Date: Wednesday, Oct 31st 2018
Location: The Bow Mountain View Room Level 54 - 500 Centre St SE, Calgary
Time: 11:30 a.m.(Registration), 12:00 p.m.– 1:00 p.m. (Luncheon)
Speaker: Nich Miles, P. Eng., Technical Applications Engineer at Tier 1 Energy Solutions
Cost: $10 Early Bird Tickets (Ends Oct 9th), $15 Regular Priced Tickets
Suitable artificial lift applications in both the Montney and Duvernay formations have been hot topic discussions for quite some time and will continue to be into the indefinite future. With a wide range of production volumes being witnessed, the most ideal form of artificial lift is not always that obvious. This high-level discussion will present the foundations of gas lift theory – How, Why, Where, etc. and will address the popularity the application of gas lift has been gaining in both these unconventional reservoirs over the past decade.
Nicholas Miles, P.Eng. has been involved extensively with artificial lift in both the Montney and Duvernay for over the past four years in a combined tenure with Weatherford and Tier 1. In that time, he has evaluated installations for gas lift, plunger lift and hydraulic lift. Prior to his role in artificial lift design, Nicholas’ maintained a role that oversaw downhole abandonments of wells drilled in the WCSB. Nicholas originally cut his teeth in the oil and gas industry in the field as a cased hole, wireline engineer in NW Alberta. Nicholas is an active member of APEGA and has is currently a serving committee member of the SPE Young Professionals group and the 2019 SPE Duvernay Workshop.
Special thanks to the Encana Corporation for sponsoring the Society of Petroleum Engineers Young Professionals technical events
October 31, 2018
From 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
||The Bow Mountain View Room: Level 54 - 500 Centre St SE, Calgary|