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High CO₂, High Contaminant Challenging Fields and Alternative Energy - Impact and Monetization

A Joint Workshop with EAGE

Tuesday, 23 November Thursday, 25 November 2021, 2:00 p.m.–5:45 p.m.  |  Virtual Workshop via Zoom (Singapore, Singapore time)

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New Format, New Dates for AAPG/EAGE Geosciences Technology Workshop

In order to stay relevant with the current times, the Organising Committee has decided to revise the format of this event. There will be six exciting panel sessions, which will take place from 23-25 November 2021 (2.00-5.45 pm Singapore time). The event will still be run virtually.

Together with our supporting organisations CSIRO, CO2CRC, Global CCS Institute, The Geological Survey of Thailand, The Indonesian Petroleum Association, The Malaysian Geological Society, PESA and SEAPEX, we hope that this format change will not materially affect you or your company and we look forward to your ongoing support for this joint event. The optional Field Trip and CO2 Laboratory Visit at Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS may take place in-person, on 25 November 2021. This will be confirmed in due course.

We look forward to welcoming your attendance at this virtual event; details found in the Pricing page. Meanwhile, we hope that everyone continues to stay safe.

Keith Chan, Shell Malaysia, Convenor, on behalf of AAPG and EAGE

High CO2, as well as high contaminant (H₂S, mercury etc.) fields, are prevalent challenges facing the industry in the Asia Pacific Region. The genesis of some are relatively well known, but prediction has been difficult. The impact that it has on-field development is tremendous and varies from field to field. In exploration, these have typically been shunned due to the high costs involved in developing these. However, the industry has been caught by surprise time and again due to the low sampling rate in the exploration phase. It is often decided whether it is worth continuing to the next stage based on a single wildcat and limited data availability. There have been cases of high contaminant(s) discoveries which, after appraisal, reveals a much lower percentage in the reservoir. The inverse has been proven as well, pointing to the difficulty in quantifying contaminant(s) during the exploration phase. Even amongst the high contaminant fields, often, there are low contaminant fields nestled in between and varying concentrations of contaminants from shallow to deeper reservoirs with no apparent trend.

Learning from best practices (innovative technology, cluster development, etc.) and risk-based planning are what can help commercialize these fields and bring them online. On the other hand, the development of these resources will be competing with new (alternative) energies. Even as the whole industry re-orients itself to play an ever more active role in combating climate change, carbon capture, utilization, and storage will be playing a pivotal role starting from the exploration and appraisal stage. How will all these fit into the energy transition? What role will the geoscientists and engineers play in these changing times? Government and regulators will need to be part of the conversation as a holistic solution is needed from the technical space to the regulatory space. An active conversation will be needed in the region that involves public-private participation in how best to prepare and tackle this issue.

 
New Format, New Dates for AAPG/EAGE Geosciences Technology Workshop

In order to stay relevant with the current times, the Organising Committee has decided to revise the format of this event. There will be six exciting panel sessions, which will take place from 23-25 November 2021 (2.00-5.45 pm Singapore time). The event will still be run virtually.

Together with our supporting organisations CSIRO, CO2CRC, Global CCS Institute, The Geological Survey of Thailand, The Indonesian Petroleum Association, The Malaysian Geological Society, PESA and SEAPEX, we hope that this format change will not materially affect you or your company and we look forward to your ongoing support for this joint event. The optional Field Trip and CO2 Laboratory Visit at Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS may take place in-person, on 25 November 2021. This will be confirmed in due course.

We look forward to welcoming your attendance at this virtual event; details found in the Pricing page. Meanwhile, we hope that everyone continues to stay safe.

Keith Chan, Shell Malaysia, Convenor, on behalf of AAPG and EAGE

Pre-recorded 10-minute talks will be broadcast, followed by 60 minutes of Panel discussion with Q/A
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Field Seminar
Ipoh, Malaysia
Friday, 26 November 2021, 8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m.

Date: 26 November, 2021
Time: To be determined

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Further details to come.

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
 

As this GTW is now going virtual, these In-Person activities may still continue. We will update this page as necessary

 
$160
Expires on
25 June, 3020
Non-Member Fee
$120
Expires on
25 June, 3020
Member Fee
$100
Expires on
25 June, 3020
*Panelist and Moderator Fee
$100
Expires on
25 June, 3020
Committee Member Fee
$40
Expires on
25 June, 3020
Student Fee
 

All prices in USD

*Panelists and Moderators need not pay for the Panel session they present or moderate at. One-time fee of USD$100 will apply for attendance at other Panel sessions. Co-Authors (if any) may register for the Member or Non-Member fee.

 
Distinguished Panelists and Moderators
Keith Chan Keith Chan Convener Exploration Geoscientist, Regional Ventures (APAC), Shell Malaysia Limited, Malaysia
Linda Stalker Linda Stalker Committee Member Senior Research Scientist, CSIRO, Australia
Lisa Chisholm Lisa Chisholm Committee Member Geologist, Resource Development & Management, MPM, PETRONAS, Malaysia
Mark Robert Paul Tingay Mark Tingay Committee Member Head (Pore Pressure/Geomechanics), PETRONAS, Malaysia
Chun-Hock Tan Chun-Hock Tan Committee Member Senior Geologist, Shell Petroleum Company Ltd., Malaysia
Boon Hua Tan Boon Hua Tan Committee Member Geophysicist, Sapura OMV Upstream, Malaysia
Sahriza Salwani Bt Md Shah Sahriza Salwani Bt Md Shah Committee Member Project Delivery and Technology Researcher (Geoscientist),Gas Sustainability Technology (R&D), PETRONAS Research Sdn Bhd (PRSB), Malaysia
Farhana Jaafar Azuddin Farhana Jaafar Azuddin Committee Member Senior Geoscientist, PETRONAS Research sdn Bhd (PRSB), Malaysia
M Rashad Amir M Rashad Amir Committee Member Project Delivery and Technology Geoscientist, Gas Sustainability Technology, PETRONAS, Malaysia
Siti Syareena Mohd Ali Siti Syareena Mohd Ali Committee Member Group Research & Technology Geomechanics, Advanced Expertise Common Center (ARCC), PETRONAS Research Sdn Bhd, Malaysia
Mohd Shafiq Firdauz Abdul Razak Mohd Shafiq Firdauz Abdul Razak Committee Member Geologist, Beicip-Franlab Asia, Malaysia
Clare Hannah Barker-White Clare Barker-White Committee Member Principal Research Analyst, IHS Markit, Malaysia
Rachmat Sule Rachmat Sule Committee Member Lecturer and Geophysicist, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
Nour Koronful Nour Koronful Committee Member Software Integrated Solutions (sis) Exploration Hub Senior Geologist, Schlumberger, Germany
Dominic Pepicelli Dominic Pepicelli Committee Member Principal Reservoir Engineer, Energy Resources Division Department for Energy and Mining, Australia
Haylay Tsegab Haylay Tsegab Committee Member Senior Lecturer, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, PE, Malaysia
Ruth Dass Ruth Dass Society Liaison Event Manager, EAGE Asia Pacific Sdn Bhd, Malaysia
Adrienne Pereira Adrienne Pereira Society Liaison Programs Manager, AAPG Asia Pacific Region, Singapore
Ruth Dass Event Manager, EAGE Asia Pacific
Adrienne Pereira Programs Manager, AAPG Asia Pacific Region
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