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CO2 & ROZ Conference, Midland Texas Dec 3-6, 2018

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Midland County Horseshoe Education Room

2514 Arena Trail

Midland, TX 79706

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The CO2 and ROZ conference week plans call for starting on Monday morning, December 3rd and continue thru Thursday, December 6th at the venue we have been using the last two years, the Horseshoe Facility in south Midland while the new, modern Midland Center is being constructed downtown.

The planning for Monday calls for our annual Carbon Management Workshop to address the rapid recognition of CCS and CCUS roles in new CO2 capture and injection project planning. We will update the ongoing demonstration projects, expose many future project plans, address the new and ongoing legislative and policy initiatives including the exciting newly amended 45Q tax credit signed into law in February of 2018. We will have our CO2 week welcoming reception that evening at a venue to be announced. Then, starting at 8:00 am on Tuesday, Dec 4th, we will have our annual full-day seminar, this year examining in detail the new 45Q provisions for CO2 capture and storage, details for qualifying for the tax credit, and explore the many business opportunities that will likely be afforded by that landmark legislation. We need to devote the entire day Tuesday to the Seminar and have the second of our conference week receptions afterwards at the Horseshoe Facility and sponsored by a select few of our sponsors.

The Wednesday activities will include both a field trip (tentative destination is the Tall Cotton Project, a greenfield* Residual OIl Zone (ROZ) one hour north of Midland) and the first of three ½ day sessions we like to call our CO2 flooding & ROZ case history theme sessions.

After the field trip, we will kick off the theme sessions on the afternoon of the 5th with a subject of current and intense interest, how to complete horizontal wells in the upper ROZ. Within the last four years, 175 new horizontal wells have been drilled in the upper part of the ROZ in the Permian Basin. The technologies responsible for this new “play” will be addressed along with the evolving processes needed for stimulation of the lateral wellbores. This subject is not only new and commercial as is, but will likely someday prove to be the advance stage of CO2 EOR and CCUS in these ROZ greenfield regions. We will have our featured reception at the Permian Basin Petroleum Museum that evening.

On Thursday, we will continue with the ever-popular CO2 EOR case histories theme sessions with two more ½ day sessions. The sessions will feature several international CO2 EOR case histories and some of the latest advances in U.S. projects in the Permian Basin, Wyoming and Gulf Coast by the many of the leading CO2 flooding companies. In these presentations the speakers are always encouraged to present their newest field- tested ideas and best practices but are also welcomed to discuss the business aspects of flooding during the talks.

The conference week closes at 5:00 pm on Thursday.




Room Blocks :

DoubleTree by Hilton Midland Plaza

Cut Off: TBD

117 West Wall Street

Midland, TX 79701

Phone: 432-683-6131

Fax: 432-683-0958

Click here for DoubleTree booking


Sleep Inn

Cut Off: TBD

5612 Deauville Blvd

Midland, Tx 79706

Phone: (432) 694-4200

Click here for Holiday Inn Express & Suites booking

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Midland County Horseshoe Education Room

2514 Arena Trail

Midland, TX 79706

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