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While America as a whole is undergoing a 'shale oil boom', the question that remains is "what do operators need to do to make it happen in California?" ...

While America as a whole is undergoing a 'shale oil boom', the question that remains is "what do operators need to do to make it happen in California?"
The Department of Energy has estimated that the Monterey shale contains 15 billion barrels of oil - more than the Bakken and Eagle Ford shales collectively. This, combined with a mean of 6.5 billion barrels in San Joaquin fields such as the Kern River, Elk Hills, Midway-Sunset and Belridge South, around 1 million barrels in the Santa Maria basin, means California literally has the potential to become the most prolific oil resource within the US.

To fully exploit the Monterey and surrounding unconventional resources within California, the structural and lithological complexity of shale and diatomite reservoirs needs to be further understood to enable the identification of stimulation technologies that will maximize oil recovery, whether it be acid fracturing, hydraulic fracturing or steam injection.

The Tight Oil Reservoirs California 2014 Congress is the only E&P led congress with a specific focus on optimizing recovery in unconventional reservoirs within California. Leading E&P companies from the Monterey, Kreyenhagen and wider San Joaquin, Santa Maria and LA Basins will showcase optimized logging suites and seismic technologies to obtain key petrophysical, geomechanical and lithological data of California's sediments to finally be able to commercially exploit shale and to increase return on investment within diatomite.

Considering the sensitive nature of the current regulatory environment, strategies for complying with SB4 and AB32 and expediting hydraulic fracturing and steam injection permit approvals will be also examined. Finally, speakers will discuss case studies on how to source, transport and recycle water to ensure compliance with state regulations while minimizing operational costs within California.

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  • The Only Congress Focused On Taking New Steps In Driving The Monterey, The Kreyenhagen And The Wider San Joaquin, Santa Maria And LA Basins To Enable Commercial Production In California’s Unconventional Reservoirs Identifying Productive Zones And Determining The Most Appropriate Stimulation And Production Techniques For California’s Shale And  Unconventional Tight Reservoirs: Hydraulic Fracturing, Steam Injection And Acidization Key Topics To Be Discussed In This Year’s Agenda: June 25-26 | Bakersfield | California Ramon Elias VP Reservoir Engineering Santa Maria Energy Expert Insight From 20+ Industry Professionals Including Major Californian E&P Operators & Regulatory Authorities M Follow Us: @UnconventOilGas www.tight-oil-monterey-california-2014.com Register By Friday APRIL 25, 2014 SAVE $400 • PETROPHYSICAL DATA - DIATOMITE: Analyzing Logging Data To Measure Oil Saturation, Porosity And Permeability Within Tight Diatomaceous Formations • DIATOMITE PRODUCTION: Examining The Success Of Steam Injection Techniques Within Diatomaceous Formations To Yield Optimum Oil Production • SHALE RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION: Analyzing Data From The Latest Processed Cuttings And Mud Logs From California’s Shale Reservoirs To Accurately Identify What Controls Fluid Flow • FRACTURE MODELING: Collating Logging Data To Model Fractured Monterey Reservoirs And Discern The Role Of Natural Fractures In Completions Design • PERMIT APPROVAL - SB4: Hearing The Very Latest Operator And Regulatory Perspectives On How To Manage SB4 Applications And Expedite Permit Approval • HYDRAULIC FRACTURING - SHALE: How To Design SB4-Compliant Hydraulic Fracturing Design To Optimize Production In California’s Brittle Shale Rocks • ACID FRACTURING - SHALE: Determining The Optimal Acid Type, Volumes And Pumping Pressures For Acid Fracturing Jobs In High Clay Content Shale Reservoirs Organized By: Otto Welper CEO Viking International Petroleum Timothy Smith President & CIO Petro Lucrum Glen Honstein Principal Petrojen Production Company John Harris Geologist Amrich Energy Inc. Paul Gagnon SVP Central Resources Inc. Bob Poole Regulatory Affairs Manager Santa Maria Energy Lorelei Oviatt Director Kern County Planning Department Corey Lazaruk Project Manager Chevron
