Westside: Is There More Value in Number of Fracs or Greater Effective Frac Length?

Speaker Shawn Holzhauser, Completion Engineering Team Lead, Shell
Shawn Holzhauser graduated from LSU with a BS degree in chemical engineering in 2004.  He has worked in several different roles at Shell, including subsea completions both domestically and internationally, production surveillance of conventional tight gas assets in south Texas, and development optimization of both the Haynesville and Eagle Ford ...

Shawn Holzhauser graduated from LSU with a BS degree in chemical engineering in 2004.  He has worked in several different roles at Shell, including subsea completions both domestically and internationally, production surveillance of conventional tight gas assets in south Texas, and development optimization of both the Haynesville and Eagle Ford shales.  He is currently the completion engineering team lead for the Eagle Ford and Haynesville shale assets at Shell in Houston.

Full Description

Is there more value in the number of fracs or in the propped fracture half-length?  This question has been asked with regard to various formations and fields for the past few decades.  This presentation will discuss some modeling results used to direct field trials and analyze the data collected. The field trials and associated data collection were conducted in the Eagle Ford shale.

Organizer Andrea Hersey

Telephone 281.646.2805     Email  andrea.hersey@momentive.com

When?

Wed, Nov. 20, 2013
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. America/Chicago

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Norris Westchase Center
9990 Richmond Ave., Suite 102
Houston, TX 77042

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