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Sixth International Petroleum Conference PETROTECH 2005, New Delhi 15-19 January, 2005 (CD Only)

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Contents: 1. Sustainable development and responsible care: ISO 14001 option-a case study. 2. Obtaining value from oil and gas model based asset management. 3. An econometric analysis and economic modeling of hydrocarbon E & P business a paradigm shift to redefine sustainable petroleum economics. 4. How much gas will India consume in 2050. 5. An evolving business of HR scorecard in carbon energy markets. A new paradigm in competency mapping under virtual learning model. 6. Investment evaluation of NELP exploration blocks in India using real option analysis techniques. 7. Can synergy be achieved in M & A an analysis and a case study. 8. Marketing prospect in a changing world. 9. Making a company global through mergers and acquisition. 10. The RasGas/Petronet SPA more than just LNG. 11. Application of forensic geochemical methods in assessment of hydrocarbon releases. 12. Strategic issues on disinvestment in public sector petroleum refineries in India. 13. Asset Management: the challenges ahead. 14. Creativity: strategies for its cultivation, protection, and utilization. 15. Becoming an all-round learner to meet changing occupation and skill patterns. 16. Managing executive talent in oil sector PSUs. 17. Risk Management using energy future contracts. 18. Coil tubing fracturing technology in CBM wells: innovative pragmatism. 19. Gas hydrate energy resource assessment and production characteristics. 20. Emerging thrust and E & P prospects fro gas hydrates in Indian deep water petroleum provinces gas hydrates modeling and resource assessment perspectives in a new world energy order. 21. Directory correction of seismic data for enhancement of BSR. 22. Modeling of thermal reservoir simulation to predict gas production from methane hydrate formations. 23. Production modeling of a Methane Hydrate capped gas accumulation. 24. New approaches in technology of development of natural gas fields (based on case study of western Siberian fields). 25. Preliminary evaluation of coalbed methane potential in coal seams of Bokaro and North Karanpura coalfields. Jharkhand India by gas content measurement. 26. Variation in molecular and isotopic composition of coalbed gases of Damodar valley Gondwana coals-a laboratory study. 27. Production forecasting through simulation of CBM well jh#4 and understanding CBM reservoirs. 28. Seismic signature of natural marine gas hydrates: a case study. 29. Stimulation of coal bed methane reservoir using multi- stage hydraulic fracturing treatment. 30. Coal bed methane: Wholistic cost effective approach is must to succeed and sustain in India. 31. Identification of natural gas hydrates with nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) log data. 32. Development of CBM in India and environmental issues. 33. Numerical simulation for coal bed methane recovery. 34. CBM vis-a-vis conventional fracturing: a paradigm shift in modeling and design of hydraulic fracturing treatment. 35. Evidence of natural gas hydrates from LWD log in deep waters, east coast, India. 36. Seismic and quantification of gas hydrates using rock physics and inversion. 37. Gas from hydrate reserve thermal stimulation. 38. Catalytic kinetics and deactivation studies on conversion of methanol to hydrocarbons. 39. Development of novel regeneratable solid bed process for hydrogen sulphide removal from gas streams. 40. A method for determination of residual solvent in products of solvent dewaxing process. 41. Major considerations in LNG process technology selection. 42. Refinery value addition by integration with power and fertilizer units. 43. Wind energy and its exploration in offshore installations-an overview. 44. Preparation of polymer matrix based fibre reinforced composites and evaluation of their properties as future materials in oil industry. 45. Performance and emission characteristics of a diesel engine fueled with derivate of waste cooking oil. 46. SULFDRY-A techno-economically attractive H2S removal process for biogas and natural gas sweetening. 47. Capturing an opportunity - NGL recovery from RasGas LNG trains. 48. Hydrocarbon from biomass-biotechnological interventions. 49. Hydrocarbon through fischer-tropsch synthesis-economics and prospects. 50. A remote sensing and GIS based pipeline alignment technique using route search on cost surface. 51. New horizons in wide bore brilling and completion technology. 52. Gaseous fuel and its compatibility for gas engines-end user approach. 53. Opportunities for membrane process in natural gas processing. 54 LNG: Non traditional concepts for receiving and regasification. 55. Formate based fluid loss control pill for high temperature wells. 56. Repair of channel behind casing using a polymer sealant. 57. Successful implementation of reduced density cement slurry in 95/8 casing cementation  at Mumbai high field results in improve well. 58. Application of microfine cement for increasing success of remedial cementation in oil and gas wells. 59. Light weight cement slurries for combating loss in oil and gas wells in western onshore fields of ONGC. 60. Evaluation and development of cement systems for in-Situ combustion wells. 61. Optimum Hydraulics supplements performance of polymer Mud system: a success story in Nandasan field, Mehsana, India. 62. Derivation of drilling fluid modeling in terms of geo-pressure gradient and geomechanical stress for extra well-bore stability in highly reactive-water sensitive deeper shale. A Critical analysis of shear failure pressure and chemical osmosis during fluid-shale Interactions-a case study of PR#2 well in Krishna Godavari Basin, India. 63. Reservoir friendly multi polymer pill to control brine loss during work over operations for production enhancement. 64. New generation non damaging clay free drilling fluid system to improved productivity of Gandhar field, India. 65. Use of logging while drilling (LWD)-Geosteering technology in drilling of horizontal well in hostile well bore environment-a case study of Mumbai high field. 66. Cement Pulsation - a proven and cost efficient technology for improving primary cementing and safe wells. 67. Formulation of non damaging white mud for workover jobs in'In Situ combustion' area of Mehsana Asset. 