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III International Seminar on Oilfield Water Management
Data de Início: 7/6/2010
Data de Fim: 9/6/2010
Local: Hotel Sofitel Rio de Janeiro
Parceria: SPE Brasil

III International Seminar on Oilfield Water Management

 THE EVENT

For the third time this seminar has been designed to provide its attendants with the state of the art information required to tackle the problems related to water management.
Oilfield water management is a major and complex subject that has achieved great advance in recent times, mainly due to a better understanding of waterflooding processes and to the use of increasingly available new technologies. Maintenance of oil production rates from mature fields requires continuously augmented water injection rates, causing a substantial increase in water production and discharge. Hence, operators have been dealing with large volumes of produced and injected water in the last years, notably in offshore fields.
For the coming years, some of the main challenges related to water management include water injection rate maintenance, environmental restrictions, produced water management, scale, corrosion, souring, geomechanics and new technologies. The seminar is organized in a panel session, followed by six technical sessions. The lectures will be delivered by a number of outstanding industry experts, and have been selected to broadly cover strategic topics in Water Management.

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

June 07th, 2010 - Monday

08:00/09:00

 
 Registration

09:00/09:30

 
 Welcome Coffee

09:30/09:45

 
 Seminar Opening
 Seminar Welcome and Introduction |
Jacques Braile Salies [SPE Brazil Section]

Morning 

 
 Panel: "Trends and Challenges in Water Management"
 Seminar chairman: Alexandre Guedes de Siqueira [Petrobras]

09:45/10:30

 
 Pre-salt Fields - Challenges in Water Management | Solange da Silva Guedes  [Petrobras]

10:30/11:15

 
 Challenges for Waterflooding in a Deepwater Environment | Lee Morgenthaler [Shell] 

11:15/12:00

 
 Water Management : Total R&D challenges | Patrick Pluen [Total]

12:00/13:30

 
 Lunch Time

Afternoon 

 
 Waterflooding Optimization and Geomechanics Session
 Chairpersons: Tor Austad [University of Stavanger] and Priscila Moczydlower [Petrobras]

13:30/14:00

 
 The contribution of 4D seismic in the reservoir management in Marlim field | Rui  Cesar Sansonowski [Petrobras]

14:00/14:30

 
 EOR from Carbonates and Sandstones by ”Smart Water”: A comparison of the  Chemical Mechanism | Tor Austad [University of Stavanger]

14:30/15:00

 
 Reducing Geomechanics Risks during Waterflooding | Marcelo Frydman  [Schlumberger]

15:00/15:30

 
 Coffee Break

15:30/16:00  
 Produced water injection in a low permeability offshore field. A case study
| Jamie Stuart Andrews [Statoil]
16:00/16:30  
 From conventional PWRI to PWRI-Chemical EOR: Opportunities and challenges
|  Lahcen Nabzar [IFP]
 
16:30/17:00

 
 Management of Water Injection during Waterfooding of Multi-layered Reservoirs
  | Ahmed Abou-Sayed [Advantek International] 


 June 08th, 2010 - Tuesday

 Morning     

 
 Corrosion and Souring Session
 Chairpersons: Cor Kuijvenhoven [Shell] and Anthony F. Mitchell [Statoil]

08:30/09:00  
 Performance of Composite lined tubing in Water- Alternating-Gas Injection  (WAG) | Nara Guidacci Berry [Petrobras]
 
 
09:00/09:30  
 Reservoir Souring Management in Shell
| Cor Kuijvenhoven [Shell]
 
09:30/10:00  
 Rapid Determination of MIC in Oil Production Facilities with a DNA-based  Diagnostic Kit
| Torben Lund Skovhus [Danish Technological Institute]
 
10:00/10:30  
 Coffee Break
 
10:30/11:00  
 Simulation of Reservoir Souring
| Paul Evans [Chevron]
 
11:00/11:30  
 Comparative Performance of Biocides versus Corrosion Causing Biofilms
| Jeff Kramer [BWA Water Additives]
 
11:30/12:00  
 Uncertainty Analysis in Reservoir Souring Simulation
| Alexandre Guedes de Siqueira  [Petrobras]
 
12:00/13:30  
 Lunch Time
 

Afternoon

 
 Scale Management Session
 Chairpersons: João Baima [Shell] and Francisca Ferreira do Rosário [Petrobras]
 
13:30/14:00  
 Scale Management as a Tool to Assure Well Productivity
| Maria Carmen Moreira  Bezerra [Petrobras]
14:00/14:30  
 Integration of Inorganic Scale and other production Chemistry Challenges in  Subsea Deepwater production systems
| Gordon Graham [Scaled Solutions Ltd.]
 
