2009 Conference

The Conference 2009 was marked by the quality of the covered subjects and the participation of guests and speakers of prestige. In this respect, the Minister for the Natural resources of Quebec, Mrs Nathalie Normandeau, showed a keen interest for our sector of industry.



Exploration and development of oil and gas resources of Quebec

Medium-depth Shale Gas Potential in Quebec
Peter Dorrins, JUNEX inc., Québec
Format pdf (15,3 Mb)

Pétrolia exploration activities in 2008 and 2009
Martin Bêche, Petrolia, Québec
Format pdf (2,3 Mb)

The Shale Gas Learning Curve
Michael Binnion, Questerre Energy, Calgary
Format pdf (1,6 Mb)

Anatomy of a siluro-devonian reef complex of Eastern Gaspe
Bernard Granger, Petrolia, Québec
Format pdf (3,2 Mb)

Issues and trends in the oil and gas development in Quebec

Gaz Métro pipeline network in the heart of the production zone – the delivery
of the Quebec gas to markets

Martin Imbleau, Gaz Métro, Montréal
Format pdf (3,6 Mb)

Keynote Address: Increasing unconventional gas production,
a changing context for market and pipelines

Lyne Mercier, National Energy Board, Calgary
Format pdf (2,19 Mb)

Strategic Environmental Assesment in Marine Areas (SEA)
Alain Lefebvre, Direction générale des hydrocarbures et des biocarburants, MRNQ, Québec
Format pdf (612 Kb)

Where are the potential CO2 sequestration sites in Quebec?
M. Malo, K. Bédard and Y. Duchaine, Institut national de recherche scientifique, ETE, Québec
Format pdf (1 Mb)

Developing Legal Trend in Oil and Gas Exploration in Quebec
Charles Spector, Fraser-Milner-Casgrain, Montréal
Format pdf (308 Kb)

The Law of Large Numbers - It’s a Statistical Play
Mr. Ken Lin, Research Capital
Format pdf (1 Mb)

Geoscience of the Quebec’s Sedimentary Basins

In-place Hydrocarbon Resources Assesment in Cambrian to
Devonian Sedimentary Succession of Eastern Canada

Denis Lavoie, N. Pinet, N. S. Castonguay, J. Dietrich, P. Hannigan, P. T. Hamblin and P. Giles, Geological Survey of Canada, Québec
Format pdf (3,3 Mb)

New thermal maturation map for the region of Bas Saint-Laurent
Rudolf Bertrand et Michel Malo Institut national de recherche scientifique, ETE, Québec; et Denis Lavoie, Geological Survey of Canada, Québec
Format pdf (2,7 Mb)

Geochemical, Mineralogical and Stratigraphic Variation of Utica and
Lorraine Shales: Implications for Gas Exploration in the Saint Lawrence Lowlands

Robert Theriault, Direction générale des hydrocarbures et des biocarburants, MRNQ, Québec
Format pdf (4,9 Mb)

Northern Vermont and Southern Quebec Natural Gas Prospects:
Stratigraphic and Structural Relations including Utica Shale Equivalents

Laurence R. Becker, Marjorie Gale, and Jonathan Kim, Vermont Geological Survey, Waterbury
Format pdf (1,8 Mb)

Petroleum Resource Potential of the Carboniferous Magdalen Basin, Eastern Canada
James Dietrich, Petre Giles and Peter Hannigan, Geological Survey of Canada
Format pdf (15,1 Mb)

Utica Shale in Quebec: Do we have the right map?
Christine St-Laurent, Gastem, Montréal
Format pdf (3 Mb)

Technology and specialized services for the oil and gas industry in Quebec

Finding and Protecting Energy Assets With Geochemical Tools
David Seneshen, Vista Geoscience
Format pdf (3,6 Mb)

Enhanced Data Processing for SGL AIRGrav Data
Luise Sander, Stephen Ferguson and Stephan Sander, Sander Geophysics, Ottawa
Format pdf (6,2 Mb)

Recent development in high-resolution hyperspectral imagery: possible
applications for oil, gas and reservoir exploration analysis

Éric Roberge et Christian Sassevile, Photonic Knowledge Inc., Rosemère
Format pdf (692 Kb)

An Integrated Petrophysical Characterization of Shale Gas Reservoirs
Gaetan Gobeil, Mikhail Gladkikh, Brian LeCompte, Freddy Mendez, Gabor Hursan, John Longo, Pedram Zarian, and Matt Bratovich, Baker Hughes Canada, Calgary
Format pdf (2,1 Mb)

Integration of microseismic data into a reservoir simulator to help with field development strategies
Dave Quirk, Trican, Calgary
Format pdf (3,5 Mb)