Gas Reservoir Characterizations and Challenges 25-28 March 2012

Evaluation and Development of Gas Reservoirs is of increasing importance throughout the Middle East and the World. We plan to cover a wide range of challenges in characterization of Gas Reservoirs conventionally including; techniques, methodology, workflows and case studies.
The Technical Committee is seeking abstracts on:

• Gas effects on logging measurements and interpretation challenges
• Gas oil contacts and retrograde gas/condensates
• Faults and fractures characterization
• Tight gas reservoirs
• Gas cap versus oil rim development
• Petroleum system of gas reservoirs; source, generation, expulsion, migration, trapping, reservoir to oil gas cracking, dismigration
• Irreducible/residual gas saturations / SCAL & Saturation highest function
• Sour gas
• Gas injection / reservoir monitoring/ EOR
• Case Studies
• Rock physics in carbonate/ Seismic / AVO

In addition to the above, there will be Panel Session to discuss the issues related to Gas Reservoir Development. The final Session Topics selected will vary with the submissions received.

Abu Dhabi InterContinentalAbu Dhabi InterContinental

Abu Dhabi City Abu Dhabi City

WHO WILL BE THERE:

Petrophysicists,Reservoir Engineers and other Geoscientists working on core analysis,log analysis,production
logging,reservoir characterization,
reservoir modeling,integration of disciplines.

DISCUSSION GROUPS:

Small breakout groups will further discuss
the topics presented in the morning and then
report back in a plenary session.

SPEAKER SOLICITATION:

SPWLA Topical Conferences are informal,
off-the-record discussions focused on a
specific area. No papers or abstracts are
published. We seek presentations from people
who wish to speak. We welcome diversity of
expertise to foster a genuine learning event.

Preliminary Agenda: This will be modified based on speakers’ abstracts

Monday, 25th March – Evening
6pm Icebreaker Reception and Registration
7pm Welcome from SPWLA Abu Dhabi Chapter
8pm Close
Tuesday, 26th March
8am Welcome & Introduction – Opening & Keynote Address
9am Technical Presentation Session
1pm Lunch
2pm Afternoon Session – Breakout Group Sessions followed by Breakout Team Reports
5pm Close
Evening Conference Dinner
Wednesday, 27th March
8am Welcome & Introduction – Opening & Keynote Address
9am Technical Presentation Session
1pm Lunch
2pm Afternoon Session – Breakout Group Sessions followed by Breakout Team Reports
5pm Close
Evening Conference Dinner
Thursday, 28th March
8am Welcome & Introduction – Opening & Keynote Address
9am Technical Presentation Session
1pm Lunch
2pm Afternoon Session – Breakout Group Sessions followed by Breakout Team Reports
4 pm Conference Closing Remarks

 

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