Wednesday | November 15, 2023 | ROSE ROCK ENERGY CONFERENCE
Tyrrell Hall, University of Tulsa Campus, Tulsa, OK
7:30 AM | REGISTRATION OPENS with NETWORKING & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
SPONSOR: OKLAHOMA ENERGY RESOURCE BOARD (OERB)
“Working to produce reliable energy that keeps us moving (just like this breakfast)!”
8:30 AM | ROSE ROCK ENERGY CONFERENCE WELCOME
Integrating CCUS for the Port of Catoosa and Oklahoma Power Plants:
Modeling and Regulatory Aspects
Ty Johannes, Chairperson of Russell School of Chemical Engineering
Rumley Professor of Chemical Engineering, University of Tulsa
9:00am – 9:45am | CCS/CCUS SESSION
Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS) and Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) have been recognized by many as a critical process in CO2 emission reduction efforts. This session will:
Dissect the components of CCS/CCUS.
Highlight the transferability of skills from the oil and gas sector, underlining the synergies that accelerate its deployment.
Explore recent market trends in CCS/CCUS activities within the United States by shedding light on the dynamic landscape and the opportunities for innovation and collaboration.
10:00am – 11:15 am | HYDROGEN: PRODUCTION, TRANSPORTATION and STORAGE SESSION
Susan Nash, PhD, Director of Innovation & Emerging Science and Technology
American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
Shane Matson, Director New Earth Ventures, Jericho Energy Ventures
TOPIC: Hydrogen-Based Application Technologies & Hydrogen Generation Technologies
Eduardo Pereyra, PhD, Associate Professor of Petroleum Engineering, University of Tulsa
TOPIC: Hydrogen Transport
Matt Newman, Principal Managing Partner, New Era Advisors, HALO Coordinator
TOPIC: Launching the Hydrogen Economy – HALO Hydrogen Hub
Nick Hayman, PhD, Director, Oklahoma Geological Survey
TOPIC: How OK Geological Survey is Supporting the Development of Hydrogen in Oklahoma
11:30 am – 12:45 pm | GEOTHERMAL ENERGY SESSION
This session will cover a range of topics of current interest, with a focus on current field-scale activities in the state that involve depleted fields along with abandoned oil and gas wells; plus topics for future field-scale studies. This session will:
Address gaps in the geothermal database and its impact on exploration and production models.
Discuss the development of new models and analytical techniques used to evaluate the performance efficiency of different designs of Enhanced Geothermal Systems and various production strategies.
James Howard, Research Professor, Dept. of Geosciences, University of Tulsa
Dr. Saeed Salehi, Associate Professor, Mewbourne Professorship in Petroleum Engineering, University of Oklahoma
TOPIC: Scalable Geothermal Energy Potential Leveraged through Oil and Gas Industry Experience
Dr. Mustafa Onur, McMan Endowed Chair Professor of Petroleum Engineering, University of Tulsa
TOPIC: New Geothermal Heat Pump Thermal Tests and Analytical Methods to Predict the Performance of Different Well Designs for an Enhanced Geothermal System
Dr. Cesar Vivas, Geothermal Project Coordinator, University of Oklahoma
TOPIC: Data Analytics for Unleashing Geothermal Resources
8:00 am – 12:45 pm | POSTER SESSION
Anne Grau, Director of Teaching, Center of Energy Studies, University of Tulsa
Join us for an exciting poster session at the Roserock Energy Conference, hosted at TU this November. This session is a culmination of the Energy Management Program’s 3-Hour Independent Study Course, where students have embarked on a deep dive into critical energy topics, guided by structured coursework. This poster session promises to provide valuable insights into pressing energy topics and the potential solutions that could shape the future of the energy industry. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with cutting-edge research and the future leaders of the energy sector.
Analyzing the Materialization and Feasibility of the Energy Infrastructure Reinvestment Provision of the Inflation Reduction Act
Presenter: Ileana Braddock, Sr. Energy Management Student, University of Tulsa
Our students have delved into the intricate details of the Energy Infrastructure Reinvestment Provision within the Inflation Reduction Act. Through rigorous research, they explore the materialization and feasibility of this crucial policy, shedding light on its potential impact on the energy sector.
Developing an Index for EV Profitability in the Contiguous United States
Presenter: Jared Crawford, Sr. Energy Management Student, University of Tulsa
By dissecting energy prices, assessing energy consumption patterns for transportation, and examining electric vehicle (EV) usage statistics, our students aim to uncover underlying patterns. These patterns will serve as the foundation for an innovative index that can predict the profitability of Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (EVI) deployment across the contiguous United States, contributing to sustainable energy practices.
Russian Crude Oil Production, Sanctions, and Ukraine Conflict
Presenter: Luis Salazar, Sr. Energy Management Student, University of Tulsa
Our students have undertaken a comprehensive study of the complex interplay between Russian crude oil production, Western sanctions, and the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. They have uncovered various strategies employed by Russia to circumvent sanctions, which are crucial for understanding the geopolitical dynamics and the global energy landscape.
12:45 pm | NETWORKING BOXED LUNCH (included in registration fee)
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm | ROSE ROCK ENERGY CONFERENCE DEALMAKERS SESSION
University of Tulsa, Collins College of Business, Helmerich Hall, Studio Blue (HELM 200D)
Showcasing the energy prominence, expertise and opportunities of Tulsa specifically, Oklahoma broadly, and our region.
Tally Ferguson, Applied Assistant Professor of Finance
University of Tulsa
Agenda Subject to Change
Conference pre-registration is required because seats are limited.