  • Need to generate new sales leads, launch a new product, engage key decision makers, build new future business relationships in key markets, or simply educate the industry about a new product? Then you need to exhibit at the Tight Oil Reservoirs California 2014 Congress. Our busy exhibit area is an integral part of the congress and is of genuine practical value to delegates, who are looking for new solutions and technologies. Exhibiting at the congress will help you position yourself as a market leader and centre of excellence to the key decision makers in the industry. For further information, please contact: info@american-business-conferences.com or + (1) 800 721 3915 www.tight-oil-monterey-california-2014.com (1) 800 721 3915 info@american-business-conferences.com While America as a whole is undergoing a ‘shale oil boom’, the question that remains is “what do operators need to do to make it happen in California?” The Department Of Energy has estimated that the Monterey shale contains 15 billion barrels of oil - more than the Bakken and Eagle Ford shales collectively. This, combined with a mean of 6.5 billion barrels in San Joaquin fields such as the Kern River, Elk Hills, Midway-Sunset and Belridge South and around 1 million barrels in the Santa Maria oil field, California literally has the potential to become the most prolific oil resource within the US. To fully exploit the Monterey and surrounding unconventional resources within California, the structural and lithological complexity of shale and diatomite reservoirs needs to be further understood to enable the identification of the stimulation technologies that will maximize oil recovery - whether it be acid fracturing, hydraulic fracturing or steam injection. The Tight Oil Reservoirs California 2014 Congress is the only E&P led congress with a specific focus on optimizing recovery in unconventional reservoirs within California. Leading E&P companies from the Monterey, Kreyenhagen and wider San Joaquin, Santa Maria and LA Basins will showcase optimized logging suites and seismic technologies to obtain key petrophysical, geomechanical and lithological data of California’s sediments, to finally be able to commercially exploit shale and increase return on investment within diatomite. Considering the sensitive nature of the current regulatory environment, strategies for complying with SB4 and AB32 and expediting hydraulic fracturing and steam injection permit approvals, will be also examined. Finally, speakers will discuss case studies on how to source, transport and recycle water to ensure compliance with state regulations, whilst minimizing operational costs within California. Marriott Bakersfield At The Convention Centre 801 Truxtun Avenue Bakersfield, California 93301 Phone: 1 - 661 323 1900 Website: http://tinyurl.com/p46ap2k Venue Information: Sponsorship And Exhibition Opportunities Available At The Congress Register By Friday APRIL 25, 2014 SAVE $400 • PUREUNCONVENTIONALCALIFORNIAFOCUS:TightOil ReservoirsCalifornia2014istheonlycongressavailablefocusing purelyonunconventionaloilandgasrecoveryinCalifornia.Thisis notaUS-widecongressnorisitacongressthatcoversalltypesof oilandgasinCaliforniainwhichshaleisasmallpart.Itispurely unconventionalanditispurelyCalifornia.Ithasbeendesigned thiswaytoprovidetwowholedaysoffocused,uninterrupted presentationsandinsightstooperatorslookingtocapitalizeon California’sunconventionalresources. • SHALE&DIATOMITEBREAKDOWN: Thisdualfocushasbeen chosenduetheincreasingattentionbeingplacedondiatomite production,theever-closercommercializationofshaleresourcesand thelayeredandinterrelatedgeologyofbothtypesofformation.This conferenceisforoperatorsworkingonshale,diatomiteorboth. • RECOVERYFOCUSEDPRESENTATIONS:Thecommercial opportunityobviouslyliesintherecoveryoftheoil,whichiswhythe entireagendaforthiscongresshasbeendesignedaroundoptimizing. Allkeydriversbehindcost-effectiverecoveryarebeingaddressed, frompetrophysicaldatatofracturemodelingtozonetargeting, stimulationtechniquesandpermitapprovals.Eachsessionhasbeen designedtodelivertangibleinsightsintohowtooptimizerecovery. • COSTREDUCTIONTHEME:Californiaisstillsittingonahugeamount ofoilthat’syettobetapped.Operatorsdon’thavethetimeormoney toeternallytestoutindividualstrategies,sothiscongressisoptimizing dataandinsightsgleanedsofarbybringingthelatestresultsfromother operatorstofindoutwhathasworkedbestsodelegatescanenhance andunderstandouttofullyexploitthesereserves. Tight Oil Reservoirs California 2014 Congress Key USPs
