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Fracture Conductivity and Proppant Production Mitigation

Monday, 3 October
362 D-F
Technical Session
Fracture conductivity and proppant production directly impact long term production and recovery of hydrocarbon reserves. This session highlights experimental studies and technologies related to fracture conductivity and proppant production mitigation.
Session Chairperson(s)
Francisco Fragachan, Engineering Director, Pressure Pumping and Drilling Fluids - Weatherford
Mohamed Elsebaee - Schlumberger
Pedro Artola - Schlumberger
  • 1400-1425 210359
    Experimental Investigation Of Proppant Production Mitigation In Liquid-rich Unconventional Wells
    X. Liu, J. Wang, A.K. Singh, M.C. Rijken, R. Reverol, C. Jones, Chevron Corporation; D. Milton-Tayler, S. Grant, FracTech Limited
  • 1425-1450 210472
    Maintaining Stimulation Efficiency With Significantly Fewer Stages: Perforation Strategy Combined With Multimodal Diverters And Novel Nonintrusive Monitoring Algorithm
    H. Al-obaid, Saudi Aramco SAOO; A. Khan, Schlumberger Saudi Arabia; J. Hansen, Saudi Aramco SAOO; A. Khudorozhkova, NTC Schlumberger
  • 1450-1515 210017
    Experimental Investigation Of Hydraulic Fracturing On The Montney Formation
    R. Safari, R.A. Albert, ConocoPhillips Co; D.P. Laycock, ConocoPhillips Canada Ltd
  • 1545-1610 210213
    Fracture Conductivity Created By Acids And Proppants In The Austin Chalk Formation
    A.D. Hill, D. Zhu, Texas A&M University; E.C. Kerr, Colorado School of Mines; R. Scofield, SM Energy Company; D. Jordan, SM Energy; E. Estrada, SM Energy Company; A.T. Brashear, T. Tajima, Texas A&M University
  • 1610-1635 210477
    Design And Implementation Of Field Tests In Unconventional Reservoirs: Practical Perspectives
    M.W. McClure, ResFrac Corporation; M.L. Albrecht, SM Energy; C.L. Cipolla, Hess Corp.; C. Molina, Ovintiv
  • 1635-1700 210196
    Experimental Study Of Proppant Transport Using 3D-printed Rough Fracture Surfaces
    G. Tatman, Texas A&M University; A. Bahri, Colorado School of mines; D. Zhu, A.D. Hill, Texas A&M University; J.L. Miskimins, Colorado School of Mines
  • Alternate 210383
    The Impact Of Regional Vs. White Sand On Long Term Multi-fractured Horizontal Wolfcamp Well Production
    R.F. Shelley, RF Shelley LLC

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