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  • RETURN UNDELIVERABLE CANADIAN ADDRESSES TO:

    CSPG – 150, 540 – 5th Ave SW Calgary, AB, T2P 0M2

    $7.00 MARCH/APRIL 2019 VOLUME 46, ISSUE 2 Canadian Publication Mail Contract – 40070050

    In This Issue... Displaying Well Control Incident Data in

    Petrel A Workflow for Promoting Rig Safety Across Disciplines

    Go Take A Hike The Rocks Provincial Park,

    Hopewell Cape, New Brunkswick

    2019 Core Conference

  • MONTNEY | OIL SANDS | DUVERNAY

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    CSPG COORDINATING EDITOR Emma MacPherson, Communications Coordinator, Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists Tel: 403-513-1230, emma.macpherson@cspg.org The RESERVOIR is published 6 times per year by the Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists. The purpose of the RESERVOIR is to publicize the Society’s many activities and to promote the geosciences. We look for both technical and non-technical material to publish.

    The contents of this publication may not be reproduced either in part or in full without the consent of the publisher. Additional copies of the RESERVOIR are available at the CSPG office.

    No official endorsement or sponsorship by the CSPG is implied for any advertisement, insert, or article that appears in the Reservoir unless otherwise noted. All submitted materials are reviewed by the editor. We reserve the right to edit all submissions, including letters to the Editor. Submissions must include your name, address, and membership number (if applicable).The material contained in this publication is intended for informational use only.

    While reasonable care has been taken, authors and the CSPG make no guarantees that any of the equations, schematics, or devices discussed will perform as expected or that they will give the desired results. Some information contained herein may be inaccurate or may vary from standard measurements. The CSPG expressly disclaims any and all liability for the acts, omissions, or conduct of any third-party user of information contained in this publication. Under no circumstances shall the CSPG and its officers, directors, employees, and agents be liable for any injury, loss, damage, or expense arising in any manner whatsoever from the acts, omissions, or conduct of any third-party user.

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    RESERVOIR ISSUE 2 • MARCH/APRIL 2019 3

    PRESIDENT Marty Hewitt

    president@cspg.org

    PRESIDENT ELECT Jen Russel-Houston

    Osum Oil Sands Corp. presidentelect@cspg.org

    PAST PRESIDENT Clinton Tippett

    pastpresident@cspg.org

    FINANCE DIRECTOR Ray Geuder

    directorfinance@cspg.org

    FINANCE DIRECTOR ELECT Kelty Latos

    ConocoPhillips Canada Ltd. directorfinanceelect@cspg.org

    DIRECTOR Colin Etienne

    Canbriam Energy outreach@cspg.org

    DIRECTOR Amy Fox

    Enlighten Geoscience Ltd.. education@cspg.org

    DIRECTOR Travis Hobbs

    Encana Corporation publications@cspg.org

    DIRECTOR Alex MacNeil

    Osum Oil Sands Corp. conferences@cspg.org

    DIRECTOR Laurie Brazzoni

    membershipdirector@cspg.org

    BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2019

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  • RESERVOIR ISSUE 2 • MARCH/APRIL 2019 5

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    FRONT COVER

    Kilt Rock, Scotland. Kilt Rock is a 90 m-high sea cliff on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. It consists of Paleogene dolerite with vertical columnar joints. It is part of the north Skye Sill Complex that intrudes the Middle Jurassic Valtos Sandstone at this location.

    Photo: Rob Galant

    MARCH/APRIL 2019 – VOLUME 46, ISSUE 2

    MONTHLY SPONSORS ..............................................................................................4

    LETTER FROM THE EDITOR ...................................................................................6

    MESSAGE FROM THE BOARD ...............................................................................7

    TECHNICAL ARTICLE

    Displaying Well Control Incident Data in Petrel A Workflow for Promoting Rig Safety Across Disciplines ..........................................................................................8

    Go Take a Hike ........................................................................................................13

    UPCOMING EVENTS

    Technical Luncheon ...............................................................................................15

    Division Talks ..........................................................................................................16

    GEOCOMMUNITY TALKS

    GeoWomen Luncheon Talk ...................................................................................27

    SOCIETY NEWS

    2019 Core Conference ............................................................................................29

    30th Annual CSPG Mixed Golf Tournament August 23, 2019 .............................30

    WIUGC Student Conference Wrap Up ..................................................................31

    CSPG Graduate Student Thesis Award (PhD) .......................................................32

    Graduate Student Thesis Award (M.Sc.) ...............................................................34

    In Memoriam ..........................................................................................................36

  • 6 RESERVOIR ISSUE 2 • MARCH/APRIL 2019

    LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

    It is springtime already. Spring skiing, Easter statutory holiday, race to the wire in beer league hockey and summer vacation holiday planning time. Of course, it also means daydreams of geological field trips.

    CSPG still has copies of the monster 2-volume “Classic Field Trips of Western Canada”, which will soon be replaced by the “Go Take a Hike” initiative. See the website for details on how you can be involved and how your company can champion this unique e-publication. It represents a way of keeping our 21st Century CSPG publications constantly at the state-of-the-art; alive and relevant to our profession.

    Speaking of relevance, why are field trips so attractive to the geoscience community? (spoiler alert! No brainer ahead). We have a visceral need to touch, break apart, examine, document and learn ever more about what is nature’s most enduring publication – the Rock Record. Be it igneous, metamorphic or sedimentary; a rock is where it is at. It feeds our intellectual needs; represents our profession; and the rock provides a cornucopia of good things for humankind. Even if a few folks seem to be of the opposite opinion.

    Field trips are a never-ending string of enjoyable days in the open with old friends, new friends and a chance to share our knowledge with young folks just entering the exciting world of geoscience. They also have the pragmatic appeal of getting up close and personal with the reservoir rocks we seek to exploit to create the feedstock for that cornucopia of Good Things.

    Petroleum geolo