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Using Geochemistry to Understand Production GOR in Unconventional Reservoirs

Petroleum Systems Webinar Series

Occurred Wednesday, 8 June 2022, 8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m.  |  Virtual Webinar via Zoom (Tulsa, Oklahoma time)

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Join the Petroleum Systems Technical Interest Group (TIG) for the next session of the AAPG Petroleum Systems Webinar Series, "Using Geochemistry to Understand Production GOR in Unconventional Reservoirs", on Wednesday, 8 June 2022, 8:00 AM (CST).

A common question in appraisal or development of either conventional or unconventional reservoirs is understanding the control on production yield (stb/mmscf) or GOR (stb/scf). Fluid and/or rock-based geochemistry is a useful tool in conjunction with engineering principles to understand what the primary mechanism(s) are controlling production yield. Here we will look at the use of geochemistry to access yield for tight reservoirs.

Eric Michael
Applied Petroleum Technology

Eric is a subject matter expert in application of geochemistry and basin modelling for basin and field scale problems. Eric has 32+ years of industry experience (ConocoPhillips, USGS, Mobil, Sohio) in conventional and unconventional (e.g., heavy oil, CBM, shale oil/gas) reservoirs performing subsurface risk and resource assessment for in-place volumes, hydrocarbon phase prediction and field development and optimization. He has coauthored 45+ publications and patents, many specific to unconventional reservoir development. He joined Applied Petroleum Technology in 2022 as Chief Geochemical Advisor (Americas).

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