Feb. 2, 2023


Description

 

Event registration is not included with HFTC ticket. Must register here.

 

A pre-event lunch is also taking place from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM. Registration for this lunch is separate. Register for the pre-event lunch here (https://www.spegcs.org/events/6615/).

 

 

The panel discusses the most recent and fully integrated pilots in unconventional developed assets. The integrated technologies include microseismic, fiber optics, vertical and lateral pressure measurements,  downhole cameras, geochemistry analysis, etc. Each operator has a unique way of collecting and analyzing such integrated pilots that impacts the asset development stratagy. We invite you to join us to hear from experts representing main active operators to learn about pilot strategy, tools, analysis techniques, best practices, and lessons learned. 

 

The panel will be a highly technical discussion not meant for a general audience. To encourage discussion among panelists within the allotted time, general technology overviews will be skipped.

 

Event Purpose 

1. To improve the relationships amongst panelists and event attendees to assist with
“teaming” across industry amongst operators, service companies, and academia.


2. To compare and contrast approaches to pilot projects amongst operators to better
understand best practices, things to do different, and better ways to collaborate.
Venue for operators to “show-off” the gained value from project to company
stakeholders. Also a venue to ask to ask attendees for suggestions or to challenge the
industry to improve weak points in technologies or methodologies.


3. Highly technical focus of discussion targeting a very technical audience. Discussion
amongst panelists meant to highlight different approaches and “ways of thinking” so
as to be beneficial to both the audience and the panelist members. Event guidelines
will allow lots of room to avoid sharing proprietary details of project and findings, to
be stated in opening comments by moderator.

 

Preliminary Sub-Themes (subject to change) 

1. Design of experiment creation process
2. "Actionable" learnings
3. Scaling of learnings
4. Service company collaboration
5. Analysis time
6. If you could it again
7. Future integrated pilot project plans
8. Fracture / reservoir simulation
9. Diagnostic tools
10.Trading datasets

 

 

 

Important Event Notes:

- Event registration is not included with HFTC ticket.

- HFTC registration is not required to attend.

- Very Limited seats available.

 

 

HFTC Technical Program Agenda:

 

Thursday, February 2nd 2023 

Time Description
0730-1000 Conference Badge Pick-Up
0800-0830 Morning Coffee
0830–1150 Technical Sessions 7 and 8 
1200 - 1300 Pre-Event Lunch 
1300–1500 Integrated Pilot Projects - HFTC Panel Session
1300–1500 SPE Well Integrity Technical Section: Casing Deformations In Multi-Fractured Horizontal Wells

 

https://www.spe-events.org/hydraulicfracturing/attend/schedule

 

 

 

 

Questions? 

Please direct all questions about registration or event logistics to Rob Bohn (robbohn14@gmail.com).

 


Featured Speakers

Speaker: Tim Benish (ExxonMobil)
Speaker Tim Benish (ExxonMobil)


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Date and Time

Thu, Feb. 2, 2023

1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
(GMT-0600) US/Central

Pricing

  • Non-SPE Member
    $50.00
    (ends 02/02/2023)
  • SPE Member
    $30.00
    (ends 02/02/2023)
  • Student
    $0.00
    (ends 02/02/2023)
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Location

Hydraulic Fracturing Technology Conference (HFTC)



The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center


"Waterway #7" Room (Upper level above HFTC exhibit floor)


1601 Lake Robbins Dr, The Woodlands, TX, 77380