RPSEA Unconventional Gas Conference 2010: Technological Keys to Unlocking Additional Reserves

The RPSEA Unconventional Gas Conference 2010: Technological Keys to Unlocking Additional Reserves is a conference to disseminate results from the RPSEA Unconventional Resources Program.  The event will take place April 6-7 at the Denver Marriott West in Golden, Colorado.

RPSEA has an active research program with a current portfolio of 28 projects all targeting development of unconventional gas in the U.S. including activities in coalbed methane, tight gas formations, and shale gas. Unconventional gas currently represents almost one-half the domestic production in the U.S.

This conference offers an ideal opportunity to hear the latest perspectives and exchange ideas with industry experts.

Tuesday,
April 6

Research Results to be Highlighted Include:

  • Utah Gas Shale Potential
  • Understanding Piceance Basin Tight Sands – Mamm Creek Field Example
  • New Albany Shale Potential

Keynote Speaker: Tom Sheffield, Vice President, Pioneer Natural Resources

Wednesday,
April 7

  • The Latest in Well Stimulation
  • Produced Water Handling
  • Re-fracturing of Low Permeability Wells
  • Low k Field Development and Optimization

See agenda for full lineup of technology to be reviewed

There is a $50 registration fee for RPSEA members ($75 non-members) to help offset costs of the meeting. No shows will be billed.
 
A block of rooms under the event name has been reserved with a special meeting rate of $130 per night at the Denver Marriott West. Reservations need to be made by March 12.
Speaker

Organizer Danette Mozisek

When?

Tue, Apr. 6 - Wed, Apr. 7, 2010
7 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.
(GMT-0600) US/Mountain

Event has ended

Where?

Denver Marriott West
1717 Denver West Boulevard
Golden, Colorado 80401