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Tuesday, 1 April


Town Center South

01 Reservoir Engineering Production Analysis

Session Chairpersons:

John Lee, University of Houston; David Christopher Yaw, EnCana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc.

Production Data Analysis and Forecasting for Unconventional Reservoirs

Time Paper # Presentation
1300-1330 169018 icon:RDD A Study of Decline Curve Analysis in the Elm Coulee Field
S.C. Harris, Texas A&M University; J. Lee, University of Houston
1330-1400 168978 icon:RDD Probabilistic Forecasting of Horizontal Well Performance in Unconventional Reservoirs Using Publicly-Available Completion Data
G. Voneiff, Unconventional Resources; S. Sadeghi, Texas A&M university; P.A. Bastian, B.C. Wolters, J.E. Jochen, Unconventional Gas Resources; B. Chow, K. Chow, M. Gatens, UGR Blair Creek Ltd.
1400-1430 169004 icon:RDD Understanding Shale Performance: Performance Analysis Workflow With Analytical Models in Eagle Ford Shale Play
O. Samandarli, E. McDonald, G. Barzola, M.A. Murray, P.L. Richmond, Pioneer Natural Resources
1515-1545 169013 icon:RDD How Reliable is Production Data Analysis?
D.M. Anderson, J.M. Thompson, IHS
1545-1615 168974 icon:RDD Pressure Normalization of Production Rates Improves Forecasting Results
J.M. Lacayo, Texas A&M University; J. Lee, University of Houston
1615-1645 168964 icon:RDD A New Methodology to Predict Condensate Production in Tight/Shale Retrograde Gas Reservoirs
S. Yu, ConocoPhillips
Alternate 169011 icon:RDD Practical Compartmental Model for Shale-gas Production by Multiple-Fractured Horizontal Wells Considering Transport Influenced by Nano-pore Proximity
B. Milad, F. Civan, D. Devegowda, R.F. Sigal, University of Oklahoma
Alternate 168993 icon:RDD Analysis of Gas Production From Hydraulically Fractured Wells In The Haynesville Shale Using Scaling Methods
F. Male, A.W. Islam, T.W. Patzek, University of Texas; M. Marder, University of Texas at Austin
Tuesday, 1 April


Waterway 1-3

02 Evaluation and Assessment of Unconventional Reservoirs

Session Chairpersons:

Valerie Ann Jochen, Schlumberger; Jennifer Gujral, Shell

This Session Includes Case Studies and Evaluation of Production Operations Techniques and Assessment Methodologies

Time Paper # Presentation
1300-1330 169017 icon:RDD Oil Shale In-Situ Upgrading by Steam Flowing in Vertical Hydraulic Fractures
K. Lee, Texas A&M University; G.J. Moridis, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory; C.A. Ehlig-Economides, Texas A&M University
1330-1400 169015 icon:RDD Case Histories From Fayettville Shale: SRV Sizes, Fracture Networks, Spacing, Aperture Widths, and Implications for Proppant
I.D. Palmer, Higgs-Palmer Technologies; Z.A. Moschovidis, PCM Technical; A. Schaefer, Aetman Engineering; S.F. Mcketta, Southwestern Energy
1400-1430 169001 icon:RDD Impact of Surfactants for Wettability Alteration in Stimulation Fluids and the Potential for Surfactant EOR in Unconventional Liquid Reservoirs
J.O. Alvarez, A. Neog, A.I. Jais, D.S. Schechter, Texas A&M University
1515-1545 168972 icon:MI Strategic Delineation of a Tight Oil Play
L.A. Garibaldi, S. Mathukutty, Halliburton; S. Cullick, LINN Energy
1545-1615 168982 icon:RDD Immediate Gas Production from Shale Gas Wells: A Two-Phase Flowback Model
O.A. Adefidipe, H. Dehghanpour, University of Alberta; C.J. Virues, Nexen Energy
1615-1645 168994 icon:RDD Cross-Correlating Seismic Attributes With Cumulative Production From Horizontal Wells in the Middle Bakken Unconventional Reservoir
R. Humphrey, C. Su, Hess; I. Murray, J. Courtier, Hess Corporation
Alternate 168984 icon:RDD Imbibition Characteristics of the Barnett Shale Formation
S. Morsy, J.J. Sheng, Texas Tech University
Alternate 169024 icon:DC Zonal Isolation Technology Enables Production Without Post-Frac Intervention
R.M. Allen, L.B. Oberg, Baker Hughes