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Influencing the Future Energy Landscape: Novel Ways to Improve Reservoir Performance for Offshore Cost-Effective Development

2022 Technical Program


Influencing the Future Energy Landscape: Novel Ways to Improve Reservoir Performance for Offshore Cost-Effective Development

Thursday, 5 May
Technical / Poster Session
Offshore oil and gas reservoirs will continue to play a significant role in the global hydrocarbon supply in the near future while the industry continues to face economic challenges to sustain decarbonization efforts. Additional environmental challenges pose risks to activities that provide key data for subsurface characterization like seismic surveys and drilling. This session focuses on tools and methods to improve subsurface understanding via reservoir characterization at different scales including remote sensing, seismic to reservoir applications, well logging, fiber optics, upscaling methods and machine learning algorithms with the goal to reduce uncertainty and improve asset performance, both critical for sustainability during and post energy transition. It is intended for scientists and engineers working in field development and operations with focus on subsurface disciplines.
Mariela Araujo Fresky - Shell Exploration & Production Co
Yani Araujo De Itriago - SGS North America Inc.
Sponsoring Societies:
  • American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)
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    M.A. Aslam, F.A. Siddiqui, Pakistan Petroleum Limited; A. Bari, Schlumberger; I. Khan, F.I. Siddiqui, Pakistan Petroleum Limited; M.R. Khan, Schlumberger; M.Y. Abbasi, Pakistan Petroleum Limited; M.S. Tanveer, Schlumberger
  • 0952-1014 31758
    Downhole Pressure Prediction For Deep Water Gas Reservoirs Using Physics-Based And Machine Learning Models
    J. He, Chevron Technology Company
  • 1014-1036 32015
    Correlation Between Completion Quality And Productivity Degradation Narrows Down Uncertainty In Production Forecasts
    J.C. Avila, Chevron North America E&P; J.F. Capululo, Cabinda Gulf Oil Co. Ltd.
  • 1036-1058 32141
    Reservoir Souring In Mature Offshore Field Malaysia: Root Cause, Mitigation, And Management Of H2s
    A.H. Mithani, E. Rosland, A.B. Jamaludin, W. Ismail, M.T. Lajawai, I.B. A Salam, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn Bhd
  • 1058-1120 31784
    Application Of Artificial Intelligence To Upscale High-fidelity Models Considering Fluids Profiles
    H.F. Scanavini, A. Santos, H. Pedrini, D.J. Schiozer, University of Campinas; F.P. Munerato, Repsol Sinopec; C.E. Barreto, SOLPE
  • 1120-1142 32086
    High-Resolution Lwd Image Data Acquisition Improves Subsurface Insight In Mature Field Of Limestone-claystone-basement Formation Sequence, A Case Study From The Sunda Basin, Indonesia
    L. Warkhaida, V.B. Manurung, Halliburton; R. Widiatmo, A. Santosa, P.K. Harinursari, R.A. Priambodo, PHE OSES
  • 1142-1204 31734
    Coupled Integro-differential-asymptotic Solution For Permeabiliy Loss/restoration Monitoring In Pressure-sensitive Oil Reservoirs
    F.B. Fernandes, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro - (PUC-Rio) and Petrobras-Petroleo Brasileiro S.A.; A.M. Braga, Pontificia University Catolica Brazil; A.S. Souza, Pontificia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro - PUC-Rio; A. Soares, Federal Fluminense University (UFF)



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