Technical Program

Tuesday, March 28  8:30 – 11:30
001 Well Construction - Completions I
Room B
Session Chairpersons:
Branden Ruyle, Weatherford
David Tobola, PhD

0830

185107

Self-Removing Fracturing Plugs: A Study of Initial Adoption in the Williston Basin
M. Nichols, A. Eis, Halliburton

0900

185084

Applications of Viscosity Building Friction Reducers as Fracturing Fluids
M. Van Domelen, W. Cutrer, Downhole Chemical Solutions; S. Collins, Earthstone Energy; M.L. Ruegamer, Kingsfield Consulting LLC

0930

185091

A Case Study of Energy Storage Stimulation for Ultra-Low Permeability Oil Reservoir
W. Liu, China University of Petroleum(Beijing); K. Zhang, University of Calgary; T. Jiang, L. Yu, PetroChina Jilin Oilfield Company; Z. Bao, China University of Petroleum(Beijing); J. Lv, University of Calgary

1030

185110

Study and Application of Novel Low Damage Stimulation Technology in Sulige Tight Gas Field
Y. Duan, B. Guan, Y. Xu, Z. Yang, Y. Lu, Z. Tian, X. Yu, Research Institute of Petroleum Exploration & Development 

1100

185093

Optimization of Hydraulic Fracture Development and Well Performance Using Limited Entry Perforations
J. Huang, A. Datta-Gupta, Texas A&M University; J.R. Augustine, Consultant

Tuesday, March 28  8:30 - 11:30
002 Remediation
Room C
Session Chairpersons:
Mary Van Domelen, Continental Resources Inc.
Toby Deen, Devon Energy 

0830

185119

Horizontal Production Logging Service Quality Best Practices Utilizing Procedural Flow Chart Methods
D.C. Heddleston, Indepth Production Solutions

0900

185118

Experimental Study and Pilot Test of Combined Gel Treatment and Surfactant Imbibition Technology in a High Temperature, High Salinity Reservoir
H. Cai, W. Luo, D. Ma, X. Zhou, J. Fan, J. Li, J. Sun, Y. Zhang, State Key Laboratory of Enhanced Oil Recovery, Research Institute of Petroleum Exploration and Development

0930

185123

A Novel Cement System to Ensure Slurry Stability in Horizontal Well
A. Doan, A.C. Holley, L. Li, M.G. Kellum, Baker Hughes 

1030

185097

Chelating Agents in Productivity Enhancement: A Review
T. Almubarak,  J. Ng, H.A. Nasr-El-Din, Texas A&M University

1100

185092

Pit Management Strategies: Monitoring, Souring, and Freeze Controls
C. Maugans, N. Banda, Select Energy Services

Tuesday, March 28  8:30 - 11:30
003 Well Construction - Drilling
Room D
Session Chairpersons:
Glenn Mencer, Mencer Properties LLC
Mark Matalik, Devon Energy 

0830

185102

OCTG Advancements in Casing Drilling: Where We Have Been and Where Are We Going?
O. Grijalva, B.J. Holzmann, J. Oppelt, N.R. Perozo, C. Paz Carvajal, A. Asgharzadeh, Clausthal University of Technology

0900

185105

PTA Powder Hardbanding Provides Cost Savings and Extends Life of Drill Pipes in Permian Basin Formations
E.O. Omojuwa, J. Acquaye, JA Oilfield Manufacturing Inc.; J. Hart, Devon Energy; E. Okoye, HXR Drilling Services

0930

185113

Low-Solids-Shear Dependent Cement System Eliminates Loss Circulation in the Upper Spraberry Formation in the Permian Basin: A Case History
M.A. Duffy, O.A. Hernandez, G. Rojo, Halliburton

1030

185114

Barite Nanoparticles Reduce the Cement Fluid Loss
A. Atashnezhad, T. Coryell, G. Hareland, Oklahoma State University

1100

185106

Geopolymer Cements: How Can you Plug and Abandon a Well with New Class of Cheap Efficient Sealing Materials?
S. Salehi, C. Ezeakacha, University of Oklahoma; M. Khattak, University of Louisiana

Wednesday, March 29  8:30 - 11:30
005 Formation Evaluation
Room B
Session Chairperson:
Steve Tipton, ALL Consulting

0830

Invited Presenter

Application and Use of Near-Wellbore Mechanical Rock Property Information to Model Stimulation and Completion Operations
E. Marshall, Fracture ID; J. Keilbarth, Bravo Natural Resources; E. Romberg, J. Lakings, J. Ulla, Fracture ID

0900

185089

Development of a Cement Repository to Improve the Understanding of Well Integrity Behavior with Time
A.C. Ichim, C. Teodoriu, University of Oklahoma MPGE

