Technical Programme

Changes/additions after 31 January 2012 may not be reflected.

Wednesday, 8 February ● 0830-1000 hours

Lotus Suites 1&2

Technical Session 9: Development Planning to Optimise Recovery

Session Co-Chairpersons: Amran Nong Chik, ExxonMobil E&P Malaysia Inc.; Mohamad Othman, Petronas

This session discussed various considerations to maximise recovery and profitability during development planning.  We will hear about the use of trap style resource assessment to increase recovery; comparative study of the application of Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) and Support Vector Machines (SVM) models in the prediction of porosity and permeability of oil and gas reservoirs with carbonate platforms.  The differences in windfall tax methodologies in different fiscal regimes are also discussed.

0830

14835

Maximizing Ultimate Platform Recovery by Unlocking Unconventional Gas Reserves and Implementing a New Geologically Driven Drilling Strategy Arthit Offshore Gas Field, North Malay Basin, Gulf of Thailand
Y. Lonnikoff, A. Sirimongkolkitti, T. Sudibyo, K. Pinyo, K. Suyacom, C. Kongkanoi, K. Suriyo, K. Pukdeewuht and A. Yaekhajohn, PTT Exploration and Production Plc.

0900

14897

A Comparison of Windfall Tax Methodologies in Different Fiscal Regimes
N. Bock and L.R. Rodriguez, Schlumberger

0930

14514

Prediction of Oil and Gas Reservoir Properties Using Support Vector Machines
F.A. Anifowose, King Fahd U. of Petroleum and Minerals; A.O. Ewenla and S. I. Eludiora, Obafemi Awolowo U.

Alternates/Posters

 

14479

A Novel Method for Life Cycle Production Performance Forecast by Using Dynamic Analog Knowledge
X. Lu, S. Sun, J. Xu, W. Wu, P. Zhai, Y. Wei and G. Li, C&C Reservoirs

 

14981

Evaluation of Factors in Horizontal Well Recovery in the Pattani Basin in the Gulf of Thailand
M.S. Harr, S. Chokasut, C. Bhuripanyo, P. Viriyasittigun and A. R. Harun, Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production, Ltd.

Lotus Suites 3&4

Technical Session 10: Emerging Technologies

Session Co-Chairpersons: Liu Yuzhang, China National Petroleum Corp.; Manasvee Ruangdet, PTT Exploration and Production Plc.

Novel technologies on oil and gas production and development will be presented in this session, such as nanotechnology applications from lab to field; novel designs to improve the reliability and performance of the linear motor for reciprocating submersible pump; an ultrasonic sand detection tool to locate the entry point of sand in the wellbore. New techniques of hybrid DC power generation for offshore wellhead platform, carbon capture and storage (CCS) and acid diversion for matrix acidising may also be presented as alternatives.

0830

15152

Nanotechnology Applications to Oil and Gas Exploration and Production
S. Kapusta and L. Balzano, Shell Intl. E&P, Inc.; and P. te Riele, Shell Intl. E&P B.V.

0900

14966

Novel Reciprocating Submersible Pumping Technology for Performance Improvements in Oil Production
Z. Wang, PetroChina, Daqing Oil Field Co., Ltd.

0930

14737

Successful Application of Ultrasound Technology to Detect Sand Producing Intervals in the Wellbore
F. Mohd Daud, H. Jusoh, A. Mohamad and E. F. Then, Carigali Hess Operating Co.; and S. Batumelai, Archer

Alternates/Posters

 

14563

Hybrid Power Generation for Offshore Wellhead Platform: A Starting Point for Offshore Green Energy
R. Rongsopa, PTT Exploration and Production Plc.

 

15223

Novel Acid Diversion Technique for Matrix Acidising in Production and Injection Wells: Case Histories of Algeria
K. Kritsanaphak and J. Vasquez, Halliburton

 

14518

Virtual Measurement Value during Start-Up of Major Offshore Projects
R. Cramer, N. Griffiths, P. Kinghorn, D. Schotanus and J. Brutz, Shell; and K. Mueller, Shell Development Oman

  14401 New Phase of Formation Evaluation in the Gulf of Thailand
T. Duangprasert, S. Daungkaew, R. Paramatikul and R. Vincent, Schlumberger

Lotus Suites 5&6

Technical Session 11: Advances in Seismic Imaging and Full Waveform Inversion

Session Co-Chairpersons: Nanxun Dai, BGP Inc., CNPC; Barry Hong, CGG Veritas

Two presentations are in the field of waveform inversion. One shows how to assemble simultaneous source and receiver data to reduce computation time and memory usage. The other is on inversion of broadband multi-component CSEM data with examples showing improvement in model resistivity estimates and in veridical resolution. A paper on TTI-RTM presents optimised finite difference schemes in a variable depth grid. There are several case studies in application of PSDM to complex geologies. 3D Q-beam migration is used to image structures under overburden gas accumulation. Velocity analysis methods for 3D3C data that images PP and PS waves in PP reflection time and integrated de-tuning methods to calibrate seismic characteristics to geological interfaces of thin bed reservoirs are also presented.

0830

15048

Using 3D Beam Q Migration for Imaging in the Presence of Gas Accumulations in the Overburden
Y. Xie, C. Notfors, J. Sun, K. Xin, B. Hung, W. Zanussi and K. P. Soo, CGGVeritas

0900

15050

TTI RTM Using Variable Grid in Depth
N. Dai and W. Zhang, BGP Intl. R&D Center (CNPC); W. Wu and X. Wu, BGP R&D Center (CNPC)

0930

14857

Seismic Full-Waveform Inversion Using a Compressed Simultaneous Sources and Receivers Scheme
A. Abubakar, T.M. Habashy and G. Pan, Schlumberger Doll Research

Alternates/Posters

 

14817

Application of PSDM Imaging for Reservoir Characterisation in the Northern Malay Basin CC A Case Study
L. Michel and C. Hoo, CGGVeritas, and M.J. Flynn, Hess Oil and Gas Sdn. Bhd.

 

14570

Integrating the Geophysical Characterisation of Seismic Thin Beds with Stochastic Reservoir Modeling: A Case Study from the Kutei Basin (Offshore Kalimantan, Indonesia)
G.R. Cavanna, E. Caselgrandi, E. Corti, A. Amato del Monte and M. Fervari, Eni E&P; M. Bello, J. Aruan and C. Golding, Eni Indonesia Ltd.

