temporary Abandonment Optimisation for Slot Re-entry Preparation in Mahakam Swamp Area G.P. Pancawisna, K. Khairunnisa, E. Suprapto, T. Hutapea, A. Widhiyantoro, S. Lie, W. Sumarhadi, PT Pertamina Hulu Mahakam; M.I. Ferdiansyah, PT Pertamina Hulu Kalimantan Timur; A. Armain, A.S. Andini, PT Elnusa, Tbk; A.F. Safitra, PT Elnusa Fabrikasi Konstruksi
1030-1100 210726 Completions Assessment of Requirements for OCTG Connections in Hydrogen Storage Wells P. Martin, E. Verger, P. Mauger, A. Rodriguez, L. Boufflers, A. Lasjournades, N. Brahmi, Vallourec
1030-1100 210756 Production & Operations Real Time, Automatic Injecting of Foaming Agent for Gas Deliquification in CQQK Gas Field: A Case Study G. Cao, N. Li, H. Wang, Research Institute of Exploration & Development,PetroChina; R. Zhong, The University of Queensland; T. Shi, Tarim Oilfield Branch, PetroChina
1030-1100 210640 Drilling Implementation of Unique Eccentric Reamer Tool to Improve Pull Out of Hole Time and Casing Running Through Borehole Conditioning: A Case Study in Onshore Drilling West Java, Indonesia T.H. Aribowo, M. Sutan, F. Ruzi, K. Darmawan, NOV Inc.; I.D. Adhi, A. Restyanto, A. Hanafiah, Pertamina EP
11:00 - 12:30
PS04  Panel Session 4: Decarbonisation of the Upstream Oil & Gas Industry City Rooms 3 and 4, Upper Level
Moderator(s) Natalie Chadud - Origin Energy, Prady Chaliha - Osaka Gas Australia
Speaker(s) Trey Meckel - Monteverde Energy, Yvette Manolas - Woodside Energy, Mousa Namavar - Schlumberger, Amir Harudin - PETRONAS

There has been increasing public and government pressure regarding the impact of the oil and gas industry on climate. Sustainable investment is gaining traction. Investors are prioritising or restricting investments in favour of sustainable energy. Upstream companies are under pressure to decarbonise, and this is likely to intensify. A growing number of companies are establishing emission-reduction and net-zero targets and increasing the transparency of the environmental effects of their operations. Decarbonisation of the oil and gas industry, with energy transition to low-carbon energy including renewables, will continue. Gas, including liquefied natural gas (LNG), will continue to have demand in the near future; driven by the energy transition, such as, shifting away from coal and as back-up to renewables. However, blue hydrogen from gas, with carbon capture and storage (CCS), along with green hydrogen, will gain momentum. Hydrogen, ammonia, methanol and CCS/carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) will all be interesting areas for the oil and gas industry going forward. 

Research and development, and innovations will be crucial for technical solutions and lowering the cost of decarbonisation. Many hurdles remain for widespread use of CCS/CCUS and hydrogen, both technical and economical. Government incentives and policies, including carbon pricing, will also play a role.

This panel will focus on the transition and diversification strategies of the oil and gas industry, and the pace of energy transition and its impact on the industry. It will also discuss the roles of, and collaboration, amongst governments, financial institutions/investors, big international oil companies (IOC), national oil companies (NOC), smaller producers, service companies and research organisations in the decarbonisation of our industry.


Natalie Chadud
Subsurface Lead
Origin Energy

Prady Chaliha
General Manager - Development
Osaka Gas Australia

Raj Deo Tewari
Chief Scientist
PETRONAS Research Sdn. Bhd.


