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11:05 a.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, M. F. Rainbolt2, T. Johnston3 (1Endeavor Energy Resources, LP; 2Abra Controls Corporation; 3Shear Frac Group LLC)
11:55 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 (Chevron)
9:05 a.m.
A State-of-The-Art Technology to Reduce Fracturing Pressure in Tight Gas Formations Using Thermochemical Pulse
A. Al-Nakhli (Saudi Aramco)
9:30 a.m.
Validation of Fracture Height and Density from Rapid Time-Lapse DAS VSP for use in Calculating Stimulated Rock Volume: A Case Study from Hereford Field, Colorado
T. L. Inks1, X. Zhao2, M. E. Willis2, E. Jenner3, B. C. Burke4 (1IS Interpretation Services, Inc.; 2Halliburton; 3Land Seismic Noise Specialists; 4HighPoint Resources)
10:20 a.m.
Case Study: Implemented Anionic Slurried Friction Reducer in High-TDS Water Reduces Treating Pressure and Improves Surface Efficiency, Friction Reduction, and the use of Recycled Water
M. Mast1, F. Zamar*2, L. Xu2, J. Ogle2 (1Primexx; 2Halliburton)
9:05 a.m.
Visualization of Complex Shale Swelling at Lamina-Scale
M. Mokhtari, P. Parrikar, A. Saidzade (University of Louisiana at Lafayette)
9:30 a.m.
A Novel Experimental Approach for Dynamic Quantification of Liquid Saturation and Capillary Pressure in Shale
W. O. Ozowe, R. T. Russell, M. M. Sharma (The University of Texas at Austin)
9:55 a.m.
Gas Apparent Permeability Prediction in Heterogeneous Shale Matrix Based on Fractal Theory and Fuzzy Statistical Method
D. Chai, X. Li (University of Kansas)
10:20 a.m.
A More Accurate Integrated Multimineral Petrophysical Model in Unconventional Reservoirs using Data from Cuttings: A Case Study from Powder River Basin, USA
P. Lowrey1, K. Ahmed1, K. Graham2, D. Merkel3 (1Halliburton; 2Rebellion Energy; 3Denver Petrophysics LLC)
11:05 a.m.
Porosity and Permeability Heterogeneity in the Upper Wolfcamp, Delaware Basin, West Texas: Implications for Production
S. Ramiro-Ramirez1, A. R. Bhandari1, P. B. Flemings1,2, R. M. Reed3, (1The University of Texas at Austin, Jackson School of Geosciences, Institute for Geophysics; 2The University of Texas at Austin, Jackson School of Geosciences, Department of Geological Sciences; 3The University of Texas at Austin, Jackson School of Geosciences, Bureau of Economic Geology)
11:30 a.m.
Experimental Evaluation of Relative Permeability in Tight Oil Systems: Examples from North American Tight Oil Plays
A. Ghanizadeh, C. Song, C. R. R. Clarkson, A. Younis (University of Calgary)
11:55 a.m.
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)
9:05 a.m.
CO2-Fracturing Fluid-Driven Geochemical Alterations at the Shale Matrix-Fracture Interface
S. Sanguinito, P. Cvetic, B. Kutchko, S. Natesakhawat, A. Goodman (National Energy Technology Laboratory)
9:30 a.m.
Non-Uniform Etching — The Key for an Effective Acid Fracturing in Shale: An Experimental Study
W. Wu1, R. Russell2, M. Sharma3 (1The University of Texas at Austin, now with Apache Corporation; 2The University of Texas at Austin; 3University of Texas at Austin)
9:55 a.m.
Synchrotron X-ray Imaging of Element Transport Resulting from Unconventional Stimulation
V. Noël1,2, E. Spielman-Sun2,3, J. Druhan1, W. Fan2, A. Jew2, A. Kovscek1,4, G. Brown1,2, J. Bargar5,1, (1Center for Mechanistic Control of Unconventional Formations (CMC-UF), Stanford University; 2Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory; 3Department of Geology, University of Illinois; 4Department of Energy Resources Engineering, School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences, Stanford University; 5SLAC)
10:20 a.m.
Fracturing Fluids Effect on Mechanical Properties in Shales
J. C. Acosta, S. T. Dang, C. H. Sondergeld, C. S. Rai, M. Curtis (University of Oklahoma)
11:05 a.m.
