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2005 SPE Latin American and Caribbean Petroleum Engineering Conference

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Monday, 20 June, 1400 to 1500 OPENING CEREMONY

Monday, 20 June, 1500 to 1630 PANEL 1: THE ROLE OF THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY IN THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT OF LATIN AMERICA
Focus: 1. How can the petroleum industry contribute to change some energy-dependent economies in Latin America and the Caribbean into stable and socially developed countries? Some issues: Increasing the flexibility of response, promoting a wide range of products, and growth with social responsibility. 2. Is the industry underinvesting its cash assets, and are opportunities constrained in Latin America and the Caribbean? Are the rising oil and gas prices having an impact in Latin America and the Caribbean, and are they commensurate with investments in the petroleum industry? 3. The dynamic management of the countries and companies petroleum-assets portfolios and their ability to obtain a rapid response to emerging global or local issues.

Tuesday, 21 June, 0830 to 1030 INTELLIGENT FIELDS Michael R. Konopczynski, WellDynamics Inc. Session Chairpersons: Sergio F. Silva, Baker Hughes Inc.
0830 0900 0930 1000 Alternate 94982 Temperature Behavior in Multilateral WellsApplication to Intelligent Well A. Romero, D. Zhu, A.D. Hill, Texas A&M U. 95129 95056 94838 94851 The Challenge of Federation of Information for Automated Surveillance of ESPs: Field Examples B.C. Theuveny, A. Kosmala, C.D. Cosad, F. Pulido Fernandez, P.P. Destarac, Schlumberger Reservoir-Based Benefits Analysis Demonstrates Value of Intelligent Completions in Latin America B. Cabrera, Repsol YPF; S.A. Sakowski, A.B. Anderson, Baker Oil Tools Applications of Experimental Design in Reservoir Management of Smart Wells T.E. Esmaiel, Delft U. of Technology Evaluating Intelligent-Well-System Requirement for an Offshore Field Development A.A. Ajayi, M.R. Konopczynski, WellDynamics Inc.

Tuesday, 21 June, 0830 to 1030 ARTIFICIAL LIFT Francisco J.S. Alhanati, C-FER Technologies Session Chairpersons: Mauricio G. Prado, U. of Tulsa
0830 0900 94800 94959 Gas Segregation in Turning Flows: Analogy With a Gas Handler A. De Matos, Petrobras; F.D. Franca, State U. of Campinas 3D-CFD Simulation of ESP Rotary Gas-Separator Performance Under Two-Phase-Flow Condition L.J. Suarez, F. Kenyery, M. Azuaje, U. Simon Bolivar; M.A. Pena, PDVSA Intevep
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Transient Two-Phase-Flow Model for Predicting Column Formation in Intermittent Gas Lift Systems S. Sandoval, PDVSA Intevep; L.R. Rojas-Solorzano, S. Gasbarri, U. Simon Bolivar VASPS Rig Intervention and Restart of the Operation at Campos Basin G.D. Peixoto, G.A. Ribeiro, P.A. Barros, M.A. Meira, Petrobras; T.M. Barbosa, North Fluminense State U.

Tuesday, 21 June, 0830 to 1030 SEISMIC Philippe M. Doyen, CGG Session Chairpersons: Paulo R. Johann, Petrobras
0830 0900 0930 1000 Alternate 94962 Identification of Water-Bearing Layers With Resistivity Image Logs C.H. Naides, Petrobras Energia S.A.; J.M. Paris, Baker Atlas 94905 94395 94650 94918 Challenges of 4D-Seismic in the Reservoir Management of Marlim Field, Campos Basin N. Ribeiro, D.E. Steagall, R.M. Oliveira, L. Formiga P. Kerber; M.J. Jaeger, Petrobras An Integrated 3D-Seismic Exploration Method for Fractured Reservoirs in Tight Gas Sands J.J. Reeves, GeoSpectrum Inc. Use of Quantitative 4D-Seismic Data in Automatic History Match R.C. Portella, A.A. Emerick, Petrobras Value of Information for a 4D-Seismic Acquisition Project P.R. Ballin, G.S. Ward, C.V. Whorlow, T. Khan, BP Trinidad & Tobago LLC

