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SPE Eastern Regional Meeting
"Energy's Call to the Post"

3 – 5 October 2012

Lexington, Kentucky | Clarion Hotel

Registration

Thursday, 4 October, 0800 to 1130

Completions/Stimulation

Session Chairperson: Zachary Arnold, Chesapeake Energy

0800

161028

Effectiveness of Self-Healing Cement Additives Based on Test Methodology Using Simulated Cement Sheath Cracks • R. Browning, M.A. Duffy, D. Gaugler, P. Jones, Halliburton

0830

161344

New Proppant for Hydraulic Fracturing Improves Well Performance and Decreases Environmental Impact of Hydraulic Fracturing Operations • M.A. Parker, K. Ramurthy, Halliburton; P.W. Sanchez, Energen Resources

0900

161355

Proppant Selection for Hydraulic Fracture Production Optimization in Shale Plays • M. Yang, Cadre Proppants; M.J. Economides, University of Houston

1000

161223

Flow Isolation Tube for Milling and Sand Jet Perforating • T. Dotson, J. Farr, T D Tools; B. Tucker, Cielo Energy Consultants

1030

161347

The Impact of Multistage Fracturing on the Production Performance of the Horizontal Wells in Shale Formations • K.L. Ayers, K. Aminian, S. Ameri, West Virginia University

1100

161335

Permeability and Completion Efficiency Determination From Production Data In the Haynesville, Eagle Ford and Avalon Shales • E.S. Rodrigues, J.G. Callard, University of Oklahoma

Alternates

 

161354

Impact of Hydraulic Fracture and Subsequent Increased Production Due to In‑Situ Stress Changes in the Marcellus Shale • A.C. Wade, H. Bilgesu, West Virginia University

0800 to 1130

Reservoir Engineering I

Session Chairperson: Holly Evans

0800

161343

Using Multiple Linear Regression To Model EURs of Horizontal Marcellus Shale Wells • C.F. Cunningham, L. Cooley, G. Wozniak, EQT Resources; L. Cooley, J. Pancake, EQT Production

0830

161092

A New Approach to Reserves Estimation in Shale Gas Reservoirs Using Multiple Decline Curve Analysis Models • S. Mishra, Battelle

0900

161348

Analysis of Production Performance of Hydraulically Fractured Horizontal Wells • F. Belyadi, A. Mashayekhi, K. Aminian, S. Ameri, West Virginia University

1000

161016

Analysis of Production Decline Characteristics of a Multistage Hydraulically Fractured Horizontal Well in a Naturally Fractured Reservoir • S.P. Ketineni, T. Ertekin, Pennsylvania State University

1030

161300

Probabilistic Decline Curve Analysis Reliably Quantifies Uncertainty in Shale Gas Reserves Regardless of Stage of Depletion • R.A. Gonzalez, X. Gong, D.A. McVay, Texas A&M University

1100

161331

An Investigation of Ancient Geological Events and Localized Fracturing on Current Bakken Trends • S.J. Borglum, B.J. Todd, Montana Tech

1400 to 1730

Horizontal Drilling

Session Chairperson: Mark Moody, Battelle

1400

161096

Improved Time‑Based Processing of Broadband Borehole Acoustic Data Using Delay Filters • B. Donderici, P. Tracadas, Halliburton

1430

161085

Methodology for Analytic Estimation of Fast Shear Polarization Direction in HTI Formations • M. Collins, Halliburton

1500

161330

Thrust Bearing Inefficiencies Due to Directional Drilling Misalignments • R. Ide, Ceradyne

1600

161352

New Slurry Design Concepts Using Multifunctional Additives To Improve Quality and Sustainability of Cementing Systems for Zonal Isolation • A. Brandl, G.G. Narvaez, W.S. Bray, Baker Hughes

1630

160966

Using Magneto‑Rheological Fluids to Improve Mud Displacement Efficiency • M.A. Ermila, A.W. Eustes, M. Mokhtari, Colorado School of Mines

1700

161329

Short Bit‑to‑Bend Motors and Horizontal Drilling • J. Greer, R. Ide, Ceradyne

Alternates

 

161301

Computational Modeling of Drilling Fluids Dynamics in Casing Drilling • M. Mokhtari, M.A. Ermila, A.N. Tutuncu, Colorado School of Mines; M. Karimi, Tesco

1400 to 1730

Reservoir Engineering II

Session Chairperson: Arden Renze, Noble Energy

1400

161097

Predicting Pyrite and Total Organic Carbon From Well Logs for Enhancing Shale Reservoir Interpretation • J.M. Witkowsky,  J. Galford, J. Quirein, J. Truax, Halliburton

1430

 

No Paper

1500

161350

A New Simulation‑Based Process To Predict the Impact of Hydraulic Fracture Parameters on EUR: A Tight Gas Field Example • J. Yetkin, T. Firincioglu, Nitec; A.M. Haney, EnCana Oil and Gas

1600

161303

Method of Using KUTT Radiometric Data To Prospect for Oil and Gas • M.E. Mulkern, OnDepth Energy Partnership

1630

161357

Integration of Shale Gas Production Data and Microseismic for Fracture and Reservoir Properties Using Fast Marching Method • J. Xie,  C. Yang, N. Gupta, M.J. King, A. Datta‑gupta, Texas A&M University

1700

161184

Modeling and History Matching of Hydrocarbon Production from Marcellus Shale Using Data Mining and Pattern Recognition Technologies • S. Esmaili, A. Kalantari-Dahaghi, West Virginia University; S.D. Mohaghegh, Intelligent Solutions and West Virginia University