Westside: Well Spacing Insights from Pilot Study in the Eagle Ford Shale

Speaker Remy Basquet, Reservoir Technology Group Lead - Eagle Ford Asset, Statoil
Remy Basquet is currently the Reservoir Technology Group lead for the Eagle Ford asset at Statoil in Houston.  His first 5 years in the industry was spent with Elf Exploration Production, including time spent working on his PhD in solid and fluid mechanics at the University of Bordeaux.  At Elf ...

Remy Basquet is currently the Reservoir Technology Group lead for the Eagle Ford asset at Statoil in Houston.  His first 5 years in the industry was spent with Elf Exploration Production, including time spent working on his PhD in solid and fluid mechanics at the University of Bordeaux.  At Elf his focus was on the productivity evaluation of complex wells.  His next 5 years was spent at the French Institute of Petroleum working on carbonate / naturally fractured reservoirs.  For the past 8 years, Remy has been working for Statoil, most recently focusing on the Eagle Ford shale.


 

Full Description

In order to determine the optimal well spacing in a black oil region, a pilot test was organized.  An intense data acquisition program was conducted, including microseismic, fluid and proppant tracing, production logging, and interference testing.  This presentation will discuss the various tests that were conducted during the course of this pilot study and demonstrate how the results of those tests were employed to guide the operator towards a decision regarding optimal well spacing.

 

Organizer Andrea Hersey

Telephone 281.646.2805          Email  andrea.hersey@momentive.com

When?

Wed, May. 21, 2014
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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