Making Money with Mature Fields | 5-6 October 2016 | Houston, TX

Where is the oil? How much is there? and What is the best strategy for recovery?

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American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)

The discussion and dialog at the "Making Money with Mature Fields" GTW will be focused on the new and improved technologies that will help revitalize reservoirs, especially in mature fields where problems such as low pressure, paraffin, corrosion, and other issues cause problems.

Who are the operators?

The operators who are currently benefiting are those willing to take a chance on wells that they had pretty much given up for dead, or at the very least, uneconomic. The operators start with a few test wells, and then, with success, they move on to implement the solution in an entire field. If they have a lot of wells, they have to keep in mind that not all will be uniformly successful. The key success factor is having a knowledgeable geologist/engineer consultant team helping identify candidate wells and planning the workflow / process.

This GTW will benefit operators by giving insight on ways of how to improve revenue as well as make a significant impact on the company.

If you would like to present, please contact the department as soon as possible.

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