OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE

Pore and Fracture Pressure Risks, Technologies, and Operating Strategies

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Pore and Fracture Pressure Risks, Technologies, and Operating Strategies

Tuesday, 2 May
312
Technical / Poster Session
Chairperson(s)
Brent Couzens-Schultz , Shell International E&P Co.
Sarah Hoffmann , ExxonMobil
  • 1400-1418 32209
    Real Time Pore Pressure Calculation From Drilling Mechanics Data Via Machine Learning Techniques
    M.J. Reilly, Hess Corp
  • 1420-1438 32418
    Applications Of Pore Pressure And Fracture Gradient Prediction To Carbon Storage
    M. Sundberg, Exxon Mobil Corporation
  • 1440-1458 32406
    1d Hydro-geomechanical Modelling Of Pore Pressure On An Active Convergent Margin: East Coast Basin, New Zealand
    E.E. Calderon Medina, Durham University; J. Obradors-Prats, Newcastle University/Three Cliffs Geomechanical Analysis; S. Jones, A. Aplin, Durham University; M. Rouainia, Newcastle University; A. Crook, Three Cliffs Geomechanical Analysis
  • 1500-1518 32166
    Pressure-stress Evaluation Of Wells Drilled At The Angore Field, Western Fold Belt, PNG
    S.L. Karner, ExxonMobil Upstream Company; J. Giddings, T. O'Kane, M. Durrant, Esso Australia Pty Ltd; B. Darby, ExxonMobil Upstream Integrated Solutions Company; K. G, ExxonMobil Services & Technology Private Limited
  • 1520-1538 32393
    Predicting Reservoir Presence From Seismic Velocity Mapping And Pore Pressure Prediction
    M. Legg, Shell
  • 1540-1558 32385
    Generation And Estimation Of Overpressure From Wireline Logs Using Deterministic Approaches In Western Indonesia’S Tertiary Sedimentary Basins
    S. O'Connor, Global GeoPressure Advice; A. Agus Mochamad Ramdhan, University of Bandung
  • 1600-1618 32555
    3d Mad Dog Pressure And Stress Prediction Coupling Seismic Velocities, Pressure, And Stress Measurements
    M. Nikolinakou, The University of Texas at Austin; S. Dosser, BP; P.B. Flemings, The University of Texas At Austin; M. Johri, BP
  • Alternate 32339
    Anomalously Deep Gas Hydrate Stability Zone In Rapidly Formed Sedimentary Basins
    A. Portnov, P.B. Flemings, K. Meazell, University of Texas Institute for Geophysics; M.R. Hudec, D. Dunlap, Bureau of Economic Geology, Jackson School of Geosciences
  • Alternate 32347
    Annular Temperature Variation And Its Impact On Fracture Gradient In A Deepwater Environment
    S.A. Rizvi, Hess Corp.