Two papers highlight breakthrough technology for unconventional oil and gas exploration
SEPTEMBER 8, 2010
CALGARY, Alberta — Geomodeling Technology Corp., a leading provider of innovative software for the upstream oil and gas industry,will make two presentations at the International AAPG Conference & Exhibition (ICE) September 12-15 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The theme of this year’s AAPG ICE is “Frontiers of Unconventional Thinking: Saddle Up for the Ride” and Geomodeling’s presentations will showcase advanced techniques for unconventional plays.
Renjun Wen, founder and Chief Technical Architect for Geomodeling will present, “A New Workflow of Modeling Sub-Seismic Reservoir Heterogeneities to Improve Production Forecasting.” This presentation is part of “Theme VIII: Reservoir Management Techniques and Workflow I” on Monday morning in the South Building, Upper Level, Glen 203/204.
Les Dabek and Rex Knepp from Geomodeling will team up with Mike Boyles from Shell Canada on, ”Enhanced Permeability Prediction in Wave-Dominated Shoreface Rocks of the Spring Canyon Member, Utah, USA.” This presentation is part of Theme XII: North American Unconventional — Exploration and Development Technologies II” on Wednesday afternoon in the North Building, Main Level, Telus Convention Center 104/105/106