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SPE International Symposium and Exhibition on

Damage Control

15­17 February 2012

Lafayette, Louisiana, USA Lafayette Hilton www.spe.org/events/fd

Formation

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Register for the most diverse symposium on formation damage issues.

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Welcome from the Chairperson

The 2012 SPE International Symposium and Exhibition on Formation Damage Control Organizing Committee and the SPE Evangeline Section invite you to Lafayette. It is the largest and most diverse symposium representing the latest technologies in preventing, diagnosing, and remediating formation damage. This year's program upholds the symposium's reputation as the oil and gas industry's foremost event devoted to formation damage issues, production operations, and completion technologies. At this symposium, you will · Learn from technical presentations covering a wide range of topics · Gain new insights into well productivity and longevity · Network with leading experts in completion, workover, and remediation technologies · Meet with colleagues from around the world · Hear viewpoints from industry, public, and financial officials who affect the E&P industry · Continue your education by attending a short course · Acquaint your asset team members with what is important in completion and production by bringing them with you to this event You will experience how the synergy of completion, reservoir engineering, formation evaluation, drilling, and production will affect the bottom line of your company operations.

Ali Ghalambor General Chairperson

About the Event

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Who Should Attend

· Completion Engineers · Drilling Engineers · Operations Engineers · Petroleum Engineers · Production Engineers · Reservoir Engineers · Research Engineers and Scientists · Chemists · Business Development Managers · Executives · Consultants · Educators

Topics Covered

· Formation Damage · Horizontal/Multilateral Drilling · Sand Control and Management · Well Stimulation · Injection Wells Damage Characterization · Damage Cost Assessment · Completion and Workover Fluids · Naturally Occurring Damage · Screening Criteria for Completions · Damage from Wellbore Fluids · Source and Magnitude Identification of Formation Damage · Water Control · Damage Characterization in Tight Sands and Shale Reservoirs · New Developments and Field Experiences

The Society of Petroleum Engineers is a not-for-profit organization. Income from this event will be invested back into SPE to support many other Society programs. When you attend, sponsor, or exhibit at an SPE event, you help provide even more opportunities for industry professionals to enhance their technical and professional competence. Scholarships, certification, the Distinguished Lecturer program, and SPE's energy education program Energy4me are just a few examples of programs that are supported by SPE.

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Committees

General Committee General and Program Chairperson Ali Ghalambor, Oil Center Research International Arrangements/Social Gregory Stutes, Completion Specialists Exhibits Glynn Williams, Marathon Oil Finance Marty Usie, Baker Hughes Housing Steve Smith, Halliburton Mech. Arrangements Ted Russell, Consultant Publicity/Marketing Mike Burger, Chevron Registration Steve St. Amand, Century Exploration Susan Fowler, Schlumberger Short Courses Toddy Guidry, Core Laboratories Program Committee Ali Ghalambor, Oil Center Research International, Chairperson Syed Ali, Schlumberger Mahmoud Asadi, Core Laboratories Pavel Bedrikovetsky, University of Adelaide Harold Brannon, Baker Hughes Alberto Casero, Eni Petroleum Michael Economides, University of Houston Jean-Noel Furgier, Total Alfred Jennings, Enhanced Well Stimulation Leonard Kalfayan, Hess Corporation Eddy Martch, Shell International E&P Carl Montgomery, NSI Technology Dave Norman, Chevron ETC Mehmet Parlar, Schlumberger Allan Twynam, BP Class Van Der Zwaag, Statoil

Schedule (as of 12 October 2011)

Sunday, 12 February 2012 Advanced Registration Monday, 13 February 2012 Short Course Registration Short Courses Tuesday, 14 February 2012 Short Course Registration Short Courses Registration Cajun Icebreaker Reception Author's Breakfast Registration Exhibits Technical Sessions Welcome Luncheon Technical Sessions Poster Session Welcome Reception Thursday, 16 February 2012 Author's Breakfast Registration Exhibits Technical Sessions Closing Luncheon Poster Session Technical Sessions Social Dine and Dance Friday, 17 February 2012 Open Forum Delta Screens On-Site Product Exhibit and Luncheon 0830­1200 1130­1400 0700­0800 0800­1700 0800­1700 0830­1130 1130­1330 1030­1400 1330­1630 1830­2200 0700­0800 0800­1700 1600­1900 1850­2030 0700­0800 0800­1700 0800­1700 0900­1200 1200­1400 1400­1700 1600­1830 1830­2030 0700­0800 0800­1700 1700­1900

