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Viola Rawn-Schatzinger, Operations Manager
(PTTC) Petroleum Technology Transfer Council
Dwight Rychel Ph.D. Consulting Petroleum Engineer & Immediate past General Chair,
2010 SPE Improved Oil Recovery Symposium & a Director of the Mid-Continent chapter of the SPE
Final 2012 opportunity to discuss Unconventionals & EOR!
In this final meeting of the year we build upon what we've learned during our Texas & California meetings. Learn how EOR is being applied to these plays now & what the experts think is coming. With more producers in a secondary mode & changing some of the Horizontal Producers into Horizontal Injectors - Shale compatible EOR can not be far away.
Some Topics Addressed:
Cost Effective EOR technologies already being utilized in a number of growing plays.
Eagle Ford & several reservoirs in West Texas Fracture mapping & Fracture Pressure data used in concert
Mississippian wells in West Central Kansas - Case Studies
Montney reservoir status of investigation
Edam, Mervin, Lashburn and Tangleflags fields Lloydminster area Canada EOR CO2 pilots report
EOR & Unconventionals: Field Experience & Current Research / Theory.
Wilmington Field - Microbial EOR for Sandstone formations
Commercializing the ROZ (Residual Oil Zone) and its tremendous potential.
Utilizing EOR technologies with Emerging Unconventional plays - the future looks bright!
Improving fracture spacing along a horizontal lateral and stage design by combining microseismic results with bottom hole treatment
CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery - Near-Miscible & even Immiscible pressures & fluids
In the news
September 20th, 2012, article in the Sept. 24 issue of the Oil & Gas Journal Daily Update. "A bill was introduced in the U.S. congress designed to expand the use of carbon dioxide for enhanced oil recovery. S. 3581 would modify a federal carbon capture & storage tax incentive that provides a $10/tonne credit for CO2 used in EOR and $20/tonne for CO2 placed directly into secure geological storage".
April 2nd, 2012, article in the Oil & Gas Journal by Philip Schenewerk, General Chair, 18th Improved Oil Recovery Symposium April 14th - 18th in Tulsa. "EOR can extend the promise of unconventional oil and gas"
February 2012, article by Philip H. "Pete" Stark in The American Oil & Gas Reporter magazine. "Shale Gas, Tight Oil and EOR Creating Rare Opportunity for Industry and Nation"