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8th International Acid Gas Injection Symposium, 24th -27th September 2019, Ramada Plaza Downtown Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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8th International Acid Gas Injection Symposium

    8th International Acid Gas Injection Symposium will hold in the Ramada Plaza and Conference Center Downtown, Calgary, Alberta, Canada during 24th to 27th September 2019.

    AGISVIII will include one Keynote Speaker, Technical Presentations, Posters of the Technical Papers, Two Workshops and Roundtable Technical Discussion.

For detail program of AGIS VIII, please click HERE.

GLE RECEPTION

    All attendees included registered spouses at the Acid Gas Injection Symposium VIII are invited to the evening reception on the evening of  24th September 2019 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm, which is generously sponsored by Gas Liquids Engineering. Please join us for a drink some finger food and a chance to mingle with others.

The Evening Reception is included as a part of the registration

package so all are encouraged to attend.

Location: Second floor of Ramada Plaza Downtown Calgary

Address: 708 8 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2P 1H2

Dress Code: Business Casual

Open Time:  7:00 pm - 10:00 pm on 24th September 2019

AGIS VIII KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Dr. Rob Marriott, University of Calgary, AB

AGIS VIII Keynote Speaker will be Dr. Rob Marriott, University of Calgary, AB. His Presentation topic will be" Water Content of Acid Gas: From the Lab to the Field ". 

Abstract: Due to composition and conditions, the vapour-liquid-equilibria within acid gas, sour gas or carbon dioxide injection processes can be relatively complicated to model with simple computational tools. This is particularly true when water is involved, because, in addition to the van der Waal forces responsible for simple cubic equations-of-state, hydrogen bonding plays an important role. Many-body interactions between water and sour gas molecules also lead to the formation of additional solid compounds (hydrates). Getting these models correct has significant consequences, as we are dealing with toxic and corrosive fluids. Furthermore precise models allow us to understand and design advanced handling techniques, such as the passive dehydration within multistage compression systems.

While simple models and simulation tools can be very successful, their calibration and verification with experimental data becomes more important. Several groups have sought to develop reference quality laboratory data for many years, where the measurement of the water holding capacity (water vapour pressure) under high-pressure and sour conditions has proven to be one of more difficult measurements to make with a high degree of confidence. With a specialized facility for working with hydrogen sulfide, it is no surprise that researchers at Alberta Sulphur Research Ltd. have been attempting to perform these measurements for some time. In this talk, the challenges and successes associated with high-pressure water content will be discussed with respect to acid gas fluids, sour gas fluids and hydrate systems. While we will focus on measurements, some modelling will be discussed with respect to reference quality correlations. 

Time: 8:15 am - 9:00 am on 25th September 2019

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION

AGIS Roundtable discussion will be held on the last day of the symposium. All AGIS attendees will be welcome to join this program. In this program, we will invite five (six) experts who have rich experiences in AGI related disciplines as our panelists. They will answer all questions and share their knowledge. Everyone will have a chance to discuss their project achievements and problems.

Location: Second floor of Ramada Plaza Downtown Calgary

Address: 708 8 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2P 1H2

Time:  1:30 pm - 5:00 pm on 27th September 2019

AGIS VIII Timetable  

GLE Reception

at the evening of  24th September 2019 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Presentations 

at  25th to 27th September 2019 from 8:00 am to 12: 00 pm

Workshop I 

at 25th September 2019 from 1:30 pm to 5: 00 pm

Workshop II

at  26th September 2019 from 1:30 pm to 5: 00 pm

Roundtable Discussion

at  27th September 2019 from 1:30 pm to 5: 00 pm