Wednesday, 15 February 2012

Sponsors (as of 23 September 2011)

Diamond Sponsors

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Platinum Sponsors

Gold Sponsors

Silver Sponsor

Bronze Sponsor

Exhibitors (as of 24 October 2011)

Baker Hughes C&A, Inc. Carbo Corex Halliburton MI LLC OFI Testing Equipment, Inc. ProTechnics ­ Div. of Core Laboratories Schlumberger Senergy TBC-Brinadd Weatherford

Exhibit space still available!

Contact Glynn Williams at +1.713.296.3345 or [email protected] Contact Marty Usie at +1.337.237.4476 for instructions.

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Short Courses

Monday, 13 February 2012 1-Day Short Courses Coiled Tubing and its Applications Instructor: Ed Smalley Multiphase Pumping: Fundamentals to Field Applications Instructor: Hisham Saadawi Completion Fluids: Technology and Applications Instructor: Bill Foxenberg Perforating for Well Performance Instructor: Mark Brinsden Tuesday, 14 February 2012 1-Day Short Courses Introduction to Distributed Temperature Sensing Instructor: Jim Smolen Introduction to Underbalanced Drilling Instructor: Deepak Gala Sand Control Using FracPac Completion Technology Instructor: Dave Norman Overview of Well Stimulation Instructor: Alfred R. Jennings, Jr. Monday and Tuesday, 13­14 February 2012 2-Day Short Courses Intelligent Well Technology Instructor: Michael Konopczynski Understanding Inorganic Scaling: Mechanisms, Control, and Management Instructor: Gordon Graham Formation Damage Prevention Instructor: Michael Byrne Injectivity and PWRI: Laboratory Studies, Modeling and Well Behavior Prediction Instructors: P. Bedrikovetsky and P. Zitha Production Systems or Nodal Analysis for Well Design and Optimization Instructor: Hemanta Mukherjee

Technical Program

Wednesday, 15 February 0900 to 1200

Sand Control I

Session Chairpersons David Norman, Chevron Alison Foo, Halliburton This session will cover sand consolidation, horizontal well cleanup, and frac-pack experiences, as well as experimental work on soft rock fracturing. Wednesday, 15 February, 0900 to 1200

Damage in Tight Sands and Shales

Session Chairpersons Michael Economides, University of Houston Salvatore Luppina, Eni The effect of formation damage in tight sands and shale is often underestimated because of the assumptions that low rock permeability prevents deep invasion of damaging fluids and that large fracture conductivity is achievable with stimulation treatments. Nevertheless, it is because of such low permeability scenario and/ or largely over estimated fracture conductivity that formation damage has to be carefully addressed in this kind of reservoir. This session will provide new perspectives on how to prevent and evaluate the extent of formation damage, presenting field experiences and lab testing studies. Wednesday, 15 February, 0900 to 1200

Water Control

Session Chairpersons Mahmoud Asadi, ProTechnics Pacelli Zitha, Delft University of Technology Water production is economically challenging. This session covers the related problems and remedies.

Short course continental breakfast and lunch sponsored by

Technical Program (as of 7 October 2011)

Wednesday, 15 February, 1400 to 1700 Wednesday, 15 February, 1600 to 1830

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Well Stimulation

Session Chairpersons Syed Ali, Schlumberger Alberto Casero, BP Papers in this session explore HF/formic acid stimulation, numerical simulation of acidizing process, high temperature corrosion inhibitors, emulsified acid, nanofluid, asphaltene removal, and ecofriendly demulsifier. Wednesday, 15 February, 1400 to 1700

Poster I

Session Chairperson Ali Ghalambor, Oil Center Research International Poster sessions offer an interactive environment to promote valuable discussions. Thursday, 16 February, 0830 to 1130

