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7th International Acid Gas Injection Symposium, 22nd -25th May 2018 Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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AGIS VII PRELIMINARY SCHEDULE

 

 

 

 

22nd May 2018 (AGIS VII Reception Dinner)

19:00-22:30

AGIS VII Reception Dinner (Sponsored by GLE)

23rd May 2018  (AGIS VII Day1)

08:00-08:15

 

Welcome to AGIS VII

Ying (Alice) Wu, Sphere Technology Connection, Calgary, Canada

08:15-09:00

Keynote

Acid Gas Injection – A Very Dynamic Process

James Maddocks, Gas Liquids Engineering, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

09:00-09:30

Paper 1

Densities and Phase Behavior involving Dense-Phase Propane Impurities

J.A. Commodore, C.E. Deering and R.A. Marriott, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta Canada

0930-1000

Paper 2

Reasonable Soaking Duration of CO2 Huff and Puff in Tight Oil Reservoirs

Qin Yong, PetroChina, Beijing, China

10:00-10:30

 

COFFEE BREAK (Sponsored by CRA)

10:30-11:00

Paper 3

Prediction of Thermodynamic Properties of Acid Gas Mixtures in the Near Critical Region

William Tomcej1 and Ray Tomcej2, (1) Spartan Controls, Calgary, Alberta, Canada and (2) Tomcej Engineering Inc., Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

11:00-11:30

Paper 4

The Microscopic Characteristic of Residual Oil in Dead-end Pores Flooded by Supercritical CO2

Yu Hongwei, Chen Xinglong, Li Shi and Han Haishui, PetroChina, Beijing, China

11:30-12:00

Paper 5

3D Seismic Analysis to Evaluate AGI Feasibility of Carbonate Reservoirs

Alberto A. Gutierrez, Jasha Cultreri; and Lou Mazzullo, GEOLEX, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

12:00-13:00

 

LUNCH (Sponsored by LEWA)

13:00-14:30

Workshop 1

Reservoir Engineering Aspects of Acid Gas Injection

Liaqat Ali, XHorizons, Houston, USA

14:30-15:00

 

COFFEE BREAK (Sponsored by Geolex)

15:00-17:0

Workshop 1

Reservoir Engineering Aspects of Acid Gas Injection (cont.)

Liaqat Ali, XHorizons, Houston, USA

24th May 2018 (AGIS VII Day 2)

08:00-08:30

Paper 6

Carbon Dioxide Flooding and Storage Potential in China

Yongle Hu1, Hao Mingqiang Hao1, and Wang Chao2, (1) PetroChina, Beijing, China, and (2) China University of Geosciences, Beijing, China

08:30-09:00

Paper 7

High Pressure H2S Oxidation in CO2

S. Lee and R.A. Marriott, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta Canada

09:00-09:30

Paper 8

Benefits of Diaphragm Pumps for the Compression of Acid Gas

Anke-Dorothee Wöhr, LEWA GmbH, Leonberg, Germany

09:30-10:00

Paper 9

A Dynamic Simulation to Aid Design of Shell CCS Quest Project Multi Stage Compressor Shutdown System

William Acevedo1, Chris Arthur2, and James van der Lee2, (1) Shell Canada, Calgary, Alberta, Canada and (2) Virtual Materials Group (VMG), Calgary, Alberta, Canada

10:00-10:30

 

COFFEE BREAK (Sponsored by CRA)

10:30-11:00

Paper 10

Tomakomai CCS Demonstration Project of Japan, CO₂ Injection in Progress

Yoshihiro Sawada, Jiro Tanaka, Yutaka Tanaka, Daiji Tanase, and Hideki Imai, Japan CCS Co., Ltd, Tokyo, Japan

11:00-11:30

Paper 11

Molecular Simulation of pK Values and CO2 Reactive Absorption Prediction Javad Noroozi and William R. Smith, University of Guelph, Guelph Ontario, Canada and University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada

11:30-12:00

Paper 12

Absorption of CO2 in Amine-Water Mixtures: Quantitative Description of the Amine-Water And Amine-CO2 Interactions Using Molecular Simulation

Florent Goujon, Yohann Coulier, Jean-Yves Coxam, and Karine Ballerat-Busserolles, Université Clermont Auvergne, Clermont–Ferrand, France

12:00-13:00

 

LUNCH (Sponsored by LEWA)

13:00-14:30

Workshop 2

Acid Gas Compressors and Compression

Randy Franiel, Compass Compression, Calgary, Canada

14:30-15:00

 

COFFEE BREAK (Sponsored by VMG)

15:00-17:00

Workshop 2

Acid Gas Compressors and Compression (cont.)

