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Reservoir Characterization and Surveillance Diagnostics

Wednesday, 22 July 2020, 9:00 a.m.–10:45 a.m.  |  Austin, Texas

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Course Content

Speakers

9:00 Introductory Remarks
9:05 Craig Cipolla, Senior Completion Engineering Advisor, Hess
9:15 Jordan Ciezobka, Senior R&D Manager, Gas Technology Institute (GTI)
9:25 David S. Schechter, Aghorn Energy Career Development Professor, Texas A&M
9:35 Daniel Emery, Waterflood Surveillance, Analysis and Optimization, Team Lead, Chevron
9:45 Moderated Discussion
10:15 Audience Q&A


Having a good reservoir understanding have always been key for decision makers to yield the highest value from their operations. However, in time of pandemic and oil price collapse, reservoir characterization and surveillance take on a new significance as a decision making tool, when individuals are working from home and teams have been gutted by furloughs and layoffs, but still complex decisions about reservoir optimization, production and transportation have to be made. We will discuss the value perceived by operators from reservoir characterization and surveillance data sources, as well which of them is considered more meaningful in today’s environment, and how to assure data integrity.

Panel Session will include a moderated Q&A period

Fee: Included with Registration


Speakers
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Craig Cipolla
Senior Completion Engineering Advisor, Hess

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Jordan Ciezobka
Senior R&D Manager, Gas Technology Institute (GTI)

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David S. Schechter
Aghorn Energy Career Development Professor, Texas A&M

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Daniel Emery
Waterflood Surveillance, Analysis and Optimization, Team Lead, Chevron

Venue

Reservoir Characterization and Surveillance Diagnostics
Austin, TX
Austin, Texas
United States

Instructor

Johannes Alvarez
Johannes Alvarez Moderator Chevron, USA

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