session on "Global Deepwater Review With Examples of Cycle Time
Reduction" will be held in the afternoon of Wednesday, Oct. 27,
during the AAPG International Conference and Exhibition in Cancun.
chaired by Chandler Wilhelm and Adan E. Oviedo-Perez will feature:
Global Overview of Tertiary Deepwater Foldbelts.
Development: What's Next?
Learnings: Angola Deepwater Developments.
Work Processes and Technologies to Shorten Cycle Time on Major
Deepwater Developments, Angola Block 14.
One and Build Two: Cycle Time Reductions in Angola's Block 14
Tombua-Landana Deepwater Development.
Production Systems to Reduce Cycle Time of Offshore Developments.
Future of Deepwater Oil and Gas.
not too early to get ready to attend the year's premier international
Conference and Exhibition, sponsored jointly with the Mexican
Association of Petroleum Geologists, will be held Oct. 24-27 in
deadline is Sept. 23.
for all activities is the Cancun Convention Center, featuring a
nearly 30,000-square-foot ballroom that will house the large exhibits
theme is "Petroleum Industry in the 21st Century: Technology, Business
and Frontiers," which will be explored through field trips, short
courses, special talks and a technical program that features more
than 340 presentations.
program -- details of which are now available in print and online
-- is divided into six themes:
- Deep-Water Exploration,
Development and Production -- Six sessions
dealing with the latest developments from the areas of Gulf of
Mexico, Angola, Brazil and other regions.
- Geology and Seismic
Six sessions devoted to imaging, interpreting, modeling and understanding
subsurface geology from seismic data.
- Mexican Basins and
Three sessions focusing on the host country's basins, plus looks
at the remaining potential of the Americas.
- Management and Strategy
Six special sessions.
- Beyond Conventional
Three special sessions on impact structures, environmental and
gas monetization topics.
- Exploration and Production
Concepts and Technologies --
Nine sessions, including two provided by the SPE, on production
and remote control, drilling practices, IT, carbonates, fractures,
heavy oil and mature basins and fields.
and updated meeting information