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The Oil and Gas Year Malaysia 2015
Posted 19/06/2015
Laurent Alessio – Managing partner of Malaysia’s Leap Energy, shares his perspectives on the oil and gas business in Malaysia, offers reflections on the 2015 business environment and describes the likely effects of reduced capital expenditures resulting from the global oil price slump. “As the world moves towards a broader mix of energy supplies, the commoditisation of gas through LNG and CNG is a trend that will likely continue.” said Laurent Alessio. Please read more here
8th International Petroleum Technology Conference (IPTC)
10-12 December 2014, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Posted 29/12/2014
LEAP Energy presented a paper about Advanced Production Data Analysis (PDA) Techniques Using Stochastic Single-Well History Matching in Coalbed Methane (CBM) Wells”. This paper presents a case study in the application of an advanced production data analysis (PDA) technique for coalbed methane (CBM) through the use of stochastic single-well history matching (SWHM) as a method that enables the exhaustive identification of the range of reservoir parameters underpinning the historical production, with flexibility to handle multilayered completions, and handle the transient effects present in CBM production responses. For more information click here.
SPE Applied Technology Workshop “Early Monetisation Projects”
19-22 October 2014, Penang, Malaysia
Posted 29/10/2014
Following the success of the presentation on LTRO – Locate The Remaining Oil shown during SPE Workshop “Brownfields Redevelopment –The Journey Continues”  (see below) Dr Dmitry Kuzmichev presented an update on  the LTRO topic in SPE Workshop “Early Monetisation Projects”. For more information click here.
SPE Applied Technology Workshop “Brownfields Redevelopment –The Journey Continues”
17-20 August 2014, Langkawi, Malaysia
Posted 20/10/2014
Thierry Wee, Production Optimisation & Technology Practice Lead with LEAP Energy, presented the paper about “Optimum Well Design for Marginal Offshore Oil Field Development” – a case study comparing conventional, non-intelligent well completion and SMART/Intelligent well completion design. The main focus areas of the presentation were operational issues and improvement of production due to use of intelligent completions. For more information click here.
SPE Applied Technology Workshop “Brownfields Redevelopment –The Journey Continues”
17-20 August 2014, Langkawi, Malaysia
Posted 20/10/2014
Dr. Dmitry Kuzmichev gave a speach on the SPE Workshop “Brownfields Redevelopment –The Journey Continues” where he presented LTRO – Locate The Remaining Oil. Dr. Kuzmichev showed a set of commonly applied techniques, ways to improve the workflows and to efficiently manage uncertainties. A set of field examples was also presented during the talk. For each of the fields a comparisons between workflows based on numerical simulation and on LTRO approach was made. For each of the fields a good correlation between numerical and LTRO results was obtained. For more information click here. 
6th China Unconventional Oil & Gas Summit and Exhibition 2014
23-25 April 2014, Chongqing, China
Posted 15/05/2014
Mr Laurent Alessio presented a paper regarding innovative approaches for coal bed methane (CBM) well and field history-matching. Mr Alessio’s talk was based on experience that LEAP Energy gained from multiple CBM projects for a number of Clients across Europe, Asia and Australia. The presentation briefly discussed the inadequacy of traditional history-matching techniques for CBM assets and subsequently focused on showing insights into the workflows and methods developed by LEAP Energy. For more information click here.
Thierry Wee delivered two training classes on Integrated Production System Analysis for competency building to the likes of Production Engineers, Production Chemists and Lab technicians from Petronas-Carigali and SCOMI
19-21 February 2014 and 4-6 March 2014 Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia
Posted 25/03/2014
The training courses were aimed to deliver understanding of the different components of the integrated production system in typical offshore oil fields and explain analytical methods for solving some of the oil field challenges such as optimising well performance, mitigating flow assurance issues, production facilities bottlenecks, integrated system modelling, production planning and forecasting, etc. The training classes were also the avenue for sharing experiences and learnings across different production disciplines between the different course candidates and helping them to understand better the roles of others and relationship to their works.
EAGE/FESM Joint Regional Conference Petrophysics Meets Geoscience, “From Nano Pores to Mega Structures”
17-18 February 2014, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Posted 25/03/2014
Dr. Arnout Everts gave a speach on the EAGE/FESM Joint Regional Conference Petrophysics Meets Geoscience that took place in February in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The presentation that Dr. Everts showed discussed and illustrated various ways of quantifying the expectation ranges of key petrophysical reservoir parameters in a structured and reproducible manner. For more information click here. 
2013 Unconventional Resources Conference & Exhibition – Asia Pacific
11-13 November 2013, Brisbane, Australia
Posted 25/11/2013
Alastair Ong presented the paper on the 2013 Unconventional Resources Conference & Exhibition – Asia Pacific that took place in Brisbane, Australia. The topic of his speach was Multi-Realisation Full-Field History-Matching For CBM Resources a New Approach with Global Optimisation Coupled with Geo-Statistical Filtering”
SPE ATW “Reservoir Modeling & Simulation – Challenges and Latest Development“
27-30 October 2013, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 
Posted 01/11/2013
Dr. Dmitry Kuzmichev, Head of Technology gave a speach on the SPE ATW “Reservoir Modeling & Simulation – Challenges and Latest Development“ that took place in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The topics of his speaches was Integrated static-dynamic modelling workflow for unconventional fields (CBM)” and “Space of solutions prediction for assisted history matching of gas fields”.
SPE Asia Pacific Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition
22–24 October 2013, Jakarta, Indonesia
Posted 01/11/2013
Mr Laurent Alessio gave a speach on the SPE Asia Pacific Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition that took place in Jakarta, Indonesia. The topic of his speach was “Multi-Realisation Full-Field History-Matching For CBM Resources a New Approach with Global Optimisation Coupled with Geo-Statistical Filtering”.
SAWONA 2013 – Seminar and Workshop on Numerical Analysis
23–24 April 2013, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
Posted 24/04/2013
Mr Laurent Alessio and Mr Errazi Ben Ahmed were invited as speakers for the first Seminar and Workshop on Numerical Analysis – SAWONA 2013 in Institute for Mathematical Research (INSPEM), Universiti Putra Malaysia. The event included several talks focused on specific areas of numerical analysis. The goal of the seminar and workshop was to identify the current research activities in the fields of numerical analysis. This event provided an opportunity to start new collaborations. Invited scientists and researchers from a number of universities and institutions discussed their ideas and shared excellent knowledge in this area. SAWONA 2013 was organised in conjunction with the Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013 and the 11th Anniversary of INSPEM.
You can find more information about this event under: SAWONA 2013

