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RPSEA Member Meeting NAS Shale Forum C. Michael Ming Chicago, IL June 4, 2009 SECURE
RPSEA Member Meeting NAS Shale Forum C. Michael Ming Chicago, IL June 4, 2009 SECURE

RPSEA Member Meeting NAS Shale Forum

C. Michael Ming Chicago, IL June 4, 2009

The Energy Policy Act of 2005 And Section 999: A Industry led Public/Private Partnership for
The Energy Policy Act of 2005 And Section 999: A Industry led Public/Private Partnership for
The Energy Policy Act of 2005 And Section 999: A Industry led Public/Private Partnership for
The Energy Policy Act of 2005 And Section 999: A Industry led Public/Private Partnership for

The Energy Policy Act of 2005 And Section 999:

The Energy Policy Act of 2005 And Section 999: A Industry led Public/Private Partnership for R&D

A Industry led Public/Private Partnership for R&D in the Ultra Deepwater in the Gulf of Mexico and in Unconventional Onshore Natural Gas and Other Petroleum Resources of the United States.

and Other Petroleum Resources of the United States. Copyright Arnfinn Olsen/Statoil ASA Secure Energy for

Copyright Arnfinn Olsen/Statoil ASA

Other Petroleum Resources of the United States. Copyright Arnfinn Olsen/Statoil ASA Secure Energy for America

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Other Petroleum Resources of the United States. Copyright Arnfinn Olsen/Statoil ASA Secure Energy for America
What is Section 999? Specifically, the law directs ‐‐ Research, development, demonstration, and commercial
What is Section 999? Specifically, the law directs ‐‐ Research, development, demonstration, and commercial
What is Section 999? Specifically, the law directs ‐‐ Research, development, demonstration, and commercial
What is Section 999? Specifically, the law directs ‐‐ Research, development, demonstration, and commercial

What is Section 999?

What is Section 999? Specifically, the law directs ‐‐ Research, development, demonstration, and commercial

Specifically, the law directs ‐‐

is Section 999? Specifically, the law directs ‐‐ Research, development, demonstration, and commercial

Research, development, demonstration, and commercial application of technologies for ultra ‐ deepwater and unconventional natural development, demonstration, and commercial application of technologies for ultra deepwater and unconventional natural gas and other petroleum resource

Maximize the U.S resource value by: the U.S resource value by:

petroleum resource Maximize the U.S resource value by: Increasing supply Reducing the cost Increasing E&P

Increasing supply supply

Reducing the cost the cost

Increasing E&P efficiency E&P efficiency

Improving safety and minimizing environmental impacts safety and minimizing environmental impacts

Increasing E&P efficiency Improving safety and minimizing environmental impacts Secure Energy for America

Secure Energy for America

Increasing E&P efficiency Improving safety and minimizing environmental impacts Secure Energy for America
Current Program Structure/Funding Program Funding From Federal Oil and Gas Royalties Total Program: $50 M/yr
Current Program Structure/Funding Program Funding From Federal Oil and Gas Royalties Total Program: $50 M/yr
Current Program Structure/Funding Program Funding From Federal Oil and Gas Royalties Total Program: $50 M/yr
Current Program Structure/Funding Program Funding From Federal Oil and Gas Royalties Total Program: $50 M/yr

Current Program Structure/Funding

Current Program Structure/Funding Program Funding From Federal Oil and Gas Royalties Total Program: $50 M/yr
Program Funding From Federal Oil and Gas Royalties Total Program: $50 M/yr Department of Energy
Program Funding From Federal
Oil and Gas Royalties
Total Program: $50 M/yr
Department of Energy
Fossil Energy Office
$37.5 M Program Consortium Unconventional $16.25 M Ultra‐ deepwater $17.5 M
$37.5 M
Program
Consortium
Unconventional
$16.25 M
Ultra‐ deepwater
$17.5 M

Small Producer Program $3.75 M

$12.5 M
$12.5 M

NETL

InHouse R&D Program

Designed to be 10 year, $500M directed spending.

M NETL In ‐ House R&D Program Designed to be 10 year, $500M directed spending. Secure
M NETL In ‐ House R&D Program Designed to be 10 year, $500M directed spending. Secure

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RPSEA Members Institute PTTC Univ. of Tulsa Chesapeake Energy Devon Energy Fleischaker Co. IOGCC K.
RPSEA Members Institute PTTC Univ. of Tulsa Chesapeake Energy Devon Energy Fleischaker Co. IOGCC K.

RPSEA Members

Institute PTTC Univ. of Tulsa Chesapeake Energy Devon Energy Fleischaker Co. IOGCC K. Stewart Energy
Institute
PTTC
Univ. of Tulsa
Chesapeake Energy
Devon Energy
Fleischaker Co.
IOGCC
K. Stewart Energy
Maxwell Resources
OIPA
Univ. of OK
Williams

ExxonMobil

Pioneer

SiteLark

Western Standard

Altira Group Bill Barrett Corp.

Nance Resources

EnerCrest

Welldog

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck CERI/Colorado School of Mines COGA DCP Midstream Discovery Group Energy Corp EnCana Gunnison Energy HW Process Technologies IPAMS Leede Operating NiCo Resources Robert L. Bayless

Spatial Energy

Gas Technology

University of Kansas

Los Alamos Lab Texas

NMOGA

Sandia Lab

Tech

Strata Production

IPANM

Correlations

Univ. of TX at Austin

TIPRO

TEES/A&M

SwRI

Centre for Marine CNG

-

Newfoundland, Canada

WHOI
WHOI

APS

Idaho National Lab Lawrence Berkeley Lab Lawrence Livermore Lab Stanford Univ. Chevron Corp. Natural Carbon
Idaho National Lab
Lawrence Berkeley Lab
Lawrence Livermore Lab
Stanford Univ.
Chevron Corp.
Natural Carbon
AeroVironment
BreitBurn Energy
Conservation Comm. of
California
Delco Oheb Energy
Drilling & Production
Univ. of Southern
California
Watt Mineral

New England Research

Massachusetts Institute of Technology Penn. State University
Massachusetts
Institute of
Technology
Penn. State
University

West Virginia

University

University of

Michigan

University West Virginia University University of Michigan Novatek University of Utah A GA ARI IODP IPAA

Novatek University of Utah

AGA

ARI

IODP

IPAA

Ohio State

University

NGAS
NGAS

Bretagne

Mississippi State

University

University of South Carolina

NM Tech

Harvard

University of

Petroleum

Alabama

Jackson State University

University of Petroleum Alabama Jackson State University Louisiana State University Univ. of Alaska Fairbanks

Louisiana State

University

Univ. of Alaska Fairbanks

Current Members

Current Members

Pending Members

Pending Members

Acergy US Acute Technology Services Anadarko Apache Apex Spectral B P America Baker Hughes BJ Services Cameron/Curtiss-Wright EMD Capstone Turbine Carbo Ceramics City of Sugar Land ConocoPhillips CSI Technologies Deepwater Structures Det Norske Veritas (USA)

