Reservoir: Refracturing – Why, When and When Not To

Speaker: George E. King
Speaker George E. King
George E. King is a registered professional engineer with over 43 years of oil and gas industry experience since joining Amoco Research Center in 1971.  His technical work has provided advances in fracturing and well construction risk analysis, underbalanced perforating, sand control reliability, and unconventional formations. Currently, he is working ...

George E. King is a registered professional engineer with over 43 years of oil and gas industry experience since joining Amoco Research Center in 1971.  His technical work has provided advances in fracturing and well construction risk analysis, underbalanced perforating, sand control reliability, and unconventional formations. Currently, he is working with new technologies for the oil and gas industry. He holds degrees in Chemistry from Oklahoma State University, as well as Chemical Engineering and Petroleum Engineering from the University of Tulsa, where he also taught completions and workovers for 11 years at night as an adjunct professor.  He has written 70 technical papers and was awarded the 2004 SPE Production Operations Award and the 2012 Engineer of the Year award from the Houston Region of the Texas Society of Professional Engineers . He is Apache’s Distinguished Engineering Advisor. He lives in Katy, Texas. One of his hobbies is rebuilding vintage Ford Mustangs.

Full Description

Refracturing can be a useful tool to improve production from shale wells and conventional reservoirs at a fraction of the cost of drilling and completing a new well, but what are the indicators that another fracture will be successful and what are the red flags?

Organizer Juan Carlos Picott

jpicott@maxoilsolutions.com


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Thu, Nov. 13, 2014
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. US/Central

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