Trey Meckel
Monteverde Energy

Mousa Namavar
Asia Pacific Regional Manager for CCS

Yvette Manolas
Global Head of Decarbonisation
Woodside Energy

Amir Harudin
Head of Carbon Management Performance and Improvement

11:00 - 12:30
TS07  Technical Session 07: Artificial Lift: Making Production Easy City Room 1, Upper Level
Session Chairpersons Trevor Wadham - Beach Energy, Mohamad Syahezat Ismail - PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd., Roumen Sankoff - Santos Ltd.
Time Paper # Presentation
1100-1120 210695 Production & Operations CO2 Tracer as an Alternate Data Acquisition Strategy to Accelerate Gaslift Optimisation and Maximise Oil Production A.Z. Chin, K. Chaw, A.A. Kamis, Z. Zainul, N. Minggu, C. Ting, D. Kamat, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.
1120-1140 210744 Completions The First Successful Offshore Slickline Deployed Esp Project In Asia I. Sanni, J. Fung, L. Ong, O. Owoyemi, F. Suhaimin, M. Jasni, Brunei Shell Petroleum Co. Sdn. Bhd. (BSP); B. Noto, Shell; D. Malone, G. Nutter, E. Sheridan, S. Hashem, M. Loli, AccessESP
1140-1200 210645 Production & Operations Analytical and Experimental Study of Oil/Water Emulsion in Multi Stage Electric Submersible Pump M.R. Ridlah, Pertamina Hulu Energi; H. Zhu, H. Zhang, The University of Tulsa
1200-1220 210687 Production & Operations Study on the Labyrinth Screw Pump Performance for Heavy Oil Production Z. Wang, J. Zhu, China University of Petroleum (Beijing); G. Cao, PetroChina Research Inst. of Petroleum Exploration & Development; H. Zhu, China University of Petroleum (Beijing); R. Zhong, The University of Queensland; H. Zhu, University of Tulsa
11:00 - 12:30
TS08  Technical Session 08: Making the Best of Big Data and Machine Learning for Understanding Your Subsurface City Room 2, Upper Level
Session Chairpersons Yawar Saeed - Schlumberger, Maria Elena Gonzalez Perdomo - The University of Adelaide
Time Paper # Presentation
1100-1120 210711 Estimation of Rock Permeability Scores Using Machine Learning Methods R. Qalandari, R. Zhong, C. Salehi, N. Chand, R.L. Johnson Jr., The University of Queensland; G. Vazquez, J. Mclean-Hodgson, J. Zimmerman, Senex Energy
1120-1140 210668 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Enhancing Channelised Features Interpretability Using Deep Learning Predictive Modelling S. Mad Sahad, N. Tan, M. Sajid, E.A. Jones, PETRONAS
1140-1200 210769 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Applying Data Analytics and Machine Learning Methods for Recovery Factor Prediction and Uncertainty Modelling M. Kumar, K. Swaminathan, ERCE (Singapore); A. Rusli, ERCE (Malaysia); A. Thomas-Hy, ERCE (Australia)
1200-1220 210629 Machine Learning for Prediction of Co2 Minimum Miscibility Pressure M. Shakeel, KFUPM; M.R. Khan, Schlumberger; S. Kalam, R.A. Khan, S. Patil, KFUPM
12:30 - 13:00
eP04  Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 4 Hall N and O, Ground Level
Time Paper # Presentation
1230-1300 210703 Projects, Facilities & Construction ZEEpod Lightweight Structure Installation A. Abu Bakar, M. M Said, PETRONAS; W. Samarakkody, H. Perera, ZEE Engineering
1230-1300 210702 Drilling An Integrated Approach in Pore Pressure Prediction Contributes to Drilling Success of a HPHT Wildcat Well in South China Sea L. Guan, X. Wang, CNOOC Shenzhen; S. Wang, Y. Zhou, S. Ong, A. Ghosh, D. Wiprut, Baker Hughes
1230-1300 210745 Drilling Offshore Mahakam Architecture Optimisation and Cost Reduction with Tapered String for Combined Gravel Pack and Tubingless Completion in One Section L. Andhika, R.H. Hutahaean, R. Saputra, I. Saptawirawan, A. Nurmida, K.P. Haryasukma, Pertamina Hulu Mahakam
1230-1300 210637 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Evaluating In-situ Gelation Property for Conformance Improvement J. Wang, A. Sofi, Y. Zahid, A.M. Boqmi, Saudi Aramco
1230-1300 210682 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Innovative Technique Using High Resolution Resistivity Image in Coal Seam Gas Permeability Estimation M. Oraby, J. Luft, F. Zhou, D. Kuznetsov, S. Keogh, Arrow Energy Pty. Ltd.; M. Alboub, Schlumberger Australia Pty. Ltd.
14:00 - 15:30
PS05  Panel Session 5: Sustainable Decommissioning and Repurposing City Rooms 3 and 4, Upper Level
Moderator(s) Miles Ponsonby - NOPSEMA, David Manning - Oilfield Technologies
Speaker(s) Francis Norman - Centre of Decommissioning Australia (CODA), Alireza Salmachi - Adelaide University, Kamran Zaheer Khalfay - Beach Energy, Stephen Alexander McBride - Reverse Engineering Services Ltd.

“Sustainable Decommissioning”: It is estimated that in Australia alone, cost of decommissioning existing assets is in the region of USD40.5 billion, with the majority of that cost coming from well abandonment and pipeline removal. 

The cost of removal is one thing and in addition, removal generates a massive volume of waste to manage.  It is estimated, again in Australia, that there are 237,000 tonnes of topsides and 518,000 tonnes of substructure alone that must be processed, and these figures do not include floating facilities, pipelines, flexibles and others.

What does “sustainable decommissioning” mean in this context?  It may possibly signify that the process considers potential to repurpose or reuse in-situ equipment.  Could this mean looking for the lowest environmental impact during the “act” of decommissioning and then find ways to reuse, repurpose or recycle removed equipment with storage or land fill as a point of last resort for everything?

