Expanded Deepwater Program: January 24-25

The AAPG Deepwater Reservoirs Geosciences Technology Workshop examines the big picture as well as taking close looks at case studies and technology. The workshop, to be held in Houston on January 24-25 (http://www.aapg.org/gtw/DeepwaterReservoir2012/index.cfm) is still accepting poster session submissions.  A partial list of accepted talks appears below:

One exciting big-picture presentation will be presented by John Dribus (Schlumberger). Entitled “The Formation of Atlantic Margin Salt Basins and an Overview of the Challenges Created by Salt in Exploration for Oil and Gas,” the presentation will allow for time for questions and discussion.

Comparison of Global Deepwater Plays
Dr. John Wagner / Nexen

Lorien field in Green Canyon
Niven Shumaker, Noble Energy

Applications of Formation Testing in Deepwater Reservoirs
Hani Elshahawi, Shell International E&P Inc.

Operational Challenges and Lessons Learned from drilling an Ultra Deep Water Wildcat Well in a

Logistically Challenging Frontier Environment Offshore French Guiana
Jon Priestley, Tullow Oil, and Andy Peters, Schlumberger

Minimizing Offshore Exploration Risks by Evaluating the Charge of Subsea Structures
Rick Schrynemeeckers, W. L. Gore

High Resolution and nD Seismic Imaging for Reservoir Characterization with Case Studies
Gary Yu, Geotrace

Using oil fingerprinting to dramatically reduce the cost of production allocation
Mark McCaffrey, Ph.D., Weatherford Laboratories

Deepwater Reservoirs of Offshore Western Florida
Maureen Thompson, Spectrum

Reducing Reservoir Uncertainty in a Phased Development – Tahiti Field, Deepwater Gulf of Mexico, USA
David Tatum, (Chevron Covington, LA)

New Technologies in the Deepwater Oil Industry
Cleveland M. Jones, FGEL – Geology Department/UERJ – State University of Rio de Janeiro

Reducing Exploration Risk in Deepwater GOM through Large Scale Geomechanical Modeling
Gang Han, Rock Mechanics Advisor, Hess Corporation

Predicting the Deep Water Geopressure: Safe Drilling is walking a Fine Line, Case Histories from GoM
Selim Shaker, Geopressure Analysis Services (G.A.S.)

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