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PESA NSW July 2017 Twilight Seminar

Tuesday, July 25 @ 17:00 - 20:00

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Guest Speaker: David Evans (COO, Elk Petroleum)

David is a Geologist with 30 years’ E&P experience spanning Technical Assistant to Exploration Manager. He holds a BSc (Hons) Geology from the University of London, a Postgraduate Diploma in Petroleum Exploration Geology from Oxford Brookes University and a Master of Applied Science from University of Canberra.

David is COO of ASX listed Elk Petroleum a Rocky Mountain focused CO2 EOR developer. Prior to Elk David was Chief Technical Officer and acting COO of Cooper Basin focused Drillsearch Energy. Across a tortuous and unplanned career path David has worked for several multi-national and independent oil and gas companies and technical service companies including Conoco, Chevron, Vegas Egypt, Burren Energy PLC, Petro-Canada International, Cairn Energy/Command Petroleum, Roxar Limited and Baker Hughes Inteq. David also spent a couple of years in the Petroleum Group of BMR, now the Australian Geological Survey Organization.

PESA NSW Twilight Seminar 25th July 2017

Elks Pasture is not Moose Pasture!
CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) and Elk Petroleum’s Grieve Oil Field Rocky Mountains CO2 EOR Project

Presented by David Evans (COO, Elk Petroleum)

Abstract:
Elks Grieve Oil Field is situated in the prolific Northern Rockies Wind River Basin of Wyoming. First discovered in 1954 and shut in in 2012 it has been undergoing sporadic CO2 and water injection since 2013 with the aim of bringing the reservoir back to virgin pressure late in 2017 and production restarting Q1 2018.

CO2 EOR was first undertaken by Shell in the early 70’s in the Texas Permian Basin. Circa ~300kbbls/d in the US is produced via this method across 127 projects with a 95% success rate. Not having exploration and appraisal components CO2 EOR projects tend to be lower risk. There are often decades of extensive reservoir data and knowledge available before commencing an EOR project.

EOR production profiles are longer dated with shallower declines than primary production projects. Once a CO2 EOR project is operating, the ongoing operating expenditure on a project is generally low with fewer workovers and lower lifting costs. The challenges presented by CO2 EOR are in project selection and securing a low-cost (both CO2 procurement and shipping to site) and reliable CO2 supply.

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Grieve Field.

Date & Time:      
Tuesday 25th July. Doors open 5pm, presentation at 6pm.

Cost:
PESA Members*:                               $30.00

Non-members:                                   $35.00

PESA Students Members*:              $10.00

*Members must log on to the PESA website to see the member prices

Venue:
Castlereagh Boutique Hotel, 169 Castlereagh St, Sydney, NSW

Please note this is not a formal dinner,  a small amount of finger food and drinks will be provided on the night

Bookings close Thursday 20th July 2017 for venue and catering purposes.


Details

Date:
Tuesday, July 25
Time:
17:00 - 20:00
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Venue

Castlereagh Boutique Hotel
169 Castlereagh St, Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia
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Phone:
+61 2 9284 1000
Website:
http://www.thecastlereagh.com.au/

Organizer

PESA NSW Secretary
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