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Morning Presentations

Large-Scale Separation Efficiency of Dispersed Oil Micro-Droplets from Aqueous Phase with MagneticNanoparticles
A. Ettehadtavakkol (Texas Tech University)
Geology Quality: Case Study of Improving MultistageFracturing and Completion with Quantitative Geology Considerations
X. Wang1, S. Fei1, L. Zhu1, Y. Liu*2, H. Li2, Y. Fu2, W. Wang2, L. Wang2 (1Changqing Oil Co.; 2Schlumberger)
Estimating the Size and Orientation of Hydraulic Fractures using Microseismic Events
M. AlQassab, W. Yu, K. Sepehrnoori (The University of Texas at Austin)
An Integrated Geomechanical, Petrophysical, and Petrographical Study to Evaluate the Efficacy of a Plug Cleaning Technique for Ultra-Low Permeability Rocks
A. Guedez1, S. Govindarajan1, D. Lambert2, S. Keyes2, R. Patterson1, W. Mickelson1, A. Mitra1, S. Aldin1, D. Gokaraju1, A. Thombare1, M. Aldin1 (1MetaRock Laboratories; 2Petricore)
Microscopic Measurement Of Shale Swelling: Impact Of Salinity
M. Mokhtari, P. Parrikar, A. Saidzade (University of Louisiana at Lafayette)
A Comparative Study of Monotonic and Cyclic Injection Hydraulic Fracturing in Saturated Tight Rocks Under Triaxial Stress
S. Goyal, M. Curtis, C. Sondergeld, C. Rai (University of Oklahoma)
Modeling Interactions of Natural Fractures and Two-Phase Fluid Filled Fracture Propagation in Porous Media
M. Wheeler1, S. Lee2 (1University of Texas at Austin; 2Florida State University)
Multi-Scale Geomechanical Evaluations to Enable Stimulation Optimization for Deep Shale Gas Reservoir in Sichuan Basin, Western China
K. Qiu (Schlumberger)

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Afternoon Presentations

Model-Based Type Wells Reduce Uncertainty in Production Forecasting for Unconventional Wells
A. Ravikumar, J. Lee (Texas A&M University)
Initial Flow Rate Relationships to Decline Trends and Reserves
B. W. Hale1, B. Hale*1, A. Warren1, R. K. Hall1, W. M. Cobb2 (1Russell K Hall & Associates; 2Retired)
Semi-Analytical Approach of Production Performance Analysis for Shale Gas Well by use of Green’s Function Method
J. Wang, A. Jia, Y. Wei (CNPC)
Generate Inflow Performance Relationship for Conventional and Unconventional Reservoirs using Reservoir Models Instead of Correlations
S. H. Tabatabaie1, C. Tewari1, S. Davies1, L. Mattar2, J. Prefontaine*1 (1IHS Markit; 2SPE)
Analytical Methodology for Three-Phase Rate Transient Analysis in Low-Permeability Volatile Oil/Gas Condensate Reservoirs
L. Luo, J. Lee (Texas A&M University)
Machine Learning Based Decline Curve — Spatial Method to Estimate Production Potential of Proposed Wells in Unconventional Shale Gas Reservoirs
Y. Kocoglu, M. Wigwe, S. Gorell (Texas Tech University)
Replacing Decline Curve Analysis
R. D. Hazlett1, U. Farooq2, K. Babu3 (1Nazarbayev University; 2University of Tulsa; 3Potential Research Solutions)
Reducing Well Construction Costs through Field Application of New Unconventional Lightweight Cementing Solutions — Multiple Case Histories in the Permian Basin
R. Pernites,, M. Montgomery,, F. Padilla,, D. Fu,, (BJ Services)
Innovative Gun System Tackles Tomorrow’s Challenges to Unconventional Completions
C. E. Felicio Guedes, S. Aboelnaga, A. Prisbell (Schlumberger)
Impact of Fluid Heterogeneity on a Tight Unconventional Well Gor Performance
F. M. Alqahtani, M. Dahouk, C. H. Whitson, E. Chuparova (NTNU Whitson AS)
Influence of the Lost Circulation Material Injection Method on the Fracture Plugging: A Visualization Experimental Study
Y. Feng1, R. Li2, G. Li2 (1Guangdong University of Petrochemical Technology; 2Southwest Petroleum University)
Computed Tomography Study of Annular Cement Mechanical Response Under Cyclic Hydraulic Stress
A. Anya, H. Emadi, M. Watson (Texas Tech University)
Development of Hydraulic Fracture Hits and Fracture Redirection Visualized for Consecutive Fracture Stages with Fast Time-Stepped Linear Superposition Method (TLSM)
T. Pham, R. Weijermars (Texas A&M University)
High Fidelity Directional Survey Calculations Can Improve Hydraulic Fracture Positioning In Unconventional Laterals
W. G. Lesso, T. Patton (Superior Quality Control)
Performance of Friction Reducers in Iron-Rich Environments
S. Hazra1, M. Van Domelen2, W. Cutrer2, N. Peregoy3, P. Okullo3, B. Darlington3 (1DynaChem Research Center; 2Downhole Chemical Solutions; 3Ovintiv Inc.)
Optimizing Fluid Compatibility in Produced Waters
T. A. Galindo (GeoKimika Oil & Gas)
Identifying the Variables of Laboratory Flow Loop Design that Influence Friction Reducer Recommendations for the Field
W. McDonough, M. D. Hurd, E. Smith, P. Henderson (Kemira)
Case Studies: New Friction Reducer Assurance Check Process Enables Precise Tuning of Fr Performance in Response to Potential Water Conditions During Hydraulic Fracturing
L. Xu, J. Ogle, H. Riley, I. Straffin, T. DuBois (Halliburton)