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LNG Value Chain and Markets

This course covers the LNG value chain, from gas supply to liquefaction, ship transportation and receiving/regasification terminals, and the processes/facilities required in each sector. The economics of a special LNG case study are presented to show the typical economics of a project. You will learn the price that must be charged for LNG delivered into a distant market, considering capital and operating costs and the impact of the revenues received for the hydrocarbon liquids produced and sold with the gas. The course also contains a summary of the historical LNG market development, including the major exporters and importers, and the various regional market prices of LNG.

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Energy Project Economics and Risk Analysis

Project Economics and Risk Analysis presents the process energy companies follow to analyze the economic attractiveness of capital investments, whether it is an investment in oil and gas exploration, a new power plant or LNG facility, a new refinery, or simply the capital expansion of an existing facility. The analysis includes three basic ways to incorporate uncertainty into the calculation of project metrics: Deterministic estimates, Spider and Tornado Diagrams, and Monte Carlo Simulation.


Don’t Flare, Monetize

SLB and Chord Energy join this SPE Tech Talk to demonstrate methods that can eliminate routine flaring from production facilities in the Bakken, leading to increased revenues and decreased emissions.

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Online Modeling of Single and Multiphase Flow Networks

For 29 years, our team of specialists have designed and installed real-time online systems that are designed to monitor production, gathering, export and transportation systems. These systems currently support the operations of 30% of the world’s LNG production, and about 10% of the global natural gas pipeline networks and various important oil developments. This talk will discuss what are the key requirements and lessons learned to provide accurate 24/7 monitoring and surveillance of these vital operations, particularly those when there is only limited access to the server machines on these assets.

Blowout Prevention and Relief Well Planning for the Wheatstone Big-Bore Gas Well Project Featured Image

Blowout Prevention and Relief Well Planning for the Wheatstone Big-Bore Gas Well Project

This paper chronicles the full extent of the engineering and operational planning performed to ensure that no uncontrolled hydrocarbon releases occurred during the execution of the Wheatstone Project's subsea big-bore gas wells and, if a blowout were to occur, that the response to such an unprecedented event would be sufficient and robust. Covered in the paper are (1) reservoir deliverability modeling, (2) dynamic kill modeling, (3) gas plume modeling, (4) relief well trajectory and mooring planning, (5) pilot hole execution planning, (6) a newly applied LWD technology for sensing resistivity vertically below the drill bit and (7) a discussion of future research that has been identified as necessary to better define the fluid injectivity capabilities of subsea relief wells.

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Session III - Digital Oilfield (DO) in Business

In this third of a series, the speaker presents and discusses the following topics: 1. Developing a business case: Quantitative and Qualitative Business Cases 2. Getting started: Piloting IO and DOF; Building a Programme; Scaling and Sustaining 3. Applications to: Oil and Gas; onshore and offshore, unconventionals; LNG, drilling, mining, others 4. IO and DOF for major projects 5. What is next for IO and DOF (big data / analytics, IT/OT, etc.) To purchase this course as part of the series, go to: Digital Oilfield Series: From Infancy to Current Day.

LNG Basics for Petroleum Engineers

This session will provide an overview of LNG liquefaction facilities, from inlet gas receiving to LNG storage and loading. However, the focus is on the liquefaction process and equipment. Differences among the commercially available liquefaction processes (cascade, single mixed refrigerant, propane-pre-cooled mixed refrigerant, double mixed refrigerant, nitrogen, etc.) will be discussed. The aim is to provide SPE members with a clear understanding of the technologies, equipment and process choices required for a successful LNG project. Presented by Michael Choi