IPTC 2022 - Fuelling Global Recovery through Sustainable Energy

This edition of the International Petroleum Technology Conference (IPTC) will be held 21–23 February 2022 at the Riyadh International Convention and Exhibition Centre in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with Saudi Aramco serving as the Exclusive Host.

IPTC is a collaborative effort among the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG), the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE), the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG), and the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE).

Regional energy ministers, industry leaders, and governmental representatives will have an opportunity to discuss and share their views on timely industry topics and trends, exchange expertise and experience, present state-of-the-art technology and innovation, and to stimulate further research of technical and business activities.

In addition, awards and recognition will be given for organizations' efforts in technical and business contributions to the industry. There will also be a range of integrated social activities to encourage networking and offline discussion.

 

Map of Riyadh International Convention and Exhibition Centre in Riyadh

Speakers

Thomas Finkbeiner

Research Professor of Rock Geomechanics Research

Hussein Hoteit

Associate Professor, Advanced Reservoir Modeling and Simulation Research group

IPTC AGENDA
EventDateTimeRoomChairperson TitleAuthors
 
006 3D Static Modelling Monday, 21 February
1130 - 1300 Meeting Room 6  Geochemical and Petrographic Characteristics Oflithofacies from Upper Cretaceous Organic-rich Source Rocks, Jordan I.S. Abu-Mahfouz, M.A. Ardila, V. Vahrenkamp, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) 
002 Carbon Capture, Utilisation, and Storage (CCUS) 1 Monday, 21 February1130-1200Meeting Room 2  Feasibility Of CO2Storage In Depleted Gas Reservoirs Exhibiting Thermal Effects During Injection H. Hoteit, King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST) 
002 Carbon Capture, Utilisation, and Storage (CCUS) 1 Monday, 21 February1230-1230Meeting Room 2  The Potential for Underground CO2 Disposal near Riyadh M. Corrales, S. Mantilla Salas, A. Tasianas, H. Hoteit, A. Afifi, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology 
017 Geoscience Case Studies Monday, 21 February
1400 - 1530 Meeting Room 6  Digital Rock Reconstruction Using Wasserstein GANs with Gradient Penalty Y. Li, X. He, W. Zhu, KAUST; M.M. Alsinan, H.T. Kwak, Saudi Aramco PE&D; H. Hoteit, King Abdullah University of Science & Tech 
021 AI/Machine Learning: Drilling 1 Monday, 21 February
1400 - 1530 Meeting Room 10   Drilling Data Quality and Reliability: A Novel Algorithm for Data Correction and Validation A. Koulidis, G. Ooi, J. Skenderija, S. Ahmed, King Abdullah University of Science & Tech 
015 Geomechanics of Unconventional Plays Monday, 21 February
 1400 - 1530 Meeting Room 4Thomas Finkbeiner - King Abdullah University of Science & Tech Ahmed Alfataierge - Saudi Aramco   
024 Sustainable/Green Energy: Hydrogen Technologies Monday, 21 February
1600 - 1730Meeting Room 2  Assessment Of Hydrogen Underground Storage Potential In Saudi Arabia F. Rowaihy, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology; J. YE, H. Hoteit, King Abdullah University of Science & Tech; A. Alafifi, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology 
030 Drilling and Completions in Challenging Environments 1Monday, 21 February
1600 - 1730 Meeting Room 8  The Effect Of Particle Interlocking On Arch Formation And Stability: Discrete Element Method Study A. Hafez, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology; Q. Liu, T. Finkbeiner, King Abdullah University of Science & Tech; R.A. Alouhali, T.E. Moellendick, Saudi Aramco PE&D; J. Santamarina, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology 