Energy Valley GE/Vetco Greater Fort Bend Cnty EDC Groundwater Services Halliburton HARC Houston Offshore Engineering Houston Technology Center Knowledge Reservoir Marathon Merrick Systems

Nalco NanoRidge Materials Nautilus International Noble Energy OTM Consulting Oxane Materials Petris Technology Petrobras America Quanelle Rice University Rock Solid Images RTI Energy Systems Schlumberger Shell Exploration & Production Simmons and Co. StatoilHydro

Florida International

University

Stress Engineering Technip Technology Intl. Tejas Research Tenaris Texas Energy Center Titanium Engineers Total USA University of Houston VersaMarine Engineering Weatherford

Building a Relevant Portfolio Years Five thru Ten Down- selection, moving to demonstration Year Two
Building a Relevant Portfolio Years Five thru Ten Down- selection, moving to demonstration Year Two

Building a Relevant Portfolio

Building a Relevant Portfolio Years Five thru Ten Down- selection, moving to demonstration Year Two Year

Years Five

thru Ten

Down- selection, moving to demonstration Year Two Year One Smaller more numerous awards towards the
Down-
selection,
moving to
demonstration
Year Two
Year One
Smaller
more
numerous
awards
towards
the basic
end of the
research
spectrum
Careful selection of
key enabling
and cross-cutting
technologies
that meet
multiple objectives
or enable the
development
of a suite of
technologies
--
Grand
Challenges
--
of a suite of technologies -- Grand Challenges -- Development of“low- hanging fruit” or technologies

Development

of“low-

hanging fruit” or technologies that provide incremental improvements in E&P economics, etc.

incremental improvements in E&P economics, etc. Science Themes SECURE ENERGY FOR AMERICA
incremental improvements in E&P economics, etc. Science Themes SECURE ENERGY FOR AMERICA

Science Themes

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Enabling/Cross-cutting Themes

Enhancing Themes

in E&P economics, etc. Science Themes SECURE ENERGY FOR AMERICA Enabling/Cross-cutting Themes Enhancing Themes
RPSEA Technical Forums Technologies for Mitigation of Environmental Impact of Rocky Mountain Unconventional O&G
RPSEA Technical Forums
Technologies for Mitigation of
Environmental Impact of Rocky
Mountain Unconventional O&G
Operations, May 12, 2008
Colorado School of Mines
Tight Gas, Shale Gas &
Coalbed Methane Forum,
November 14, 2006
Colorado School of Mines
Bakken Shale Forum,
November 6, 2007
North Dakota Energy &
Environmental Research
Center
Flow Assurance Forum,
February 8, 2007
University of Tulsa &
Halliburton
Vortex Induced Vibrations
Forum, January 12, 2007
Massachusetts Institute of
Technology & Chevron
Small Producer Forum, December 15, 2006
New Mexico Institute of Mining and
Technology
Autonomous Intervention for
Deepwater O&G Operations
Forum, October 31, 2006
Massachusetts Institute of
Technology & Schlumberger
Produced Water Forum, December 14, 2006
New Mexico Institute of Mining and
Technology
Shale Gas Forum,
December 5, 2006
University of Oklahoma
Problem Identification
Forum, November 29, 2006
University of Southern
California
Unconventional Plays &
Research Needs for
Appalachian Basin Small
Producers Forum,
February 15, 2007 West
Virginia University &
NRCCE
Alaskan Unconventional
Gas Resource Forum,
April7, University of
Alaska Fairbanks2008
Fracture in Devonian Black Shale of
the Appalachian Basin Workshop,
January 8 ‐ 9, 2008
PTTC Appalachian Region & The
Appalachian Geological Society
Seafloor Engineering Forum,
March 9, 2007
Texas A&M University & GE
Shale Plays, Technology, and
Permian Basin Trends
Symposium, November 29, 2007
Midland College and the SPE
Permian Basin Section
Coalbed & Shale Gas
Forum, May 21, 2008
University of Alabama
CO2 EOR & Carbon Sequestration
Forum, April 23, 2008
CO2 Flooding Conference &
Bureau of Economic Geology
CO2 Flooding Conference & Bureau of Economic Geology Low Impact O&G Operations in Environmentally

Low Impact O&G Operations in Environmentally Sensitive Areas Forum, May 30, 2008 Texas A&M University

Seismic E&P Forum, October 10, 2006 University of Houston
Seismic E&P Forum,
October 10, 2006
University of Houston

More Bytes & More Barrels, May 2021 2008 SPE Gulf Coast Section

October 10, 2006 University of Houston More Bytes & More Barrels, May 20 ‐ 21 2008

RPSEA UDW Structure PAC and TACs

Resource of >700 SMEs from industry, academia and government!

Program Advisory Committee “The PAC”
Program Advisory Committee
“The PAC”
Regulatory TAC (X100) 51 Active Members
Regulatory TAC (X100)
51 Active Members
Subsea Systems TAC (X300) 138 Active Members
Subsea Systems TAC (X300)
138 Active Members

Drilling & Completions TAC (X500)

66 Active Members

Flow Assurance TAC (X200)

100 Active Members

Floating Systems TAC (X400)

150 Active Members

Reservoir Engineering TAC (X700) 44 Active Members

Met Ocean TAC (X800) 55 Active Members
Met Ocean TAC (X800)
55 Active Members

Systems Engineering TAC (X900) 76 Active Members

Geoscience TAC (X000) 15 Active Members
Geoscience TAC (X000)
15 Active Members
Technology has Driven the Growth Increased Cost & Risk Improved Technology Steve Holditch Secure Energy
Technology has Driven the Growth Increased Cost & Risk Improved Technology Steve Holditch Secure Energy
Technology has Driven the Growth Increased Cost & Risk Improved Technology Steve Holditch Secure Energy
Technology has Driven the Growth Increased Cost & Risk Improved Technology Steve Holditch Secure Energy

Technology has Driven the Growth

Technology has Driven the Growth Increased Cost & Risk Improved Technology Steve Holditch Secure Energy for
Technology has Driven the Growth Increased Cost & Risk Improved Technology Steve Holditch Secure Energy for
Increased Cost & Risk
Increased Cost & Risk
Improved Technology
Improved Technology

Steve Holditch

has Driven the Growth Increased Cost & Risk Improved Technology Steve Holditch Secure Energy for America
has Driven the Growth Increased Cost & Risk Improved Technology Steve Holditch Secure Energy for America

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Unconventional Onshore Themes Gas Shales Rock properties/Formation Evaluation Fluid flow and storage Stimulation
Unconventional Onshore Themes Gas Shales Rock properties/Formation Evaluation Fluid flow and storage Stimulation
Unconventional Onshore Themes Gas Shales Rock properties/Formation Evaluation Fluid flow and storage Stimulation
Unconventional Onshore Themes Gas Shales Rock properties/Formation Evaluation Fluid flow and storage Stimulation

Unconventional Onshore Themes

Unconventional Onshore Themes Gas Shales Rock properties/Formation Evaluation Fluid flow and storage Stimulation

