Jakarta (PRWEB) May 10, 2011
Specially designed to address the technical needs of the CBM industry, CBMtec 2011 is put together to provide valuable insights & practical strategies from top industry experts towards optimizing the business potential of CBM operations.
Among the authoritative panelists secured to speak is GE Energy, who last year signed a memorandum of understanding with Ephindo to help finance the Sangatta West pilot plant and feature GE’s Jenbacher J320 gas engine technology which has already been successfully used in CBM to power markets globally. Gatot Prawiro, the Regional Executive Asia Pacific with GE Energy, Jenbacher Gas Engines will deliver a presentation on progress of the first Indonesian CBM to power project.
The 1.5 day conference also features leading CBM operators, in particular VICO Indonesia who will provide a case study on cored wells & challenges of coring in complex deltaic environment encountered during their CBM operations in the Sanga-Sanga area, and India’s Essar Exploration addressing technical challenges and lessons gained from their CBM projects.
Additionally, rounding off the panel discussions on best CBM development practices, dewatering, and technological innovations are key senior executives from LEAP Energy, Welldog Gas Sensing Technology Corp and Big Cat Energy Corp, respectively.
A bonus program highlight at this event is an intensive workshop on CBM well drilling and completion. Specifically focused on “Effective Methods of CBM Drilling & Completion”, and scheduled to take place on day two of the conference, this comprehensive half day session aims to equip both current and prospective CBM stakeholders on the ins & outs of CBM drilling and completion issues that greatly influence project success. This workshop will be led by renowned industry practitioner Doug Henderson, who is currently engaged as Global Business Development – Unconventional Gas at Scientific Drilling International (SDI) and will draw from his two decades of experience for this specialized practical session.
Registrations for the conference are currently underway. For more information or to reserve your seat, contact Ms. Huiyan at (65) 6346 9113 or visit CMT Events Home Page.