Ian Cockerill to present at the 11th Unconventional Gas Technical Forum later this month

RISC’s Head of Geoscience Ian Cockerill is set to present at the 11th Unconventional Gas Technical Forum being held at the Victoria Convention Centre, British Columbia, Canada on April 23 and 24th. The forum is a joint effort between the BC Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources and the BC Oil and Gas Commission.

Heterogeneity in Unconventional Plays and Quantifying Sweet-Spots in the NEBC Montney

Ian will summarise how a Common Risk Segment Mapping approach tied to production data has led to the development of a Play Atlas across the Montney play fairway in North East British Columbia. Using the world-class open file database of well log and production data in British Columbia, the Play Atlas has been developed through petrophysical interpretation of 400 key wells identified across the play. Using the Montney as an example, we’ll see how this innovative spatial analysis driven approach can define heterogeneity within pervasive unconventional reservoir systems and help quantify recovery potential across the play areas. The presentation will also look at how the approach can be used in other unconventional systems both in North America and emerging areas of unconventional exploration such as Australasia and Europe.

RISC_Montney Atlas Flyer

To register for the conference and view the latest agenda please visit the British Columbia Government website here.

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