Gas Shales Shales

Unconventional Onshore Themes Gas Shales Rock properties/Formation Evaluation Fluid flow and storage Stimulation
Unconventional Onshore Themes Gas Shales Rock properties/Formation Evaluation Fluid flow and storage Stimulation

Rock properties/Formation EvaluationUnconventional Onshore Themes Gas Shales Fluid flow and storage Stimulation Water management Cost Reduction in All

Fluid flow and storage flow and storage

Stimulationproperties/Formation Evaluation Fluid flow and storage Water management Cost Reduction in All Aspects of

Water management management

Fluid flow and storage Stimulation Water management Cost Reduction in All Aspects of Operations Coalbed
Cost Reduction in All Aspects of Operations
Cost Reduction
in All Aspects of
Operations

Coalbed Methane Methane

Produced water management water management

Tight Sands Sands

Natural fractures fractures

Sweet spots spots

Formation Evaluationmanagement Tight Sands Natural fractures Sweet spots Wellbore ‐ reservoir connectivity Surface footprint

Wellbore‐ reservoir connectivity reservoir connectivity

Surface footprint footprint

Sweet spots Formation Evaluation Wellbore ‐ reservoir connectivity Surface footprint Secure Energy for America

Secure Energy for America

Sweet spots Formation Evaluation Wellbore ‐ reservoir connectivity Surface footprint Secure Energy for America
US Gas Resource Estimates Continue to Increase William Fisher COGA 2006 Secure Energy for America
US Gas Resource Estimates Continue to Increase William Fisher COGA 2006 Secure Energy for America

US Gas Resource Estimates Continue to Increase

US Gas Resource Estimates Continue to Increase William Fisher COGA 2006 Secure Energy for America
US Gas Resource Estimates Continue to Increase William Fisher COGA 2006 Secure Energy for America
US Gas Resource Estimates Continue to Increase William Fisher COGA 2006 Secure Energy for America

William Fisher COGA 2006

US Gas Resource Estimates Continue to Increase William Fisher COGA 2006 Secure Energy for America
US Gas Resource Estimates Continue to Increase William Fisher COGA 2006 Secure Energy for America

Secure Energy for America

Once only geologic correlation markers, gas shales have redefined the resource base! Secure Energy for

Once only geologic correlation markers, gas shales have redefined the resource base!

Once only geologic correlation markers, gas shales have redefined the resource base! Secure Energy for America
Once only geologic correlation markers, gas shales have redefined the resource base! Secure Energy for America
Once only geologic correlation markers, gas shales have redefined the resource base! Secure Energy for America
Once only geologic correlation markers, gas shales have redefined the resource base! Secure Energy for America

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The Technology Challenges of Small Producers Focus Area – Advancing Technology for Mature Fields Target
The Technology Challenges of Small Producers Focus Area – Advancing Technology for Mature Fields Target
The Technology Challenges of Small Producers Focus Area – Advancing Technology for Mature Fields Target
The Technology Challenges of Small Producers Focus Area – Advancing Technology for Mature Fields Target

The Technology Challenges of Small Producers

The Technology Challenges of Small Producers Focus Area – Advancing Technology for Mature Fields Target –

Focus Area – Advancing Technology for Mature Fields

Focus Area – Advancing Technology for Mature Fields Target – Existing/Mature Oil & Gas Accumulations

Target – Existing/Mature Oil & Gas Accumulations – Existing/Mature Oil & Gas Accumulations

Maximize the value of small producers’ existing asset base the value of small producers’ existing asset base

Leverage existing infrastructurethe value of small producers’ existing asset base Return to production of older assets Minimal additional

Return to production of older assets production of older assets

Minimal additional surface impact additional surface impact

Minimize and reduce the existing environmental impact and reduce the existing environmental impact

Lower cost and maximize production and maximize production

and reduce the existing environmental impact Lower cost and maximize production Secure Energy for America
and reduce the existing environmental impact Lower cost and maximize production Secure Energy for America

Secure Energy for America

and reduce the existing environmental impact Lower cost and maximize production Secure Energy for America
Increasing Lag Between Discovery and Development Proven Reserves Add Value MMS Report 2009 – 016:
Increasing Lag Between Discovery and Development Proven Reserves Add Value MMS Report 2009 – 016:
Increasing Lag Between Discovery and Development Proven Reserves Add Value MMS Report 2009 – 016:
Increasing Lag Between Discovery and Development Proven Reserves Add Value MMS Report 2009 – 016:

Increasing Lag Between Discovery and Development

Increasing Lag Between Discovery and Development Proven Reserves Add Value MMS Report 2009 – 016: Deepwater

Proven Reserves Add Value

Discovery and Development Proven Reserves Add Value MMS Report 2009 – 016: Deepwater Gulf of Mexico

MMS Report 2009 – 016: Deepwater Gulf of Mexico 2009. (continuing trend from 2008 013 report)

016: Deepwater Gulf of Mexico 2009. (continuing trend from 2008 ‐ 013 report) Secure Energy for

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016: Deepwater Gulf of Mexico 2009. (continuing trend from 2008 ‐ 013 report) Secure Energy for
GOM Ultra-deepwater Activity • Walker Ridge /Keathley Canyon – Sub-salt – Deeper wells – Tight
GOM Ultra-deepwater Activity • Walker Ridge /Keathley Canyon – Sub-salt – Deeper wells – Tight
GOM Ultra-deepwater Activity • Walker Ridge /Keathley Canyon – Sub-salt – Deeper wells – Tight
GOM Ultra-deepwater Activity • Walker Ridge /Keathley Canyon – Sub-salt – Deeper wells – Tight

GOM Ultra-deepwater Activity

GOM Ultra-deepwater Activity • Walker Ridge /Keathley Canyon – Sub-salt – Deeper wells – Tight formations
GOM Ultra-deepwater Activity • Walker Ridge /Keathley Canyon – Sub-salt – Deeper wells – Tight formations
• Walker Ridge /Keathley Canyon – Sub-salt – Deeper wells – Tight formations • Alaminos
• Walker Ridge /Keathley
Canyon
– Sub-salt
– Deeper wells
– Tight formations
• Alaminos Canyon
– Viscous crude
– Lacking infrastructure
I H
• Eastern Gulf – Gas
Independence Hub
– Higher pressure
A C
W
R
– Higher Temperature
– CO 2 / H 2 S
Great White
Higher Drilling Costs
K
C
Challenging Economics
DeepStar/BP (Nov04)
H 2 S Great White Higher Drilling Costs K C Challenging Economics DeepStar/BP (Nov04) Secure Energy

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H 2 S Great White Higher Drilling Costs K C Challenging Economics DeepStar/BP (Nov04) Secure Energy
Ultra Deepwater Needs • Drilling, completion and intervention breakthroughs • Appraisal & development geoscience
Ultra Deepwater Needs • Drilling, completion and intervention breakthroughs • Appraisal & development geoscience
Ultra Deepwater Needs • Drilling, completion and intervention breakthroughs • Appraisal & development geoscience
Ultra Deepwater Needs • Drilling, completion and intervention breakthroughs • Appraisal & development geoscience

