April 10, 2018


Description

The oil price crash in late 2014 has fundamentally changed the industry.  Our cash-hungry shale development programs have been continuing even after the prices halved.  How has the industry been keeping the machine turning?  We will take a look at how completions technology has impacted typecurves and single well economics.  Is this industry willfully destroying capital or is there enough improvement from completions technology to justify continued activity in a low price environment?  This presentation will seek to answer these questions by looking at the available data in a novel software package designed for the basin-wide projects of a modern reservoir engineer.  Can we go from raw well production data to single well economics and predict the impact of increasing proppant loading?  Let’s find out.


Featured Speakers

Speaker: Mark Bahorich
Speaker Mark Bahorich
Mark Bahorich is a reservoir engineer who has built his career in parallel to the modern shale boom.  He has consistently used data and computational power to unlock value and optimize investment decisions.  He has managed reserves and led A&D valuations in multi-billion dollar upstream companies and has worked in …

Mark Bahorich is a reservoir engineer who has built his career in parallel to the modern shale boom.  He has consistently used data and computational power to unlock value and optimize investment decisions.  He has managed reserves and led A&D valuations in multi-billion dollar upstream companies and has worked in every shale basin with Plains Exploration then with Atinum Energy Investments and Castleton Commodities.  He is a lifelong entrepreneur and recently helped raise $ 200 MM for a Permian Basin land team and launched a software company currently selling the only typecurve package that normalizes for completions technology. Mr. Bahorich holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Rice University. 

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Organizer

Vanessa Mills

832-251-0553


vmills@collarini.com


Date and Time

Tue, April 10, 2018

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

SPE Houston Office

10777 Westheimer Rd Suite 1075
Houston, TX



Group(s): Petro-Tech