Technical Program

Tuesday, April 9, 8:30 - 11:00 am

01 Data Driven Solutions / Formation Evaluation

Room B

Session Chairpersons:  Jenny D. Cronlund BP Exploration

TimePaper #Presentation
0830 195238

An Accelerated Optimization Workflow With Uncertainty Reduction Through Coupled Data And Physics Hybrid Models

G. Liu, H. Stephenson, G. Murrell, R. Klenner, Baker Hughes, a GE Company; N. Iyer, B. Barr, General Electric Co.

0900 195226

What Tier Sand should you use for your well?  Practical use of Data Analytics to determine Proppant Type and Quality

L. Sedillos, Covia Corp; R. Roundtree, IHS Markit; E.S. Dean, J. Saxena, Colorado School of Mines

0930 195206

Application of Data Science and Machine Learning Algorithms for ROP Optimization in the Volve Oil Field, North Sea

C. Noshi, J.J. Schubert, Texas A&M University

10:30 195188

Radioactive Sourceless Reservoir Characterization in Absence of Core Using NMR Factor Analysis- Breakthrough in NMR Log Utilization

J. Vij, A. Nandi, S. Saumya, C. Majumdar, Schlumberger

11:00 195181

Automated Core CT Feature Characterization by Computer Vision and Image Analytics

R. Antle, N. Drenzek, Baker Hughes

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Tuesday, April 9, 8:30 - 11:30

02 Production Operations

Room C

Session Chairpersons:  Trey Lowe, Devon Energy

TimePaper #Presentation
0830 195180

Single Point High-Pressure Gas Lift Replaces ESP in Permian Basin Pilot Test

B. Pronk, SM Energy Company; W.G. Elmer, Encline Artificial Lift Technologies LLC; W. Nelle, Estis Compression; J.D. Hacksma, Hacksma O&G LLC; L.K. Harms, Harms Way

0900 195186

Improved Rod-Pump Run Time in Sandy Wells (Two Stages Filtration)

G. Gonzalez, Odessa Separator Inc.; J. Vannatta, Apache Corp.; A. Stieg, P. Logan, Apache Corp; L.A. Guanacas, Odessa Separator Inc

0930 195235

Evaluating Pressure Drawdown Strategy for Hydraulically Fracture Shale Gas Condensate Producers

A. Rodriguez, Repsol Oil & Gas Canada Inc; F. Maldonado, Repsol E&P T&T Ltd

1030 195198

Quantifying a New Horizontal Well Gas Anchor Performance

I.D. Karmon, E. Panacharoensawad, Texas Tech University

1100 195234

Self-Adjusting Anomaly Detection Model for Well Operation and Production in Real-time

J. Snyder, A. Molayari Sarayjogh, R.S. Kassim, S.L. Scott, eLynx Technologies LLC

Alternate 195208

Hypervolume-Based Multiobjective Optimization for Gas Lift Systems

L. Deng, Texas A&M University; F. Olalotiti-Lawal, E. Davani, Quantum Reservoir Impact

Alternate 195207

Methods and Apparatus for Artificial Lift of Water-in-Crude Oil Emulsions

S.A. Gomez, The University of Oklahoma; M.M. Fahes, University of Oklahoma

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Tuesday, April 9, 8:30 - 11:30

03 Development of Unconventional Reservoirs

Room D

Session Chairpersons:  Mark Van Domelen, Downhole Chemical Solutions / Ashley Mercer, Chesapeake Energy

TimePaper #Presentation
0830 195183

Investigating Optimized Well Placement in San Andres Tight Oil Dolomite Reservoir by Integrated Reservoir Modeling Approach

J. Yang, P. Karam, K.M. Cozyris, Baker Hughes, a GE Company

0900 195218

Haynesville Shale: Predicting Long-term Production And Residual Analysis To Identify Well Interference And Frac Hits

I. Gupta, C.S. Rai, D. Devegowda, C.H. Sondergeld, University of Oklahoma

0930 195193

Model For Asymmetric Hydraulic Fractures With Non-uniform Distribution

G. Liu, X. Hu, G. Luo, C.A. Ehlig-Economides, University of Houston

1030 195204

Dimensionless Section-Level “Cumulative Oil vs. Pumped Fluid” Normalization Plot in Unconventional Development

M. Shimada, S.D. Nash, Anadarko Petroleum Corp; N. Rosenhagen, Colorado School of Mines

1100 195220

A Kinetic Monte Carlo Study to Investigate the Effective Permeability and Conductivity of Microfractures in Unconventional Reservoirs

