Wednesday, 21 April 2021
Jürgen Rückheim, Head of the DGMK Division Exploration and Production
Reinhard J. Oswald, President of ÖGEW
Gesa Netzeband, Executive Director of the DGMK
Session Chair: Jürgen Rückheim
Hill, I., Executive Director, IOGP, International Association of Oil & Gas Producers
Brommer, M., Executive Director, IGA, International Geothermal Association
Session Chair: Johannes Schoenherr
In line with this year's conference theme, the "Geosciences" track represents a mix of classical reservoir geology and future-oriented underground topics. A wide range of case studies on the heterogeneity of reservoir horizons will give us insights into the spatial distribution of reservoir quality and controlling parameters. Examples from outcrop and production wells, carbonate rocks and sandstones will be discussed. In addition, a new aspect will be highlighted, the reuse of depleted hydrocarbon fields for renewable energy technologies and how geoscientists apply their classical experience in this future sector.
Petrovic, A., CaResS Research Group Ali I. Al-Naimi Petroleum Engineering Research Center, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
Heins,W. A., Getech Energie Holding GmbH
Janssen, M.1, Caracciolo, L.1, Bonnell, L. M.2, Heins, W. A.3, Lander, R. H.2, Ravidà, D.1, Korthals, A.1, Stollhofen, H.1, 1GeoCenter Northern Bavaria, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen, 2Geocosm LCC., 3Getech Group
Stricker, K.1, Grimmer, J.C.1, Egert, R.1, Bremer, J.1, Gholami Korzani, M.1, Schill, E.2, Kohl, T.1, 1Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Applied Geosciences, 2Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Nuclear Waste Disposal
Energy Storage / H2
Session Chair: Heike Bernhardt
In the session energy storage, the various aspects of storable chemical energy carriers, which can be produced synthetically from electricity, among other things, and can serve as a link between fluctuating generation and temporally and spatially variable demand, will be considered. For this purpose, various electrolysis systems are presented as a building block of a future energy system and also as a bridging technology for further material processing. A balance between the independently varying generation and demand will have to be created. Energy storage management models describe the associated energy and material flows and thus also provide a basis for determining the type and size of storage required. As part of the storage, large-volume underground storage facilities are suitable - especially for the storage of hydrogen. Aspects of microbial hydrogen utilization due to existing microorganisms will have to be clarified with regard to relevant effects for storage operation. Due to the high mobility of hydrogen, the continued integrity of storage wells must also be investigated and proven.
Kuhn, K.-J., Siemens Energy
Schneider, S., Müller, T. E., Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Carbon Sources and Conversion
Nowack, G., Wagner, M., MicroPro GmbH
Kirch, M., Amro, M., TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Institute of Drilling Engineering and Fluid Mining
Session Chair: Jan Lillie
Traditionally, the topics of plant and occupational safety and environmental protection are presented in the HSE area. In the area of plant and occupational safety, concepts are presented which, on the one hand, demonstrate a methodology for enabling a working life without accidents in a complex working environment. Here, the individual tendencies of each employee and their resulting actions are considered. On the other hand, plant safety is analyzed in order to identify main hazards in advance and to initiate appropriate protective measures. The main maintenance of a natural gas processing plant and the protection concept required for it are presented against the background of the Corona pandemic. Sustainable practiced environmental protection is presented by the most modern treatment plant for oil-containing drilling cuttings and the resulting supply and logistics concept.
Behla, T., ExxonMobil Production Deutschland GmbH
Kowalczyk, D.1, Czuprat, O.1, Wachtendorf, A.2, 1Wintershall Dea Deutschland GmbH, 2Plambeck Environmental Service GmbH
Schmid, S., ExxonMobil Production Deutschland GmbH
Auber, H., Beyer, J., Evers, N., ExxonMobil Production GmbH
She Drives Energy - Women's Network
Session Chair: Susanne Rengel
Stream 4 (Topic Room)
Tolulope Martin, Site Manager, Shell Grasbrook Lubricants Center, Shell Deutschland Oil GmbH
Maria Moræus Hanssen, Chair, Non Executive Director, Wastefront AS
Session Chair: Heinrich Junker
An arc is spanned from processes in the microscopic pore space, to the mechanical behaviour of faults in the hydrodynamic system of a reservoir, the application of tertiary production methods and the semi-automated optimisation of well production. The range of possible applications of modern visualization and analysis techniques in the laboratory, the numerical modeling of complex mechanical processes and the multiphase flow in complex reservoirs and wells shows the possibilities for a general increase in the efficiency of the resources used on the one hand and the reduction of environmental impact on the other. The reduced use of material and energy, the more efficient extraction of existing resources, the safety-relevant consideration of the tightness of reservoirs under mechanical stress, or the use and simultaneous storage of CO2 in reservoirs are increasingly the subject of discussion.