Ultra Deepwater Needs

Ultra Deepwater Needs • Drilling, completion and intervention breakthroughs • Appraisal & development geoscience
Ultra Deepwater Needs • Drilling, completion and intervention breakthroughs • Appraisal & development geoscience

Drilling, completion and intervention breakthroughs

Appraisal & development geoscience and reservoir engineering

Significantly extend subsea tieback distances & surface host elimination

Dry trees/direct well intervention and risers in 10,000’ wd

Continuous improvement / optimize field development

Per wellbore recovery

Cost reduction

Reliability improvements

Efficiency improvements

Associated safety and environmental trade-offs

improvements – Efficiency improvements • Associated safety and environmental trade-offs Secure Energy for America

Secure Energy for America

improvements – Efficiency improvements • Associated safety and environmental trade-offs Secure Energy for America
2007 & 2008 UDW Selection Process 120+ Project Ideas $300 MM 70 Project Ideas $175
2007 & 2008 UDW Selection Process 120+ Project Ideas $300 MM 70 Project Ideas $175

2007 & 2008 UDW Selection Process

2007 & 2008 UDW Selection Process 120+ Project Ideas $300 MM 70 Project Ideas $175 MM
2007 & 2008 UDW Selection Process 120+ Project Ideas $300 MM 70 Project Ideas $175 MM
120+ Project Ideas $300 MM 70 Project Ideas $175 MM July, 2007 26 Project Ideas
120+ Project Ideas
$300 MM
70 Project Ideas
$175 MM
July, 2007
26 Project Ideas
$30 MM
Project Ideas $175 MM July, 2007 26 Project Ideas $30 MM April, 2007 June, 2007 RPSEA

April, 2007

$175 MM July, 2007 26 Project Ideas $30 MM April, 2007 June, 2007 RPSEA 2007 &
$175 MM July, 2007 26 Project Ideas $30 MM April, 2007 June, 2007 RPSEA 2007 &

June, 2007

RPSEA 2007 & 2008 Projects

July, 2007 26 Project Ideas $30 MM April, 2007 June, 2007 RPSEA 2007 & 2008 Projects

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July, 2007 26 Project Ideas $30 MM April, 2007 June, 2007 RPSEA 2007 & 2008 Projects
2007 UDW projects Project Project Title Number Selected Award (RPSEA max) of bids DW1201 Wax
2007 UDW projects Project Project Title Number Selected Award (RPSEA max) of bids DW1201 Wax
2007 UDW projects Project Project Title Number Selected Award (RPSEA max) of bids DW1201 Wax
2007 UDW projects Project Project Title Number Selected Award (RPSEA max) of bids DW1201 Wax

2007 UDW projects

2007 UDW projects Project Project Title Number Selected Award (RPSEA max) of bids DW1201 Wax

Project

Project Title

Number

Selected

Award (RPSEA

max)

of bids

DW1201

Wax Control

3

University of Utah

$400,000

DW1301

Improvements to Deepwater subsea measurements

2

Letton Hall Group

$3,564,000

DW1302

High Conductivity Umbilicals

2

Technip

$448,000

DW1401

Composite Riser for UDW High Pressure Wells

3

Lincoln Composites

$1,680,000

DW1402

Deepwater dry tree system for drilling production

4

FloTec / Houston Offshore

$936,000

DW1403

Fatigue Performance of High Strength Riser Materials

2

SwRI

$800,000

DW1501

Extreme Reach Development

2

Tejas

$200,000

DW1603

Design investigation xHPHT, SSSV

6

Rice Univ.

$120,000

DW1603

Robotic MFL Sensor; monitoring & inspecting risers

 

Rice Univ.

$120,000

DW1603

Hydrate Plugging Risk

 

Tulsa Univ.

$120,000

DW1603

Hydrate Characterization & Dissociation Strategies

 

Tulsa Univ.

$120,000

DW1701

Improved Recovery

2

Knowledge Reservoir

$1,600,000

DW1801

Effect of Global Warming on Hurricane Activity

1

NCAR

$560,000

DW1901

Subsea processing System Integration

2

GE Research

$1,200,000

DW1902

Deep Sea Hybrid Power Systems:

1

HARC

$480,000

DW2001

Geophysical Modeling Methods

2

SEG

$2,000,000

summary

32

$14,348,000

Geophysical Modeling Methods 2 SEG $2,000,000 summary 3 2 $14,348,000 Secure Energy for America

Secure Energy for America

2008 UDW projects TAC Number Impact 2008 RPSEA Max Share DW 2101 New Safety Barrier
2008 UDW projects TAC Number Impact 2008 RPSEA Max Share DW 2101 New Safety Barrier
2008 UDW projects TAC Number Impact 2008 RPSEA Max Share DW 2101 New Safety Barrier
2008 UDW projects TAC Number Impact 2008 RPSEA Max Share DW 2101 New Safety Barrier

2008 UDW projects

2008 UDW projects TAC Number Impact 2008 RPSEA Max Share DW 2101 New Safety Barrier Testing

TAC Number

Impact

2008 RPSEA Max Share

DW 2101

New Safety Barrier Testing Methods

$

128,000

DW 1202

EOS improvement for xHPHT

$1,600,000

DW 2201

Viscous Oil PVT

 

$460,000

DW 2301

Deepwater Riserless Light Well Intervention

$3,411,500

DW 1502

Coil Tubing Drilling & Intervention

 

$820,000

DW 2501

Early Reservoir Appraisal, Utilizing a Low Cost Well Testing System - Phase 1

 

$880,000

DW 2502

Modeling and Simulation; MPD

 

$384,000

DW 2701

Resources to Reserves Development and Acceleration through Appraisal

 

$400,000

DW 2801

Gulf 3-D Operational Current Model Pilot

$1,248,000

DW 2901

power distribution & components (Component Qualification)

$4,811,000

10 Projects

Totals

$14,142,500

components (Component Qualification) $4,811,000 10 Projects Totals $14,142,500 Secure Energy for America

Secure Energy for America

components (Component Qualification) $4,811,000 10 Projects Totals $14,142,500 Secure Energy for America
2009 UDW Funding RPSEA YR3 Funding Allocation (2009) Funding Distribution ($k) Title / Description Low
2009 UDW Funding RPSEA YR3 Funding Allocation (2009) Funding Distribution ($k) Title / Description Low

