Te esperamos hoy en el seminario: “Listening to the reservoir: Integrating Geology and injection-production rates to hear the message”

La Dirección de Investigación en Exploración y Producción,
se complace en invitarle al seminario:

“Listening to the reservoir: Integrating Geology and injection-production rates to hear the message”

que impartirá

el Doctor. Jerry L. Jensen, Profesor del Departamento de Ingeniería Química
y Petrolera de la Universidad de Calgary, AB, Canadá.

Viernes 19 de enero, 12:00 horas, Auditorio Bruno Mascanzoni.

Habrá transmisión a Regiones.

 

 

Abstract:
Most everyone agrees that geology affects waterflood performance, but not all geological features are important. Here, we look at the measurement and integration of interwell connectivity with geology to determine which geological features control waterflood performance. Four case studies, ranging from heavy oil to tight oil, illustrate the concepts.

Perfirl del Dr. Jerry L. Jensen:
Professor and Schulich Chair in Geostatistics, Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, University of Calgary.
1970-73 Univ. of Birmingham, UK: BSc, Electron & Electrical Eng., 1st class honors deg.
1978-80 Univ. of Houston, Houston, Texas: MS, Petroleum Engineering.
1981-86 Univ. of Texas at Austin, Texas: PhD, Petroleum Engineering.
1997-1998 Associate Professor, Petroleum Engineering Department, U. of Alaska Fairbanks
1998-2006 Associate Professor, Petroleum Engineering Department, Texas A&M University
2006-2007 Professor, Department of Petroleum Engineering, Texas A&M University
2007-present Professor and Schulich Chair in Geostatistics, University of Calgary, Alberta
50 Peer Reviewed Journal Publications
3 Books (author)
7 Peer Reviewed Papers in Books
45 Other Publications—Conference Papers
5 millions CAD in grants (last 5 years)

 

Atentamente
Dirección de Investigación en Exploración y Producción

1 Comment on "Te esperamos hoy en el seminario: “Listening to the reservoir: Integrating Geology and injection-production rates to hear the message”"

  1. En caso de no poder asistir, será posible contar con la transcripción del mismo? en donde podría consultarse posteriormente si es posible?

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