At present there are more questions than answers. This session will explore these questions and possibly show what is already in process, and what needs further developing.

•    What is feasible for repurposing wells? Could they be used for carbon dioxide (CO2) injection or other ‘waste fluids’? Various waste products can be ‘transported’ to be selected/repurposed for offshore facilities for reinjection.
•    Can offshore structures be converted to generate hydrogen from renewable energy resources?
•    Is it possible to use existing pipeline infrastructure to transport hydrogen?
•    What materials require disposal and how should it be done?
•    What could be recycled? For example, concrete can be broken down and used as road-base or metal melted and reused.
•    What are the capability and capacity gaps?
•    Could this become a new and growing industry, and would it be only limited to oil and gas decommissioning?
•    When abandoning wells, what does “the eternal perspective” require?


Miles Ponsonby
Well Integrity Team Lead

David Manning
Managing Director
Oilfield Technologies


Alireza Salmachi
Senior Lecturer, Australian School of Petroleum & Energy Resources
Adelaide University 

Francis Norman
General Manager
Centre of Decommissioning Australia (CODA)

Kamran Zaheer Khalfay
General Manager Technical
Beach Energy

Stephen McBride
Country Manager Australasia
Reverse Engineering Services Ltd.

14:00 - 15:30
TS09  Technical Session 09: Well Integrity: Making it Last Longer City Room 1, Upper Level
Session Chairpersons Raymond Johnson Jr. - The University of Queensland, Romi Branajaya - Interwell
Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1420 210709 Production & Operations Malaysia's First Real-time Fibre Optic Logging with High-fidelity Distributed Acoustic and Temperature Survey Conveyed via Slickline: A Solution for Uncertain Downhole Integrity Condition S.S. Shahril, M.A. Mohd Johan, D.N. Mohd Munir, M.A. Mamat, P. Benton, EnQuest Petroleum Production Malaysia Ltd.; A.H. Ahmad Azhari, N. Zainal Abidin, H. Hashim, Neural Oilfield Service Sdn. Bhd.; V. Mahue, B. Pouladi, P. Dawson, Silixa Ltd.
1420-1440 210620 Drilling Application of Innovative Resin System to Improve Wellbore Integrity: Case Studies from Saudi Arabia W. Ali, F.A. Al Turki, A. Abbas, M. Alalhareth, TAQA Well Services
1440-1500 210639 Completions Thermodynamic Modelling on Wellbore Cement Integrity During Underground Hydrogen Storage in Depleted Gas Reservoirs L. Zeng, M. Sarmadivaleh, A. Saeedi, Curtin University; A. Yaseri, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals; C. Dowling, G. Buick, Beach Energy; Q. Xie, Curtin University
1500-1520 210751 Drilling Evaluation of Zonal Isolation Material for Low Temperature Shallow Gas Zone Application M.N. Agista, M. Khalifeh, A. Saasen, University of Stavanger
14:00 - 15:30
TS10  Technical Session 10: Enhanced Recovery City Room 2, Upper Level
Session Chairpersons Seyed Mousa Mousavi Mirkalaei - Computer Modelling Group, Abbas Zeinijahromi - The University of Adelaide
Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1420 210657 Reservoir Description & Dynamics A Lab-to-field Approach and Evaluation of Low-salinity Waterflooding Process for High-temperature High-pressure Carbonate Reservoirs H.K. Sarma, N. Singh, A.F. Belhaj, University of Calgary; A.K. Jain, G. Gopal, V. Srivastava, Institute of Reservoir Studies/Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd.
1420-1440 210696 Production & Operations Evaluation of the Potential of Foam Producing Microorganism Improving Heterogeneity of Permeability for Novel Microbial Foam EOR M. Ito, Y. Sugai, Kyushu University
1440-1500 210778 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Reservoir Souring Simulation and Modelling Study for Field with Long History of Water Injection: History Matching, Prediction, and Mitigation A.H. Mithani, E.A. Rosland, M.A. Jamaludin, W.R. Wan Ismail, M.T. Lajawai, I.H. A Salam, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.
1500-1520 210664 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Surface Treated Nanoparticles as Foam Stabilising Agent in Enhanced Water-Alternating-Gas (EWAG) Application A.A. Abdul Manap, N. Razali, M.I. Mahamad Amir, I.C. Chai, PETRONAS
15:30 - 16:00
eP05  Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 5 Hall N and O, Ground Level
Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1600 210612 Drilling Enabling Multidisciplinary Collaboration in Rig Acceptance via Digital Rig Acceptance Workflow (DRAW) Solution R. Azman, Faazmiar Technology Sdn. Bhd.; M.M. Meor Hashim, L. Norhashimi, N.A. Norazman, M.F. Arriffin, R. Ghazali, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.
1530-1600 210624 Drilling Integrated Drill String Design Elevates Drilling Efficiency in Challenging Basement Formation R.Y. Mardiana, Schlumberger; O. Soekmono, D. Melkybudiantoro, PT Pertamina EP; K. Bonafid, R. Vataneta, Schlumberger
