YP September Luncheon: Unconventional Resources Exploitation Workflow : Innovation and Experience.

Speaker Andrew C. Poon
Unconventional Resources Director Weatherford   Andrew Poon is Director – Unconventional Resources with Weatherford. Andrew began his career with a major oilfield service company and has over 30 years of experience in all aspects of oilfield services including operations, marketing, sales, consulting services and general management in wireline, LWD, pumping ...

Unconventional Resources Director
Weatherford




 


Andrew Poon is Director – Unconventional Resources with Weatherford. Andrew began his career with a major oilfield service company and has over 30 years of experience in all aspects of oilfield services including operations, marketing, sales, consulting services and general management in wireline, LWD, pumping services, seismic, microseismic and M&A in North & South America, the Middle East and Europe. He spent the past three years working resource plays in the North American “shale reservoirs”. Andrew has B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Physics, an MBA, is a Chartered Engineer (UK), and a professional member of the SPE, AIPN, IET, and IEEE.

Full Description
Unconventional Resources Exploitation : Innovation Meets Experience
 
Abstract:
 
This talk focuses on using a knowledge-based approach to integrated formation evaluation and well engineering throughout the unconventional resources exploitation workflow, driven by upfront geoscience understanding and further enabled by multidisciplinary solutions. It will illustrate the importance of Integrating technologies and interpreting available data to find the sweet spots and to ultimately optimize resource exploitation.
 
It will also explore solutions to rising costs—how to produce a well economically while maximizing production. Much of the development of unconventional plays, and shale in particular, has been based on the idea that success was a relatively direct process of drilling and hydraulically fracturing the reservoir. Several successful case studies will be highlighted to demonstrate the value of initial reservoir characterization and planning.
 
 
Please contact Pavitra Timbalia for any questions!
Organizer Pavitra Timbalia

When?

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

How Much?

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Where?

Petroleum Club
800 Bell St.
Houston, TX 77002

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