2009 UDW Funding

RPSEA YR3 Funding Allocation (2009) Funding Distribution ($k) Title / Description Low High Average Need
RPSEA YR3 Funding Allocation (2009)
Funding Distribution ($k)
Title / Description
Low
High
Average
Need #1
Drilling Completion and Intervention Breakthroughs
6,250
1
Drilling
2,000
5,000
3,500
2
Completions
1,000
3,000
2,000
3
Intervention (Downole Services)
-
4
Intervention (In-Water IMR)
500
1,000
750
5
Extended Well Testing
-
Need # 2
Appraisal & development geosciences and reservoir engineering
1,500
6
Reservoir Surveillance
1,000
2,000
1,500
Need #3
Significantly extend subsea tieback distances / surface host elimination
3,625
7
Stabilized Flow
750
1,500
1,125
8
Subsea Power
-
9
Subsea Processing, Pressure Boosting, Instrumentation and Controls
2,000
3,000
2,500
Need #4
Dry trees / Direct well intervention and risers in 10,000' wd.
-
10
Riser Systems
-
11
Dry Tree Structures
-
Need #5
Continuous Improvement / Optimize field development
3,000
12
Long Term Research and Development and Graduate Student Program
1,000
2,000
1,500
13
Sensors, tools and Inspection Processes
1,000
2,000
1,500
Bridging and Contingency
500
750
625
Need #6
Associated Safety and Environmental Concerns
500
14
Environmental Issues
250
750
500
10,000
21,000
14,875
Environmental Concerns 500 14 Environmental Issues 250 750 500 10,000 21,000 14,875 Secure Energy for America

Secure Energy for America

UDW Program status Categories 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 Proposals selected awarded
UDW Program status Categories 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 Proposals selected awarded
UDW Program status Categories 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 Proposals selected awarded
UDW Program status Categories 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 Proposals selected awarded
UDW Program status Categories 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 Proposals selected awarded
UDW Program status Categories 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 Proposals selected awarded
UDW Program status Categories 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 Proposals selected awarded
UDW Program status Categories 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 Proposals selected awarded

UDW Program status

UDW Program status Categories 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 Proposals selected awarded
UDW Program status Categories 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 Proposals selected awarded
UDW Program status Categories 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 Proposals selected awarded
UDW Program status Categories 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 Proposals selected awarded
UDW Program status Categories 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 Proposals selected awarded
UDW Program status Categories 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 Proposals selected awarded
UDW Program status Categories 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 Proposals selected awarded

Categories

2007

2007

2007

2008

2008

2008

Proposals

selected

awarded

proposals

selected

awarded

Universities / National Labs

 

5

5

8

3

 

Nonprofit

 

4

4

1

1

 

Corporation

For Profit Corporation

 

8

7

16

5

 

Total

32

17

16

25

9 out of

0

16

  8 7 16 5   Total 32 17 16 25 9 out of 0 16
  8 7 16 5   Total 32 17 16 25 9 out of 0 16

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  8 7 16 5   Total 32 17 16 25 9 out of 0 16
  8 7 16 5   Total 32 17 16 25 9 out of 0 16
2010 UDW Plan Strategy • RPSEA draft Annual Plan currently being prepared. UDW program will
2010 UDW Plan Strategy • RPSEA draft Annual Plan currently being prepared. UDW program will
2010 UDW Plan Strategy • RPSEA draft Annual Plan currently being prepared. UDW program will
2010 UDW Plan Strategy • RPSEA draft Annual Plan currently being prepared. UDW program will

2010 UDW Plan Strategy

2010 UDW Plan Strategy • RPSEA draft Annual Plan currently being prepared. UDW program will include;

RPSEA draft Annual Plan currently being prepared. UDW program will include;

Follow-on work from 2007 & 2008

New releases

Graduate Student and Innovative / Novel projects

A focus to drive technology to demonstration mode

Submit to NETL July, 2009

FACA reviews

Week of 15 th of September 2009

Week of 12 th of October 2009

Final review End of October 2009

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September 2009 – Week of 12 t h of October 2009 – Final review End of
Award Composition ‐ 2007 Program       Ultra   Small Producer On Shore Deepwater
Award Composition ‐ 2007 Program       Ultra   Small Producer On Shore Deepwater
Award Composition ‐ 2007 Program       Ultra   Small Producer On Shore Deepwater
Award Composition ‐ 2007 Program       Ultra   Small Producer On Shore Deepwater

Award Composition 2007 Program

Award Composition ‐ 2007 Program       Ultra   Small Producer On Shore Deepwater
Award Composition ‐ 2007 Program       Ultra   Small Producer On Shore Deepwater
Award Composition ‐ 2007 Program       Ultra   Small Producer On Shore Deepwater
     

Ultra

 

Small Producer

On Shore

Deepwater

Total

Un i versi ti es

6

13

5

2

4

For P rof i ts

0

1

8

9

Non P rof i ts

0

1

4

5

N ati on a l L a bs

1

2

0

3

State A gen c i es

0

2

0

2

Total Selected

7

19

17

43

0 3 State A gen c i es 0 2 0 2 Total Selected 7 19

Secure Energy for America

0 3 State A gen c i es 0 2 0 2 Total Selected 7 19
Award Value – 2007 Program   Total Value RPSEA Share Cost Share Cost Share %
Award Value – 2007 Program   Total Value RPSEA Share Cost Share Cost Share %
Award Value – 2007 Program   Total Value RPSEA Share Cost Share Cost Share %
Award Value – 2007 Program   Total Value RPSEA Share Cost Share Cost Share %

Award Value – 2007 Program

Award Value – 2007 Program   Total Value RPSEA Share Cost Share Cost Share % (000)
Award Value – 2007 Program   Total Value RPSEA Share Cost Share Cost Share % (000)
Award Value – 2007 Program   Total Value RPSEA Share Cost Share Cost Share % (000)
 

Total Value

RPSEA Share

Cost Share

Cost Share %

(000)

(000)

(000)

Small Producer

$ 5,334

$ 2,981

$

2,353

44

On Shore

$33,620

$17,938

 

$15,682

47

Ultra Deepwater

$20,311

$15,317

$

4,994

25

Total Program

$59,265

$36,236

 

$23,029

39

$15,317 $ 4,994 25 Total Program $59,265 $36,236   $23,029 39 Secure Energy for America

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$15,317 $ 4,994 25 Total Program $59,265 $36,236   $23,029 39 Secure Energy for America
2008 Awards     Small Producer On Shore Total   Universities   4   5
2008 Awards     Small Producer On Shore Total   Universities   4   5
2008 Awards     Small Producer On Shore Total   Universities   4   5
2008 Awards     Small Producer On Shore Total   Universities   4   5

2008 Awards

2008 Awards     Small Producer On Shore Total   Universities   4   5  
   

Small Producer

On Shore

Total

 

Universities

 

4

 

5

 

9

For Profits

 

2

 

1

 

3

NonProfits

   

2

 

2

National Labs

   

1

 

1

State Agencies

     

Total Selected

 

6

 

9

 

15

 

Total Value

RPSEA share

Cost Share

Cost Share %

(000)

(000)

 

(000)

Small Producer

 

$6,836

 

$3,140

 

$3,695

 

54

On Shore

 

$17,182

 

$13,746

 

$6,836

 

40

Total Program

 

$24,019

 

$16,886

 

$10,532

 

