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SEG Annual Meeting

Oct 14, 2018 - Oct 19, 2018

SEG 2018 Booth Presentation Schedule | Booth 2537   
MONDAY, OCTOBER 15 (9:00 AM – 6:00 PM)
TimeTopicPresenter
9:15 amParent-Child Effect and the Impact on Recovery Carl Neuhaus, VP, Engineering
9:30 amCube Development in the Permian: Estimating Production and Drainage Jon McKenna, PhD, CE Team Lead
9:45 amReal-Time Fracture Modeling and Completions Diagnostics Carl Neuhaus, VP, Engineering
10:00 amFracturing Out of Zone and the Impact on ProductionAndrew Hill, Analysis Manager
10:15 amReal-Time Fault Detection and MitigationJon McKenna, PhD, CE Team Lead
2:50 pmCube Development in the Permian: Estimating Production and Drainage Jon McKenna, PhD, CE Team Lead
3:05 pmParent-Child Effect and the Impact on Recovery Carl Neuhaus, VP, Engineering
4:45 pmReal-Time Fracture Modeling and Completions DiagnosticsCarl Neuhaus, VP, Engineering
5:00 pmFracturing Out of Zone and the Impact on Production Andrew Hill, Analysis Manager
5:15 pmReal-Time Fault Detection and MitigationJon McKenna, PhD, CE Team Lead
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16 (9:00 AM – 6:00 PM)
9:50 amParent-Child Effect and the Impact on Recovery Carl Neuhaus, VP, Engineering
10:05 amCube Development in the Permian: Estimating Production and DrainageJon McKenna, PhD, CE Team Lead
10:20 amReal-Time Fracture Modeling and Completions DiagnosticsCarl Neuhaus, VP, Engineering
12:00 pmLunch and Learn booth 2537
The Future of Hydraulic Fracturing:
 Getting It Right at Every Stage
Peter Duncan, PhD, CEO & President, MicroSeismic, Inc.
1:50 pmLevel 3, Ballroom A
Entrepreneurs’ Session
Peter Duncan, PhD, CEO & President, MicroSeismic, Inc.
2:50 pmFracturing Out of Zone and the Impact on Production Andrew Hill, Analysis Manager
3:05 pmReal-Time Fault Detection and MitigationJon McKenna, PhD, CE Team Lead
3:20 pmParent-Child Effect and the Impact on Recovery Carl Neuhaus, VP, Engineering
4:45 pmCube Development in the Permian: Estimating Production and Drainage Jon McKenna, PhD, CE Team Lead
5:00 pmFracturing Out of Zone and the Impact on Production Andrew Hill, Analysis Manager
5:15 pmReal-Time Fracture Modeling and Completions DiagnosticsCarl Neuhaus, VP, Engineering
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17 (9:00 AM – 4:30 PM)
9:50 amFracturing Out of Zone and the Impact on Production Andrew Hill, Analysis Manager
10:05 amReal-Time Fracture Modeling and Completions DiagnosticsCarl Neuhaus, VP, Engineering
10:20 amReal-Time Fault Detection and MitigationJon McKenna, PhD, CE Team Lead
3:05 pmLevel 3, Ballroom B
(BAG) Plenary Sessions: Geophysical Return on Investment for Unconventionals
Characterizing Fractures and Stimulated Rock
Peter Duncan, PhD, CEO & President, MicroSeismic, Inc.

BOOTH TALK ABSTRACTS

Real-Time Fracture Modeling and Completions Diagnostics
Real-time MicroSeismic monitoring provides a unique opportunity to measure the dynamic response of the earth to well stimulation. Rapid determination of the microseismic location and failure plane, allows real-time visualization of the effects of treatment and assessment of the induced fracture volume. Real-time fracture models allow rapid estimation of drainage volume while the well is being fraced.

Real-Time Fault Detection and Mitigation
The state of stress of the reservoir is one of the dominant factors controlling the reservoirs response to stimulation as well as the effectiveness of the treatment design. Real time microseismic focal mechanisms not only permit differentiating between faults and fractures, but also contain critical information about the in-situ stress that can be used to mitigate the stimulation of geohazards on the fly.

Fracturing Out of Zone and The Impact on Production
Hydraulic stimulation of five wells in the Woodford reactivated multiple fault sets that were not visible in 3D seismic. MicroSeismic-based reservoir simulation highlights the decrease in treatment efficiency and the impact on drainage.

Cube Development in the Permian: Estimating Production and Drainage Volume
Full-field development with high wellbore density in multiple target zones poses challenges regarding interaction between wellbores and decrease in recovery per section. MicroSeismic-based reservoir simulation is used to understand the complexity of draining such a system and identifies the potential for an additional drilling location.

Parent-Child Effect and the Impact on Recovery
Pressure depletion of a parent well acts as a sink for the injected fluid on the child well therefore reducing treatment efficiency and potentially overall recovery. Microseismic data collected during the stimulation of both parent and child wells four years apart make this effect visible and quantify it in a reservoir model.

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Oct 14, 2018
End:
Oct 19, 2018
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Anaheim Convention Center
800 W Katella Ave
Anaheim, TX 92802 United States
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