March 20, 2019


Description

This presentation describes a fully bounded, 9-well infill campaign that was executed within a major operator’s Eagle Ford asset and involving 11 offset wells which were pre-loaded prior to the infill frac. All but one of the 11 pre-loads were successfully executed, while all wells were successfully managed for well integrity and came back online following the infill frac at production rates at or above their shut-in rates. The trial results have directly led to the development of the operator’s “Standard Practice Frac Hit Mitigation” technique used for all of its shale oil assets.

 

Registration for this event closes at 6:00 PM CDT on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. 


Featured Speakers

Speaker James Dickinson, Senior Completions Engineer
James Dickinson is a senior completions engineer with 13 years of experience in U.S. land oil & gas operations, most recently covering the Wolfcamp, Haynesville, and Eagle Ford shales.  James has previously worked for BHP, VirTex Operating Co., and Schlumberger.  His primary focus has been completion design, operational planning and …

James Dickinson is a senior completions engineer with 13 years of experience in U.S. land oil & gas operations, most recently covering the Wolfcamp, Haynesville, and Eagle Ford shales.  James has previously worked for BHP, VirTex Operating Co., and Schlumberger.  His primary focus has been completion design, operational planning and execution, and production evaluation.  He also holds a J.D. and is licensed by the State Bar of Texas.  His legal focus includes oil & gas law and intellectual property.


 

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Organizer

Bharath Rajappa

Telephone:  (832) 486-3122          Email: bharath.rajappa@conocophillips.com

 


Date and Time

Wed, March 20, 2019

noon - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) America/Chicago

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Location

Webinar at your computer



Group(s): Westside