Dec. 9, 2020


Description

Dual frac is a novel idea to obtain significant pumping efficiency by pumping into two wells simultaneously with one frac crew. This method requires a significant amount of planning to align all the field services precisely and be prepared for any sub-surface pressure reactions that may require real-time job design changes. The stimulation job design, perforation schemes, on-site service providers, pumping equipment and monitoring were planned and optimized to ensure safe and effective stimulation treatment.

In this presentation, the step by step demonstration of the planned activities, the method of execution, and operational gains made when comparing a zipper frac vs dual frac operation are explained.


Featured Speakers

Speaker: Chris Caplis
Speaker Chris Caplis
Chris Caplis is the Completions Manager for Sundance Energy. He has more than 20 years of drilling & completion experience in the energy industry. He began his career on the service side then joined WPX Energy where he held different senior level positions on the drilling and completions. He was …

Chris Caplis is the Completions Manager for Sundance Energy. He has more than 20 years of drilling & completion experience in the energy industry. He began his career on the service side then joined WPX Energy where he held different senior level positions on the drilling and completions. He was VP of Drilling & Completions for McElvain Energy before moving to Sundance Energy to manage their completions program. He has served in this role for over a year. He has a keen interest in advancing well stimulation and completion practices in the Eagleford shale with a science-based approach to understanding the subsurface in conjunction with data analytics. Most recently, he was the first to successfully implement the dual frac approach in the Eagleford shale.


Chris has a degree in Petroleum Engineering from Louisiana Tech.

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Organizer

Completions and Production Study Group

Completions and Production Study Group


Date and Time

Wed, Dec. 9, 2020

noon - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0600) US/Central

Pricing

  • $15.00
    Seats available 487
    (ends 12/09/2020)
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