Water Saturation in Unconventionals: Myth Busted
V. R. Ravi1, S. Ali2, T. Dash2, M. Ali3, B. Chin3, R. Hartanto1 (1Consultant; 2W. D. Von Gonten & Co.; 3W. D. Von Gonten Laboratories)
11:30 a.m.
Impact of Capillary Pressure on Total Porosity in Unconventional Shales
F. Cruz1, A. Tinni1, S. Brackeen2, C. Sondergeld1, C. Rai1 (1University of Oklahoma; 2Primexx Operating Corporation)
11:55 a.m.
A New Workflow for Improved Resistivity-Based Water Saturation Assessment in Organic-Rich Mudrocks
S. Dash, A. Posenato Garcia, L. Hernandez, Z. Heidari (The University of Texas at Austin)
9:05 a.m.
From Waste to Insight: Generating High Resolution Geochemical Models from Publicly Available Residual Waste Profiles
J. Mackey1,2, J. Gardiner1,2, G. Lackey1,2, B. Kutchko2, J. A. Hakala2, (1Leidos Research and Support Team (LRST); 2National Energy Technology Laboratory)
9:30 a.m.
Development of a Machine-Learning-Based Workflow for Well Completion Optimization in Permian Basin
A. Sun, L. Wang*, J. Gale (University of Texas at Austin)
9:55 a.m.
Application of Both Physics-Based and Data-Driven Techniques for Real-Time Screen-Out Prediction with High Frequency Data<!--[endif]---->
J. Sun, A. Battula, B. Hruby, P. Hossaini (Noble Energy)
10:20 a.m.
Drilling and Completion Anomaly Detection in Daily Reports by Deep Learning and Natural Language Processing Techniques
H. Zhang1, Y. Zeng2, H. Bao2, L. Liao1, J. Song3, Z. Huang3, X. Chen3, Z. Wang2, Y. Xu4, X. Jin2 (1Sinopec Research Institute of Petroleum Engineering; 2Sinopec Research Institution of Petroleum Engineering; 3Sinopec International Exploration and Production Corporation; 4Sinopec Tech Middle East LLC)
11:05 a.m.
Advanced Machine Learning Methods for Prediction of Fracture Closure Pressure, ClosureTime, Permeability and Time to Late Flow Regimes From DFIT
M. Mohamed1, D. Mehta1, M. Salah2, M. Ibrahim3, E. Ozkan1 (1Colorado School of Mines; 2Khalda Petroleum; 3Apache Corp.)
11:30 a.m.
Evaluation and Optimization of Completion Design using Machine Learning in an Unconventional Light Oil Play
L. Porras1, C. Hawkes1, A. Islam2 (1University of Saskatchewan; 2Baytex Energy Corp)
11:55 a.m.
Increasing Frac Operations Performance using Real-Time Monitoring of Frac Fluid Chemistry, and Treatment Data Key Performance Indicators
J. Hurtado, S. Rutherford, M. Mayer (ReStream Solutions)
11:05 a.m.
Numerical Simulation the Supercritical CO2 Sequestration in a Shale Gas Reservoir with Enhanced Gas Recovery
Y. Zhao1, L. Zhang1, R. Zhang1, S. Chen2, Y. Pang2, R. Wang3 (1Southwest Petroleum University; 2University of Calgary; 3CNPC Beijing Richfit Information Technology Co., LTD)
11:30 a.m.
Pore Structure Analysis from CO2 Saturation using Gas Adsorption
O. Ozotta1, M. Ostadhassan2, K. Liu3, H. Lee1, C. Onwumelu1 (1University of North Dakota; 2Daqing Petroleum Institute; 3Central Michigan University)
11:55 a.m.
A Review of Long-Term Carbon Dioxide Storage in Shale Reservoirs
S. Fakher, H. Abdelaal, Y. Elgahawy, A. El-Tonbary (Missouri University of Science and Technology)
11:05 a.m.
Energy Production Versus Energy Consumption: How Do We Bridge The Gap Through Effective Communication?
D. I. Ryan1, K. Mills2, L. Hamil3, A. Mee4 (1SPE; 2The Crude Audacity; 3Energy360; 4UnionRock)
11:30 a.m.
Economic and Workforce Development in Rural Shale-Based Economies
C. R. Miller (University of Southern Mississippi)
9:05 a.m.