Sand Control II

Session Chairpersons Mehmet Parlar, Schlumberger Mike Hecker, ExxonMobil This session will cover screen selection methodologies from laboratory testing and modeling standpoints, as well as the onset of sand production and gravel pack modeling. Thursday, 16 February, 0830 to 1130

Formation Damage I

Session Chairpersons Pavel Bedrikovetsky, University of Adelaide Claas Van Der Zwaag, Statoil This session will cover impairment due to fines migration, sulphate scaling, micro organisms, and induced rock stress. The papers present the formation damage prevention, removal, and mitigation. Wednesday, 15 February, 1400 to 1700

Drilling and Completions

Session Chairpersons Alfred Jennings, Enhanced Well Stimulation Carl Montgomery, NSI Technologies Drilling and completion fluids are the main source of induced formation damage. Using a proper approach in their selection and utilization is critical in preventing excessive formation damage. The papers in this session will address this issue, presenting how the damage occurs, and how it can be practically managed.

Carbonate Acidizing and Fracturing

Session Chairpersons Leonard Kalfayan, Hess Jakob Monberg, Maersk Oil With the proliferation of developments offshore, long horizontal and complex well completions, and more extreme temperature and pressure conditions, the challenges of maximizing success in carbonate stimulation are greater today than ever before. This session presents new insights in carbonate acid fracturing, challenging environments facing operational limitations, and case examples of custom and nonconventional stimulation approaches in different completion types.

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Technical Program (as of 7 October 2011)

Thursday, 16 February, 0830 to 1130 Thursday, 16 February, 1330 to 1630

Horizontal and Multilateral Wells

Session Chairpersons Michael Byrne, Senergy Jean Noel Furgier, Total Economical development of complex fields is often made possible by drilling horizontal and multilateral wells. Nevertheless, those wells require specific attention when it comes to productivity optimization. This session will discuss challenges and solutions dedicated to horizontal wells, and some field cases will be shown. Thursday, 16 February, 1330 to 1630

New Developments and Field Experiences

Session Chairpersons Eddy Martch, Shell Paul McElfresh, Frac Tech Services This session provides insight into novel solutions of issues related to wellbore displacements, scale inhibition techniques, removal of formation damage with nanotechnology, and mitigation of condensate banking. It will also cover improvement of waterflood sweep efficiency, evaluation of stimulation diversion via fiber optic technology, and the completion of ultrahigh-rate gas wells. Thursday, 16 February, 1030 to 1400

Well Stimulation II

Session Chairpersons Harold Brannon, Baker Hughes Lewis Ledlow, ConocoPhillips Papers within the session explore fracturing fluids and properties, new proppant applications, treating pressure interpretation, and a model for production optimization. Thursday, 16 February, 1330 to 1630

Poster II

Session Chairperson Ali Ghalambor, Oil Center Research International Poster sessions offer an interactive environment to promote valuable discussions.

Formation Damage II

Session Chairpersons Pavel Bedrikovetsky, University of Adelaide Allan Twynam, BP This session will cover impairment due to rock and proppant pack compression and stress, drilling fluids, micro organisms, and induced rock stress. The papers present formation damage prevention, removal, and mitigation.

Special Events

Cajun Icebreaker

Sponsored by

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Closing Luncheon Thursday, 16 February · 1130­1330

Sponsored by

This event will be held at the Lafayette Hilton from 1850 to 2030 hours on Tuesday, 14 February. Enjoy an evening with friends, hors d'oeuvres, and cocktails. Author's Breakfast

Sponsored by

Speaker: Jeff Spath, Vice President Industry and University Relations, Schlumberger Social Dine and Dance

Sponsored by

Authors: join us for breakfast from 0700 to 0800 hours on Wednesday, 15 February and Thursday, 16 February. Welcoming Luncheon Wednesday, 15 February · 1200­1400

Sponsored by

Come join us at Randol's Restaurant and Cajun Dance Spot from 1830 to 2200 on Thursday, 16 February for Cajun food, music, and dancing. Attendance is limited to the first 50 reservations. Delta Screens Demonstration and Cook-out

