March 20, 2007


Description

ExxonMobil has developed two novel reservoir stimulation technologies that enable the rapid delivery of numerous high-quality stimulation treatments within a single cased wellbore.  These technologies were developed for the purpose of improving, or enabling, economic hydrocarbon recovery from formations that contain multiple stacked reservoir intervals or require the stimulation of long productive intervals.  These technologies:  (1) enable the stimulation of multiple target zones via a single deployment of downhole equipment; (2) enable selective placement of each stimulation treatment so that they may be designed specifically for each individual zone to maximize well productivity; (3) provide positive isolation between zones to ensure each zone is treated per design and previously treated zones are not inadvertently damaged; and (4) allow for treatments to be pumped at high flow rates to facilitate efficient and effective stimulation.
 
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Featured Speakers

Speaker Randy C. Tolman
Project Coordinator - ExxonMobil's Piceance Development Project ExxonMobil Mr. Randy Tolman is currently project coordinator for ExxonMobil's Piceance Development Project located in western Colorado.  As a native of the Rocky Mountains, he joined Exxon's Oklahoma City District in 1982 with primary responsibilities for on site supervision of completion operations in ...

Project Coordinator - ExxonMobil's Piceance Development Project
ExxonMobil
Mr. Randy Tolman is currently project coordinator for ExxonMobil's Piceance Development Project located in western Colorado.  As a native of the Rocky Mountains, he joined Exxon's Oklahoma City District in 1982 with primary responsibilities for on site supervision of completion operations in the Rockies.  In 1985 he joined the start up team for Exxon's LaBarge Project as first line supervisor.  1988-94 was spent in West Texas working secondary and CO2 flood oil recovery operations.  He subsequently returned to Exxon's LaBarge project in 1994 as Sr. Field Supt., and in 1999 began working with Exxon's Upstream Research Company, assisting in development of the technology he will be presenting.  He is listed as the Lead Inventor for 5 of the patents covering Multi Zone Stimulation Technology.  In 2001 he transferred to Houston, Texas to work full time on tight gas sand development in ExxonMobil Production Department.

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Organizer

Steve McCants


Date and Time

Tue, March 20, 2007

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

The Westlake Club - Carriage Room

570 Westlake Park Blvd
Houston, Tx 77095
USA