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The mission of the In Situ Oil Sands SOR Reduction Initiative 2013 is to uncover the latest steam injection techniques, recovery technologies, water treatment technologies and production techniques through knowledge sharing between industry innovators. The conference will see experienced operators delivering presentations on their successes and failures on trials for novel steam generation and oil recovery practices.

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    • Optimizing Reservoir Selection, Steam Based And Non-Condensable Recovery Techniques And Steam Quality To Drive Down SOR And Reduce Capital And Operating Expenditure In In Situ Oil Sands Recovery Delivering The Latest In Steam Based And Non-Condensable Recovery Techniques And Steam Quality To Drive Down SOR And Reduce CAPEX And OPEX In In Situ Oil Sands Recovery www.oil-sands-sor-reduction-2013.com (1) 800 721 3915 info@canadian-business-conferences.com P 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 P UNDERSTANDING THE RESERVOIR: Defining The Composition Of The Reservoir And Water Cut For Accurate Well Placement Decisions To Counter Lean Zone Interaction Challenges P AUTOMATED INJECTION TECHNOLOGIES: Examining Innovative Steam Assisted Recovery Technologies For Optimal Bitumen Production P STEAM-BASED RECOVERY TECHNIQUES: Examining The Latest Condensable And Non-Condensable Coinjection Recovery Techniques To Reduce Steam Requirements And Improve Production P WATER TREAMENT & SOR: Examining How Evaporators Affect Quality Of Steam To Evaluate The Technology As Successor For Warm Lime Softeners P PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES: Improving Production From Carbonate Reservoirs, Tackling Sand Control And Managing Tripping Issues To Maximize Recovery P WELL SPACING & STEAM INJECTION PRESSURE – IMPACT ON SOR: Examining How Varying Well Spacing And Injection Pressures Enable Producers To Optimize SOR PMANAGING DILUENT REQUIREMENTS: Investigating strategies to manage diluent supply and technologies to eliminate diluent need altogether THE ONLY EVENT COMBINING COMPLEX RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION TECHNIQUES WITH ADVANCES IN PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIES TO DELIVER SOR REDUCTION SOLUTIONS FOR E&P COMPANIES IN WESTERN CANADA’S OIL SANDS October 29-30, 2013 Calgary | Canada Organized by SAVE $400 By Friday August 09, 2013 Shabir Premji CFO Groundstar Resources Limited Harris Naseer Reservoir & Development Team Lead PTTEP Alex Turta Project Leader EOR, Light, Heavy & Extra- Heavy Oils AlbertaInnovates-TechnologyFutures Joseph Kuhach Vice President of Engineering Ivanhoe Energy Daniel Yang Director Reservoir Engineering Laricina Energy Ltd. Ken James Co-President & Co-CEO Oak Point Energy Dr. Bruce McGee President & CEO E-T Energy John Zahary President & CEO Sunshine Oilsand Ltd.
    • While SAGD is the most efficient steam-based oil recovery process yet to be demonstrated on a commercial scale in Western Canada, more cost effective solutions to tackle the overwhelming challenge of operating in the abnormally capital intensive In situ market are being tested, pioneered and proven. With CAPEX requirements surging from $3.3billion for a project start up in 2001 to $7.3 billion in 2011and OPEX rising from $10/barrel in 2001 to $20/barrel today due to rising natural gas prices, more cost effective recovery technologies are now of critical importance to project economics. There are of course limits to what can be accomplished with basic SAGD, constrained by the physical properties of the reservoir, the steam itself and of course economics. They key to tackling these challenges lies in understanding reservoir dynamics and comparing new techniques and technologies for SOR optimization with current practices to optimize operating economics in a high cost, highly competitive market. The commercial viability and sustainability of in situ oil sands producers therefore relies on between seasoned and new operators to identify tried and tested practices for driving down the CAPEX and OPEX of steam generation and increasing oil recovery at the same time reducing the SOR to a ratio of 1.1 The mission of the In Situ Oil Sands SOR Reduction Initiative 2013 is to uncover the latest steam injection techniques, recovery technologies, water treatment technologies and production techniques through knowledge sharing between industry innovators. The conference will see experienced operators delivering presentations on their successes and failures on trials for novel steam generation and oil recovery practices. Speakers from E&P companies actively operating in the Athabasca oil sands region will focus on delivering tangible solutions for optimizing reservoir selection, steam based and non-condensable recovery techniques and steam quality to drive down SOR and reduce capital and operating expenditure on In Situ Oil Sands recovery The forum