Registration for Members in Transition (MiT) - Operator Perspectives: Unconventional Reservoir Completions

Agenda and Abstracts


Session 1 - Completion

RA tracer tests to measure perf cluster efficiency in the Permian - Joel Fox, Encana

Optical Fiber Case Study: Estimating cluster efficiency using perforation friction calculations - Bren Broadhead, Devon Energy

The Balancing Act Between Cluster/Stage Spacing, Sand/Fluid Efficiency, and Fracture Fluid Properties: Examining Results of Completions Tests and Challenging Previous Completions Practices to Make Better Production and Economics - Evan Rodgers, PDCE


Session 2 - Completion

Uncertainties in Step-down Test Interpretation for Evaluating Completions Effectiveness and Near Wellbore Complexities - Somnath Mondal, Shell E&P

Completions Optimization Using Hybrid Workflows: Unleashing Data Analytics on Dynamic SRV Simulations - Vikram Sen & Kyoung Min, Anadarko Petroleum

Fail Safe: Leveraging Technology to Reduce Cost of Failure - Anthony Nguyen, ConocoPhillips


Session 3 - Reservoir

Multi-Disciplinary Data Gathering to Characterize Hydraulic Fracture Performance and Evaluate Well-Spacing in the Bakken - Craig Cipolla, HESS

Bakken Infill Pilot Study - Yongshe Liu, ConocoPhillips

Continuous Use of Fiber Optics-Enabled Coiled Tubing Used to Accelerate the Optimization of Completions Aimed at Improved Recovery and Reduced Cost of Development - Joe Walunas, Oasis Petroleum  


Session 4 - Reservoir 

Re-Stimulation Strategy for Infill Well Development: A Bakken Field Case Study - Lionel Ribeiro, Equinor

Effects of En Echelon Hydraulic Fracture Swarms on DFIT Analysis and Reservoir Engineering - David Craig, OXY


Log into the SPE-GCS website with your SPEI Id and Password inorder to register as a MiT.

No Walk-In registration at event.

No refunds after March 1, 2019.   

Please note any dietary restrictions in the Comments Section on the Event Registration Form.  


Location: Core Laboratories Inc.
6323 Windfern Road
Houston , TX 77040

Date: March 6, 2019, 7:30 a.m. - March 6, 2019, 4 p.m.