68. A techno-managerial synergistic approach by drilling services to achieve gauged holes in problem prone in Situ Combustion' areas of Mehsana Asset. 69. Environmentally acceptable spotting fluids. 70. Environmental friendly lubricant for drilling fluids. 71. Solution of chronic, acute mud loss situation likely to be faced in NELP blocks in western offshore. 72. Salt saturated non damaging drill-in fluids vis-a-vis threats on stability of pay zones due to reverse osmosis: a case study. 73.  Comparative analysis of the performance of indigenous Xanthan gum vis-a-vis international standards and probable development for effective formulation of drilling fluid.  74. Engineering high temperature PHPA (upto 140c) and its successful field application for the first time in ONGC. 75. Drilling fluid policy for soft clay of Nandasan area and study of drilling problems of Nandasan field for identification of remedial measures. 76. Refinement in drilling fluid policy for horizontal/high angle wells. 77. Reducing tubing failures due to Rod Wear in crooked wells. 78. A solution to the corrosion problem associated with KCI-K lignite drilling fluid. 79. Futuristic drilling fluid for Mumbai high. 80. Application of underbalanced drilling practices for sub-hydrostatic pressured/depleted pay horizons and CBM. 81. Use of balanced-ion activity mud solves problem of differential stuck ups-a case study.  82. Duel metal zirconium-borate X-linked guar fluids-thermal stability. 83. Designing or cementing composition for hot wells. 84. Novel accelerator for quality cementation at low temperature (65C). 85. Cement design for the life of the well. 86. Application of UBD in CBM wells of Parbatpur block, Jharia Basin. 87. Performance appraisal of KCI-PHPA cloud point glycol-polymer mud system to drill ERD wells under re-development plan in Mumbai High. 88. KCI-PHPA polymer-high tech, inhibitive drilling fluid for better hole stability: a case study in Ahmedabad Asset. 89.  Roadmaps on drilling fluid chemistry in an integrated earth mechanics and hydraulic modeling improves well behavior. 90. Expandable casing technology: A pilot experiences in Mumbai region ONGC. 91. Benchmarking the cycle speed of an AC-SCR drilling rig with special reference to upper Assam operation. 92. Role of institute in introducing new technologies, innovative ideas and bold initiatives in enhancing drilling efficiency and productivity and reationalizing drilling economics. 93. Adopting new technologies for increased profitability-cases of multilaterals, sidetracks and ERD wells in Mumbai High. 94. New technology provides cementing solutions in problem areas. 95. Factors effecting concept selection decision in deepwater field development. 96. To be or not to be: strategies and approaches scripts the success stories in deepwater exploration and development. 97. Reservoir characterization and modeling of thin-bedded sands in a deep water gas field, offshore India. 98. New technology for optimizing drilling performance by wellbore stability and pore pressure evaluation in deep water exploration. 99. Hydrate control in deepwater drilling and production. 100. Deepwater technology development-gaps, challenges and opportunities. 101. Rehabilitation of exhausted oil fields. 102. Operational experiences of enhanced oil recovery by in-Situ combustion process at Cambay basin, balol and Santhal fields, Mehsana, Gujarat, India. 103. Miscible gas injection in Gandhar field-an introspection. 104. Integrating on land lineaments with offshore data in Kutch basin using GIS approach: input for understanding the offshore basin architecture. 105. Geochemical hydrocarbon prospecting by adsorbed gas survey in NELP-II block offshore, India. 106. Surface geochemical adsorbed gas analysis identifies for prospect generation and risk reduction tool for exploration of Ratnagiri offshore and Kutch Saurashtra deep water offshore areas. 107. Oligocene shelf edge reefs (?), a new play for hydrocarbon exploration in Kerala-Konkan offshore, west coast of India. 108. Evolution of the pre-foredeep proterozoic sequence of the outer Himalayas and their significance in Hydrocarbon exploration. 109. Gravity anomalies, flexure of the Indian plate and structural development in the Punjab plains. 110. Modeling of igneous prone South Rewa Basin-an integrated approach. 111. Thermal/tectonic history of Changartalai-1-deep well, Himachal Pradesh, India based on apatite fission track analysis. 112. Trap and fractured basement reservoirs in India and future prospects. 113. Hydrocarbon prospectivity of terrestrial coal bearing Gondwana sediments of India. 114. Calcareous nannoplanktons and its stratigraphic importance in late cretaceous-Danian sediments in Kutch offshore. 115. A comparative study of Indian proterozoic basins with foreign analogues for assessment of hydrocarbon potential. 116. Crust and upper mantle heterogeneity beneath the Cambay rift and adjoining region, India. 117. Hydrocarbon prospects in Deeo Sea of Kerala coast. 118. Hydrocarbon prospects in deep waters off the western margins of Andaman Islands. 119.  Earth crust structure of the continental margin and plate tectonics concept. 120. Geochemical and geochronological studies of gnessic rocks from rohtang to Chota Dara Traverse Himachal Himalaya, India. 121. Geological risks and petroleum exploration in the basement. 122. Tectonic displacements in the vault of structure, his role in formation petroleum deposit. 123. Liquid fuels form biomass. 124. Influence of reduction promoter on the activity and selectivity of Co/A1203 Catalyst for GTL through fischer tropsch synthesis. 125. Upgradation of C. Procera biocrude to liquid fuels using refinery conversion processes. 126. Competency assessment for corporate growth. 127. Knowledge management audit of a company. 128. Effects of demographic variables of quality of work life -a case study of oil and natural gas corporation limited. 129. Modified SWOT analysis for hydrocarbon exploration. 130. Training strategy for business success. 131. Knowledge sharing through narratives for externationalization of tacit knowledge. 132. Management for competitiveness through HR process--the Indian prospective. 133. Multiple bottom lines: leadership challenges for sustainability. 134. Rewards and recognition as effective retention and motivational strategy for high performers in petroleum downstream. 