 

14495

PP and PS Wave Image and Joint Stochastic Prestack Inversion in the Same PP Time Scale Domain
Z. Deng and X. Bai, BGP Inc., CNPC; M. K. Sen, U. of Texas at Austin; and Y. Wang, Geophysical Research Inst. of Shengli Oilfield

 

15335

Detecting Hydrocarbon Reservoir Through Inversion of Broadband Multicomponent CSEM Data and Joint Interpretation with Seismic Constraints
M. Abd. Rahim, M. Azuka Meju, A.A.Z. Awang Bujang, M. Ahmad and Fuad H. A Majid, PETRONAS Research Sdn. Bhd.

Lotus Suites 7

Technical Session 12: Expandables and Casing

Session Co-Chairperson: Thomas Gee, Weatherford; Salim Taoutadu, Schlumberger

This session includes the cutting edge papers dealing with both Expandables and Casing. Topics include Casing in Compacting Reservoirs, Solid Monobore Liners, Effects of Heat Treatment on Expansion Cones, Aluminum Alloys, Expandable Cased Hole Liners and Swellable Technologies.

0830

14255

Monobore Solid Expandable Liners Redesigning Wells for a More Economical and Operational Benefit
A.A. Siddiqui and P. York, Weatherford Intl. Ltd.

0900

15026

Worldwide Second Longest 5½ x 7 in. Expandable Cased Hole Liner Enables Sustainable Injection Across the Reservoir in Long Radius Power Water Injector Well
J.M. Polo Teran, S. S. Bu Zaid and M.M. Hameli, Saudi Aramco; and S. Andrews, Enventure Saudi Arabia Ltd.

0930

14888

Aluminum Alloys for Casing and Tubing
D. Basovich, M.Y. Gelfgat, V.S. Basovich, I.N. Buyanovskiy, R.S. Alikin and A. V. Vakhrushev, Aquatic, a Weatherford Co.; V. V. Sledkov and D. S. Loparev, Lukoil; and V. V. Sapunzhi, Drill Pipes Ltd.

Alternates/Posters

 

15205

Well Integrity Remediation - A Challenge for Swellable Technology
N. Durongwattana, W. Toempromraj, P. Jedsadawaranon and S. Sompopsart, PTT Exploration and Production Plc.

 

14784

Effect of Heat Treatment on Mechanical Properties of Expansion Cone Material
S. Z. Qamar and T. Pervez, Sultan Qaboos U.

Lotus Suites 9

Technical Session 13: Future of Exploration

Session Co-Chairperson: Abbas Khaksar, Baker Hughes; Phillip Jong, Shell Global Solutions

This session presents assessments of hydrocarbon potential and case studies of innovative exploration and targeting strategies across the Asia Pacific region, including from Vietnam, Brunei, the Thailand, and the South China Sea.  

0830

15199

The Seria Field, Brunei: 80 Years On, Near Field Exploration Going Strong
J.P.D. Church and P. Y. Bong, Brunei Shell Petroleum Co. Sdn. Bhd.

0900

14465

Recent Step Out Exploration in the Greater Sirikit East Area, Sirikit Oil Field, Onshore Thailand, a Model for Overlooked Area
F. Saifuddin, S. Phaungphuak and S. Matha, W. Ratawessanun and I. N. Nuada, PTT Exploration and Production Plc.

0930

15302

Insights into the Petroleum Potential of the Australian Northwest Shelf and Arafura Sea Revealed by Regional 2D Seismic Data
A.R. Tripathi, W.B. Jones and R. Rajagopal, Petroleum Geo-Services

Alternate/Poster

 

14624

Thin-Skinned Thrust-Fault Complex in the Phu Quoc Basin, Southwest Vietnam
E.B. Madsen and L. Boldreel, U. of Copenhagen; and S.S. Pedersen, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland

Lotus Suites 10

Technical Session 14: Innovative Completion Systems

Session Co-Chairpersons: Pramote Phloi-Montri, PTT Exploration and Production Plc.; Raymond Tibbles, Schlumberger

This session brings several examples of innovative completion design with an objective to improve well productivity. We will hear about surface controllable down-hole zonal flow control completions in multi-stacked reservoirs and open-hole completions with sand screens and sliding sleeve to manage individual sand units in a giant multilayered field. We will also hear about how the gas lift can be deepened in order to produce more oil and how a new system helps in mitigating compaction damage in real time for open-hole sand control applications.

0830

14351

Implementation of Next Generation Intelligent Downhole Production Control in Multiple Dipping Sandstones Reservoirs, Offshore East Malaysia
J. H. Chris Chen, N. M. Azrul, B. M. Farris, K. Z. NurHazrina, M. K. M. Aminuddin and M. Y. Saiful Anuar, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.; K. F. Gordon Goh, K. S. Premjit Kaur, T. K. Darren Luke and A. Eddep, Schlumberger Oilfield Support. Ltd.

0900

14760

Deep Lift - The Innovative Gaslift Bypass Packer Technique
C. Kongdachudomkul, T. Kreethapon, P. Pittrapan, S. Sompopsart, W. Toempromraj, A. Prayadsup and P. Phloi-montri, PTT Exploration and Production Public Co. Ltd.

0930

14931

Mitigating Compaction Damage in Real-Time for Openhole Sand Control Applications
D.M. Earles, M. Samuelson, C. W. Stoesz and N.D. Surveyor, Baker Hughes Inc.; J. G. Pearce, H. deJongh, Shell Intl. Oil Co.

Alternates/Posters

 

15095

Multistage Fracturing in Horizontal Open Hole Completions: Case Studies for Low Permeability Fomations in China
E.S.W. Hill, J. X. Ming and Y. Lin, Baker Hughes; G. Wang and W. Li, Great Wall Drilling Company, CNPC

 

14285

Exposure to Phosphate Based Completion Brine under HPHT Laboratory Conditions Causes Significant Gas Permeability Reduction in Sandstone Core
J.D. Downs, Cabot Specialty Fluids Ltd.

Lotus Suites 11

Technical Session 15: Asset Integrity

Session Co-Chairpersons: Jim Venditto, Trican Well Services Ltd.; Brian Ward, Hess Corp.

This session includes discussions on integrity management system best practices, inspection strategies and case histories which have resulted in reduced environmental impact, minimisation of personnel safety exposures, and improved risk management.  We will hear about risk based inspection of aboveground storage tanks and pipelines.  In addition, technology solutions as multiphase compression and capillary tubing systems to allow operators to be able to continue to economically produce wells will be presented.  A failure analysis from a well water shut off operation and selection of perforation techniques will be shared.   Finally, participants will hear about integrity programs that help improve reliability both onshore and offshore.

