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August 28, 2019

EOR Workshop - Early-Bird Registration is Open!

Purpose and Scope

The Oklahoma Geological Survey (OGS) is developing a Technical Session and Core Workshop on enhanced oil recovery (EOR) with an emphasis on mostly tight sandstones, in particular, the Hoxbar Group of rocks in the southern Oklahoma and STACK/SCOOP/Merge areas in the Anadarko Basin of Oklahoma. The Pennsylvanian (Missourian) Hoxbar Group is economically important to the Oklahoma petroleum industry. In the Anadarko Basin the Hoxbar Group (e.g., Marchand sandstone) has been a prolific producer of oil and gas. Technical and engineering presentations will include sedimentology, reservoir quality, sequence stratigraphy, geochemistry, geomechanical rock properties and integrated depositional and diagenetic evaluation of the tight sandstones applied to EOR. Reservoir heterogeneity and mineralogy (as related to petrophysics) are important components used to evaluate EOR. The workshop is focused on the key learnings from both operators and researchers on tight sandstones and associated shales directly relating to EOR practices. The results of this work can be applied to other tight sandstones as an analog worldwide. The OGS is soliciting both sponsorships and presentations for this workshop.


AIPG (The American Institute of Professional Geologists) has approved the EOR Workshop for CEUs and PDHs:

  • Technical Program on Thursday 11/14: 5 PDHs (0.5 CEUs)
  • Core Workshop on Friday 11/15: 5.5 PDHs (0.55 CEUs)

If you need a certificate of completion, these will be available at the event. You will indicate your need when you register. 


November 14: Technical Program, 
at Moore-Norman Technology Center - South Penn Campus (13301 S. Pennsylvania, Oklahoma City, OK 73170). 8:30am - 5:30pm

Students - $75

Before October 11 - $200

Beginning October 12 - $300

*Note: We will host an on-site social hour following the program from 5:30-7pm. There will be snacks and non-alcoholic beverages. Please plan to stick around for a bit.

November 15: Core Workshop, at Oklahoma Petroleum Information Center (OPIC) (2020 Industrial Blvd., Norman, OK 73069). 9am-12pm OR 1pm-4pm. Lunch included for both sessions.

*Core workshop attendees must also register for the technical workshop. Limited number of seats are available. 

$75 - half day workshop

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Presentations

(Please note: Order of presentations has not been finalized.)

Regional Sedimentology/Stratigraphy and reservoir quality assessment of Hoxbar Group of Rocks, STACK, SCOOP and MERGE Areas, Oklahoma

Abbas Seyedolali and Fnu “Ming” Suriamin 

Review of Huff-n-Puff EOR in Unconventional Shale Reservoirs

Ali Ousseini Tinni

Designing Formulations for EOR Application in Shale Reservoirs: Treatability Study for Hoxbar Group, OK

Jeffrey Harwell, Rouzbeh Moghanloo, Ben Shiau, Onyekachi Ogbonnaya, Shuoshi Wang

Next-Generation Utilization of Unconventional Hydrocarbon Resources Using In-Situ Thermal Processes

            Rouzbeh Moghanloo

Laboratory Investigation of Huff-n-Puff EOR Potential in Organic Rich Shales

Sidi Mamoudou

Experimental and Simulation Investigation of Gas Huff-n-Puff Injection into Ultra-Tight, Organic-Rich Oil Reservoirs

              Reza Barati

Molecular Signatures of EOR in Shale Organic Pores

Felipe A. Perez Valencia

Depositional Processes and Porosity Evolution in the Medrano Sandstone, Anadarko Basin, Oklahoma.

Sean Ganes and Jim Puckette

Shallow and Deep Learning Algorithms to Improve Production Performance Prediction

            Deepankar Biswas

The Source of the Hoxbar Oils based on their Geochemical Characteristics.

Paul Philp and Larry Hyde

Advanced Analysis of the Hoxbar Well Cuttings for Volatiles Evaluation Using Cryoscopic Mass Spectrometer System to Show the Effects of Production on Oil and Gas in the Field through Time

            Mike Smith

Application of PVT and Petroleum Geochemical Analyses to Enhanced Oil Recovery of Tight Sands

John B. Curtis and Kevin A. Ferworn

Fundamentals of Reservoir Fluid Phase Behavior and Production Trends

Toddy Guidry 

 

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Hotel Accommodations

We have reserved courtesy blocks of rooms at two local hotels (~10-20 minute drive to workshop). 

 

SpringHill Suites Marriott Oklahoma City Moore (613 NW 8th Street, Moore, OK 73160)

Call: 405-759-2600 and mention "EOR Workshop" for group rate: $94 if booked before 10/13/19.

Complimentary hot breakfast buffet, parking, internet.


Holiday Inn Express and Suites Norman (2500 Conference Dr, Norman, OK 73069)

Call: 405-928-5300 and mention "EOR Workshop" for group rate: $96 if booked before 10/13/19.

Book online: Click Here and use group code OKG.
Complimentary hot breakfast, free wifi, and free parking available.