WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Meet Senior Decision Makers From…


  • Canadian Oil & Gas Shale Majors
  • North American Shale Majors
  • E&P Companies In The Bakken, Cardium, Utica And Viking
  • E&P Companies In The Montney, Duvernay And Horn River Basin
  • Companies Developing Assets In Canadian Shale
  • Government & Regulatory Bodies
  • Research Institutes
  • Geological Institutes & Associations
Shale Gas and Tight Oil E&P Companies With The Following Job Titles

CEOs, SVPs, VPs, Directors, Managers And Team Leaders Of:

  • Exploration
  • Exploitation
  • Geoscience
  • Geology
  • Petrophysics
  • Reservoir
  • Unconventional Reserves
  • Completions
  • Production
  • Engineering
  • Strategy & Planning
  • New Ventures
  • New Business  

PLUS...

  • Third Part Reserve Evaluators
  • Seismic Providers
  • Coring And Logging Companies
  • Hydraulic Fracturing & Completion Technology Suppliers
  • Seismic & Core Analysis Companies
  • Horizontal Drilling Companies
  • Midstream & Pipeline Companies
  • Key Industry Laboratory & Analysis Firms
  • Pressure Pumping Firms
  • Market & Economic Analysts
  • Environmental Consultancies
  • Geological Surveys
  • Research & Development Institutes & Universities
  • Investment Firms
  • Oil Transportation Companies
  • Research & Development Institutes & Universities

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Reserve Estimations For Tight Oil & Shale Gas, Canada 2012 will...

...enable E&P operators to more-accurately forecast the resource potential of unconventional plays. With the shale gas and tight oil industry growth expediting at an unprecedented rate, it is critical that reserve evaluation experts, consultants and investors come together to drive forward the accuracy of decline analysis, reservoir simulation and the predicted effects of completions techniques on overall recoverability whilst complying with the very-latest resource guidelines.

With limited historical data available and interpretive resource guidelines in place, it is vital that leading resource management strategies and cutting-edge simulation solutions are exchanged to ensure that operators can accurately predict when production rates will stabilize using short-term data.

Reserve Estimations For Tight Oil & Shale Gas, Canada 2012 is a truly unique two-day summit and Canada’s only congress dedicated to delivering solutions for overcoming the current and future technical challenges that Canadian operators are facing in their production forecasts.

DECLINE ANALYSIS : Developing the most-efficient techniques to history match and extrapolate short-term data into long-term performance predictions

RESERVOIR SIMULATION : Comparing the reliability of reservoir simulation against analogue methods in accurately estimating future well performance

MINERALOGY : Evaluating the effect tight porosity, water saturation, permeability and pressure drawdowns have on recovery rate

BOOKING RESERVES : Discussing corporate strategies for valuing assets to minimize over-conservative or over-aggressive estimations

RESERVE GUIDELINES : Understanding the very latest and pending resource guidelines to ensure operators can accurately value reserves whilst complying with reserve guidelines

COMPLETIONS : Determining how the completions variables of well spacing, frac stages and frac fluid impact production and how to incorporate this into recoverability estimates