will address commonly shared production challenges at every stage of the production cycle, from reservoir selection to steam injection through to enhanced bitumen recovery from reservoirs and carbonates. Day one will define the composition of reservoirs and identify optimal water cut areas for accurate well placement decisions to counter lean zone interaction challenges and explore innovative steam and non- steam generated techniques to maximize oil recovery and optimize SOR. Subsequent to an opening dialogue between producers on their strategies for reducing the CAPEX and OPEX of steam generation, the day will also examine innovative injection and recovery techniques, deliver solutions for optimal bitumen production, and strategies for reducing steam requirements to justify capital spending. Day two will examine how the latest water treatment techniques affect steam recovery to ensure re-used water generates high quality steam. Speakers will then examine production solutions for controlling sand and optimizing b itumen recovery from carbonates to improve recovery and consequently, SOR. The day will conclude with an investigative look at strategies for managing diluent supply and technologies for eliminating the need for diluent altogether. SponsorshipAndExhibitionOpportunitiesAt InSituOilSandsSORReductionInitiative2013 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 In Situ Oil Sands SOR Reduction Initiative 2013. Our busy exhibit area is an integral part of the Summit and is of genuine practical value to delegates, who are looking for new solutions and technologies. Exhibiting at the conference 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 email: info@canadian-business-conferences.com or call: (1) 800 721 3915 October 29-30, 2013 Calgary | Canada www.oil-sands-sor-reduction-2013.com (1) 800 721 3915 info@canadian-business-conferences.com Well organized and well attended. You can be proud. Petrobank
    • Day one will explore the characteristics of the reservoir and explore innovative steam and non-steam generated recovery techniques to maximize oil recovery and optimize SOR 8.30 Chair’s Opening Remarks Chaired By: Daniel Yang, Director Engineering, Laricina Energy Ltd. KEYNOTE PANEL: OPTIMIZING COST & SOR 8.40 Hearing How Producers Are Reducing The CAPEX And OPEX Of Steam Generation And Increasing Recovery To Reach An SOR Of 1 In Western Canadian In Situ Oil Sands • Assessing how producers are minimizing steam injection and maximizing recovery by understanding the reservoir characteristics • Hearing how producers are minimizing the amount of facilities needed for steam generation to reduce capital costs • Identifying how producers are drilling longer horizontal lateral wells to produce more oil with lower capital investment • Hearing how outsourcing engineering work to Asia is enabling lowered operating expenses Shabir Premji, CEO, Groundstar Resources John Zahary, CEO, Sunshine Oilsands Ltd. Steven He, Principal Reservoir Engineer, Statoil Canada Ltd. Freddy Martinez, Team Lead Kinosis, Nexen Inc. 9.10 Question & Answer Session UNDERSTANDING THE RESERVOIR Defining The Composition Of The Reservoir And Water Cut For Accurate Well Placement Decisions To Counter Lean Zone Interaction Challenges PREDICTING SOR FOR RESERVOIR SELECTION 9.20 Examining Petrophysical Characteristics To Enable Accurate SOR Prediction And The Selection Of Optimal Recovery Reservoirs • Measuring composition of production to assess water cut vs oil down hole to enable accurate SOR forecasting • Evaluating the reliability and accuracy of Multi-Phase Flow Meters vs. Test Separators to allow reliable SOR forecasts • Examining reservoir history matching models to enable correct representation of down hole activity and accurate SOR predictions Harris Naseer, Reservoir & Development Tead Lead, PTTEP 9.50 Question & Answer Session WATER SATURATION FOCUS 10.00 Assessing How High Water Saturation Impacts Steam Chamber Growth To Identify Opportunities For Faster Oil Production • Analyzing whether or not high water saturation enhances steam chamber growth to predict well performance • Evaluating the location of transition zones to enable the selection of optimum reservoirs for well pair placement • Assessingthethicknessofthetransitionzonetoforecast performanceandassistwithwellpairplacement • Identifying the location of bottom water and assessing its interaction with the steam chamber assess to how it will affect well performance Michael Wu, Reservoir Engineer, Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. 