Researcher participates in SPE Live broadcast

Aramco Researcher participates in SPE Live broadcast
Aramco Houston-based researcher Elizabeth Contreras participated in a panel discussion “Methods for Reduced Carbon Footprint in Upstream Development” as part of the Society of Petroleum Engineers SPE LIVE webinar series.

Aramco Houston-based researcher Elizabeth Contreras participated in a panel discussion “Methods for Reduced Carbon Footprint in Upstream Development” as part of the Society of Petroleum Engineers SPE LIVE webinar series.

A member of the Drilling Technology Team at the Aramco Research Center-Houston, Contreras’ work focuses on sustainability with regards to upstream chemistry.  Specifically, she develops specialized additives for cement with engineered polymers to sequester CO2 and enhance the cement’s lifespan.

Contreras highlighted an upcoming paper “CO2 Sequestration by Polyaramide Vesicles in Cementing”  that Aramco will be presenting at the SPE International Conference on Oilfield Chemistry , December 6th and 7th, in The Woodlands.

SPE Live features member experts and guests with live interviews, roundtables, and presentations on timely topics impacting the energy industry.  More than 500 viewers joined the November online presentation with industry expert Dan Fu, VP of Engineering and Technology, BJ Energy Solutions and Michael Fuller, Senior Completions Subject Matter Expert, Chevron Technical Center, moderating the discussion.

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