CPD Luncheon: Production Data Measurement 101

  • 19 Sep 2018
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • University of Calgary, Downtown Campus, 906 - 8th Ave. SW, Calgary

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CAPPA CPD Luncheon: Production Data Measurement 101


September 19, 2018

11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Venue: University of Calgary, Downtown Campus, 906 - 8th Ave. SW, Calgary


Please note there are no walk-up onsite registrations.


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Presentation Description:

For any producer, it is critical to understand the complexity of Production Data flow.

Where, when, and how production data flows within an organization system’s is critical to ensure that proper reporting can occur correctly and on time.

 

Often within a producer this can be distilled into 2 questions:

  • Where/how does the data flow?
  • And second, how do we know the data is good?

 

This session attempts to first demonstrate the different sources of production data and the many ways on how that data moves from wells and facilities to the Production Accounting end user. An overall production data map will first be presented and then a few specific examples will be reviewed. Even a single well battery can have a complex path on how the various data elements make their way within an organization.

 

The presentation then walks through one of the common production methods, Well Testing and Prorations, in order to provide context into the steps needed to ensure valid data but also to demonstrate where issues can occur.

 

The session then shifts to discussing the overriding regulatory compliance environment that is in place to ensure the accuracy of production data. It reviews where various AER directives overlay on the production data path, specifically what are Directives 007, 017, and 060 and how they impact ensuring valid production data? The session closes with a quick overview of the final compliance check to ensure good data: Directive 076 EPAP.


Speaker Bio:



Pascal Bonnet


Pascal attended the University of Alberta with a major in genetics.


He spent 16 years in the analytical laboratory business starting with environmental work before transitioning into Oil & Gas in 1997 when he joined Core Laboratories in Edmonton ultimately ending in the role of Manager of Northern AB/BC Operations.


Pascal left the lab world in 2006 and joined CriticalControl in the role of Director of Measurement Solutions where some of his duties included management of ProTrend - Fluid Analysis & Measurement management software, Production Measurement Drawings services and Pipeline Integrity Services.


Pascal left Critical in 2012 to join Cenovus Energy for the role of Production Measurement Analyst where he provided EPAP Auditing and Measurement support to all areas of the business, both in field Operational and in the office with Production Accounting.


Pascal recently moved to Torxen Oil & Gas as part of asset divestures and continues to provide measurement & reporting support across all areas


Pascal has served on many industry and regulatory committees including:

  • Directive 017 updates for AB, SK, and BC
  • Development of Directive 076 (EPAP) for SK
  • AB EPAP Stakeholders committee
  • CAPP Methane Task Force
  • AER Methane Monitoring and Reporting Technical Committee
  • Canadian School of Hydrocarbon Measurement


Program:

11:30 am    - Registration & Networking

11:45 am    - Lunch 

12:00 noon - Presentation


Please note there are no walk-up onsite registrations.


At each luncheon, attendees are entered to win one of two door prizes.



Price:


CAPPA Members – $68.00 (CAD)
Non-members – $82.00 (CAD) (not a member? Click here to apply for membership)


Please note there are no walk-up onsite registrations.



CANCELLATION POLICY
CPD Luncheon attendees must contact the CAPPA office in order to cancel their registration. Cancellations must be received in writing by email (office@cappa.org). The following refund policy is in place:


Registration Closes: Noon, September 14.

- Full refunds will be given up to 10 days prior to the event.


- A 50% refund will be given up to 6 days prior to the event.


- Refunds will not be provided thereafter. 


There is an administration fee of $20 to cancel.

Registration, however, may be transferred to another attendee without an administration fee. Please notify CAPPA of the transfer to another attendee. The original registrant would be responsible to sort the payment out offline with the new attendee.

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