Meetings

Abstract:

For oil and gas companies, accelerating the process of assessing reserves is a strategic imperative.

SPE Russian and Caspian Advisory Committee chaired by Vladimir Mulyak, LUKOIL, and Gokhan Saygi, Schlumberger, has decided to run a workshop on EOR. Workshop on this subject will take place in Russia for the first time and is scheduled on 25-26 February in Moscow.

Registration Deadline: 10 February 2016 Instructor: NIKOLAY SMIRNOV

This course provides understanding of necessary geomechanics basics and its applications in the oil and gas industry. This course covers the origin of earth's stress and pore pressure in reservoir rocks, techniques and methods of assessment using well's data; it gives good understanding of elastic and strength (mechanical) properties of the rocks, with an introduction to the basics of experimental rock mechanics. The course also examines the main approaches of construction of Mechanical Earth Model (MEM) and the further application of these models to solve the most important issues of exploration and development of oil and gas fields. The course deals with examples of wellbore stability, modeling and forecasting abnormally high formation pressures, deals with fracturing stimulation optimization and sanding issues; also there would be covered issues of geomechanics application to unconventional, and fractured shale oil and gas.

Abstract:

Seismic data has been long and successfully used for building field models. Development of the structural framework, sequence- and seismic-stratigraphic interpretation, forecasting of reservoir properties in the inter-well space are the habitual areas of seismic studies.

Abstract:

An offshore gas field discovered with initial exploration well enters the appraisal phase with tangible uncertainties in resource base (a P10/P90 ratio of 3.1), well productivity (P10/P90 of 2.1) and cost estimates (-30%/+50% tolerance).

Abstract:

Many new projects are only marginally economic because of the low quality of reserves brought into production, their remote location from transport infrastructure, high surface facilities costs. Integrated design is one of the ways of improving their economic efficiency: joint optimization of technical solutions for reservoir development, field facilities and construction of external transport taking into account technical characteristics and cost.

Wednesday, 02 December 2015

SPE Waterflood Management Workshop

SPE Waterflood Management Workshop

Abstract:

The Orlan platform, located off the east coast of Sakhalin Island, Russia, commenced operations on the second stage of Chayvo field development in 2005.

SPE Annual Caspian Technical Conference and ExhibitionE will take place in Baku in November 2015

 

 

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