Tuesday, 21 June, 0830 to 1030 WATER MANAGEMENT Long X. Nghiem, Computer Modelling Group Ltd. Session Chairpersons: Farid S. Shecaira, Petrobras
0830 0900 0930 1000 94704 93885 94352 94941 The Impact of Injection With Fracture Propagation During Waterflooding Process A.L.S. Souza, P.D. Fernandes, R.A. Mendes, A.J. Rosa, C.J.A. Furtado, Petrobras Well-History-Based Prediction of Injectivity Decline (Accounting for Oil/Water Mobility Variation During Waterflooding) P.G. Bedrikovetsky, D.R. Fonseca, M.J. Da Silva, Norte Fluminense State U.; A. Siqueira, A.L. Serra de Souza, C.A. Furtado, Petrobras Case-History Evaluation of RPMs on Conformance Fracturing Applications J.A. Dos Santos, Petrobras; R.B. De Melo, G.F. Di Lullo, BJ Services Co. Successful Examples of Mature Waterflood-Project Revitalization M.A.F.S. Doria, A.W. Silva, C.A. Franco, M.S. Batista, J.A. Calasans, Petrobras

Tuesday, 21 June, 1045 to 1215 PANEL 2: UPSTREAM BUSINESS REGULATION IN LATIN AMERICA
Focus: 1. Concession regime and production sharing agreements: How to ensure conservation of petroleum resources. 2. Taxation: How to ensure competitiveness. 3. Opportunities for sharing regulatory experiences among Latin American Regulators.

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Tuesday, 21 June, 1400 to 1715 DRILLING Ricardo J. Bernardo, Petrobras Session Chairpersons: Shiniti Ohara, Shell Brazil E&P
1400 1430 1500 1530 1545 1615 1645 A Methodology to Evaluate the Gas Migration in Cement Slurries G. Vazquez, A.M. Blanco, A.M. Colina, PDVSA Intevep Well-Control Aspects Regarding Slender-Well Drilling With Surface and Subsea BOP C. 94852 Avelar, S. Ohara, Shell Brazil E&P; O.L. Santos, Petrobras; P.R. Ribeiro, State U. of Campinas Cost-Effective Drilling-Optimization Technologies in Campos Basin P. Paes, Halliburton 94785 Sperry-Sun; A.F. Aragao, R.S. Felicissimo, Petrobras; D.C. Chen, Halliburton Sperry-Sun Coffee Break Drill-Bit Catalog and Bit Index: A New Method for Bit Performance Evaluation P. Macini, 94798 M. Magagni, U. of Bologna; P. Valente, Eni SpA 94980 Use of Quantitative Risk Analysis for Uncertainty Quantification on Drilling Operations Review and Lessons Learned J.C. Cunha, B. Demirdal, P. Gui, U. of Alberta Wireline Replacement in Pilot Wells by LWD Tools Including Formation Testers C.R. 95099 Tigre, G. Rafainer, Halliburton Energy Services Group 94901

Tuesday, 21 June, 1400 to 1715 COMPLETION (SAND CONTROL) Flavio D. De Moraes, Petrobras Session Chairpersons: Saul Plavnik, Halliburton Energy Services Group
1400 1430 1500 1530 1545 1615 1645 A Quantum Leap in Horizontal Gravel-Pack Technology A. Mendez, J.A. Curtis, B.A. Evans, R. Farias, BJ Services Co. Sand Management of Ultrahigh-Rate Gas Wells C.J. Balgobin, BP Trinidad & Tobago LLC 94896 Interface Management for Subsea Sand-Control-Completion Systems T.W. Crumrine, 94937 R.N. Nelson, C.M. Cordeiro, M.D. Loudermilk, C.A. Malbrel, Baker Oil Tools Coffee Break 94753 The Importance of the Stimulation Vessels in the Brazilian Offshore Basins: History of Technological Evolution R.S. Torres, F.M. Prata, BJ Services Co. 94583 First Applications of a Multiple Fracturing Method in Noncemented Horizontal Offshore Wells V.F. Rodrigues, P.D. Fernandes, M.A. Rosolen, M.L. Franco, L.F. Neumann, C.B. Lima, Petrobras; J.B. Surjaatmadja, C.G. Miranda, F.A. Carneiro, Halliburton Services Ltd. 95061 CO2-Energized Hydrocarbon Fracturing Fluid: History and Field Application in Tight Gas Wells D.V. Gupta, T.T. Leshchyshyn, BJ Services Co. 94945

