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57 Operationalizing Emissions Management

Wednesday, 5 October
370 A-C
Technical Session
The oil and gas industry is finding new and innovative ways to model, measure, repair and prevent emissions from oil, gas and storage operations. Emissions management has become a multi-disciplinary, collective way of working from modelling and permitting, to optimising operational efficiency and into full lifecycle wellbore integrity. This session examines how the different approaches across a project’s lifecycle to reduce and eliminate operational emissions.
Session Chairperson(s)
David Shackleton - Independent
Philippe Herve, VP of Solutions - PGNRG
Rebecca Schulz, Strategy Consultant - Shell
  • 1400-1425 210198
    Building The Permit For The First Carbon Storage Hub In The United States
    G.J. Koperna, D.E. Riestenberg, Advanced Resources Intl Inc; J. Leierzapf, Advanced Resources International, Inc.; R. Esposito, Southern Company; K. Gray, Southern States Energy Board; B. Roth, Advanced Resources Intl Inc
  • 1425-1450 210025
    Vaca Muerta Oil Production Facility Energy Efficiency Analysis
    A. Correnti, Shell Argentina S.A.; D. Alzate Lopez, ChampionX; C. Arze, Hytech; S. Gregorini, Pluspetrol; S. Frete, Shell Argentina S.A.; A. Heins, Consultant; C. Monzon, M. Asis, Shell Argentina S.A.
  • 1450-1515 210295
    A Deep Learning Optimization Framework For Geothermal Energy Production Based On Carbon Dioxide
    K. Katterbauer, Saudi Aramco PE&D; A. Qasim, A. Al Shehri, A. Al Sofi, Saudi Aramco
  • 1515-1540 210256
    Wellbore Integrity Impact On Carbon Leakage To Ensure Safe Geological Sequestration
    Y. Ning, A. Tura, Colorado School of Mines
  • 1540-1605 210008
    Lowering Carbon Foot-print By Increasing Operational Efficiency Using Adaptive Machine Learning
    A.P. Singh, S. Miller, M. Brinkley, Amazon Web Services
  • 1605-1630 209987
    Assessing The Underground Hydrogen Storage Potential Of Depleted Gas Fields In Northern California
    E.R. Okoroafor, T. Kim, N. Nazari, H.Y. Watkins, S. Saltzer, A.R. Kovscek, Stanford University