Technical Program

Monday, May 13 – Morning
Getting More From Your Data
Room: Glen 205
Chair(s):  Alexey Romanov & Maureen Mackinnon
8:35 - 9:00 The Reservoir Quality of Tithonian Sandstone from Mizzen F-09; the application of whole rock inorganic geochemical data
David A Riley, Paul O'Neill, Tim J Pearce, Marta Barbarano, Brenton Fairey, David Rutledge, Gareth Smith, Peter Lucas
9:00 - 9:25 Controls on CO2 Partial Pressure in Petroleum Reservoirs during Burial Diagenesis
Peng Lu, Guanru Zhang and Chen Zhu
9:25 - 9:50 The Canol shale basin of NW Canada: New outlook on lithostratigraphy and paleoceanographic control of a Devonian shale-hydrocarbon prospect
Pavel B. Kabanov, Sofie A. Gouwy, Christine Deblonde, Chunqing (Dennis) Jiang, and Mary L. Borrero
9:50 - 10:35


10:35 - 11:00 BC Montney Shale Data Analytics for Shale Sweep Spot Identification and Well Completion Optimization – A journey of Machine Learning Technology Application by A Geologist
Decong Yu
11:00 - 11:25 Enhancing the Structural Fidelity of Magnetotelluric Inversion – An Example from the Bolivian Foothills
Federico Golfré Andreasi, Mauro Pezzoli, Simone Re, Evanz Lazaro and Sergio Burga
11:25 - 11:50 Using Deep Learning Approaches to Determine and Map the Spatial Extent of Core Trays
Shervin Gholam Azad, Vincent Dube Bourgeois

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