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September 28, 2021

CSUR Technical Webinar: Geoscience for an Energy Transition


As the world is slowly transitioning to non-traditional forms of energy use and consumption there are a number of energy related projects that still require high level geoscience applications in Canada and around the globe. In the last few years Ms. Dorey has worked on projects outside the traditional oil and gas space that still required advanced geoscience skills to ensure a high level of project success and timely completion. In this talk she will discuss a number of the projects including exploration and development for geothermal heat/power, lithium resources, helium exploration as well as Inland LNG and carbon capture and sequestration. The innovative applications and advanced techniques used for these projects will be outlined as well as forward looking thoughts regarding demand for geoscience in other areas.

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September 29, 2021

Canadian Gas Dialogues 2021

Calgary, AB

Natural Gas World (NGW), the global engagement and information platform for the natural gas value chain, presents its third Canadian Gas Dialogues conference – Innovation and Canada’s Natural Gas Value Chain: 21st Century Energy, 21st Century Opportunity – as a live event September 29, 2021 at the Calgary Petroleum Club.

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October 12, 2021

CSUR Technical Webinar: Petro-Lithium and Helium Resources of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin


The Western Canada Sedimentary Basin (WCSB) has been an oil and gas exploration and development area since the early 20th century and has generated and continues to generate immense wealth for all Canadians. Recently there has been a pivot to new types of subsurface resources, which include what are called critical or strategic minerals. Among these are lithium (from oilfield brines) and helium (found trapped within deep strata overlying Precambrian structural highs). Concurrently, the imminent closure of the United States Federal Helium Reserve in Texas in late 2021 requires the identification of new and secure sources of helium, which is used in cryogenic applications for MRI scanners, during the manufacture of semiconductor chips and to purge and pressurize the propulsion systems of missiles and rockets. The pivot to lithium is driven by forecasted steadily-increasing demand, whereas the search for helium is driven by a risk of decreasing supply in the future. Western Canada is well positioned to become a secure source for both of these elements, not only because of its favorable geology, but because exploration for and development of both lithium and helium in the subsurface leverages the knowledge, expertise and infrastructure that currently exists for oil and gas in the WCSB.

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October 26, 2021

CSUR Technical Webinar: Reducing Oilfield Produced Water Management Costs With Chemical Modelling and Databases


Significant water volumes are used in oil and gas production activities in Canada and globally. With decreases in freshwater volume and quality, producers are under pressure to reuse produced water in order to decrease freshwater consumption and reduce disposal volumes. In addition to promoting sustainability, these practices provide an economic advantage for many producers in Alberta and BC. However, the presence of contaminants in oilfield produced water, such as free oil, suspended solids, iron, hydrogen sulfide, polymers, hardness, and many others, could pose challenges in reuse, disposal, or discharge applications of this water. As a result, various water treatment technologies now mitigate contaminants in order to comply with legislation, minimize safety risks, and optimize operations.

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November 9, 2021

CSUR Technical Webinar: Carbon Capture, Storage & Utilization: A US (Lower 48) Perspective


Carbon Capture Utilization & Storage (CCUS) is a perceptible solution in CO2 abatement/intensity reduction if CO2 utilization demographic fully changes to anthropogenic sources. Currently, North America is leading CCUS projects in both numbers and volumes, however, a significant scale up is required for CCUS to play a critical role in decarbonization ambitions.

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June, 2023

The International Society of Offshore and Polar Engineers (ISOPE) Conference

Ottawa, ON

Since ISOPE-1992, the annual ISOPE conferences have been the world’s largest technical conferences of their kind with peer-reviewed papers. These papers are published in paginated proceedings and indexed by Scopus, EI Compendex, Thomson ISTP, Web of Science, Google Scholar, Chemical Abstracts and more. Following the then-record-breaking attendance at ISOPE-2007 Lisbon, the conference set new records with 1,700+ abstracts for ISOPE-2015 Hawaii. The ISOPE-2021 conference is being organized by the Technical Program Committee (TPC) of the International Society of Ocean and Polar Engineers (ISOPE) with 30+ cooperating organizations. Its objective is to provide a timely international forum for researchers and engineers.

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