0930

185103

Lateral Wellbore Rock Characterization and Hydraulic Fracture Optimization Utilizing Drilling Cuttings and Mud Log in Cleveland Sand: A Case Study
S.M. Stolyarov, D. Gadzhimirzaev, S.D. Sadykhov, Baker Hughes; B.P. Ackley, C. Lipp, Peregrine Petroleum

1030

185112

In-Situ Poisson's Ratio Determination Under Different Deformational Conditions
S. Baldino, S. Rafieepour, S.Z. Miska, University of Tulsa

1100

185115

Evaluating Multiple Methods to Determine Porosity From Drilling Data
A.E. Cedola, A. Atashnezhad, G. Hareland, Oklahoma State University

Wednesday, March 29  8:30 - 11:30
006 Resource Development I
Room C
Session Chairpersons:
Tyler Conner, Devon Energy
DJ Snyder, Packers Plus

0830

185085

Studies on New Chemical Tracers for Determination of Remaining Oil Saturation in the Inter-Well Region
M. Silva, National IOR Centre of Norway, University of Stavanger, IFE - Institute for Energy Technology; H. Stray, T. Bjornstad, IFE - Institute For Energy Technology

0900

185095

Capillary Pressure, Fluid Distribution, and Oil Recovery in Preserved Middle Bakken Cores
S. Karimi, H. Kazemi, Colorado School of Mines; G.A. Simpson, Hess Corp.

0930

185086

Numerical Simulation Study of CO2-EOR and Storage Potential in the Morrow Formation, Ochiltree County, Texas
W. Ampomah, R.S. Balch, M. Cather, D. Rose-Coss, E. Gragg, Petroleum Recovery Research Center

1030

185116

Quantification of the Microstructure Heterogeneities of Bakken Shale Reservoirs From Multi-Fractal Analysis
L. Kouqi, M.O. Ostadhassan, University of North Dakota

1100

185088

A Rock-on-a-Chip Approach to Study Fluid Invasion and Flowback in Liquids-RichShale Formations
K. He, L. Xu, Halliburton; S. Kenzhekhanov, X. Yin, K. Neeves, Colorado School of Mines

Wednesday, March 29  8:30 - 11:30
007 Well Construction - Completions II
Room D
Session Chairpersons:
Trey Lowe, Devon Energy
Angie Fenton, SPE OKC Chairman

0830

Invited 
Presenter

New Age Fracture Mapping Diagnostic Tools - A STACK Case Study 
K. Haustveit, Devon Energy; 

0900

185120

A Practical Guide to Modern Diversion Technology
M.S. Van Domelen, Continental Resources Inc.

0930

185094

Applying Enhanced Cyclic Diversion Process in Granite Wash Open Annulus Horizontal Completion
L.J. Sullivan, Texakoma Exploration & Production; B. Grieser, Halliburton

1030

185087

Using Water Hammer Characteristics as a Fracture Treatment Diagnostic
J.G. Iriarte, J.K. Merritt, Well Data Labs; B.R. Kreyche, PDC Energy

1100

185121

Application of Microproppant in the SCOOP Woodford to Improve Well Production
J. Calvin, B. Grieser, T.J. Bachman, Halliburton

Wednesday, March 29  1:30 – 3:30

008 Resource Development II
Room B
Session Chairpersons:
Mark Van Domelen, Downhole Chemical Solutions
Trevor Ingle, Devon Energy

1330

185104

Optimizing Shale Development: Another Approach via Multilateral Wellbores
D.G. Durst, Halliburton

1400

180379-MS

Increased Reservoir Contact in Cemented Multistage Completions in the Williston Basin, Using Engineered Diversion Workflow
Janz Rondon, Natalia Heaton, Gordon Lutken, Schlumberger; Jeff Parker, Sunny Kothare, Hank Porter, Marathon Oil; Stephanie Lowe, Schlumberger

1430

181457

A Spirit of Change Sweeps the Denver-Julesberg Basin: Lowering $/BOE Using A Novel Completion Strategy
L. Weijers, Liberty Oilfield Services

1500

2461175    

Effects of Toe-Up vs. Toe-Down Wellbore Trajectories on Production
Performance in the Cana Woodford

S. Browning, Devon Energy

Wednesday, March 29  1:30 – 3:30
009 Well Production and Economics
Room C
Session Chairpersons:
Johnathan Wearly, Chaparral Energy LLC
Johan Daal, Devon Energy

1330

185109

Using Type Wells to Economically Schedule DUC Well Completions
T.J. Dash, D.W. Scott, C.K. Kwok, Schlumberger

1400

185127

Interrelating Production Analysis With Pore Scale Structure in the Bakken Reservoir
M.A. Grella, J. Callard, University of Oklahoma

1430

185125

Innovating in the Oil and Gas Industry: A Framework for Aligning Innovation Strategy and Tactics
J. Redden, C. Strickland, RTI International

1500

185098

Gas Lift Production Benchmarking Using IPR Risked Inflow Modeling: Case Study
A.S. Bagci, Baker Hughes RDS

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