May 25, 2021


Description

The presentation will be a case study of a project named the MSEEL (Marcellus Shale Energy and Environmental Laboratory) containing a pad with 6 hydraulically fractured wells. The wells are highly instrumented with two containing fiber optic cables – one permeant and the other wireline deployed. The case study will focus on the fiber diagnostic data and how to use it to measure fracture stimulation efficiency. A single stage will be highlighted that demonstrates how to make connections between the in-well fiber and cross-well fiber data in terms of the strain, temperature, and microseismic measurements gathered from each cable.


Featured Speakers

Speaker: Rob Bohn
Speaker Rob Bohn

Rob is an engineer with Silixa specializing in fiber optic applications in the oil and gas industry. Rob brings a unique perspective to fiber datasets because of his knowledge of fracture simulation modeling and fiber field acquisition experience. He has worked for five years in the oil and gas industry …

Rob is an engineer with Silixa specializing in fiber optic applications in the oil and gas industry. Rob brings a unique perspective to fiber datasets because of his knowledge of fracture simulation modeling and fiber field acquisition experience. He has worked for five years in the oil and gas industry in a variety of field and office engineering roles. Published technical author and presenter of multiple papers. He possesses his Master of Petroleum Engineering degree from the University of North Dakota

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Organizer

Priyavrat Shukla

Telephone: 713-513-2580


Email: pvs@slb.com


Date and Time

Tue, May 25, 2021

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

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Location

Webinar - Online or Phone