135. Environmental accounting: the need of the hour. 136. Environment division, IPSHEM. 137. Study on marine growth removal of offshore platforms in West coast of India. 138. Environment management in exploration and production activities: oil industry response from western onshore basin, India. 139. Integrated safety, health, quality and environment management system. 140. Progressive trend in offshore HSE. 141. Scenarios based practical HSE training: effective technique in inculcating efficient management of emergency and disaster situations in petroleum sector. 142. Effect of Possible low volume but consistent crude oil seepages into the surface soil environment: an oilfield case study. 143. Safety aspect during handling of explosive and radioactive material in ONGC with case study of abandonment of sources in wells of Mumbai offshore. 144. Safety--need for a changed mindset. 145. Bioremediation of oil spilled soils in Assam oil fields. 146. On-site bioaugmentation treatment of oil spilled soil in Rudrasagar oilfield, Assam. 147. Environmental aspects of produced water and its disposal management: re-injection, a cost effective zero discharge concept. 148. R & D effort to identify effect of gas-flaring on rice cultivation in oilfields of Assam. 149. Cleaner fuel option for air quality management. 150. Environmental management systems in oil and gas sector: Need to deliver enhanced holistic performance and long tern value. 151. Role of geophysics in detection and monitoring of soil and Groundwater pollution by hydrocarbons. 152. Behavioural safety: save lives by involving employees. 153. Energy Conservation Opportunities ( ECOs) in petrochemical industry. 154. Market dynamics and designing marketing strategy for public sector petroleum companies in India. 155. Knowledge management in corporate culture: challenges and strategies to tap intellectual capital of E&P industry. 156. The Grid: the future of oil and gas exploration computing. 157. Role of IT in deepwater technology: an attempt towards operation process mapping and simulation. 158. Smart cards as exciting solution for offshore personal movement tracking & access control -ONGC Western offshore experience. 159. Information technologies and management in petroleum industry in the 21st century. 160. Exploitation of networking features of modern equipments to enhance productivity in seismic survey. 161. LAN based network video surveillance at urban plant - a digital revolution. 162. Software approach to brand building. 163. Well wise production: an online attempt towards availing income text benefit. 164. Application of object -oriented approach in mapping exploration business data for effective operational data management. 165. E&P data management-trends, technologies and challenges. 166. XML technology: a tool to facilitate e-business for oil and gas industry. 167. Oil exploration and wisdom management for better efficiency. 168. Role of IT for knowledge and data management in health services. 169. Wireless networking : a need of the hour. 170. Implementation of SAP (ERP): a tool for organizational cultural change in ONGC. 171. Radio frequency identification detection: new methodology of tracking assets on offshore drilling platforms. 172. Proactive management of business through BI. 173. Setting up of exploration and production information network in ONGC. 174. The data warehousing in ONGC. 175. Leveraging internet technologies for oil field data storage and communication. 176. Ideal efficient and effective data management system for geoscientifc applications. 177. Cryptography, the science behind e-security and its relevance to petroleum industry. 178. An innovative resource optimized dister recovery solution FPR SAP R/3 environment - Indian oil case study. 179. Integrated maintenance management solution -implementation and benefits envisaged. 180. Knowledge management in a downstream petroleum sector R&D post implementation issues. 181. Knowledge shared is knowledge gained. 182. Additives for cracked naphtha to enhance storage and thermoxidative stability. 183. Lubricants and global market. 184. Global motor fuel changes: pool components & technologies for the future. 185. A laboratory screening test for evaluation of Load Bearing Capacity (LBC) of automotive gear (API GL-5 Type) oils. 186. Quantitative determination of polynucelar aromatic hydrocarbon content in diesel fuels by high performance liquid chromatography (HPCL). 187. Study on lubricity of LCO and biodiesel blends. 188. Oxidative desulphurization of diesel using hydrogen peroxide and tert-butylhydroperoxide as oxidants. 189. High pressure thread compound for casing, tubing and line pipes. 190. Quality of Lubricating Oil Base Stock (LOBS) - future requirements and Indian preparedness. 191. Estimation of ethanol in Oxy-diesel fuel by gas chromatography. 192. Estimation and characterization of glycerol based impurities in biodiesel by HPCL technique. 193. New techniques for structural characterization and unambiguous resolution of portion (1H)-NMR spectra of heavy petroleum fractions. 194. Synthetic lubricant for hydrocarbon gas compressors. 195. Bioremediation of oily sludge from product storage tanks using oilivorous-S technology. 196. Studies on sulfur specific microbes for desulphurization of Alkylated dibenzothiophenes. 197. Microwave assisted Lewis Acid catalyzed alcoholysis vegetable oil. 198. Detailed hydrocarbon characterisation of RFCC feed stocks by NMR spectroscopic techniques. 199. Redefining the values of efficient railroad operations with a spear-head railroad lube oil technology. 200. Formulating lubricants using Artificial Neural Newworks (ANN). 201. A study of tribological behaviour of oil in water emulsions during cold rolling of steel strips. 202. Development of a compete range of India's first ever indigenous marine lubricant technology - a holistic approach. 203. Diesel lubricity: prognosis, diagnosis and remedy. 204. D-I capillary pressure and trapping mechanism reasons for higher sor/lower we, GS- 1&2, Gandhar Field, India. 205. Effect of proppant grain size distribution on generation of fines. 206. Differential salinity throws up a challenging perspective of rock compatibility and permeability in Karaikal oil fields-a case study. 207. Analysing faults to minimize exploratory risk in Dhansiri Valley, Assam. 208. Oil and gas in the basement of West Siberia. 