Tuesday, 21 June, 1400 to 1715 RESERVOIR MANAGEMENT Anelise Q. Lara, Petrobras S.A. Session Chairpersons: Jorge R. Lorenzon, Petrobras Energia S.A.
1400 1430 1500 1530 1545 95064 Production Enhancement for a Northern Mexico Field Well Resulting From Flowback Evaluations Using Chemical Frac Tracers: A Case History A.L. Hurtado, Pemex; M. Asadi, R.A. Woodroof, ProTechnics; D.D. Casas, R. Morales, O Jeito S.A. de C.V. Guando Field: Underpressured-Field Development O.H. Valbuena, L.C. De Freitas, H.P. 94569 Gomes, J.R. Pereira, Petrobras Comparison of Techniques for Risk Analysis Applied to Petroleum-Field Development 94806 E.L. Ligero, M.G. Madeira, D.J. Schiozer, State U. of Campinas Coffee Break Effective Reservoir Management of Thin Oil Rims K. Samsundar, R.S. Moosai, R.A. 94803
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Chung, BP Trinidad & Tobago LLC Reservoir Study V9 of El Furrial Field, Venezuela L.M. Acosta, E. Marin, E. Labastida, J.A. Bello, J.G. Jimenez, PDVSA; P.M. Cordoba, J.C. Pascual, G. Auxiette, Y. Gou, B.N. Thorsen, Beicip-Franlab Planning EOR Projects in Offshore Oil Fields P.L. Bondor, BonTech; J.R. Hite, Business Fundamentals Group; S.M. Avasthi, Avasthi & Assocs. Inc.

Tuesday, 21 June, 1400 to 1715 SPECIAL SESSION: MATURE FIELDS Carlos Holleben, Petrobras Session Chairpersons: Pedro Grijalba, Petrobras
1400 1430 1500 1530 1545 1615 1645 Mature vs. UnknownWhere Are We Really: An Ecuadorean Field Case J.L. Ziritt, Petro Ecuador Mature Field Practical Application Jorge Manrique, Knowledge Reservoir N/A Operation of Mature Fields in Mexico Herber Cinco Ley, Pemex N/A Coffee Break 97637 Integrated Reservoir Management for Life Extension of a Mature and Marginal Oil Field Talara Basin, Peru S. Yesquen, J.L. Carro, Petrobras; L. Lopez, Petrobras Energia Peru Cerro Dragon: A Rich Case in Multiple Experiences Alberto Gil, Pan American Energy N/A N/A Revitalization of Fields With High Degree of Exploitation: The Challenge of One Company Carlos R. Holleben, Petrobras 97636

Tuesday, 21 June, 1500 to 1800 POSTER I Sergio A.B. Fontoura, Catholic U. of Rio de Janeiro Session Chairperson:
DRILLING AND COMPLETION Dynamic Mudcake-Removal Evaluation Under Annulus Hydrodynamic Conditions J.L. 95058 Robles, M.A. Criado, E.L. Jensen, W. Morris, San Antonio-Pride HEAVY OIL 94855 Analytical Modeling of 1D n-Component Miscible Displacement of Ideal Fluids A.P. Pires, P.G. Bedrikovetsky, North Fluminense State U.

FLOW ASSURANCE AND ARTIFICIAL LIFT Production Control Through Main-Wells Telemetry G. Distefano, A.M. Pioli, Petrobras 94807 Energia S.A. 94515 Gel-Volume Optimization in Water Conformance Applying Risk and Uncertainty Analysis S.A. Caicedo, PDVSA Intevep; B.I. Del Conte, U. de Oriente; M. Prado, PDVSA Intevep 94946 Assessment of Intermittent Gas Lift Performance Through Simultaneous and Coupled Dynamic Simulation C.O. Carvalho, Federal U. of Ceara; S.N. Bordalo, State U. of Campinas HSE 94968 94523 A Dynamic Evaluation Tool of Well-Construction Safety K. Miura, Petrobras; C.K. Morooka, J.R.P. Mendes, State U. of Campinas; I.R. Guilherme, U. of Sao Paulo A New Inhibitive Water-Based Fluid: A Completely Cationic System R.S. Rosa, A. Rosa, S.B. Farias, M.H. Garcia, A.S. Coelho, Poland Quimica Ltda.

Wednesday, 22 June, 0830 to 1030 SPECIAL SESSION: NEW TECHNOLOGIES FOR ULTRADEEP WATER Kazuioshi Minami, Petrobras Session Chairpersons:
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Jacques B. Salies, Petrobras


0830 0900 0930 1000 97375 97376 97378 97377 Application of Subsea O/W Separation: Main Drives and Challenges M.W. de Figueiredo, Petrobras Subsurface Buoy Configuration for Rigid Risers in Ultradeep Water R. Franciss, Petrobras Technological Challenges for the Development of Ultradeep Water Fields J.B. Salies, Petrobras The SSP-300: An Alternative for the Oil Industry A. Smedal, K. Syvertsen, Sevan Marine A/S; C.A. Lopes, Sevan Marine do Brasil Ltda.

