Dec. 4, 2018


Description

There has been a significant amount of progress made applying data science techniques in the oil and gas industry over the last few years. These applications have occurred in all aspects of upstream, midstream and downstream sectors, but it is perhaps fair to say that direct application to reservoir centric challenges has not enjoyed as much success as when it has been applied to aspects of the value chain that experience direct observation and measurement by operators (e.g. optimization of facilities). Reservoirs, by their nature, introduce vast degrees of uncertainty    due to their imperfect characterization, and sporadic and low-density sampling. Here we touch on several reservoir workflows incorporating data science and dive deep in to specific example involving frac hit mitigation.


Featured Speakers

Speaker: Hayley Stephenson
Speaker Hayley Stephenson
Hayley is a reservoir analytics engineer at the BHGE Energy Innovation Center with experience in large scale data analytics and algorithm development, with an emphasis in reservoir data. With BHGE since 2016, Hayley has experience in new product innovation, statistical analysis, and reservoir analytics development. She works with geoscientists and …

Hayley is a reservoir analytics engineer at the BHGE Energy Innovation Center with experience in large scale data analytics and algorithm development, with an emphasis in reservoir data. With BHGE since 2016, Hayley has experience in new product innovation, statistical analysis, and reservoir analytics development. She works with geoscientists and digital experts to turn technical requirements into functional prototype algorithms, providing optimized solutions to customer problems. Hayley holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Oklahoma Christian University and is currently pursuing her M.S. at Georgia Tech.

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Speaker: Glen Murrell
Speaker Glen Murrell
Glen leads the Reservoir Innovation group at the Energy Innovation Center with broad expertise in reservoir dynamics and conventional and unconventional EOR, as well as project management, innovation and technology development. He has lead teams and projects addressing CO2 EOR, SAGD, production optimization, tight oil EOR, reservoir analytics and digital …

Glen leads the Reservoir Innovation group at the Energy Innovation Center with broad expertise in reservoir dynamics and conventional and unconventional EOR, as well as project management, innovation and technology development. He has lead teams and projects addressing CO2 EOR, SAGD, production optimization, tight oil EOR, reservoir analytics and digital rock physics and has worked for the Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute at the University of Wyoming. Glen holds a Doctorate in Isotope Geochemistry from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and a Masters in Geology from the University of Waikato, New Zealand. He is PMP qualified.

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Organizer

Angela Tse


Date and Time

Tue, Dec. 4, 2018

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0600) US/Central

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Location

Landry's Seafood House

1212 Lake Robbins Dr
The Woodlands, TX 77380



Group(s): Northside