Geo-Engineered Performance in One of the Largest Tight Oil Multi-Well Pads in Asia
B. Chen1, F. Ma2, Y. Li1, H. Yuan1, Z. Li1, W. Zheng*2, D. Li1, Y. Wang1, L. Ding1, Y. Wang1, P. Li1 (1PetroChina Changqing Oilfield Company Tight Oil Project Team; 2Schlumberger)
9:30 a.m.
The Canning Basin of Western Australia, Discovering Unconventional Opportunity
J. Moore, R. Hull, V. Shelokov, T. Rudge, J. Shields (Black Mountain Oil and Gas)
9:55 a.m.
Integrated Design of Rigless Cementation and Completion: An Innovative Concept to Develop Unconventional Reservoirs in China and Its Prospect in Middle East
F. Jin1, W. Xi2, Z. Shunyuan2, L. Bingshan2, Y. Guobin2, L. Yangfan2, H. Haochen2 (1CNPC Engineering Technology R&D Company Ltd; 2CNPC Engineering Technology R&D Co. Ltd.)
10:20 a.m.
Three-Dimensional Mechanical Compaction and Chemical Compaction Simulation of Oligocene Sandstone in Xihu Sag, East China Sea Basin
W. Wang, C. Lin, J. Lin, X. Zhang, C. Dong, L. Ren (China University of Petroleum)
9:05 a.m.
Maximizing Reliability — Well Integrity Statistics and Risk Reduction Strategies
L. Perello, A. Ichim*, C. Blanc, A. Zestran (Tenaris)
9:30 a.m.
Geologic Variability and Well Productivity in U.S. Oil Plays: The Efficiency of Completion Intensity and New Designs in Various Geologic Contexts
K. M. Smye, Q. Yang, S. Ikonnikova, E. D. Goodman (University of Texas at Austin)
10:20 a.m.
Where Did All the Capital Go? A Look at Full Life-Cycle Economics on Key U.S. Shale Plays
D. I. Ryan, E. Halpern (Sproule)
9:05 a.m.
Numerical Investigation of Water Flowback Characteristics for Unconventional Gas Reservoirs with Complex Fracture Geometries
Y. Liu1, L. Liu2, J. Y. Leung3, K. Wu1, G. J. Moridis1,4, (1Texas A&M University; 2Texas A&M University and China University of Petroleum (East China); 3University of Alberta; 4Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
9:30 a.m.
Impact of Fluid Heterogeneity on Tight Unconventional Well Gor Performance
F. M. Alqahtani, M. Dahouk, C. H. Whitson, E. Chuparova (NTNU Whitson AS)
9:55 a.m.
Development of Agile Framework for Model-Order Reduction of Large-Scale Geomechanical Models: A Novel Workflow for Coupled Simulations
P. Morkos, E. Gildin (Texas A&M University)
10:20 a.m.
Geomechanical Evaluations of Deep Shale Gas Reservoir in Sichuan Basin, Western China
K. Qiu1, X. Liang2, H. Shu2, G. Wang2, Y. Luo2, K. Yin2, Q. Li2, Z. Zhang2, Y. Pan1, Y. Gao2 (1Schlumberger; 2PetroChina)
11:05 a.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)
11:30 a.m.
Learnings from the Marcellus Shale Energy and Environmental Lab (MSEEL) Using Fiber Optic Tools and Geomechanical Modeling
R. Bohn1, R. Hull1, K. Trujillo1, B. Wygal1, S. G. Parsegov2, T. Carr3, B. J. Carney4 (1Silixa; 2SPE; 3West Virginia University; 4Northeast Natural Energy LLC)
11:55 a.m.
Rapid Analysis of Offset Well Pressure Response during Fracturing: Distinguishing between Poroelastic, Hydraulic, and Frac-Hit Responses in Field Data Using Pattern Recognition
P. Seth, B. Elliott, M. Sharma (The University of Texas at Austin)
9:05 a.m.
Compositional Tracking of a Huff-n-Puff Project in the Eagle Ford: A Second Take
M. L. Carlsen1, C. H. Whitson1, M. M. Dahouk1, S. Mydland1, M. Thuesen2, R. Ambrose2, J. Nohavitza2 (1Whitson AS; 2EP Energy)
9:30 a.m.
Successful Field Test of Enhancing Bakken Oil Recovery with Propane Injection Part I. Field Test Planning, Operations, Surveillance, and Results
N. R. Nagarajan, D. Stoll, M. Litvak, R. S. Prasad, K. Shaarawi (Hess Corp.)
9:55 a.m.
