SPE Lecture Series, 29 July, 2014
Historical Case of Side-tracking Two Horizontal Wells in the Wandoo Field The Wandoo oilfield is located 75 kilometres nort...
Subsea Gas Compression Technology and Development Direction
Aker Solutions – Subsea Gas Compression Technology and Development Direction This presentation will give an overview of the...
September Distinguished Lecturer: Tight Coalbed Methane A Giant Worldwide Resource
The development of coalbed methane (CBM) has been limited to moderate- to high-permeabilityreservoirs (>1 md). However, a...
2014 SPE Ball
The social event of the oil and gas year held at the prestigious Government House Perth, tickets are strictly limited so d...
SPE-WA 2014 Annual Golf Day Results
Distinguished Lecturer Feburary Luncheon Slides - Unconventional Frac Jobs for Unconventional Reservoirs – What Should You Be Concerned About?
Please find the slides for the Distinguished Lecturer, Jennifer L. Miskimins' talk, Unconventional F
SPE WA Lecture Series March 2014 - Relative Permeability Measurement Techniques for Core samples: Applications to Conventional and Unconventional Reservoirs
Date - Tuesday 18th March Presentation Slides Relative permeability data are important components
SPE WA Lecture Series February 2014 - Historical Recovery Factors of Northern Carnarvon Basin Reservoirs Using WAPIMS Database
Presentation Slides Technical Paper - Northern Carnarvon Basin Hydrocarbon Recoveries using WAPIMS
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