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Hydrocarbon Reservoir Imaging and Characterization-Issues and Challenges in Southeast Asia (Focusing on the Solutions)
29 November- 1 December
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Registration is Closed!
No On-Site Registration. The workshop has reached its capacity.
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- Registration is Closed
- Abstract Submission - CLOSED
25 October- Last day to make Hotel Reservations 29 October- Advanced Registration Deadline 19 November- Final Registration Deadline
We invite Geoscience professionals around the world to come to this workshop in beautiful, tropical Kuala Lumpur, which is known for its Twin Towers, shopping centers, exotic foods, and nearby sightseeing and historic places.
We will discuss the advances in the Geophysical Technologies, including the New Acquisition and Processing Technologies over the last 5-years, to solve the hydrocarbon-reservoir related imaging and characterization issues in the Southeast Asia. Geoscientists are encouraged to share their experiences in solving the following local issues:
- Imaging and characterization of deep offshore clastic HC-reservoirs in high temperature & pressure environments.
- Imaging and characterization of offshore clastic HC-reservoirs under Carbonate or Coal masking.
- Offshore basement-fracture reservoir imaging and characterization.
- Imaging and characterization of offshore HC-reservoirs in the presences of deep-water gas-hydrates and/or complex structural settings.
- Imaging and characterization of offshore clastic HC-reservoirs under shallow gas clouds.
- Thin-layer offshore clastic HC-reservoir imaging and characterization in the frequent presence of thin coal beds
- Imaging and characterization of offshore carbonate reservoirs in the presence of strong diagenetic effect.
- Registration: The registration fee is set at US$625.
- Hotel: Hotel rooms have been reserved at a rate of RM560.00 or approximately USD173.00 per night plus tax. Please fill out the housing form and return it to the Mandarin Oriental hotel by fax or email.
- Meeting Format: The meeting will comprise a mixture of poster and oral presentations. Delegates will have the opportunity to attend all posters during formal sessions and throughout the workshop. Oral presentations will complement the poster sessions. Experience of previous workshops is that discussion sessions are lively and wide-ranging: the proportion of delegates that actively participate is always high.
- Location: The meeting will be held at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Kuala Lumpur.
-Monday, 29 November — Registration Check-In and Ice Breaker Reception
-Tuesday, 30 November–Wednesday, 1 December — Technical Sessions and Poster Sessions
- Acceptance: Direct participation of all Workshop attendees is mandatory. Participation may be through poster, oral presentation or discussion contributions. Neither oral, nor poster presentations is a requirement to be accepted for registration. If the number of applicants exceeds the capacity of the conference facilities, then preference will be given to presenters.
Continuing Education Course - CANCELLED
Unfortunately, the course minimum was not met. Refunds will be issued to the people who registered.
SEG Professional Development is offering a post-workshop course on 2-3 December at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. The instructor will be Dr. Leon Thomsen. He will present his talk, “Understanding Seismic Anisotropy in Exploration and Exploitation: Hands On."
Visa information invitation letters
Participants in the SEG Workshop may generate an official invitation letter using the form below. This form will generate a letter which you can print and use in obtaining a visa.
For those whose company or organization is planning on sending more than one individual to the workshop, additional documentation may be required for scheduling an appointment with the local Malaysian embassy. If additional assistance is required, fill out a separate invitation letter for each individual requesting a visa using the form below. Each invitation letter has a unique reference number. Produce one cover letter listing all individuals requesting a visa. The letter must include the following information for each individual:
- passport number
- date and place of birth
- nationality as it appears on the passport
- reference number from the invitation letter
Fax these forms together with the cover letter printed on the group's official stationery to +1.918.497.5557, attention Visa Letter Assistance.
Please note that this letter does not guarantee that you will be granted a visa, nor does it commit SEG to pay any expenses you may incur. It is the sole responsibility of the attendee to obtain the necessary paperwork for entry into Malaysia.
If you have any questions about this form or the letter it generates, please send us an e-mail.
SEG meeting planner
Mr. Wisley Martins, Hess
M. Firdaus Halim, PRSB
Workshop Editor PETRONAS
Ms. Yang Fairuz, Schlumberger
Dr. Yamin Ali, PRSB
Mr. Shaidin Arshad, PRSB
Mr. Wan Ismail, UTP
Mr. Che Shaari, PMU
Mr. Low Cheng Foo, XD/PCSB
Mr. Russikin B. Ismail, XD/PCSB
Mr. Rizal Bakar, PE/PCSB
Mr. Awalludin B. Harun, MD/PCSB
M. Faizal Rahim, PRSB
Ms. Salbiah Sahad, PRSB
PSC Oil Companies @ K-L
Mr. Fariz Fahmi, ExxonMobil
M. Anwar Khan, Talisman
PSC Oil Companies @ K-L
Mr. Soo Khok Ping, CGGVeritas
Mr. Jesmee Zainal Rashid, PGS
Mr. Mark Sams, Fugro-Jason
Mr. Amri Amdan, Fugro-Jason
Mr. James Tomlinson, Ohm-RSI
Ms. Aleeya Brookes, Ikon Science
Ms. Leong Siew Fong, EMGS
Mr. Hakon T. Pedersen, EMGS
Mr. Mike Adams, Landmark, Halliburton
Dr. Arthur Cheng, SEG Executive Committee
Dr. Nader Dutta, Schlumberger, Houston