209. Evaluation of exploration acreage through surface geochemical prospecting: case study in Cambay-TRP block: Cambay Basin. 210. Heat flow and hydrocarbon prospect of Indian basins: evaluation through application of Pigott's method. 211. Dispersal pattern: a key to exploration for linch pays in North Cambay Basin, India. 212. Challenges in the upstream scenario of Mehsana Asset: an overview. 213. Determination of "Carbonate Line" for Mumbai high field. 214. High resolution reservoir and sedimentological studies of sylhet and Tura formations of North Rudrasagar field, Upper Assam Shelf. 215. Sedimentology and ichnology of palaeogene and neogene estuarine- open marine- and deep-water deposits from parts of Assam-Arakan Basin, India. 216. Hydrocarbon resources in India: opportunities and challenges. 217. Geochemistry of oils from Eocene formation of upper Assam Basin, India. 218. Mesozoic stratigraphy of Cambay Basin. 219. Dolomitisation and hydrocarbon prospectively in Bassein Limestone, Mumbai offshore basin, India. 220. Exploration for Mesozoic's prospect-an approach. 221. Surface geochemical applications to petroleum exploration. 222. Structural analysis of dipmeter data of adamtila field. 223. Tectonic framework and depositional model and exploration lead in the Bhuvanagiri formation of Ariyalur-Pondicherry sub basin, Cauvery Basin, India. 224. Geochemical evaluation of paleogene and neogene sequences and oil-source correlation in Yanam area, K.G. Basin, India. 225. Identification and estimation of high formation pressure by log data- a case study. 226. Geochemical characterisation and genetic relationship among oils from eastern margin fields of Ahmedabad block of Cambay Basin India. 227. Source to oil correlation studies for Kesanapalli West oils at Krishna Godavari Basin, India. 228. Structural style and oil habitat in Kaikang Central Area, block four of Muglad Basin, Sudan. 229. Hydrocarbon generation and expulsion in Southern part of Nagapattinam Sub Basin, Cauvery Basin, India. 230. Geochemical evaluation of surface and subsurface oilgocene barall coals and coaly shales of upper Assam shelf with respect to hydrocarbon generation. 231. Finite element reservoir models in Kamalapuram formation Cauvery Basin. 232. The utility of cased hole formation resistivity tool in effective reservoir management -a case study. 233. Perylene and petroporphyrin biomarkets in oils and sediments of North Cambay Basin and their geochemical significance. 234. Geochemical significance of heterocyclic compounds in the oils of western offshore basin. 235. Oil-oil correlation studies and prediction of their effective source in East & West of Bassein and Bassein field of western offshore. 236. Use of NGS log data for evaluation of source rocks in carbonate sequences in DCS area of Bombay high. 237. Laboratory measurements of saturation exponent 'n' underreservoir conditions of Mukta and Bassein formations of Heera field. 238. Sedimentological and petrophysical studies on reservoir sands of Vijayapuram field, Cauvery Basin, India. 239. Geochemical prospecting studies in Kottur - Mettupalayam area of Cauvery Basin. 240. Sedimentary organic mater in a geochemical and petrographic framework in Cauvery Basin, India. 241. Characterisation of organic facies by multi stages pyrolysis. 242. Oil to oil and source correlation of sylhet and Gondwana oils in upper Assam and Dhansiri Valley. 243. Absorbed gas survey in furkating area for geochemical surface prospecting. 244. Self learning, total system exploration model for high risk, high-reward, deep water exploration in India. 245. Surface prospecting in Bengal Basin - a review. 246. Estimation of total organic carbon from gamma ray spectrometric studies for the kopili formation in Upper Assam Basin. 247. Molecular geochemical evidence of biodegradation in oils of N. Tapti, W. offshore, India, genetic correlation with nearby oils and possible source. 248. Effect of Barite Mud on well log responses - a case study of Mumbai High field, Western offshore basin, India. 249. Dynamic/Non-Uniform invasion of Mud filtrate a cause for low resistivity in complex lithology gas bearing reservoirs. 250. Hydrocarbon prospectively of mesozoics in western margin of Cambay Basin and adjoining areas, India-an explosive challenges. 251. Formation evaluation of low resistively Kalol Pay zones of Gamij field, Cambay Basin, India-a case study. 252. Tectonics and reservoir distribution in middle to late eocene bassein formation, Central Bombay offshore Basin, India. 253. Cautious optimism approach in developing the different oil pools of South Kadi field, Cambaby Basin, India - a case study. 254. Effect of surface conductance on the low resistivity tipam sands of Assam based on core study. 255. Identification of diamondoids in Indian condensates: application of diamondoid hydrocarbons for characterization of source rock facies and as maturity indicators. 256. The value of information in late field life. 257. A novel technique for enhanced productivity of fractured carbonate reservoirs through cross-dipole shear wave logging. 258. Migration modelling of crude oils in Upper Assam. 259. Assessment of Oil Magration in North Rudrasagar Area, Upper Assam: a case study. 260. Role of transfer faults and transfer zones in the eastern margin of Ahmedabad - Mehsana and Cambay - Tarapur Blocks of Cambay Rift Basin, India. 261. Evaluation of eastern Caucasus Basins and Carbonate Reservoirs. 262. 40 Ar-39Ar dating of Precambrian Granitic basement from Mumbai High Western Offshore of India: implications to Crustal Evolution. 263. Litho-microfacies, diagenetic history and depostional cyclicity relationship and their implication in reservoir characterisation and fluid transmissibility analysis of bassein formation, Bassein field, Mumbai Offshore Basin, India. 264. Efficancy of Litho-biostratigraphic attributes and diagenetic signatures in reservoir facies characterisation and delineation of paleogene/early miocene sequences, North West of Mumbai High, Mumbai Offshore Basin India. 265. An innovative approach of permeability prediction through interpolation technique using density and gamma ray logs in current reservoirs of Upper Assam, India. 266. Sedimentary features and depositional environments interpreted from FMI images, case studies from Krishna Godavari Basin, India. 267. Detailed fault analysis: key to exploration in complex tectonic areas of North East India. 