1530-1600 210651 Completions The Practical Design of a Carbon Storage Injection Well Completion Using In-line Flow Control Devices to Maintain Injection Stability M.R. Konopczynski, A. Petitt, Tendeka
1530-1600 210733 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Successful Use of Novel Bio-based Surfactant Internal Ketone Sulfonate (IKS) Chemistry for Indonesian High Temperature Reservoir: Formulation Development to Oil Recovery Efficiency in Native Reservoir Core I. Fauzi, S. Sulistiyani, I. Permadi, Pertamina Hulu Energi; A.B. Prasetyo, D. Miyondri, A.N. Utami, SKK Migas; U. Pasarai, H. Eni, Y.B. Wangge, PPPTMGB Lemigas; S. Roy, C. Vidaillac, Solvay; M. Mascle, IFPEN
1530-1600 210654 Novel Feature Augmentation and Input Reshaping Strategy for Accurate Seismic-based Elastic Property Prediction Using Deep Learning M. Law, M.S. Jaya, E.A. Jones, PETRONAS Research Sdn. Bhd.
1530-1600 210774 Production & Operations A New-type Eccentric Christmas Tree for Hollow Rod Electric Heating in Offshore ESP Wells T. Fang, B. Shang, X. Han, S. Zhao, Y. Zhou, Y. Qi, CNOOC Ltd.; T. Hao, China University of Petroleum (Beijing)
16:00 - 17:30
TS11  Technical Session 11: Subsurface Storage Technology for the Energy Transition City Rooms 3 and 4, Upper Level
Session Chairpersons Matthew Flett - Chevron Australia, Ludovic Ricard - CSIRO
Time Paper # Presentation
1600-1620 210638 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Comprehensive Approach for Modelling Underground Hydrogen Storage in Depleted Gas Reservoirs H. Ali, PETRONAS; Z. Hamdi, Heriot-Watt University; O. Talabi, Schlumberger; G. Pickup, Heriot-Watt University; S. Nizam, PETRONAS
1620-1640 210763 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Near-wellbore Damage Associated with Formation Dry-out and Fines Migration During Co2 Injection L. Alchin, A. Lymn, T. Russell, A. Badalyan, P. Bedrikovetski, A. Zeinijahromi, The University of Adelaide
1640-1700 210784 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Carbon Capture and Storage in Depleted Hydrocarbon Reservoirs: Lessons Learned from Projects in Asia Pacific D. Wong, P.A. Adam, GaffneyCline Singapore
1700-1720 210772 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Comparison of the Time-Lapse 4D Seismic Characteristics in MMV between Carbonate and Clastic Reservoirs as CO2 Storage in Malay and Sarawak Basins, Malaysia P.K. Tiwari, D.P. Das, A. Widyanita, R. Jordan Leite, P. Chidambaram, R. Masoudi, R.D. Tewari, PETRONAS
16:00 - 17:30
TS12  Technical Session 12: Drilling and Completion Fluids: What's in the 'Mix’ City Room 1, Upper Level
Session Chairpersons David Manning - Oilfield Technologies, Siti Najmi Farhan Zulkipli - PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.
Time Paper # Presentation
1600-1620 210680 Drilling High Performance and Recyclability of WBM on the GWF-3 Project M. Nasiri Zahed, A. Punler, C. Purkis, A. Boase, S. Smillie, M. Duff, Woodside Energy; F. Park, J. Cobb, M-I SWACO
1620-1640 210773 Production & Operations An Integrated Holistic Well Productivity Improvement (WPI) Approach: Infill Wells of an Offshore Oilfield Experiencing Unexpected Declining Production J. Choi, N.D. Manning, L.I. Carvajal, K. Razmgar, D.K. Manning, Oilfield Technologies; M. Dabiri, G. Weathers, Roc Oil Co. Ltd.; A. Saeedi, Curtin University; R. Guillory, F. Bin Salleh, PETRONAS
1640-1700 210698 Drilling Influence of Activators and Admixtures on Rheology of Geopolymer Slurries for Well Cementing Applications M. Omran, M. Khalifeh, A. Saasen, University of Stavanger
1700-1720 210694 Drilling Swelling Mechanism Assessment of Water-based Drilling Mud by Polyvinyl Alcohol D. Poungui, Y. Sugai, K. Sasaki, R. Nguele, Kyushu University
16:00 - 17:30
TS13  Technical Session 13: Facilities and Operations City Room 2, Upper Level
Session Chairpersons Marc Lehmann - INPEX, Jeff Zhang - Wood
Time Paper # Presentation
1600-1620 210652 Production & Operations In-house Development of Arsenic in Condensate Removal of Offshore Brownfield C. Usawinchai, P. Limpanachaipornkul, S. Watanapanich, M. Sangwattanachai, T. Piromchart, K. Sangwanna, K. Chinkiri, PTT Exploration and Production PLC.
1620-1640 210610 Projects, Facilities & Construction An Innovative Solution for Sour Service Offshore Pipeline Design Utilising Multiphase Transient Simulation Modelling and Topsides Sour Gas Treatment Selections D. Awang Bakar, N. Mustaffa, R. M Norpiah, Q.M. Nazori, N. Mukhtar, Z. Jamil, N. Rahman, PETRONAS, Project Delivery & Technology
1640-1700 210724 Production & Operations Pigging the Unpiggable : A Case Study of Waxy Crude Oil Pigging Simulation and Field Implementation A. Anuar, A. A Rasib, R. M Norpiah, Z. Ali, PETRONAS
1700-1720 210608 Completions First Marginal Deepwater Field Development: Maximising Learnings and Probability of Success (POS) for Downhole Sand Control C. Lajim Sayung, N. Hamza, Z. Johar, M.K. Sahrudin, A. Khalid, PETRONAS

