C&P Luncheon: Staging Strategies for Improving SRV Distribution in the Eagle Ford Shale

Speaker Lyle V. Lehman
Principal Project Manager and Special Projects StrataGen Engineering Lyle Lehman has been principally involved in tight gas stimulation throughout his 35+ year career which has taken him from West Texas to the U.S. Mid-Continent and Latin America. Lyle has written more than 12 papers on various aspects of stimulation including ...

Principal Project Manager and Special Projects StrataGen Engineering


Lyle Lehman has been principally involved in tight gas stimulation throughout his 35+ year career which has taken him from West Texas to the U.S. Mid-Continent and Latin America. Lyle has written more than 12 papers on various aspects of stimulation including rock mechanics, frac fluids, conductivity and economics surrounding decision making in stimulation design and field development. Lyle has six patents with several patents pending all in the area of stimulation. He has principally worked as a consultant throughout his career but was the product manager for stimulation for Halliburton and was drilling and completions practice manager for Landmark. Lyle earned a BS in chemistry (qualified program) from the University of Oklahoma. He is currently involved in managing projects and business development for StrataGen.

Full Description
This talk will discuss how to determine if your fracture is becoming complex or not and how to encourage complexity.  A review of the completion toolbox and what can be used to change the treatment scheme. Lastly, results utilizing this process will be reviewed.
Organizer Mark Chapman