268. Delineation thin reservoirs through an integrate approach: a case study from KG Basin, India. 269. Model based survey design 3D Survey of Geleki area of Assam. 270. Fluido dynamic models for Petroleum Reservoirs. 271. Stress anisotropy: a possible cause of well bore instability in deep eocene wells of Upper Assam Basin. 272. Heating value measurement: what the standards do not say. 273. Thermal maturation modeling in basinal depocenters of Ahmedabad and Broach Blocks of Cambay Basin. 274. Geochemical evaluation of Paleogene sequences in Central Graben Area East of B-55 and Panna Structures of Western Offshore. 275. Russian oil and gas phenomenon in the beginning of the twenty-first century. 276. Catalytic cracking of Pinus roxburghii a potential biospecies for Liquid fuels. 277. Operation of natural gas Dehydration plant-a case study. 278. Developing a fracturing fluid selection advisor. 279. Coiled tubing completion for wax deposit inhibition in production string. 280. Experience with fish recovery with CTU at Hapjan#18. 281. Improved dehydration of viscous crude oil: a study on produced emulsion from Jhalora Oil-Field. 282. Experience of jet pumping a marginal oil field of Oil India Limited. 283. Application of Down Hole Water Sink Technology in Indian Oil Fields - a feasibility study. 284. Designing of viable remedial measures to control paraffin deposition in a pipeline. 285. Improved Gaslift Valve Technology. 286. Guideline of Artificial Lift Selection for mature field. 287. Review of Artificial Lift in Egypt. 288. Multi pronged strategy to combat wax deposition in B-173A-Neelam sub sea crude oil pipe line. 289. A novel chemical solution for smooth transportation of highly paraffinic crude oil. 290. An alternative way of fluid evaluation for marginal field development - a case study. 291. Strategy to maintain a safe pipeline. 292. An insight into the assurance against high waxy crude-opportunities and challenges with special reference to Assam asset of ONGC. 293. Bassein thin oil rim-produce before it dissipates. 294. CO2 corrosion and its control in the sour gas processing and transportation pipelines - an experience. 295. Scale problem in Mumbai High and solutions. 296. Performance analysis of dual gas lift wells of Mumbai High field. 297. Production and transportation of hydrocarbons by pipelines systems of complex design. 298. Novel Solvent System for stimulation of Waxy Crude Wells of Heera Field. 299. Innovative compound, a breaker for cross linked aqueous fracturing fluid. 300. Artificial lift strategies for enhancing/maintaining oil recovery from the mature offshore fields of Mumbai High. 301. An approach to fluid evaluation from a flow assurance perspective. 302. Enhancing the productivity of Deep and S-shaped SRP wells through High Pressure Continuous Gas Lift System. 303. Innovative technique enhances effectiveness and economics of water control treatments in Mehsana Asset, Cambay Basin. 304. Gas lifting wells with damaged casing at Shallow Depths. 305. Start up of Gas Sweetening and Dehydration Units - a guide. 306. Improving productivity in Sucker Rod Pumping wells producing Heavy/Viscous Oil. 307. Implementation of production planning in an E and P Company: Integrated approach from well head to refinery gate. 308. Evaluation of Acid Corrosion inhibitor for effective designing of acid slurry and protection of down-Hole Tubulars in Acid Stimulation Treatment. 309. Downhole Water Management for Reducing WOR with X-linkeo Polymer Gel Treatment - a case study. 310. Production testing: existing practices in Eastern Sector and Upcoming Technology. 311. Installation of a decommissioned steel jacket in the Indian Offshore. 312. Hydrocarbon stream of hazira plant is a good source to provide raw materials for petrochemical industries. 313. Remedial approach for wax deposition problems of western on land fields through chemical additives. 314. Optimisation of perforation parameters for hydraulic fracturing jobs. 315. Proper utilisation of gas-lift gas for optimum oil production from a well, using flowing bottom hole pressure gradient data. 316. Identification of suitable chemicals for pipeline corrosion control. 317. The exploitation of multi packer packaging arrangement in intellectual wells for simulations-separate or alternate operation on multihorizon oil fields. 318. Exciting BROWN field development opportunities - Mumbai High, Neelam and Heera, Western Offshore, India. 319. Managing sustained casing pressure in offshore environment - a case study of NQ-complex. 320. Isolation philosophy and its impact on operations: a case study of NQ process complex, Western Offshore India. 321. A comparative study of the production profile of Western Region. 322. Selection of microbes for removal of paraffins from oil wells. 323. A brief review of multiple completion technology and its application in Assam Asset. 324. Coiled tubing well intervention in Mumbai High Field - constraints and remedies, an alternate approach. 325. Application of mixed emulsifiers for generating high temperature emulsified acid system in carbonate reservoir stimulation. 326. Implications of sampling procedures in True Quantity Measurement of Mumbai-High Crude Oil During Custody Transfer - a case study. 327. Case studies of corrosion related pipeline failures and lessons learnt. 328. Introduction of production logging in High Pressure well of Assam Asset - case study. 329. Delineation hydrocarbon pool in Jambusar Area: an integrated approach. 330. Comprehensive review of Gaslift System in Assam Asset. 331. Strategies for control of excessive water production in oil and gas wells - in the context of ONGC Field. 332. An new empirical method for prediction of calcium carbonate scaling for injection waters from Indian Oil Fields. 333. Static Lubrication - A volumetric Well killing method for sub-sea especially designed deep water applications. 334. Role of well analysis tools in affective well stimulation. 335. Acidisation: the changing scenario. 336. Foam application in acidisation - a new diversion technique. 337. Insitu Combustion Experiences - ONGC Operations. 338. Benchmarking Well service Operations in UKCS challenges and opportunities. 339. Impact of well completions on propagation of hydraulic fractures and its production increase. 340. Corrosion monitoring by Ultra Sonic Imaging Tool (USIT) Assam Oil Field. 341. Cost effective tubing material for western offshore. 