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FORUM 16 - 2016


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OGIF Mission:  The OGIF is a public-private partnership involving government and industry representatives from the United States and China.  The Forum enables both countries to meet common goals, including the development of secure, reliable, and economic sources of oil and natural gas while facilitating investment in the energy industry.
 
 

 
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2016
  • Registration
  • Informal Reception
 
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2016
  • Private one-on-one meeting space for industry
  • U.S. Government and Chinese Government Senior Officials’ Meeting
  • U.S. and Chinese Government Officials’ Opening Remarks
    • Christopher Smith, Assistant Secretary
      Office of Fossil Energy
      US Department of Energy
    • Li Fanrong, Deputy Administrator
      National Energy Administration, China
  • Special Presentation
    • Adam Sieminski, Administrator
      US Energy Information Administration
      US Department of Energy

Session 1A: Technology innovation and efficiency increases in a cost-constrained environment
Moderator: Liu Hong, Deputy Director General, Oil and Gas, NEA

  1. China's Natural Gas Market Overview (CNPC Research Institute of Economics and Technology: Jiang Xuefeng, Vice Chairman)
  2. International Cooperation and Global Development – Strategies of Chinese Oil & Gas Service Companies Under Low Oil Price (Anton Oil: Liu Enlong, Executive Vice-President)
  3. Technology innovation in unconventionals (Baker Hughes: Yang Xu, Executive Sales Director, Global Sales)
  4. Development strategy of oil companies under low oil price (Sinopec: Ma Yongsheng, Vice General Manager)
  5. Ultra-high horsepower electric fracturing system: Revolutionary innovation of shale fracturing (Honghua: Ao Pei, General Manager, USA)
 
Session 1B: Technology innovation and efficiency increases in a cost-constrained environment (Continued)
Moderator: Doug Hollett, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary,Office of Fossil Energy, US Department of Energy
  1. Transcending the Type Curve (Hess: Not presented.)
  2. Challenges and opportunities for exploration, development and production of offshore oil in China (CNOOC: Jin Xiaojian, General Manager, Planning)
  3. Multi-fuel, mobile power for the oil and gas industry (LPP Combustion: Dr. Leo Eskin, President & COO)
  4. Low pressure atomized acidizing technology for carbonate reservoirs (Kerui Group: Zheng Shutong, Chief Engineer of Kerui Oilfield Services Group Co., Ltd.)
 

Session 2: Innovative practices for emissions mitigation and reduction
Moderator: Neelesh Nerurkar, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Oil and Natural Gas, US Department of Energy

  1. Natural Gas: Clean Energy for Crowded Places (ConocoPhillips: Vivian Li, Director, Business Development and Government Affairs (China))
  2. Natural gas industry layout of China Huadian (CHD Clean Energy Corp.: Zhao Yong, Vice-General Manager)
  3. Low emissions well stimulation systems and technologies (Halliburton: Rob Hull, Director, Global Technical Solutions)
  4. GTI’s public-private partnership hydraulic fracturing test site project (GTI: Eddie Johnston, Vice President, Research Services)
  5. Emission-free oil recovery and power generation (GTherm (ASME): Ken Bayne, President)
 
US Government/Chinese Government and US Industry/Chinese Industry Senior Representatives Meeting
(25 total US government and industry; 25 total Chinese government and industry)
 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2016

Session 3: Sour Gas; CBM; Recovery factor improvement; Improved fracking efficiency; Offshore
Moderator: Han Baojun, Director, Oil and Gas Department, NEA
  1. The Chuandongbei Gas Project (Chevron: Min Chen, Vice President, Chevron China Energy Co.)
  2. The application of intensive oilfield equipment in energy development (Jereh Group: Li Shiqi, Senior Vice-President)
  3. and 18, joint presentation) Improving recovery factor in the unconventional reservoir using complex nano-fluid (FloTek: Dr. Glenn Penny, Director of Technology); Improving fracking efficiency: reducing facing fluid and horsepower by 25% and direct fracking using jetting technology (ADH International: Gamal Hassan, CEO)
  1. The status of and challenges in development of coal bed methane in China (CUCBM: Fu Xiaokang, General Manager Assistant)
  2. Structural integrity management for aging offshore infrastructure (Stress Engineering Services, Inc.: Terry Lechinger, Vice President)

 

U.S. Government and Chinese Government Senior Officials’ Closing Remarks
  • Li Fanrong, Deputy Administrator
    National Energy Administration, China
  • Christopher Smith, Assistant Secretary
    Office of Fossil Energy
    US Department of Energy
 
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