Northside: Utilizing Fluid and Proppant Tracer Results to Analyze Multi-Fractured Well Flow Back in Shales: A Framework for Optimizing Fracture Design

Fluid and proppant tracers and other simple measurements in returning load water flow back can be very useful in helping to describe fracture development in shales; including such parameters as fracture complexity, frac conductivity, height growth, frac barrier effectiveness, well-to-well and frac-to-frac interference, water entry points and general fracturing execution. 
This presentation will discuss fluid and proppant tracer results from over a hundred shale frac stages in horizontal wells along with other measurements of frac flow back and blend them with microseismic, frac pumping records, production logging and production results to build a framework for better analysis of frac flow back.

Please register prior to the event to facilitate improved planning and admission. Walk-ins will be accepted on a first come/ first serve basis as space allows.

If you have special dietary needs, please email the event contact with your requests PRIOR to arrival at the event.
Thank you.
Parking: Use Contract Entrance. Push button on kiosk and tell security that you are with the SPE Northside Study Group in the Greenspoint Club.

Location: Greenspoint Club
16925 Northchase Dr.
Houston , TX 77060

Date: March 8, 2011, 11:30 a.m. - March 8, 2011, 1 p.m.