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Morning Presentations

11:15 a.m.
Second Bone Spring Sand Development Strategies within the Delaware Basin, West Texas and Southeast New Mexico
T. O'Toole, A. Adebare, S. Wright, P. Sanghvi, K. Schwartz (Chevron)
10:50 a.m.
An Integrated Workflow for Complex Characterization of Formation Water of Shale Reservoir Rocks. A Case Study of Bazhenov Formation
E. S. Kazak2,1, A. V. Kazak2, (1Lomonosov Moscow State University; 2Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech))
11:15 a.m.
A More Accurate Integrated Multimineral Petrophysical Model in Unconventional Reservoirs using Data from Cuttings: A Case Study from Powder River Basin, USA
K. Ahmed1, P. Lowrey1, K. Graham2, D. Merkel3 (1Halliburton; 2Rebellion Energy; 3Denver Petrophysics LLC)
11:15 a.m.
A Multi-Disciplinary Modeling Approach to Determine Economic Viability of Infill Horizontal Well Development in the Green River Basin
T. H. Levon, J. Mazza (Fracture ID)
10:50 a.m.
Mapping Liquid Recovery Potential in an Unconventional Play: A Practical Workflow Integrating Geology, Geochemistry and Pvt Properties (Montney Fm., Canada)
T. Euzen1, N. Watson2, A. Cui3, J. Wilson3 (1IFP Technologies (Canada) Inc.; 2Enlighten Geoscience Ltd.; 3AGAT Laboratories)
11:15 a.m.
Identification and Characterization of Oil Groups in the Midland Basin Using Geochemical Source and Maturity Parameters Measured on >1,600 Oils and Condensates from 692 Wells
S. Prosser1, A. Kornacki2, M. Laughland2, M. McCaffrey2, S. Vincent1, J. Edmonds1 (1Pioneer Natural Resources; 2Stratum Reservoir)
11:40 a.m.
A Comparison of Hydrocarbon Extraction Techniques: Trying to Make a Mountain from a Mole Hill
C. M. Donohue, C. Barrie, B. Jarvie, J. A. Zumberge, J. E. Zumberge (Geomark Research)
10:50 a.m.
Significant Error Reduction in Machine-Learning Decline Curve Analysis for Unconventional Reservoirs
B. Li1, T. C. Billiter2, T. Tokar1 (1Chevron Energy Technology Company; 2Chevron North America Exploration and Production Company)
11:15 a.m.
Applications of the Diffusive Time of Flight to a Data Driven Approach for Decline Curve Analysis
A. Bansal, M. J. King (Texas A&M University)
11:40 a.m.
Automating Petrophysics and Decline Curves Analysis for Performance Prediction at the Basin -Scale: Application to the Powder River Basin
C. A. Snow, R. Gunther (Danomics)
10:50 a.m.
Induced Shear Fracture Area Contributes Appreciably to Production: A Case Study from Nine Wells in the Midland Basin
M. Kintzing1, K. LaMotta2, T. Ruths2, M. Zoback*3 (1SM Energy; 2Petro.ai; 3Stanford University)
11:40 a.m.
Data Predict The Optimal Drawdown For Woodford And Mayes In The Anadarko Basin
A. Alzahabi1, A. A. Kamel1, A. Harouaka1, A. Trindade2, W. Baustian3 (1University of Texas Permian Basin; 2Texas Tech; 3Camino Natural Resources)
10:50 a.m.
Integrating Pressure and Stress Field Evolution for Cluster Spacing Optimization in Unconventional Reservoirs with Infill Wells
Y. Pei, K. Sepehrnoori (The University of Texas at Austin)
11:40 a.m.
Assisted History Matching using Bayesian Inference: Application to Multi-Well Simulation of a Huff-n-Puff Pilot Test in the Permian Basin
E. Eltahan, R. Ganjdanesh, W. Yu, K. Sepehrnoori (The University of Texas at Austin)
10:50 a.m.
Clustering and Connectivity of Fractal-Fracture Networks in Reservoir Analogs
A. K. Sahu, A. Roy* (Indian Institute of Technology)
11:15 a.m.
Geocellular Static and DFN Modeling of Unconventional Fractured Reservoirs in the Middle Magdalena Valley, Colombia
F. A. Lozano, J. M. Marentes, J. Piedrahita, N. P. Rubio (Ecopetrol)
11:40 a.m.