Wednesday, October 19

09:00 - 10:30
PS06  Panel Session 6: Economics, Financing and Reserves in Energy Transition City Rooms 3 and 4, Upper Level
Moderator(s) Peter Tippet - Chevron Australia, Gianluca Di Martino - Santos Ltd.
Speaker(s) Matthias Raab - CO2CRC Ltd., Phillip Solomon - GaffneyCline, Daniel Toleman - Wood Mackenzie, Anne-Marie Barbaro - Beach Energy, Simon Staples - APPEA

The energy transition is occurring at a rapid rate and is bringing change to the mainstream oil and gas industry that has the potential to reshape the way the industry approaches some key elements of its business model.

Some of these elements are at the core of what we do as an industry:

•    As a result of the energy transition, what are the changes we might expect to the way we operate oil and gas projects and what impact will this have on their economics?
•    What are the implications for reserves certainty, and will there need to be new rules around the booking of reserves given the new constraints that may arise?
•    What are the implications for oil and gas project financing?  Will it be more difficult to raise funds for projects and will it become more expensive as a result?  A recent example is the public announcement made by the National Australia Bank, that it will cap lending to the oil and gas sector, but it will directly finance “greenfield gas extraction” where it “plays a role in underpinning national security”.
•    What will be the government’s future approach to new (and existing) oil and gas projects?  Will they continue to support these projects, or will they come under increasing political pressure to limit the number of approvals?  An example is New Zealand banning all new offshore oil exploration in 2018.
•    What are the economics of emerging energy projects such as the Singapore Sun Cable or the Western Green Energy Hub? Do they represent truly viable projects that have the potential to economically compete with other energy funding?  Should oil and gas companies in Australia and the region consider taking part in these projects as part of their energy transition strategy?
•    And finally, what part will Carbon Capture, Utilisation, and Sequestration (CCUS) take in oil and gas companies’ strategy? Will this simply be something oil and gas companies will need to do to maintain their ability to operate, or does it represent a new and potentially material economic opportunity for the industry to pursue?

These are all key questions that will help to better outline what the future looks like for the economics, financing, and reserves of the oil and gas industry going forward.  Our panel members will address each of these questions from the perspectives of their individual expertise and paint a picture of what the future holds.


Peter Tippet
Reservoir Engineering Advisor & Reserves Coordinator
Chevron Australia

Gianluca Di Martino
WA Oil Subsurface Lead
Santos Ltd.


