RMAG/DWLS 2019 Fall Symposium
360 Union Blvd.
Lakewood, CO 80228
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Multiscale Imaging for Reservoir Optimization
The Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists and the Denver Well Logging Society are teaming up again to present the 2019 Fall Symposium on October 22, 2019 at the Sheraton Denver West! The technical program will be organized topically and will attempt to provide cross-disciplinary collaboration between our two societies.
Students! We have a limited number of discounted student registrations at $150. To register, please fill out this registration form and return it to the RMAG office along with a copy of your current student ID.
- Member early bird pricing: RMAG and DWLS members pay $225 ($50 off non-member price) through October 1st. After October 1st, member price increases to $250.
- DWLS Members: To register at the member price, please either call the RMAG office (800-970-7624) or fill out this registration form and return it to the RMAG office.
- Food: Registration includes a light breakfast and catered lunch. A reception will follow the talks.
- Online registration closes October 16, 2019
- Sheraton Denver West hotel rooms: RMAG has reserved a block of rooms at the Sheraton at the rate of $159 for a standard room for the night of Oct. 21st. If you are interested in reserving a room, please contact the Sheraton at (303) 987-2000. The deadline for reserving a room is Sept. 20th.
- Day-of event registrations will be available unless the event sells out. You may register for this event at the door for $275. 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. Day of event registrants will be given a link to download the PDF. Please bring a device to download the PDF. Day-of-event registrations are non-transferable and non-refundable.
- Refunds for the Fall Symposium are available only until October 8, 2019.
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.
Sponsorships and Exhibitor Booths are available!
To register, download the prospectus/registration form.
|Lyn Canter* (Sedimentary Solutions LLC)||Microscopy and electron microscopy: brief history of rock imaging|
|Connor Burt*, Silvano Sommacal, Andrew Fogden, Benjamin Young, William Noel, Alessio Arena, Leonardo Salazar, Tobias Gerwig (Thermo Fisher Scientific); Qianhao Cheng, Andrew Kingston (Department of Applied Mathematics, Australian National University); Denis Marchal, Ana Maria Perez Mazas, Claudio Hugo Naides, Guillermina Kohler, and Marcelo Cagnolatti (Petrobras Argentina S.A.)||Multi-scale multi-modal imaging for complete characterization of pore systems in unconventional reservoir rocks|
|Alan P. Byrnes1,*, Shawn Zhang2,**, James Howard2, Patricia Rodrigues1, Mary Guisinger1; (1. Whiting Oil & Gas Corporation, 2. DigiM Solution LLC)||Relative permeability upscaling in porosity systems with under-resolved features using image-based rock physics|
|Andrew Fager*, Gana Balasubramanian, Bernd Crouse, David Freed (Dassault Systèmes)||Prediction of shale matrix permeability controls through simulation of advection and diffusion processes|
|Brianna Berg*, Shibu Arens, Cody Bomberger, Michael Hoffman (AIM GeoAnalytics)||Visualization and quantification of micron and sub-micron scale pore heterogeneity in tight oil basins|
|Adey Ojelabi* and Josh Ulla (DeepImaging)||Imaging frac fluid during completions and flowback to uncover how we are actually treating the rock|
|Terri Olson*1 and Brad Michalchuk2 (1. Digital RockPetrophysics, 2. Anschutz)||Pore systems in the Niobrara and Mowry Shales, Powder River Basin, Wyoming|
|Marsha French* and Jacquie Colborne (Colorado School of Mines)||Imaging microcrystalline quartz and related silica polymorphs to understand the formation of microcrystalline quartz in the Wolfcamp A siliceous mudstones, southern Delaware Basin|
|Rachel Williams* & David Bell (Occidental Oil & Gas)||Integrated characterization of a conventional reservoir using legacy cuttings/core and new well data, Central Basin Platform, Texas|
|R. Pelapur*, C. Burt, A. Aghaei, P. Bhattad (Thermo Fisher Scientific)||Segmentation & correlative analysis of conventional 2D petrography thin sections and 3D micro-CT|
|Andrew C. Johnson*, Andy Wray, Elia Haddad, Fausto G. V. Nieto, Akinolou Williams (Schlumberger)||Modeling Petrophysical and Geomechanical Properties for a Thin-Bed Reservoir using High Resolution Image Logs and Machine Learning|