0830

14231

Advances in Subsea Wet Gas Compression Technologies
M. Hjelmeland, A.B. Olsen and R. Marjohan, Framo Engineering

0900

14434

Risk Based Inspection (RBI) of Aboveground Storage Tanks to Improve Asset Integrity
A.W. Al-Mitin, V. Sardesai, B. Al-Harbi, H. S. Murthy, Kuwait Oil Co.; and A.S.A. Hannan, Intl. Inspection Centre W.L.L (Intrex)

0930

14993

Deepwater Infrastructure Integrity Assurance - State of the Art
Y. Lee, Shell Intl. Exploration and Production Inc.; H. Gerretsen, H. Figueroa and D. Raghu, Shell Global Solutions (US) Inc.

Alternates/Posters

 

14595

Capillary Tubing Advancements for Enhanced Production and Reduced Environmental Impact - A Case History Review
B.A. Pate and R. Stanley, Baker Hughes

 

14767

S1 Asset Integrity Model and Management System (AIMS)
A. Sri-Amorntham, R. Chinpongpan and A. Chansakran, PTT Exploration and
Production Plc.

 

147049

Brilliant Water Shut-Off Application Bypassing Existing Fish – A Success Story at Angsi Field, Malaysia
M. A. Mohd Johan and M. Abdul Razak, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.

 

14946

The Use of Risk-Based Inspection for Aging Pipelines in Sirikit Oilfield
P. Areeniyom, PTT Exploration and Production Plc.

1030-1200

Lotus Suites 1&2

Technical Session 16: Integrated Project Management

Session Chairperson: Michitaka Ohta, INPEX Corp.; Olivier Dubrule, Total E&P Qatar

The top four (4) finalist of the IPTC “Excellence in Project Integration” Award will present features of their project during this session.

  • New Life After 80 years: “Seria Field Rejuvenation”, Adedayo Dada, Seria North Flank Project Lead, Brunei Shell Petroleum Co. Sdn. Bhd.

  • Odoptu First Stage Production, Jim K. Flood, Vice President Arctic/Eastern Canada, ExxonMobil Development Co.

  • Parque das Conchas Project, Albert Paardekam, BC-10 Development Manager, Shell Brazil Ltd.

  • Yemen LNG Project, François Rafin, General Manager of Yemen LNG, Total E&P (Middle East Division)

Lotus Suites 3&4

Technical Session 17: Well Test Interpretation and Reservoir Monitoring

Session Co-Chairpersons: Suwat Athichanagorn, Chulalongkorn U.; Arturo Rodrigo Ferreira Prado, Petrobras

This session includes several experiences on advanced well test interpretations and reservoir monitoring.  A wide range of subject are covered from a new method to graphically interpret the fluid transfers between fractures, matrix, etc. during a pressure transient to a methodology for characterising thinly laminated reservoirs.   Other subjects like a long term testing using multi-phase flow measurements in HP/HT and sour environment, a pressure transient analysis method for a mini drill stem test in thin reservoir, DST application with downhole telemetry systems to monitor well damage, and permanent monitoring/measuring of downhole inflow for an offshore field and wet gas metering are also covered.

1030

14274

Application of Permanent Reservoir Monitoring Data (DTS* & PDG*) in a Mature Offshore Malaysian Oilfield, for Production Optimisation and Workover Control
K. Goh, M.Z. Zaini, M.J. Gee and M. S. Molavi, Schlumberger, and M.M. Salim, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.

1100

14867

24X7 Monitoring During Long Term Testing Using Multiphase Flow Meter in HPHT Exploratory Well Located in Remote Area - A Case Study
S. Packirisamy, A. R. Al-Ibrahim and A. Rajkhowa, Kuwait Oil Co.

1130

14601

IPTT vs. Well Testing and Deconvolution Applications for the Thinly Bedded Reservoirs: Case Studies from the Gulf of Thailand
W. Kiatpadungkul, S. Daungkaew, S. Chokthanyawat, S. Promkhot and C. Ayan, Schlumberger; F. Houtzager, C. Platt, A. Storer, P. Tabmanee, P. Panyarporn, S. Voradejviseskrai, T. Limniyakul and N. Last, Pearl Oil Thailand

Alternates/Posters

 

14187

An Original Technique to Characterise Naturally Fractured Reservoirs Utilising Pressure Transient Analysis
T.I. Elkewidy, American U. in Cairo

 

142682

Drill Stem Test With Real Time Reservoir Data Monitoring Improves Operational Efficiency: Case Study Scenario 6
D.H. Febrianto and F.D. Rachmawati, PT Medco E&P Indonesia, and J.R. Haddad, A. Khan and A. Salguero, Halliburton

Lotus Suites 5&6

Technical Session 18: Basin Analysis and Petroleum Systems

Session Co-Chairpersons: Richard Barrett, Shell EP Intl. Ltd.; Dr. John Pigott, U. of Oklahoma

This session includes a number of excellent papers which range in content from basin scale structural and stratigraphic studies to more focused petroleum systems analysis of oils and source rocks. The study areas span a wide geography from Iran in the Mid-East to Vietnam, Brunei and Indonesia in Asia. We will hear the inspiring thoughts of excellent geoscientists on the Hendijan Oil Field in Iran, the Maharaja-Lela campaign in Brunei, the South Makassar Basin in Indonesia and much, much more!

1030

15167

Redefining a Sequence Stratigraphic Framework for the Miocene to Present in Brunei: Roles of Local Tectonics, Eustacy and Sediment Supply
J. Torres, A. Gartrell and N. Hoggmascall, Brunei Shell Petroleum Sdn. Bhd.

1100

14797

Petroleum System Analysis Using Geochemical Studies, Isotope and 1D Basin Modeling in Hendijan Oil Field, Southwest Iran
G. Hassanzadeh, M. Kobraei, A. Ahanjan, R. Bagheri Tirtashi, M. Rashidi and M. Khaleghi, National Iranian Oil Co.

1130

14325

Hydrogen Imbalance in Petroleum Source
S.K. Bhattacharya, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS

Alternates/Posters

 

14383

Oil and Condensate Types in Cenozoic Basins Offshore Vietnam: Composition and Derivation
H.I. Petersen, H.P. Nytoft, M.B.W. Fyhn, J.A. Bojesen Koefoed and L.H.Nielsen, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland; N.T. Dau and H.T. Huong,Vietnam Petroleum Inst.

 

14555

Heat Flow Measurements and Mapping from BSR to Constrain the Evaluation of the deepwater South Makassar Basin
R. Courel, P. Begg, M. Kim, L. Kokoh and K. Nasif, Talisman Energy Inc.

Lotus Suites 7

Technical Session 19: Unconventional - Understanding the Reservoir

Session Co-Chairpersons: Tayfun Babadagli, U. of Alberta; Jonathan T. Kwan, ConocoPhillips

This session includes different problems in unconventional gas reservoirs and proposes solutions methodologies through seven interesting papers.  The main coverage is on CBM. The session will provide extensive coverage of methodologies including crosswell seismic, micro-seismic monitoring, mini-frac tests, permeability reduction, and multiscale formation evaluation.   The session will also provide two papers on crosswell seismic cases in tight gas reservoirs and reserves estimations in shale gas reservoirs through simulation.