10.30 Question & Answer Session 10.40 Morning Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area QUANTIFYING LEAN ZONES 11.10 Quantifying And Locating Lean Zones In The Reservoir And Assessing How They Interact With The Steam Chamber To Reduce Steam Loss • Identifying and defining permeable lean zones in the reservoir to map the direction and pressure of steam injection and lower SOR • Gauging the interaction between bitumen lean zone and SAGD steam chamber to develop viable operation strategies for managing steam interaction Day One Tuesday, October 29, 2013 RESERVOIR SELECTION, STEAM INJECTION TECHNOLOGIES AND BITUMEN RECOVERY TECHNIQUES • Determining new thermal recovery technology for dealing with bitumen lean zones to avoid heat transfer challenges and enable maximum recovery • Monitoring how new techniques currently applied are enabling delayed contact with lean zones to achieve optimal SOR levels Pingke Li, Senior Manager, Reservoir Engineering, Sunshine Oilsands Ltd. 11.40 Question & Answer Session AUTOMATED INJECTION TECHNOLOGIES Examining Innovative Steam Assisted Recovery Technologies For Optimal Bitumen Production AUTOMATED STEAM INJECTION 11.50 Hearing How Producers Are Optimizing Oil Sands Production Costs And Controlling The SOR Through Automated Steam Injection • Assessing the cost implications versus operational benefits of automated steam injection to aid strategic investment decisions • Examining improvements to existing and new facilities to quantify the commercial benefits of automated steam injection • Assessing the extent of technological compatibility with and improvements to existing facilities to assess feasibility of automation • Hearing how automated steam generation allows tie in between the well and cavity to optimize the control loop • Examining changes in environmental impact per barrel of oil produced to and how automation could impact social responsibility Denis Martin, Asst Chief Power Engineer of Suncor Firebag SAGD, Suncor Energy 12.20 Question & Answer Session 12.30 Lunch In Exhibition Showcase Area STEAM-BASED RECOVERY TECHNIQUES Examining The Latest Condensable And Non-Condensable Coinjection Recovery Techniques To Reduce Steam Requirements And Improve Production SOLVENT-ASSISTED COINJECTION 1.30 Assessing The Economic Profile Of Solvent-Assisted Recovery To Assess It As An Option For Reducing SOR • Determining the cost vs. performance profile for solvent-assisted recovery to aid resource allocation decisions • Examining the impact of solvent and steam coinjection on the reservoir and interaction down hole to facilitate SOR forecasting • Assessing the optimum timing and composition of solvent and steam injection needed to reduce SOR • Examining facility requirements for processing and separating emulsion after solvent reuse to manage operations Mike Carlson, Manager Reservoir Engineering, Alberta Oil Sands 2.00 Question & Answer Session NON-CONDENSABLE RECOVERY TECHNIQUES 2.10 Understanding The Fundamentals Of Methane And Nitrogen Assisted Steam Recovery Techniques To Determine Whether Or Not They Can Reduce SOR On A Commercial Scale • Assessing cost and recovery parameters for non condensable recovery techniques to ascertain their feasibility in driving down costs • Learning how to decide when to start using methane or nitrogen with the steam • Gauging the impact of methane and nitrogen down hole to enable accurate SOR prediction • Evaluating the optimum mix of gas and steam injected in the reservoir to maximize recovery • Learning how non condensable steam injection can reduce green house gas emissions and improve the image of oil sands internationally Thomas Harding, Corporate Technology Senior Advisor, Nexen Inc. Mohamad Al-Murayri, Nexen Inc. 2.40 Question & Answer Session MITIGATING LEAK OFFS IN BOTTOM WATER 2.50 Investigating Operating Procedures To Mitigate Steam Travel Towards Bottom Water During Steam And Solvent- Assisted Coinjection To Optimize SOR • Understanding how the steam operating philosophy is adjusted to counter leak offs in bottom water to optimize oil recovery and SOR • Determining the direction of steam travel to enable accurate well placement to mitigate leak offs • Assessing how reservoir characterization is utilized to determine the location of bottom water in reservoirs to counter steam condensation and prevent leak offs Micaela Streeter, Production Team Lead, Suncor Energy 3.20 Question & Answer Session 3.30 Afternoon Refreshments In The Exhibition Showcase Area NON-STEAM ASSISTED RECOVERY TECHNIQUES Understanding Innovative Non-Steaming Techniques As Feasible Alternative Methods Of Recovery IN SITU COMBUSTION 4.00 Investigating The Practical Viability Of In Situ Combustion To Facilitate Reduction In Production Costs For A Higher API Crude • AssessingrealtimeperformanceresultsofInsitucombustionto enableaccurateCAPEXinvestmentdecisions • Hearing how producers are effectively managing production efficiencies bearing the extra costs associated with a high temperature process • Investigating the interaction of water saturation on fire generation down hole to understand the impact on oil recovery • Determining the runtime of fire flooding techniques to ensure sustained oil flow back • Evaluating the quality of oil recovered with fire flooding compared to standard oil production to allow for calculated recovery technique selection decisions Alex Turta, Project