Event Date/Time: Nov 28, 2012 End Date/Time: Nov 29, 2012
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The Mississippi Lime Congress 2012 is a pioneering event in the industry committed to delivering commercially valuable solutions for production optimization through the development of completions best practices. It has been designed to provide delegates with take-away solutions on how to maximize ROI on this liquids rich asset.

Day one will focus on the geological variance in the Mississippian Lime and the exploration and well data necessary to drive completions and recover commercial volumes of hydrocarbons from the play. Delegates will hear how operators in the play are adapting a variety of petrophysical and seismic and data to target the most productive sweet spots across the formation. Solutions for managing produced water will also be explored in day one to quantify the costs that this aspect of production could incur and how to improve the economics of water management.

Day two concentrates on completions design, exploring how the completions techniques used in a shale play can be adapted and applied to a carbonate reservoir. It will focus on asessing techniques including acid fracs, fluid and proppant selection, determining number of frac stages and perforations and comparing open vs cased hole completions to establish the most economical way to produce wells in the Mississippian Lime. Day two will conclude with case studies from East and West Oklahoma to establish the impact of formation location on completions and assess the economic future of those respective locations in the Mississippi Lime play.