March 18, 2015


Description

 

Multiple hydraulic fractures created using limited entry techniques interact with each other and cause accelerated growth of some individual fractures at the expense of the slowdown of others.  The created fractures are not parallel with each other and some of them may intersect and coalesce with adjacent fractures.  The net effect is a complex and non-uniform production pattern.  This presentation will discuss the cause and effect of these phenomena and methods by which they may be altered.


Featured Speakers

Speaker Ali Daneshy, President, Daneshy Consultants International
Ali Daneshy is President of Daneshy Consultants International and adjunct professor in the Cullen College of Engineering at the University of Houston, where he teaches a graduate course on hydraulic fracturing.  He has over 45 years of experience in the technology and application of hydraulic fracturing and has published numerous …

Ali Daneshy is President of Daneshy Consultants International and adjunct professor in the Cullen College of Engineering at the University of Houston, where he teaches a graduate course on hydraulic fracturing.  He has over 45 years of experience in the technology and application of hydraulic fracturing and has published numerous papers on the subject.  He is co-Editor-in-Chief of the Hydraulic Fracturing Journal, a quarterly publication entirely dedicated to the technology of hydraulic fracturing.  At the present time his main focus is on research, consulting and teaching short courses related to horizontal well fracturing.


 

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Organizer

Sandeep Pedam

Telephone:  713-591-5738        Email:  sandeep.pedam@conocophillips.com


 


Date and Time

Wed, March 18, 2015

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) America/Chicago

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Location

Norris Westchase Center

9990 Richmond Ave., Suite 102
Houston, TX 77042



Group(s): Westside