Randy Franiel, Compass Compression, Calgary, Canada

25th May 2018  (AGIS VII Day 3)

08:00-08:30

Paper 13

The Features and Cost Analysis of CCUS Industry in China

Mingqiang Hao1, Hu Yongle Hu1,  Wang Shiyu2, (1) PetroChina, Beijing, China, and (2) China University of Geosciences, Beijing, China

08:30-09:00

Paper 14

Emergency Response Planning for Acid Gas Injection Wells

Ray Mireault, Independent Consultant, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

09:00-09:30

Paper 15

Computation of Phase Equilibrium for Acid Gas Mixtures Containing H2S using the CPA Equation of State

H.M. Tu1, P. Guo1, and N.Jia2, (1) Southwest Petroleum UniversityChengdu, China and (2) University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

09:30-10:00

Paper 16

Dynamic Solubility of Acid Gases in a Deep Brine Aquifer

Liaqat Ali1 and Russell Bentley2, (1) XHorizons, Houston, Texas, USA, (2) WSP USA, Houston, Texas, USA

10:00-10:30

 

COFFEE BREAK (Sponsored by CRA)

10:30-11:00

Paper 17

Solubility of CO2 in Two [Tf2N] based Ionic Liquids

Devjyoti Nath and Amr Henni, University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

11:00-11:30

Paper 18

Calorimetric and Densimetric Data to Help the Simulation of the Impact of Annex Gases Co-injected with CO2 During its Geological Storage.

Fernando Hevia de los Mozos, Karine Ballerat-Busserolles, Barbara Liborio, Yohann Coulier, Jean-Yves Coxam, Université Clermont Auvergne, Clermont–Ferrand, France

11:30-12:00

Paper 19

Study on the Horizontal Well for Volume Fracturing Steady Capacity Prediction Model of Gas and Water in Tight Gas Reservoirs

Weiyao Zhu, Yuwei Li, Wenchao Liu, and Ming Yue, The University of Science and Technology Beijing, Institute of Applied Mechanics of USTB, China

12:00-12:00

Paper 19

Acid Gas Injection: Days of Future Passed

John Carroll, Gas Liquids Engineering, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

12:30-13:30

 

LUNCH Sponsored by LEWA

 

Posters

1.    A History of AGIS

Ying (Alice) Wu, Sphere Technology Connection, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

2.    Water Content of Carbon Dioxide – A Review

Eugene Grynia, Gas Liquids Engineering, Calgary, Alberta, Canada and Bogdan Ambrożek, West Pomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin, Poland

3.   Study on the Horizontal Well for Volume Fracturing Steady Capacity Prediction Model of Gas and Water in Tight Gas Reservoirs

Weiyao Zhu, Yuwei Li, Wenchao Liu, and Ming Yue. University of Science and Technology Beijing, Beijing, China

4.    Research on Effect of Stress Sensitivity on Seepage Characteristics in Water-Bearing Tight Gas Reservoir

Guodong Zou, Weiyao Zhu, and Dongxv Ma, The University of Science and Technology Beijing, Institute of Applied Mechanics of USTB, China

5.    Experimental Study on the Water Lock Starting Pressure Gradient of Tight Core

Xiyi Yang, Zhiyong Song, and Wenchao Liu, University of Science and Technology Beijing, Beijing, China

6.    Reaction Kinetics of CO2 in Aqueous 2-(Diisopropylamino)ethanol, N,n,n′,n′-tetrakis (2-hydroxypropyl)ethylenediamine, Tris[2-(2-methoxyethoxy) ethyl]amine, and N-(2-hydroxyethyl)aniline Solutions Using the Stopped-Flow Technique

Ali Tagiuri and Amr Henni, University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

7.    Carbon Dioxide Flooding and Storage Potential in China

          Yongle Hu1, Hao Mingqiang Hao1, and Wang Chao2, (1) PetroChina, Beijing, China, and (2) China University of Geosciences, Beijing, China

8.   The Features and Cost Analysis of CCUS Industry in China

Mingqiang Hao1, Hu Yongle Hu1, Wang Shiyu2, (1) PetroChina, Beijing, China, and (2) China University of Geosciences, Beijing, China

9. Reasonable Soaking Duration of CO2 Huff and Puff in Tight Oil Reservoirs

Qin Yong, PetroChina, Beijing, China

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