C&P: Advances in Production & Completion Optimization--Quantifying Drainage Volume & Understanding Refracs......

Speaker: Sudhendu “Kash” Kashikar
Speaker Sudhendu “Kash” Kashikar
Sudhendu “Kash” Kashikar has over 20 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. He specializes in commercializing multi-disciplined technical solutions – bridging the gap between drilling, completions and seismic. Kash began his career with Schlumberger as a field engineer and worked numerous international assignments in operations, sales, marketing ...

Sudhendu “Kash” Kashikar has over 20 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. He specializes in commercializing multi-disciplined technical solutions – bridging the gap between drilling, completions and seismic. Kash began his career with Schlumberger as a field engineer and worked numerous international assignments in operations, sales, marketing and new technology development. Prior to joining MicroSeismic, Kash spent time developing and commercializing Fiber Optic Distributed Sensing technology and was the Global Head of Oil and Gas for Fibercore.


 Kash has a Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Poona and a Master of Science in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Oklahoma. He has authored numerous technical papers and patents.

Full Description

 

In this lower price environment, many operators are looking to technology to help minimize cost and improve production. In this presentation, Sudhendu Kashikar will cover how microseismic technology is being reinvented to provide invaluable information to both completions and reservoir engineers. 

Because microseismic technology uses actual recorded data away from the wellbore, it is one of the few technologies that can provide insight into some of the unanswered questions operators have. This presentation will discuss the technology of monitoring and optimizing refracs including early findings from this work – such as the identifying effectiveness of diverters, impact of treatment pressure on re-frac, and how to identify and delineate newly created fractures from pre-existing, depleted fractures. The presentation will also introduce a method for better understanding production through use of microseismic constrained reservoir simulation.

Organizer Jonathan Godwin

Contact Information


Phone: (713)259-9726


Email:  jongodwin@hotmail.com

When?

Wed, Apr. 22, 2015
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. US/Central

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Greenspoint Club
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Houston, Texas 77060
United States

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