44

40 Total Program   $24,019   $16,886   $10,532   44 Secure Energy for America

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40 Total Program   $24,019   $16,886   $10,532   44 Secure Energy for America
RPSEA Program Status by Year 2007 41 of 43 selections awarded and under contract and
RPSEA Program Status by Year 2007 41 of 43 selections awarded and under contract and
RPSEA Program Status by Year 2007 41 of 43 selections awarded and under contract and
RPSEA Program Status by Year 2007 41 of 43 selections awarded and under contract and

RPSEA Program Status by Year

RPSEA Program Status by Year 2007 41 of 43 selections awarded and under contract and in
2007

2007

41 of 43 selections awarded and under contract and in research of 43 selections awarded and under contract and in research

selection certified and contracted and ready to commence certified and contracted and ready to commence

1

selection finalizing contract details finalizing contract details

1

2008

2008

Unconventional Natural Gas selections in negotiations Natural Gas selections in negotiations

9

Small Producer selections in negotiations Producer selections in negotiations

6

UDW selections in negotiations selections in negotiations

3

UDW selections under review selections under review

6

2009

2009

Solicitations targeted for late summer 2009

Solicitations targeted for late summer 2009

2010 Annual Plan development ongoing with a target DOE approval date by 12/31/09

2010

Annual Plan development ongoing with a target DOE approval date by 12/31/09

2010 Annual Plan development ongoing with a target DOE approval date by 12/31/09 Secure Energy for

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2010 Annual Plan development ongoing with a target DOE approval date by 12/31/09 Secure Energy for
Administrative Process Improvements – Two ‐step proposal process – Fixed hourly rate option – Supplemental

Administrative Process Improvements

– Two ‐step proposal process – Fixed hourly rate option
Two ‐step proposal process
Fixed hourly rate option

Supplemental subcontract negotiation support

Updated property management provision

hourly rate option – Supplemental subcontract negotiation support – Updated property management provision
hourly rate option – Supplemental subcontract negotiation support – Updated property management provision
hourly rate option – Supplemental subcontract negotiation support – Updated property management provision
hourly rate option – Supplemental subcontract negotiation support – Updated property management provision
hourly rate option – Supplemental subcontract negotiation support – Updated property management provision
“You miss 100% of t he shots you don’t ta k e.” Wayne Gretzky mming@rpsea.org
“You miss 100% of t he shots you don’t ta k e.” Wayne Gretzky mming@rpsea.org
“You miss 100% of t he shots you don’t ta k e.” Wayne Gretzky mming@rpsea.org
“You miss 100% of t he shots you don’t ta k e.” Wayne Gretzky mming@rpsea.org
“You miss 100% of t he shots you don’t ta k e.” Wayne Gretzky mming@rpsea.org
“You miss 100% of t he shots you don’t ta k e.” Wayne Gretzky mming@rpsea.org
“You miss 100% of t he shots you don’t ta k e.” Wayne Gretzky mming@rpsea.org
“You miss 100% of t he shots you don’t ta k e.” Wayne Gretzky mming@rpsea.org
“You miss 100% of t he shots you don’t ta k e.” Wayne Gretzky mming@rpsea.org

“You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.”

Wayne Gretzky

mming@rpsea.org

www.rpsea.org

of t he shots you don’t ta k e.” Wayne Gretzky mming@rpsea.org www.rpsea.org Secure Energy for

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of t he shots you don’t ta k e.” Wayne Gretzky mming@rpsea.org www.rpsea.org Secure Energy for
2009 UDW Initiatives Need 1: Drilling, Completion and Intervention Breakthroughs • Proposals will be requested
2009 UDW Initiatives Need 1: Drilling, Completion and Intervention Breakthroughs • Proposals will be requested
2009 UDW Initiatives Need 1: Drilling, Completion and Intervention Breakthroughs • Proposals will be requested
2009 UDW Initiatives Need 1: Drilling, Completion and Intervention Breakthroughs • Proposals will be requested

2009 UDW Initiatives

2009 UDW Initiatives Need 1: Drilling, Completion and Intervention Breakthroughs • Proposals will be requested

Need 1: Drilling, Completion and Intervention Breakthroughs

Proposals will be requested identifying novel ideas to reduce well construction and completion costs. Need 2: Appraisal and Development Geoscience and Reservoir Engineering

Proposals will be requested in the area of production and reservoir surveillance. Need 3: Significantly Extend Subsea Tieback Distances/Surface Host Elimination

Proposals may be requested in one or more of the following areas:

Ultra-deepwater flow assurance especially for the areas of solids (asphaltenes, hydrates, waxes, and scale) deposition and plug formation management

Pressure boosting

Autonomous underwater vehicles and intervention

Subsea processing/produced water treatment

underwater vehicles and intervention – Subsea processing/produced water treatment Secure Energy for America

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underwater vehicles and intervention – Subsea processing/produced water treatment Secure Energy for America
2009 Anticipated Initiatives, cont’d Need 4: Dry Trees/Direct Well Intervention and Risers in 10,000’ Water
2009 Anticipated Initiatives, cont’d Need 4: Dry Trees/Direct Well Intervention and Risers in 10,000’ Water
2009 Anticipated Initiatives, cont’d Need 4: Dry Trees/Direct Well Intervention and Risers in 10,000’ Water
2009 Anticipated Initiatives, cont’d Need 4: Dry Trees/Direct Well Intervention and Risers in 10,000’ Water

2009 Anticipated Initiatives, cont’d

2009 Anticipated Initiatives, cont’d Need 4: Dry Trees/Direct Well Intervention and Risers in 10,000’ Water Depth

Need 4: Dry Trees/Direct Well Intervention and Risers in 10,000’ Water Depth

No proposals in this area are expected. Need 5: Continuous Improvement/Optimize Field Development

Proposals in this need area may include:

Advancing industry understanding of phenomena impacting ultra-deepwater operations such as vortex-induced vibration

Improvements in integrity management and reliability

Additional graduate student project funding

High risk, high reward ‘long-shot’ R&D opportunities

Need 6: Associated Safety and Environmental Concerns

Ultra-deepwater efforts in this need area will involve the assessment of environmental and safety impact of RPSEA UDW funded technology development projects. This effort may take the form of individual solicitations or elements of more extensive project based solicitations. Areas of study may include:

Improved Metocean understanding

Discharge of produced water subsea – technology and regulatory aspects

understanding – Discharge of produced water subsea – technology and regulatory aspects Secure Energy for America

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understanding – Discharge of produced water subsea – technology and regulatory aspects Secure Energy for America
New Two ‐ Phase Proposal Process • RPSEA has implementing a Two ‐Phase proposal process

New Two Phase Proposal Process

• RPSEA has implementing a Two ‐Phase proposal process •
• RPSEA has implementing a Two ‐Phase proposal process

Phase 1 – Technical proposal with a cost summary

Phase 2 – Detailed cost and other supporting documentation for those proposals selected to negotiate toward award

This Two Phase approach alleviates unnecessary effort for proposals not selected to negotiate toward award.