Simon Staples
Director – Policy & Capital Markets

Anne-Marie Barbaro
Chief Financial Officer
Beach Energy

Matthias Raab
Chief Executive Officer

Phillip Solomon
Executive Director Commercial


Daniel Toleman
LNG Content Lead – Asia
Wood Mackenzie

09:00 - 10:30
TS14  Technical Session 14: Drilling Data: What's in the ‘Sausage Making' City Room 1, Upper Level
Session Chairpersons Miles Ponsonby - NOPSEMA, Fatemeh Mehran - Halliburton
Time Paper # Presentation
0900-0920 210728 Drilling Petrophyscial Characteristics and Implications on Both Wellbore Strengthening and Wellbore Stability: A Case Study, Balsam Field, Nile Delta, Egypt W.I. Elsherbeny, Baker Hughes; A.R. Baghdady, L.M. Sharaf, Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University; A.E. Farag, British University; M.Y. Rizk, Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University; A. Khaksar, Baker Hughes
0920-0940 210705 Drilling In-depth Rheological Evaluation of Gas Tight Cement for Shallow Gas Application M.N. Agista, M. Khalifeh, A. Saasen, University of Stavanger
0940-1000 210771 Drilling Application of High-definition Reservoir Scale Mapping-while-drilling with Comprehensive Formation Evaluation in the Challenging Low Resistivity Contrast Environment N.A. Wahid Ali, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.; K.A. Alang, H. Wang, Schlumberger; A. Goh Jin Wang, S.C. Chuah, S. M Zaid, N. Sapian, N. Rafiuddin, N. Naupa, K. A Aziz, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.
10:30 - 11:00
eP06  Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 6 Hall N and O, Ground Level
Time Paper # Presentation
1030-1100 210729 Production & Operations Co2 Utilisation: Converting Waste into Valuable Products N.H. Berahim, A. Abu Seman, PETRONAS Research Sdn. Bhd.
1030-1100 210690 Production & Operations Cost Effective Plug and Abandonment Operations Through Acoustics Based Hydraulic Isolation Diagnostics D. Troup, Archer; M.I. Khalid, M.S. Ismail, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.; S.K. Batumelai, Archer Well Company (M) Sdn. Bhd.
1030-1100 210781 Probabilistic Estimation of Rigless Plug and Abandonment Campaign in Mahakam Offshore Fields R. Sinaga, B. Styward, G.A. Yandra W, Pertamina Hulu Mahakam
1030-1100 210714 Production & Operations Berri Increment Program Novel Waste Heat Recovery System F.M. Alotaibi, F.M. Al-Dossari, F.M. Al-Majed, A.M. Al-Hajri, T.A. Al-Zahrani, Saudi Aramco
1030-1100 210658 Completions Single Run Plug And Abandonment Cementing Operation Across Multiple Casings R. Anggarawinata, C.K. Yeo, H.J. Thien, Halliburton; C.H. Teo, Brunei Shell Petroleum; B. Bargewell, Coretrax
1030-1100 210653 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Preparation and Microscopic Mechanism Analysis of a New Micro-nano System for Enhanced Oil Recovery X. Wang, Z. Sun, J. Zhang, B. Huang, CNOOC Research Institute Co. Ltd.; J. Cao, China University of Petroleum (East China)
11:00 - 12:30
TS15  Technical Session 15: Decommissioning: Breaking Up is Hard to do! City Rooms 3 and 4, Upper Level
Session Chairpersons Takaaki Uetani - INPEX Corporation, Piotr Sapa - South Australian Government
Time Paper # Presentation
1100-1120 210699 Completions Redefining Well Abandonment Strategy: Tipping the Scale Towards Greater Cost and Operational Efficiency Through a Novel Multi-layer Steel Barriers Cement Bond Logging S.N. Zulkipli, D. Johare, D. Dangfa, M.F. M Amin, S. Yang, M.Z. A Razak, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.; I.S. Omar, PETRONAS Group Research and Technology
1120-1140 210616 Projects, Facilities & Construction Material Selection Process for Non-metallic Flexible Buoyancy Bags Assembly in Decommissioning and Marine Salvage I. Thiyahuddin, Z. Ahamid, PETRONAS Research Sdn. Bhd.; M. M Daud, A. Abdul Rahman, PETRONAS; M. Sulaiman, I. Abdul Hamid, X. Jing, X. Liangbiao, W. Wan Razali, Simflexi Sdn. Bhd.
1140-1200 210738 Drilling Study of Casing Shielding Effect for Rotating Magnet Ranging in Non-conventional Decommissioning Applications with Partial Access to a Target Well J. Dorey, Scientific Drilling International; D. Ridgway, Kalyna Energy
1200-1220 210783 Drilling Perf, Wash and Cementing Technique Remediates Cemented Annulus to Achieve High Quality Bond Across the Entire Interval in Complex Slot Recovery Operation B. Torvestad, T.A. Stokkeland, A. Fliss, F. Zapata Bermudez, J. Fagna, Archer; T. Fossdal, M.C. Stanghelle, Equinor
11:00 - 12:30
TS16  Technical Session 16: Reservoir Characterisation City Room 1, Upper Level
Session Chairpersons Mark Burgoyne - Santos Ltd., Jack Harfoushian - Schlumberger
Time Paper # Presentation
