University Lands Special Session II
Session Chairs: Yogashri Pradhan and Jeff Spath
Monday, 23 July
University Lands (UL) manages the surface and mineral interests of 2.1 million acres of land across nineteen counties in West Texas for the benefit of the Permanent University Fund (PUF). The PUF is one of the largest university endowments in the United States and benefits more than twenty educational and health institutions across both The University of Texas System and Texas A&M University System. This session covers technical work in reservoir, completions, and production engineering to evaluate the current unconventional development on University Lands and best practices recommended for unconventional wells in the Permian Basin.
- The Value of Regional Context: Brian J. Casey
- The Effect of Initial Conditions and Fluid PVT Properties on Unconventional Oil and Gas Recoveries in the Wolfcamp Formation in the Midland Basin: James K. Forrest, Jane Zhu, Hongjie Xiong, Yogashri U. Pradhan
- A Practical Way to Prepare Physical-Based Type Well Performance Curves for Unconventional Reservoirs in the Permian Basin: Hongjie Xiong
- Evaluating Underperforming Wells on Permian Basin University Lands: Yogashri U. Pradhan, Jeff Spath, Hongjie Xiong, Jane Zhu, James K. Forrest
||Monday, 23 July
||3:50 p.m.—5:35 p.m.
||George R. Brown Convention Center
||Included with registration