Aug. 22, 2018


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The science of hydraulic fracturing (HF) has long understood the impact of fracture conductivity on well success.  As HF was applied to unconventional reservoir development, increasing contact area was deemed a first-order priority.  While conductivity was still considered important, the downturn in the industry led many operators to replace premium (high conductivity) designs with large volume designs employing low quality (conductivity) proppant.  These high contact area designs have now seen 2-3 years of production results that can now be analyzed and compared to higher conductivity designs.


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Speaker: Bob Shelley
Speaker Bob Shelley
ROBERT F (BOB) SHELLEY has over 40 years of experience with hydraulic fracture design, execution and evaluation.  Currently he currently is the Director of Well Performance Evaluation for StrataGen based in Houston.  In this position Bob leads a team of hydraulic fracturing, reservoir and data modeling experts.  He has authored …

ROBERT F (BOB) SHELLEY has over 40 years of experience with hydraulic fracture design, execution and evaluation.  Currently he currently is the Director of Well Performance Evaluation for StrataGen based in Houston.  In this position Bob leads a team of hydraulic fracturing, reservoir and data modeling experts.  He has authored 30+ SPE papers, 8 patents and served as an SPE Distinguished Lecturer. Bob holds a BS degree in Civil Engineering from Colorado State University and is a Registered Petroleum Engineer in Texas and Colorado. Prior to joining StrataGen in 2010, Bob worked for Halliburton, RTA LLC and Landmark.

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Organizer

Reza Safari

Dear Sir/Madam,  I am writing to invite you to the SPE GCS Completion and Production monthly meeting at Norris Conference Center. Please join us on Wednesday, August 22nd, 11:30 AM to 1 PM. The study group will host Mr. Bob Shelley. Bob will talk about "Is Fracture Conductivity Still Important in Unconventional Reservoirs?". Thanks for your attention …

Dear Sir/Madam,


 I am writing to invite you to the SPE GCS Completion and Production monthly meeting at Norris Conference Center. Please join us on Wednesday, August 22nd, 11:30 AM to 1 PM. The study group will host Mr. Bob Shelley. Bob will talk about "Is Fracture Conductivity Still Important in Unconventional Reservoirs?".


Thanks for your attention and hope to see you on Wednesday, August 22nd.
Yours Sincerely,
SPE GCS Completion and Production Study Group Team

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Date and Time

Wed, Aug. 22, 2018

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

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Location

Norris Westchase Center

9990 Richmond Ave., Suite 102
Houston, TX 77042
United States