342. A novel scheme for value addition from condensate. 343. Successful water control by polymer WSO in Jhalorae Field, Cambay Basin, India - A case study. 344. Importance of the measurement of acetate in the produced water in Mumbai Offshore in India. 345. Enhancement of oil production by Asphaltene inhibition and viscosity reduction in Becharaji Field of Mehsana Asset. 346. An innovative method in gas lift operation. 347. Absorption Profile of H2S and CO2 in MDEA at different temperatures and its implication at Hazira Plant. 348. Rehabilitation of Main 30" offshore oil trunkline - A case study. 349. Modeling vertical flow performance for wells with varying production characteristics in simulation - A case study. 350. Data acquisition production optimization and performance monitoring of Rod pumping wells - Case studies. 351. Development of solvent for removal of strontium sulphate scales. 352. Improve LPG Recovery - A case study. 353. Performance of horizontal sidetrack wells in Mumbai High Field. 354. In-situ heat generation for pipeline deposit removal using organic chemicals - A case study. 355. Water shutoff in basement reservoir - A case study. 356. Well intervention in horizontal and multilateral wells - technology, feasibility and constraint: Mumbai Offshore. 357. Advanced CT multi-port sharp edge down hole jetting tool for removal of deposits in well bore. 358. Maintaining short term production volumes: Application of Single Point Gas Lift System. 359. Failure of production casings and relevance of API specification. 360. Limit State Design of Bonded Single pipe sub-sea insulation. 361. Sand control and management in Gas Wells - Laboratory Overview. 362. Detection of abnormalities in production casing using circumferential acoustic scanning tool in Upper Assam Basin. 363. The use of Geotextile Fabric, Anti-buoyancy weights for buried pipelines. 364. Evaluating the performance of an oil production system based on energy consumption per barrel of oil produced. 365. Hamdon Wellsite Solutions Ltd. 366. Optimizing flow improvement in cross country petroleum pipelines. 367. Energy optimization for cross country pipeline operations using medium voltage AC variable speed drives and automation. 368. Hydroprocessing of Maya heavy crude. 369. Advances of petroleum refining. 370. Renewable and non-renewable sources of hydrogen - A cleaner future fuel. 371. Hydrocarbon recovery from the refinery solid waste. 372. Modelling and simulation of supercritical solvent deasphalting processing. 373. Enhancement of FCCU performance by radiotracer studies. 374. Modeling of a Compact Reformer Based Hydrogen Generation System. 375. Simulation of an industrial hydro conversion tricle - bed reactor using relumped single event microkinetics. 376. Mathematic simulation and numerical computation of wave processes in petroleum operation. 377. Novel impact of wet dosages of NMP in extraction for production of high BMCI carbon black feed stocks. 378. NMP extraction of FCC Recycle Oil - An experimental study. 379. A review of technological advances for the large scale commercialization of GTL Technology. 380. Recent advances in Indian Petroleum refining industry. 381. Influence of Pt-supported ZSM-5 Catalyst in Conservation of Light Naphtha to High-Octance Gas online. 382. Miscible Gas Injection in Gs-12 Reservoir of Gandhar Field, Cambay Onshore Basin India: A case study. 383. Reservoir simulation: an effective tool in identification of by-passed oil - A case study. 384. Optimizing field performance using reservoir modeling and simulation. 385. Flow Unit Modeling of Highly Heterogeneous Sandstone Reservoir of Jotana Field, Cambay Basin, India - A case study. 386. Study of the Reservoirs in the Crystalline Basement. 387. Estimation of oil saturations in producing fields of Assam Asset for solving the production problems. 388. Saturation pressure, imprint of time of accumulation of undersaturated oil pools: case study from Mehsana Asset. 389. Nawagam Field - A case of compaction drive. 390. Exploitation strategy for low permeability tight Gas Reservoir Manpapeta Field. 391. PVT Correlation Generation using optimal multiple regression Technique: An efficient algorithm. 392. An optimized exploitation strategy for Kolol-III pay send in Jhalora Field, Cambay Basin, India. 393. Predicting permeability using Artificial Neural Network (ANN). 394. Reservoir engineering aspects of PVT analysis. 395. Implementation of MEOR Technique in reservoirs having BHT upto 75"C. 396. Pressure transient studies--a dependable analytical tool for updating geological/reservoir model for effective reservoir management--a case study. 397. Accurate hydrocarbon reserve estimates in thinly bedded and laminated low resistivity formation using vertical and horizontal resistivities from multi-component induction date. 398. Oil recovery under gas injection for systems with widely varying initial composition. 399. Identification of reservoir facies at deeper levels in Tapti-Daman area using 3-D interpretation tools. 400. Time Lapse 3D in Balol Field, North Cambay Basin: First step towards, reservoir monitoring. 401. Understanding the reservoir distribution of Hazard pay sands through Pre-stack merging of five 3D campaigns in Jambusar-Sarbhan Area of Cambay Basin. 402. Modified reservoir description helps in controlling water cut problem in a reservoir of Upper Assam Field. 403. Sand geometry analysis of Upper Mahuva Basal Pay sand in Northern part of Tapti-Daman Sub Basin, Bombay Offshore. 404. An hyperthermophilic bacterial consortium for microbial enhanced oil recovery: a case study in selected oil wells of India. 405. Improving recovery from wasna field through horizontal wells in Ahmedabad Asset. 406. Modified acid system provides breakthrough in injective enhancement in tight sands of Geleki field. 407. Reservoir heterogeneity in Kesanapalli-West field of Krishna Godavari Basin, India. 408. A new approach to reservoir characterization using 3D Geocellular model of L-II Reservoir of Mumbai High. 409. Geostatistical approach to porosity distribution in Bassein Formation, Mumbai Offshore Basin. 410. Seismic to simulation of porosity for reservoir characterisation. 411. Performance review of in-situ combustion pilot in Bechraji field based on reservoir plumbing. 412. Rock type and hydraulic flow unit identification--a case study on reservoir characterization. 