2016 CO2/ ROZ Conference

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2016 CO2 Conference Week: Midland, Texas

The 22nd Annual CO2/ ROZ Conference
Midland Horseshoe Education Room, Midland Texas
  Tue 12/6 Wed 12/7 Thur 12/8
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Theme Session #1: "CO2 Flood & DUROZ Operations & Case Histories" 7:30 to 11:30 am

7:30‐8:00 “CO2 Cycle Demonstration Project (Gulf Coast)”, Bill Brown CEO of NetPower
8amWelcome and Workshop Opening Remarks: Michael Moore, FearnOil Inc. & Steve Melzer, APTAI. Status of Horizontal San Andres ROZ Play
...Steve Melzer / Russell Hall
II. Status of ROZ CO2 EOR
...Melzer / Dr. Robert Trentham
III. Recovery Estimates and Commercial Challenges
...Russell Hall
IV. Panel on Advanced Recovery in Horizontal Plays (Shale and Otherwise)
...Moderator, Murrell/GE Global Research
a. Injection Project Planning Experience Panel including Jim Doherty,
Riley Exploration (ROZ Depressuring Operator), Ben Azar, Brittany Energy (Hunton
Operator (OK), Bakken Representative (Harju/Sorenson, ERC),
George Koperna, Advanced Resources International
V. Operational Planning for Follow‐on to the Reservoir Depressuring Stage.B McConaty, Yankee Creek
VI. Land and Legal Issue
...Reagan Rich, Optima Land Services
"Recap of the EOR Carbon Management Workshop;" Mike Moore ‐ Workshop Director
8:30amKICKING US OFF: “The Prize ‐ Latest Developments in the ROZ” Vello Kuuskraa, Advanced Resources International
“Rangely Field WAG Skids and WAG Management;” Chevron USA
“POLICIES, SECARB AND ICCUS”; Ken Nemeth, Southern States Energy Board and Bob Ivey, US DOE on a call in on the ICCUS efforts“The Importance and Sensitivity of Electricity Costs in Today LOE Environment,” Ben Cook, Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute
“State of the World and CCUS Policy,” Barry Worthington, Exec Dir of US Energy AssocBreak
Break"Gas Injection in the Cusiana and Cupiagua fields;" C. Quiroz, F. Torres, B. Polo, J. González, L. Sierra, EcoPetrol
10:30am“The View from DC and What to Expect,” Fred Eames , Partner Hunton & Williams
Panel Discussion All Speakers
11am“Updates and Developments at EERC,” John Harju, VP for Strategic Partnerships at EERC
Projects Panel: “CO2 EOR and Life with Oil near $50.00” Keith Tracy Director ‐ CO2 Midstream Operations, Chaparral Energy & Russell Martin, Tabula Rasa
11:30amLunch at the Horseshoe Facility ‐ Keynote Speakers (2): Craig Pearson, Chief Seismologist and Director, Districts 8&8A, Tx Railroad Commission "Districts 8 & 8A Activity Update and Induced Seismicity Issues in Ok vs Other Regions"
Tom Williams, President, The Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America, "The Past Accomplishments and Future of RPSEA"
12pmLUNCH AND KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Chuck McConnell Executive Director of Rice University’s Energy and Environment InitiativeAdjourn to Buses for Field Trip (Venue is the East Seminole San Andres Field CO2 Flood and Facilities and a drive by of the Tall Cotton Greenfield ROZ Project west of Seminole (All one hour north of Midland) – Box Lunches Available – return by 5:30 pm
Buses Depart Horseshoe Facility for East Seminole San Andres Unit (ESSAU) and CO2 Facilities
1:30pm“Western Governors Asssociation Update and Activity at U of Wy School of Energy Resources (SER),” Mark A. Northam Executive Director, SER“"SACROC: Extending the Miscible CO2 Flood Below the Producing Oil Water Contact;" Kimberly Lomeli, Kinder Morgan CO2
Buses arrive at ESSAU, pick up Tabula Rasa personnel and get safety and orientation
briefings on field (on bus)
2pm“CCUS, CO2 EOR and Looking Ahead, ” Greg Schnacke, Denbury Resources
Move to CO2 Processing Facility and walking"The Northwest Shelf Horizontal San Andres Play;" Russell Hall, RK Hall & Associates
POLITICAL LANDSCAPE PANEL: Fred Eames Partner Hunton‐Williams, Brad Crabtree, Director NEORI, Greg Schnacke/Dan Cole Denbury Resources, Barry Worthington USEA, Mike Moore FearnOil“The Anne Tandy CO2 Flood, King County, Texas;” Jonathan Bradley, Hunt Oil
3pmComfort Stop and Bus trip to Seminole and drive by of Seminole Plant to the north of
Seminole Texas
TECHNOLOGY UPDATES PANEL: Traci Rodosta Carbon Storage Portfolio Manager U.S. Department of Energy National Energy Technology Laboratory, Professor. Arne Grau, affiliated with the Department of Physics and Technology at the University of Bergen and runs the NORTEX Petroleum ClusterArrive at Kinder Morgan’s Tall Cotton Project 6 miles west of Seminole and drive through of
the Project Area
“Manzano's Horizontal San Andres Development;” John Worrall, Manzano Energy Partners II
Depart for Midland Returning to both Conference Venue and DoubleTree Hotel
4:30pm"North Sea Residual Oil Zones: An Insight into Play Types and Potential;" Dr. Jamie Stewart, Univ of Edinburgh and Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage Programme
Issues and “Unburnable Fossil Fuels, Leave it in the Ground and Divestment” How CCUS fits in. MMoore/TBNPanel Discussion All Speakers
WRAP UP PANEL: Mike Moore, Steve Melzer, Vello Kuuskraa, and John HarjuArrive at Horseshoe Facility. Continue on to DoubleTree Hotel for those wanting to return to Hotel5:15
Conference Week Ends
5:30pm5:30‐8:00 Wed Evening Reception at the Permian Basin Petroleum Museum; Sponsors: KinderMorgan
CO2 Company and the PB Section of the SPE (shuttles available from DoubleTree to Museum & return)
5:45‐7:30 Tuesday Evening Reception at the Horseshoe Facility, Education Room (shuttle available from Reception to DoubleTree at 7:30 pm)