Feb. 11, 2021


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ABSTRACT of Presentation

THIS REGULAR GENERAL MEETING LUNCHEON EVENT WILL BE HELD VIA WEBINAR AND IN-PERSON. TO REGISTER FOR THE IN-PERSON EVENT, PLEASE RETURN TO THE EVENTS PAGE TO FIND THE IN-PERSON LINK 

University Lands (UL) manages the surface and mineral interests of 2.1 million acres of land in West Texas for the benefit of the Permanent University Fund (PUF), which supports both University of Texas and Texas A&M University Systems. 

The presentation first introduces the University Lands and the various natural resources residing at the land.  Hydraulic fracturing is an essential technology to develop the vast oil and gas resources underneath the land surface.  The presentation will also discuss:

  • The impact of horizontal drilling and massive hydraulic fracturing (MHF) on the unconventional reservoirs and on University Lands;
  • The impact of low oil prices and reduced demand for oil & gas in recent months; and
  • The potential impact of “no fracturing” legislation/regulations on the University lands and royalties
 

Featured Speakers

Speaker: Hongjie Xiong,  Sr. Reservoir Engr. Director,  Production Enhancement at University Lands, Houston
Speaker Hongjie Xiong, Sr. Reservoir Engr. Director, Production Enhancement at University Lands, Houston


Mr. Xiong has significant and diversified managerial and technical experiences in domestic and international oil and gas operations. He has expertise in conventional and unconventional reservoir appraisal and development, reserve booking, well stimulation, technology development, A&D opportunity and property evaluation and economic analysis, and project management. Proven record of problem …


Mr. Xiong has significant and diversified managerial and technical experiences in domestic and international oil and gas operations. He has expertise in conventional and unconventional reservoir appraisal and development, reserve booking, well stimulation, technology development, A&D opportunity and property evaluation and economic analysis, and project management. Proven record of problem solving and interpersonal skills. 


He worked 4 years at Schlumberger, 3 years at Burlington Resources, and 9 years at ConocoPhllips.  Since 2016 he has been Hongjie has a accountSenior Reservoir Engineer Advisor/Director,


Production Enhancement at University Lands/Texas Oil and Gas Institute in Houston.  He has also been an adjunct professor at Texas A&M University in College Station since 2006.


He has published numerous SPE papers and technical articles.


Mr. Xiong as Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Petroleum Engineering from Southwestern University in China and a PhD in Petroleum Engineering from Texas A&M University.


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Organizer

Barry Faulkner

Email: barryf1944@gmail.com ;


Phone: (281) 627-8790


Date and Time

Thu, Feb. 11, 2021

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

Event has ended

Location

At Your Computer



Webinar log in details will be sent to the registrants before the event.

Group(s): General Meeting