U.A. Inyang, J. Cortez, R.G. Dusterhoft, Halliburton; M. Apostolopoulou, A. Striolo, University College London

Alternate 195239

Field Development Using Compositional Reservoir Simulation and Uncertainty Analysis in the Delaware Basin

W. Hefner, R. Ghanbarnezhad Moghanloo, D. Davudov, University of Oklahoma

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Tuesday, April 9, 13:30 - 16:00


Moderator:  Brian Simmons - COO & VP of Operations, Le Norman Operating

Exhibit Hall 2


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Wednesday, April 10, 8:00 - 11:30

04 Completions I:  Fracturing Materials

Room B

Session Chairpersons:  Mary Susan Van Domelen, Van Domelen, LLC

TimePaper #Presentation
0830 195191

A Critical Review of High Viscosity Friction Reducers HVFR Fracturing Fluids Used for Hydraulic Fracturing Applications

M. Ba Geri, Missouri University of Science & Tech

0900 195199

Correlating the Performance of Friction Reducers with Produced Water Chemistry

S. HAZRA, DYNACHEM RESEARCH CENTER LLC; V. Madrid, DynaChem Research Center, LLC.; T. Luzan, Dynachem Research Center LLC; C. Copeland, M. Van Domelen, Downhole Chemical Solutions

0930 195227

Thermal Stability Effect of the Rheological Characterization of Friction Reducers on Proppant Transport

M. Ba Geri, Missouri University of Science & Tech; C. Yuan, Missouri University of Science and Technology

1030 195229

New FR Residual Analysis in Produced Water Provides Insights into Potential Formation Damage after Hydraulic Fracturing

L. Xu, K. He, P. Lord, Halliburton

1100 195192

Can Proppant Transport Be Negatively Affected By Too Much Viscosity?

T. Galindo, GeoKimika Oil & Gas

Alternate 195205

Application of Water Treatment Programs to Prevent Fouling and Corrosion During Drillout Operations: A Case Study

T. Galindo, D.A. Davis, GeoKimika Oil & Gas

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Wednesday, April 10, 08:30 - 11:30

05 Drilling I:  Drilling Operations

Room C

Session Chairpersons: Mark A. Parker, Halliburton Energy Services Group

TimePaper #Presentation
0830 195237

Combining State-of-the-art Hybrid Bits and Positive Displacement Motors Saves Cad 758,000 Over 19 Wells in Northern Alberta, Canada

D.L. Blakney, Baker Hughes, a GE Company; M. Hurlburt, Athabasca Corporation; D. Glass, J.L. Quintero, A.J. Belloso Damiano, R. Bradshaw, Baker Hughes, a GE Company

0900 195216

Do we need an Intelligent Makeup Solutions for modern Rotary Shouldered Connections?

C. Teodoriu, University of Oklahoma

0930 195189

Application of an Innovative Drilling Simulator Set Up to Test Inhibitive Mud Systems for Drilling High Clay Shales

S. Salehi, University of Oklahoma; N. Konate, Well Construction Technology Center

1030 195182

Design and Development of a Novel Fluid Loss Additive for Invert Emulsion Drilling Fluids from a Renewable Raw Material

S. Maghrabi, D. Smith, A.S. Engel, J. Henry, J.J. Fandel, Ingevity Corporation

1100 195195

Feasibility of using the Managed Pressure Drilling (MPD) Application during Laser Assist Drilling method

M. Bazargan, Royal Holloway University of London; S. Chamankhah, IAU Science & Research Tehran

Alternate 195213

How to Avoid Bottom Hole Assembly Twist Off Challenges in Underreaming While Drilling Operations Using 4D Finite Element Analysis Modelling

O. Zhandayev, Schlumberger Logelco Inc; G. Ungaliyev, Schlumberger Logelco Inc.; B. James, Schlumberger


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Wednesday, April 10, 8:30 - 11:30

06 Economics, Planning and Field Development

Room D

Session Chairpersons:  Johan Antonio Daal, Devon Energy Corporation

TimePaper #Presentation
0830 195241

Well Spacing and Landing Zone Optimization to Improve Development Strategy - A case study from the STACK

J. Yang, P. Karam, K.M. Cozyris, Baker Hughes, a GE Company; C. Jung, J. Jun, H. Lee, SK E&P Company

0900 195231

Uncertainty Analysis of Production Forecast in Permian Basin

A.O. Mabadeje, R. Ghanbarnezhad Moghanloo, University of Oklahoma

0930 195209

Monetizing Excessive Natural Gas Production Through Small-Scale Gas-to-Liquids Plants

