In anticipation of AAPG’s Geomechanics and Reservoir Characterization GTW in Baltimore, July 16-17, we have assembled a small set of articles and presentations on geomechanics, many of which were prepared by individuals who will also be presenting in Baltimore. If you like the resources, let us know and we’ll put together more that you can access, share, and prepare for the meeting.(continued)
If you are interested in learning more about the engineering side of exploring in carbonate reservoirs, such as engineering characterization and development of simulation models for waterfloods, EOR, and CO2 storage, be sure to attend the intense, one-day event in Fort Worth. Primary focus will be in the Mississippian Limestone and Arbuckle Plays.
Space is limited — it’s a one-day workshop in conjunction with AAPG’s Summer Education Conference. Invest in yourself and your future — new technologies and approaches to EOR in carbonates have the potential to improve recoverable reserves in a very significant way.
Name of course: Engineering Aspects of the Mid-Continent Carbonate Reservoir Developments: Focus on Mississippian & Arbuckle
Top geoscientists and engineers specializing in geomechanics will present and discuss indispensable tools and knowledge needed for success in shales, unconventionals, and offshore. Geomechanics and Reservoir Characterization, an AAPG GTW, to be held in Baltimore on July 16-17, will consists of in-depth presentations, ample time for question and answer, panel discussions, and in-depth discussions. There will be organized networking activities as well.(continued)
Exploration and Development in the Mississippian System | June 12, 2013(continued)