Characterizing Subsurface Fracture Density and Spatial Pattern in the East Painter Reservoir Anticline, Wyoming
Q. Wang, S. E. Laubach (University of Texas at Austin)

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Afternoon Presentations

1:50 p.m.
Utilization of Multidisciplinary Data Gathering to Evaluate Extreme Limited Entry Completion Design to Improve Perforation Cluster Efficiency
A. Lorwongngam, S. Wright, J. Wolters, S. Hari, E. Shade, M. McKimmy, C. Cipolla (Hess)
2:40 p.m.
The Field-Level Effects of the Scoop/Stack Play and its Completion on Hydrocarbon Production
S. Banerjee1, C. Mallory2, W. DeAngelis3, N. Geisler1 (1Tracerco; 2Chaparrel Energy, LLC; 3Chaparral Energy, LLC)
4:20 p.m.
Evaluating Primary-Infill Well Performance After Frac Mitigation Using Fracture-Type Diagnostics in the Midland Basin Wolfcamp Shale
R. Y. Scherz, P. E. 1, Y. U. Pradhan, P. E. 1, A. McMurray2 (1Endeavor Energy Resources, LP; 2Shear Frac Group LLC)
5:10 p.m.
A Novel Thermochemical Fracturing Approach to Reduce Fracturing Pressure of High Strength Rocks
A. Al-Nakhli (Saudi Aramco)
3:55 p.m.
Wettability of Permian Rocks and Implications on Relative Permeability and Reservoir Modeling
S. A. Alzobaidi, S. S. Chhatre, M. D. Rudnicki, R. Longoria, A. L. Chen, K. B. Guice (ExxonMobil)
4:20 p.m.
Using Fluid Inclusion Salinity Data to Reduce Uncertainty in Petrophysical Sw Calculation — New Application of an Old Technique in Unconventional Reservoirs
B. Gal, Z. Poros, E. Ortega (ConocoPhillips)
5:10 p.m.
Revisiting the Concept of Pore System Partitioning for Organic-Rich Tight Rocks
S. T. Dang, S. Mukherjee, S. Mamoudou, C. Sondergeld, C. Rai (University of Oklahoma)
1:50 p.m.
Comparative Study of Pore Structure Parameters for Various Rock Samples
Y. Zhang, R. G. Moghanloo, D. Davudov (University of Oklahoma)
2:15 p.m.
Nano-Imaging of Shale using Electron Microscopy Techniques
L. Froute, A. R. Kovscek (Stanford University)
2:40 p.m.
Pore Scale Study of Methane Advection and Diffusion in an Image-Based 3-D Reconstruction of Shale with Consideration of Bound Water
R. Xu1, Y. Yin2, C. Landry1, M. Prodanovic*1 (1The University of Texas at Austin; 2Xi'an Jiaotong University)
1:50 p.m.
Revisiting Production Outlooks of the Eagle Ford and Bakken Plays: Analysis of the Well Productivity and Play Economics Changes Over the Last 5 Years
S. Ikonnikova1,2, Q. Yang1, K. Smye1, G. McDaid1, (1Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin; 2TUM School of Management, Technical University of Munich)
2:15 p.m.
Artificial Intelligence for Production Enhancement in Unconventional Reservoirs
O. M. Molina, C. Mejia, R. Nye (ENOVATE Corporation)
2:40 p.m.
Delaware Basin Wolfcamp a Productivity Analysis and Technically Recoverable Resources Projection
Q. Yang1, S. Ikonnikova2, K. Smye1, A. Gherabati1, G. McDaid1 (1University of Texas at Austin; 22TUM School of Management, Technical University of Munich)
3:55 p.m.
Rate Transient Analysis of Fracture Swarm Fractal Networks
J. A. Acuna (Chevron)
4:20 p.m.
Hydraulic Fracture Test Site Drained Rock Volume and Recovery Factors Visualized by Scaled Complex Analysis Method Models: Emulating Multiple Data Sources (Production Rates, Water Cuts, Pressure Gauges, Flow Regime Changes, and B-Sigmoids)
R. Weijermars1, K. Nandlal1, M. F. Tugan1, R. Dusterhoft2, N. Stegent2 (1Texas A&M University; 2Halliburton)
4:45 p.m.
Numerically Enhanced RTA Workflow - ImprovingEstimation of Both Linear Flow Parameter and Hydrocarbons in Place
B. Bowie1, J. Ewert2 (1Apache Corporation; 2IHS Markit)
5:10 p.m.