Seismic Monitoring of an Associated Gas “Huff-n-Puff” for Enhanced Oil Recovery in the Middle Wolfcamp Shale of the Midland Basin, Texas
A. Kumar, R. Hammack (National Energy Technology Laboratory)
10:20 a.m.
Successful Field Test of Enhancing Bakken Oil Recovery with Propane Injection Part II. Development and Application of Innovative Simulation Technology
M. L. Litvak, N. R. Nagarajan, R. S. Prasad, K. Shaarawi (Hess Corp.)
11:05 a.m.
Performance of Low Salinity Polymer Flood in Enhancing Heavy Oil Recovery on the Alaska North Slope
B. Bai1, Y. Zhao*1, S. Yin1, S. Ning1, R. Seright2, Y. Zhang3 (1Missouri University of Science and Technoology; 2New Mexico Petroleum Recovery Research Center; 3University of Alaska Fairbanks)
11:30 a.m.
Evaluation of Huff-n-Puff in Shale using Experiments and Molecular Simulation
S. Mamoudou, F. Perez, A. Tinni, S. Dang, C. Sondergeld, C. Rai, D. Devegowda (University of Oklahoma)
11:55 a.m.
Zero Net Gas Production, an EOR Strategy for Pads:Applications for the Liquids-Rich Portion of the Montney
M. M. A. Faskhoodi, J. A. Rivero, R. Malpani (Schlumberger)
9:05 a.m.
Gas-Water Relative Permeability of Unconventional Reservoir Rocks: Hysteresis and its Influence on Production after Shut-In
S. Peng (University of Texas at Austin)
9:30 a.m.
Improved Equation of State Model for Gas Huff-n-Puff EOR Processes in Unconventional Reservoirs
G. Yang, X. Li (University of Kansas)
9:55 a.m.
Molecular Sieving of Hydrocarbon Mixtures through Nano-Porous Memebranes
Z. Liu, E. Ozkan, L. Zerpa, X. Yin (Colorado School of Mines)
10:20 a.m.
Modeling Energized and Foam Fracturing Using the Phase Field Method
M. Jammoul, M. Wheeler (University of Texas at Austin)
11:05 a.m.
Unlocking Value from Vintage Seismic Processing - Pre-Stack Conditioning and Inversion in the Eagle Ford Shale
A. Munoz1, B. Shea2 (1Ensign Natural Resources; 2Sharp Reflections)
11:30 a.m.
Enhancing PSDM via Well Data Derived from Gradient Boosted Trees Machine Learning
M. Rauch, M. Perz, S. Namasivayam, A. Sharma (TGS)
11:55 a.m.
Seismic Quantitative Analysis for Physical-Based Deep Learning: The Teapot Dome and Niobrara Shale Examples
N. Martin (CLS GeoSolutions LLC)
9:05 a.m.
Regionally Interpolated Pore Pressure Model Utilizing Multiple Empirical Methods in the Delaware Basin
Y. Li, J. Roberts (Devon Energy)
9:30 a.m.
Integration of RockPhysics Modelling to Improve Pore Pressure Prediction in Unconventional Shales
J. Heller, V. Anantharamu (Ikon Science)
9:55 a.m.
Predictive Geologic and Geomechanical Models for Pad Development in the Delaware Basin
N. M. Umholtz, R. Li, M. Paryani, C. Hammerquist (FracGeo)
10:20 a.m.
Carrier Bed (halo) Play in the Cretaceous Turonian Turner Sandstone, Crossbow Field Area, Powder River Basin
S. Sonnenberg (Colorado School of Mines)
11:05 a.m.
First Applications of Novel Microproppant to Achieve Optimal Production and Enhance Hydraulic Fracture Treatment Placement — A Romanian Case History
R. Patrascu1, G. Grubac1, P. Saldungaray2, W. Al-Tailji2, E. Annovi2 (1OMV Petrom; 2CARBO Ceramics)
11:30 a.m.
Integrated Seismological-Geological-Engineered Steering Technology Applied to Horizontal Well Drilling: Practice and Application in Fuling Shale Gas Field, China
P. Liao1, D. Xiong2, S. Zha3 (1Yangtze Normal University; 2Chongqing Environmental Protection Engineering Technology Center for Shale Gas Development; 3Jianghan Oilfield Branch of SINOPEC)
11:55 a.m.
