Dec. 8, 2010


Description

 
Performance Analysis of the Bakken:
A Reservoir Engineering Perspective
 
 
A vast amount of production data is currently available for Bakken wells in the Williston Basin. Various types of data can be used to predict completion efficiencies and to project ultimate recoveries.  This presentation will describe analytical techniques that are being used to evaluate the performance of Bakken wells.  In particular it will focus on how public data, daily production data, and pressure transient testing can be used to gain an understanding of Bakken performance, and it will further demonstrate how this information can be used to evaluate completion efficiency and ultimate recovery.  The most important point to be made is to move away from rate time and cumulative time techniques and to attempt to discriminate between flow capacity and completion skin by incorporating pressure estimates and more formal production analyses.  
 
 
 
Please print and bring credit card receipt if you registered and paid on-line.
 
Please register before the deadline at noon on Monday, December 6th if you plan to attend. Walk-in registrations on the day of the meeting will be accepted for a limited number of seats based on the number of registered attendees or the maximum capacity of the Carriage Room. Thank you
 
 

Featured Speakers

Speaker Stuart Cox
Senior Technical Consultant Marathon Oil Company   Stuart Cox is a Senior Technical Consultant with Marathon Oil Company’s Upstream Technology organization in Houston.  He has 25 years experience focused on operations and reservoir engineering.  Since 1990 Stuart’s primary emphasis has been on production optimization of tight gas and unconventional reservoirs.  He is …

Senior Technical Consultant
Marathon Oil Company


 



Stuart Cox is a Senior Technical Consultant with Marathon Oil Company’s Upstream Technology organization in Houston.  He has 25 years experience focused on operations and reservoir engineering.  Since 1990 Stuart’s primary emphasis has been on production optimization of tight gas and unconventional reservoirs.  He is a Marathon in-house instructor on pressure transient and production analysis.  He was an SPE Distinguished Lecturer in 2009-10.  He received a BS degree in petroleum engineering from the University of Tulsa and is a registered professional engineer in Alaska and Oklahoma.  


 


 


Full Description



Organizer

Alex McCoy


Date and Time

Wed, Dec. 8, 2010

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

The WestLake Club - Carriage Room

570 WestLake Park Blvd
Houston, Texas 77079