Feb. 22, 2019


Description

Refracturing operations attempt to bypass near-wellbore damage, reestablish good connectivity with the reservoir, and tap portions of the reservoir with higher pore pressure. Refracturing operations are also performed after a period of production that can alter the stresses in a reservoir due to depletion; the restimulation can allow the new fracture to reorient along a different azimuth. A successful refracturing operation restores well productivity to near original or even higher rates of production and extends the productive life of a well.


Featured Speakers

Speaker: Piyush Pankaj
Speaker Piyush Pankaj
Piyush Pankaj is the Principal Reservoir Engineer -Team Lead for Schlumberger, with more than 11 years of oilfield experience. He has been involved in numerous studies in the fields of unconventional reservoir simulation and modeling of hydraulic fracturing across various basins in North America. In his past roles as product champion, …

Piyush Pankaj is the Principal Reservoir Engineer -Team Lead for Schlumberger, with more than 11 years of oilfield experience. He has been involved in numerous studies in the fields of unconventional reservoir simulation and modeling of hydraulic fracturing across various basins in North America. In his past roles as product champion, he successfully launched and led commercial software tools such as Mangrove and Kinetix Shale. Mr. Piyush has been responsible for defining new workflow solutions and technology development for unconventional reservoirs. He holds Bachelor’s degree in Petroleum Engineering from the Indian School of Mines (Indian Institute of Technology), Dhanbad, India.

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Organizer

Mike Redburn

281-754-8629         Direct


mredburn@newpark.com


Date and Time

Fri, Feb. 22, 2019

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

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Location

Newpark Drilling Fluids Office

21920 Merchants Way
Katy, Texas 77449