Understanding the Tectonic Framework of Unconventional Reservoirs in the Paraná Basin Using the Magnetotelluric Method
P. P. de Lugao1, S. Rolim2, B. F. Kriegshaeuser1 (1Strataimage Consultoria Ltda; 2Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul)

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Afternoon Presentations

3:30 p.m.
Diagenetic Controls on Reservoir Character of the Lower Permian Wolfcamp and Bone Spring Formations in the Delaware Basin, West Texas
A. W. Dobber2,1, R. H. Goldstein2,1, (1KICC; 2University of Kansas)
3:55 p.m.
Lower Carboniferous (Mississippian) Facies Heterogeneity and Distribution within the Mixed Siliciclastic and Carbonate Reservoirs of the Midcontinent STACK Play, Oklahoma, USA
J. Bynum1, C. Wethington2 (1Baker Hughes; 2Oklahoma State University)
4:20 p.m.
Integrated Microstructural Characterisation of Caney Shale, OK
M. Radonjic1, G. Luo1, Y. Wang1, M. Achang*1, J. Cains1, A. Katende1, J. Puckette1, M. Grammer1, G. E. King2 (1Oklahoma State University; 2GEK Engineering)
3:30 p.m.
Proximal to Distal Variability of Mississippian Lithofacies, Diagenetic Processes, and Reservoir Quality within a Mixed Siliciclastic-Carbonate System, Northern and Central Oklahoma, USA
F. Suriamin, M. J. Pranter (School of Geoscience)
3:55 p.m.
Comparison of Wireline Log and SEM Image-Based Measurements of Porosity in Overburden Shales
C. J. Landry1, B. Hart2, M. Prodanović1 (1University of Texas at Austin; 2Equinor)
4:20 p.m.
Characterization of Three Forks Formation Reservoir Lithofacies in the Williston Basin, North Dakota
A. Adeyilola1, S. Nordeng2, C. Onwumelu2, O. Tomomewo2 (1Central Michigan University; 2University of North Dakota)
4:45 p.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)
3:30 p.m.
Rock-Fluid Interaction and Its Applications in Unconventional Production
W. Wang, W. Wei, D. Leach, C. Yan, K. Spilker (Chevron Corporation)
3:55 p.m.
Strontium Behavior in Midland Basin Unconventional Reservoirs: The Importance of Base Fluids
A. Jew1, J. R. Bargar1, J. W. Brownlow2, M. Laughland3 (1SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory; 2Pioneer Natural Resources; 3Stratum Reservoir)
4:20 p.m.
Investigation of Barite Scaling During Reaction between Pre-Treated Hydraulic Fracturing Fluid from the Field and Marcellus Shale
W. Xiong1, C. Lopano1, A. Hakala1, B. Carney2 (1National Energy Technology Laboratory; 2Northeast Natural Energy)
3:30 p.m.
Historic Frac Design Evaluation Made Easy: Automating Pumping Schedule Recognition from Hydraulic Fracturing Time Series Data
J. Iriarte, S. Hoda (Well Data Labs)
3:55 p.m.
Well Performance Prediction in Montney Formation Using Machine Learning Approaches
H. Rahmanifard, H. Alimohammadi, I. Gates (University of Calgary)
4:20 p.m.
Transfer Learning for Scalable Optimization of Unconventional Field Operations
H. Klie, B. Yan, A. Klie (DeepCast.ai)
1:50 p.m.
Towards a More Accurate Gas-in-Place Model: Reconciling Gas Storage with Gas Production in the Marcellus Shale, Appalachian Basin, USA
D. R. Blood1, S. D. McCallum2, J. Jalali3, A. S. B. Douds4, M. J. Stypula5 (1DRB Geological Consulting; 2McCallum Petrophysics and Data Analytics; 3SRN Petroleum Consulting; 4Parsley Energy; 5Deloitte)
2:15 p.m.
Stress-Displacement Analysis of Bedding Planes in the Near-Wellbore Region During Drilling
B. H. Tofiq, A. Lopez Manriquez (Texas A&M University - Kingsville)
2:40 p.m.
The Geochemistry and Microbial Ecology of Produced Waters from Three Different Unconventional Oil and Gas Regions
D. Gulliver1, D. Lipus2, K. Tinker3, D. Ross3, P. Sarkar4 (1NETL-DOE; 2German Research Center; 3Leidos; 4Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education)
3:30 p.m.