1030

14919

Multi-Scale Formation Evaluation of Tight Gas Resources
M. Knackstedt, A. Golab and A. Carnerup, Digitalcore; T. Senden, Australian National U.; A. Butcher and A. Benedictus, FEI; and L. Riepe, PETRONAS

1100

14704

Enhancing Coal Seam Gas Exploitation with Crosswell Seismic: Case Histories
S. Dogra, T. Morgan, A. Nalonnil, M. Shafiq and B.P. Marion, Schlumberger

1130

14889

Crosswell Seismic Applications in Tight Gas-Case Studies
B.P. Marion, A. Nalonnil and S. Dogra, Schlumberger

Alternates/Posters

 

14798

Use of Reservoir Simulation to Help Gas Shale Reserves Estimation
M. Segatto and I. Colombo, ENI E&P

 

14165

Experimental and Analytical Studies on Permeability Reduction of Coal Seam by CO2 Injection
F. Anggara, Kyushu University and Gadjah Mada University; K. Sasaki and Y. Sugai, Kyushu University

 

14630

Complexity of Minifrac Tests and Implications for In-Situ Horizontal Stresses in Coalbed Methane Reservoirs
Z. Fang and A. Khaksar, Baker Hughes

Lotus Suites 9

Technical Session 20: LNG Prospects and Technologies

Session Co-Chairperson: Abdelkader Haouari, Qatargas Operating Co. Ltd.; Stuart Traver, Gaffney, Cline & Associates

This session will be about the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) development business. The world economic crisis impacted seriously the prices of the LNG. Two competing influence the near future of the LNG prices. China energy demand will be important in the coming years which will be an incremental market for LNG. In parallel, the development of the Shell gas in USA and potentially China will affect worldwide the LNG market. This presentation will help to understand the International LNG prospects for the coming years by analysing the factors influencing the LNG market.

1030

14206

International LNG Prospects 2011 and Beyond
C. Tran, B. Cassidy, M. Pierce, M. J. Economides, U. of Houston; and X. Wang, XGas

1100

15494

Floating LNG – Groundbreaking Innovation Becoming a Reality
S. Stegenga and B. Pek, Shell Global Solutions Intl. B.V.

1130

14548

FLNG Development: Strategic Approaches to New Growth Challenges
M. Bunnag, N. Amarutanon, S. Nitayaphan and M. Aimcharoenchaiyakul, PTT Exploration and Production Plc.

Alternate/Poster

 

14425

Managing Gas Export Manifold to Ensure Gas Deliverability
A. Priambudi, R.N. Baraba, N.W. Tranggono and B. Aryanto, VICO Indonesia

Lotus Suites 10

Technical Session 21: Well Testing and Perforating

Session Co-Chairpersons: Pramote Phloi-Montri, PTT Exploration and Production Plc.; Martin Rylance, BP Exploration Oman Ltd.

This Session demonstrates the critical importance that testing and perforating operations play, in order to achieve an economic outcome.  Furthermore, how the proposed completion design can dramatically affect the options and choices that are available; in order to do so.

This session offers some valuable and practical insights into a number of recent case histories, in this regard.  These case histories showcase the tailored application of approaches such as, dynamic under-balance, as well as upper and lower completion design and their potential impact on the overall system.

1030

14300

A Combination of Perforating Technologies to Maximise Well Productivity and Minimise Rig Time
N. Chadha, C.E. Baumann and H. Williams, Schlumberger; and R. Yokote, Eni Australia Ltd.

1100

14913

A Paradigm Shift in Testing and Completion of Deep HPHT Exploration Wells - Polished Bore Receptacle (PBR) Improves Results and Operational Flexibility
A. Ibrahim, A. Manimaran, S. Packirisamy and A.R. Al-Ibrahim, Kuwait Oil Co.

1130

15440

Field Testing of Analytical Techniques for Flow Estimation and Flow Allocation
C. Allen, Halliburton

Alternate/Poster

 

14160

Optimising Underbalanced Perforation Performance, a New Model to Precise Adjustments of Downhole Condition
M. Mohammadsalehi, Iranian Central Oilfields Company; H. Saghafi, Iranian Offshore Oil Company; and M. Teymoorishamasbi, National Iranian Oil Company

Lotus Suites 11

Technical Session 22: Geomechanics Application in E&P Reservoir Applications

Session Co-Chairpersons: See Hong Ong, Baker Hughes Inc.; Phathompat Boonyasaknanon, PTT Exploration and Production Plc.

This session presents several excellent examples of basin and reservoir scale geomechanics with particular emphasis on geo-pressure and dynamic reservoir modeling. We will hear about the origin and distribution of overpressure and its implication on pore pressure prediction as well as how specific geophysical attributes can be used to improve 3D geo-pressure prediction.  In dynamic modeling, an extension to basin-scale geomechanics in dynamically evolving models through geological time, an automated field-scale geomechanical reservoir modeling, and an evaluation of depletion induced rock properties change on reservoir management scheme are also presented.

1030

15286

Modeling Basin Scale Geomechanics Through Geological Time
T. Hantschel, B. Wygrala, M. Fuecker and A. Neber, Schlumberger

1100

15345

Overpressures in the Northern Malay Basin: Part 1 Origin and Distribution
M. Tingay, U. of Adelaide; C. Morley and A. Laird, Coastal Energy; O. Limpornpipat, K. Krisadasima and S. Pabchanda, PTT Exploration and Production Plc.; and H. Macintyre, BG-Group

1130

14591

Geophysical Attributes to Improve the 3D Geopressures Prediction in HP/HT Environment
P. Cibin, Eni; M. Mantovani and A. Moglia, ENI E&P Division

Alternates/Posters

 

14604

Field Scale Geomechanical Modeling Using a New Automated Workflow
S. Monaco, G. Capasso and S. Mantica, ENI E&P; D. Datye, Dassault Systemes Simulia Corp.; and R. Vitali, Simulia Italia

 

15350

Overpressures in the Northern Malay Basin: Part 2 Implications for Pore Pressure Prediction
O. Limpornpipat, A. Laird, C. Morley, C. Kaewla, PTT Exploration and Production Plc.; M. Tingay, U. of Adelaide; and H. Macintyre, BG-Group plc

Lotus Suites 12

Technical Session 23: Environmental Remediation & Social Responsibility

Session Co-Chairpersons: Hiroshi Okabe, Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corp.