Leader EOR, Light, Heavy and Extra-Heavy Oils, Alberta Innovates -Technology Futures 4.30 Question & Answer Session SAGDOX AND SOR 4.40 Examining SAGDOX As A Hybrid Process Combining The Benefits Of SAGD And In-situ Combustion To Optimize Steam And Oxygen Ratios As The Process Matures • Investigating results of the bitumen characterization, temperature oxidation, and combustion tube tests to assess feasibility of the SAGDOX process • Understanding how the SAGDOX process can be applied to reservoirs that are currently being developed with SAGD and to non-SAGD reservoirs, thin pay, lean zone, and deep bitumen zones to optimize bitumen recovery • Deciphering how Oxygen’s greater energy density will enable SAGDOX to significantly reduce SOR and OPEX Thomas Harding, Corporate Technology Senior Advisor, Nexen Inc. 5.10 Question & Answer Session ELECTROMAGNETIC HEATING 5.20 Hearing Results From Electromagnetic Pilot Tests To Evaluate It As Practical Alternative To Conventional SAGD • Comparing oil quality produced through electromagnetic heating versus conventional SAGD processes to assess commercial viability • Examining the economics of an electricity driven recovery model to enable accurate critical CAPEX allocation decisions • Understanding how fossil fuel elimination resulting from electromagnetic heating could impact greenhouse gas emissions Bruce McGee, President, E-T Energy 5.50 Question & Answer Session 6.00 Chair’s Closing Remarks 6.10 - 6.40 Networking Drinks Reception In Exhibition Showcase Area www.oil-sands-sor-reduction-2013.com (1) 800 721 3915 info@canadian-business-conferences.com
    • Day two will examine the latest water treatment capabilities for ensuring re-used water generates high quality steam and examine production solutions for controlling sand and optimizing bitumen recovery from carbonates to improve recovery and consequently, SOR 8.30 Chair’s Opening Remarks Chaired By: Daniel Yang, Director Engineering, Laricina Energy Ltd. WATER TREAMENT & SOR 8.40 Examining How Evaporators Affect The Quality Of Steam To Evaluate The Technology As Successor For Warm Lime Softeners • Hearing how operators have been using evaporators to treat water and what resulting steam quality they have been seeing • Assessing design options for evaporators to enable optimal water reuse for varying steam pressures and thermal efficiencies • Determining the extent of operational fouling in evaporators to avoid bottlenecks in water recycling processes • Investigating scaling challenges in evaporator tubes to optimize quality of reproduced water for steam generation • Examining the CAPEX and OPEX requirements for evaporators to determine process feasibility to enable maximized rate of returns Ken James, Co-President, Co-CEO, Oak Point Energy 9.10 Question & Answer Session FEED WATER QUALITY & SOR 9.20 Investigating The Effect Of Blowdown Evaporators On Boiler Feed Water Quality To Optimize SAGD Operations • Assessing how improving boiler feed water quality and boiler thermal performances can reduce scaling and fouling inside tubes to optimize SAGD operations • Determining how concentrated brine can reduce disposal requirements in Once Thru Steam Generation • Evaluating how lowering blow down recycling and treating can enable de-loading warm lime softener to optimize the In situ process Longhui Qiu, Process Engineer, Japan Canada Oil Sands 9.50 Question & Answer Session PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES Improving Production From Carbonate Reservoirs, Tackling Sand Control And Managing Tripping Issues To Maximize Recovery ESPs & PROGRESSIVE CAVITY PUMPS 10.00 Comparing Cost Versus Performance Parameters Of ESPs And PCPs To Identify Opportunities For Cost Reduction During In Situ Production • Comparing ESP and PCP field study results to identify opportunities for cost reduction • Assessing cost versus performance parameters for ESPs and PCPs to facilitate decisions on which to use • Examining reliability and predicted run life of ESPs and PCPs to enable exponential cost saving over the extended production life cycle • Evaluating ability for sand control and sand filter compatibility to assist selection decisions for sand control mechanisms Carlos Torres, Subsurface Team Lead, Statoil 10.30 Question & Answer Session 10.40 Morning Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area Day Two Wednesday, October 30, 2013 STEAM QUALITY, PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES & UPGRADING SAND CONTROL 11.10 Evaluating Sand Control Parameters To Ensure Equipment Reliability, Recovery Maximization Per Barrel And SOR Optimization • Assessing sand size distribution to facilitate filter selection decisions to enable optimum sand filtration in wells • Examining the functional efficiency of sand control filters to determine best fit for varying sand sizes to maximize oil recovery • Determining the optimum sand control filter spacing requirements along producer wells to avoid recovery