Säfken, S., Rayeok, R. M., Ganzer, L., TU Clausthal, Institute of Subsurface Energy Systems
Treffeisen, T., Henk, A., TU Darmstadt, Institute of Applied Geoscience
Amro, M., Freese, C., Reichmann, S., Muktadir, G., Kühne, J., TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Institute of Drilling Technology and Fluid Mining
Okhuijsen, B., Siemens Energy B.V.
Moderation: Inga Moeck
A central component of a successful energy turnaround is the heat turnaround, and a heat turnaround without geothermal energy is not possible - so far as that is known. But which components are necessary to efficiently develop geothermal reservoirs? This year's series of lectures on "Geothermal Energy" impressively demonstrates that technological progress for the energetic use of the geothermal subsurface can be accelerated especially by incorporating hydrocarbon expertise. Examples will be presented on this, whether on standards in well integrity, on the use of CO2 as a carrier medium for heat, or on innovative exploration methods.
Grijalva,O., Oppelt, J., Holzmann, J., TU Clausthal, Institute of Subsurface Energy Systems
Glos, S., Wechsung, M., Sudhoff, R., Boehmer, F., Jeck, S. Siemens Energy
Ungemach, P.1, Antics, M.1, Di Tommaso, D.2, 1GPC Instrumentation Process (GPC IP), 2Weatherford
Minescu, M., Dinita, A., Olteanu, A., Teodoriu, C. UPG Ploiesti, the University of Oklahoma.
Session Chair: Michael Röhrlich
Well integrity is rightly receiving increasing attention. As existing wells age, the need to monitor them and detect potential problems early increases. This allows vulnerabilities to be identified, risks to be assessed and countermeasures to be taken. One focus of this track is the metrological investigation of well barriers. In addition, the risk classification of injection wells is discussed against the background of country-specific regulations.
Greiss, R.1, Volkov, M.1, Bilogan, A.2, 1TGT Diagnostics, 2Oilchem Technology Solution LTD
Droppert, V.1, Jelinek, W.2, 1Wintershall Dea Norge AS, 2Wintershall Dea Germany GmbH
Perk, M.1, Großwig, St.2, Pfeiffer, Th.2, Rembe, M.3, Dijk, H.4, Domurath, L.5, 1DEEP.KBB Ltd, 2GESO mbH & Co. Projekt KG, 3Rembe Consulting - Partnerschaftsgesellschaft für Geologie, Geoströmungstechnik, Umweltplanung und numerische Simulation mbB, 4Privatus, formerly Nouryon B.V, 5AP Sensing GmbH
Tlatlik, H., Mandt, T., Wintershall Dea Deutschland GmbH
Geoenergy Exploration Game by GSSPE
Session Chair: Daniel Bücken
Stream4 (Topic Room)
Be part of the first Geoenergy Exploration Game by the German Section of the SPE! This collaborative game builds on your engagement, your knowledge, and your discussions! Together with the other participants you have to identify geoenergy reservoirs, decide which play you want to explore, and tackle multiple challenges. This interdisciplinary and interactive sessions aims at students, YPs, and interested professionals.
Hydrogen and beyond - Topic Room by Energy Reinvented Community
Prins, J., Siemens Energy B.V.
Mooijer, J., Proton Ventures BV
Wim Hesselink, Technip Energies
Session Chair: Michael Funke
Two lectures will deal with the issue of entrained substances, which usually have a negative impact on production as well as on the operation of well equipment and surface facilities. Solutions will be presented: in a test rig, different drilling and production conditions can be simulated in order to obtain a statement about the sand production, and in an oil field, tests will be carried out to eliminate or avoid asphaltene deposits in submersible centrifugal pumps. In the field of production engineering, an experimental approach is used to further develop rod-type deep well pumps and their systems, while a look at well integrity allows statements to be made about annulus seals caused by plastic formations in the area of non-cemented casing.
