15 July, 2020 Tulsa Oklahoma United States Virtual

American Association of Petroleum Geologists

Introduction to Unconventional Geochemistry 101 Hybrid/Shale Tight Plays and Thermal EOR Projects

13-15 July 2020
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Virtual Event

 

Who Should Attend

The course is designed for intermediate geoscientists i.e. beginners or intermediate geochemist, geologist, geomodelers, well integrity engineers, production engineers, scale specialists, production managers who work from exploration through reservoir management and development to production and environmental multidisciplinary teams.

Professionals who seek for knowledge for Petroleum Geochemistry, in their support of petroleum systems dynamics, basin modeling, environmental/wim issues and production enhancement support.

Objectives

After completion of this three days course, attendees will be able to work on multidisciplinary areas by:

  • Communicate clearly with multidisciplinary teams and generate daily or long-term geochemical solutions to maximize recovery and optimize capital spent executional projects within the full segment of EP business
  • Impact on reservoir well delivery, reservoir development and management and well integrity management/environmental related issues.
  • Use of reservoir geochemistry data for charge and migration assessment and integrated basin modeling parameters
  • Predict fluid properties determination and their complete geochemical characterization spectrum
  • Use of geochemical modeling tools to predict scaling, reservoir mineralogical transformation in thermal EOR towards well bore integrity issue coupled to flow back sampling
  • Predicts barriers and baffles especially in thermal reservoir struggle with clasts zones
  • Optimize chemicals costs used as stimulation in thermal reservoir and unconventional/hybrid plays
  • Predict different water sources in thermal EOR and unconventional/hybrid plays by geochemical modeling
  • Generate and interpretative geochemical tools for the origin of produced shale gases coupled to well logs data
  • Evaluation of in-situ distribution gases using gas geochemistry
  • Thermogenic and biogenic gases differentiations, geochemical well logs data
  • In-situ Sulfur management, field wise/reservoir mapping
  • Best practices geochemical sampling etc.
Course Content

Course will be held via Zoom: 1315 July 2020, 8:00 am12:00 pm (CDT)

This course will provide beginner or intermediate geoscience professionals with daily geochemical solutions to executional E&P projects from exploration to WIM/production and environmental footprints issues. The cases study covered here are under unconventional petroleum systems i.e. mainly thermal EOR and hybrid/shale plays areas. Mainly focusing on young reservoir and production geochemistry techniques disciplines. Each module objective will be achieved through challenging interactive exercises at the end of it.

This course is part of the AAPG GeoAnalytical Credentialing Program
The AAPG Certificate in GeoAnalytics enables a geoscientist to utilize analytics and technologies to explore for new resources, optimize existing energy resources, capture and manage resource-related data, work with teams across disciplines (engineering, geoscientists, data scientists, financial analysts).

Why This Class Stands Out

Unconventional/hybrid plays and thermal EOR petroleum geochemistry i.e. production geochemistry is a young discipline where there is an obvious need to be communicated/explained efficiently to a multidisciplinary team ranging from exploration appraisals including well delivery, reservoir management/development to production teams end point. It could impact towards lower cost through daily geochemical solutions for executional projects within a de-risking from exploration to production along the full segment business.

There are new topics to be covered under different area such as In-situ evaluation of produced gases, gas geochemistry, Barriers/Baffles-biomarkers, Tar Mat, H2S, geothermometry, Geochemical Modeling, Well Integrity Management/Environmental issues, aquathermolysis/sulfur management, Time Lapse Geochemistry hybrid plays, origin of shales gases/stable isotopes signatures, extract data from old preserved cores/malcolm, qemscan/ chemometrics correlations etc.


Day 1
Reservoir Geochemistry
  • Geochemical Modeling Concepts
  • Steam Sampling
  • Thermal Reservoir Mineralogical Transformations
  • Thermal Water Fingerprinting/Scaling
  • Tar Mats / Geochemistry Insights
Day 2
Production Geochemistry
  • Time Lapse Geochemistry
  • Barriers and Baffles
  • Production Allocation and Reservoir Continuity Studies
  • Gas Geochemistry for In-situ Fluids Distributions
  • Gas Geochemistry Thermogenic and Biogenic
  • Aqua thermolysis
Day 3
Production Water Geochemistry
  • Sand Control Screen Failure Geochemistry
  • Intermediate Casing Scaling Inhibition
  • Subsurface Sands 2-D Mapping/WIM
  • Geochemical Re-design Approach Injector
  • Thermal Geothermometry/Sand Control and Production
$595
$595
Expires on
15 July, 2020
Professional Fee
$395
$395
Expires on
15 July, 2020
Displaced Professional Fee
$295
$295
Expires on
15 July, 2020
Student Fee
30 People
Limit
  • Cancellations received on or before 29 June 2020 will be fully refunded less a $50 processing fee.
  • Refunds will not be issued after 29 June 2020 or for "no shows."
  • You may substitute one participant for another.
  • Cancellations or substitution requests should be emailed to Customer Service at .
Includes:
  • Zoom Link (a link will be sent at least 24 hours prior to the course)
  • Digital Course Materials
Technical Requirements:
  • Personal Computer
  • High-Speed Internet Connection
  • Search Engine (Google preferred)
AAPG Headquarters
1444 S Boulder Avenue
Tulsa Oklahoma 74119
United States
+1 918 584 2555
Tulsa, OK - AAPG Tulsa, OK - AAPG Virtual 56938 AAPG Headquarters
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