A Real-Time Method to Identify Brittle Zones in Carbonate-Rich Mudrocks using Bulk and Trace Element Geochemistry: A Study in the Eagle Ford, Haynesville, and Niobrara Formations
M. Fonseca, L. Hathon, T. Lapen (University of Houston)
3:55 p.m.
A Multiscale Digital Rock Workflow for Shale Matrix Permeability Prediction
M. Zhang1,2, R. Salazar-Tio1, A. Fager1, B. Crouse1, (1Dassault Systèmes; 2The University of Texas at Austin)
4:20 p.m.
Understanding Tight Gas Sandstone Reservoirs from High-Definition Oil-Based Microresistivity Image Logs: A Case Study from Tarim Basin
Q. Guo1, Y. Zhao1, D. Wang*2, N. Shi2 (1PetroChina Tarim Oilfield Company; 2Schlumberger)
1:50 p.m.
Stochastic Apparent Permeability Model of Shale Oil Considering Geological Control
J. Xu, Y. Su, W. Wang, H. Wang (China University of Petroleum (East China))
2:15 p.m.
Integrated Workflow for Identifying Exploration Targets and Quantifying Prospective Resources of the Lower Barmer Hill Resource Play, Barmer Basin, India.
U. Kuila1, A. K. Sahoo1, C. Jenkins2, T. Dev1, S. Dutta3, S. Batshas1, C. T. Wilhelm*4, J. Brown2, A. Mandal1, S. Dasgupta1, P. Mishra1 (1Cairn Oil & Gas, Vedanta Ltd; 2Rose and Associates LLP; 3Cairn Oil and Gas Vedanta Ltd; 4Wilhelm Geoscience Services, LLC)
2:40 p.m.
Optimization Well Spacing for Development of Shale Oil Reservoirs using Integration of Data Analytics, Geomechanics Modeling, Pilots, and Economic Analysis
Z. Lei1, X. Li1, K. Dai2, Y. He3, J. Shi4 (1CNPC; 2China University of Petroleum (Beijing); 3Changqing Oilfield of CNPC; 4ChangQing oilfield of CNPC)
3:30 p.m.
High Resolution Petrophysics and Geomechanics Workflow — The Key to Optimal Development of Unconventional Reservoirs
P. J. Gaillot (ExxonMobil)
3:55 p.m.
Anisotropic and Nonlinear Properties of Rock Samples in the Vaca Muerta Formation: Experimental Measurements and Implications on Reservoir Geomechanics
D. N. Espinoza1, A. Sosa Massaro2, G. Gallardo Giozza1 (1The University of Texas at Austin; 2Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires)
4:20 p.m.
A Coupled Laboratory Measurement - Machine Learning Workflow to Predict Elastic Anisotropy by Lithotype in Shale
A. Mitra1, J. Kessler2, S. Govindarajan1, D. Gokaraju1, A. Thombare1, A. Guedez1, M. Aldin1 (1MetaRock Laboratories; 2Occidental Oil and Gas Corporation)
4:45 p.m.
Determining Static Elastic Anisotropy in Shales from Sidewall Cores: Impact on Stress Prediction and Hydraulic Fracture Modeling
B. Crawford1, Y. Liang1, P. Gaillot2, K. Amalokwu1, X. Wu1, R. Valdez1 (1ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company; 2ExxonMobil Upstream Business Development)
1:50 p.m.
Optimizing MFHW Completion and Fracturing in Shale Formations Utilizing High Frequency ESP Real-Time Data
L. Camilleri1, D. McEwen1, A. Rusakov1, D. Weishoff2, R. Akers2, J. Lachner2, T. Kisner2 (1Schumberger; 2Kraken Oil & Gas)
2:40 p.m.
Spatiotemporal Gyration from Microseismicity in the Permian Basin
S. Tuttle1, V. Grechka2, I. Jahan*2, Z. Zhang2 (1Rosehill Resources Inc; 2Borehole Seismic LLC)
3:30 p.m.
A Model for Estimating Optimal Spacing of the Wolfcamp in the Delaware Basin
A. Alzahabi1, A. A. Kamel1, A. Harouaka1, A. Trindade2 (1University of Texas Permian Basin; 2Texas Tech)
3:55 p.m.
Optimizing Well Spacing and Lateral Placement Utilizing Fluid Tracers in SCOOP/STACK
S. Banerjee1, C. Mallory2, W. DeAngelis3, N. Geisler1 (1Tracerco; 2Chaparrel Energy, LLC; 3Chaparral Energy, LLC)