SPE Thermal Well Integrity and Design Symposium

19-21 November 2019, Banff, Alberta, Canada

Number of conference papers: 21

Day 2
20 November 2019

Session 4: Instrumentation/DTS/DAS

The instrumentation in your well is primarily there as a means to optimize production, but often is critical to ensure well integrity or to determine failure locations and mechanisms. In this session we will investigate the deployment and value of fiber optics from these two perspectives.

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Soroush, Mohammad, RGL Reservoir Management, University of Alberta
Roostaei, Morteza, RGL Reservoir Management
Fattahpour, Vahidoddin, RGL Reservoir Management
Mahmoudi, Mahdi, RGL Reservoir Management
Keough, Daniel, Precise Downhole Services Ltd
Cheng, Li, University of Alberta
Moez, Kambiz, University of Alberta
198685-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Session 5: Flow Control Devices

This session has presentations on Evaluation of Flow Control Devices in thermal application based on testing and field implementation.

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Neeteson, Nathan, RGL Reservoir Management
Heukelman, Herman, RGL Reservoir Management
Zhu, Da, RGL Reservoir Management
Thompson, Scott, Athabasca Oil Corporation
198700-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Gorham, Timothy, Chevron USA
Sims, Jackie, Chevron USA
Buell, R. Scot, Consultant, Chevron retired
Miller, Roger, RGL, Pacific Perforating
Fermaniuk, Brent, RGL
Heukelman, Herman, RGL
198698-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Nascimento, Carlos, Schlumberger
Gomez Bustamante, Nicolas, Schlumberger
Melo, Marco,
198696-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Session 6: Geomechanics

This session will focus on the role that formation geomechanical properties have on the design and life-cycle integrity of thermal wells. This will include an overview of the relationship and interaction between formation geomechanical properties and wellbore design and integrity during the design, construction, operation, decommissioning and post-decommission phases of a thermal well's life. The session will also include a presentation on how geomechanical simulation methods can be used to improve thermal well design and maintain structural and isolation integrity.

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Yuan, Yanguang, BitCan Geosciences & Engineering Inc.
Boone, Thomas J., BitCan Geosciences & Engineering Inc.
198693-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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