14:30/15:00  
 Scale management in Shell Brazil E&P
| João Baima [Shell]
 
15:00/15:30  
 Coffee Break
 
15:30/16:00  
 Scale treatment vs Well integrity | Preben Randhol [SINTEF]
 
16:30/16:30  
 New Analytical Tools for Application in Scale Management and in the Geochemical  Characterization of Oil Field Waters
| Norbert Fritz Miekeley [PUC-Rio]
 
16:30/17:00  
 Scale Management – A Tale of Two Waters and the Integration of Multiple  Domains
| Fazrie Wahid [Schlumberger]

 June 09th, 2010 - Wednesday

Morning

 
 Water Treatment Session
 Chairpersons: Hilde Anfindsen [StatoilHydro] and Giovani Cavalcanti Nunes [Petrobras]

 

08:30/09:00  
 Topsides Produced Water Management
| Chet Plank [Shell]
 
09:00/09:30  
 Membrane Separation Process Applied to Sea Water and Oily Water Treatment
|  Ronaldo Nobrega [PAM Membranas]


  
09:30/10:00  
 Tordis Field- Experience from subsea separation and produced water re-injection
| Anthony F. Mitchell [Statoil]
 
10:00/10:30  
 Coffee Break
 
10:30/11:00  
 Design for optimal treatment of produced water
| Anne Finborud [Mator AS]
 
11:00/11:30

 
 Challenges of Water Treatment in Brown Fields
| Giovani Cavalcanti Nunes  [Petrobras]
 

11:30/12:00  
An Update on Existing and New Technologies in the Produced Water Industry
|  Colin Tyrie [Maxoil Solutions]
12:00/13:30  
 Lunch Time
 

Afternoon

 
 Emerging Technologies Session
 Chairpersons: Paul Evans [Chevron] and Cynthia de Azevedo Andrade [Petrobras]
 
13:30/14:00

 
 Multifunctional Chemical Inhibitor Products Help to Save CAPEX and OPEX for  Flow Assurance, Production Optimization and Integrity Management
| Mike E.  Newberry [Baker Petrolite]

14:00/14:30  
 Disruptive Technology for Produced Water Treatment
| Meng Lean [Palo Alto  Research Center]
14:30/15:00  
 Use of Advanced Wells in Statoil - Are they adding value
| Anthony F. Mitchell  [Statoil]
15:00/15:30  
 Coffee Break
 
15:30/16:00  
 Using Tracers to Calibrate / Verify Produced Water Flow Rates
| Paul Hewitt [Tracerco]
 
16:00/16:30


 New Scale Inhibition Technology for Scale Control under Downhole Conditions
|  Jorge E. Paredes M. [GE]


TECHNICAL COMMITTEE



. Alan Lockwood - Chevron/E&P
. Alexandre Guedes de Siqueira - Petrobras/CENPES
. Antonio Luiz Serra de Souza - Petrobras/CENPES
. Celso Toschi Venerio - Shell/E&P
. Claudio Jose Alves Furtado - Petrobras/CENPES
. Cynthia de Azevedo Andrade - Petrobras/CENPES
. Eduardo Stein Soares Dutra - Petrobras/E&P
. Francisca Ferreira do Rosário - Petrobras/CENPES
. Hilde Anfindsen - Statoil/E&P
. Husdonil Altoé Baldotto - GE/E&P
. Laura dos Santos Figueiredo - Petrobras/E&P
. Leonardo Marquez - Schlumberger
. Marcel Vasconcelos Melo - Petrobras/CENPES
. Roberta Alves Mendes - Petrobras/E&P
. Sérgio Luiz Pereira de Freitas Coelho - Petrobras/CENPES


GENERAL INFORMATION

Date and Venue

III International Seminar on Oilfield Water Management
07-09, June 2010
Hotel Sofitel Rio de Janeiro
Av. Atlântica, 4240 - Copacapana
Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil


 REGISTRATION FEE

IBP/SPE Members (Brazil Section) R$ 1400,00
Non-Members R$ 1600,00
Professor R$ 500,00
University Students* R$ 300,00 

* A declaration form from the Educational Institution is required and may be faxed to (55 21) 2220-1596 - Ms. Dione Oliveira.



Registration


Online Registration

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Offline Registration

To participate in the III International Seminar on Oilfield Water Management, its necessary to:
1 - Download the Registration Form;
2 - Fill in all the required information
3 - Submit the form to IBP by fax (+55 21) 2220-1596 or email to
     Ms. Dione Oliveira at eventos@ibp.org.br

 


Forms of Payment

- On site
- Credit Card Charge: Visa / Amex.
- Faturamento (Brazilian companies only)


Replacement/Cancellation Policy

- Cancellation must be made in writing (letter or fax). If you are unable
  to attend, a substitute delegate is always welcome, provided a written
  authorization is presented either to IBP or at registration desk.
- If your cancellation request reaches IBP by May 24th, 2010,
  70% of the registration fee will be refunded. There will be no refunds
  for cancellations after that date.
- Non-attendance does not imply cancellation.


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 E-mail: cris@opcotours.com

 

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