C&P: It took years to get it, but we have another lesson from the Barnett Shale!

Speaker: Brian Dzubin
Speaker Brian Dzubin
Sr. Engineering Consultant StrataGen Engineering BIO:   As Senior Engineering Consultant for StrataGen Engineering, Brian Dzubin's responsibilities include the design and evaluation of hydraulic fracturing treatments, interpretation of diagnostic fracture injection tests (DFIT), and field studies. With over 10 years of experience in the industry, Brian has been involved in ...

Sr. Engineering Consultant
StrataGen Engineering



BIO:


 


As Senior Engineering Consultant for StrataGen Engineering, Brian Dzubin's responsibilities include the design and evaluation of hydraulic fracturing treatments, interpretation of diagnostic fracture injection tests (DFIT), and field studies. With over 10 years of experience in the industry, Brian has been involved in a wide range of domestic and international projects. Recently, Brian has championed the use of DFITs in several public forums and co-authored three SPE papers. Brian holds a Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin. 


 


 


 


 


 




Full Description
The challenge in our industry is to maximize value of assets using the fewest wells and the shortest time span. In the realm of completion design in unconventional reservoirs, using trial-and-error methods to answer questions regarding perforating, staging, or material selection can be somewhat counter-productive in this challenge.

In this presentation, a completion workflow for unconventional reservoirs will be outlined. A case history using data from the Barnett Shale will be presented. Lessons learned from this data set representing a time-span of years will be compared to conclusions that were developed in weeks using the proposed workflow.
As Senior Engineering Consultant for StrataGen Engineering, Brian Dzubin's responsibilities include the design and evaluation of hydraulic fracturing treatments, interpretation of diagnostic fracture injection tests (DFIT), and field studies. With over 10 years of experience in the industry, Brian has been involved in a wide range of domestic and international projects. Recently, Brian has championed the use of DFITs in several public forums and co-authored three SPE papers. Brian holds a Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin.


 
Organizer David Flores

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Wed, Aug. 25, 2010
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. US/Central

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The Greenspoint Club
16925 Northchase
Houston, Texas 77060
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