Jan. 9, 2006


Description

Joint meeting with the International Study Group.

Major markets that control global demand growth are in the USA and China.   
Russia is very well positioned to serve both of these market needs with Timan-Pechora Caspian and Western Siberia positioned to supply to the USA and Eastern Siberia positioned to supply China.

In this presentation I will discuss Russian production trends which are showing 10% 
growth in oil production per year over the past three years.  I will also show that the 
growth is sustainable, and it is supported by reserves and resources in the main 
Russian basins.  

An estimate of the Capex required for 10% growth in the Oilfield services market will
be outlined.  The Economides' "activation index" (how much CAPEX it takes to put 
1 bopd to the market)  will be discussed and compared to the other producing regions 
in the world along with the  OPEX and reserves acquisition costs in Russia. 

Finally some information about the major infrastructure projects and investment opportunities within Russia will be provided. 
 

 

 

After the registration deadline, walk-ins will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

Featured Speakers

Speaker Iskander R. Diyashev
Chief Engineer Sibneft Dr. Diyashev is a Chief Engineer for Sibneft, which is a 5th largest integrate oil  company in Russia . In his career Dr. Diyashev worked in R&D, consulting, service  and production sides of the business both in Russia and Internationally.  Prior to his work with Sibneft, Dr. ...

Chief Engineer
Sibneft

Dr. Diyashev is a Chief Engineer for Sibneft, which is a 5th largest integrate oil 

company in

Russia . In his career Dr. Diyashev worked in R&D, consulting, service 

and production sides of the business both in

Russia and Internationally. 



Prior to his work with Sibneft, Dr. Diyahev was one of the key Schlumberger specialists

to start the horizontal drilling project in Noyabrsk Western Siberia.  
 



In his current position Dr. Diyashev is responsible for the planning of field development, 

reserves evaluation and addition, planning of the exploration activities, as well as 

engineering and technology.  



H
e holds Ph.D. Degree in Petroleum Engineering from


Texas

A&M

University , and 

advanced degrees in Physics and Mathematics from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. Dr. Diyashev is a member of


Russian

Academy of Natural Sciences.


Full Description



Organizer

Holly Camilli


Date and Time

Mon, Jan. 9, 2006

11:15 a.m. - 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

Petroleum Club

800 Bell
Houston, Texas