April 21, 2009


Description

Statistics indicate that seven barrels of water are produced for every barrel of oil in the United States.   The Permian Basin combined with its secondary and tertiary recovery, and geologic heterogeneity, can result in poor sweep efficiency and high water/oil ratio producing wells. The purpose of this presentation is to assist the engineer in evaluating the potential application of different polymer systems for either injection well conformance or water reduction in producing wells. Despite the many products in the market, the key to successful treatments is based on proper diagnosis of the problem and use of the appropriate technology.

Featured Speakers

Speaker DAN PENDER
President and Sales Manager Gel Technologies of Midland, Texas Dan is the President and Sales Manager for Gel Technologies of Midland, Texas. He and John Gould founded the company sixteen years ago and they have operated in the U.S. and eleven other countries.   Dan is a member of the Society of ...

President and Sales Manager
Gel Technologies of Midland, Texas
Dan is the President and Sales Manager for Gel Technologies of Midland, Texas. He and John Gould founded the company sixteen years ago and they have operated in the U.S. and eleven other countries.   Dan is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers since 1989 and has co-authored several papers relating to use of diagnostic tools and polymer systems to improve sweep efficiency and reduce water production. He has B.S and M.S Degrees from Texas Tech University.

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Organizer

Steve McCants


Date and Time

Tue, April 21, 2009

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

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Location

WestLake Club

570 Westlake Park Blvd.
Houston, TX 77079