SPE Ecuador Section invites you to the 1st Distinguished Lecturer Conference 2020:
Coupling Downhole and Surface fluid Measurements to Reveal Fluids Distribution While Drilling
Distinguished Lecturer: Ilaria De Santo
Obtaining information on reservoir fluids distribution has always been of paramount importance for O&G Operator as this allows optimizing data acquisition and reducing uncertainties on well completion and field development. When production starts, being able to map differential depletion across the field becomes a complex task, as vertical and lateral reservoir heterogeneities and pressure support strategies might complicate the picture. Hence, complementing traditional pressure measurements with surface and downhole fluid analysis has become extremely important.
To expand the value of the first event of the year of the SPE Ecuador Section we will have an additional conference given by Zoriana Snovida - Senior Petrophysicist Schlumberger:
Local Examples of Integration Realtime Surface Formation Evaluation with LWD and Geosteering services for while drilling informed decisions
We present several examples from jobs done in Colombia and Ecuador, where advanced gas analysis and cutting XRD where integrated with logs obtained while drilling. This examples demonstrate how this integration improves petrophysical interpretation and fluids understanding, influence geosteering decisions and impact the completion design.
17h20 DL Conference
18h20 Schlumberger Presentation
19h00 Closing and Thanks
DATE: 16 of January, 2020
TIME: 16h30 to 18h30
PLACE: Holiday Inn Express Quito – Av. Orellana E6 - 54 y Reina Victoria
SPE Members: USD 10,00 bank transfer until January 15.
USD 15,00 cash the day of the event.
No Members: USD 20,00 bank transfer until January 15.
USD 25,00 cash the day of the event.
* The registration will be closed on Thursday, January 16 at 12h00
An Extra 45 Minutes Can Provide a World of Knowledge!
Ilaria De Santo, Schlumberger
Based between Houston (USA) and Milan (IT), Ilaria is Reservoir Fluids Geodynamic Advisor and Surface Formation Evaluation & Reservoir Business Development Manager for Schlumberger Drilling & Measurements HQ. With 20+ years’ experience in the first service oil company in the world, she combines a strong engineering background with a deep knowledge of the worldwide energy market and a solid experience in operations, sales, marketing and product development. She joined Schlumberger in 1998 and has worked in different roles in Italy, France, Algeria, Nigeria, UK and USA. After an extensive experience in the Wireline Formation Testing business, she is now worldwide responsible for Surface Formation Evaluation and Reservoir Business in Schlumberger Drilling & Measurement HQ. In her role, she is in charge of short, medium and long-term planning and development of new technologies, as well as worldwide development of business involving technologies for the exploration and development of both conventional and unconventional oil and gas resources. Ilaria holds an MSc degree in Geology from University of Pavia (IT), an MSc degree in Petroleum Engineering from Heriot-Watt University (Edinburgh, UK), a Global Executive MBA at Bocconi School of Management (Milan, IT), a Music Degree in Piano and a Music Degree in Harpsichord. She has co-authored 32 technical papers for major professional societies and 5 patents. Additionally, she was awarded several Gold and CEO & Schlumberger President Awards, as well as an SPE Formation Evaluation Regional Award (North Sea).
Zoriana has 15 years of experience working in the petroleum industry. She graduated from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology with Master degree in applied physics and math. She is senior Petrophysicist with Schlumberger currently holding LWD domain champion position. In this role, Zoriana is serving the clients in Colombia, Peru and Ecuador supporting the advanced LWD technologies and introduction of new technologies to the geomarket.