PF&C: Best Practices for Implementation of a Chemical Management Program in Eagle Ford Shale developments

Speaker Dr. Huz Ismail
Huz is currently employed with Maxoil Solutions as a Production Chemist. He possesses a MS in Chemistry from Brandeis University and a PhD in Chemical Physics from MIT. He has over 6 years’ experience in addressing oil & gas production chemistry needs and challenges. Prior to joining Maxoil, Huz was ...

Huz is currently employed with Maxoil Solutions as a Production Chemist. He possesses a MS in Chemistry from Brandeis University and a PhD in Chemical Physics from MIT. He has over 6 years’ experience in addressing oil & gas production chemistry needs and challenges. Prior to joining Maxoil, Huz was employed at Baker Hughes as a Sr. Researcher. He has authored over 20 technical articles & white papers and holds numerous patents. He is a 5 year member of SPE and currently co-chairs a NACE committee on Corrosion Monitoring.

Full Description

Since the discovery of the Eagle Ford Shale Play in 2008, South Texas has once again seen a significant boom in Oil and Natural Gas activity. With an estimated 3 billion barrels of oil in recoverable reserves, some $30 billion will be spent on developing the play in 2013 alone. With the numerous challenges facing operators in developing these plays, the implementation of a sound and effective chemical management program is quite often overlooked. Overwhelmed operators typically rely upon the chemical providers to support and implement these chemical programs, realizing too late that the ability of managing the program has slipped from their grasp.

The presentation will outline some of the key chemical challenges operators face in the Eagle Ford Shale, particularly in the area of mitigation of H2S and paraffin deposition.  Using data obtained from lab audits, field trials, and advance-data analytics from field service reports, a metric-driven chemical management program can be realized.  Implementing such a program provides the Operator with economic and operational efficiencies, ultimately resulting in a more reliable and consistent production portfolio.

 

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Organizer Brad Nelson

Phone: (832) 230-8246
E-mail: bnelson@maxoilsolutions.com


 


 


 

When?

Tue, May. 21, 2013
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. America/Chicago

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Where?

Norris Center City Center
801 Town & Country Blvd #210
Houston, TX 77024

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