NPGS Monthly Dinner Meeting—September 1—RSVP by August 30

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Nevada Petroleum & Geothermal Society, Monthly Dinner Meeting
When: Thursday, September 1, 2016
Where: Ramada Reno Hotel
1000 East 6th Street, Reno, NV 89512

Cocktail Reception 6:30, Skyline Bar, 14th Floor
Sponsored by Sinclair Well Products
Dinner Served at 7:00 PM
NPGS Members $20, Non-Members $23, Students $10

Speaker:  Rod Prosceno, Petroleum Engineer and Managing Member for Grant Canyon Oil & Gas, LLC
Topic: Nevada – EOR Projects – Grant Canyon and Blackburn Fields

Abstract: Enhanced Oil Recovery projects have been initiated in two separate Nevada producing oil fields in 2006-2008 and currently continue.  The Grant Canyon and Blackburn fields have commenced High Pressure Air Injection (HPAI) for reservoir management of Gravity Stable Immiscible Drainage (GSID).  The process involves a longer and slower steady growth of liberated oil which can be harvested by optimizing well completions.  The HPAI creates primarily an immiscible gas which gently restores reservoir pressure as incremental oil drains to producers which would not be recovered under primary conventional operations. Both projects target Devonian age reservoirs with bottom water drive systems.  A summary of contrasting implementation and challenges for each field will be reviewed along with a geologic overview on massive carbonates.

Eugene Wadleigh has over 30 years of experience in gas injection and water management systems in oil and gas fields.  He has worked on and been an advisor on some of the largest gas processing fields in both the United States and worldwide.

Rod Prosceno has 25 years of experience in oil and gas operations and water management processes.  He has worked on varying types of reservoirs worldwide and employed various techniques of operational management.

Please RSVP for the Dinner Meeting by Tuesday August 30RSVP Here.

If you find that you cannot attend, please email Vicki Ehni at or call at 775-720-6387.
NPGS will be charged for all no shows. Thank you for your consideration.

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