SPE SUMMER SOCIAL
Date: Thursday, June 8, 2017 | 4:30 - 8:30 PM
Location: DAC Rooftop, 1325 Glenarm Place
Join us for a fun evening to celebrate with fellow members another great SPE season, learn about all the benefits of being an SPE member, and for a special recognition of the 25-year members.
Live Music, games, raffle prizes, food and drink
Ticket price $15 to pre-register includes 1 drink ticket/appetizers/1 raffle ticket. Onsite cost $25 at the door.
Regional and Section Award Recipients
Steward of Industry - Daniel Kelly
Section Spirit Award - RockPile Energy Services
Regional Distinguished Corporate Support Award - Liberty Oilfield Services
Regional Completions Optimization and Technology - Robert Barree
Regional Drilling Engineering - Jon Aslakson
Regional Formation Evaluation - Terrilyn Olson
Regional Management and Information - Mark Williams
Regional Production and Operations - Zach Madrazo
Regional Reservoir Description and Dynamics - Scott Wilson
Section Outstanding Student - Jessica Iriarte
Regional Distinguished Achievement Award for Petroleum Engineering Faculty - Romona Graves
Section Past Section Chairperson - Leen Weijers
Section Rookies of the Year - Joel Dill & Justin Griffin
Regional Young Memeber Outstanding Service 2 - Deborah Ryan
Regional Young Member Outstanding Service 1 - Mark Hinaman
Section Community Service Award - Ellen Scott
Section Service Award - Don Smith
Regional Service Award - Wendell Salas
Regional Service Award - Julianna Sipeki
2017 GOLF TOURNAMENT
When: Friday August, 4th 2017
Tee Time: 7:30 AM - 1:00 PM
The Ridge at Castle Pines North
1414 Castle Pines Parkway
Castle Pines, CO 80108
$800 per Team
(Team includes green fee, cart rental, and breakfast, lunch, or dinner - depending on tee time)
*Sponsors will get first preference for tee times, all tee times will NOT be guaranteed until 1 month prior to the tournament
Bronze - $150
Silver - $300
Gold - $500
Platinum - $1000
Questions? Call Erin McEvers at (303) 842-5748
GENERAL MEETING | Estimation of Shale Gas and Oil Properties Based on Field Data
When: September 13, 2017 at 11:30 AM
Where: Denver Athletic Club
SPE Distinguished Lecturer: Tao Yang - Statoil
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Registration closes at 5 PM on Monday, September 11th
Abstract: Reservoir fluid composition and PVT properties play important roles in liquid rich shale development. Accurate estimation of reservoir fluid richness has a significant impact on drilling target and well completion. Traditional PVT properties are widely used for reservoir management, production optimization, and economic evaluation.
Unfortunately PVT data from shale reservoirs is rarely available in public literature due to difficulty to obtain representative in-situ fluid samples in extremely low permeability reservoirs. This makes understanding shale PVT a very challenging task. StatOil spent two years' time to collect large amounts of PVT samples and measure PVT properties for the Eagle Ford field. Wide range of reservoir fluids from dry gas, gas condensate, volatile oil to black oil had been collected and studied thoroughly.
Based on the large PVT database from more than 50 wells, a new methodology was developed to estimate in-situ reservoir fluid composition and corresponding PVT properties based on readily available field data. Only providing one of the following field data (either API gravity of surface condensate/oil, gas-oil ratio, surface gas composition, or mud logging data) is sufficient to derive the majority of PVT properties, including reservoir fluid fluid composition, saturation pressure, formation volume factors and NGLs.
The new method proposed in this presentation is a technical breakthrough for shale gas and oil properties with many applications with significant improvements. Thanks to reservoir fluid self-consistency in shale plays, it is very practical to estimate reasonable PVT properties based on existing field data without large sampling and laboratory programs.
Biography: Tao Yang is a reservoir technology specialist at Statoil. He holds BSc and PhD degrees in chemical engineering. Before joining Statoil, Tao Yang worked at Pera a/s - a world leading reservoir engineering consulting company in Norway. From association with Professor Curtis Whitson (Recipient of SPE Anthony F. Lucas Gold Medal 2011), he gained vast industrial experiences from global reservoir engineering consulting projects for more than 200 fields.
Tao Yang has publications in prestigious journals and reviews papers for several technical journals (technical editor of SPE Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering and editorial board member of Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering). He served as co-chairman and steering committee member for numerous workshops and conferences (including the successful SPE ATW Complex Reservoir Fluids in 2011, 2012, and 2014). He received the SPE Outstanding Technical Editor Award in 2009 and the SPE North Sea Regional Technical Award - Reservoir Description and Dynamics in 2011.
Professional Review Course for Petroleum Engineering
Course Description: This course covers most topics that are found on the State Board Petroleum Engineering Professional Examination.
When: Monday, September 18 - Friday, September 22, 2017 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Who Should Attend: Engineers who are planning on taking the PE exam in Petroleum Engineering this fall.
Instructor: Bing Wines, PE
For More Information:
WINROCK ENGINEERING INC.
P.O. Box 42296
Oklahoma City, OK, 73123