Westside: An Integrated Approach to Candidate Selection for Refracturing Success

Speaker: Jason Baihly, Commercial and Risk Assessment Manager, Schlumberger
Speaker Jason Baihly, Commercial and Risk Assessment Manager, Schlumberger
Jason Baihly is currently the Commercial and Risk Assessment Manager for Schlumberger.  In this role, he develops alternative business models to help operators perform projects with minimal impacts on their capital budgets for new, DUC, and refracturing applications.  Jason also leads Schlumberger’s integrated refracturing efforts including candidate recognition, economic analysis, ...

Jason Baihly is currently the Commercial and Risk Assessment Manager for Schlumberger.  In this role, he develops alternative business models to help operators perform projects with minimal impacts on their capital budgets for new, DUC, and refracturing applications.  Jason also leads Schlumberger’s integrated refracturing efforts including candidate recognition, economic analysis, job design, marketing, and R&D.  His team has reviewed refrac candidates from over 40 plays and executed refracs in approximately 20 plays.  Jason has 15 years of experience focused in tight rock plays including tight sands, carbonates, and shales.  He has worked in various aspects of the oil and gas industry including pressure pumping services, completions, consulting services, asset management, and integration.  Jason has a BS in civil engineering from the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and an MSc in petroleum engineering management from Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland.


 

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Refracturing in unconventional plays has gained popularity in the past few years.  This has been due to multiple factors, including many of the older laterals being under-stimulated, improvements in degradable chemical diverters, low recovery factors in unconventionals, and operators trying to improve their overall capital efficiency.  Before choosing the appropriate method to divert and isolate in refracturing treatments, the candidates must be carefully selected.  This presentation will discuss various single and multi-dimensional approaches to refracturing candidate selection.  Questions such as what makes a good refracturing candidate and how should one go about selecting a refracturing candidate will be answered.  Multi-dimensional approaches including a multivariable and a matrix approach will be covered.  A detailed example applying the matrix approach to over a dozen refractured laterals across a single basin will be presented, including production results.  A candidate vetting process including key reservoir, well construction, and completion considerations will be articulated to help avoid common pitfalls when finalizing a refracturing candidate.  Lastly, a candidate selection and execution case study workflow example will be covered for a recently refractured lateral.

Organizer Stephen Loving

Telephone:  (713) 328-2244          Email: stephen.loving@corelab.com


 


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When?

Wed, Nov. 9, 2016
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. America/Chicago

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Norris Westchase Center
9990 Richmond Ave., Suite 102
Houston, TX 77042
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