Oct. 21, 2008


Description

  

Kinder Morgan operates the SACROC and Yates fields, two of the largest oil fields in Texas. These types of mature oil fields exist throughout the world and many are candidates for EOR processes such as CO2 flooding. These CO2 flood candidate oil fields exhibit both positive and negative attributes for this flooding process. Operators must understand how to leverage on the positive attributes and deal with the negative attributes in a manageable fashion. Some of the positive attributes include: 1) large production and injection databases, and 2) sufficient geological data to develop reservoir descriptions. Negative attributes include: 1) problem wellbores, 2) poor past operating practices, and 3) aged infrastructure such as gathering lines and facilities. This presentation describes how such candidate reservoirs for CO2 flooding can be developed into economically successful ventures.

 

 

Deadline: Friday, October 17, 2008 at 1:00pm.


Featured Speakers

Speaker: Lanny Schoeling
Speaker Lanny Schoeling
Vice President of Engineering and Technical Development Kinder Morgan CO2 Company   Biography Lanny Schoeling P.E.   Lanny Schoeling has over 25 years of experience in many technical and managerial positions. He is currently the Vice President of Engineering and Technical Development for Kinder Morgan CO2 Company. In this position he has …

Vice President of Engineering and Technical Development
Kinder Morgan CO2 Company
 

Biography


Lanny Schoeling P.E.




 

Lanny Schoeling has over 25 years of experience in many technical and managerial positions. He is currently the Vice President of Engineering and Technical Development for Kinder Morgan CO2 Company. In this position he has hired and developed an operational excellence team, a SACROC development team, and a R&D subsurface team. In his previous position he was Chief Reservoir Engineer for unconventionals at Shell E&P, responsible for developing and managing the Commercial Reservoir Development Team. He holds a Doctorate of Engineering from the University of Kansas. He is a professional engineer in Texas and Kansas. He is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), author of numerous SPE papers, and was a distinguished lecturer in 1996 for SPE.


 


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Organizer

James Rodgerson


Date and Time

Tue, Oct. 21, 2008

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

The Westlake Club

570 West Lake Park Blvd
Houston, Texas 77079
USA