Lunch provided by

Speaker: Sam Whitney, Technical Services Manager, Shell Poster Sessions

Sponsored by

Delta Screens will have a display of their new sand control screen product line onsite at the Lafayette Hilton on Friday, 17 February from 1130 to 1400. An outdoor catfish fry and barbecue luncheon will be served. Open Forum So, You Think You Know How to Select Your Screen for Sand Control? Friday, 17 February · 0830­1200 Moderator: Mehmet Parlor, Schlumberger This interactive forum will open discussion on the controversial topic of screen selection for sand control. Representative and attendees will raise the issues of methodologies in sand retention testing, gaps in understanding, selecting the most effective technique for openhole sand control completions, and more. Live Broadcast The technical sessions will be available by internet connection to SPE sections outside the US. For arrangements, contact Ali Ghalambor at [email protected]

Network with colleagues and talk with authors while enjoying beer and peanuts from 1600 to 1830 hours on Wednesday, 15 February, and from 1030 to 1400 hours on Thursday, 16 February. Sessions are held in the Oaklawn & Rosedown rooms. Welcoming Reception

Sponsored by

"Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler!" Come pass a good time with an evening of food and fun at Lafayette's Vermilionville from 1830 to 2030 Wednesday, 15 February.

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Registration

Register now at www.spe.org/events/fd Register by 27 January and save USD 100 on full registration.

Conference participants can register online or by mail or fax. Advance registrants may pay in US dollars by check or credit card. Checks are acceptable from US bank checking accounts only and should be written for the amount of purchase only. SPE accepts American Express, Visa, MasterCard, and Diners Club credit cards. Payment can also be made by wire transfer; contact [email protected] for bank details.

Cancellation Deadline

To receive a full refund, all cancellations must be received in writing no later than 27 January. Cancellations made after 27 January will not be refunded. Send cancellation requests by email to [email protected]; by fax to +1.866.460.3032 (toll-free US/Canada) or +1.972.852.9292; or by mail to SPE Registration, PO Box 833836, Richardson, TX 75083.

How to Register:

· Online: www.spe.org/events/fd · Mail: Society of Petroleum Engineers 222 Palisades Creek Drive Richardson, TX 75080 · Fax: +1.972.852.9292 · Wire Transfer: [email protected] You may contact SPE at +1.972.952.9393 ext 216 or [email protected] to receive a printed registration form via mail, fax, or email.

Questions?

Contact us by email ([email protected]) or by phone (+1.972.952.9393, ext 216).

Copyright Information

All SPE sessions are protected by US copyright laws. Photography and video/ audio recording of any kind are strictly prohibited in the sessions and throughout the exhibition area.

Badge Pickup

All attendees may pick up their badges on-site beginning at 1600 hours on Tuesday, 14 February at the Registration area. Please be prepared to show photo ID (passport or driver's license) to pick up your conference badge.

Registration Prices

All prices listed in US dollars (USD). Registration Type Conference Member* Nonmember* Student (technical sessions only)** 650 750 Complimentary 750 850 By 27 January After 27 January

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* Full registration fees include technical sessions, luncheons, coffee breaks, and one copy of the Proceedings. ** Student registration fee does not include Proceedings or luncheons. Training Courses 1-Day Course Member Nonmember 2-Day Course Member Nonmember Additional Ticketed Items Proceedings (member/nonmember) Friday Forum (member/nonmember) Social Events Guest Ticket 75 175 50 820 895 895 970 650 725 725 800 By 27 January After 27 January Training courses are not included in the conference registration fee.

Accommodations

Rooms have been reserved for the SPE International Symposium on Formation Damage Control at the Lafayette Hilton and Towers. Visit www.spe.org/events/fd to make your housing arrangements online or call +1.337.235.6111. When calling, please identify yourself as part of the SPE group and ask for the group rate (USD 131 for a standard double room). To receive the group rate, reservations must be made by 11 February 2012.

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SPE International Symposium and Exhibition on

Damage Control

Formation

15­17 February 2012

Lafayette, Louisiana, USA Lafayette Hilton www.spe.org/events/fd

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