  • DAY 1: RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION Day 1 Wednesday June 25, 2014 8.30 Chair’s Opening Remarks TimothySmith,President&CIO,PetroLucrum KEYNOTE ADDRESS 8.40 Identifying Key Steps A Leading Operator Has Taken To Successfully Produce From California’s Complex Unconventional Reservoirs • Reviewing the heterogeneity of the Monterey to examine geological drivers behind existing operational challenges for California operators • Overcoming the unique technical and regulatory challenges to Monterey exploration and production to execute a viable exploration strategy • Exploring emerging hurdles in tax, fresh water production, industry-regulatory agency and stakeholder cooperation in SB4 compliance • Identifying stakeholder perceptions of water utilization, reconditioning and reuse during a drought • Examining perceptions of North American and European investment communities on the ability of operators to economically exploit the play • Re-iterating the importance of producer activity in California and Kern county PaulGagnon,SVP,CentralResources 9.10 Question & Answer Session KEYNOTE PANEL 9.20 Examining The Future Outlook Of The Monterey Shale: Discussing Current Monterey Shale Challenges And Identifying Opportunities For Growth • Collaborating different operators’ insights to determine what makes the Monterey work in certain areas and identify the drivers behind successful wells • Using latest well performance data to determine whether acid stimulation or fracturing is the most consistent method of well stimulation • Providing an overview of the companies that are actively chasing the Monterey to identify key target areas • Providing an E&P perspective on latest regulations to determine how they are going to impact Monterey development GlenHonstein,Principal,PetrojenProductionCompany PaulGagnon,SVP,CentralResources 9.40 Question & Answer Session PRODUCTION DRIVERS & ZONE TARGETING 9.50 Providing An Analytical Assessment Of Production Results From Horizontal Wells In The Monterey Formation To Identify Key Production Drivers And Enable The Targeting Of Productive Zones • Examining the number of wells drilled and produced in the Monterey to provide an overview of exploration and exploitation efforts to date • Reporting production rates from various zones to determine which methods of stimulation have yielded the greatest results • Understanding how an operator has used reservoir characterization techniques to identify strategies for draining the matrix • Mapping natural fractures to understand how to adapt well placements for maximum drainage • Providing a case for drilling multilateral wells to increase production and economic viability of Monterey wells drilled RamonElias,VPReservoirEngineering,SantaMariaEnergy 10.20 Question & Answer Session 10.30 Morning Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION: SHALE & DIATOMITE Comparing The Latest Petrophysical, Geomechanical And Lithological Data To Characterize Reservoirs And Isolate Productive Zones Within California’s Shale And Diatomaceous Formations POROSITY & PERMEABILITY DATA: SHALE 11.00 Analyzing Data From The Latest Processed Cuttings And Mud Logs From California’s Shale Reservoirs To Accurately Identify What Controls Fluid Flow • Examining how an operator is utilizing TOC content combined with porosity data to determine sweet spots within California’s shale formations • Using the latest data to correlate shale facies to porosity, permeability and saturations to map the productivity of a shale reservoir in California • Identifying reservoir mechanisms and chemical reactions in the rock that could be affecting permeability and fluid flow • Using x-ray diffraction to identify rock composition: size of grain, sorting, orientation and porosity to aid isolation of productive zones JohnHarris,Geologist,AmrichEnergyInc. 