Petroleum Charge and Migration - Understanding a Major Exploration Risk on the Norwegian Continental Shelf

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Monterrey Fm, California. Miocene carbonate/evaporitic source rock.

The Petroleum Systems network group is delighted to announce its first Seminar, focusing on furthering our understanding of petroleum charge and migration. The seminar is a two day event taking place at NPD.

Date Time Duration Register by Location
23.01.2020 09:30 2 Days 19.01.2020 Valhall

 

 

 

Join us for 2 days with detailed discussion of petroleum charge and migration, with a variety of case studies from the Petroleum Industry, academic, service and governmental institutions show-casing discoveries and lessons learned from dry wells as well as approaches for reducing the risk associated to these key petroleum system elements.

Dinner at 1830 Jan 23rd at Olivia Torget in Stavanger

 

Agenda:

DAY 1: Thursday 23rd January

09:30

Welcome & Coffee

09:50

Rolando di Primio (Lundin) - Introduction

10:00

Keynote - Hans Martin Veding (Norwegian Petroleum Directorate) - Charge risk on the Norwegian Shelf

10:40

Dag A. Karlsen (University of Oslo) - The Cretaceous Enigma – Oils from Cretaceous Source Rocks on the Norwegian Continental Shelf

11:05

Ebbe Harz (AkerBP) - Raudåsen (Tampen Spur) pre and post-drill analysis: Pore-pressure, wellbore integrity, mechanical and petroleum system modelling

11:30

Bernt Olav Korsfur , Jan Erik Lie (Lundin), - Advances in seismic imaging: impact on visualizing the petroleum system

11:55

Lunch

12:40

Axel Wenke (Equinor) - About the charge history of the Snefrid Nord gas and oil discovery – A collage

13:05

Camilla Dommersnes Svendsen (Repsol) - Petroleum system modelling in the Egersund Basin, North Sea

13:30

Kjell Øygard, Thorsten Uwe Garlichs & Balazs Badics (WIAG Dea) -Geochemistry, hydrocarbon generation & mass-balance in the Vega-Nova-Grossbeak area, North Sea

13:55

Daniel Stoddart (Earth Science Analytics) - Machine Learning in Petroleum System Analysis

14:20

Coffee Break

14:50

Gerben de Jager (Sintef) - Stochastic source-rock modelling

15:15

Øyvind Sylta (Migris) - Modelling charge and migration risk: can existing failures be used for future success?

15:40

Thomas Hantschel, Daniel Palmowski (Schlumberger) - High Definition Petroleum Systems Modeling - Applications for Geomechanical and Fluild Flow Predictions

16:05

End of day 1

   

18:30

Dinner at Olivia, Torget
Kongsgårdbakken 1, 4005 Stavanger

 

DAY 2: Friday 24th January

09:00

Jon Halvard Pedersen (Lundin) - Charge history of Fillicudi

09:25

Balasz Badics (WIAG DEA) - Pre-drill predictions and post-well geochemical results, 7321/4-1 Gråspett well, Barents Sea (Balazs Badics & Arnaud Santoire & Mark Bastow (APT)

09:50

Cristina Daturi, Ivan Staine (Vår Energi) - Secondary migration modelling and paleo hydrocarbon column calibration in the Hammerfest Basin and the Goliat field

10:15

Coffee Break

10:45

Rolando di Primio (Lundin) - Solveig Charge History

11:10

Joachim Rinna (AkerBP) - West Cable, Ivar Aasen, Hanz - filling history based on Biomarker Oil Chemistry and Reservoir Fluid Geodynamics

11:35

Olaf Thiessen (Equinor) - 7435/12-1 Korpfjell: from migration concepts to well results

12:00

Wrap up

12:15

End of seminar

 

FORCE seminars have previously been fully booked with waiting lists so you are encouraged to sign up as soon as you know you will attend.

Participant fees for 2 days seminar + dinner
 
FORCE member: NOK 1500,-
Non-member NOK 3000,-
University/student NOK 500,-

Important information:
You can register as a FORCE member and pay "FORCE member" price if you are an employee of a member company.
All FORCE member companies are listed here.

Payment is made online by credit card. Please note that no refunds will be given after you have signed up. If you for any reason can not attend the workshop, you are welcome to send a representative, just inform Linn Smerud as soon as there are changes.

Updated: 28/01/2020