Wednesday, 22 June, 0830 to 1030 FLOW ASSURANCE, MULTIPHASE FLOW, AND FACILITIES Ibere N. Alves, Petrobras Session Chairpersons: Katherine L. Greenhill, ChevronTexaco ETC
0830 0900 0930 1000 88900 94673 94821 94655 Separator Profiling: Kuito FPSO Case Study R.P. Lees, Tracerco Experimental Analysis of Swirl Tubes as Downhole Desander Device J.A. Martins, E.S. Rosa, State U. of Campinas; R. Souza, Petrobras Evaluation of Polymeric Phosphoric Ester-Based Additives as Wax Deposition Inhibitors D.O. Gentili, Federal U. of Rio de Janeiro; C.N. Khalil, N.O. Rocha, Petrobras; E.F. Lucas, Federal U. of Rio de Janeiro Introduction of a Dual-Cell Depurator for FPSO ApplicationTheory to Practice C. Rivet, ChevronTexaco North America Upstream; S. Movafaghian, J. Chen, Petreco Intl. Inc.

Wednesday, 22 June, 0830 to 1030 FORMATION EVALUATION Alvaro F. Negrao, Repsol YPF Session Chairpersons: Alvaro M. Peres, Petrobras
0830 0900 0930 1000 94860 94693 94952 94963 Integrated Downhole Fluid-Identification Applications for Complex Reservoir Development P. Ferraris, A.J. Carnegie, Schlumberger Influence of Sodium/Potassium Formate-Based Drilling Fluids on Nuclear Logs A.A. Al-Harbi, H. Ersoz, S.H. Abdrab Alreda, Saudi Aramco Local Experiences Obtained During Appraisal of Heavy and Viscous Oil in Deep Water W.S. Barreto, Schlumberger Utilizing Mini-DST for Formation Evaluation A.C. Decnop Coelho, C.D. Camargo, E.T. Kato, V.M. Legrand, Petrobras

Wednesday, 22 June, 0830 to 1030 GAS PRODUCTION Fernando A. Borges, Petrobras Session Chairpersons: Kasarie Singh, Petrotrin
0830 0900 0930 1000 95117 93241 94805 94820 Analysis of Long-Term Behavior in Tight Gas Reservoirs: Case Histories J.A. ArevaloVillagran, T.A. Gutierrez-Acosta, N. Martinez-Romero, Pemex E&P Gasflood-Flow Pattern Evaluation: Mesozoic Chiapas-Tapasco Basin Field Revisited M. Mercado, B. Martinez, Pemex; M. Asadi, ProTechnics; D.R. Casas, O Jeito S.A. de C.V. The Value of Permanent Downhole Pressure Surveillance in the Amherstia/Parang Field, Offshore Trinidad K. Baksh, BP Trinidad & Tobago LLC Reservoir Surveillance in Gas Reservoirs, Offshore Trinidad S.T. Jemmott, BP Trinidad & Tobago
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Tuesday, 21 June, 1045 to 1215 PANEL 3 NEW E&P OFFSHORE OPPORTUNITIES IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN
Focus: 1. The new provinces of offshore E&P provide significant opportunities to enhance oil and gas reserves in Latin America and the Caribbean. 2. How should the petroleum industry work to explore potentially huge but risky deepwater oil and gas reserves that are crucial to the future development of Latin America and the Caribbean? 3. The role of new technologies in the Latin American and Caribbean E&P offshore business.

Wednesday, 22 June, 1400 to 1715 WELLBORE STABILITY AND ROCK MECHANICS Shiniti Ohara, Shell Brazil E&P Session Chairpersons: Adolfo Polillo, Petrobras
1400 1430 1500 Quantitative Sand-Production Prediction: Friction-Dominated Flow Model P. Cerasi, E. Papamichos, J.F. Stenebraten, SINTEF Petroleum Research 3D Analysis for Wellbore Stability: Reducing Drilling Risks in Oriente Basin, Ecuador 94758 M.E. Torres, M. Frydman, Schlumberger; D.J. Casalis, Petrobras Energia S.A.; A. Ramirez, M.F. Leon C., Schlumberger; E. Villalba, Petrobras Energia Ecuador 94919 In-Situ Stress Determination Based Upon Borehole Imaging and Rock-Sample Analyses: A Comparison With Anelastic Strain Recovery (ASR), Acoustic Velocity, and Acoustic Tomography M. Bloch, S.S. Freitas, M. Socorro, Petrobras; J.A. Soares, Federal U. of Rio de Janeiro; C.J. Bacelar, Petrobras Coffee Break 94908 Optimization of Drilling Well Stage Using a Pressure Profile 3D Model in Cantarell Field, Gulf of Mexico J. Delgado, Halliburton Energy Services Group; R. Sanseviero, GS Petrophysical Services; R. Zepeda, F. Calderon B., A. Lopez, J. Morales, Pemex 94769 A Methodology for Drilling Through Shales in Environments With Narrow Mud-Weight Window (MWW) E.M. Araujo; S.A. da Fontoura, J.S. Pastor, Catholic U. of Rio de Janeiro 94732 Integrated Management of the Safe-Operating Window: Wellbore Stability Is More Than Just Fluid Density T. Hemphill, Halliburton Baroid 94791 94768 Rock-Drilling Fluid Interaction Studies on the Diffusion Cell E.S. Muniz, S.A. da Fontoura, Catholic U. of Rio de Janeiro; R.F. Lomba, Petrobras

