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CCOP - DMF Workshop on Maximizing the Value of Oil and Gas Resources (CCSM-S5)


The 3rd Workshop of the CCOP-DMF Project on Petroleum Resources / Reserves Classification and Reporting System was successfully conducted at the Grand Mercure Hotel in Bangkok on 8-10 September 2015.  The CCOP - DMF Project is conducting a series of capacity building workshops related to petroleum resources and reserves classification system and reporting.  The workshops are participated by representatives from the Government oil and gas upstream regulators, national oil/gas companies, research organizations, academia, and serves as a forum for CCOP member countries to share their experiences and best practices in the overall oil and gas resource management system - the workflow, data analysis, capacities developed, planning and reporting system used.  The activities also leveraged on the United Nations Framework Classification for Fossil Energy and Mineral Reserves and Resources (UNFC 2009) and availability of the Expert Group on Resource Classification (EGRC) where the CCOP Technical Secretariat, Thailand, China, Vietnam and some of the member countries are actively participating.  Topics on the use of UNFC 2009 for Injection Projects such as CO2 geological storage were also presented and discussed in the workshops.

A total of 51 participants from the Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Korea, Lao-PDR, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam and Thailand.  The number also includes the participation of ASCOPE members, from various petroleum-related organisations in Bangkok and CCOP Technical Secretariat staff.

As in any CCOP Workshops, S5 provided a forum of sharing best practices and this time on maximizing the value of oil and gas resources from the experiences of the member countries and invited organisations from cooperating countries.  Resource persons were invited from Malaysia, Indonesia, China, Norway and Australia) to share their best practices.  The other CCOP member countries (Vietnam, Thailand and Philippines) also shared their experiences and updates related to the subject matter.

The workshop came up with the following conclusion:

  • Petroleum classification system and reporting in CCOP countries are aligned to the PRMS systems, with some modifications according to the country setting/needs.  The PRMS is aligned to UNFC 2009, and therefore, UNFC can be used by the countries for reporting energy and injection projects.
  • Collaboration of Government, Science and Industry is a key factor in maximising the value of oil and gas resources.  
  • Government shall continue to collect new information and develop its capacities to improve the understanding of the reservoir, and make actions based on new information.

For the complete report of this activity, including presentation files, you may visit this page, http://www.ccop.or.th/ccsm/details/CCS-M-S5--Workshop-on-maximizing-the-value-and-recovery-of-oil-gas-resources-







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