The Duvernay shale, an emerging oil and liquid-rich gas formation with 417 MMboe initial reserves (AER, Dec 2016), is the source rock for historical conventional hydrocarbon in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin.
The amount of wells drilled and hydraulically fractured has increased exponentially from 4 in 2010 to 315 by mid-2016 with the longest completed length increased from 1200m to over 3000m.
Despite the low commodity price environment, activity in the condensate rich area has not slowed down due to the operators’ capability in drilling and completing these wells cheaper and faster.
This workshop is designed to engage and educate through lively panel discussions and case study presentations outlining peers’ successes and failures, evolving operational efficiencies, and emerging concerns .
The one-day workshop is an intensive learning experience that fosters knowledge sharing. It provides brief technical presentations followed by extensive Q&A discussion.
E&P professionals with common roles and challenges are brought together to share ideas that advance technology ad best practices.
Presentations from top industry professionals make up a robust technical program with presentations that are laser-focused on best practices, lessons learned, and case studies.