of water enabling SOR optimization Blair Flebbe, Staff Reliability Engineer, Cenovus Energy 11.40 Question & Answer Session TURBINE RELIABILTY 11.50 Addressing Operating Challenges And Tripping Issues With Turbines For Steam Generators To Ensure Steam Is Consistently Available For SAGD • Assessing maintenance and maintainability of injection bulbs in power turbines for steam generators to enable disruption-free SAGD processes • Investigating viable solutions to counter turbine tripping challenges to maximize steam generation achieving optimal online factors • Understanding process control system complexities to enable effective communication for process disruption handling Blair Flebbe, Staff Reliability Engineer, Cenovus Energy 12.20 Question & Answer Session 12.30 Lunch In The Exhibition Showcase Area BITUMEN RECOVERY FROM CARBONATES 1.30 Hearing Project Updates From Producers Exploiting Bitumen Reserves In Western Canadian Carbonates • Investigating the right pumps to enable efficient bitumen recovery with minimum well operation failure keeping OPEX down • Assessing the production technology innovations being used to recover bitumen from carbonates • Understanding how reservoir selection has been carried out on carbonates to facilitate well placement decisions • Examining tubing string configurations for effective and reliable well operations in carbonates Daniel Yang, Reservoir Engineering, Laricina Energy Ltd. 2.00 Question & Answer Session WELL SPACING & STEAM INJECTION PRESSURE: IMPACT ON SOR Examining How Varying Well Spacing And Injection Pressures Enable Producers To Optimize Sor WELL PLACEMENT & SOR 2.10 Identifying Modeling Tools And Techniques For Selecting Accurate Well Placement And Spacing To Achieve Favorable SOR Without Overspending • Ensuring accurate well placement through the assessment of elevation within the reservoir • Evaluating geological mapping practices for locating resource reserves to ensure highest recovery relative to well bore length • Determining optimal well spacing requirements between well pairs to achieve forecasted SOR levels • Deciphering the efficiency of drilling tools to ensure wells are straight and level to optimize oil recovery and SOR Diomar Ferreira Prata, Reservoir Surveillance & Optimization Supervisor. Surmount SAGD Operations, ConocoPhillips Canada 2.40 Question & Answer Session 2.50 Morning Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area STEAM INJECTION PRESSURE & SOR 3.00 Determining How Steam Injection Pressure Is Controlled Down Hole to Achieve Optimum Recovery, Prevent Leak Offs And Lower SOR • Assessing how steam injection pressures are altered to match varying reservoir qualities and achieve optimum SOR • Understanding how to lower SOR by controlling down hole injection pressures as steam travels deeper in the reservoir • Evaluating methods to manoeuvre steam injection pressures down hole to avoid interaction with lean zones and bottom water. Adeolu Adetowubo, Professional Engineer, Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. 3.30 Question & Answer Session 3.40 Afternoon Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area MANAGING DILUENT REQUIREMENTS Investigating Strategies To Manage Diluent Supply And Technologies To Eliminate Diluent Need Altogether DILUENT SUPPLY MANAGEMENT 4.10 Investigating How Operators Plan To Manage Diluent Shortfalls To Ensure Bottlenecks Are Avoided And Continued Production • Assessing production forecasts to estimate future diluent requirements and assess where supply gaps are likely to fall • Examining the impact of constrained supply on diluent prices to predict the affect on the operators profitability equation • Identifying alternate global supply markets for diluents to buffer against diluent constraints • Evaluating available and planned transportation routes to facilitate diluent import from international markets John Zahary, CEO, Sunshine Oil Sands Ltd. 4.40 Question & Answer Session HEAVY TO LIGHT UPGRADING 4.50 Assessing How In-Field Heavy Oil Upgrading Could Optimize Bitumen Recovery And Increase The Speed Of Takeaway • Understanding in-field bitumen upgrading to eliminate diluent cost requirements for heavy oil and bitumen transport • Examining how advancements in heavy to light technology design could maximize netbacks through cost effective infield upgrading • Examining improvements in viscosity of recovered bitumen to optimize value differentials between light and heavy oil • Assessing the extent of carbon consumption and byproduct energy recovery to eliminate the cost of natural gas imports for steam generation Joe Kuhach, VP Engineering, Ivanhoe Energy 5.20 Question & Answer Session 5.30 Chair’s Closing Remarks 5.40 Chair’s Closing Remarks And End Of Conference www.oil-sands-sor-reduction-2013.com (1) 800 721 3915 info@canadian-business-conferences.com “Congrats to you for putting this quality event together” Total E&P Canada
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