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Unconventional oil and gas have come to dominate the exploration and development scene in Western Canada since 2005, much as they have in the US. As usually happens with new play ideas and trends, appraisal and development have generated a broad spectrum of results in Canadian Unconventional plays. The Energy East Pipeline involves the conversion of an existing TransCanada gas pipeline to oil service, as well as the construction of 1500 km of new pipeline. With a capacity of 1.1 million B/D, it will eliminate the need to import foreign crude oil to refineries in Quebec and New Brunswick.
The SPE Unconventional Resources Conference is co-located with the SPE Heavy Oil Technical Conference, and the two conferences are sharing one exhibit floor. As an exhibitor, you can maximize your time by conversing with customers and potential clients from both the Heavy Oil and Unconventional Resources sector. Share your company’s unique expertise with a targeted group of experts. Acquire valuable sales leads and customer feedback. Payments should be made to our Canada office Space is assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.
SPE Canada is excited to bring together our two premier conferences, the Unconventional Resources Conference and the Heavy Oil Technical Conference, with a shared exhibit floor to maximize your industry exposure. Showcase your products and services to a knowledgeable audience of decision makers ready to see the latest technologies and techniques! Find products or services that will solve a problem or help you save money. Exhibit where the industry's top decision-makers are present. Discover everything you need to know to manage your booth.
Ten years ago, news reports frequently cited peak oil as a looming problem facing our world. Technology and innovation has since been developed that allows us to tap into rocks that were previously deemed impossible to extract oil from, reversing this trend. The Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin has been a leader in this movement with entrepreneurs using new technology to develop our resources in a safe and reliable way. Ten years ago, news reports frequently cited peak oil as a looming problem facing our world. Technology and innovation has since been developed that allows us to tap into rocks that were previously deemed impossible to extract oil from, reversing this trend.
Statoil’s board of directors proposed to change the name of the company to Equinor as of 16 March. The name change is intended to support the company’s strategy and development as a broad energy company. Aggressive Cost-Cutting: Is it Sustainable? Onshore development is increasing production, while investors demand greater operational efficiencies. Operators and service companies are striving to strike the balance between fiscal discipline and growing their production.
The decisions of Canada’s top court clarify when the duty to consult is triggered; confirmed that the Crown can discharge its duty to consult through the project approval process undertaken by the regulatory body; and illustrated how to, and how not to, discharge the duty. The Supreme Court of Canada has unanimously clarified several features of the crown’s duty to consult with and accommodate indigenous populations before project approvals are granted.
A shut-in subsea flowline is believed to be the source of the spill on Husky Energy’s SeaRose FPSO offshore Newfoundland and Labrador. The spill is believed to be the largest in the history of the Canadian province. The deal gives Equinor exploration parcels in the prolific Jeanne d’Arc Basin, near its existing discoveries offshore Newfoundland and Labrador.
Many advances have been made in in-situ recovery techniques in Canada over the past twenty years. This course will provide a general overview of current and emerging heavy oil recovery methods with emphases on field experiences in Alberta and steam assisted gravity drainage (SAGD). Participants will learn about the concepts, field development, reservoir performances, applicability, challenges, and issues of SAGD and various in-situ recovery methods, as well as reasons for the lower than expected performance of some of the SAGD projects. Knowledge gained will help participants decide if and how it can be applied to their own reservoirs. Many advances have been made in in-situ recovery techniques over the past twenty years.
The SPE Canada Unconventional Resources Conference: where E&P professionals came to learn the latest in technologies, challenges and solutions for developing and producing difficult reservoirs. A shared exhibit floor meant access to two target markets for the price of one exhibit booth. Instead of purchasing two sponsorships, one package reached two separate conferences.