This session presents us several typical practice and studies on environmental remediation and social responsibilities by major oil companies to create a sustainable development with nature and local community. An outlook in Israel’s energy independence is very instructive. The shift from entire energy dependence to energy independence changes the socioeconomic profile. After major oil spills in Timor Sea and GOM, the containment of oil slicks becomes more critical and can be achieved by overlaying model projection to identify, assess and minimise the environmental risk. There is another paper about developing best environmental practices by identifying the relevance of a few public or controlled documents and assess the gaps. Total shared its preliminary experience to achieve end-point TPH criteria 1% within less 8 months. Also we will be glad to see some guidelines about integrity of storage tanks. At last, we will hear from PTTEP about their efforts to help local farmer on rice project in northeast Thailand.

1030

15316

Enhancing Bioremediation of Oily Waste by Bioaugmentation Method
J. Rusjanto, G. Asmaradewin and D. Safitri, Total E&P Indonesia; and A. Jatnika, Bandung Inst. of Technology

1100

14749

Integrated Risk Assessment and Management of Oil Spills in the Gulf of Thailand
L. Taylor and J. Suthin, Ecothai Consultants; and B. King, Asia-Pacific ASA

1130

15344

Maintaining the Integrity of Ageing Storage Tanks
N. Henry, ABB Consulting

Alternate/Poster

  14361 The Socioeconomic Repercussions of Achieving Energy Independence
L.A. Alcoser, Noble Energy

1400-1530

Lotus Suites 1&2

Technical Session 24: Reservoir Surveillance 1

Session Co-Chairpersons: Amran Nong Chik, ExxonMobil E&P Malaysia Inc.; Vipin Prakash Gupta, Petroleum Development of Oman

This session discussed innovative ways of using new and old technology for Reservoir Surveillance.  We will hear about the use of optic fiber Distributed Temperature Sensors (DTS) for zonal flow rate and pressure estimation; use of temperature logs to detect cross flow behind casing before perforations.  The use of crosswell electromagnetic method to determine interwell resistivity and subsurface saturation distribution is also presented.

1400

15215

Usage of Distributed Temperature for Zonal Flow Rate and Pressure Estimation
K.M. Muradov and D.R. Davies, Heriot-Watt U.

1430

15240

Joint Inversion of Crosswell and Surface-to-Borehole Electromagnetic Data Constrained by Fluid Flow Simulator
A. Abubakar, L. Liang and T.M. Habashy, Schlumberger–Doll Research

1500

14126

Practical Consideration on Operations and Production Management Through the Deployment of Inflow Control Devices for Horizontal Wells, Bouri Field, Libya
M. Amari, F. Porturas, H. Algdamsi, H.E. Sharaf, M. Lakhdar and N. Misherghi, Schlumberger; M. Grivet, S. Borac, H. Jalool, E. Vegliante and L. Rossi, Melitha Oil and Gas

Lotus Suites 3&4

Technical Session 25: Application of Seismic Technology in Reservoir

Session Co-Chairpersons: Ahmad Hussain, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.; Mike Hall, Geokinetics

This session includes several examples of the applications of 4D seismic and related technologies into reservoir simulation, reservoir management, and field development optimisation. Authors will present a couple of integrated workflows and case histories.

1400

14793

4D Seismic Improves Reservoir Management - A Case Study on Angsi
D. Mandal, W. Suwarlan, R. Abu Mansur and K. Ali, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.; and R. Masoudi, PETRONAS

1430

14458

An Integrated Workflow for Quantitative 4D Seismic Data Integration: A Case Study
L. Jin, G. Tiller, D. Weber, S. Fu, J. Ferrandis and P. Van den hoek, Shell Intl. E&P Co.; C. Pirmez, T. Fehintola, F. Tendo and E. Olaniyan, Shell E&P Co.

1500

14605

A 2D on 3D Pilot for 4D Feasibility: A Success on a Carbonate Field
C. Hubans, E. Zamboni, E. Brechet, H. Leher and A. Giovannini, Total

Alternate/Poster

 

14901

Reservoir Pressure Prediction Using Time-Lapse Seismic Prestack Elastic Parameter Inversion Method
W. Zhao, Z. Zhu and X. Jiang, CNOOC Research Inst.

Lotus Suites 5&6

Technical Session 26: Basin Evolution and Analysis

Session Co-Chairpersons: Eswaran Padmanabhan, U. Teknologi PETRONAS; Huy Giao Pham, Asian Inst. of Technology

This session is dedicated to basin evolution and analysis and promises some very interesting papers from several organisations, covering important basins in Southeast Asia including new opportunities, basin evolution, carbonate platform development characterisation of the fracture system and integration of various disciplines to identify new basins. This session is not to be missed especially for those who are involved in exploration as well as researchers.

1400

15171

A Regional Approach to Understanding Basin Evolution and Play Systematic in Brunei Unearthing New Opportunities in a Mature Basin
A. Gartrell, J. Torres and N. Hoggmascall, Brunei Shell Petroleum Co. Sdn. Bhd.

1430

14491

Stratigraphic Traps in Distal Lacustrine Delta, a Case History from Greater Sirikit East Field, Phitsanulok Basin, Central Plain, Thailand
S. Matha, F. Saifuddin, A. Panthong, I. N. Nuada, S. Phaungphuak, W. Ratawassanun and T. Euasurmpong, PTT Exploration and Production Plc.

1500

14470

Nam Con Son Basin Analysis: The Old and New
K. Meyer, Talisman Energy

Alternates/Posters

 

14830

Interpreting Geological Systems from Seismic Attributes: Reasons for Caution from the Northern Malay Basin
D.C. Barr, M.J. Flynn, C. S. Ong and K. Dharmarajan, Carigali Hess Operating Co. Sdn. Bhd.

 

14663

A Multidisciplinary Integrated Approach to Natural Fracture Detection, Characterisation and Modeling and its Application
Z. Wang, H. Xie, G. Peng and D. Zheng, PetroChina; F. Shen, GeoReservoir Research; and Y. Zhang, MIT Earth Resources Laboratory

 

14384

Growth and Demise of Neogene Central Vietnamese Carbonate Platforms: The Effect of South China Sea-Opening and Onshore Uplift
M.B. Fyhn, L.H. Nielsen and H.I. Petersen, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland

Lotus Suites 7

Technical Session 27: Unconventional: Over Arching Themes

Session Co-Chairpersons: Abdulrahman Alsharhan, United Arab Emirates U.; Christopher Morley, PTT Exploration and Production Plc.

This session highlights general themes on unconventional resource exportation plays, emphasising modeling on light shale gas reservoir development, the petrophysics of gas reservoir and the appraisal of unconventional resource plays.

1400

14631

The Petrophysics of Shale Gas Reservoirs: Technical Challenges and Pragmatic Solutions
V.K. Bust, A.A. Majid, J.U. Oletu and P.F. Worthington, Gaffney, Cline & Assocs.