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Wednesday, 22 June, 1400 to 1715 HEAVY OIL Luciane Bonet-Cunha, U. of Alberta Session Chairpersons: Wagner L. Trindade, Petrobras
1400 1430 1500 1530 94863 Reservoir Study Considering a TLP and Dry-Completion Development for a Deep Offshore Heavy-Oil Field C.C. Branco, R.A. Santos, A.M. Peres, F. Prais, I.A. Pinto, Petrobras Recent In-Situ Oil RecoveryTechnologies for Heavy- and Extraheavy-Oil Reserves L. 94986 Bonet-Cunha, J.C. Cunha, U. of Alberta Twenty Years of Steam Injection in Heavy-Oil Fields J.C. de Souza, D.F. da S. Cursino, 94808 K.G. de O. Padua, Petrobras Coffee Break
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94490 94837 94786

Integrated Petrophysical Approach Fast-Tracks Development and Results From a Heavy-Oil Reservoir in Trinidad B.S. Sinanan, Petrotrin Rigorous Approach for Viscous-Oil Productivity Forecast Before Well Completion C.A. De Andre, Petrobras; J.A. Canas, S. Low, Schlumberger Role of Asphaltene in Foamy-Oil Flow I. Adil, B.B. Maini, U. of Calgary

Wednesday, 22 June, 14:00 to 17:15 RESERVOIR SIMULATION Long X. Nghiem, Computer Modelling Group Ltd. Session Chairpersons: Antonio C.C. Pinto, Petrobras
14:00 14:30 15:00 15:30 15:45 16:15 Novel Ways of Parameterizing the History-Matching Problem F.T. Pacheco, J.R. Rodrigues, P.L. Paraizo, R.K. Romeu, A.M. Peres, R.M. Oliveira, I.A. Pinto, Petrobras; C. Maschio, State U. of Campinas 94845 Advanced Risk-Analysis Approach for Optimization of a Water-Injection Program: Illustration on a Brazilian Field Case E. Manceau, M.D. Feraille, I. Zabalza-Mezghani, Inst. Francais du Petrole; R.C. Portella, L.C. Reis, Petrobras 94856 Compositional Modeling of Gas-Condensate Reservoirs in Multimechanistic Flow Domains L.F. Ayala, T. Ertekin, M.A. Adewumi, Pennsylvania State U. Coffee Break Impact of Simplifications in Risk Assessment and Decision-Making Process A.A. Costa, 94938 Petrobras; D.J. Schiozer, State U. of Campinas 94815 Streamline-Based Global History Matching for Geological-Modeling Calibration Application to a Giant Fluvio-Lacustrine Sandstones Reservoir Field M.B. Galacho, P.A. Vazquez, MG&A Oil & Gas; V.H. Paci, Perez Companc; G. Fernandez, C.N. Canosa, Petrobras Energia S.A. 94804 Risk Analysis in the Determination of the Best Exploitation Strategy Using a Calibrated Reservoir-Simulation Model W.J. Acosta, T.J. Mata, Production Teams Inc. 94875 94746 94882 Use of Streamlines and Quality Map in the Optimization of Production Strategy of Mature Oil Fields M.S. Guimaraes, D.J. Schiozer, C. Maschio, State U. of Campinas Development and Application of Methodology for Assisted History Matching C. Maschio, D.J. Schiozer, State U. of Campinas

16:45 Alternates

Wednesday, 22 June, 100 to 1715 MATURE FIELDS Heber Cinco Ley, Pemex Session Chairpersons: Alberto S. de Almeida, Petrobras
1400 1430 1500 1530 1545 1615 1645 94733 94934 94898 94940 94723 94987 An Efficient Reservoir-Simulation Approach To Design and Optimize Improved Oil-Recovery Processes With Distributed Computing J. Zhang, M. Delshad, K. Sepehrnoori, G.A. Pope, U. of Texas at Austin Biotechnology Applications to EOR in Talara Offshore Oil Fields, Northwest Peru M.A. Maure, Microbes Inc.; A.A. Saldana, A. Ramirez J., Petro-Tech Peruana S.A. Evaluation of Polymer-Injection Projects in Brazil M.A. De Melo, C.R. Holleben, I.G. da Silva, A. de B. Correia, G.A. da Silva, J. Rosa, A.G. Lins, J.C. de Lima, Petrobras Coffee Break Step Change in Reservoir Simulation Breathes Life Into a Mature Oil Field M.J. Kromah, J.J. Liou, D.G. MacDonald, BP plc Alternative Material-Balance and 1D-Flux Simulation Applied To Expedite Analysis of Mature Fields J.R. Peron, Petrobras Beating the Marginal Well Performance in a Mature Field: San Francisco Field in Colombia A.F. Suarez, Hocol S.A.; W. Gaviria, Schlumberger; J. Pavas, Hocol S.A.; M.D.
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Frorup, Schlumberger Alternate 94817 New Opportunities in an Exploitation Area: Maria Ines Field, Austral Basin, Argentina F.E. Gutierrez, L.L. Saccavino, M.J. Cagnolatti, C.A. Echevarria, Petrobras Energia S.A.

