Upcoming Division Talks
Division talks are held monthly. They are free of charge. No registration is required, and talks are open to the public. There will be a door prize, light snacks and coffee provided by sponsors. Attendees are welcome to bring their own lunch.
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Operations Geology is an important sub-discipline of the practice of geology. As it pertains to petroleum geology, we include any geoscientist managing drilling operations from the office/home (including planning wells) and geosteerers. Operations geologists are uniquely involved in the drilling of a well from the initial planning stages to long after TD and the data have been properly distributed to stakeholders and/or lookbacks have been held.
Knowledge of one’s geological targets (conventional, heavy, or unconventional) is more important than it has ever been for well placement optimization, especially considering the introduction of new technology, such as horizontal drilling and multi-stage fracture stimulation. Beyond the typical geological capacity and experience, knowledge of stakeholder management, regulatory process and approvals, well planning, drilling processes, reservoir engineering, petrophysics, production, wellbore analysis technology, etc are also vital to the role of the operations geologist. These disciplines are commonly in conflict during drilling so prioritization and compromise of the well's objectives is also a skill.
Canadian Well Identifier System, what does it mean for you?
Floy Baird/ President, Calgary Geoscience Data Managers Society
Sue Carr/ Past-President, Calgary Geoscience Managers Society | Katalyst Data Management
Qualitative Comparisons of Surface Deformation over a SAGD Reservoir in Alberta
Dennis Ellison | Sound QI Solutions Ltd.
ProactiveGeosteering with 3D Geo-models: How Operations Teams Save on Capital and ImproveWell Results
Rocky Mottahedeh | CEO United Oil & Gas Consulting and SMART4D Geosteering & Geomodelling Software