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SPE Hydraulic Frac Technology Conference (HFTC)

Jan 23, 2018 - Jan 25, 2018

HFTC Presentation Schedule
January 23-24, 2018
Booth 817

 TopicLocationPresenter
TUESDAY
9:10 AMFrac Hits And Why Treatment Order MatersBoothCarl Neuhaus
9:30 AMEstimating Unconventional Wells’ Productivity and Drainage Volume – Permian Case StudyBoothHasan Shojaei
10:00 AMCompletions Geomechanics: The Missing Link to Improving Treatment DesignBoothOrlando Teran
10:30 AMWhat Well Density Can You Support In The San Andres?BoothAsal Zeynal
3:10 PMFrac Hits And Why Treatment Order MatersBoothCarl Neuhaus
3:30 PMEstimating Unconventional Wells’ Productivity and Drainage Volume – Permian Case StudyBoothHasan Shojaei
WEDNESDAY
9:15 AMCompletions Geomechanics: The Missing Link to Improving Treatment DesignBoothOrlando Teran
9:30 AMWhat Well Density Can You Support In The San Andres?BoothAsal Zeynal
10:40 AMFrac Hits And Why Treatment Order MatersBoothCarl Neuhaus
11:00 AMEstimating Unconventional Wells’ Productivity and Drainage Volume – Permian Case StudyBoothHasan Shojaei
3:45 PMCompletions Geomechanics: The Missing Link to Improving Treatment DesignBoothOrlando Teran
4:00 PMWhat Well Density Can You Support In The San Andres?BoothAsal Zeynal

SPE HFTC Abstracts

Frac Hits and Why Treatment Order Maters
Presented by: Carl Neuhaus
Microseismic-based stress analysis shows that completion efficiency can be influenced by neighboring depleted wellbores as well as the order in which the infill wells are treated. Quantifying stress changes based on those effects can help mitigate some of the negative effects by developing an appropriate treatment plan for the infill program.

Completions Geomechanics: The Missing Link to Improving Treatment Design
Presented by: Orlando Teran
In this talk we will demonstrate how microseismic fracture data can be used to quantify the stimulation pressures required to avoid “frac-hits”, out-of-zone growth and geohazards. The method is applied and discussed in the case of a microseismic event catalogue obtained during the stimulation of two horizontal wells landed in the Eagle Ford, where large variations in fracture patterns as well as geohazards were observed.

Estimating Unconventional Wells’ Productivity and Drainage Volume – Permian Case Study
Presented by: Hasan Shojaei
Microseismic-derived permeability enhancement results are integrated with PVT, core and well-log data to build a detailed reservoir simulation model for an 8-well pad in the Permian. Individual well productivities (PIndex) are predicted, and subsequently calibrated using actual production data (i.e. history matching). The resulting reservoir drainage patterns (DIndex) are used to evaluate wellbore spacing and completion design.

What Well Density Can You Support In The San Andres?
Presented by: Asal Zeynal
A case study from Cochran County, TX shows that an operator can develop and asset with six wells per section instead of four, as originally planned, for an effective increase in NPV by 28%.

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Start:
Jan 23, 2018
End:
Jan 25, 2018
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Venue

The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center
1601 Lake Robbins Dr.
The Woodlands, TX 77380 United States
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