Lagos Chapter Technical Meetings

Lagos Chapter Technical Meetings (46)

Technical Meeting E Poster for August 2018 Lagos

The Lagos August Technical/Business meeting was held Wednesday August 15th, 2018 at the Grand Ballroom of Eko Hotels & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos.The well attended meeting was sponsored by Seplat and the speaker was Ebere Benard.

Technical Meeting E Poster for July 2018 Lagos

The Lagos July Technical/Business meeting was held on Wednesday July 11, 2018 at Eko Hotels & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos. The speaker of the well attended meeting was Dag Helland-Hansen, the Global Exploration Advisor at EMGS.

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Technical Meeting E Poster for June 2018 Lagos

The Lagos June Technical/Business Meeting was held on Wednesday June 20, 2018 at the Grand Ball room of Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island.  The meeting was sponsored by IHS Markit with the presence of IHS representatives who delivered presentation on the topic “Recovering Oil Exploration in Nigeria and Gulf of Guinea: What Company, Basin, Country to look at?” In their presentation they reviewed the entire basins in West Africa and provided locations of prolific hydrocarbon prospectivity. A few companies that are currently selling percentage of their interest in Nigeria were mentioned, top on the list was Petrobras. Also it was stated that all the four majors will be divesting some of their assets by next year. Strategic partnership was recommended as best approach to successfully acquire new assets and manage them profitably. They also show-cased the value and a demo of their high-impact reserve estimation and asset evaluation software for new ventures.

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Technical Meeting E Poster for 18April 2018 Lagos

The Lagos April Technical/Business meeting was held on Wednesday April 18, 2018 at the Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos. The meeting was sponsored by Chevron. The speaker of the meeting was Saul Moros-Leon. The topic of his presentation was “Reservoir Characterization Workflows in the Digital Era: The Successful Journey of the Sonam Field Development project”. His presentation showcased the successful integration of core data, seismic, well logs and pressure data to characterize reservoirs of the Sonam Field, located in Western Niger Delta. The dominant depositional environment identified was within brackish water estuaries to continental upper slope with major sand development at the shelf-edge. Several transgressive – regressive cycles were identified and used to create stratigraphic framework. The reservoirs are of the Oligocene to Miocene age with significant gas discoveries/accumulation.

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