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Morning Presentations

9:05 a.m.
Multidisciplinary Cube Design for Uinta Basin Stacked Play
T. S. Ong, L. John, T. Pedersen (Encana Corp)
9:55 a.m.
Bakken Infill Pilot Analysis and Modeling: Characterizing Unconventional Reservoir Potentials
Y. Liu, S. Bordoloi, N. McMahan, J. Zhang, B. Rajappa, H. Long, E. Michael (ConocoPhillips)
11:05 a.m.
Permeability Measurements on Shales using NMR Spectroscopy
S. Ali1, A. Mathur1, C. Barnes1, C. Belanger1, J. Treadwell2, B. Chin*1 (1WDVG Laboratories; 2WDVG Co)
11:30 a.m.
Advanced Geochemical Volatiles Analysis of Drill Cuttings to Drive Decisions from Single Well Completions to Acreage/Basin Assessments: Examples from the Permian, Stack, and Scoop
M. Smith, C. Smith* (Advanced Hydrocarbon Stratigraphy)
11:55 a.m.
Meramec Velocity Systematics
J. Fu, C. Sondergeld, C. Rai (University of Oklahoma)
9:05 a.m.
Unconventional Reservoir Water Saturation Quantification with Nmr and Resistivity Logging
W. Shao, S. Chen, R. Balliet (Halliburton)
9:30 a.m.
NMR Time-Lapse Wettability Assessments in Unconventionals: Insights from Imbibition
S. Kelly1, R. J. M. Bonnie1, M. J. Dick2, D. Veselinovic2 (1ConocoPhillips; 2Green Imaging Technologies)
9:55 a.m.
Organic Shale Spontaneous Imbibition and Monitoring with NMR to Evaluate In-Situ Saturations, Wettability and Molecular Sieving
M. Ali1, S. Ali2, A. Mathur1, C. Belanger1 (1WD Von Gonten Laboratories; 2WD Von Gonten Company)
10:20 a.m.
A New Methodology to Evaluate Huff and Puff Effectiveness at in-Situ Conditions
J. E. Moore1,2, D. M. Crandall1, S. Workman1,3, (1Department of Energy National Energy Technology Laboratory; 2Leidos Research Support Team; 3USSE2)
11:05 a.m.
Insights into Salinity Variations for Waterfloods, Frac-Fluids and Drilling Mud in Clay-Hosted Pores using Molecular Simulations
H. Xiong, D. Devegowda (University of Oklahoma)
11:30 a.m.
Residual Saturation During Multiphase Displacement in Heterogeneous Fractures with Novel Deep Learning Prediction
E. Guiltinan1, J. Santos2, Q. Kang1 (1Los Alamos National Lab; 2University of Texas at Austin)
11:55 a.m.
Hypersaline Flow Back Water: What it Tells Us about Shale Gas Reservoir Properties
C. Palencia, L. Hathon, M. Myers (University of Houston)
9:05 a.m.
Machine-Learning-Assisted Segmentation of FIB-SEM Images with Artifacts for Improved of Pore Space Characterization of Tight Reservoir Rocks
K. Simonov2,1, A. Kazak*2, V. Kulikov3,2, (1Schlumberger Moscow Research; 2Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech); 3PicsArt Inc.)
9:55 a.m.
Hybrid Physics and Data-Driven Modeling for Unconventional Field Development - Onshore US Basin Case Study
J. Park1, A. Datta-Gupta1, A. Singh2, S. Sankaran3 (1Texas A&M University; 2Former Anadarko Petroleum Corp.; 3Xecta Digital Labs)
10:20 a.m.
Integration of Data Science and Physical Models to Characterize the Combined Effect of Completion and Spacing
R. Cao (Shell)
9:05 a.m.
Spatio-Temporal Models for Big Data and Applications on Unconventional Production Evaluation
M. E. Wigwe, E. S. Bougre, M. C. Watson, A. Giussani (Texas Tech University)
9:30 a.m.
A Data-Driven Workflow and Case Study for Optimizing Shut in Strategies of Adjacent Wells During Multi-Stage Hydraulic Fracturing Operations
A. Shahkarami, R. Klenner, H. Stephenson, N. Siripatrachai, B. Kim, G. Murrell (Baker Hughes)
9:55 a.m.
