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Unformatted text preview: Arrangements Committee Volunteers Work Schedule October 4th - October 7th 2009 Name Ahmed Abdullah Altammar Alejandro Alvarez Andrea Garber Babette Moreau Behnaz Rahmani Behzad Bagherian Buck Oubre Chukwudi Chukwudozie Dadotum Osisami Danial Hassanpeer Darnellys Moya Dozie Ekweribe Edwards Evans Fred Breland Gaurav Seth Heath Santiny Jane Moring Jared Politz Jon Legrand Korey Kanzig Luc Ngassam Magnus Stensrud Malik Attar Maria French Miguel Carrera Mike Vercher Mohammadhadi Namazirad 10/5/2009 morning 10/5/2009 afternoon 10/6/2009 morning Projects in 217 / 218-Cap. 360 Intelligent Fields and Optimization in 206 / 207-Cap 485 Advances in Sand Control Technology in 228 / 229 / 230-Cap 378 Directional Drilling / ERD in R08 / R09-Cap 594 Workplace: New Tools for the New World in 220 / 221-Cap 317 Field Case Studies in R04 / R05-Cap 538 Reserves: Regulation Changes in 220 / 221-Cap 317 Shale Evaluation in R06 / R07-Cap 538 Formation Testing in R06 / R07-Cap 538 Fluid Characterization and Modeling in R02 / R03-Cap 526 Reservoir Characterization and Monitoring in 217 / 218-Cap. 360 Distributed Temperature Sensing and Production Profiling in 206 / 207-Cap 485 Addressing Well Operation Problems in 225 / 226 / 227-Cap. 371 X X X Artificial Lift Methods and Heavy Oil in 225 / 226 / 227-Cap. 371 Cementing Technology in 228 / 229 / 230-Cap 378 X X Innovation in 217 / 218-Cap. 360 Stimulation Field Case Studies & New Technologies in R04 / R05-Cap 53 Reservoir Monitoring of Low Permeability Formations in 211 / 212 / 213-Cap 382 X Chemical EOR in 211 / 212 / 213-Cap 382 Upscaling Techniques in R02 / R03-Cap 526 Enhancements in Model Based Techniques to Deepwater Completions in 228 / 229 / 230-Cap Drilling Fluids in R08 / R09-Cap 594 Design and Microseismic Monitoring of Hydrau Mohammed A. Altammar X Integrated Geological Modeling in 220 / 221-Ca Noah Brower Petrophysics in R06 / R07-Cap 538 Obodozie Irenns Flow in Porous Media in 211 / 212 / 213-Cap 3 Peter Va Unconventional Resources and CO2 Processe Philippe Finkel Robert Rodriguez Roger Knight Innovation in 217 / 218-Cap. 360 satyajit mondal Digital Energy in 206 / 207-Cap 485 Seyed Hamed Mirhaj Seyedmohammad Gherabati Reservoir Characterization and Monitoring in 217 / 218-Cap. 360 X Talal Gomawi Tamarris Durham Chemical EOR in 211 / 212 / 213-Cap 382 Trisha Suire Flow in Porous Media in 211 / 212 / 213-Cap 3 Yasser Atallah Yoosef Sardooi Yvonne Madueke. Drill Bits / Hydraulics in R08 / R09-Cap 594 Must Have TBD 1 Nice To Have TBD 1 Nice To Have TBD 2 Nice To Have TBD 3 Nice To Have TBD 4 Nice To Have TBD 5 Nice To Have TBD 6 Nice To Have TBD 7 Nice To Have TBD 8 Nice To Have TBD 9 Nice To Have TBD 10 Nice To Have TBD 11 Nice To Have TBD 12 Nice To Have TBD 13 Nice To Have TBD 14 Nice To Have TBD 15 Nice To Have TBD 16 Nice To Have TBD 17 Nice To Have TBD 18 Nice To Have TBD 19 Nice To Have TBD 20 Nice To Have TBD 21 Nice To Have TBD 22 Nice To Have TBD 23 Nice To Have TBD 24 Nice To Have TBD 25 Nice To Have TBD 26 Nice To Have TBD 27 Nice To Have TBD 28 Nice To Have TBD 29 Nice To Have TBD 30 Nice To Have TBD 31 Nice To Have TBD 32 Nice To Have TBD 33 Nice To Have TBD 34 Nice To Have TBD 35 Nice To Have TBD 36 Nice To Have TBD 37 Nice To Have TBD 38 Nice To Have TBD 39 Nice To Have TBD 40 Nice To Have TBD 41 Nice To Have TBD 42 Nice To Have TBD 43 Nice To Have TBD 44 Nice To Have TBD 45 Nice To Have TBD 46 Nice To Have TBD 47 Nice To Have TBD 48 Nice To Have TBD 49 Nice To Have TBD 50 Projects in 217 / 218-Cap. 360 Distributed Temperature Sensing and Production Profiling in 206 / 207-Cap 485 Artificial Lift Methods and Heavy Oil in 225 / 226 / 227-Cap. 371 Cementing Technology in 228 / 229 / 230-Cap 378 Drill Bits / Hydraulics in R08 / R09-Cap 594 Field Case