413. Hyperbolic decline analysis using non-linear regression--a case study. 414. Exploitation strategy for Tight Gas Reservoir--Mandapeta field, Krishna-Godavari Basin, India: a case study. 415. Sand modelling in Jambusar Sarod Area: a case study. 416. Stimulation of native bacteria in Kalol field for MEOR. 417. Profile modification treatment in multilayered, heterogeneous high temperature reservoir: a case history of Gandhar Field, India. 418. Building reservoir model through geo-statistical reservoir characterization tool--a case study on Viraj Field, India. 419. Thin reservoirs delineation through an integrated approach: a case study. 420. Geocellular model: an aid to describe reservoir heterogeneity--a case study from Bechraji Field, Cambay Basin, India. 421. Sand geometry and depositional model of pay zones of Sertha member of Ahmedabad Field, Cambay Basin, India. 422. Some innovative approaches to uplink 'Enhanced Reservoir Description' with re-scaled numerical reservoir simulation model. 423. Reservoir characterization and depositional architecture of Linch and Mandhali pays of Sobhasan Area, Mehsana Block, Cambay Basin, India. 424. Fine-scale reservoir description in simulation studies for identification of bypassed oil in a major oil reservoir of Assam--a case study. 425. Dew point pressure prediction of gas condensate reservoir. 426. Estimation of permeability and water saturation in naturally fractured reservoir. 427. Advanced completion design to improve recovery from an oil rim field in Mumbai offshore. 428. Numerical reservoir simulation--sector modeling approach: improves efficiency and expedites decision making--a case study. 429. Simplified model for a heterogeneous gas reservoir in offshore Bombay--a case study. 430. Fractal Reservoir gridding for realistic geometry. 431. Water injection problem solved in water sensitive formation of Tipam Sands of Jorajan Oil Field, Oil India Limited--a case study. 432. Optimizing of development plan by 3D simulation study using geo-statistical modeling and fine scale layering to capture coning behaviour--a case study. 433. Effect of high water production on recovery factor of mature sandstone oil reservoirs---field case study. 434. A four-LUMP kinetic model for visbreaking. 435. Kinetic behaviour of Arab Mix Short Residue during coking reactions. 436. An improved light Naphtha reforming process. 437. A novel method for the determination of Pt and Re in bimetallic catalysts using microwave assisted digestion, inductively coupled plasma spectroscopy and thermo gravimetric techniques. 438. LOC upgrading: a novel approach for greater added value and improved returns. 439. Value addition in FCC Units through catalyst addition rates optimization. 440. A comprehensive dhds reactor model for deep diesel hydrodesulfurisation. 441. Removing sulfur economically using CFC based inde treat and inde sweet technologies. 442. Hydrocracker kinetic model--recent developments and applications. 443. Euro-IV equivalent diesel fuel by Catalytic process in existing DHDS units. 444. Application of process simulators and pilot plants for performance optimization of hydroprocessing units. 445. Maximization of LPG from existing hydrocracker units through novel catalysts. 446. A comprehensive model for furfural lube extraction process. 447. Selective hydroconversion of Gas oil: influence of zeolite acidity. 448. ExxonMobil Resid Upgradation technologies. 449. Conversion of old crude oil pipeline to product service. 450. A rapid method of bioprospecting for hydrocarbons. 451. For hydrocarbon detection, S.P. Logging in Redox Mode is worth a trial. 452. Spectral Gamma-Ray analysis an important instrument to recognise depositional environment and clay typing--a case study. 453. GIS as a tool for theme integration and geologic analysis: a case study from a section of Eastern Gondwana Basin, India. 454. Project ICE: A unique ERP experience in E&P Sector. 455. Laser and Fibre technology can revolutionize oil and gas exploration--an idea. 456. Technology challenges and opportunities in electric power generation at Offshore Unmanned Well Platforms. 457. Gas to Wire Technology (GTW) An emerging concept for offshore gas management. 458. Organizational Technological and economic problems of development of Sibirian Oil and gas fields. 459. Exploration geothermy. 460. New equipment technologies for study of the deep and superdeep boreholes. 461. Application of experimental temperature measurements for search of oil and gas. 462. The support of technologies of drilling by electromagnetic sounding. 463. Facility risk assessment using analytical framework. 464. Identifying Litho-facies boundaries using Super Self Adaptive Back Propagation Neural Network (SSAB): a case study from the KTB Borehole. 465. Statistical approach for identification of hydrocarbon bearing layers in Cambay Shale on well logs. 466. The use of non-intrusive ultrasonic intelligent sensors for corrosion and erosion monitoring. 467. Intergration of well and seismic data using geostatistical techniques to estimate the effective thinkness of a hydrocarbon producing layer in the Western part of Mumbai High South Field--a case study. 468. GPS-GIS: An important tool for mapping onshore well locations and installations. 469. Exploitation of hydrocarbon by high technology logging tools in mature Eocene fields of Upper Assam Basin in Oil's areas of operations. 470. Geological modelling of early miocene sands using spectral decomposition and attribute analysis. 471. Formation evaluation behind casting--some examples from Bombay Offshore. 472. Application of smectite-lllite geothermometry for petroleum source rock maturation studies in Bengal Basin. 473. LWD and well placement in a deeply invaded carbonate. 474. Full waveform Biot inversion method for stoneley mobility computation - a case study. 475. Direct inversion of AVOA data for fluid saturation in fractured media. 476. The solution approach to sand management. 477. Depth imaging complex fold belt areas: a case study. 478. Experimental rock physics: the past and the future. 479. Technology teamwork: a solid foundation for the E&P future. 480. Pore pressure estimation in a structurally complex regime. 481. Reassessment of offshore structures using reliability based analysis - a case study for Indian offshore. 482. Feasibility study of a tension leg platform in 700 Meter water depth in East Coast of India. 