Two ‐ Phase approach alleviates unnecessary effort for proposals not selected to negotiate toward award.
Two ‐ Phase approach alleviates unnecessary effort for proposals not selected to negotiate toward award.
Two ‐ Phase approach alleviates unnecessary effort for proposals not selected to negotiate toward award.
Two ‐ Phase approach alleviates unnecessary effort for proposals not selected to negotiate toward award.
Two ‐ Phase approach alleviates unnecessary effort for proposals not selected to negotiate toward award.
New Two ‐ Phase Proposal Process (continued) • Phase 1 – Request for Technical Proposal

New Two Phase Proposal Process

(continued)

• Phase 1 – Request for Technical Proposal • Submit technical response and summary cost
Phase 1 – Request for Technical Proposal
Submit technical response and summary cost information
RPSEA review teams evaluate and score proposals

Review teams recommend selection to RPSEA President

RPSEA President recommends selections to DOE

DOE approves selections

selection to RPSEA President • RPSEA President recommends selections to DOE • DOE approves selections
selection to RPSEA President • RPSEA President recommends selections to DOE • DOE approves selections
selection to RPSEA President • RPSEA President recommends selections to DOE • DOE approves selections
selection to RPSEA President • RPSEA President recommends selections to DOE • DOE approves selections
selection to RPSEA President • RPSEA President recommends selections to DOE • DOE approves selections
New Two ‐ Phase Proposal Process (continued) • Phase 2 • Selected organizations prepare final

New Two Phase Proposal Process

(continued)

• Phase 2 • Selected organizations prepare final documentation to support negotiations toward award.
• Phase 2
• Selected organizations prepare final documentation to support
negotiations toward award.

Detailed cost proposal

Other government required forms (next slide)

Negotiate final subcontract

• Detailed cost proposal • Other government required forms (next slide) • Negotiate final subcontract
• Detailed cost proposal • Other government required forms (next slide) • Negotiate final subcontract
• Detailed cost proposal • Other government required forms (next slide) • Negotiate final subcontract
• Detailed cost proposal • Other government required forms (next slide) • Negotiate final subcontract
• Detailed cost proposal • Other government required forms (next slide) • Negotiate final subcontract
Phase 2 Documentation

Phase 2 Documentation

Phase 2 Documentation
Phase 2 Documentation
Phase 2 Documentation
Phase 2 Documentation
Phase 2 Documentation
Phase 2 Documentation
Fixed Hourly Rates • Cost reimbursable subcontracting requires that cost be invoiced as actual cost

Fixed Hourly Rates

• Cost reimbursable subcontracting requires that cost be invoiced as actual cost incurred •
• Cost reimbursable subcontracting requires that cost be
invoiced as actual cost incurred

For labor, that means each individual’s actual wages plus their actual indirect costs (fringe, OH, G&A)

The project begins with a provisional indirect rate

Costs are tracked for the duration of the project and the final actual indirect costs are reconciled

In lieu of this approach, for companies that do not have prior federal cost reimbursable subcontracting experience, RPSEA may offer the option of establishing a predetermined fixed hourly rate not subject to final reconciliation

A fixed hourly rate would be established for each individual performing work on the project

• A fixed hourly rate would be established for each individual performing work on the project
• A fixed hourly rate would be established for each individual performing work on the project
• A fixed hourly rate would be established for each individual performing work on the project
• A fixed hourly rate would be established for each individual performing work on the project
• A fixed hourly rate would be established for each individual performing work on the project

Supplemental Subcontract Negotiators

• Subcontract negotiations are labor intensive and surge shortly after project selection
• Subcontract negotiations are labor intensive and surge shortly
after project selection

RPSEA has contracted with a federal procurement consulting firm to provide surge resources

Established a working relationship during negotiations of the 2007 program awards

Anticipate significant improvements in timeliness of 2008 subcontract negotiations

the 2007 program awards • Anticipate significant improvements in timeliness of 2008 subcontract negotiations
the 2007 program awards • Anticipate significant improvements in timeliness of 2008 subcontract negotiations
the 2007 program awards • Anticipate significant improvements in timeliness of 2008 subcontract negotiations
the 2007 program awards • Anticipate significant improvements in timeliness of 2008 subcontract negotiations
the 2007 program awards • Anticipate significant improvements in timeliness of 2008 subcontract negotiations
Updated Property Management Clause • RPSEA negotiated with DOE to allow implementation of a new,

Updated Property Management Clause

•

RPSEA negotiated with DOE to allow implementation of a new, improved Government Property Management Clause

Previous clause required subcontractors to have a government approved property management system

New clause allows subcontractors to utilize consensus standard property management systems

management system • New clause allows subcontractors to utilize consensus standard property management systems
management system • New clause allows subcontractors to utilize consensus standard property management systems
management system • New clause allows subcontractors to utilize consensus standard property management systems
management system • New clause allows subcontractors to utilize consensus standard property management systems
management system • New clause allows subcontractors to utilize consensus standard property management systems
A Small Organization, A Large Network RPSEA Board of Directors and Executive Committee Strategic Advisory
A Small Organization, A Large Network RPSEA Board of Directors and Executive Committee Strategic Advisory
A Small Organization, A Large Network RPSEA Board of Directors and Executive Committee Strategic Advisory
A Small Organization, A Large Network RPSEA Board of Directors and Executive Committee Strategic Advisory

A Small Organization, A Large Network

A Small Organization, A Large Network RPSEA Board of Directors and Executive Committee Strategic Advisory
RPSEA Board of Directors and Executive Committee Strategic Advisory Committee (SAC) President (Program Manager)
RPSEA Board of Directors
and Executive Committee
Strategic Advisory
Committee (SAC)
President
(Program Manager)
Small Producer
Regional Advisory
Group (RAG)
VP Operations
VP Offshore
VP Onshore
Small Producer
Operations Team
Support from
SAIC
Ultra ‐deepwater Team
Support from
Chevron/DeepStar
Unconventional
Small Producer
Team Support
Team support
Environmental
Advisory Group (EAG)
from GTI
from NMT
Program Advisory Committee (PAC)
Offshore
Program Advisory Committee (PAC)
Onshore
Technical Advisory Committees (TAC)
Offshore
Technical Advisory Committees (TAC)
Onshore
Offshore Technical Advisory Committees (TAC) Onshore Well over 1,000 experts have participated in this

Well over 1,000 experts have participated in this process! Secure Energy for America

Committees (TAC) Onshore Well over 1,000 experts have participated in this process! Secure Energy for America

RPSEA Unconvent i ona l Gas Program Components & Approach

Resource Assessment Drilling Exploration Technologies Stimulation & Completion Reservoir Description &
Resource
Assessment
Drilling
Exploration
Technologies
Stimulation &
Completion
Reservoir
Description &
Engineering
Environmental &
Water
Management
Integrated Basin Analysis Technology Dissemination Impact By Geologic Basin and Unconventional Resource
Integrated Basin
Analysis
Technology
Dissemination
Impact By
Geologic Basin
and
Unconventional
Resource
Basin Analysis Technology Dissemination Impact By Geologic Basin and Unconventional Resource e.g., CBM 39
e.g., CBM
e.g., CBM

