|13:30-13:40||KC 201||Opening address||KIGAM|
|14:00-14:15||Geoscience for New Energy Supplies: Achieving Canada’s clean energy growth goals||Little, E. and Dehler|
|14:15-14:30||Core Facies Analysis of Exshaw Formation in the Liard Basin: Three association types of silt-clay strata and their implications for mud depositional processes in a shelf setting||J.H. Son, C.W.
Rhee, J.W. Woo
|14:30-14:45||Petroleum systems analysis of unconventional resource plays in the Liard Basin, NE British Columbia: A multi-disciplinary model-driven approach||Mort, A.; Ferri,
F.; Kabanov, P.;
|14:45-15:00||Vertical and spatial variations in geochemical characteristics in of the Besa River formation Formationlocated in the Liard basin, BC, Canada||Jiyoung Choi, H.S.
Lee, Y. Kim
|15:15-15:30||Devonian-Mississippian shale plays of WCSB: knowns and unknowns in their geologic frameworks||Kabanov, P|
|15:30-15:45||Hardness and brittleness of Besa River and Montney formations in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin||Yuri Kim, J. Choi,
|15:40-16:00||Conodont biostratigraphy in Devonian black shales of Northwest Territories||Gouwy|
|16:00-16:15||Seismic characterization of the Liard Basin, N.E. British Columbia||Leslie-Panek, J. and
|16:15-16:30||Reservoir characterization of onshore shallowdepth biogenic gas system of Pohang, Korea||Nyeon Keon Kang*,
I. Hwang, J. Choi, T.
Ahn, H.S. Lee
|16:45-17:00||Analysis of Production Decline Patterns and Impact of Natural Fractured Shale gas Reservoir||Hyeong Seo Yang,
|17:00-17:15||Shale petroleum resource potential and mobility assessment using programed pyrolysis data: an example from Upper Devonian Duvernay Shale in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin||Chen, Z., Jiang, C.,
Reyes, J. and Liu, X
|17:15-17:30||Smart EUR assessment of shale gas play using machine-learning approach||Jong Won Kim,
Heewon Park, Ilsik
Jang, Kyoyoung Jin,
|17:30-17:45||Application of deep learning for prediction of shale gas production model at Duvernay Formation||Kyungbook Lee*,
|17:45-18:00||Q&A and closing remark|