Wednesday, 22 June, 1500 to 1800 POSTER II Virgilio J.M. Ferreira, Federal U. of Rio de Janeiro Session Chairpersons:
RESERVOIR ENGINEERING 95060 Detailed 3D-Seismic Interpretation Using HFI Seismic Data, Fault Throw, and Stress Analysis for Fault Reactivation in the Cogollo Group, Lower Cretaceous, Urdaneta West Field, Maracaibo Basin M.A. Galarraga, Shell Venezuela S.A.; B. Hansen, Eriksfiord A/S Application of CHI Modeling Using Pulsed Neutron To Create Pseudo-Openhole Logs S. 94716 Reed, J.A. Quirein, J.P. Torne, Halliburton Energy Services Group; M. Morales, J. Bernal, M. Perez, M. Casares, Pemex RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION Influence of Sodium/Potassium Formate-Based Drilling Fluids on Nuclear Logs A.A. 94693 Al-Harbi, H. Ersoz, S.H. Abdrab Alreda, Saudi Aramco Geochemistry Characterization and Continuity Studies in a Carbonate Cuban Field Z. 94426 Dominguez Sardinas, O. Pascual, J.O. Lopez, C. Laffita, N. Om Tapanes, Ceinpet-Cupet Reservoir Representation for Flow Simulation R.K. Romeu, L. Paraizo, M.A. Moraes, C.B. 94735 Lima, M.R. Lopes, A.T. Silva, Petrobras; J.R. Rodrigues, F.T. Pacheco, M.A. Cardoso, Petrobras; M.C. Damiani, ESSS Compositional Simulation of Fluid-Flow Coupled Stress-Sensitive Reservoirs Y. 94929 Benavides Bello, G.A. Maya, J.G. Osorio, Natl. U. of Colombia 94780 Evaluation of Production Potential Using Neural-Network Modeling Techniques: Comodoro Rivadavia and Mina El Carmen Intervals in the El Tordillo Field, Argentina H.D. Marin, D. Valencio, E. Muruaga, Tecpetrol S.A.; R.F. Shelley, F. Sorenson, J.L. Tiffin, Halliburton Energy Services Group 94978 Case History of Breaking a Paradigm: Improvement of an Immiscible Gas-Injection Project in Buracica Field by Water Injection at the Gas/Oil Contact U. de R.A. Lino, Petrobras GAS 94840 Development of an Optimization/Economic Model for Virtual Gas Pipelines A. de Sa Neto, V.M. Ferreira, Federal U. of Rio de Janeiro; R.G. Moulin, C. Fuiza, Visagio Consultants

RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION Selecting X-Ray Energy Levels for Three-Phase Saturation Measurements A.S. Lackner, 95098 Norwegian U. of Science & Technology; G. Haaskjold, Hydro ASA; O. Torsaeter, Norwegian U. of Science & Technology 95087 Uncertainty Modeling of the Gas Volume of Manati Field: Methodology for Taking Into Account a Stochastic Unconformity P. Saldanha, M.C. Monteiro, Petrobras; P. Goncalves, Earth Decision Sciences

Thursday, 23 June, 0830 to 1030 DRILLING FLUIDS Alvaro Cintra, Petrobras Session Chairpersons: Ingo Glaser, M-I Swaco
0830 94889 Significant Results in Field Trials (Argentina) of an Electronically Controlled Automatic
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Drilling System M.D. Fernandez, D. Ibanez, Petrolera Entre Lomas S.A.; D.G. Storey, Pason DGS S.A. Dynamics of Fluid Substitution While Drilling and Completing Long Horizontal-Section Wells E.S. Dutra, Catholic U. of Rio de Janeiro; A.L. Martins, C.R. Miranda, A.F. Aragao, G. Campos, Petrobras; P.S. Mendes, M.F. Naccache, Catholic U. of Rio de Janeiro Shallow-Gas Shutoff Using Rigid Polymer Gel in Lake Maracaibo, Venezuela J.F. Hurtado, A. Milne, Schlumberger; E. Olivares, PDVSA Aluminum-Based HPWBM Successfully Replaces Oil-Based Mud To Drill Exploratory Wells in an Environmentally Sensitive Area M.A. Ramirez, D.K. Clapper, G. Sanchez, E. Luna, Baker Hughes; O.E. Preciado, J. Santamaria, Petrobras Colombia Ltd.

