CO2 Conference Week

The Entire Conference Week

CO2 Conference, Two Faces of CO2

THE ENTIRE CO2 CONFERENCE WEEK – December 9-12, 2014

“It’s where the field and office come together to make things happen” 

The 12th Annual (2014) EOR Carbon Management Workshop
– Midland, Texas

The EOR Carbon Management Workshop opened Tues, Dec 9th, 2014 with the 12th Annual EOR Carbon Management Workshop at 8:00 am on Tuesday, Dec 9th at the Midland Center (MC) with registration beginning at 7:30.  A continental breakfast was available.

Technical Session I was on Tuesday Dec 9th, 2014 from 8:00 to 12:00 (at the MC) followed by the Keynote Luncheon Talk.

Technical Session II was on Tuesday Dec 9th from 1:00 pm to 5:30 pm (at the MC)

Workshop ended at 5:30 pm

Concurrent to the EOR Carbon Mgmt Workshop was a repeat of the 2012 CO2 Well Control Seminar. This first ever CO2 oriented event was so popular that a repeat was scheduled on Tuesday, Dec 9th starting at 11:00 am in Room 5 of the Midland Center. The seminar ended at 5:00 and was followed by the reception below:


The Tuesday Evening Reception was at the MC from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm and was sponsored by Denbury Resources.

Wednesday, Dec 10th, 2014

This year’s Conference Week field trip was planned for the Wasson Area and included an EOR project, CO2 Recycle Facility and a short visit to the Denver City hub of CO2 pipelines. Registration was limited to first 70 persons.  Box lunches were provided on the bus.  Buses departed at 8:00 am and returned to the Midland Center at 4:30 pm.

 Workshop Ends:  Dec 10th

 “It hardly seems possible now that we have hosted 20 years of CO2 Conference events.  The list of contributions that the Conference has made is a long one.  Making “More and better CO2 Floods has been the goal.” Facilitating technology transfer, laying the seeds for new projects, and helping with intercompany networking is at the core of the Conference mission.
     During the years, the Conference has expanded to a full week and now fully incorporates carbon capture and storage objectives as the understanding of the many complexities and challenges of commercial CO2 capture and storage have emerged.  CO2 EOR and storage reservoir targets have grown dramatically as the science and engineering of residual oil zones has come to the center stage at the Conference. The guiding sponsors for the agenda building has grown from a meager four companies in 1994 to over 35 for 2014.  The sponsor list is clearly the “who’s who” of CO2 flooding companies. The Conference would not be possible without them and expresses thanks for their industry leadership.  Their contributions extend well beyond their participation in the planning sessions; they encourage their employees to share their case histories, they open their fields to the field trips, and share their ideas in what is all-too-often a proprietary world.  The twenty years of efforts seem to have been worth it.  Thanks need to go to all the attendees and supporters from the organizing committee.  See you in December 2015.”

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Learn about actual Case Histories of CO2 Flooding


The 20th Annual CO2 Flooding Conference, Midland, Texas**

Wednesday, Dec 10th, 2014

 The CO2 Flooding Conference activity opened at 8:00 am at the Midland Center (MC) in Downtown Midland on Wednesday, Dec 10th with a shortcourse on Produced Water Management for CO2 EOR, Water Flooding and Unconventionals. This was the 17th in a series of shortcourses and seminars on the many technical aspects of CO2 flooding. An optional field trip was included.

Thursday, Dec 11th, 2014

CO2 Policy & Flood Ops Technical Session 1 was on Thurs, Dec 11th from 8:00 – 11:30 am (at the MC)

Luncheon and Keynote Speech (Speaker: Julio Friedmann Deputy Assistant Secretary for Clean Coal, Office of Fossil Energy at the U.S. DOE was on Thurs, Dec 11th from 11:45 – 1:00 pm (at the MC)

CO2 Flooding Technical Session 2 was on Thursday, Dec 11th featuring operations and reservoir case histories – from 1:15 – 4:45 pm (at the MC)

Evening Reception sponsored by the Permian Basin Section of the Society of Petroleum Engineers was at the Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, 1500 Interstate Highway 20, Midland, TX 79701.

Friday, Dec 12th, 2014

CO2 Flooding Technical Session 3 featured business and reservoir case histories on Friday, Dec 12th from 8:00 – 12:00 noon (at the MC)

Light Lunch was available from 12:00-1:00 pm (at the MC)

Conference Ended: 1:00 pm Dec 12th

Collaborate And Create 2014



“The CO2 Conference Week is the only place you can immerse yourself in all of the exciting aspects of CO2: from the latest developments in and actual case histories of CO2 enhanced oil recovery to carbon capture, utilization and storage; all the while networking with the professionals working within the World’s premier field laboratory for enhanced oil recovery



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