Studies in R04 / R05-Cap 538 Reserves: Regulation Changes in 220 / 221-Cap 317 Shale Evaluation in R06 / R07-Cap 538 Reservoir Monitoring of Low Permeability Formations in 211 / 212 / 213-Cap 382 Upscaling Techniques in R02 / R03-Cap 526 Intelligent Fields and Optimization in 206 / 207-Cap 485 Addressing Well Operation Problems in 225 / 226 / 227-Cap. 371 Advances in Sand Control Technology in 228 / 229 / 230-Cap 378 Directional Drilling / ERD in R08 / R09-Cap 594 Stimulation Field Case Studies & New Technologies in R04 / R05-Cap 53 Workplace: New Tools for the New World in 220 / 221-Cap 317 Formation Testing in R06 / R07-Cap 538 Fluid Characterization and Modeling in R02 / R03-Cap 526 Digital Energy in 206 / 207-Cap 485 Enhancements in Model Based Techniques to Deepwater Completions in 228 / 229 / 230-Cap Drilling Fluids in R08 / R09-Cap 594 Design and Microseismic Monitoring of Hydrau Integrated Geological Modeling in 220 / 221-Ca Petrophysics in R06 / R07-Cap 538 Unconventional Resources and CO2 Processe Nice To Have TBD 51 Nice To Have TBD 52 Nice To Have TBD 53 Nice To Have TBD 54 Nice To Have TBD 55 Arrangments Duties The primary function of the SPE Arrangements Committee provides a vital link between each technical session room Specifically, committee members are asked to do the following: 1. Meet with the Arrangement Committee Chairperson in the Speaker Check-in Room 30 minutes before your assigned sessi 2. General responsibilities include: • Be sure the session monitor has speaker gifts • Directing attendees to available seating. • Monitor session rooms to ensure the audio/visual equipment is functioning properly and that room conditions, i.e. lighting • Take attendance counts during every presentation and return the Session Attendance Form to SPE staff in the Speaker C 3. In preparation for the Opening General Session, please meet in the Speaker Check-in Room at 9:15 a.m. to discuss respo ALL VOLUNTEERS helping out on the ATCE Conduct Committee receive: ­ Complimentary ticket to President's Lunch ­ $50 SPE Book Store gift certificate SECTIONS who participate are eligible for: A portion of $20,000 stipend to be distributed as a thank you to sections who participate. Complimentary 10x10 booth to promote the programs in our Region and Sections and recognition in the conference progra 10/6/2009 afternoon 206 / 207-Cap 485 gy in 228 / 229 / 230-Cap 378 orld in 220 / 221-Cap 317 10/7/2009 morning 10/7/2009 afternoon Expanding the Horizons of Digital Energy in 206 / 207-Cap 485 Artificial Lift in 225 / 226 / 227-Cap. 371 Part 1: Applied Technology - Onshore Horizontal Part 2: Applied Technology - Perforating Systems in 228 / 229 / 230-Cap 378 Wellbore Stability in R08 / R09-Cap 594 in R02 / R03-Cap 526 itoring in 217 / 218-Cap. 360 in 206 / 207-Cap 485 s in 225 / 226 / 227-Cap. 371 Heavy Oil and Unconventional Resources in 211 / 212 / 213-Cap 382 RDD Special Session in X Additional Room Matrix and Fracture Stimulation in R04 / R05-Cap 538 Safety and CO2 Sequestration in 220 / 221-Cap 317 Rock and Fluid Properties in R06 / R07-Cap 538 X X X w Technologies in R04 / R05-Cap 538 Reservoir Engineering Fundamentals in R02 / R03-Cap 526 X X Flow in Fractured Porous Media in 211 / 212 / 213-Cap 382 X X Managing Dual Career Couples and Balancing Family and Career in Additional Room Data Interpretation for Optimal Well Performance in 206 / 207-Cap 485 New Training Methods for the 21st Century in the E&P Industry in 217 / Innovative Technologies Applied to Reservoir Monitoring in Assurance/ and Multiphase Flow in 206 / 207-Cap 485 Flow 225 / 226 227-Cap. 371 ents in Model Based Techniques to Monitor Reservoir Performance in Injection and CO2 Processes in 211 / 212 / 213-Cap 382 X Gas 225 / 226 / 227-Cap. 371 r Completions in 228 / 229 / 230-Cap 378 Well Intervention in 225 / 226 / 227-Cap. 