do 01-02-2018, 12:00–18:30
The Science behind the Groningen Gas Field
– Symposium on seismicity induced by gas production from the Groningen Field.
In February 2018 KNGMG, PGK, SPE Netherlands and KIVI jointly organise a symposium outlining the current state of research on induced seismicity of the Groningen Gas Field.
|12:00||Registration and lunch|
|12:45||Opening and Welcome|
|13:00||The Groningen gas field and the Dutch society – Ministerie Economische Zaken en Klimaat|
|13:20||Geology of the Groningen Field – Rien Herber, professor Geo-energy Rijksuniversiteit Groningen|
|13:50||Measuring seismicity in the Groningen Field – Bernard Dost, Strategic Business manager KNMI|
|14:20||Regulation and monitoring in Groningen – Annemarie Muntendam, Senior Specialised Inspector Staatstoezicht op de Mijnen|
|15:20||Hazard and Risk assessment studies, Groningen Field – Jan van Elk, Development Lead Groningen Asset NAM|
|15:50||Induced seismicity in the Groningen Field – Further studies – Jan Dirk Jansen, professor Reservoir Systems and Control TUDelft|
|16:20||Spoken column – Manuel Sintubin, KU Leuven|
|16:30||Panel discussion: “Science meets Society – How to communicate complex issues?”
a.o. Karin van Thienen-Visser (TNO), Berend Scheffers (EBN), Ipo Ritsema (Deltares/KEM)
|17:30||Drinks and networking|
TUDelft, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences (CITG), Hall A – more information below.
|Members||€ 20 (SPE, KIVI, KNGMG, PGK)|
Pre-registration obligatory via http://www.pgknet.nl/Groningen2018.
Please note that there are limited seats available, ‘first come first serve’.
Click here to download the flyer: 2018-02-01-Groningen-symposium-flyer.pdf.