Permian Basin: LWD Borehole Imaging Enhances Completion Design for More Production & Reduces Risk

Speaker Mike E Rosenmayer
US Land Business Development Manager LWD & Formation Evaluation Baker Hughes Mike E Rosenmayer received his BSE in Geological Engineering from the University of Missouri Rolla in June 1982 and a BSE in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Oklahoma in December 1983. Mike went on to Schlumberger Wire Line ...

US Land Business Development Manager LWD & Formation Evaluation
Baker Hughes


Mike E Rosenmayer received his BSE in Geological Engineering from the University of Missouri Rolla in June 1982 and a BSE in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Oklahoma in December 1983. Mike went on to Schlumberger Wire Line Services for the next 7 years as an Open Hole Engineer and Geosciences Advisor for the US Land and Gulf of Mexico Offshore group. In 1991 Mike was made manager at Schlumberger’s Lognet Hub, a remote rig site data delivery service. From1997-2001 Mike was the Data Management Project Manager for Schlumberger’s GeoQuest. After leaving Schlumberger in 2001 Mike became a manager with Baker Hughes overseeing their WellLink/BEACON Digital Oilfield Services Remote Rig Site Data Delivery and Real Time Remote Witnessing program. His current role with Baker Hughes is as the US Land Business Development Manager LWD & Formation Evaluation.

Full Description
LWD Borehole Imaging Enhances Completion Design for More Production & Reduces Risk: • LWD borehole imaging enables a clear concise 20/20 360 degree view of the borehole structural and sedimentary geology that other services i.e. Gamma Ray imaging and seismic cannot deliver. • This enables a very intelligent completion design where faults are avoided that waste huge amounts of pumping services energy and also can have you penetrate into water bearing formations losing the well. • LWD borehole imaging also enables targeting areas of high return from the completion such as brittle or fractured areas that bring back great return from the completion investment. • In many basins LWD borehole imaging also enables you to avoid areas of very malleable/ductile rock that can provide a very poor return on the completion investment thus saving the customer money. • The LWD tools are typically a Laterolog type of resistivity measurement and can be deployed in wells drilled with water based drilling mud ranging from a brine to fresh water. • The drilling fluids companies are also bringing to market new synthetic oil base mud substitutes that can enable this service delivery in formerly oil based mud drilled wells. • LWD borehole imaging also enables you to avoid offset induced fractures from the neighboring wells completion job. • We will review a generic probabilistic value model showing a range on ROI and the financial potential it can offer. • A Risk/Reward profile will be reviewed showing how its heavily skewed towards the return and reveals minimal risk exposure.
Organizer Amy Timmons

When?

Tue, May. 15, 2012
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. US/Central

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Where?

Westlake Club
570 Westlake Club
Houston, TX 77079

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