Northside: Case Study of a Permian Basin Well, Completed Using Tracers

Speaker: Greg Hepguler
Speaker Greg Hepguler
Greg Hepguler has over 20 years of diverse experience in petroleum & information technology, applying reservoir, production and completions engineering principles to conventional and unconventional resources. In 2016, he founded Carat Energy.  Previously, he worked at Oxy Oil & Gas as a Sr. Engineering Advisor. He also held positions at ...

Greg Hepguler has over 20 years of diverse experience in petroleum & information technology, applying reservoir, production and completions engineering principles to conventional and unconventional resources. In 2016, he founded Carat Energy.  Previously, he worked at Oxy Oil & Gas as a Sr. Engineering Advisor. He also held positions at Encana and Shell. He is a graduate of The University of Tulsa with BS and MS degrees in petroleum engineering.

Full Description

Tracers provide valuable information on producing stages of a fractured horizontal well when the tracer information is combined with fracture stimulation results and log data along the lateral. This presentation discusses drilling and completion procedure of a Permian Basin well, types of log data acquired while drilling, and tracers applied during completion stages. Procedures of acquiring and verifying the well log and tracer data are explained. This case study involves a long horizontal well, stimulated using slickwater with the plug and perf method. Several correlations of the tracer measurements to different types of log data, minerology and to post-fracture results are examined for producing stages.

Organizer Angela Tse

When?

Tue, Mar. 6, 2018
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. US/Central

Where?

Southwestern Energy. 10000 Energy Dr, Spring, TX 77389
10000 Energy Dr,
Spring, Texas 77389

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