11.30 Question & Answer Session SEISMIC ANALYSIS 11.40 Capturing Seismic Data Before And During Completions To Correctly Monitor The Geometry Of The Wellbore, Ensure Zonal Isolation During The Frac And Comply With SB4 Regulations • Combining seismic signatures with logging tools to identify consistent bed boundaries and predict oil reserve potential • Using microseismic and tilt meters in conjunction to manage steam migration and prevent surface expressions within diatomaceous formations • Assessing seismic imaging and analysis when hydraulic fracturing to monitor the success of the fracture within Monterey shale OttoWelper,CEO,VikingInternationalPetroleum 12.10 Question & Answer Session RESERVOIR MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES 12.20 Using Production Results Seen From Three New Reservoir Technologies To Understand Their Ability To Enhance Daily Production And Ultimate Recovery • Examining how a new oil/water multiphase flow meter provides accurate, cost-effective real-time data on liquids production from every well • Evaluating the ability of wireless, unpowered data systems to give real-time downhole pressure and temperature data • Exploring inexpensive wireless systems to determine their effectiveness in giving real-time liquid level data from any well to protect pumps, maximise flow rate and provide pressure build-up data CoreyLazaruk,ProjectManager,Chevron 12.50 Question & Answer Session 1.00 Lunch In The Exhibition Showcase Area PETROPHYSICAL DATA: DIATOMITE 2.00 Analyzing Logging Data To Measure Oil Saturation, Porosity And Permeability Within Tight Diatomaceous Formations • Interpreting dielectric logs to examine hydrocarbon volume in areas of low resistivity and heavy oil • Processing fluid flow pressure, stresses and characteristics from logging suites to obtain GOR data within a diatomaceous reservoir • Assessing the latest data from neutron logs to derive porosity within tight diatomite rocks • Combining neutron and density logging to examine porosity and infer the location of productive zones MarkWilson,GeologyManager,SantaMariaEnergy 2.30 Question & Answer Session LOGGING TOOLS Comparing Logging Tools, Methodologies And Correlation Techniques To Accurately Characterize California’s Shale And Diatomite Reservoirs LOGGING TOOLS: SHALE 2.40 Comparing The Reliability And Accuracy Of Open Hole And Cased Hole Logging Tools For Determining Reservoir Parameters In Micro And Nanodarcy Permeability Shale Reservoirs • Contrasting open hole and cased hole logging systems to aid the selection of logging tools for reservoir characterization • NMR scanning: Investigating NMR scanning as a method for distinguishing porosities and permeability in tight reservoirs • Gamma ray spectro logs: Determining uranium radiation levels in solicitous reservoirs to define flow characteristics for zonal targeting • Enhancing the accuracy of data interpretation from gamma ray logging to determine the reliability of data for informing the frac design MikeMullen,LoggingAdvisor,CentralResources 3.10 Question & Answer Session 3.20 Afternoon Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area PERMIT APPROVAL: SB4 Hearing The Very Latest Operator And Regulatory Perspectives On How To Manage SB4 Applications And Expedite Permit Approval SB4: REGULATORY PERSPECTIVE 3.50 Hearing The Latest Updates On SB4: How It Will Work, How Long Approval Will Take And What Details Operators Need To Provide In The Final Roll Out • Hearing the latest process updates from the regulator on how they will be handling applications for fracturing permits in California • Outlining the process of SB4 and criteria that an operator must meet to gain permit approval • Groundwater Testing & Monitoring • Water Use • Chemical Disclosure • Risk Assessment • Hearing the regulatory perspective on how operators can best acquire permitting approval to avoid delays in field operations • Highlighting key areas of time delay in the permitting process and how long an operator may expect to wait for approval MikeSmith,Director,InterstateOil&GasCommission 4.20 Question & Answer Session SB4 APPROVAL: OPERATOR PERSPECTIVE PANEL 4.30 Learning How An Operator Is Currently Handling The Permitting Process To Comply With SB4 And Achieve The Fracturing Permits Needed • Hearing how the operator is gathering vast amounts of information across to departments to file for fracturing permit