1430

14667

Appraising Unconventional Resource Plays: Separating Reservoir Quality from Completion Effectiveness
C.L. Cipolla, R.E. Lewis, S.C. Maxwell and M.G. Mack, Schlumberger

1500

14422

Targeted Completions Change Economics in Unconventional Reservoirs
C.H. Smith and E. Menendez, Halliburton Energy Services

Alternates/Posters

 

14847

Combined Energy Recovery from Coal Seam Gas Reservoirs and Geothermal Resources (Simulation Study)
A. Salmachi, M. Haghighi, D. Dixon, P. Hart and A. Jachmann, U. of Adelaide

 

14802

Integrated Subsurface Analysis for Conceptual Geological Model Development of Basement, Ingoli Field, Cambay Basin, India
M.Y. Farooqui, U. Ghosh, A. Ray, S.D. Gupta, D. Sarkar and P. Ghosh, Gujarat State Petroleum Corp.; R. Srigiriraju, R. Sagar, C. Shrivastva, S. Bhadra, K.K. Natarajan, G. Agarwal, D.G. Rao and A. Carrillat, Schlumberger

Lotus Suites 9

Technical Session 28: Future Gas Commercialisation Technologies

Session Co-Chairpersons: Yoshifumi Suehiro, Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corp.; Stuart Traver, Gaffney, Cline & Assocs Inc.

This session examines two technologies for commercialising natural gas: Fisher Tropsch conversion gas to liquids (GTL) and production of natural gas hydrates (NGH).  The first paper examines the scalability of GTL plants to determine the profitability of small scale plants.  The second paper reports on a new syngas production process and discusses the applicability of this process, Advance Auto-Thermal Gasification, for Floating GTL.  The last paper proposes a new approach to treating contaminated water produced in a GTL plant which also reduces the emission of CO2. The third session reports on a demonstration project to produce NGH from natural gas, transport the NGH, and utilise it for industrial and residential applications.

1400

15274

Economics of Gas-To-Liquid Processing: “The Effect of Scaling on Profitability”
O.V. Uzoh and R.E. Bretz, New Mexico Inst. of Mining and Technology

1430

15208

World's First Demonstration Project of Natural Gas Hydrate (NGH) Land Transportation
T. Nogami, S. Watanabe and S. Nakai, Mitsui Engineering and Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.

1500

14785

Design a Model for Natural Gas Value Chain with Creative Industry Cluster with Market Viewpoint
A. Mousaei, Research Inst. of Petroleum Industry

Alternates/Posters

 

14215

A Novel Approach to Effluent Treatment in Gas-To-Liquid (GTL) Plant
C.G. Enyi, M. Nagib and G. Nasr, Salford U.

 

15492

Prediction of Solid-Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium in Natural Gas Using ANNs
F.B. Ismail, Curtin U., Sarawak Malaysia, and T. Shuker, U. Teknologi PETRONAS

Lotus Suites 10

Technical Session 29: Drilling Fluids and Cementing

Session Co-Chairpersons: Thomas Gee, Weatherford; George Jarvis, ExxonMobil Exploration & Production Malaysia Inc.

This session offers a great mix of drilling fluid and cementing technology using laboratory experiments and field case histories.  Drilling fluids case histories cover subjects like gasified fluids in Pakistan, Equivalent Circulating Density management with a continuous system in the South China Sea, and improved drilling performance.  Laboratory studies of barite sag, the use of nano particles for fluid loss, and Eco-Friendly and low toxic oil based mud systems are also covered.  On the cementing front, there is self healing cement for avoiding sustained casing pressure in gas wells, and cement integrity evaluation in a complex field in Xinjiang China.

1400

14250

First Application of Gasified Fluid Drilling in Pakistan
M. Asrar, Weatherford Intl. Ltd., and S.M. Sabir, Weatherford Pakistan

1430

14279

Avoiding Sustained Casing Pressure in Gas Wells Using Self Healing Cement
S. Taoutaou, J. A. V. Bermea, P. Bonomi, Schlumberger; B. Elatrache, Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Co.; C. Pasturel, Total; and M. Brangetto, Total E&P

Lotus Suites 11

Technical Session 30: Geomechanics Application in E&P - Well Applications

Session Co-Chairpersons: See Hong Ong, Baker Hughes Inc.; George Moridis, Lawrence Berkeley Natl. Laboratory

This session addresses the wellbore integrity issues with several excellent examples of theoretical developments and case studies on sand production prediction and wellbore stability analysis. We will hear about novel approaches in predicting wellbore and perforation tunnel stability and sand mass, as well as innovative techniques in constraining borehole breakouts and in-situ stresses. Several case studies illustrating how judicious and systematic geomechanical evaluations can lead to optimized drilling operations and sand management strategy are also presented.  

1400

15087

A Predictive Model for Sand Production in Poorly Consolidated Sands
A.S. Kim and H. Fitzpatrick, Halliburton Energy Services; and M.M. Sharma, U. of Texas at Austin

1430

14882

Geomechanical Evaluations Helped Successful Drilling Operation and Completion Selection in a Mature Field with Depleting Reservoirs Interbedded with Weaker Formations
A. Khaksar, K. Rahman, A. White and S. Asadi, Baker Hughes-GMI Consulting Services; J. Ghani and K. Stewart, Talisman Malaysia Ltd.

1500

14141

Bayesian Algorithm Opens Way to Wellbore Stability
H. Soroush, Weatherford Oil Tool

Alternate/Poster

 

14730

Field Development and Production Optimisation Integrating Reservoir Compaction, Sand Production and Wellbore Stability Modeling: A Field Case Study
R. Alcalde, C. Ozan, J. Alvarellos, M. Maggie and E. Araujo, GeoMechanics Intl.; G.J. Malpica and A. Perez S, Pemex

Lotus Suites 12

Technical Session 31: Human Resources - Employee Development and Sustainability

Session Co-Chairpersons: Brian Ward, Hess Corp.; Minh Vo, Chevron

This session includes several examples of how new tools are being utilised for employee development and advanced training.  We will hear about the use of interactive tools and the design of information systems to assist in the development and competency of new engineers and technical staff.  Also we will review how the correct mix of electronic delivery of training and instructor led training can benefit many organisations.  Also presented is the importance of an industry dedicated education program along with case studies and how this type of program can be utilised in other regions of the world.  Diversity in the workplace is also discussed. 

1400

14980

Blended Learning: Finding the Right Mix
G. Oyetola and E. Efana-Okon, Total E&P Nigeria Ltd.