Real Time SRV Integrity Monitoring Using Dynamic Productivity Index
C. Aniemena, K. Suter, A. Labryer (BPX Energy)
1:50 p.m.
Strain and Strain-Rate Responses Measured by LF-DAS and Corresponding Features for Fracture-Hit Detection during multiple-Fracture Propagation in Unconventional Reservoirs
Y. Liu1, K. Wu1, G. Jin2, G. J. Moridis1,3, (1Texas A&M University; 2Colorado School of Mines; 3Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
2:15 p.m.
Fiber Optic Strain Monitoring of Hydraulic Stimulation: Geomechanical Modeling and Sensitivity Analysis
Z. Zhang, Z. Fang, J. Stefani, J. DiSiena, D. Bevc, I. Lim Chen Ning, K. Hughes, Y. Tan (Chevron Energy Technology Company)
2:40 p.m.
Rapid Analysis of Offset Well Pressure Response During Fracturing: Distinguishing Between Poroelastic, Hydraulic, and Frac-Hit Responses in Field Data
P. Seth, B. Elliott, M. Sharma (The University of Texas at Austin)
4:20 p.m.
A Coupled Reservoir-Geomechanical Modeling of Out-of-Sequence Fracturing
M. Nassir1, B. Yadali Jamaloei*2, D. Walters1, E. G. Schmelzl2 (1CGG (Canada) Services Inc.; 2NCS Multistage Inc.)
4:45 p.m.
Study Of The Marcellus Shale Energy And Environmental Lab (MSEEL) Completion Designs Using Fracture Modeling
R. Bohn, X. Wan, V. Rasouli (University of North Dakota)
5:10 p.m.
Pressure History Matching for Multi-Well Completions
J. Sovizi, E. Dontsov, D. Sassen, M. Wolinsky, R. Suarez-Rivera (W.D. Von Gonten Laboratories)
3:55 p.m.
A Statistical Approach to Understanding Fluid Geochemistry Changes in Unconventional Plays
C. D. Barrie, C. M. Donohue, J. A. Zumberge (Geomark Research)
4:20 p.m.
Integrating Oil and Water Geochemistry to Assess SRV and DRV in the Bakken/Three Forks Hybrid Play
H. Long, E. Michael, S. Bordoloi, Y. Liu, B. Rajappa, B. Weaver, N. McMahan, K. McLin (Conocophillips)
4:45 p.m.
Reflecting Fracture Network Complexity or Matrix Flow Characteristics? An Investigation on the Appropriate Model for Flowback Salinity Data Analysis
Q. Liu (Husky Energy)
5:10 p.m.
From Reservoir Characterization to Production Monitoring: An Integrated Workflow to Optimize Field Development using Geochemical Fingerprinting Technology
F. Liu1, J. Wu1, M. Jin1, D. Bell2, K. Newsham2 (1RevoChem LLC; 2Occidental Petroleum Corporation)
3:55 p.m.
Experimental and Modeling Studies of Cyclic Gas Injection EOR in Niobrara Shales
Z. Zhu, X. Yin, E. Ozkan, Y. Coskuner (Colorado School of Mines)
4:20 p.m.
Compositional Reservoir Simulation of Gas Huff and Puff — Impact of Physical Dispersion, Numerical Dispersion, and Molecular Diffusion
S. S. Chhatre, M. Izadi, T. A. Wahlheim, A. L. Chen, K. G. Guice (ExxonMobil)
4:45 p.m.
Use of Gas and Chemical Blend for Shale Oil Huff-n-Puff EOR
K. Mohanty, T. Zeng, C. Miller, M. Aung (The University of Texas at Austin)
5:10 p.m.
Insights Gained from Fifty Large Volume Primary Depletion Gas Cycling Huff and Puff Experiments in the Montney and Duvernay Formations
F. B. Thomas1, M. Noroozi2, M. Piwowar2, W. Gibb2, J. Marin2, R. Apil2, H. Zhang2, J. Yeo3, D. Sharp3, A. Ceccanese3 (1Reservoir Optimization Strategies; 2Stratum Reservoir; 3Birchcliff Energy Ltd.)
1:50 p.m.
The Impact of Spacing and Time on Gas/Oil Ratio in the Permian Basin: A Multi-Target Machine Learning Approach
K. Sathaye1, T. Cross1, K. Darnell1, J. Reed2, J. Ramey1, D. Niederhut1 (1Novi Labs; 2Enverus)
2:15 p.m.
