About the Workshop
Great strides have been taken toward achieving economic shale and tight oil development in the new commodity price environment. Nevertheless, market forces, decline rates, and the desire to eventually develop less-prolific plays and non-core acreage ensure that we remain focused on delivering greater productivity and superior ultimate recovery at lower cost.
Whether you are evaluating undeveloped acreage, targeting a new bench within an established basin, optimizing full-field development, or contemplating infill drilling and EOR in a mature play, the SPE Shale Development Optimization workshop should be of interest to you.
An SPE workshop is a multi-day event that fosters knowledge sharing in an intensive learning experience. It provides brief technical presentations followed by extensive Q&A and discussion.
Staged in an intimate setting, an SPE workshop brings together E&P professionals with common roles and challenges to share ideas that advance both technology and best practices. They provide an environment for frank, open discussion. Press is not invited to attend.
The workshop’s program committee members solicit presentations from top industry professionals. This ensures a robust technical program with presentations that are laser-focused on best practices, lessons learned, and case studies.
What You Receive
- Released copies of the workshop presentations will be available to attendees following the conclusion of the workshop. Speakers do not write formal papers and are not expected to release their presentations for publication.
- Attendees at this workshop qualify for 2.0 SPE Continuing Education Units (CEU). One CEU equals 10 contact hours of participation. CEUs will be awarded through SPE Professional Development for participation and completion of SPE workshop. A permanent record of a participant's involvement and awarding of CEUs will be maintained by SPE.
Remaining consistent with workshop objectives and SPE guidelines, commercialism in presentations will not be permitted. Company logos are used only to indicate the affiliation of the presenter(s).