May 19, 2004


Description

This presentation will focus on the key issues related to reservoir compaction in deepwater offshore environments. These reservoirs are normally over-pressured, under-saturated, and are contained within weak sand/shale sequences that are prone to high pore volumes and permeability reductions upon pressure depletion. Assessment of pertinent reservoir properties, including faults, compaction evaluation, and assessment and assurance of reservoir integrity will be addressed. Both the positive and negative results of deepwater reservoir exploitation will be presented, along with some recent work on field verifications highlighting the ultimate impact on reserve integrity and recovery.

Walk-ins $5 extra
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Walk-ins will be accepted on a space available basis.  Please arrive early, walk-ins are seated on a first come/first serve basis.


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Organizer

Melissa Schultea


Date and Time

Wed, May 19, 2004

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

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Location

Westlake Club

570 Westlake Park
Houston, TX 77079
USA