Online registration has closed; walk-in registration is available beginning at 8:00 a.m. Wednesday April 30th.
Please note that Evansville, IN is on Central Daylight Time.
The RPSEA Small Producers Program conducts research that targets technologies that are beneficial to onshore operators working in the United States. This workshop, to be held April 30, in Evansville, Indiana, presents an opportunity for geologists, engineers, service company representatives, field operators and oil field staff in the Illinois Basin to hear the latest perspectives and technologies developed from across the country that may be used in the Paleozoic reservoirs in southern Illinois, Indiana and western Kentucky.
The presentations will focus on chemical EOR technologies that are applicable in the Illinois Basin or other Midwest areas. Updates on ASP flooding in the Bridgeport and Cypress Sandstones at Lawrence Field, Illinois and the New Albany Gas Shale play will be included. A study on polymeric surfactants using Illinois Basin fluids for Tertiary Recovery will be presented. Other chemical flooding presentations will discuss technologies developed in the Mid Continent for Paleozoic clastic and carbonate reservoirs, which are applicable in Illinois Basin reservoirs. The speakers will join in a round table discussion and question and answer session following the day's presentation. Cores and posters from research projects conducted by the Illinois State Geological Survey will be on display at the reception at the close of the day.
The cost is only $50 and PDH certificates for 8 hours will be available. A continental breakfast, lunch buffet and reception are included in the price. Workshop materials will be posted on the RPSEA web site for downloading after the workshop. Parking is free at the Evansville Old National Event Center.