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The workshop opened with a session on problems associated Distinguished Lecturer Maurice Dusseault, U. of Waterloo, with the management of this type of reservoir, particularly Ontario, Canada, toured the South Central and Eastern Europe condensate dropout and the challenges of producing multiple Region during March, lecturing to more than 400 members stacked reservoirs economically. Alain Gringarten, Imperial from the Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan-Aktau, Kazakhstan, Moscow, College, gave a review of the discussions and conclusions from and Nizhnevartovsk sections. During his presentation, an ATW on the same topic that was recently held in London. Dusseault reviewed new production technologies affecting the During a second session, participants examined techniques for Canadian oil industry--technologies that could be applicable the evaluation of well and reservoir properties through well testing worldwide--as well as case histories of each. Discussions centered on problems faced in the Cold Heavy Oil Production with Sand (CHOPS). Thousands of shallow wells in Canada produce from 30 to A recurrent theme throughout the workshop was the pivotal 300 BOPD of highly viscous oil along with 1 to 10% of the formation importance of accurate reservoir fluid data and the difficulty sand.