Basin-Specific Machine Learning Models for Efficient Completions Optimization
C. R. De Sario1, A. Bogdan1, D. Fu1, S. Khan1, J. Nabors2, T. Voss2 (1BJ Services, LLC; 2Spur Energy Partners)
11:05 a.m.
A Fast Workflow for Uncertainty Assessment of Well Spacing and Pad Sequence in the Permian Basin
G. Dashti, B. Liang (Chevron North America Exploration and Production)
11:30 a.m.
Frac-Hit Dynamic Modeling using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
S. Mohaghegh (West Virginia University)
11:55 a.m.
Deviations from Classical Diffusion Behavior: A Systematic Investigation of Possible Controls on Abnormal Reservoir Signatures
B. Yuan, C. R. Clarkson, Z. Zhang (University of Calgary)
9:05 a.m.
Feeling the Pressure on Infill Development
S. Young1, E. Williams2, R. Stocking1, P. Morton1 (1Deep Imaging; 2Exum)
9:30 a.m.
New Engineering and Geologic Parameters to Predict Infill Well Performance in the Wolfcamp of the Delaware Basin
A. Gherabati, K. Smye, G. McDaid, S. Hamlin (Bureau of Economic Geology)
9:55 a.m.
Evaluating Refrac Economic Potential and Primary-Infill Relative Well Performance in Permian Organic Shales
R. Barba1, J. Stroder1, M. Villarreal2 (1Integrated Energy Services Inc; 2Enventure Global Technology)
10:20 a.m.
The Effects of Infill Drilling on Midterm Well Productivity — A Montney Case Study
M. Popp (Geologic Systems Ltd)
11:05 a.m.
Performance of Friction Reducers in Iron-Rich Environments
S. Hazra1, M. Van Domelen*2, W. Cutrer2, N. Peregoy3, P. Okullo3, B. Darlington3 (1DynaChem Research Center; 2Downhole Chemical Solutions; 3Ovintiv Inc.)
11:30 a.m.
Robust Event Recognition in Real Time Hydraulic Fracturing Data for Live Reporting and Analysis
S. Hoda, J. Iriarte (Well Data Labs)
11:55 a.m.
Optimizing Microproppant Placement using Available Drilling Data - A Case History
T. Palisch, K. Shah, W. Al-Tailji (CARBO Ceramics, Inc.)
9:05 a.m.
Parameter Estimations of Complex Fracture Networks Using Pressure Transient Analysis in “Fracturing-Shutting” Data from Shale Oil Wells
Z. Chen, L. Shi (China Universityof Petroleum at Beijing)
9:30 a.m.
State of the Art in Characterization of Frac Stage Geometry and Conductivity Using Post-Fracture Pressure Leakoff
M. Mohamed1, M. Ibrahim2, E. Ozkan1 (1Colorado School of Mines; 2Apache Corp)
9:55 a.m.
Combining Pressure-Based Fracture Maps and Post-Stimulation Leak-Off Analysis Lead to Informed Unconventional Development
D. Lerohl, S. Spicer, E. Coenen, J. Mayorga, B. Vering (Reveal Energy Servicese)
10:20 a.m.
Integrated RTA and PTA Techniques to Study Single Fracture Stage Performance
A. F. Ibrahim, M. Ibrahim, M. Sinkey, T. Johnston, W. Johnson (Shear Frac)
9:05 a.m.
Predicting Water Production in the Williston Basin using a Machine Learning Model
T. Cross, K. Sathaye, K. Darnell, D. Niederhut, K. Crifasi (Novi Labs)
9:30 a.m.
Results of the 2019 Usgs Water and Proppant Assessment Associated with Petroleum Production from the Eagle Ford Group, Texas
N. Gianoutsos, S. Haines, B. Varela, K. Whidden (U.S. Geological Survey)
9:55 a.m.
Using Drone-Mounted Geophysical Sensors to Map Legacy Oil and Gas Infrastructure
R. W. Hammack1, G. Veloski1, M. Schlagenhauf2, R. Lowe3, A. Zorn4, L. Wylie5 (1US Dept. of Energy-National Energy Technology Laboratory; 2Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission; 3Ohio Dept. of Natural Resources; 4DiGioia Gray Consultants and Engineers; 5UAV Exploration)
10:20 a.m.