approval with minimal delays • Understanding how the operator is ensuring they have met all approval criteria to attain the permit • Summarizing how operations can be safely implemented to avoid zonal migration and safety concerns to avoid further stringent regulations • Forecasting future requirements and how companies can work collaboratively with stake holders to represent themselves better and gain public acceptance ShaneHolunga,CorporateEnvironmentalHealth&SafetyCo- Ordinator,CentralResources LoreleiOviatt,Director,KernCountyPlanning Department 5.00 Question & Answer Session 5.10 Chair’s Closing Remarks 5.20 - 6.20 Networking Drinks Reception In Exhibition Showcase Area www.tight-oil-monterey-california-2014.com (1) 800 721 3915 info@american-business-conferences.com SantaMariaEnergy “Top notch all the way! Great information on critical subjects that you can’t get anywhere else” BHPBilliton “Great job! Great congress for the California area”
  • 8.30 Chair’s Opening Remarks KEYNOTE PANEL: DIATOMITE PRODUCTION 8.40 Techniques And Well Results: Examining How A Leading Operator Is Producing Commercially From Diatomaceous Formations • Assessing how the operator decided on recovery method to maximize oil recovery • Observing steam management techniques used by the operator to successfully avoid surface expressions RamonElias,VPReservoirEngineering,SantaMariaEnergy 9.10 Question & Answer Session WELL DESIGN Tailoring Well Design Based On Different Geological Characteristics In Place To Maximize Oil Recovery WELL DESIGN 9.20 Optimizing Well Designs Based On Geological Characteristics In Place To Enhance Drilling And Completions Performance In Various Portions Of The Monterey Shale • Optimizing drilling fluid selection to maximize ROP and oil production • Casing design requirements based on the planned completion and stimulation • Enhancing BHA design to minimize downhole failures and maximize ROP • Selecting completion and stimulation method: determining the most viable option for the Monterey based on local formation characteristics GlenHonstein,Principal,PetrojenProductionCompany 9.50 Question & Answer Session 10.00 Morning Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area SHALE STIMULATION Identifying Optimal Techniques For Stimulation Within Both Brittle And High Clay Content Shale Reservoirs To Maximize Oil Recovery HYDRAULIC FRACTURING: SHALE 10.30 How To Design An SB4-Compliant Hydraulic Fracturing Design To Optimize Production In California’s Brittle Shale Rocks • Assessing how to match reservoir characterization from California’s heterogeneous shale reservoirs to frac design • Using TOC and petrophysical data to determine optimal well spacing • Conceptualizing the optimal number of stages within the lateral wellbore and how to isolate fractures to determine where the production is coming from • Evaluating how to select proppant type and volume to propagate fractures • Evaluating green frac fluids being applied to stimulate the reservoir without causing formation damage or breaching SB4 regulations • Discussing the merits of using high pressure fracturing to yield greater results DonClarke,Director,PetroleumTechnologyTransfer Council 11.00 Question & Answer Session ACID FRACTURING: SHALE 11.10 Determining The Optimal Acid Type, Volumes And Pumping Pressures For Acid Frac Jobs In High Clay Content Shale Reservoirs • Justifying when to use an acid fracture instead of a hydraulic fracture to ensure maximum productivity • Outlining the most cost-effective and high recovery chemical combinations for the acid fracture • Understanding which acid to use with which rock types to avoid costly damage to the reservoir • Harnessing the optimal volume, concentration and pressure of acid injection to safely carry out an acid fracture on a shale reservoir without breaching regulations MaysamPournik,Professor,UniversityOfOklahoma 11.40 Question & Answer Session 11.50 Lunch In Exhibition Showcase Area DIATOMITE PRODUCTION Examining The Success Of Steam Injection Techniques Within Diatomaceous Formations To Yield Optimum Oil Production STEAM INJECTION 12.50 Monitoring Steam Injection In Unconventional Formations To Ensure Steam Is Distributed Evenly Along The Lateral And Avoiding Surface Expressions • Identifying key metrologies for overcoming