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SEG Annual Meeting

Sep 24, 2017 - Sep 27, 2017

SEG Presentation Schedule
Sept 24-27
Booth 2335

 TopicLocationPresenter
MONDAY - 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
9:15amBeyond Conventional Velocity Estimation – Transmission Interferometric Extended Source Velocity AnalysisBoothAleksander Jeremic, Senior Geophysicist
9:45amComing Soon…Real-time Completions EvaluationBoothMichael Thornton, Chief Technology Officer
15:15amWhy Treatment Order Matters: Using Geophysics to Understand Completion EfficiencyBoothAlireza Agharazi, Geomechanics Engineer
10:45amMicroseismic for Field Development in the Permian: From Geophysics to EngineeringBoothCarl Neuhaus, Vice President - Engineering
11:15amFull Waveform Imaging of Downhole Data and The Importance of Monitoring Every FracBoothGeraldine Haas, Geophysicist
12:00pmComing Soon…Real-time Completions EvaluationBoothMichael Thornton, Chief Technology Officer
2:50pmBeyond Conventional Velocity Estimation – Transmission Interferometric Extended Source Velocity AnalysisBoothAleksander Jeremic, Senior Geophysicist
3:05pmFull Waveform Imaging of Downhole Data and The Importance of Monitoring Every FracBoothGeraldine Haas, Geophysicist
4:40pmWhy Treatment Order Matters: Using Geophysics to Understand Completion EfficiencyBoothAlireza Agharazi, Geomechanics Engineer
5:00pmComing Soon…Real-time Completions EvaluationBoothMichael Thornton, Chief Technology Officer
5:20pmMicroseismic for Field Development in the Permian: From Geophysics to EngineeringBoothCarl Neuhaus, Vice President - Engineering
TUESDAY - 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
9:50amWhy Treatment Order Matters: Using Geophysics to Understand Completion EfficiencyBoothAlireza Agharazi, Geomechanics Engineer
10:05amBeyond Conventional Velocity Estimation – Transmission Interferometric Extended Source Velocity AnalysisBoothAleksander Jeremic, Senior Geophysicist
10:20amMicroseismic for Field Development in the Permian: From Geophysics to EngineeringCarl Neuhaus, Vice President - Engineering
12:00pmLunch & Learn: How Does You Stack Up? "Good Is The Enemy of Great"BoothPeter Duncan
1:00pmFull Waveform Imaging of Downhole Data and The Importance of Monitoring Every FracGeraldine Haas, Geophysicist
1:20pmBeyond Conventional Velocity Estimation – Transmission Interferometric Extended Source Velocity AnalysisAleksander Jeremic, Senior Geophysicist
2:50pmComing Soon…Real-time Completions EvaluationBoothMichael Thornton, Chief Technology Officer
3:05pmMicroseismic for Field Development in the Permian: From Geophysics to EngineeringBoothCarl Neuhaus, Vice President - Engineering
4:40pmComing Soon…Real-time Completions EvaluationMichael Thornton, Chief Technology Officer
5:00pmFull Waveform Imaging of Downhole Data and The Importance of Monitoring Every FracGeraldine Haas, Geophysicist
5:20pmWhy Treatment Order Matters: Using Geophysics to Understand Completion EfficiencyBoothAlireza Agharazi, Geomechanics Engineer
WEDNESDAY - 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
9:50amComing Soon…Real-time Completions EvaluationBoothMichael Thornton, Chief Technology Officer
10:05amWhy Treatment Order Matters: Using Geophysics to Understand Completion EfficiencyBoothAlireza Agharazi, Geomechanics Engineer
12:00pmMicroseismic for Field Development in the Permian: From Geophysics to EngineeringBoothCarl Neuhaus, Vice President - Engineering
2:50pmFull Waveform Imaging of Downhole Data and The Importance of Monitoring Every FracBoothGeraldine Haas, Geophysicist
3:05pmBeyond Conventional Velocity Estimation – Transmission Interferometric Extended Source Velocity AnalysisBoothAleksander Jeremic, Senior Geophysicist

SEG Abstracts

Microseismic for Field Development in the Permian: From Geophysics to Engineering

Presented by: Carl Neuhaus
Understanding how to increase recovery and reserves is key in stacked plays such as the Permian. In this talk we show results from a three-well pad in the Midland Basin using microseismic data to forecast production and pressure depletion to define a field development plan for the asset of our client.

Why Treatment Order Matters: Using Geophysics to Understand Completion Efficiency

Presented by: Alireza Agharazi
In this case study we show the impact of well treatment sequence on the overall efficiency of multi-well completions. Microseismic data are used to demonstrate how induced reservoir stress/pressure changes can be used to improve completion efficiency by optimizing well treatment sequence.

Beyond Conventional Velocity Estimation – Transmission Interferometric Extended Source Velocity Analysis

Presented by: Aleksander Jeremic
Following the recent developments in seismic velocity inverse theory, the transmission interferometric extended source velocity analysis is developed to estimate seismic velocity fields of compressional and/or shear components. The method is ideal for a velocity calibration where only the actual location of the source is known, such as a perforation shots during hydraulic fracturing. In this talk, we will explain how this full waveform method, TIESVA, works, suggesting superiority over conventional picking approaches.

Coming Soon…Real-time Completions Evaluation

Presented by: Mike Thornton

Full Waveform Imaging of Downhole Data and The Importance of Monitoring Every Frac

Presented by: Geraldine Haas
Through a case study we will highlight the importance of monitoring every frac as to understand interactions of the stimulation with known and unknown natural features. Another point of interest is to understand the efficiency of diverters but such analysis calls for a superior technology. MSI can answer these questions through full waveform imaging of downhole data.

How Does You Stack Up? “Good Is The Enemy of Great”
Presented by: Peter Duncan
In practice, the 80% solution is often good enough and then the mantra “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it” becomes the rule of the day. But what if your neighbor has found a way to be “great”, while you are stuck on good? Let’s discuss.

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Sep 24, 2017
End:
Sep 27, 2017
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George R. Brown Convention Center
1001 Avenida De Las Americas
Houston, TX 77010 United States
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