Integration of Geochemical and Stratigraphic Properties for Identifying Potential Highly Restricted Lacustrine-Embayment Deposits in the Woodford Shale Speake Ranch Outcrop
E. J. Torres1, R. M. Slatt1, R. P. Philp1, D. M. Becerra-Rondon2, H. A. Galvis-Portilla2 (1University of Oklahoma; 2University of Calgary)
2:40 p.m.
Integration of Geochemical and Petrophysical Measurements from Drill Cuttings for Unconventional Reservoir Characterization, Converse County, Powder River Basin
B. Wittman1, M. Dick2, M. Hemenway3, H. Rowe3, D. Veselinovic2, T. Kenney2, D. Green2 (1Grayson Mill Energy; 2Green Imaging; 3Premier Oilfield Group)
1:50 p.m.
An Integrated Reservoir Modeling Case Study to Simulate Multi-Stage Hydraulically Fractured Horizontal Wells, Based on Seismic, Petrophysical, and Geological Data for Pinedale Tight Gas Fluvial Reservoir
M. Gaddipati1, T. Firincioglu1, E. LaBarre2, Y. Yang2, D. Wahl2, P. Clarke2, A. Long2, C. Ozgen1 (1NITEC LLC; 2Ultra Petroleum)
2:15 p.m.
Integrated Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Predict Reservoir Performance: The Diyab Reservoir Abu Dhabi
C. Barton, G. Izadi, J. Tinnin, S. Randazzo, A. Ghadimipour, Y. Bouzida (Baker Hughes)
1:50 p.m.
Insights into Fracture Fluid Allocation and Fracture Geometry in Hydraulically Fractured Horizontal Wells through Thermal Simulations and Fiber Optics Distributed Temperature Sensing (FO - DTS) Measurements
S. Ghosh, D. Zhou, J. App, L. Jain, K. Hughes, D. Emery, J. Fu, R. Zhang (Chevron Corporation)
2:15 p.m.
Fracture Properties Estimation using Seismic DAS Recordings
A. Lellouch1, M. A. Meadows2, T. Nemeth2, B. Biondi1 (1Stanford University; 2Chevron ETC)
2:40 p.m.
Time-Lapse DAS Seismic Monitoring to Characterize Hydraulic Fracture Geometry across Multiple Wells in the Midland Basin
G. Binder1, A. Titov1, G. Jin1, J. Simmons1, A. Tura1, A. Gunnell2, P. Aaron2, M. Yates2 (1Colorado School of Mines; 2Apache Corporation)
3:55 p.m.
A Reservoir Simulation-Oriented Investigation into Large-Scale Conductive Fractures in the Mississippian STACK Oil Reservoirs
C. M. Freeman1, S. Geetan2, R. MacDonald2, T. Firincioglu1, C. Ozgen1 (1Nitec, LLC; 2Alta Mesa Resources)
3:55 p.m.
Detecting Induced Fractures using Drilling Data to Gain Insights into Unconventional Fracture Growth
K. Wutherich, S. Srinivasan, W. Katon (Drill2Frac)
4:45 p.m.
Characterizing Natural Fractures and Sub-seismic Faults for Well Completion of Marcellus Shale in the MSEEL Consortium Project, West Virginia, USA
B. Li1, B. Carney2, T. Carr3 (1Blackriver Geoscience LLC; 2Northeast Natural Energy LLC; 3West Virginia University)
5:10 p.m.
Integrated Interpretation of Conductive, Natural Fractures using Multi-ModeFull-Waveform Sonic Data and Borehole Wall Imaging Analysis
B. Hornby, M. Collins, J. Bader (Halliburton)
1:50 p.m.
Time-Lapse Acoustic Monitoring of Facture Alteration in Marcellus Shale
J. Ding1, A. C. Clark1, T. Vanorio1, A. D. Jew2, J. R. Bargar2 (1Stanford University; 2SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)
2:15 p.m.
Anisotropic Assessment of Upper, Middle, and Lower Bakken Formations using Multi-Physical Rock Measurements
G. Firdaus, V. Suarez, M. Prasad (Colorado School of Mines)
2:40 p.m.
Acoustic Velocity Modeling of Unconventional Reservoirs
A. Simone, L. Hathon, M. Myers (University of Houston)