SPE Liquids-Rich Basins Conference - North America
7-8 November 2019, Odessa, Texas, USA
Number of conference papers: 27
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Session 5: Learnings from Integrated Modeling Efforts
The unconventional resources development was possible because of the advances in horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing. Over the last decade, we have seen a drastic improvement in integrated modeling techniques to answer questions such as optimum completion design, well spacing, and primary/infill scenarios. This session focuses on multi-domain integration that addresses some of those key challenges facing the oil and gas industry.
Analysis of Interference between Sequential Fractures in Multistage and Multipad Hydraulic Fracturing
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Production Data Analysis of Fractured Horizontal Well with Considering Complex Fracture Networks: A Case Study
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Session 6: Unconventional Well Water Production
Successful unconventional well production requires a fracture stimulation that involves large volumes of water. This session provides discussion of water transport during the frac stimulation and flow back and how they both have an effect on the productivity of the well.
Calibration of the Water Flowback in Unconventional Reservoirs with Complex Fractures using Embedded Discrete Fracture Model EDFM
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Session 7: Well Spacing, Recovery and EOR
This session will focus on the implications of well spacing for optimizing recovery in North American unconventional resources. This is realized through discussions applying multiple diagnostic techniques, lab testing, model, and production to understand the implications of well spacing recovery and dynamics of optimal well spacing for Huff and Puff EOR.
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