371 ids in R08 / R09-Cap 594 d Microseismic Monitoring of Hydraulic Fracture Treatments in R04 / R05-Cap Technology in 228 / 229 / 230-Cap 378 Completion 538 X Advances in Knowledge Transfer in 217 / 218-Cap. 360 Geological Modeling in 220 / 221-Cap 317 Drilling Optimization in R08 / R09-Cap 594 ics in R06 / R07-Cap 538 Stimulation of Naturally Fractured Reservoirs in R04 / R05-Cap 538 rous Media in 211 / 212 / 213-Cap 382 Environmental Issues in 220 / 221-Cap 317 tional Resources and CO2 Processes in R02 / R03-Cap 526 Formation Evaluation Technology Update in R06 / R07-Cap 538 Flow Assurance and Modeling in 217 / 218-Cap. 360 Gas Injection and CO2 Processes in 211 / 212 / 213-Cap 382 in 217 / 218-Cap. 360 X rgy in 206 / 207-Cap 485 New Challenges of Completion Systems in 228 / 229 /Reservoir 378 230-Cap Uncertainty and History Match in R02 / R03-Cap 526 X X X New Developments in Downhole Drilling Tools in R08 New Training Methods for the 21st Century in the E&P Industry in Advan / R09-Cap 594 Hydraulic Fracture Modeling and Case Histories in Shales and Unconventional Reservoirs in R04 / R05-Cap 538 X X Emerging Resources: Managing Energy Industry Resources for the Next 100 Years in 220 / 221-Cap 317 Fluid Flow Simulation Techniques in R06 / R07-Cap 538 Flow in Fractured Porous Media in 211 / 212 / 213-Cap 382 EOR Processes and Applications in R02 / R03-Cap 526 Heavy Oil and Unconventional Resources in 211 / 212 / 213-Cap 382 in 206 / 207-Cap 485 1 / 212 / 213-Cap 382 206 / 207-Cap 485 s in 225 / 226 / 227-Cap. 371 gy in 228 / 229 / 230-Cap 378 w Technologies in R04 / R05-Cap 538 orld in 220 / 221-Cap 317 in R02 / R03-Cap 526 rgy in 206 / 207-Cap 485 ents in Model Based Techniques to Monitor Reservoir Performance in 225 / 226 / 227-Cap. 371 r Completions in 228 / 229 / 230-Cap 378 ids in R08 / R09-Cap 594 d Microseismic Monitoring of Hydraulic Fracture Treatments in R04 / R05-Cap 538 Geological Modeling in 220 / 221-Cap 317 ics in R06 / R07-Cap 538 tional Resources and CO2 Processes in R02 / R03-Cap 526 Flow Assurance and Modeling in 217 / 218-Cap. 360 Data Interpretation for Optimal Well Performance in 206 / 207-Cap 485 Innovative Technologies Applied to Reservoir Monitoring in 225 / 226 / 227-Cap. 371 New Challenges of Completion Systems in 228 / 229 / 230-Cap 378 New Developments in Downhole Drilling Tools in R08 / R09-Cap 594 Hydraulic Fracture Modeling and Case Histories in Shales and Unconventional Reservoirs in R04 / R05-Cap 538 Emerging Resources: Managing Energy Industry Resources for the Next 100 Years in 220 / 221-Cap 317 Fluid Flow Simulation Techniques in R06 / R07-Cap 538 EOR Processes and Applications in R02 / R03-Cap 526 RDD Special Session in Additional Room Advances in Knowledge Transfer in 217 / 218-Cap. 360 Expanding the Horizons of Digital Energy in 206 / 207-Cap 485 Artificial Lift in 225 / 226 / 227-Cap. 371 Part 1: Applied Technology - Onshore Horizontal Part 2: Applied Technology - Perforating Systems in 228 / 229 / 230-Cap 378 Wellbore Stability in R08 / R09-Cap 594 Matrix and Fracture Stimulation in R04 / R05-Cap 538 Safety and CO2 Sequestration in 220 / 221-Cap 317 Rock and Fluid Properties in R06 / R07-Cap 538 Reservoir Engineering Fundamentals in R02 / R03-Cap 526 Managing Dual Career Couples and Balancing Family and Career in Additional Room Flow Assurance and Multiphase Flow in 206 / 207-Cap 485 Well Intervention in 225 / 226 / 227-Cap. 371 Completion Technology in 228 / 229 / 230-Cap 378 Drilling Optimization in R08 / R09-Cap 594 Stimulation of Naturally Fractured Reservoirs in R04 / R05-Cap 538 Environmental Issues in 220 / 221-Cap 317 Formation Evaluation Technology Update in R06 / R07-Cap 538 Reservoir Uncertainty and History Match in R02 / R03-Cap 526 New Training Methods for the 21st Century in the E&P Industry in 217 / een each technical