Oct. 11, 2012


Description

You will receive 2 emails.  One confirming registration and one to register at gotowebinar.  There is no fee for this but you must register at gotowebinar to receive the email with the personal link. The approximate speaker start time is 12pm, but an update will be provided at that time on the webinar.  The sound will come through the computer, there is no dial in number.
 
Please note that this is a webinar provided if you can not attend in person. You can register to attend the event in person  http://www.spegcs.org/en/cev/2310
 
Microbes play a critical role in many aspects of our lives, from being essential components in food production, such as cheese and yogurt, to producing important medicines for human use such as antibiotics. Glori Energy has found a way to allow microbes to play another important role: recovering oil from existing oil wells. Glori Energy’s AERO™ System treatment enables these indigenous micro-organisms to flourish within the confines of the natural ecosystem and aid in oil recovery. These microbes assist oil recovery either through normal growth or through the action of natural products that the microbes make as part of their life cycle.
 
Glori Energy’s mission is to sustainably and efficiently recover billions of barrels of oil trapped in reservoirs using existing oil wells through the deployment of its AERO™ (Activated Environment for Recovery of Oil) System. Glori’s AERO™ System enhances production from waterflooded wells by stimulating a reservoir’s naturally occurring microbes to improve water sweep and oil mobility. Waterflood technology injects water into reservoirs to release additional quantities of oil that were not recovered during primary recovery. Conventional waterflooding only extracts a fraction of the reservoir oil, leaving the majority of the oil underground. The AERO™ System provides a new, viable option to recover this trapped oil with minimal new footprint or investment
 
Glori provides its services to oil producers to significantly increase their production. In addition, the company’s Phoenix Initiative acquires end-of-life and abandoned assets and deploys the AERO™ technology to increase the value of these assets.

Please note that this is a webinar provided if you can not attend in person.
Webinar Instructions:
You will receive 2 emails.  One confirming registration and one to register at gotowebinar.  There is no fee for this but you must register at gotowebinar to receive the email with the personal link. The approximate speaker start time is 12pm, but an update will be provided at that time on the webinar.  The sound will come through the computer, there is no dial in number.

Featured Speakers

Speaker BRIAN BRAZEAL
Director of USA Business Development Glori Energy, Inc. Brian Brazeal is USA Director of Business Development for Glori Energy, Inc.  He has a long history in the oil industry. Mr. Brazeal joined Glori Energy after serving four years as Senior Business Development Manager for an EOR/IOR technologies organization headquartered in ...

Director of USA Business Development
Glori Energy, Inc.



Brian Brazeal is USA Director of Business Development for Glori Energy, Inc.  He has a long history in the oil industry. Mr. Brazeal joined Glori Energy after serving four years as Senior Business Development Manager for an EOR/IOR technologies organization headquartered in Edmonton, Canada.


 


His further experience includes serving as President and Founder of Texrock Land and Energy, where he was responsible for initiating and negotiating large acreage positions in the Barnett Shale of North Texas for several large independent producers. He also served 10 years as Chief Executive Office of MEC Inc. in Dallas, Texas.


 


Mr. Brazeal’s background is also inclusive of exploration and drilling in the Permian Basin. His expansive industry knowledge and contacts will be applied in expanding Glori Energy’s business efforts in the US market through targeted field acquisitions and increased field re-development projects.


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Organizer

Russ Neuschaefer


Date and Time

Thu, Oct. 11, 2012

noon - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

Event has ended

If you do not have a full-time job in the oil and gas industry, are a full-time student or Member in Transition (MiT) member, and you do not see a discounted registration fee for students/MiT regarding this event, please contact the GCS manager at spe-gcs@spe.org.


Location

at your computer