2017 SEG Carbonate Reservoir E&P Workshop

22-24 October 2017 | Chengdu, China

Call for abstracts has been extended to 15 September

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22-24 October 2017
Chengdu, China

The oil and gas production of global carbonate reservoirs accounts for about 60% of the total production, occupying an extremely significant position in the oil and gas production of the world. Carbonate reservoirs, including fractured limestone, reef-shoal, karstification, and dolomite, are very difficult to explore and exploit. Geophysical technology is playing an increasingly important role in the exploration and development of carbonate reservoirs. In recent years, although much progress has been made in rock physics, seismic wave propagation mechanism, deep seismic signal processing, reservoir evaluation, hydrocarbon detection and so on, there are still a lot of challenges to face. This workshop aims to exchange geophysical theories, methods, and examples of the exploration and development of carbonate reservoirs, to discuss technical problems in practical applications, and to promote technological progress.

The workshop will be held by SEG and supported by Southwest Oil & Gas Field Company, Petrochina. The meeting will be held from 22-24 October 2017 in Chengdu, Sichuan, China and the Call for Abstracts opens on 19 June 2017. The subjects for abstract submission include:

  1. Rock physics and simulation of carbonate reservoirs
  2. Seismic data acquisition and processing of carbonate reservoirs
  3. Reservoir prediction and hydrocarbon detection of reef-shoal
  4. Reservoir prediction and hydrocarbon detection of karstification
  5. Reservoir prediction and hydrocarbon detection of dolomite
  6. Exploitation geophysics of carbonate reservoirs
  7. Characterization of carbonate reservoir
  8. Borehole geophysics

Organizer

SEG China

Supported by

Southwest Oil & Gas Field Company, Petrochina

Technical Program

Abstracts Format & Submission

The abstract should be no more than four pages and should strictly comply with the SEG standard Expanded Abstract Template. The abstract should be written in English and submitted in either Microsoft Word or Adobe Acrobat PDF format. The submission deadline has been extended to 15 September 2017 (U.S Central Standard Time) and all abstracts will be submitted to SEG China (china@seg.org)

Workshop Format

This event will be comprised of oral and poster sessions from accepted abstracts. Meanwhile the sponsorship is still available for enterprises. The Best Abstract or Presentation will be selected in each technical session and awarded to the authors in Closing Ceremony.

Meeting Schedule

22 October 2017
Onsite Registration

23 October 2017
Opening Ceremony and Technical Sessions

24 October 2017
Technical Sessions and Closing Ceremony

Technical Committee

Technical Chairmen

Weiqi Yi, CNPC
Xuri Huang, SunRise PetroSolutions Tech, Inc

Technical Co-chairs

Yang Liu, China University of Petroleum (Beijing)
Yuefeng Sun, Texas A&M University
Fusen Xiao, E&D Institute, Southwest Oil & Gas Company, PetroChina

Technical Committee Members

Jingyi Chen, Tulsa University
Qifeng Dou, Shell 
Dehua Han, University of Houston
Qifei Huang, Occidental Petroleum Corporation 
Yanpeng Li, BGP CNPC
Chris Liner, Kansas University
Kurt Marfurt, Oklahoma University
Gengxin Peng, Tarim Oilfield, CNPC
Khalid Rufaii, Aramco Beijing Research Center 
Fangjian Xue, Schlumberger
Cheng Yin, Southwest Petroleum University
Xingyao Yin, China University of Petroleum (East China)
Hongliu Zeng, University of Texas
Tingting Zhang, BP
Zhao Zhang, Chevron  
Xiaodong Zheng, RIPED CNPC

Contact

If you have any questions regarding with the Workshop, please contact SEG China office:
Email: china@seg.org
Tel: +86 10 5820 5048

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