New Ways to Look at Old Data: New Pay Zones, Increased Production, Expanded Regional Plays
November 8-9, 2010 | Houston | Norris Conference Center
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Two-day workshop: 8-9 November
Documents and badges on-site
Certificate of Completion
$795 - AAPG Member
$895 - AAPG Nonmember
Tel: +918 560-2650
Fax: +918 560-2678
Increase Profitability in Shales and Unconventionals, Mature Fields, Completions, EOR, Bypassed Pay
New Knowledge Means a True Return on Investment
Combining old and new data can give you a powerful new approach that can result in immediate positive results. The key to improved production and better exploration results could be right at your fingertips – it's just a matter of finding out how to bring together old and new well logs, seismic, geology, cores, production, and more. People who have tried the approach and have had success will share their stories.
Sessions include using existing data for effective hydraulic fracturing for horizontal wells, ways to look at old well log data to find new fields and new productive zones, integrating core information and old seismic with new technologies for better imaging of reservoirs, combining old and new data for enhanced oil recovery, and bringing together old and new data to better understand shale reservoirs.
- New Ways of Looking at Seismic, Petrophysical and Geological Data in Mature Fields
- New Ways to Use Old Data for Completions
- New Ways of Looking at Old Data in Shale Plays
Listen, weigh in, share, challenge, debate — ask the tough questions!
Jump-start your understanding by sharing the knowledge & experience of practicing geologists, engineers, geophysicists.
Who should attend
This geosciences technology workshop is ideal for geologists, engineers, geo-techs, geophysicists, geochemists, and other members of exploration and production teams and companies who want to become familiar with cross-disciplinary perspectives on how to look at old data in a new way in order to achieve economic success in both old and new plays. The event will be a great place for experienced geoscientists to discuss examples, and for young geologists to become familiar with the key issues.
It is a perfect venue for large, medium, and small operators to share.
What is special about a GTW?
People who are actively working in operations, exploration, production, research, and service industries can talk in small groups, discuss concepts, and learn from each other. For informed, small-group, focused discussions that focus on practical, applied and relevant geosciences, there’s nothing like it!
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