1100-1120 210673 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Reducing Laverda Canyon Field Production Uncertainty with Early Lifecycle Time-lapse 4D Seismic Data M. Fairburn, H.S. Pedler, J. Louis, Woodside Energy Ltd.
1120-1140 210634 Reservoir Description & Dynamics A Simplified Approach to the Analysis of Commingled Wells Whose Layers have Contrasting Skins N.C. Last, Well Test Knowledge International; K. Jongkittinarukorn, Chulalongkorn University
1140-1200 210663 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Karst Mapping on Carbonate Build Up Using Advanced Spectral Decomposition and Enhanced Variance Filter Technology at Offshore Malaysia H. Othman, H. Zhao, N. Mohsin, R. Singh, S. Isa, A.A. Awang Bujang, M.A. Ishak, A. Azmi, W. Chan, S. Mishra, PETRONAS Research Sdn. Bhd.; M. M Rosselly, Malaysia Ventures, PETRONAS
1200-1220 210754 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Correcting for Base Oil Contamination in Gas Condensate PVT Samples: An Improved Approach J. Bon, A.J. Ortega, W. Nalepa, G.T. Do, R.G. Apolloni, Petrolab Australia Pty. Ltd.
12:30 - 13:00
eP07  Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 7 Hall N and O, Ground Level
Time Paper # Presentation
1230-1300 210720 Production & Operations Novel Impulse Turbine for Non-combustion Power Generation at Offshore Platforms Towards Net Zero Carbon Emission Agenda M. Muhammad, M. Myo Thant, S.N. Shaffee, M.F. Sedaralit, PETRONAS
1230-1300 210749 Reservoir Description & Dynamics A Novel Method to Determine Relative Permeability and Capillary Pressure from Corefloods (Application to Co2 Storage) N. Hemmati, S. Borazjani, University of Adelaide; L. Genolet, A. Behr, Wintershall Holding GmbH; A. Zeinijahromi, A. Badalyan, University of Adelaide; H. Mahani, Sharif University of Technology; S.R. Mohd Shafian, PETRONAS; P.G. Bedrikovetsky, University of Adelaide
1230-1300 210741 Drilling Moving Rig Time Efficiency to Improve Operations, Reduce Non-productive Time Rig and Emission Co2 Using On Trailer T.R. Hidayat, PT Pertamina Hulu Indonesia; E. Hariagung, S. Suharto, PT Pertamina EP; F. Kurniawan, PT Pertamina EP Field Sangasanga; D. Rosandi, PT Pertamina Hulu Indonesia; R. Riswandana, R.T. Hidayat, G. Irawan, PT Pertamina EP; I. Setiadhi, N.F. Almadani, PT Pertamina Hulu Indonesia
1230-1300 210667 Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility Circular Model for E&P: Productions and Conversion to Nanosilica and Hierarchical Zeolites S. Watcharasing, PTT Exploration and Production PLC.; C. Wattanakit, A. Thivasasith, Vidyasirimedhi Institute of Science and Technology (VISTEC); P. Kiattikomol, PTT Exploration and Production PLC.
1230-1300 210672 Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility Assessment of CO2 Emissions and Reduction Technologies in Offshore Oil and Gas Fields S. Mohd Pangi, M. Md Yusof, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS
14:00 - 15:30
TS17  Technical Session 17: Case Studies: Learning from Past Performance to Create a Better Future City Rooms 3 and 4, Upper Level
Session Chairpersons Marie Louise Lees - EnergyQuest, Prady Chaliha - Osaka Gas Australia, Sri Konsep Harum Wicaksono - Pertamina Hulu Mahakam
Time Paper # Presentation
1440-1500 210775 Production & Operations Understanding Source, Genesis and Spatio-temporal Distribution of Co2 off the Offshore Sarawak, Malaysia: An Integrated Approach R. Masoudi, S. Nayak, A. Patrick Panting, M.A. M Diah, J. M Shah, H. Ismail, PETRONAS; M.J. Hoesni, M.S. Razak, N.A. Ahmad, Beicip-Franlab Asia
1400-1420 210721 Production & Operations Water Injection Pressure Management in a Deepwater Subsea Development: A Case Study from the Sangomar Field P.S. Jagtenberg, Z. Brown, Woodside Energy Ltd.
1420-1440 210752 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Multilayered Water Injection Zonal Allocation without Intervention: Maximising Value of a Smart Well by Harnessing Historical Data in Efforts to Expurgate Imprecise Injection Allocation C.L. Si, C. Kwang Chian, C. Kit Teng, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.; R.Z. Raja Zainal Raffik, Baker Hughes; R.S. Guillory, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.
1500-1520 210644 Completions Sand Production Prediction Analyses at Different Stages of Geographe Field Development A. Younessi, A. Khaksar, Baker Hughes; C. Hogue, P. McKenzie, Beach Energy
14:00 - 15:30
TS18  Technical Session 18: Completion and Production Technology: Making It Produce More City Room 1, Upper Level
Session Chairpersons Sameer Ganpule - Origin Energy, Nicholas Moses - Schlumberger
Time Paper # Presentation