Thursday, 23 June, 0830 to 1030 FIELD DEVELOPMENT AND AUTOMATION Cesar J.M. Del Vecchio, Petrobras Session Chairpersons: Marcius Ferrari, Aker Kvaerner
0830 0900 0930 1000 94705 93950 94989 95046 Produced Water Reinjection in Petrobras Fields: Challenges and Perspectives C.J.A. Furtado, A.G. Siqueira, A.L.S. Souza, A.C.F. Correa, R.A. Mendes, Petrobras An Effective Solution To Repair Severely Corroded Casing Strings: Applications in the Oriente Basin of Ecuador V. Simbala, M. Palomeque, Petroproduccion; R. Evers, E.F. Ordonez, Schlumberger Slickline With Fiber-Optic Distributed Temperature Monitoring for Water-Injection and Gas Lift Systems Optimization in Mexico G.A. Brown, V.L. Carvalho, A.S. Wray, Schlumberger Sensa; A. Sanchez, Schlumberger WCP; G. Gutierrez Murillo, Pemex Application of Intelligent-Well Management System To Optimize Field Performance in Golfo San Jorge Basin, Argentina H.G. Moyano, R. Dalle Fiore, R.D. Mazzola, Pan American Energy; J.C. Ponce, Pan American Energy; E. Ferrigno, Lufkin Argentina S.A.

Thursday, 23 June, 0830 to 1030 RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION I Carlos H.L. Bruhn, Petrobras Session Chairpersons: Eduardo Sarmiento, Petrobras
0830 0900 0930 1000 94949 94944 94589 95105 The Study of Plurigaussian Simulations Lithotype Rule in Reservoir Characterization Process M.N. Normando, A.Z. Remacre, S.S. Sancevero, State U. of Campinas New Hydrocarbon Traps in the Acema Area, Eastern Venezuela: An Alternative for a Mature Oil Field C. Azalgara, E. Boada Martinez, M. Diaz, B.F. Bonfanti, Petrobras Energia de Venezuela; R. Blanco, Ameriven Assessment of Rock Mechanics Properties Starting From Geophysics Logs With the Garcia-Garcia: A General Model for Calculating Total Compressibility and Formation N.A. Garcia-Munoz, Mexican Petroleum Inst.; D. Garcia-Gavita, R. Ortega-Serrano, Pemex Matrix-Fracture Shape Factors and Multiphase-Flow Properties of Fractured Porous Media E.R. Rangel-German, Pemex E&P; A.R. Kovscek, Stanford U.

Thursday, 23 June, 0830 to 1030 HSE Paulo R. Correia, Halliburton Energy Services Group Session Chairpersons: Marco A. Latge, Petrobras
0830 0900 94825 94922 Strategic Optimization and Contingency Planning Model for Oil-Spill Response L.R. Aboim Costa, V.M. Ferreira, COPPE; F.N.P. Andrade, A.R. Antoun, Hidroclean Economic Evaluation of Oil-Production Project With EOR: CO2 Sequestration in Depleted
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Oil Field A.F. Gaspar, S.B. Suslick, D.F. Ferreira, G.A. Lima, State U. of Campinas System for Remote Detection of Pipeline Leakage S. Sadovnychiy, I. Bulgakov, J. Valadez, Mexican Petroleum Inst. A Look at Seabed Environmental Monitoring for Trinidad and Tobagos First Deepwater Drilling Campaign J.J. Rajnauth, C.S. Boodoo, D.R. Dwarkah, Ministry of EnergyTrinidad

Thursday, 23 June, 1045 to 1215 PANEL 4: CHALLENGES IN INTEGRATING THE NATURAL GAS INDUSTRY IN THE SOUTHERN CONE
Focus: 1. Strategies to increase the natural gas demand in the Southern Cone development. 2. Can Latin American and Caribbean countries share a long-term vision of the natural gas market? 3. Natural gas is gradually gaining more importance in the world energy market; Latin America and the Caribbean need to consolidate their position as the leading gas-producing region.

Thursday, 23 June, 1045 to 1215 PANEL 5: REGIONAL INTEGRATION THROUGH TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND HUMAN RESOURCES
Focus: 1. The rate of technology change is accelerating, requiring changes in skills and work processes. Are the petroleumengineering training programs in Latin America and the Caribbean tailored to this revolutionary technology-driven energy sector? 2. Are technology transfers from service companies to operators and between companies already in place in Latin American and Caribbean countries? 3. How can we prepare people and communities for the new technologies? Some issues: motivation, retention, and leverage. 4. Are turnover, retirement, professionals turning into super-experts, cultural diversity challenging knowledge-based organizations, and making efficient use of manpower becoming issues of paramount importance?

