Organization: Hanson Wade
|Event Date/Time: Dec 09, 2013||End Date/Time: Dec 12, 2013|
This year’s Unconventional Completion Optimization meeting will bring together completion engineering experts from across North America and Canada to help you drive down completion costs without damaging recovery.
Including case studies from the Granite Wash, Eagleford, Bakken, Anadarko Basin, the Wolfcamp and the Slave Point Formation, Unconventional Completion Optimization will use practical examples and interactive roundtables to help you optimize the performance of your hydraulic fractures, pinpoint which completion type will yield the greatest recovery and identify optimal perforation locations.
Completion engineering experts from operators including Apache, ConocoPhillips, Magnum Hunter Resources, PennWest, Beacon E&P and Repsol will share their techniques and technologies on how to optimize completions in unconventional reservoirs.Over 4 days, you will hear from:
• ConocoPhillips on how they have optimized the performance of hydraulic fracturing treatments for increased productivity in horizontal Wolfcamp unconventional oil wells in the Midland Basin
• Apache on building a completion strategy that will achieve the highest recovery with the least amount of capital: From lateral characterization to well spacing, optimizing completions from beginning to end
• Schlumberger as they explore the use of microseismic for the calibration of complex hydraulic fracture models: What is the true value of microseismic as a diagnostics tool?
• PennWest charting the evolution of drilling and completions in the Slave Point formation: How have optimized techniques impacted on economics?
• Magnum Hunter debating the use of fracture valves against the use of plug-and-perf in the oil segment of the Eagleford
• Sean Buchanan on optimizing value through well-spacing; How close is too close? Sean shares his results so far
• Texas A&M contrast the production results from ceramic proppant, cross link and slick water fracs to assess which yields the biggest recoveries