Westside Workshop: Challenges in Unconventional Reservoir Development

Speaker Keynote: Nathan McMahan, Director Unconventional Reservoirs Excellence, ConocoPhillips
Unlocking Opportunity: How Rapid Technological Advancements and Productivity Improvements are Impacting Unconventional Reservoir Development Unconventional Reservoirs have arrived as a significant portfolio for many oil and gas companies. There are many stories that could be told about the unconventional reservoir revolution, one of the most fascinating has to do with ...

Unlocking Opportunity: How Rapid Technological Advancements and Productivity Improvements are Impacting Unconventional Reservoir Development


Unconventional Reservoirs have arrived as a significant portfolio for many oil and gas companies. There are many stories that could be told about the unconventional reservoir revolution, one of the most fascinating has to do with the impact rapid technological advancements and productivity improvements impacting unconventional asset development and lowering the cost of supply.


Exploring this from both a look-back and look-forward perspective, operators face numerous challenges in understanding these reservoirs and how to best exploit them in a low commodity price environment. Enormous progress has been made to date by E&P companies and considerable additional technically-driven cost of supply reductions are likely to be achieved.

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Scheduled Presentations:

Case Study of Completion Techniques in the Utica, Hess
Early Economic Learning for Unconventional Reservoir Development: Antelope Shale Case History, Chevron ETC
High Yield FR Pilot Application in the Duvernay, Encana
 
Reservoir Engineering Aspects of Production Optimization for Unconventional Reservoirs, PetroEdge 
Well Spacing and Recovery Optimization in Unconventional Reservoirs: Challenges Faced and Solutions to Address Them, Halliburton
Enhanced Oil Recovery in Unconventional Reservoirs - Are we there yet?, Schlumberger
 
High Density Completions - Fake News?, OXY
Frac Hit Observations in the Black Hawk Field - An Eagle Ford Case Study, Devon Energy
Core-Log Integration Techniques for the Development of a Petrophysical Model of The Wolfcamp Midland Basin - Implications for Placement of Horizontal Wells, Core Laboratories
 
Mining the Bakken – Driving Cluster Efficiency Higher Using Particulate Diverters, Liberty Resources 
Bakken Refrac Evaluation: Investigating Re-Stimulation Options in Mature Wells with Existing Lateral Liner Installations, Marathon    
Technology Driven Type Curve Generation in Bakken, ConocoPhillips  

 

Sponsors:

ConocoPhillips, Core Laboratories, Halliburton and Schlumberger

Organizer Stephen Loving

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


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When?

Wed, Mar. 29, 2017
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. America/Chicago

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Where?

Core Laboratories Inc.
6323 Windfern Road
Houston, TX 77040

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