DEVEX 2013 Technical Programmes

Thursday, 16th May 2013 Gordon B

08:30-08:50 Refreshments & Breakfast Rolls in Exhibition
Kindly Supported by Senergy
08:50-09:30 Chair Welcome
Keynote Presentation: Rob Peters, Maersk Oil North Sea UK
Current and Future Challenges Part 2
Chair: Ross Taylor, Maersk
09:30-09:55 UKCS: A Future for Exploration?
OMV
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09:55-10:20 Why Can't I Get my Reserves Right?
RPS
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10:20-10:45 Coffee Break
Kindly Supported by Senergy
10:45-11:10 Sandstones and Basalts: Reservoir Development in Volcanic Provinces
ABERDEEN UNIVERSITY
11:10-11:35 Hydrocarbon Sampling in Tight Chalk
MAERSK
11:35-12:00 Coffee Break
Kindly Supported by Senergy
11:50-13:20 Yound Professional's Event (Gordon B)
Kindly Supported by Dana Petroleum
12:00-12:50 Attended Poster Session (Boyd Orr Exhibition Hall)
12:50-13:40 Lunch
Kindly Supported by Senergy
Reservoir Management from A to Z
Chair: Mark Hayes, RPS Energy
13:40-14:05 Integrated Reservoir Study of Mature Oil Field Resulted in Rejuvenation of an Abandoned Oil Reservoir to Add New Reserves and Production, GoS - Egypt
DANA PETROLEUM
14:05-14:30 The Search for the Elusive Turbidite Reservoir - Integrated Chemostratigraphy and Sedimentology in the Jurassic of the Central North Sea
REDROCK ASSOCIATES & CHEMOSTRAT LTD
14:30-14:55 Coffee Break
Kindly Supported by Senergy
14:55-15:20 Tristan NW Abandoned After Producing 1% of GIIP: Re-Development Potential
APEC
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15:20-15:45 Reservoir Management: Preparing Schiehallion for a 3-Year Shut-In and Start-Up
BP
15:45-16:10 Coffee Break
Kindly Supported by Senergy
16:10-16:35 Estimated Fluid Contact Using Material Balance Technique and Volumetric Calculation Improves Reservoir Management Plan
MAERSK
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16:35-17:00 Production Lost: Estimating the Impact of Bringing a New Well into an Existing Development
CONOCOPHILLIPS
17:15-22:30 Field Trip to Craigeven Bay, Stonehaven. Buses leave from AECC at 17:15 hrs, returning to Central Aberdeen late
Kindly Supported by CNR International