Optimizing Production in the WCSB

Venue: Delta Bow Valley

Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Event Date/Time: Oct 14, 2004 End Date/Time: Oct 15, 2004
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Make the most of your oil and gas production plays — hear from the experts on new business opportunities and effective techniques to optimize production in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin

Oil and gas activity is on the rise in the WCSB, with a sharp increase in wellheads, new industry and service competitors, and innovative technologies to optimize production. While future tight gas, coalbed methane and oil sands expansions will partially offset the supply shortfall, conventional oil and gas continues to play a critical role in meeting demand. The region is quickly changing and companies are preparing to take advantage of an industrial evolution — do you have the tools in place to succeed?

The Canadian Institute's Optimizing Production in the WCSB will bring together industry experts from the region's most innovative production and service companies to present the latest production forecasts, projects, cost-effective technologies and valuable case studies to deliver high volume results for oil and gas production. Whether you are a small/medium-sized engineering firm or a large-scale oil and gas company this conference will give you the insight and best practices you need to achieve cost-effective production.

Get the latest on optimizing production in the WCSB from senior land leaders including:
*Newsco Directional and Horizontal Drilling Services Inc., Baker Hughes INTEQ and Springer Consulting Services on applying horizontal and directional drilling for varying resource plays in the WCSB
*Geo-Help Inc., Forward Energy Group Inc. and Mustagh Resources Ltd. on assessing recoverable oil and gas resources and choosing cost-effective production techniques
*Halliburton Energy Services and APA Petroleum Engineering Inc. on overcoming challenges to commercialize CBM and tight gas in the WCSB
*Alberta Research Council, Emerson Process Management and PC Compression Inc. on identifying effective techniques and new business opportunities for enhanced heavy oil recovery
*Alberta Department of Energy and BC Ministry of Energy and Mines on seasonal incentive programs to boost production activity during non-peak periods

Plus! Don't miss the Optional Pre-Conference Workshop on Cutting Edge Opportunities for Low Pressure Reservoirs, led by APA Petroleum Engineering Inc. during the morning of day 1 (October 14).


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Who Should Attend Presidents, CEOs, VPs, Managers and Directors of Business Development, Strategic Planning, Operations, Production, Engineering, Drilling, Completions, Fraccing, Stimulation, Water Management, and Land Management from: -Conventional Oil and Gas Producers -Heavy Oil, Tight Gas and Coalbed Methane Producers -Horizontal and Directional Drilling Companies -Oil & Gas Pipeline and Processing Companies -Seismic and Geological Service Firms -Energy Focused Engineering and IT Companies -Environmental Impact and Assessment Firms