P.M. Da Silva Sequeira, University of Oklahoma

1030 195233

Leveraging Improvements in Unitization to Reduce Mobilization Costs for Land Rigs

C. Carpenter, L. Richards, Montana Tech of The University of Montana

1100 195232

Adaptive Forecasting of Natural Gas Resources, Production, Infrastructure, and Prices

L. Virine, HSB Solomon Associates Canada

 Alternate 195202

Using Cloud Technology to Improve Well Planning Collaboration and Engineering Design

C.A. Akpenyi, Schlumberger Technology Corp.; Y. Zhaoguang, Schlumberger

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Wednesday, April 10, 13:30 - 15:00

07 Completions II:  Fracturing Operations

Room B

Session Chairpersons:  Kristian M Cozyris, Baker Hughes

TimePaper #Presentation
1330 195187

Using Machine Learning Method to Study Frac Hit Phenomenon

M. Yan, H. Rahnema, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology; B. Shabani, Oklahoma State University

1400 195219

Fast-Loop Quantitative Analysis of Proppant Distribution Among Perforation Clusters

D. Kortukov, Schlumberger Well Completion & Productivity Group

1430 195212

Identifying Well Treatment Candidates and Strategies for Enhancing Hydraulic Fractures System Complexity

B. Y. Jamaloei, NCS Multistage Inc.

1500 195221

Fracture Diagnostic using Distributed Temperature Measurements during Stimulation Fluid Flow-back

Y. Mao, M. Zeidouni, Louisiana State University

1530 195196

Integrated Approach to Evaluate Rock Brittleness and Fracability for Hydraulic Fracturing Optimization in Shale Gas

M.I. Mohamed, Colorado School of Mines; M. Salah, Khalda Petroleum; M.H. Ibrahim, Apache Corp.

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Wednesday, April 10, 13:30 - 15:30

08 Drilling II:  Well Construction

Room C

Session Chairpersons:  Matthew Mower, Red Bluff Resources

TimePaper #Presentation
1330 195197

Applications of Artificial Neural Networks in Petroleum Engineering- Part I: Prediction of Lost Circulation for Limestone Formations

H. Alkinani, S. Dunn-Norman, Missouri University of Science and Technology

1400 195230

Transient Multiphase Analysis of Well Trajectory Effects in Production of Horizontal Unconventional Wells

N. Tran, H. Karami, University of Oklahoma

1430 195225

Assessing Mechanical Integrity of Expanding Cement

S. Salehi, University of Oklahoma; H.R. Patel, Well Construction Technology Center

1500 195228

The need for Characterizing Cement Properties Using NMR: Lessons Learnt

F. K Saleh, University of Oklahoma; A.C. Ichim, Tenaris; C. Teodoriu, C.H. Sondergeld, University of Oklahoma

1530 195203

Numerical Study on Casing Integrity During Hydraulic Fracturing Shale Formation

X. Wu, University of Oklahoma

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Wednesday, April 10, 13:30 - 15:30

09 Enhanced Oil Recovery

Room D

Session Chairpersons:  Ravimadhav N Vaidya, Devon Energy Corporation

TimePaper #Presentation
1330 195194

Data-Driven Analysis of Natural Gas EOR in Unconventional Shale Oils

C. Temizel, Aera Energy LLC-EBS; K. Balaji, University of North Dakota

1400 195223

Mechanisms for Huff-n-Puff Cyclic Gas Injection into Unconventional Reservoirs

T. Hoffman, Montana Tech; J.M. Rutledge, QPlus Energy LLC

1430 195240

Modeling Inter-well Fracture Interference and Huff-N-Puff Pressure Containment in Eagle Ford using EDFM

M.X. Fiallos, W. Yu, R. Ganjdanesh, The University of Texas At Austin; E.C. Kerr, EP ENERGY; K. Sepehrnoori, The University of Texas At Austin

1500 195179

Rapid Flood Operations and Optimization: A Case Study From The Midland Basin

G. Liu, A. Bruns, G. Murrell, Baker Hughes, A GE Company

1530 195210

Could Co2 Sequestration Be A Solution To Seismic Activity In Oklahoma?

J. DaneshFar, University of Oklahoma

Alternate 195211

Extension of Oil Well Economic Life By Simultaneous Production of Oil and Electricity

K. Wang, X. Wu, University of Oklahoma

Alternate 195185

Field-scale Evaluation of the Potential CO2 Injection for Enhanced Oil Recovery in Shale Oil Reservoirs

W. Yu, J. Miao, SimTech LLC

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