Ochmann, L., Joseph, R., Amro, M., TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Institute for Drilling Technology and Fluid Mining
Bisso Bi Mba, E.M., Busch, M., Diker, G., Frohberg, A., Wintershall Dea Deutschland GmbH
Klaus, D., Stemann, U., Nell, M., Neptune Energy Deutschland GmbH
Sharma, A., Bello, O., Teodoriu C., Karami, H., The University of Oklahoma.
Underground Storage Technology
Session Chair: Frank Holschumacher
Underground natural gas storage facilities have been part of the infrastructure in Germany since the 1950s. Whereas at the beginning of storage, storage facilities were assumed to have a service life of around 25 years, many installations have now reached a much older age. For this reason, questions regarding the integrity of natural gas storage facilities have continuously gained in importance in recent years. This series of lectures will focus on the suitability of storage facilities for long-term and future-proof operation. The focus is first on the surface with the presentation of a geomonitoring system for the aboveground facility and supply security of cavern storage facilities using satellite and copter data, and moves from there to the subsurface with the description of a method for the environmentally sound i.e. brine-saving repair of a cavern storage facility in Denmark in the form of a coupled flooding and gas bursting process. Finally, the description of an integrity management system for storage wells is followed by an outlook on the long-term utilization perspectives of caverns in the context of the energy turnaround under the heading "Salt cavern turnaround".
Rudolph, T.1, Haske, B.1, Bernsdorf, B.1, Müterthies, A.2, Teuwsen, S.2, Formaniuk, A.2, Yang, C-H.2, Mader, S.2, 1Research Centre Post Mining | Technical University Georg Agricola, 2EFTAS Remote Sensing Technology Transfer GmbH
Mortensen, T.1, Gjermundbo, R.2, Eichler, C.3, 1Gas Storage Denmark, 2Energinet.dk, 3DEEP.KBB GmbH
Kosack, C.1, Fjågesund, T.2, 1Uniper Energy Storage GmbH, 2Wellbarrier
Mercer, D., Storengy Deutschland GmbH
Session Chair: Oliver Obenaus
The session for Drilling Technology will reflect a balanced approach between scientific- and practical industry case studies. DGMK’s own project of developing a hammer drill will provide an update of first experience with a prototype bit. With digitalization and machine learning on the rise throughout multiple industries, another study will be presented that compares algorithms to predict ROP’s. An unconventional, but promising idea reflecting collaboration of different operators and service companies will be discussed in a case study to see if this means a compromise to unlock valuable potential. The utilization of managed pressure drilling in a high pressure well including engineering and execution learnings will be presented in another case study.
Kucs, R., Doschek, M., OMV Upstream
Odebrett, F.1, Höhn, P.2, Paz Carvajal, C.1, Oppelt, J.2, 1Clausthal University of Technology, Institute of Subsurface Energy Systems, 2Clausthal University of Technology, Drilling Simulator Celle
Dietz, F., Kainz, A., SDE, OMV E&P GmbH
Grottendieck, L., Reich, M., TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Institute of Drilling Technology and Fluid Mining
Session Chair: Dominik Soyk
Universities and industry are in a symbiotic relationship. The free economy is dependent on highly qualified specialists and it is not uncommon for companies to recruit their young scientists from cooperation projects with universities. In return, the attractiveness of the courses of study at the universities is often closely linked to the opportunities on the job market and the social reputation of the respective sectors. Especially the latter points pose challenges for study programmes with a focus on resource extraction in Germany and Europe. In this session, various disciplines will present their strategies for attracting and promoting young talent, and we will learn how the Corona pandemic may shape our future working lives.
