Come see the latest in Reservoir Engineering topics at this one day symposium hosted by the Reservoir Study Group.
6 Professional Development Hours (PDH) will be awarded for this Forum.
08:30-09:30 Session 1 - Reserves
"Incorporating Judgement and Transparency Into Reserves Evaluation" Ron Harrell, Ryder-Scott
"Demonstrating Reasonable Certainty under Principles Based Oil and Gas Reserves Regulations" Rod Sidle, Texas A&M
10:00-11:30 Session 2 - Well/Formation Testing
"Moving from Vision to Reality: The State of Optimal Value Testing" Hani Elshahawi, Shell
"Mechanistic Rate Decline Analysis in Shale Gas Reservoirs" George Stewart, Weatherford
"Quantifying Pore Pressure & kh From After-Closure Analysis of Minifrac Tests In Ultra-Low Permeability Formations" Martin Santo, Fekete
12:30-02:00 Session 3 - Shale Oil/Gas02:15-03:15 Session 4 - EOR
"New Algorithms and Integrated Workflow for Tight Gas and Shale Completions" Craig Cipolla, Schlumberger
"Probabilistic Reservoir Simulation WF and Unconventional Resource Play: Bakken case study" Sunny Luo, Hess
"Case History of the Fayetteville Shale Completions" Karen Olsen, Southwestern Energy
"Understanding Foam Flow with a New Foam EOR Model Developed from Laboratory and Field Data of the Naturally Fractured Cantarell Field" Jim Erdle, CMG
"Enhanced Oil Recovery Pilot Testing Best Practices" Chuck Wattenbarger, ExxonMobil
3 sponsorships are available for companies wishing to sponsor this forum.
Sponsorships are $500.
Please contact either Chuck Wagner or Fady Chaban for additional information.
Here are the parking options near HESS Tower:
Overall, the best option is to use parking lots around the building the prices varying between $2 to $7
1501 McKinney St.
The Hess Conference Center is located on the 4th of Hess Tower.
Need to go to the Hess Main Lobby and inform the receptionist you are coming for the event.
They will check your registration onformation and will take you to the conference room.
We recommend to be there by 7:30 AM