Feb. 24, 2005


Description

About the Course
In teaching this course, the instructors plan to: (1) spend most of the time discussing the practical aspects of CO2 flooding and sequestration, and keep discussion on the theoretical topics to bare minimum, (2) discuss the practical aspects of CO2 sequestration in more/less detail depending upon whether there is more/less interest in this topic at the location of the course presentation/SPE meeting, (3) give the course attendees as many practical and useful problems as possible to work on, at appropriate break points, and (4) provide each course attendee a workbook containing copies of the instructors’ PowerPoint presentations, backup materials and example problems.

Course Content
Introduction • Review of CO2 Process Mechanisms • The Technical and Economic Screening Process • Reservoir Engineering Design Aspects of a CO2 Flood • Surface Facilities Design • Well Design • Implementation: How Can the Design Become Reality? • Operations: How Can the CO2 Flood Process Be Managed Effectively? • Kinder-Morgan CO2 Scoping Model • Texaco/DOE CO2 Prophet Model•CO2 Sequestration • Problems

Duration/Credit Hours
1 day/ .8 CEU
CANCELLATION non-refundable a week prior to the event. 

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Organizer

Patty Davis


Date and Time

Thu, Feb. 24, 2005

8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

SPE Houston Office

10777 Westheimer Suite 335
Houston, TX 77042