session room and conference management. minutes before your assigned session to review room assignments and responsibilities. Arrive at the technical session room 15 minutes nd that room conditions, i.e. lighting and temperature, are suitable. An AV technician will be in each session room for assistance. Report a e Form to SPE staff in the Speaker Check-In Room at the conclusion of your session. Room at 9:15 a.m. to discuss responsibilities. You will need to fill out a form upon check-in and will be assigned rooms. During the check recognition in the conference program. 6 / 207-Cap 485 al ms in 228 / 229 / 230-Cap 378 1 / 212 / 213-Cap 382 03-Cap 526 Family and Career in Additional Room hods for the 21st Century in the E&P Industry in 217 / 218-Cap. 360 nd Multiphase Flow in 206 / 207-Cap 485 CO2 Processes in 211 / 212 / 213-Cap 382 in 225 / 226 / 227-Cap. 371 nology in 228 / 229 / 230-Cap 378 on in R08 / R09-Cap 594 turally Fractured Reservoirs in R04 / R05-Cap 538 ues in 220 / 221-Cap 317 tion Technology Update in R06 / R07-Cap 538 CO2 Processes in 211 / 212 / 213-Cap 382 inty and History Match in R02 / R03-Cap 526 hods for the 21st Century in the E&P Industry in Advances in Knowledge Transfer t 100 Years in 220 / 221-Cap 317 1 / 212 / 213-Cap 382 27-Cap. 371 27-Cap. 371 ntional Reservoirs in R04 / R05-Cap 538 t 100 Years in 220 / 221-Cap 317 6 / 207-Cap 485 al ms in 228 / 229 / 230-Cap 378 03-Cap 526 Family and Career in Additional Room nd Multiphase Flow in 206 / 207-Cap 485 in 225 / 226 / 227-Cap. 371 nology in 228 / 229 / 230-Cap 378 on in R08 / R09-Cap 594 turally Fractured Reservoirs in R04 / R05-Cap 538 ues in 220 / 221-Cap 317 tion Technology Update in R06 / R07-Cap 538 inty and History Match in R02 / R03-Cap 526 hods for the 21st Century in the E&P Industry in 217 / 218-Cap. 360 lities. Arrive at the technical session room 15 minutes before the session and begin to familiarize yourself with the room. n will be in each session room for assistance. Report any problems to SPE staff immediately. check-in and will be assigned rooms. During the check-in meeting, you will learn a few important things, such as what to do in the case of lf with the room. , such as what to do in the case of a medical emergency and how to keep the room environment comfortable. Registration Committee Volunteers Work Schedule October 4th - October 7th 2009 Sunday (4th) Morning Registration starts at 7:00 a.m. and ends at 5:00 p.m. We ask that you work at least 4 hours in the morning. No One Needed Monday (5th) Carol Hartupee Kimberly Maginnis Alejandro Alvarez Frank Groves Alireza Roostapour Nik Manesh Afternoon Registration starts at 7:00 am and ends at 5:00 pm. We ask that you work at least 4 hours in the afternoon No One Needed Phil Richard Greg Martin Jan Catalano Asafa Kolapo Dawari D. Charles Paige Bleuywck Registration Duties The primary function of the SPE Registration Committee is to monitor registration and provide information and assista Committee members are most instrumental in orienting attendees to the registration procedures. Temporary personn prepare badges, collect money and handle to accounting. Specifically, committee members are askedthe do the following: 1. Attend a brief committee meeting on the Sunday before the meeting to review responsibilities and become familiar with the r theMake certain that registrants complete a registration form before going to one of the many self-contained cashier/registration 2. physical layout. 3. Direct registrant to the cashier station with the shortest line, once a registration form has been completed. 4. Be prepared to give directions and answer general questions from registrants. 