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NFES and NORCE; Formation Evaluation & Geosteering Workshop, Nov.5th to 6th, Stavanger, Norway

NFES (Norwegian Formation Evaluation Society) and NORCE (Norwegian Research Centre) joint event; Formation Evaluation and Geosteering Workshop November 5th to 6th, Stavanger, Norway Call for abstracts, close 1st July, see flyer for submission and registration details! https://geosteering.no/workshop2019/ https://www.linkedin.com/…/urn:li:activity:6536929003054477… http://www.nfes.org https://www.linkedin.com/company/nfes/

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AFES 2019 Seminar ‘Reissued’ Call for Papers

AFES 2019 Seminar ‘Reissued’ Call for Papers

This is a 1st call for verbal and/or poster presentations for the ‘rescheduled’ 2019 AFES Seminar. Contributions are invited but not limited to the following topics: Extraction of hydrocarbon from poorer quality rock after the easily producible has been extracted Residual oil saturation estimation after…

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LPS – “Image Logs and Fractured Reservoirs”, One Day Seminar on the 20th June, London

LPS – “Image Logs and Fractured Reservoirs”, One Day Seminar on the 20th June, London

http://lps.org.uk/events/one-day-seminar-images-fractured-reservoirs/

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  • May 2019 monthly AFES meeting, Greg Blower (left) with Jonas Kaiser (right).

    May 2019 monthly AFES meeting, Greg Blower (left) with Jonas Kaiser (right).

  • May 2019 monthly AFES meeting, Greg Blower (left) with Xanat Zacarias-Hernandez (right).

    May 2019 monthly AFES meeting, Greg Blower (left) with Xanat Zacarias-Hernandez (right).

May Monthly AFES Meeting

Many thanks Jonas Kaiser from BHGE for his presentation on advanced mud gas analysis techniques, and also our May student presentation from Xanat Zacarias-Hernandez from Aberdeen University, on fracture/matrix fluid exchange dynamics.

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CANCELLED – AFES 2019 Fieldtrip – Stonehaven, Thursday 30th May 2019 @ 16:00

CANCELLED – AFES 2019 Fieldtrip – Stonehaven, Thursday 30th May 2019 @ 16:00

UPDATE! CANCELLED – AFES fieldtrip to Stonehaven 30 May 2019 due to poor weather conditions   AFES members and fieldtrip participants;  please note that unfortunately, due to poor forecasted weather conditions, we have cancelled this fieldtrip.  The wet rocks would pose a HSE risk but…

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AFES Meeting: 15th May, 2019

AFES Meeting: 15th May, 2019

Abstract: Surface logging technologies such as mud gas analysis are able to provide a fast and cost-effective input for reservoir evaluation. Recent developments in the extraction and analysis hardware allows not only a higher sampling density but also improves the reliability and comparability of the…

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DEVEX 2019 – LEGACY & SUSTAINABILITY: 50+ YEARS OF UKCS HISTORY & LESSONS FOR THE FUTURE

DEVEX 2019 – LEGACY & SUSTAINABILITY: 50+ YEARS OF UKCS HISTORY & LESSONS FOR THE FUTURE

http://www.devex-conference.org/ DEVEX 2019 A4 Programme_0.4 DEVEX is now in its 16th year and is the only technical conference of its size which is focused on the full cycle of reservoir discovery, evaluation, development and recovery in the UK and provides excellent opportunities for engineers and geoscientists…

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AFES 2019 Seminar Call for Papers

AFES 2019 Seminar Call for Papers

Contributions are invited but not limited to the following topics: Extraction of hydrocarbon from poorer quality rock after the easily producible has been extracted Residual oil saturation estimation after flooding: how it is measured and its evolution over time Using petrophysical parameters that were tuned…

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April Monthly AFES Meeting

Many thanks Girvani Manoharan and Anelechi Ibekwe, our April student speakers from Aberdeen University. Two very interesting and very well received talks, great work!

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AFES Meeting: 10th April, 2019

AFES Meeting: 10th April, 2019

Abstract: The presence of fractures significantly influences the flow of fluids in a reservoir because of the large contrast in transmissibility between the fracture and the matrix. Therefore, more accurate prediction and characterisation of fractures hold significant potential for improving production by increasing the success…

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