043 Well Integrity, Intervention, and Surveillance 1  Tuesday, 22 February 1100 - 1230 Meeting Room 11
Thomas Finkbeiner - King Abdullah University of Science & Tech Nacer Guergueb - Halliburton Saudi Arabia   
044 Carbon Capture, Utilisation, and Storage (CCUS) 2 Tuesday, 22 February1400 - 1530 Meeting Room 2Hussein Hoteit - King Abdullah University of Science & Tech Mustafa Babiker - Saudi Aramco   
054 Reservoir Development and Management  Tuesday, 22 February1600 - 1730Meeting Room 1  Pore-scale Assessment of Surfactant-assisted Spontaneous ImbibitionJ. Alaamri, V. Chandra, H. Hoteit, King Abdullah University of Science & Tech 
056 Reservoir Geomechanics  Tuesday, 22 February1630-1700Meeting Room 3   Pore-Scale Modeling of Coupled Flow and Geomechanics in Fractured Rocks: A Micro-Continuum Approach X. He, KAUST; M.M. Alsinan, H.T. Kwak, Saudi Aramco PE&D; H. Hoteit, King Abdullah University of Science & Tech
067 Reservoir Characterisation of Emerging Unconventional Plays 2 Wednesday, 23 February
0830-0900Meeting Room 4  The Impact of Horizontal Bedding Plane Fractures on Reservoir Fluid Production in Shale Oil Plays with High Pore Pressure D.A. Arias-Ortiz, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST); L. Klimkowski, AGH University of Science and Technology; T. Finkbeiner, T.W. Patzek, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) 
068 Exploration Frontiers: From Source to Trap Wednesday, 23 February 0830-0900Meeting Room 5  Improved Understanding of Hydrocarbon Expulsion and Associated Fracturing During Successive Stages of Maturation: Insights from the Artificial Maturation of Organic-rich, Immature to Early Mature Source Rocks I.S. Abu-Mahfouz, King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST); G. Gaus, S. Grohmann, J. Klaver, RWTH Aachen University; J. Cartwright, E. Idiz, University of Oxford; R. Littke, J.L. Urai, RWTH Aachen University; T.W. Patzek, V. Vahrenkamp, King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST) 
080 Structural and Stratigraphic Influences on Reservoirs Wednesday, 23 February 1030 - 1200 Meeting Room 6  How In-Place Volumes of Subsurface Reservoir Models are Impacted by using 3d High-resolution Outcrop Analogue Data. A Case Study using Depositional Architectural Heterogeneity of Stromatoporoid/coral Buildups of the Hanifa Fm, Saudi Arabia. A.I. Ramdani, P. Khanna, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology; S. De Jong, Baker Hughes; V. Vahrenkamp, G. Gairola, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology 
076 Carbon Capture, Utlization, and Storage (CCUS) 3 Wednesday, 23 February 1030 - 1200Meeting Room 2  An Experimental And Reactive Transport Modeling Study On CO2 Mineralization In Basalts In Saudi Arabia A. Omar, M. Addassi, H. Hoteit, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology 
078 Reservoir Production in Unconventional Resources Wednesday, 23 February1130-1200Meeting Room 4  Higher-Order Derivatives of Production Rate and Convolutional Neural Network for Production Forecasts S.T. Haider, T.W. Patzek, King Abdullah University of Science & Tech 
099 Reservoir Case Studies Wednesday, 23 February 1430 - 1600Meeting Room 3   Analytical and Numerical Assessment of Hydraulic Properties of 3D Partially-Open Rock Fractures X. He, H. Hoteit, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology; M.M. Alsinan, H.T. Kwak, Saudi Aramco PE&D 
100 Unconventional Midstream Operations and Facilities Management Wednesday, 23 February1430 - 1600Meeting Room 4Hussein Hoteit - King Abdullah University of Science & Tech Fadi Mubarak - Saudi Aramco Analytical and Numerical Assessment of Hydraulic Properties of 3D Partially-Open Rock Fractures X. He, H. Hoteit, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology; M.M. Alsinan, H.T. Kwak, Saudi Aramco PE&D 

Event Quick Information

Date
21 - 24 Feb, 2022
Time
21 Feb, 2022 03:00
Venue
Riyadh Saudi Arabia