Thursday, 23 June, 1400 to 1600 SPECIAL SESSION: HP/HT WELLS Saul Plavnik, Halliburton Energy Services Group Session Chairpersons: Luis F. Rego, Petrobras
1400 1430 1500 1530 95478 94826 94870 94407 High Angle HP/HT Wells M. Gjonnes, I.G. Myhre, Statoil PDC Bits Run on Turbodrills: The History, Facts, and Current Developments R.A. Seale, Smith Neyrfor; D.A. Conroy, Smith Bits Analytical Solution for Transient Temperature Field Around a Cased and Cemented Wellbore R.B. Mendes, L.C. Coelho, J. Guigon; G.G. Cunha; V.P. King, L. Landau, Federal U. of Rio de Janeiro Critical Analysis of Exploratory Wells in a New Field Development in Trinidad and Tobago D.R. Dwarkah, C.S. Boodoo, J.J. Rajnauth, K. Seecharan, Ministry of Energy Trinidad

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Thursday, 23 June, 1400 to 1600 SPECIAL SESSION: HEAVY OIL PRODUCTION Gerson J.F. Fernandes, Petrobras Session Chairpersons: C. Peter Shankel, EnCana Corp.
1400 1430 1500 1530 97379 97615 97381 N/A The Exploitation of Heavy Oil From Middle-Deep Reservoirs: Horizontal Well Completions at the Oritupano-Leona Field in the Eastern Venezuela Basin L.A. Riera, J.A. Castillo, W.E. Bellorin, Petrobras Energia de Venezuela S.A. Improved Decision Making During Drilling Operations: Using a Wireline Coring System, Offshore Brazil C.P. Shankel, R.C. Chachula, EnCana Corp. The Offshore Heavy-Oil Development Challenges in Brazil W.L. Trindade, C.C. Moreira Branco, Petrobras Challenges and Solutions Experienced on the Grane Project: From Reservoir to Market E.S.Jenssen, Hydro Oil & Energy

Thursday, 23 June, 1400 to 1600 RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION II Mauro R. Becker, Petrobras Session Chairpersons: Jean-Laurent Mallet, Ecole Nationale Superieure
1400 1430 1500 94525 94913 94895 Naturally Fractured Reservoirs: How To Estimate Secondary Porosity C. Perez-Rosales, E.E. Luna, Mexican Petroleum Inst. Using Seismic Attributes To Estimate Porosity Thickness in Pinch-Out Areas R.M. Oliveira, N. Ribeiro, P.R. Johann, L.F. Camarao, D.E. Steagall, P.A. Kerber, M.R.J. Carvalho, Petrobras New Wells Architecture and Structural Modeling Based on the Integration of Seismic Data, Well Logs, Core, Production, and Geomechanics Data in El Carito Field, North Monagas Basin, Venezuela G.R. Gomez, A. Martinez, Atlas; E.A. Sifontes, P. Rodriguez, L. Arcia, PDVSA; C.A. Planchart, VSfusion Key High-Quality Technologies as Pivots for Hydrocarbon-Reserves Expansion J.B. Navarro, Delta-Are & Capillary Svcs Inc.

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Thursday, 23 June, 1400 to 1600 SPECIAL SESSION: CARBONATE RESERVOIRS Fernando Rodriguez, Pemex Session Chairpersons: Ricardo R. Savini, Petrobras Energia
1400 1430 1500 97382 97383 97384 Using the Link Between Diagenesis and Fracturing To Accurately Predict, Characterize, and Model Fluid Flow in Fractured Carbonate Rocks J.F.W. Gale, S.E. Laubach, J.E. Olson, R. Marrett, U. of Texas at Austin What is the Impact of Fracture Modelling on Reservoir Performances and Reservoir Simulation: Examples T. Le Maux, O. Fonta, S. Sarda, L. Godail, Beicip-Franlab Technologies and Exploitation Strategies Applied to the Development of a Naturally Fractured Carbonate Reservoir: The Cretaceous Cogollo Group in La Concepcion Field, Maracaibo Basin, Venezuela D. Marchal, I.E. Gonzalez, J. Benito, P. Balseiro, Petrobras Energia de Venezuela Nitrogen Injection in the Cantarell Complex: Results After 4 Years of Operation J.L. Sanchez, A.V. Astudillo, F. Rodriguez, J. Morales, A. Rodriguez, Pemex E&P

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