Novel Oxidized Sugar Compounds: A Cheap, Low Dose, Environmentally Friendly, Replacement for Triazine
P. Schuber, J. S. An, C. Arceo, T. Lee, J. Helander, T. Swanson, K. Huddleston, G. Chakrabarti, S. Hunt, F. Ngantung, A. Siraj (Solugen, Inc.)
9:05 a.m.
Permeability Increase by Shear Slip During Shale Reservoir Stimulation
Z. Ye1, A. Ghassemi1, L. Ji2, V. Sen2, J. Mailloux2 (1The University of Oklahoma; 2Occidental Petroleum Corporation)
9:30 a.m.
Numerical Study of Proppant Transport and Distribution along Opened Bedding Planes
J. Xie1, J. Tang*2, S. Sun2, Y. Li3, Y. Song4, X. Zhou4, H. Huang4 (1Petrochina Southwest Oil and Gas Field Company; 2Harvard University; 3Northeast Petroleum University; 4Petrochina Southwest Oil and Gas Field Co.)
9:55 a.m.
Auto-Optimization of Hydraulic Fracturing Design with Three-Dimensional Fracture Propagation in Naturally Fractured Multi-Layer Formations
J. Wang, J. E. Olson (The University of Texas at Austin)
10:20 a.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, E. Kerr4, R. Scofield4, A. Johnson4, (1Texas A&M University; 2Colorado School of Mines; 3Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; 4SM Energy)
11:05 a.m.
Use of Stranded Natural Gas as a Fracturing Fluid: A Simulation Study
S. Zheng, M. M. Sharma (The University of Texas at Austin)
11:30 a.m.
Diagnosing Fracture Stimulation Effectiveness: A Case Study of the Marcellus Shale Energy and Environmental Lab (MSEEL)
R. Bohn1, R. Hull2, K. Trajillo2, B. Wygal2, S. Parsegov1, T. Carr3, B. J. Carney4 (1SPE; 2Silixa; 3West Virginia University; 4Northeast Natural Energy LLC)
11:55 a.m.
A Semi-Analytical Modeling Approach for Hydraulic Fracture Initiation and Orientation in Shale Reservoirs
A. Michael, I. Gupta (Louisiana State University)
11:05 a.m.
Distinguishing Fracture Conductivity and Fracture Flux: A Systematic Investigation of Individual Fracture Contribution to Well Productivity
A. Khanal, R. Weijermars (Texas A&M University)
11:30 a.m.
Well Spacing Optimization for Permian Basin Based on Integrated Hydraulic Fracturing, Reservoir Simulation, and Machine Learning Study
L. Wang, A. Sun (University of Texas at Austin)
11:55 a.m.
Adsorption Potential Analysis for Shale and Pure Clay Samples: An Experimental Study
M. AlArfaj (Saudi Aramco)
9:05 a.m.
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)
9:30 a.m.
Computed Tomography Study of Annular Cement Mechanical Response Under Cyclic Hydraulic Stress
A. Anya, H. Emadi, M. Watson (Texas Tech University)
9:55 a.m.
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)
10:20 a.m.
High Fidelity Directional Survey Calculations Can Improve Hydraulic Fracture Positioning In Unconventional Laterals
W. G. Lesso, T. Patton (Superior Quality Control)
11:05 a.m.
Oil Swelling Measurement Techniques:Conventional Methods and Novel Pressure-Based Method
S. Fakher1, Y. Elgahawy2, H. Abdelaal3 (1Missouri University of Science and Technology; 2University of Calgary; 3University of Lisbon)
11:30 a.m.
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X. Liang, T. Liang, F. Zhou, S. Yuan (China University of Petroleum at Beijing)
11:55 a.m.
Oil-Water Two-Phase Flow Behavior in Shale Inorganic Nanopores: From Molecule Level to Theoretical Mathematical Model
S. Zhan2,1, Y. Su1, Z. Jin2, W. Wang1, L. Li1, (1China University of Petroleum (East China); 2University of Alberta)
11:05 a.m.
