international acid gas injection symposium

8th International Acid Gas Injection Symposium, 24th -27th September 2019, Ramada Plaza Downtown Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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AGIS VIII workshopS 

Attendees: Everybody who is registered to AGIS VIII will be welcome to join our workshops.

 


AGIS VIII Workshop I — Dr. John Carroll, Gas Liquids Engineering, Calgary, AB

Title: Acid Gas Injection Design

Instructor Bio: John Carroll, Ph.D., P. Eng., has more than thirty years of experience in the areas of thermodynamics, phase equilibria, physical property calculations and is acutely familiar with acid gas systems and natural gas hydrates. He provides Gas Liquids Engineering Ltd. (GLE) with a leading edge theoretical understanding of the key processes in gas processing.

He has authored or co-authored 50 papers in technical journals and has contributed to 60 conference presentations. He has taught courses at the University level and to practicing engineers in Canada and throughout the world. John has published “Natural Gas Hydrates: A Guide for Engineers” and “Acid Gas Injection and Carbon Dioxide Sequestration”. He is the author of the renowned software AQUAlibrium that is widely accepted in industry as the best available for equilibria in acid gas water systems. 


AGIS VIII Workshop II  - Russell Bentley, WSP, Houston, TX USA

Title : Injection Well Technology

Instructor Bio: Russell Bentley’s core area of expertise is drilling management for storage and disposal wells; his varied background also includes project consultation, business development, financial analysis, petroleum engineering and field management.

      Russell is primarily  involved in reservoir and  aquifer storage and  underground waste disposal projects. He is a regional expert in acid gas injection, and served as project manager for recompletion of a 10,000-foot well for injecting hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide into a deep underground aquifer.

      He also oversees consulting services to assess the condition of gas storage wells and establish plans and procedures to maintain their integrity. Earlier in his career, Russell served as a consultant on all aspects of greenhouse gas sequestration, including project management, drilling and well completions with gas plant retrofit designs, open-hole and cased-hole electric logging, reservoir engineering solutions, and mechanical integrity testing. Russell holds a bachelor’s degree in petroleum engineering from the University of Texas, and an MBA from Houston Baptist University. He is the co-author of several publications on acid gas injection. 

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