1430

14245

Developing New Petroleum Engineers in Non-Operating Environment
M.I. Ibrahim, A.I. Almuhanna and K. Amiri-Garroussi, Kuwait Foreign Petroleum
Exploration Co.

1500

135077

Design Considerations of Information Systems to Support Employee Development

M.P. Kane, R. Stanley and R.G. Seymour, BJ Services Co.

1600-1730

Lotus Suites 1&2

Technical Session 32: Reservoir Surveillance 2

Session Co-Chairpersons: Elian Al-Anzi, Kuwait Oil Co.; Pashupati Sah, Calsep Asia Pacific Sdn. Bhd. 

This session showcases the latest techniques in reservoir surveillance encompassing well testing, formation testing and field level flow detection. The authors will be presenting the latest technology used in down-hole monitoring as well as reservoir monitoring, and attempts at working towards an analytical solution to the problem of flow in heterogeneous porous media. Case studies will exemplify the applicability of formation testing in tough environments, and cross-well seismic and electromagnetic measurements. A process driven solution to boost horizontal well production is also presented.

1600

14629

Fiber Optic Technology for Reservoir Surveillance
J.M.V.A. Koelman, J.L. Lopez and J.H.H.M. Potters, Shell Intl. E&P Co.

1630

15312

Fluorescent Nanobeads: A New Generation of Easily Detectable Water Tracers
N. Agenet and N. Moradi-Tehrani, Total; and O. Tillement, Universite Lyon I

1700

14263

Extending Formation Tester Performance to a Higher Temperature Limit
S. Daungkaew, N. Yimyam, C. Avant, J. Hill, K. Sintoovongse, A. Nguyen-Thuyet, M. Slapal and C. Ayan, Schlumberger; K. Osman, J. Wanwises, G. Heath and S. Salilasiri, Chevron Thailand; C. Kongkanoi, N. Prapasanobon, T. Vattanapakanchai, A. Sirimongkolkitti, H. Ngo and K. Kuntawang, PTT Exploration and Production Plc.

Lotus Suites 3&4

Technical Session 33: Thermal/Heavy Oil Recovery

Session Co-Chairpersons: Tayfun Babadagli, U. of Alberta; Kyuro Sasaki, Kyushu U.

This session includes seven excellent approaches of heavy-oil recovery related papers.  We will have examples of field scale applications from the evaluation of past experiences to suggested technologies to be applied in fields.  The session will also provide laboratory scale analysis of new approaches on thermal (steam), microbial and solvent (CO2 and hydrocarbon) injection, and electromagnetic heating applications.

1600

14720

Use of Nano-Metal Particles as Catalyst under Electromagnetic Heating for Viscosity Reduction of Heavy Oil
J. H. Greff and T. Babadagli, U. of Alberta

1630

144914

Case History: Lesson Learnt from Enhanced Oil Recovery Screening Method in Handil Field
F. Hadiaman, Total EP Indonesie

1700

15454

Evaluation of Steam Flooding and Cyclic Steam Stimulation (CSS) for a Fractured Carbonate Heavy Oil Reservoir
S.M. MousaviMirkalaei, U. Teknologi PETRONAS; R. Masoudi and A. Ataei, PETRONAS

Alternates/Posters

 

14918

Use of CO2 as Solvent during Steam-Over-Solvent Injection in Fractured Reservoirs (SOS-FR) Method for Heavy Oil Recovery
K. Naderi and T. Babadagli, U. of Alberta

 

14268

Experiment and Simulation of Indigenous Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery (IMEOR)
C. Yao and G. Lei, China U. of Petroleum (East China); J. Ma, Inst. of Exploration and Development, CNPC Changqing Oilfield Co.; and F. Zhao and G. Cao, Inst. of SINOPEC Shengli Oilfield Co.

Lotus Suites 5&6

Technical Session 34: Regional Case Histories in Geophysics

Session Co-Chairpersons: Yannick Kerdraon, Total E&P; Neil Smith, Mitsui Oil Exploration Co. Ltd

This session includes several applications of seismic surveys in different geographical contexts, different acquisition geometries and various geological thematics.  This session is aimed to demonstrate the great capacity of Seismic to provide a sharp image of the subsoil enabling reservoir characterisation, and possible dynamic monitoring during production. The session will also emphasise the paramount role of the processing and reprocessing stage to ensure the best quality.

1600

15297

Solutions to Seismic Resolution and Characterisation Challenges In Offshore Thailand
A.S. Long, PGS

1630

15352

Examples of 4D Studies from Kuwait
A.H. El-Emam and W.A. Zahran, Kuwait Oil Co.

1700

14443

3D-VSP and Surface Full-Azimuth Seismic Intergrated Study in Daqing Oil Field
Y. Li, Tongji U.; Y. Ling, Y. Chen, J. Gao, G. Xu and F. Chu, BGP Inc., CNPC

Alternates/Posters

 

14879

Benefits of PSTM and PSDM Reprocessing in the Exploration of the Deep Malay Basin
P. Charron and P. Ravaut, TEPMY; A. Riou and J. Sirgue, Total SA; and M.N.Z. Md Yasin, PETRONAS

 

15039

Gulf of Thailand Super Cube Technical Challenges in the Reprocessing of 40 3D Seismic Surveys, 15000sq.km.
Y. Phan, K. Lee, K. Soh and J. Sun, CGGVeritas; G. Livesay, Chevron (Contractor); H. Hsiao and K. Jitharn, Chevron

Lotus Suites 7

Technical Session 35: Unconventional: Case Studies

Session Co-Chairpersons: Paul F. Worthington, Gaffney, Cline & Assocs.; Geoff J. Barker, RISC Pty. Ltd.

This second session on unconventional oil and gas will deal with topical case studies of unconventional plays from North America, China, Thailand and Australia.  The principal focus is on exploration, appraisal and development of shale oil and gas deposits, but other unconventional reservoirs such as tight gas sands and coal seam gas are also featured.

1600

14621

Modeling Gas Migration, Distribution and Saturation in a Structurally and Petrologically Evolving Tight Gas Reservoir
J.S. Davis, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Co.; I. Belien, U. of Oregon; X. Liu, ExxonMobil Exploration Co.; and S. Dougherty, ExxonMobil Oil Indonesia

1630

14733

Ranking Production Potential Based on Key Geological Drivers - Bakken Case Study
R.S. Pilcher, J. McDonough Ciosek, K. McArthur, J. Hohman and P.J. Schmitz, Hess Corp.

1700

14487

Sichuan Basin Shale Gas, China: Exploring the Lower Silurian Longmaxi Shale
C. J. Hackbarth, Shell E&P Co.; D. Soo and N. Singh, Shell China E&P Co.

