WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

E&P: CEOs, COOs, VPs, Directors, Managers, Engineers & Team Leads Of


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  •     Reservoir Engineering
  •     Operations
  •     Engineering
  •     Resource Management
  •     Unconventional Reserves
  •     Geology & Geophysics
  •     Strategy & Planning
  •     Asset Development
  •     Strategy
  •     Technology
  •     Completions
  •     Technology
  •     SAGD

Plus...


  • Steam Generation Technology Suppliers
  • SAGD Equipment Suppliers
  • CSS Equipment Suppliers
  • Automated Steam Injection Equipment Providers
  • In Situ Combustion Technology Providers
  • Steam Control Tool Suppliers
  • Stimulation Equipment Manufacturers
  • Water Treatment Technology Providers
  • Desalination Technology Providers
  • Rotating Equipment Suppliers
  • Artificial Lift Suppliers
  • Sand Control Filter Suppliers
  • Engineering Consultants
  • Procurement Consultants

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LEARNING BENEFITS:

The In Situ Oil Sands SOR Reduction Initiative 2013 has been strategically developed as...

... the only event delivering timely In Situ Oil Sands production and SOR reduction solutions for E&P companies operating in the Athabasca oil sands region. With each session designed to deliver realistic first hand insights into groundbreaking In situ oil sands recovery technologies and techniques it will provide valuable commercial benefits for operators in Western Canada's oil sands plays.

Due to the interdependency of operational sustainability between SOR and CAPEX and OPEX, this agenda has been strategically engineered to amalgamate current subsurface production challenges right from reservoir selection to bitumen recovery and all stages in between.

Presentations will be delivered on the following key topics as identified by E&P executives operating in Western Canada:

OPTIMIZING COST & SOR: Hearing how producers are reducing the CAPEX and OPEX of steam generation and increasing recovery to reach an SOR of 1.1 in Western Canadian In Situ Oil Sands

UNDERSTANDING THE RESERVOIR: Defining the composition of the reservoir and water cut for accurate well placement decisions to counter lean zone interaction challenges

AUTOMATED INJECTION TECHNOLOGIES: Examining innovative steam assisted recovery technologies for optimal bitumen production

STEAM-BASED RECOVERY TECHNIQUES: Examining the latest condensable and non-condensable coinjection recovery techniques to reduce steam requirements and improve production

NON-STEAM ASSISTED RECOVERY TECHNIQUES: Understanding innovative non-steaming techniques as feasible alternative methods of recovery

WATER TREAMENT & SOR: Examining how evaporators affect quality of steam to evaluate the technology as successor for warm lime softeners

PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES: Improving production from carbonate reservoirs, tackling sand control and managing tripping issues to maximize recovery

WELL SPACING & STEAM INJECTION PRESSURE - IMPACT ON SOR: Examining how varying well spacing and injection pressures enable producers to optimize SOR

MANAGING DILUENT REQUIREMENTS: Investigating strategies to manage diluent supply and technologies to eliminate diluent need altogether

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