RMAG DWLS Fall Symposium

 

Conventional Evaluation Methods for Unconventional Reservoirs and Vice Versa

 

              

 

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About the Event

  October 2, 2018

8:30am - 4:00pm

Check-in begins at 8:00am

  American Mountaineering Center (710 10th St, Golden, CO 80401)

  RMAG or DWLS Member - $225 (DWLS members: please use this registration form or contact the RMAG office ([email protected] or 303-573-8621) to register with the member discount)

Non-Member - $250 (includes RMAG membership benefits for the rest of 2018)

Student - $150 (Availability at this rate is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis. To register, please download this registration form and turn it into the RMAG office with a copy of your student ID.)

  Registration includes a light breakfast and catered lunch. 

Online registration closes September 28, 2018.

Day-of event registrations are now available. You may register for this event at the door for an additional $25.00 ($250 for members, $275 for non-members). Payment for day of event registrations must be received at the door. Cash, credit cards, and checks are accepted. Course materials will be available as a PDF download. You will receive notification when available before the start of the course. Day of event registrants will be given a link to download the PDF. Please bring a device to download the PDF.

Refunds for the Fall Symposium are available only until September 11, 2018.
If you are unable to attend, your registration is transferable. RMAG & DWLS members may transfer their registration to another RMAG or DWLS member, and non-members can transfer their registrations to whomever they wish. Should an RMAG member wish to transfer their registration to a non-member, the non-member would need to pay the balance between the member and non-member price.

Day-of-event registrations are non-transferable and non-refundable.

Line-up of Symposium Speakers
Authors Title Topic
Ramil S. Ahmadov and Gregory N. Boitnot, New England Research

Integration of Experimentally Derived Rock Properties into Characterization Workflows

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Rock Properties
Marsha French, Colorado School of Mines

Micro-Imaging Porosity-Preserving Microcrystalline Quartz in Deep, Hot Sandstone Reservoirs

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Imaging
Shiva-Nandan Arens, Cody W. Bomberger, Dave McGee, Michael H. Hofmann, Marc S. Hendrix, AIM GeoAnalytics

Quantitative 3D Analysis of Micro-Pore Networks in Tight Oil and Gas Reservoirs Using Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy (CLSM)

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Microscopy

Stephen Cumella*1,2, Alan Byrnes2, Mark Sonnenfeld3; 1. Consultant, 2. Whiting Petroleum Corp. 3. Now with Cimarex Energy Co

Investigation of the Shale Electrical Resistivity Reversal Commonly Observed at the Wet- to Dry-Gas Transition

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Alan P. Byrnes1, Shawn Zhang2, Lyn Canter3, Mark D. Sonnenfeld4; 1. Whiting Oil & Gas Corporation; 2. DigiM Solution LLC; 3. Luween LLC; 4. Cimarex Energy Co. Application of Integrated Core and Multiscale 3-D Image Rock Physics to Characterize Porosity, Permeability, Capillary Pressure, and Two- and Three-Phase Relative Permeability in the Codell Sandstone, Denver Basin, Colorado
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Imaging
Michael Miller, Cimarex Energy Co.

Wettability and Water Cut Prediction in the Delaware Basin

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Delaware Basin
Jill Thompson, Nick Franciose, QEP Resources, Inc.  Tank Development in the Midland Basin Texas: A Case Study of Super-Charging a Reservoir to Optimize Production and Increase Horizontal Well Densities
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Midland Basin
Deborah Ryan and Michael Mehle, MHA Petroleum Consultants LLC.

Traditional Reservoir Simulation in a Modern Fractured Unconventional Play
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Simulation
 

Connie Knight, Independent Geologist

The Eagle Basin of Northwest Colorado: A Compartmentalized Evaporite Basin and Large Hydrocarbon Frontier
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Eagle Basin