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Fracture Design: from lab to implementation through data science and diagnostics

Monday, 23 September
228 - 230
Technical Session
This session will present recent advances in stimulation design improvements and understanding in unconventional reservoirs to maximize performance and minimize interference. We will highlight technology advances in determining parameters critical to fracture performance and design and address the design decision process.
Session Chairpersons
Margaretha Rijken - Chevron Corporation
John Wang - Pennsylvania State University
Obianuju Igbokwe - Schlumberger Nigeria Ltd
  • 1400-1425 220972
    Time Dependent Conductivity Of In-basin Regional Fracturing Sands
    R. Duenckel, Stim-Lab; R. Barree, Halliburton; K. Sutter, B. Hlidek, Stim-Lab
  • 1425-1450 220700
    Cloud-enhanced Real-time Calculation Of Friction And Bottomhole Pressure In Hydraulic Fracturing
    P. Dharwadkar, M. Kamyab, R. Schick, Corva; R.G. Blakney, K. Metzgar, A.L. Ramjit, ConocoPhillips
  • 1450-1515 220705
    A Cost-effective Pump-down Falloff Pressure Test For Pore Pressure And Closure Pressure Evaluation
    E. Lolon, M. Mayerhofer, Liberty Energy; L. Griffin, M. Pearson, Liberty Resources LLC
  • 1545-1610 220878
    Stimulation Design Improvements For Optimized Well Performance In Shallow Coal Bed Methane Wells
    V. Pandey, ConocoPhillips Co; T. Flottmann, S. Ganpule, Origin Energy; S. Dewar, T. Renwick-Cooke, Origin Energy Ltd.
  • 1610-1635 221065
    Factors Controlling The Properties Of Hydraulic Fracture Networks In Naturally Fractured Formations
    Q. Liu, M. Sharma, The University of Texas At Austin
  • 1635-1700 220975
    3D Integrated Fracture-hit Mitigation And Fracture Complexity Enhancement Technology For Deep Shale: A Successful Story In The Southern Sichuan Basin
    J. Guo, J. Zeng, Southwest Petroleum University; B. Luo, The University of Texas at Austin; S. Ren, Chengdu LEPS Technology Co., Ltd.; Y. Wang, Sichuan Shale Gas Exploration and Development Co., Ltd
  • Alternate 221021
    Introducing A New Dissolvable Abrasive Perforating Material To Enhance Fracturing Efficiency
    M. Samuel, CarboUse Inc; W. Kharrat, TAQA; A. Hamdi, TAQA Well Solutions; M. Ali, Atomix Chemicals Company
  • Alternate 221006
    Investigating Hydraulic Fracture Growth After Shut-in
    Q. Zhang, A. Dahi Taleghani, The Pennsylvania State University

Prepare for an Unforgettable Opening Session!

Through an insightful discussion, we aim to provide a comprehensive understanding of the past, present, and future of innovation within the Oil & Gas industry, inspiring a new era of energy professionals committed to shaping a resilient and sustainable energy landscape.