Calgary, AB – December 6, 2018 – RGL is set to present four technical papers at the 2018 SPE International Heavy Oil Conference and Exhibition in Kuwait, one of the most prominent heavy-oil locations in the world. Engineering and BD Manager (GCC) Mohammad Kyanpour, PhD, P.Eng., alongside our University of Alberta counterparts, will be representing the company at the international conference and exhibition Dec. 10 through 12.
The conference expects more than 1,000 delegates to attend who share a common interest for economic optimization in heavy oil, and technical and business experiences in exploration, development, production, processing, and marketing of this resource.
RGL is committed to unlocking energy worldwide. This involves optimizing global heavy-oil operations, ongoing research aimed at advancing the body of knowledge related to sand and flow control solutions for heavy-oil operators. As a result, four papers at the conference detail the effort.
Design Optimization of Slotted Liner Completions in Cased and Perforated Wells: A Numerical Skin Model, A. Velayati, University of Alberta; M. Roostaei, RGL Reservoir Management Inc; V. Fattahpour, M. Mahmoudi, RGL reservoir Management Inc.; A. Nouri, University of Alberta; A.B. Alkouh, College of Technological Studies; B. Fermaniuk, RGL Reservoir Management; M. Kyanpour, RGL reservoir Management Inc. SPE-193670.
Evaluation of the Scaling Resistance of Different Coating and Material for Thermal Operations, V. Fattahpour, M. Mahmoudi, RGL Reservoir Management; M. Roostaei, M. Kyanpour, RGL Reservoir Management; A.B. Alkouh, College of Technological Studies; B. Fermaniuk, RGL Reservoir Management Inc. SPE-193730.
Risk Assessment in Sand Control Selection: Introducing a Traffic Light System in Stand-alone Screen Selection, M. Mahmoudi, V. Fattahpour, RGL reservoir Management Inc.; M. Roostaei, RGL Reservoir Management Inc; M. Kyanpour, RGL reservoir Management Inc.; B. Fermaniuk, RGL Reservoir Management; A.B. Alkouh, College of Technological Studies. SPE-193697.
Optimization of Outflow Control Devices Placement and Design in SAGD Wells with Trajectory Excursions, A. Sidahmed, A. Nouri, University of Alberta; M. Kyanpour, RGL Reservoir Management Inc.; S. Nejadi, University of Alberta; B. Fermaniuk, RGL Reservoir Management Inc. SPE-193773.
To view research papers, or any of RGL’s sand control initiatives, visit https://www.rglinc.com/r-d/whitepapers-research-articles/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
RGL Reservoir Management
RGL engineers and manufactures sand control and flow control products for highly challenging reservoirs. We use innovation andtechnology to build value for our customers by understanding their reservoirs and providing the right solution for long-term performance.