Unraveling Contributing Fractures Based upon Flowing Material Balance and Induced Seismicity Analysis
P. M. Moradi, D. Angus (ESG Solutions)
11:30 a.m.
Evaluating the Impact of Precision Targeting on Production in the Midland Basin using Machine Learning Algorithms
T. Cross1, J. Reed2, K. Sathaye*1, K. Darnell1, K. Crifasi1, D. Niederhut1 (1Novi Labs; 2Enverus)
11:55 a.m.
Insights into Fracture Fluid Distribution 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)
9:05 a.m.
Controls on Stratigraphic Evolution and Distribution of Organic Carbon Content and Type in the Reservoir Shale of the Lower Permian Whitehill Formation of South Africa
K. Chukwuma1, H. Tsikos1, N. Wagner2 (1Rhodes University; 2University of Johannesburg)
9:30 a.m.
Carrier Bed (halo) Play in the Cretaceous Turonian Turner Sandstone, Crossbow Field Area, Powder River Basin
S. Sonnenberg (Colorado School of Mines)
9:05 a.m.
Assessment of Complex Fracture Networks Effect on Rate Transient Behavior Using Embedded Discrete Fracture Model
J. Qin1, S. Cheng2, W. Yu1, J. Leines1, K. Sepehrnoori1 (1The University of Texas at Austin; 2China University of Petroleum-Beijing)
9:30 a.m.
Deriving Time-Dependent Scaling Factors for Completions Parameters in the Williston Basin using a Multi-Target Machine Learning Model and Shapley Values
T. Cross, D. Niederhut, K. Sathaye, K. Darnell*, K. Crifasi (Novi Labs)
9:55 a.m.
Multi-Segment Hyperbolic Model Improves Production Forecasts in Permian Basin Volatile Oil Wells
B. C. Sherman, J. Lee (Texas A&M University)
10:20 a.m.
An Ensemble-Based History Matching Approach for Reliable Production Forecasting from Shale Reservoirs
U. Aslam1, R. M. Bordas*2 (1Emerson Automation Solution; 2Emerson Automation Solutions)
11:05 a.m.
Optimal Well Spacing in all Key Areas of the Permian Basin by Landing Zone
A. Ramos-Peon, A. Abramov (Rystad Energy)
11:30 a.m.
Benchmarking Operator Performance in the Williston Basin using a Predictive Machine Learning Model
T. Cross, K. Sathaye, K. Darnell, D. Niederhut, K. Crifasi (Novi Labs)
11:55 a.m.
The Perfect Unconventional Resource Portfolio
W. Fairhurst (Bureau of Economic Geology and Riverford Exploration, LLC)

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Afternoon Presentations

1:05 p.m.
Real-Time Hydraulic Fracture Optimization Based on the Integration of Fracture Diagnostics and Reservoir Geomechanics
J. Seaman5 (1Seismos Inc.; 2Mueller Energy Consulting; 3NexTier Completion Solutions; 4; 5Virtex Operating)
1:30 p.m.
Fortin De Piedra Block Case Study. Factory Mode Development in the Vaca Muerta Formation
P. Biscayart, F. Bardelli, M. Brolli, J. d'Hiriart*, D. Garcia Acebal, A. Giachino, S. Olmos, N. Requena, R. Varela, M. Hoffmann, D. Valencio (Tecpetrol)
2:20 p.m.
Stage-Level Data Integration to Evaluate Fracturing Behavior of Horizontal Wells at the Hydraulic Fracturing Test Site: An Insight into The Production Performance
S. Salahshoor, D. Maity, J. Ciezobka (Gas Technology Institute)
1:05 p.m.
Miscible Fluid Diagnostic Fracture Injection Test Design Enabling Permeability Estimation from Before-Closure Linear Flow
C. A. Ehlig-Economides1, M. Bychina1, G. Liu1, J. Wang*2 (1University of Houston; 2Stratum Reservoir)
1:30 p.m.
Analysis of Fracture Injection Tests using Signal Processing Approach
I. Eltaleb1, A. M. Rezaei1, F. Siddiqui1, M. Awad1, M. Mansi1, B. Dindoruk2, M. Soliman1 (1University of Houston; 2Shell International Exploration and Production, Inc & University of Houston)
1:55 p.m.