5. Arrive 30 minutes prior to each shift. ALL VOLUNTEERS helping out on the ATCE Conduct Committee receive: ­ Complimentary ticket to President's Lunch ­ $50 SPE Book Store gift certificate SECTIONS who participate are eligible for: A portion of $20,000 stipend to be distributed as a thank you to sections who participate. Complimentary 10x10 booth to promote the programs in our Region and Sections and recognition in the conference progra tee Volunteers dule ber 7th 2009 Tuesday (6th) Cindy Baer Kathy Hanephin Ken Dupal Pat Ketchum Darnellys Moya Wednesday (7th) (ends at 2:00 p. m. Wed) Jeremy Pie Jeremy Smith Phil Richard Lance Habetz Luis C. Colmenares Jeff Holland Randy Raymond Samiran Barrakoli Eric Anim-Ansah Korey Kanzig Jeff Holland Jan Catalano Varun Pai ation and provide information and assistance to meeting registrants. stration procedures. Temporary personnel (not the volunteers) will esponsibilities and become familiar with the registration procedures and f the many self-contained cashier/registration counters. form has been completed. participate. ns and recognition in the conference program. Highschool Tour Committee Volunteers Work Schedule October 4th - October 7th 2009 Wednesday (7th) Wednesday Morning Meeting place to be determined. Arrive by 08:15 Jon Legrand Mohammed A. Altammar Sean O'Boyle Gani A. Sagingaliyev Maria French Jeanne Perdue Sagingaliyev, Gani Chukwudi Chukwudozie Dozie Ekweribe Ahmed Abdullah Altammar Andrew Patin Vincent Patin Stephen Spurgeon Nik Manesh Guna Lie Mohammadreza Dastin Pitre Mylene Gaurav Seth High School Tour Committee Duties The primary function of the SPE High School Student Tour Committee is responsible for conducting tours of the SPE exhibition for area high school students. Specifically, committee members are asked to do the following: 1. Attend a brief committee meeting on Tuesday at which time he/she will be asked to tour the exhibition before Wednesday a exhibits and a tour route for the students he/she will guide. 2. Pre-select a route for approximately a 2 hour tour of the Exhibition. 3. Meet at a predetermined location by 8:15 a.m. on Wednesday during the conference where a group of students will be assi 4. Once a group of students have been assigned, the volunteer guide will lead them onto the exhibit floor 5. Conclude tour, collect student badges, and join students for lunch. There will be a brief welcome by an SPE leader and a co 6. During lunch, visit with the students and answer any questions they might have about the exhibition or careers in engineering 7. At the conclusion of lunch the responsibility of the committee members and guides is finished. Please note students cannot ALL VOLUNTEERS helping out on the ATCE Conduct Committee receive: ­ Complimentary ticket to President's Lunch ­ $50 SPE Book Store gift certificate SECTIONS who participate are eligible for: A portion of $20,000 stipend to be distributed as a thank you to sections who participate. Complimentary 10x10 booth to promote the programs in our Region and Sections and recognition in the conference progra ittee Volunteers dule er 7th 2009 responsible for conducting tours of the SPE technical asked to tour the exhibition before Wednesday and select specific onference where a group of students will be assigned for the tour. Students will be on a first-come, first-served basis. It is required to hav them onto the exhibit floor ill be a brief welcome by an SPE leader and a college tradeshow will be set in theroom for students to receive more information on the diffe ave about the exhibition or careers in engineering guides is finished. Please note students cannot return to the exhibit floor after lunch. ho participate. ections and recognition in the conference program. basis. It is required to have a teacher sponsor and a volunteer guide for each ten (10) students. re information on the different college programs. Arrive 30 minutes prior to each shift. ...
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