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“Best Practices” for New Well Fracs and Legacy Well Refracs

May 20 8:00 AM - May 21 5:00 PM CDT

$2,125.00
Home 9 Event 9 “Best Practices” for New Well Fracs and Legacy Well Refracs
Robert 'Bob' Barba
INSTRUCTOR:
Robert ‘Bob’ Barba
DISCIPLINE:
Engineering, Unconventional Reservoirs
COURSE LENGTH:
2 Days (May 20-21, 2024)
AVAILABILITY:
Public
 
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Engineers, managers, and geoscientists that want to learn how to select the best refrac candidates and design completions for refracs and new wells that produce the maximum volume of hydrocarbons for the minimum possible cost.

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Participants will understand why refracs work and how they can deliver superior economics to new well completions. With the processes discussed in the course the risks associated with refrac candidate selection, mechanical isolation, and refrac execution can be minimized to the lowest level possible.

PLEASE NOTE: PARTICIPANTS ARE REQUIRED TO BRING THEIR OWN LAPTOPS WITH MS EXCEL AND ADOBE READER INSTALLED.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

  • What should a new well or refrac produce with an optimized stimulation treatment?
  • What are the “best practices” to avoid stranding hydrocarbons in both types of wells?
  • Where have operators done refracs and what are their economics vs new wells?
  • How refracs can help avoid new infill well 40% EUR losses from asymmetric fracs.
COURSE CONTENT:
  • Top ten reasons to refrac a well
  • Where have refracs worked and are they economic?
  • Why refracs work in organic shales
  • Why refracs work in matrix permeability reservoirs
  • Refrac candidate selection in organic shales
  • Refrac candidate selection in matrix permeability reservoirs
  • Derisking wellbore mechanical integrity issues
  • “Best practices” for isolating existing perforations
  • “Best practices” to maximize recovery factors
  • “Best practices” to protect infill wells from asymmetric fracs
  • Booking behind pipe reserves with refracs
  • Case studies in organic shale and conventional reservoirs

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Start:
May 20 8:00 AM CDT
End:
May 21 5:00 PM CDT
Cost:
$2,125.00
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Venue

Houston, Texas Training Center
10700 Richmond Ave, Ste 325
Houston, TX 77042 United States
Phone
7137892444
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Organizer

SCA
Phone
713-789-2444
Email
training@scacompanies.com
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REGISTRATION POLICY

Registration should be made at least one month before the start of a course. It is recommended that participants register early due to limited seating. However, we will accept paid registrations up to the last business day before the class, provided there are seats available. Registrants will receive a confirmation email within 48 hours of registration and will receive complete venue information two weeks prior to the first day of class.

REMINDER: your seat in a course is NOT confirmed until payment is received.

 

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