39

Arkla/TX MI-IL

Denver Raton Anadarko

Powder Arkoma

Warrior

N. Midcon

Williston

California

S. Texas

River

Wind River

San Juan

Appalachia

Permian/Ft.Worth

Green Uinta/Piceance

Oregon/Washington

Unconventional Gas (Tcf ) By Geologic Basin

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

0

65 Tcf CBM Gas Shales Tight Gas Sands 69 Tcf 159 Tcf Total 293 Tcf
65
Tcf
CBM
Gas Shales
Tight Gas Sands
69
Tcf
159
Tcf
Total 293 Tcf

NPC 2003

40

Integrated Basin Analysis

Drilling

Stimulation and Completion

Water Management

Environmental

Reservoir Description & Management

Reservoir Engineering

Resource Assessment

Exploration Technologies

41

CBM

10%

Gas Shales 45%

Tight Sands 45%

 

$3.4M (GTI)

$2.9M(CSM) - Piceance

New Albany

$.08M (Penn St.) Microwave CBM

$.09M - Carter -Cutters $.69M (U.Houston) $.95M UT-Refrac

$.09M - Carter -Cutters $.69M (U.Houston) $.95M UT-Refrac

$1.05M (TEES) Gel Damage $.22M (Tulsa) Frac Damage

$1.56M (CSM) Intergrated Treatment Framework

$1.56M (CSM) Intergrated Treatment Framework
$1.56M (CSM) Intergrated Treatment Framework
Frac Damage $1.56M (CSM) Intergrated Treatment Framework   $1.07M (LBNL) High Resolution Imaging $1.7M (LBNL)
Frac Damage $1.56M (CSM) Intergrated Treatment Framework   $1.07M (LBNL) High Resolution Imaging $1.7M (LBNL)
Frac Damage $1.56M (CSM) Intergrated Treatment Framework   $1.07M (LBNL) High Resolution Imaging $1.7M (LBNL)
 

$1.07M (LBNL) High Resolution Imaging

$1.07M (LBNL) High Resolution Imaging

$1.7M (LBNL) Expert Teaching System Tgas

$1.7M (LBNL) Expert Teaching System Tgas

$.31M (TEES) Dev. Strategy/Decision Model

$.44M (Tulsa) Wamsutter $1.07M (UofUtah) Forecasting TGas $.52M (Stanford) Condensate

(UofUtah) Forecasting TGas $.52M (Stanford) Condensate $.50M (Geo Surv)Alabama Shales $.43M (Utah Geo)Manning

$.50M (Geo Surv)Alabama Shales $.43M (Utah Geo)Manning Shales

$.67M (CSM) Gas Comp. Rockies

$.86M (CSM) Coal &Bugs

$.86M (CSM) Coal &Bugs
$.86M (CSM) Coal &Bugs

H

M

L

High Priority

Medium Priority

Low Priority

Resource Focus

Technology Focus

Current Portfolio

 

CBM

10%

Gas Shales 45%

Tight Sands 45%

Integrated Basin Analysis

 

New Albany (GTI) $3.4

Piceance (CSM) $2.9

Drilling

     

Stimulation and Completion

Microw ave CBM (Penn) $.08

Cutters (Carter) $.09 Frac (UT Austin) $.69 Refrac (UT Austin) $.95 Frac Cond (TEES) $1.6

Gel Damage (TEES) $1.05 Frac Damage (Tulsa) $.22

Water Management

Integrated Treatment Framework (CSM) $1.56

Barnett & Appalachian (GTI)

 

$2.5

Frac Water Reuse (GE) $1.1

Environmental

*

Environmentally Friendly

*

Drilling (HARC)* $2.2

Reservoir Description & Management

 

Hi Res. Imag. (LBNL) $1.1 Gas Isotope (Caltech) $1.2 Marcellus Nat. Frac./Stress (BEG) $1.0

Tight Gas Exp. System (LBNL) $1.7 Strat. Controls on Perm. (CSM) $0.1

Reservoir Engineering

 

Decision Model (TEES) $.31 Coupled Analysis (LBNL)

Wamsutter (Tulsa) $.44 Forecasting (Utah) $1.1 Condensate (Stanford) $.52

$2.9

Resource Assessment

 

Alabama Shales (AL GS) $.5 Manning Shales (UT GS) $.43

Rockies Gas Comp. (CSM)

$.67

Exploration Technologies

 

Multi-Azimuth Seismic (BEG)

 

Coal & Bugs (CSM) $.86

$1.1

2008 Program Priorities

42

$2.5

H

M

L

$20.0

High Priority

Medium Priority

Low Priority

$9.8

2007 Projects 2008 Projects

$6.3

$0.0

$4.7

$5.2

$2.2

$5.1

$5.3

$1.6

$2.0

$32.3

Unconventional
Unconventional

Gas Projects

CSM - Coal Bugs Utah - Paleo Shales Tulsa – Wamsutter CSM – Gas Quality U of Utah – TGS CSM – Produced Wtr. CSM – Piceance TGS CSM – Strat Control

Produced Wtr. CSM – Piceance TGS CSM – Strat Control Cross Cutting Technical Projects UH –
Cross Cutting Technical Projects UH – Fracturing (UT) LBNL – Self Teaching Expert System UT
Cross Cutting Technical Projects
UH – Fracturing (UT)
LBNL – Self Teaching Expert System
UT – Refracturing
TEES – Fracturing Gels
LBNL – High Resolution Imaging
PSU – Microwave Coals
Carter – Saws
Tulsa – Novel Fracturing Fluids
Stanford – Condensate
Tulsa – Novel Fracturing Fluids Stanford – Condensate BEG – Marcellus Natural Fractures GE – Frac
Tulsa – Novel Fracturing Fluids Stanford – Condensate BEG – Marcellus Natural Fractures GE – Frac

BEG – Marcellus Natural Fractures

GE – Frac Water Reuse

GTI – New Albany

Alabama - Shales

Cross Cutting Technical Projects

HARC – Environmentally Friendly Drilling LBNL – Coupled Reservoir Model TEES – Fracture Conductivity BEG – Multi – Azimuth Seismic CalTech – Gas Isotopes

GTI – Barnett and Appalachia Produced Water

Integrated Basin Project Technical/Resource Projects
Integrated Basin Project
Technical/Resource Projects

43

$32 Million Research Portfolio
$32 Million Research Portfolio

Significant Producer and Service Industry Involvement

Crucial for Program Relevancy

Anadarko

Chevron

Pioneer Natural Gas

Williams E&P

ConocoPhillips

ExxonMobil

Newfield Exploration

Encana

BP

Bill Barrett Corp.

Pinnacle Gas Resources

Coleman Oil & Gas

Ciris Energy

Devon Energy

Unconventional Gas Resources Canada

Whiting Petroleum

CNX Gas

Trendwell

Diversified Operating Corp

Noble Energy

Jones Energy

Aurora Oil & Gas

Schlumberger

Halliburton

Pinnacle Technologies

BJ Services

Carbo Ceramics