Event May, 2016

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Inamarine 2016

JIexpo Kemayoran Jakarta, Indonesia
May. 18 - May 20, 2016
Indonesian Sales Contact:
Meyra Sugandi (Project Manager)
Phone: +62 21 54358118
email: meyra@gem-indonesia.com

6th Annual Indonesia Independent Power Producer (IPP) Conference

Shangri-La Jakarta, Indonesia Indonesia
May. 18 - May 19, 2016
Organiser : Petromindo.com
Inquiries & Sponsorship
Ms. Defi : +62-21-7227692
Ms. Maya : +62-21-7226896
Fax: +62-21- 7226898;
Email: businessevents@petromindo.com
Website: http://www.petromindo.com

Conference Topics :
* Addition of new power plants; 35,000 MW program and beyond?
* Coal-fired power plants addition in Java; Java 5 and Java 6 updates
* Development of mine mouth power plant in Sumatra
* New scheme on direct selection and direct appointment
* Hydro tariff increase?
* South Sumatra HVDC updates
* Financing power project by ECA and multilaterals
* LNG/CNG power development; gas allocation policy for power generation
* Gas-peaker plants for depleting West Java?
* Nuclear power roadmap


SPE Forum Series: The Role of Geomechanics in Conventional and Unconventional Reservoir Performance and Management 22 - 24 May 2016 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


Geomechanics is now recognized as a significant contributing technology to the better understanding of asset performance in both conventional and unconventional resources. It plays a critical role from quantifying drilling risks of exploration wells to maximising recovery of difficult hydrocarbon resources and mature reservoirs. The range of geomechanics issues is wide and interfaces with many other disciplines (e.g., petrophysics, geophysics, production geology, drilling, production and reservoir engineering).


Wellbore Geomechanics is involved in managing hole stability while drilling, optimising sand control strategy and ensuring well completion integrity. Reservoir Geomechanics and large scale geological deformations over production and/or geologic times are important considerations in exploration, development and production operations. Examples include: Field development planning and integrity; depletion induced reservoir compaction and fault reactivation; and wells and formation integrity during HPHT and EOR operations.


Safe and effective field operation is built on the understanding of the subsurface in-situ stress state at all times, the quantification of key subsurface uncertainties through well thought-out data gathering and characterisation programs, the integration with appropriate geomechanics modeling and the field surveillance/monitoring strategy. Furthermore, the optimum application of advanced hydraulic fracture stimulation technology in unconventional reservoirs requires not only sound understanding of stress regime, but also natural fractures, rock mechanical parameters and fluid-driven fracture mechanics.


In this context, the Forum will focus on new reservoir challenges and how recent advances and emerging technologies in the area of Geomechanics can be applied.  The Forum will discuss topics related to : 

  • Geomechanics in Conventional and Unconventional Reservoirs
  • Advancement in Laboratory/Experimental Rock Mechanics
  • Advancement in Geomechanics Modelling
  • Seismic Geomechanics
  • Reservoir Geomechanics
  • Data Requirement and Acquisition
  • Well Placement/Planning Optimisation
  • Geomechanics of Hydraulic Fracturing
  • Completion Integrity
  • Life Cycle Field Modelling and Monitoring


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