Feb. 18, 2015


Description

The Granite Wash formation continues to be a prolific hydrocarbon producer, with over 1600 wells drilled during the past 10 years.  During 2012 and 2013 an extensive development program was initiated by one operator in which 144 wells were drilled and completed with multi-stage hydraulically stimulated horizontal wells.  These wells utilized various types of completion diagnostics to: (1) evaluate vertical and horizontal communication within the Granite Wash, (2) identify potential horizontal loading problems and (3) characterize long-term fracturing fluid movement.  This presentation will share highlights from a very large completion diagnostic dataset and the resultant applications to production optimization.

 

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Featured Speakers

Speaker Chad Senters, Region Engineering Advisor, ProTechnics
Chad Senters is the Region Engineering Advisor for the ProTechnics division of Core Laboratories in Oklahoma City, specializing in completion diagnostics.  Chad has over 8 years of experience in the oil and gas industry during which he has focused on stimulation, coiled tubing and downhole tools.  Chad graduated from the ...

Chad Senters is the Region Engineering Advisor for the ProTechnics division of Core Laboratories in Oklahoma City, specializing in completion diagnostics.  Chad has over 8 years of experience in the oil and gas industry during which he has focused on stimulation, coiled tubing and downhole tools.  Chad graduated from the University of Missouri Rolla with a BS degree in chemical engineering.  This presentation was coauthored by Linn Energy and was first presented in Amsterdam at the 2014 SPE ATCE.

Full Description



Organizer

Danica Hurd

Email: danica.hurd@bakerhughes.com


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Date and Time

Wed, Feb. 18, 2015

noon - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

Event has ended

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Location

At your desk - WEBINAR ONLY



United States

Group(s): Westside