Improving the Performance of a DiEthanolAmine Acid Gas Removal Process

The Student Chapters of SPE/AAPG and Petroleum Engineers Club cordially invite you to the following event: Improving the Performance of a DiEthanolAmine Acid Gas Removal Process Abstract Natural gas containing hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide, also known as sour gas, requires treatment prior to its utilization. In June 2016, the amount of sour gas reserves worldwide was approximately 64%, while […]

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Geological and Engineering Aspects of the Generation and Migration of Biogenic Gas Offshore Cyprus

GEOLOGICAL AND ENGINEERING ASPECTS OF THE GENERATION AND MIGRATION OF BIOGENIC GAS OFFSHORE CYPRUS by Tonye Dagogo Jumbo, B.Eng. Thesis Abstract Ongoing discoveries of hydrocarbons within the Levantine Basin have confirmed its petroleum potential. The Aphrodite (4.3 tcf) and the Calypso gas discoveries provided concrete evidence of the presence of source rocks.  The Nile Delta, which is about 6,690 km long, […]

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Investigating Natural Gas Production from Shales at the Microscale

The Student Chapters of SPE/AAPG cordially invites you to the following event: Investigating Natural Gas Production from Shales at the Microscale Abstract In the past, shales were generally treated as non-porous formations while resources encountered in such tight formations were deemed uneconomical to produce. Recent advances in horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing have shifted this perspective reducing flow resistance from […]

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