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Unconventional Hydrocarbon Plays in Asia
15-16 March 2012 | Singapore
Unconventional hydrocarbon plays have begun to gain significant attention and investment in Asia, representing the latest frontier for these disruptive technologies that have already changed the face of upstream oil and gas in North America. To improve your understanding of the distribution and quality of Asia's unconventional hydrocarbon plays, register now for AAPG Asia Pacific's second Geosciences Technology Workshop.
Targeted at a geotechnical audience, the forum focuses on exploration for, and not marketing of, unconventional assets. The workshop will look into resource identification, play mapping and distribution, characterization, resource (volume) estimation and analysis, produceability, best practices and global analogues which can be tapped to significantly reduce the technical risks in these resources.
Technical experts on CBM, shale gas and tight oil plays in US and Australia have been enlisted to provide global analogues, together with experts working on frontier opportunities in China, India, Pakistan and Indonesia. Proposed sessions will cover shale plays, coal seam gas plays and other alternate hydrocarbon plays. There are still slots available to share your expertise.
- Presentations/Dynamic Discussions/Case Studies from experts in the Industry, including Dr. Christopher Schenk of USGS, Dr Zao Caineng of Petrochina, David Waldo of Gaffney-Cline, Arnout Everts of Leap Energy, Prof. Shan Xuanlong, RIPED and Prithiraj Chungkam of IHS
- The event will include an evening Icebreaker on 14 March and Group Dinner on 15 March
Who should attend?
- Unconventional Resources Geoscientists
- Unconventional Resources Asset Managers
- Unconventional Resources Engineers
- Asian Regulators managing potential unconventional plays
Program - preliminary
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