injection constraints to optimise steam injection techniques and yield optimal oil production • Reviewing the effectiveness of the hall method to ensure the required pressure and temperature is being achieved downhole • Adapting to steam: Discovering how to best maintain steam quality and efficiency • Providing case study examples from 1300 steam injection cycles and step rate testing to determine how results differ RamonElias,VPReservoirEngineering,SantaMariaEnergy 1.20 Question & Answer Session STEAM MANAGEMENT 1.30 Evaluating The Latest Processes Being Used By Operators To Acquire Steam Injection Permits In California • Understanding how to successfully gain permits for steam injection to ensure the smooth running of diatomite production operations • Acknowledging methods of steam migration monitoring to avoid surface expressions, minimize costs and meet regulatory requirements • Evaluating compliant methods for preventing and treating surface expressions BobPoole,RegulatoryAffairsManager,SantaMariaEnergy 2.00 Question & Answer Session REGULATIONS & PERMIT APPROVAL Understanding Fracturing And Steaming Permitting Processes Within California To Streamline Applications And Expedite Approvals WATER HANDLING 2.10 Analyzing Methods Of Water Sourcing, Transport And Recycling To Reduce Disposal Costs While Complying With State Regulations • Outlining the regulations for water disposal and handling to plan a cost-effective compliance strategy • Pinpointing viable sources of water for fracturing to comply with regulations and ensure sufficient water is available for the fractures • Discussing options for treatment and recycling frac water to reduce both sourcing and disposal costs • Assessing the correct method of water monitoring to avoid contamination of groundwater in compliance with SB4 ScottCouch,SupervisingEngineeringGeologist,StateWater ResourcesControlBoard 2.40 Question & Answer Session 2.50 Afternoon Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area BLM FRACTURING REGULATIONS 3.20 Understanding The Proposed BLM Hydraulic Fracturing Rule To Prepare Oil And Gas Operators On What To Expect In The Future • Examining the history and status of the hydraulic fracturing regulations in California to outline the current operator requirements • Identifying the objectives and the legal drivers behind regulations to understand the goals of the regulations in place • Understanding the nature of potential regulatory amendments and the impacts they could have upon the fracturing process • Clarifying the relationship of the BLM regulations to SB4 RichEstabrook,PetroleumEngineer,BureauLand Management 3.50 Question & Answer Session AB32 4.00 Establishing The Effects Of AB32 Compliance On Overall Production And Methods Operators Are Implementing To Meet State Requirements • Outlining AB32 regulations to identify how to best comply and minimize fines and extra costs • Detailing how to comply with the regulations without impacting production • Defining steam management techniques within diatomite specifically to reduce emissions and comply with AB32 • Assessing mechanisms to capture emissions for re- use to reduce offsets of pollution BobPoole,RegulatoryAffairsManager,SantaMariaEnergy 4.30 Question & Answer Session LEGISLATION UPDATE 4.40 Providing An Update On Severance And Carbon Tax, The Moratorium, SB4 Implementation And New DOGGR Leadership To Determine How They Will Impact Oil And Gas Production • Examining latest legislation surrounding severance tax, the moratorium, carbon tax and water reporting to understand the implication in operators going forward • SB4 Implementation: Reviewing interim and permanent regulations surrounding environmental impact reports, seismic fault identification and water quality testing • Outlining local petroleum production bans and discussing new DOGGR leadership to determine the impact on California operators BlairKnox,DirectorPublicAffairs,CIPA 5.10 Question & Answer Session 5.20 Chair’s Closing Remarks & End Of Congress Day 2 Thursday June 26, 2014 www.tight-oil-monterey-california-2014.com (1) 800 721 3915 info@american-business-conferences.com DAY 2: STIMULATION & REGULATIONS Total “Very informative congress with pertinent topics and networking opportunities”
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