Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTeC) 2017

2017-07-24 - 2017-07-26
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+1 281 773 8836
Shale plays continue to hold a significant place in the world’s energy future. URTeC is the only event that brings the entire assent team together under one roof to connect on all things unconventional. Anchored by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) and the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG), plus eight of the world’s leading professional organizations, it remains the most vibrant and vital event that every upstream energy professional should attend because its collaborative platform and innovation exchange sustains and propels the industry’s ongoing success.
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URTeC will attract innovators from all walks of the onshore E&P industry. Target audience includes: Geologists Engineers Geophysicists Managers Vice Presidents Presidents/CEOs Academics Service Companies Government Officials Researchers & Technicians Consultants University Students

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Core evaluation has undergone a rebirth thanks to unconventional plays both in North America and globally which has fostered and necessitated a back-to-the-rocks approach to reservoir analysis. It has become a fundamental piece during the exploration phase in terms of reservoir characterization and it continues to add value during the optimization phase of a development program. Presentations and materials displaying the analytical methods and raw data will help provide a better understand of the sedimentology, petrology and reservoir characterization.

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