March 21, 2019


Description

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The increase of computational power allows engineers and geoscientists to understand the intrinsic nature of uncertainty associated to the subsurface studies. Modern characterization workflows have been tailored to produce multiple geological realizations and development scenarios; however, the amount of data generated from assisted history matching and uncertainty analysis processes is nearly unmanageable difficulting the quick extraction of results to support decisions efficiently; in other words, deep technical workflows are disconnected from business processes.

Moreover, the proliferation of data analytics and easy-access business intelligence (BI) tools facilitate the quick dissection and data analysis, once the data is properly formatted.

We focus on bridging the gap between the complexity of the modern workflows and BI tools by tackling key post-processing bottlenecks, by managing and classifying scenarios and cases, by integrating production profiles and economics, and by streamlining performance indicators to quickly support key decisions.

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Featured Speakers

Speaker: Alejandro Primera, Primera Resources
Speaker Alejandro Primera, Primera Resources
Alejandro Primera has developed his career in numerical reservoir simulation, with experience in the Latin America, Europe and US. In 2013 and after more than 10 years of experience in Schlumberger and ENI, he started the consultancy firm Primera Resources, focusing on decision making under uncertainty, reservoir management and enhanced ...

Alejandro Primera has developed his career in numerical reservoir simulation, with experience in the Latin America, Europe and US. In 2013 and after more than 10 years of experience in Schlumberger and ENI, he started the consultancy firm Primera Resources, focusing on decision making under uncertainty, reservoir management and enhanced oil recovery. He is founder and Managing Director for Primera Resources and co-founder and Executive Director for PetroleumUX LTD.


He has volunteered for different Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) roles internationally and within the London section such as London Section chair, Continuing Education chair, Reservoir Monitoring committee for two SPE ATCEs. He was awarded the North Sea regional and International Young Member Outstanding Service Award by the (SPE). Alejandro holds a Petroleum Engineering degree from “Universidad Central de Venezuela” and PE diploma from Heriot-Watt University.

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Organizer

Karin Gonzalez

Email Organizer: karin.gonzalez@chevron.com 


Date and Time

Thu, March 21, 2019

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

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Location

Webinar



Group(s): Reservoir