Field Trials of the New DFIT-Flowback Analysis (DFIT-FBA) for Accelerated Estimates of Closure and Reservoir Pressure and Reservoir Productivity
B. Zanganeh1, C. Clarkson1, A. Cote2, B. Richards2 (1University of Calgary; 2Origin Energy)
1:05 p.m.
The Influence of Development Target Depletion on Stress Evolution and Well Completion of Upside Target in the Permian Basin
Y. Pei1, W. Yu1,2, K. Sepehrnoori1, Y. Gong2,3, H. Xie2, K. Wu4, (1The University of Texas at Austin; 2Sim Tech LLC; 3Ohio State University; 4Texas A&M University)
1:30 p.m.
Sequencing Hydraulic Fractures to Optimize Production for Stacked Well Development in the Delaware Basin
A. Damani1, K. Kanneganti2, R. Malpani*2 (1SPE; 2Schlumberger)
1:55 p.m.
Investigation of Poor Child Well Performance in the Meramec Stack Play, Anadarko Basin
N. Li, K. Wu, J. Killough (Texas A&M University)
2:20 p.m.
Development of a Pore Pressure Workflow and Multi-Variate Depletion Flag for Horizontal Child Wells in the Eagle Ford Formation
R. Grande1, T. Levon*2, B. Warren3 (1Sundance Energy; 2Fracture ID; 3Crown Geochemistry, Inc.)
1:05 p.m.
Minimizing Fracture-Driven Interaction Risks in the Wolfcamp A — Delaware Basin
T. Krolczyk, B. Nealon (Enverus Drillingfo)
1:30 p.m.
Observed Gas-Oil Ratio Trends in Liquids Rich Shale Reservoirs
Y. U. Pradhan (Texas A&M University)
1:55 p.m.
A New Methodology to Determine Well Spacing in Unconventional Reservoirs — Delaware Basin Case Study
D. Alfred, A. Lundy (Scala Energy LLC)
2:20 p.m.
Proper Parenting with Newborns — A Frac Fluid Tracking Case Study
T. Pugh, R. Stocking, T. Greene (Deep Imaging)
1:05 p.m.
Estimation of In-Situ Wettability using Multi-Frequency Electromagnetic Measurements
Y. Jin1, S. Misra*1, D. Homan2 (1Texas A&M University; 2Schlumberger)
1:55 p.m.
On Factors Controlling Shale Resistivity Anomalies
A. V. Kazak1, B. N. Enikeev2, K. Simonov*3 (1Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology; 2Pangea Ltd.; 3Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech))
2:20 p.m.
Advanced Joint Interpretation of Image Logs and Conventional Well Logs in Organic-Rich Mudrock Formations for Improved Formation Evaluation: Application to the Permian Basin
A. Gonzalez, S. Dash, Z. Heidari (The University of Texas at Austin)
1:05 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; 2InvoQ Energy formerly with Alta Mesa Resources)
1:30 p.m.
Fracture Characterization and Flow Profiling with Distributed Temperature Sensing
H. Sun, W. Yu, K. Sepehrnoori (The University of Texas at Austin)
1:55 p.m.
Increasing Understanding of Cross-Well Communication in Unconventional Reservoirs from Multiple Downhole Diagnostics
N. Verkhovtseva, J. Wilson (Halliburton)
2:20 p.m.
Muon Tomography for Characterization and Monitoring of Unconventional Reservoirs
S. Pieczonka1, D. Schouten2, A. Braun1 (1Queen's University; 2Ideon Technologies Inc.)
1:05 p.m.
Novel Sulfide Scale Inhibitor Successfully Averts Challenging Sulfide Scale Deposition in Permian and Williston Unconventional Basins
C. Okocha, A. Thornton, J. Wylde (Clariant Corporation)
1:30 p.m.
Intervention Based Distributed Fiber Optics Allows for a Systematic Evaluation of Diverters, Limited Entry, and Hvfr Fluids in the Northwest Stack Play
A. Attia (Ziebel)
1:55 p.m.
Optimizing Fluid Compatibility in Produced Waters
T. A. Galindo (GeoKimika Oil & Gas)
2:20 p.m.
Workstring Tubing: The New Drill Pipe (and How to Protect It)
A. J. Wells (Arnco Technology)