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September’19 Technical Luncheon: CO2 Shallow Release Experiment
September 17 @ 11:45 am - 1:30 pm| Free - $60
SPE WA are proud to present the details of our September technical luncheon.
Understanding the migration of CO2 in the shallow subsurface is the focus of the CSIRO Energy led In-Situ Lab shallow release project near Harvey, Western Australia. Activities include the design and deployment of surface and bottom-hole equipment to enable injection and monitoring of CO2 migration from the point of release, at a depth of ~350 m, into a major fault-zone in the shallow subsurface. The Harvey-2 stratigraphic well originally drilled in 2015 to a depth of 1350 m was recompleted and converted to a 400 m deep CO2 injector. A newly drilled monitoring well was heavily instrumented and located within 10 m of the Harvey-2 injector and a shallow groundwater well (30m) was installed for environmental monitoring. In February 2019 this well configuration was used to conduct a controlled CO2 release experiment using a small volume of food grade CO2.
Presenter – Arsham Avijegon
Arsham Avijegon is the Director at GASS Petroleum Consulting Pty Ltd. He has a background in Petroleum Engineering with 20+ years’ industry experience in technical, operational and business management roles spread across Schlumberger, Chevron & Hess Corporations. In his latest assignment, Arsham provided consultation services to CSIRO as the Project & Operations Manager for the CCS Research Development & Demonstration in-situ laboratory project. Arsham has a B.Tech in Computer Science & Engineering from IIT Madras (1996) & a Master’s degree in Petroleum Engineering from Curtin University (2007).
Students (read below)!!!
SPE WA in conjunction with our sponsors tNavigator (Rock Flow Dynamics) and Expro Group, are kindly sponsoring students to attend the monthly technical luncheons. Please fill out an application form, explaining why you are interested in attending the SPE WA technical luncheons. Successful applicants will be notified via email. Note that applications will only be accepted up to one week prior to the event.
Free tickets available for Students. Please apply through your Student Chapter.