Lotus Suites 9

Technical Session 36: Putting Geology Back into Geologic Modeling

Session Co-Chairpersons: Fowzia Abdullah, Kuwait U.; Mohd. Rohani Elias, ExxonMobil E&P Malaysia Inc.

Reservoir rock typing has been effectively used to integrate information, including primary depositional lithology, diagenesis, pore geometry and a range of porosity, permeability and saturation data.  This session explores different approaches to reservoir rock typing and petrophysical characteristics in relation to fluid flow.  These approaches are emphasised through different models combining both geological and engineering characteristics of different reservoirs.

1600

15161

Challenges in 3D Geocellular Modeling of Complexly Faulted Stacked Reservoirs: Case Study from Existing and Potential Waterflood Areas in Sirikit Field, Onshore Thailand
H. Primadi, Qatar Petroleum; T. Charoenpun, I. Nuada and S. Matha, PTT Exploration and Production Plc.

1630

14826

Banyu Urip Reservoir Characterisation and Modeling-Carbonate Excess Permeability Using Single and Dual Porosity Models
M. Sun, Exxon Mobil Corp.

1700

14471

An Effective Approach for Automatic Rock-Typing And Calibration Using Single-Well Models
S.K. Sharma, A. Carrillat and T. Friedel, Schlumberger

Alternate/Poster

 

14375

From Core to Geomodel Integrated Reservoir Characterization: Example of a Tertiary Carbonate Gas Field, Southeast Asia
M. Rebelle, F. Cochet , C. Duval, B. Caline, C. Mabille and C. Gapillou, Total

Lotus Suites 10

Technical Session 37: Stimulation and Sand Control

Session Co-Chairpersons: Raymond Tibbles, Schlumberger; Brian Ward, Hess Corp.

This is a far-reaching session which covers diverse topics such as multistage fracturing in tight reservoirs to open hole gravel packing.  The first of the three papers covers open hole sand face completions in Malaysia.  This is followed by a presentation on multistage hydraulic fracturing.  The session winds down with a second paper on advancements in open hole completions.

1600

144217

Development of Small Field in Malaysia Using Cost-Effective Open Hole Sandface Completion Technologies - A Case Study
R.E. Regulacion, P.C. Jackson and P. Domia, Halliburton; N. Safiin, N.S. Nik Khansani, N.M. Ghazali, O. Zainal Abidin and C. Elliott, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.; and M. Abdul Rahim, Halliburton Energy Services Group

1630

15267

Developing a Stage Tool for Cemented Back Mono Bore Completions with Open Hole Multi-Stage Systems in the Montney
K.P. Kimmitt and R. Oberhofer, Packers Plus

1700

15336

Numerical Simulation of Hydraulic Fracturing in a Stacked Tight Gas Condensate Reservoir
A. Ataei, T.H. Wong and K.S. Chan, PETRONAS; R. Lau and M.E. Yeap, Shell Sarawak Bhd.

Alternates/Posters

 

146803

Openhole Gravel Packing of Fishhook Wells with Zonal Isolation Uphill Heel to Toe Packing
R.J. Tibbles, A. Nordin, and N. Moses, Schlumberger; R.A. Jansen, P.C. Brassart, S. Sulaiman and M. Kumar, Brunei Shell Petroleum Sdn. Bhd.; and J.G. Alexander, Schlumberger Asia Services Ltd.

 

14623

Unlocking the Limits of Sand Screen Reliability with an Innovative and Self-Adapting Technology
C.S. Yeh, T. J. Moffett and C.S. Mayer, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Co.; N. S. Bailey and D.A. Howell, ExxonMobil Production Co.; M.D. Barry and M.T. Hecker, ExxonMobil Development Co.; A. Green, G.A. Gillespie, C.A. Hall and S. McNamee, Weatherford Intl.

Lotus Suites 11

Technical Session 38: Well Intervention Challenges

Session Co-Chairperson: Bazlee Matzain, SPT Group Pty. Ltd.; Rob Turner, Brunei Shell Production Co. Sdn. Bhd.

This session includes several examples of innovative intervention techniques to implement simulations and understand the performance of the techniques to enhance productivity. We will hear about case studies of innovative water shut-off solution utilising real time measurement and analysis, and hydraulic fracturing executions and coiled tubing catenary operations that overcame challenges of mature field operations. Also presented will be methods to analysis chemical treatment performance and impairment.  

1600

SPE-145901

Innovative Water Shut Off Solution Combining Real Time Downhole Measurement and Analysis with Zonal Isolation Technologies for Horizontal Open Hole Producer in Ratawi Field - A Case History from Partitioned Zone
P. Boonjai and V. Noya, Schlumberger; B.Utomo, Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production Ltd; M. Al Harbi, Saudi Arabian Chevron; S.Razzak, Kuwait Gulf Oil Co.; S. Hamid, Dowell Schlumberger; and T. Shaheen, Schlumberger Logelco Inc.

1630

14407

Successful CTU Catenary and Well Test Operation on BY Drilling Platform
M.R. Sapian, M. H. Nordin, M. S. S. Salih, T. B. Setiawan and M. Z. Khalid, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn. Bhd.

1700

15463

Hydraulic Fracturing Stimulation Executions in Brunei
N. Talib and A.S. Omar, Brunei Shell Petroleum Co. Sdn. Bhd.

Alternates/Posters

 

14189

Skin Calculation and Other Applications with New Sonic Measurement in the Gulf of Thailand
L. Jiang, Schlumberger; and S. Pabchanda, PTT Exploration and Production Plc.

 

15118

Determining Matrix Treatment Performance from Downhole Pressure and Temperature Distribution: A Model
P.M.J. Tardy, Schlumberger Oilfield Eastern Ltd; F.F. Chang and X. Qiu, Schlumberger Dhahran Carbonate Research Center

Lotus Suites 12

Technical Session 39: Improving HSE Through Process Improvement

Session Co-Chairperson: Andrew Shaw, Baker Hughes

This session includes several innovative examples of process safety programs with the objective of improving both performance and safety. We will also hear about the integration of training and competence standards, sustainable reporting to drive performance and serious event research.

1600

146845

B.A.R.T (Baseline Risk Assessment Tool): A Step Change in Traditional Risk Assessment Techniques for Process Safety and Asset Integrity Management
A. Petrone, L. Scataglini, and P. Cherubin, ENI E&P

1630

14397

Ensuring Global Offshore Workforce Safety and Competence by Integrating National Regulatory Frameworks with International Industry Standards
I.S. Laing, OPITO

1700

15210

Making Wells Safer, Process Safety and Advanced Well Control Training
B. van den Brekel, Shell Global Solutions

Alternates/Posters

 

127513

Using Real Time Operations Systems to Improve Process Safety - A Historic Perspective
R. Cramer and L. Berendschot, Shell Global Solutions

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