UGAS 2013 – Unconventional Gas Asia Summit, India
18-19 April 2013, New Delhi, India
Posted 18/04/2013
Mr Laurent Alessio gave a speach on the Unconventional Gas Asia Summit 2013 that took place in New Delhi, India. The topic of his speach was “History-Matching the performance of Coal-Bed Methane fields: innovative solutions to an unconventional challenge”.
DOT.NET Framework and C# Training Course by LEAP Energy
30-31 January 2013, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
LEAP Energy is pleased to announce that Mr Raingsei Hai conducted our new course – DOT.NET Framework and C# for Petronas.The DOT.NET Framework is most popular framework that is
used to develop applications, web applications and XML web services. The capabilities of the framework enable developers to develop from small application up to enterprise level. It makes developers
experience consistent across widely varying type of applications, such as windows-based application and web-based applications. It also provides a better code-execution environment that can help to
promote software deployment, avoid versioning conflict and promotes safe execution of codes. C# is the most popular language for writing .NET applications. The language has been well
maintained to allow programmers a better way of solving problems faster and safer. The language has been incorporated elements of functional, dynamic and declarative paradigm. Our developers
have the abilities and experiences in developing your programming skill in .NET Framework and C#. The training can help you to build a strong foundation in .NET Framework and C# fundamental.
AAPG 2012, International Conference and Exhibition Asia Pacific Resources
16-19 September 2012, Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Center, Singapore
Posted 26/09/2012
Dr. Arnout Everts gave a speach on the International Conference and Exhibition – AAPG 2012 in Singapore. The topic of his speach was “Subsurface Parameter Uncertainty: A Structured Approach” and it was one of the highlights of the “Managing Rish and Uncertainty” Session. The spectacular and rapid development of the Asian economies, their impact on global energy supply and demand and the new technologies being applied across the entire Asia-Pacific area provided the context for this important event.
SPE Training Course “Fundamentals of Coal bed Methane and Field Development Planning”
10-12 September 2012, Jakarta, Indonesia
Posted: 13/09/2012
Mr Laurent Alessio was the instructor during “Fundamentals of Coal bed Methane and Field Development Planning” course where he shared his excellent knowledge and experience in the field of Coal Bed Methane.

 

From left to right: Mr. Geoff Thompson (Program Chair SPE Java Section), Mr. Laurent and Mr. Bambang Istadi (Chairman SPE Java Section)