Michael, L., Gerau, J., Gräfingholt, B., Scholz,C., Smaxwil, M., Rudolph, T., Research Centre Post Mining | Technical University Georg Agricola
Wendt, K., Wintershall Dea GmbH
Hilgers, Ch.1,2, Busch, B. 1 1Structural Geology and Tectonics, Institute of Applied Geosciences, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - KIT, 2KIT Campus Transfer GmbH, TTE Reservoir Geology
Ganzer, L., Jaeger, Ph., Institute of Subsurface Energy Systems, Clausthal University of Technology
Yaqoob, T., Oppelt, J., Holzmann, J., TU Claushtal, Institute of Subsurface Energy Systems
Bannenberg, M., Feldmann, E., Holzmann, J., Jaeger, P., Oppelt, J., TU Clausthal, Institute of Subsurface Energy Systems
Perch, M.1, Amro, M.2, Nagel, T.1, 1TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Institute for Geotechnics, 2TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Institute for Drilling Technology and Fluid Mining
Oliveira, L.1, Nascimento, A.1, Mantegazini, D.2, Hunt, J.1, 1Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, 2Universidade Estadual Paulista
Mantegazini, D.Z..1, Nascimento, A.2, Barboza, T. R.1 Mathias, M. H.1, de Carvalho Jr, J. A.1, 1Faculdade de Engenharia - Campus de Guaratinguetá (FEG), from the Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP), 2Centro Universitário Norte do Espírito Santo - CEUNES/UFES
Barboza, T. R.1, Nascimento, A.2, Mantegazini, D. Z.1, Mathias, M. H. 1, de Carvalho Jr, J. A. 1, 1Faculdade de Engenharia - Campus de Guaratinguetá (FEG), from the Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP), 2Centro Universitário Norte do Espírito Santo - CEUNES/UFES
Morgenstern, R. 1, Shehata, N. 2, Rafiee, M. 2, Behr, A. 2, Amro, M. 1, 1TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Institute of Drilling Engineering and Fluid Mining, 2Wintershall Dea GmbH
Dennar, L., Amro, M., TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Institute of Drilling Engineering and Fluid Mining
Säfken, S.1, Ganzer, L.1, Flat, A.2, 1TU Clausthal, Institute of Subsurface Energy Systems, 2GEA Westfalia Separator Group GmbH
Nassan, T.1, Amro, M.1, Pituganova, A.2, Minkhanov, I.2, Bolotov, A.2, Varfolomeev, M.2, 1TU Freiberg, Institute of Drilling Engineering and Fluid Mining, 2Kazan Federal University, Department of Petroleum Engineering
Kühne, J.1, Amro, M.1, Bittner, C.2, Lichterfeld-Weber, N.2, 1TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Institute for Drilling Technology and Fluid Mining, 2 BASF SE
Pretzschner, C., Hauer, R., Bannach, A. ESK GmbH
Glöckner, M.1, Bannach, A.1, Grzyk, S.², Wallbrecht, J.² 1ESK GmbH; ²Storengy
Goerke-Mallet, P., Möllerherm, S., Rudolph, T., Research Centre for Post-Mine Mining (FZN) Georg Agricola University of Applied Sciences (THGA)
Olaobaju, E. A.1, Onna, C.2, Amro, M.M.2, 1TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Institute for Mining and Special Civil Engineering, 2TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Institutes for Drilling Technology and Fluid Mining
10:45 - 11:00, 15:10 - 15:40
Taherdangkoo, R., Butscher, Ch., Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg, Institute of Geotechnics
Muktadir, G.1, Amro, M.11, Kummer, N.1, Bahjat A.2, 1TU Bergakademie Freiberg, 2Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
Greve, J.1, Bush, B.2, Quandt, D.2, Hilgers ,C.2, 1Geological Survey of North Rhine-Westphalia, 2Structural Geology & Tectonics, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Schoenherr, J.1, Kley, J.2, 1ExxonMobil Production Deutschland GmbH, 2Georg-August University Göttingen
Adamolekun, O. J.1, Bush, B.1. Suess, M. P.2, Hilgers, C.1, 1Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Institute of Applied Geosciences, Department of Structural Geology and Tectonics, 2University of Tübingen, Department of Geoscience
Steiger, K., Hilgers, C. Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Allgaier, F.1, Niederhuber, T.2, Quandt, D.1, Bush, B.1, Müller, B.2, Hilgers, C.1, 1Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Applied Geosciences, Structural Geology & Tectonics, 2Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Applied Geosciences, Technical Petrophysics
Ghergut, J., Behrens, H., Sauter, M., University of Göttingen, Geoscience Centre
Energy Storage, Concepts of Renewable Energies
10:45 - 11:00, 15:10 - 15:40
Brauer, H., Simm, M., Mannesmann Line Pipe GmbH
Rubinic, D., Siemens Energy
Hunt, J., Nascimento, A. Nascimento, A., Federal University of Espirito Santo.
Buttchereit, M., Wintershall Dea Deutschland GmbH
Subject to change without notice.