Antony Corrie-Keilig presenting at the SPE Applied Technical Workshop

Don’t miss the opportunity to attend the SPE Applied Technical Workshop on Resource Estimation, Definition, and Production Forecasting in Kuala Lumpur and hear Principal Advisor Antony Corrie-Keilig present and chair the technical session on “Reservoir Simulation Forecasting Robustness and Reserves Estimates“.

SPE Applied Technical Workshop: Resource Estimation, Definition, and Production Forecasting
17-18 April 2018 – Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

Antony Corrie-Keilig

Antony will be chairing the technical session “Reservoir Simulation Forecasting Robustness and Reserves Estimates

Session 6 – Wednesday 18th April 9:00-11:00am

This session will examine the various techniques both stochastic and deterministic used in reservoir simulation to generate reserves forecasts. The challenge in using simulation to derive reserves forecasts is to ensure the simulation models have captured the range of uncertainty commensurate with 1P, 2P and 3P definitions and have been built to in accordance with the desired reserves standards. Case histories will examine these challenges in particular the robustness of the methodologies used and importantly how analytical techniques may be used to ground truth the sensitivity of forecasts for the purpose that they will be used for.

He’ll also be presenting two papers at the workshop:

(1) Multi Realization Too Good to be True? – When Multi Realization and Analytical Methods don’t agree
(2) Contingent and Prospective Resources, challenges in SPE PRMS Classification

Early bird tickets are available until 16th March, to register for the conference and view the programme please visit the SPE website here.

If you are attending the conference and would like to arrange a meeting with Antony, please contact our office on 08 9420 6660 or

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