1400-1420 210731 Production & Operations Mitigating Sand Production by Polymer Injection in Indonesian Offshore Field A. Zaitoun, N. Salehi, J. Bouillot, L. Hernando, Poweltec; B.R. Wijaya, Pertamina Hulu Energi, Zona-5, ONWJ; W. Reynold, Pertamina EP, Region-02; F.S. Samosir, A. Pradipta, Pertamina Hulu Energi, Zona-5, ONWJ; A. Witjaksono, W. Kurniadi, Pentraco
1420-1440 210776 Completions Analytical and Numerical Sand Production Prediction Calibrated with Field Data, Example from High-rate Gas Wells S. Asadi, A. Khaksar, Baker Hughes
1440-1500 210628 Production & Operations Implications of Recent Research into the Application of Graded Particles or Micro-proppants for Coal Seam Gas and Shale Hydraulic Fracturing R.L. Johnson Jr, H.M. Ramanandraibe, N. Di Vaira, C. Leonardi, Z. You, V. Santiago, A. Ribeiro, The University of Queensland; A. Badalyan, P. Bedrikovetsky, A. Zeinijahromi, T. Carageorgos, The University of Adelaide; A. Sanchez Barra, R. Chalaturnyk, N. Deisman, The University of Alberta
1500-1520 210641 Production & Operations Evaluation of Erosion Resistant Ceramic Coated Through Tubing Sand Screen Installation in Peninsular Malaysia S.N. Ibrahim Kamal, Z. M Zin, M.S. Abdul Rahim, N.H. Kamarul Zaman, N. Ayub, F.S. Hasnol Zam Zam, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.
15:30 - 16:00
eP08  Knowledge Sharing ePoster Session 8 Hall N and O, Ground Level
Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1600 210755 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Comparison of Porosity and Permeability from Drill Cuttings and Core Samples for Mudrocks: A Proof of Concept Study W.M. Sazali, PETRONAS Research Sdn. Bhd.; A. Busch, Heriot Watt University
1530-1600 210633 Completions Multimaterial Multiphysics Modelling Coupled with Post-fracturing Production Flow Simulations: Revamping Hydraulic Fracturing Design Strategy A. Khan, A. Khan, V. Isaev, L. Belyakova, Schlumberger
1530-1600 210633 Completions Multimaterial Multiphysics Modelling Coupled with Post-fracturing Production Flow Simulations: Revamping Hydraulic Fracturing Design Strategy A. Khan, A. Khan, V. Isaev, L. Belyakova, Schlumberger
1530-1600 210779 Production & Operations Breakthrough Stimulation Method: Dilation Cyclic Extended Breakdown to Enhance Well Injection Performance and Stimulation Cost Efficiency in South Sumatra - Indonesia N.G. Proboseno, PT Pertamina Hulu Rokan Zona 4; R. Kiay Demak, PT Pertamina EP Cepu; R. Riviana, A. Yanuardi, S. Parsaulian, D. Surya, R. Setiawan, PT Pertamina Hulu Rokan Zona 4
1530-1600 210770 Production & Operations The Impact of Initial Oil Saturation on Wormhole Propagation in Carbonate Reservoirs S.S. Abdelmoneim, American University in Cairo; H.A. Nasr-El-Din, Texas A&M University
1530-1600 210782 Reservoir Description & Dynamics Infill Horizontal Well Placement Optimisation and Execution Through Time-lapse Cased Hole and Open-hole Logs De-risking Efforts Coupled with High-definition Geosteering Frontier Technology A. Goh Jin Wang, N.A. Wahid Ali, S.C. Chuah, S.N. M Zaid, N. Naupa, N.F. Sapian, N. Rafiuddin, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.
1530-1600 210725 Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility Safety Recovery Around Failed Tree Seals in an Offshore Gas Well V. Tyagi, Shell; N. Bates, Schlumberger; I. Gurmin, Shell
16:00 - 17:30
TS19  Technical Session 19: Building the Right Capabilities for A Competitive and Sustainable Future City Rooms 3 and 4, Upper Level
Session Chairpersons Chris Mijnssen - Arrow Energy, Dominic Pepicelli - Department for Energy and Mining
Time Paper # Presentation
1600-1620 Accelerating Action: An SDG Roadmap for the Oil and Gas Sector U. Schopp, S. Depraz, IPIECA
1620-1640 210630 Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility Sustainable and Responsible Exploration and Production Operations Through Sustainable Risk Assessment Register and Matrix: A Suggestion for the Industry S.K. Teaga Rajan, N.S. Nik Khansani, J. Kueh, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.
1640-1700 210748 Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility The Pilot Recycled Drill Cuttings Road: Utilisation of Onshore Drill Cuttings Waste for Road Application P.A. Wattana, S. Somdee, S. Lamsunthia, J. Wondee, S. Chonchirdsin, PTT Exploration and Production PLC.
1700-1720 210683 Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility Protecting Shoreline Sensitive Areas and Communities from Oil Spill Risk: Plan an Effective Oil Spill Contingency Plan (OSCP) for Oil & Gas Offshore Facilities Near Most Populated Island in the World Y. Mukmin, PT Pertamina EP Cepu Regional 4; M. Harjanto, S. Setiawan, PT Pertamina EP Cepu Regional 4 Zona 11; E.H. Wagianto, PT Pertamina Hulu Energi West Madura Offshore (WMO); M. Sahli, PT Pertamina EP Sukowati