Feb. 18, 2009


Description

The Application of Chemical Tracers in Enhanced Oil Recovery:
Treatment Design, Operational Considerations and Case Histories
 
This presentation will provide an overview of the application of chemical tracers in enhanced oil recovery operations. The presentation will include the use of chemical tracers in water-flood, gas-flood, and steam-flood applications. Detailed discussions of treatment design principles, operational considerations, sampling criteria, and sample analysis will be included. A significant portion of the presentation will be devoted to data interpretation and the application of the interpretive conclusions. Field case histories will cover formation heterogeneity evaluation, sweep efficiency determination, and reservoir layering identification.
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Featured Speakers

Speaker Mahmoud Asadi
Intl Technology Mgr ProTechnics Mahmoud Asadi is currently the International Technology Manager for ProTechnics in Houston. His primary emphasis at present is the global application of chemical tracing technologies in water floods and gas floods. Mahmoud previously held an R&D supervisory position at Stim-Lab, another division of Core Laboratories. In …

Intl Technology Mgr
ProTechnics
Mahmoud Asadi is currently the International Technology Manager for ProTechnics in Houston. His primary emphasis at present is the global application of chemical tracing technologies in water floods and gas floods. Mahmoud previously held an R&D supervisory position at Stim-Lab, another division of Core Laboratories. In his Stim-Lab role, he was involved with hydraulic fracturing, sand control, perforating, and wellbore cleanup. He has served on the SPE Editorial Review Committee, International Formation Damage Committee, and Well Completions Committee. He is currently the chairman of the ISO 13503/SC3 Completions Fluids Committee and the API SC13/TG9 Stimulation and Fracturing Fluids Properties Committee. He holds BS and MS degrees from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and a PhD from the University of Kansas, all in petroleum engineering.

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Organizer

Phil Sullivan


Date and Time

Wed, Feb. 18, 2009

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

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Location

The WestLake Club - Carriage Room

570 WestLake Park Blvd
Houston, Texas 77079