Subsurface uncertainty is one of the main challenges in using reservoir models to predict field performance for development and depletion planning purposes.

We present a novel, data-driven approach to integrated well/reservoir performance analysis and opportunity identification for mid- to late-life pattern waterfloods.

Dear SPE members and oil and gas professionals!

SPE Moscow section monthly meeting took place on May, 19.

Kamal Kamatov, drilling applications engineer in Baker Hughes, presented 'Hybrid Drill Bits: Worldwide Experience and Opportunities in Russia Caspian'.

The problem of efficient development of carbonate reservoirs has been one of the most significant and widely discussed ones in the oil industry for a long time.

Dear SPE members and oil and gas professionals!

SPE Moscow section monthly meeting took place on April, 14.

Igor Rukachev, senior geosteering engineer in Weatherford, presented 'Results of using deep azimuthal Multiple Propagation Resistivity measurements in a complex of logging while drilling horizon wellbores inside difficult geology'.

“The end of the oil era is still far away,” according to Christophe de Margerie. His prediction serves as the inspiration for this year’s SPE Russian Petroleum Technical Conference , to be held 26-28 October in Moscow. The conference has gained the reputation of the highly professional oil and gas event that provides the experts with a unique opportunity to exchange experiences and ideas in a non-profit, non-competitive environment, and to establish business contacts with regional and international colleagues.

SPE has extended the SPE Russian Petroleum Technology Conference (26-28 October 2015, Moscow, Russia) call for papers submission deadline to 23 March 2015. We hope it will give you further opportunities to submit your papers.

Dear SPE members and oil and gas professionals!

SPE Moscow section monthly meeting took place on February, 10.

Alexander Letichevskiy, Head of production stimulation and hydraulic fracturing division in OJCS Samaraneftegaz (OJSC “Rosneft” Oil Company), presented ''High pressure' hydraulic fracturing or practical experience of geomechanical modeling'.

Only Five Days Away from Paper Submission Deadline!

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SPE Moscow Section Newsletter, January 2015

Dear SPE members and oil and gas professionals!

Another SPE Moscow section monthly meeting took place on January, 20.

Mike Zuber, Technical Advisor from Schlumberger in Asia Area, presented 'Tight Coalbed Methane A Giant Worldwide Resource: How do we Produce it? (Challenges and Solutions)'.