SPE Liquids-Rich Basins Conference - North America
7-8 November 2019, Odessa, Texas, USA
Number of conference papers: 27
7 November 2019
Session 2: Optimizing Hydraulic Fracturing
For the past few years, operators have had intense focus on investigating optimum stimulation design parameters for asset economics. Optimization efforts centered around the effects of the parent-child wells on the fracturing process in unconventional reservoirs, real-time decision-making, and cluster spacing are the key subjects to be discussed in this session.
197078-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019View rights & permissions
Session 10: Knowledge Sharing Posters II
Knowledge Sharing Posters allow one-on-one interactions with presenters and opportunities to study a particular concept at an appropriate level of detail. Poster topics are consistent with the other technical sessions.
Prediction of the Fracture Closure Pressure from the Instantaneous Shut-In Pressure ISIP for Unconventional Formations: Case Studies
197108-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019View rights & permissions
Descriptive Data Analytics to Investigate Stimulation and Completion Trends in the United States: How Proppant and Water Utilization have Changed over Time?
197084-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019View rights & permissions
A New Experimental Methodology to Investigate Water Adsorption Into Shale Under Stress Anisotropy Conditions
197106-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019View rights & permissions
197097-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019View rights & permissions