Make the most of your CA benefits and maximize your investment in EGI products & research services. As a member of EGI, your relationship with the Institute and the resources available with membership give you the power to innovate, maximize efficiency, and reduce costs.
EGI can help your company weather the changes in the energy industry by helping you making the most of existing resources, expanding and strengthening relationships, and collaborating to glean greater value from your R&D investments.
As the energy industry continues to adapt to a changing environment, EGI is sensitive to the travel and time restrictions that impact our members on a day-to-day basis. Among the resources available to you is the 2016 Corporate Associate Technical Conference. For this year’s Conference, we’re brining the show to YOU in Houston, TX at Halliburton’s North Belt Research Complex (Halliburton Life Center, 3000 N Sam Houston Parkway E, 77032).
The 2016 Conference will focus on a series of insightful, detailed sessions exploring the scientific and technical knowledge driving innovation and reducing costs including:
DAY 1 | Monday, November 7
- Briefing of EGI Benefits, Research Services and Training Opportunities
- Quick Review of Recently Completed Projects available to all members
- Overview of Structural Capability and New Directions
- EOR in Shale Reservoir Systems
- Atlantic Margin Petroleum Systems Research (South-Central- North)
- SCOOP & STACK Plays Petroleum Systems and Mitigation
- Foreland Basin Petroleum Systems
- Brief Review of Research Projects in Progress:
Mexico Petroleum Systems
South America Shales
South Papuan Basin
Geologic Controls on Hydraulic Fracture Design
DAY 2 | Tuesday, November 8
Three consecutive back-to-back workshops
- Geochemical Capabilities and Future Directions Workshop – 60 minutes
- Fracture Prediction Tool Kit for Producing Fields – 90 minutes
- India Margins Workshop – 90 minutes
*Watch for more information & updated descriptions
Now is the time to make the most of your EGI member benefits and optimize your return on scientific investment.
Registration is open to multiple attendees per EGI member company, offering you the unique opportunity to include a variety of staff to cover a broad spectrum of corporate interests. Attendees may register for the full host of activities or for select sessions.
The Houston location, local to many companies and staff and close proximity to Houston Intercontinental Airport, offers you the greatest flexibility for attendance based on your needs and interest areas.
Optional Field Course November 4 – 6
Petroleum Systems of the Cretaceous Platform Onshore Gulf of Mexico
In our optional Field Course: Petroleum Systems of the Cretaceous Platform Onshore Gulf of Mexico, participants will view key elements of the Turonian-aged Eagleford Petroleum System (Day 1) and the Aptian-aged Pine Island / Bexar Petroleum System (Day 2), and compare the naturally fractured Austin Chalk reservoir with the unconventional Eagleford source rock (Day 1) and discuss reservoir development within the conventional James Lime play (Day 2)