483. Deepwater subsea control system: ensuring high reliability. 484. Quantitative risk assessment of a FPSO system - an overview. 485. Structural integrity assessment and monitoring of offshore platforms. 486. FSRU - the stip after FPSO's. 487. Preparedness for decommissioning of Western Indian offshore structures - an environmental challenge. 488. ROV and AUV - an assessment into the their roles in ultra deepwater intervention. 489. Technical considerations and challenges in selecting floating production system solutions for deepwater and ultra-deepwater offshore fields. 490. Driving piles in ultra deepwater. 491. DP FPSO: a first stage field development unit. 492. Identification and delineation of subtle stratigraphic prospects by advanced interpretation tools: a case study. 493. Technology of seismic stimulation of oil recovery Sergey V. Serdyukov. 494. Seismic methods as the main factor for future hydrocarbon discoveries. 495. Pre-stack migration methods acceleration for Onboard processing implementation. 496. Sub-coal multiple suppression for improvement of stack response in North Cambay Basin, Gujarat, India. 497. 2D parallel traveltime tomography for complex subsurface imaging. 498. Seismic inversion using synthetic sonic log. 499. Identification of new plays in west of Mehsana Horst, Cambay Basin, India using pre-stack time migrated data of pre-stack merged 3D Data sets acquired under different campaigns. 500. Seamless pre-stack merging of 3D seismic data of different campaigns in Mehsana Area, Cambay Basin: a case study. 501. Interactive trace editing software. 502. Global Positioning System (GPS) Technology and its application in Geological Studies and Hydrocarbon Exploration. 503. 4D seismic: technical success and business impact. 504. The application and benefits of single sensor seismic recording in exploration and development. 505. A petrophysical model-based approach to geohazard prediction using seismic data: applications to exploration areas with ninimal or no well control. 506. A novel approach to reservoir characterization using seismic inversion, rock physics and Bayesian classification scheme. 507. Permeability from borhole waveforms - revisited. 508. Key data processing technologies for the successful exploration and production of hydrocarbons on the Indian sub-continent. 509. ISIMM demonstrates the benefit of High-fidelity, low frequency acquisition in sub-basalt imaging. 510. Advancing structural interpretation with automatic fault extraction technology. 511. Surface related multiple attenuation on the sigsbee2B dataset. 512. Petroleum Residue processing - R&D Thrust Area and Policy. 513. Helium enrichment by vacuum swing adsorption. 514. Mumbai High Revitalization: the technology leverage. 515. 3D visualization technology in maximizing value realization in E&P industry. 516. Marching ahead with visualization. 517. Largest West Siberia oil and gas bearing Basin: giant and unique Petroleum systems. 518. Historical and genetic model of formation of oil accumulation in the Priobsk filed West Siberia. 519. Petroleum fouling: mitigation by chemistry and engineering. 520. Waste powered ammonia absorption refrigeration in petroleum industry. 521. Failure investigation of Desal 5 Vacuum system. 522. Up-gradation of solvent extraction process using co-solvent. 523. Soaker visbreaker with internals improves product yield and quality. 524. Technology innovations - a means of maximize the value of hydrocarbons. 525. Impact of fuel quality on energy consumption in refineries - turning the threat to opportunity through innovative technological solutions. 526. A road map for transition of hydrogen energy in India and other developing countries. 527. Commercial experience with CAT-AID additive technology. 528. Upscaling validation using continuous wavelet transforms to overcome spatial aliasing and other artifacts of discretisation. 529. Recent trends on lubricant industry in India. 530. Health monitoring of petroleum through innovation and research. 531. An approach to assess the stability of bio-diesel under different simulated conditions. 532. Study on molecular transformation in hydro-cracking by high resolution mass spectrometry technique. 533. Multigrade Bitumen - a promising road binder. 534. Health monitoring of new and aging pipeline development and application of instrumented pig - a case history. 535. A study on biodiesel stability. 536. Sustainable alternatives - sulphuric acid alkylation and sulphur - gas recovery options. 537. Advanced trends and new technologies in LNG and transmission pipelines. 538. ZSM - 5 catalyst modification - effect on its hydrocarbon conversion properties. 539. New process for the utilization of waste moteher liquor after synthesis of Na Y Zeolite. 540. Energy audit - a successful tool for enhancing customer delight. 541. INDMAX - a novel process for high yields of LPG and light olefins from petroleum residues. 542. INDALIN+-an innovative process for conversion of Naphtha to LPG and aromatics/Gasoline. 543. A novel process for the production of needle coke in delayed coking unit.

Blurb: "Sixth International Petroleum Conference and Exhibition, PETROTECH-2005 which was organized by Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC), has proved to be the biggest PETROTECH ever, in its 10 year history.

PETROTECH-2005 Conference was inaugurated by Dr. Manmohan Singh, Hon'ble Prime Minister of India. During his inaugural address, Dr. Manmohan Singh said "There is a national consensus to strengthen the domestic oil and gas companies and enable them to emerge as global firms". He said "Hydrocarbons continue to remain the most important source of energy, even though science has enabled newer sources to be tapped. While we must continue to invest in the exploration and harnessing of newer sources of energy, we must recognize the fact that we will remain greatly dependent on hydrocarbons in the foreseeable future. Hence, investing in more efficient and equitable utilization of hydrocarbons ought to be an important objective of our policy.

PETROTECH-2005 has been unique in many aspects. It attracted 3862 delegates including 315 from abroad and bad representation of 405 companies from 46 countries.

The Conference Programme comprised of 4 Theme Sessions, 7 Plenary Sessions, 28 Technical Sessions and 6 Poster Sessions."

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