RMAG/DWLS 2019 Fall Symposium

Date: October 22, 2019
Time: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Sheraton Denver West
360 Union Blvd.
Lakewood, CO 80228

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Multiscale Imaging for Reservoir Optimization

The Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists and the Denver Well Logging Society are teaming up again to present the 2019 Fall Symposium on October 22, 2019 at the Sheraton Denver West! The technical program will be organized topically and will attempt to provide cross-disciplinary collaboration between our two societies. 

Speaker  Talk Title
Lyn Canter, Sedimentary Solutions LLC Microscopy and electron microscopy: brief history of rock imaging
Silvano Sommacal*, Andrew Fogden, Benjamin Young, William Noel, Alessio Arena, Leonardo Salazar, Tobias Gerwig (Thermo Fisher Scientific); Qianhao Cheng, Andrew Kingston (Department of Applied Mathematics, Australian National University); Denis Marchal, Ana Maria Perez Mazas, Claudio Hugo Naides, Guillermina Kohler, and Marcelo Cagnolatti (Petrobras Argentina S.A.) Multi-scale multi-modal imaging for complete characterization of pore systems in unconventional reservoir rocks
Alan P. Byrnes1,*, Shawn Zhang2,**, James Howard2, Patricia Rodrigues1, Mary Guisinger1; (1. Whiting Oil & Gas Corporation, 2. DigiM Solution LLC) Relative permeability upscaling in porosity systems with under-resolved features using image-based rock physics
Andrew Fager, Gana Balasubramanian, Bernd Crouse, David Freed (Dassault Systèmes) Prediction of shale matrix permeability controls through simulation of advection and diffusion processes
Shibu Arens, Cody Bomberger, Brianna Berg, Michael Hoffman (AIM GeoAnalytics) Visualization and quantification of micron and sub-micron scale pore heterogeneity in tight oil basins
Adey Ojelabi and Josh Ulla (DeepImaging) Imaging frac fluid during completions and flowback to uncover how we are actually treating the rock
Terri Olson*1 and Brad Michalchuk2 (1. Digital RockPetrophysics, 2. Anschutz) Pore systems in the Niobrara and Mowry Shales, Powder River Basin, Wyoming
Marsha French and Jacquie Colborne (Colorado School of Mines) Imaging microcrystalline quartz and related silica polymorphs to understand the formation of microcrystalline quartz in the Wolfcamp A siliceous mudstones, southern Delaware Basin
Rachel Williams & David Bell (Occidental Oil & Gas) Integrated characterization of a conventional reservoir using legacy cuttings/core and new well data, Central Basin Platform, Texas
R. Pelapur, C. Burt, A. Aghaei, P. Bhattad (Thermo Fisher Scientific) Segmentation & correlative analysis of conventional 2D petrography thin sections and 3D micro-CT
Andrew C. Johnson (Schlumberger) Modeling thin bed petrophysical properties using image logs and machine learning



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