Permian Basin: No Walk-In Room: Leading Successful Refracturing Campaign in the Permian Basin

Speaker Anton Babaniyazov
Mr. Anton Babaniyazov is a Staff Production Engineer for ConocoPhillips. In his current role Anton leading implementation of infill drilling and recompletion programs in Permian Conventional Asset. Prior to ConocoPhillips, Anton served in a variety of domestic and international upstream production and development positions for Schlumberger - Integrated Project Management (IPM) ...

Mr. Anton Babaniyazov is a Staff Production Engineer for ConocoPhillips. In his current role Anton leading implementation of infill drilling and recompletion programs in Permian Conventional Asset.


Prior to ConocoPhillips, Anton served in a variety of domestic and international upstream production and development positions for Schlumberger - Integrated Project Management (IPM) - starting his career as Drilling Engineer in Oman, Facility and Production Engineer in South Africa offshore, Production Lead for gas assets in Romania, followed by Reservoir and Production engineering  assignments in West Texas.


He is a graduate of Tomsk Polytechnic University with MS degree in Petroleum Engineering.

Full Description

Due to the number of attendees preregistered, we will not be able to accommodate any walk-ins.

With the growing numbers of aging wellbores, rework in the existing zones such as refracturing helps to reduce temporarily abandoned well counts, increase production rates, and often reserves. In spite of the suppressed oil prices the “rework inventory” remains high and economically attractive for Permian Basin operators. This presentation is focused on the steps taking to assure a high success rate of refracturing treatments. The topic supported by case histories and lessons learned from refracturing job planning, execution and evaluation. Specific attention  given to the challenges of well candidates selection, fracturing placement, diversion and well integrity.

 

Organizer Amy Timmons