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2018 Student Paper Contest Winners Announced at ATCE

The 2018 SPE International Student Paper Contests were held at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (ATCE) in Dallas in late September and the following papers are announced winners. These papers will be published in the ATCE conference proceedings and on OnePetro, a multisociety technical library.

Undergraduate Division

First Place

Reem Alsadoun, University of New South Wales

Integrated Reserve Estimation and Field Development Workflow for Unconventional Reservoirs Using Reservoir Simulation and Economic Analysis tools: A Case Study from a Shale Well in Saudi Arabia

Second Place

Jack Trueblood, The University of Texas at Austin

Plunger Lift & Horizontal Wells–Characterization and Best Practice

Third Place

Brennan Flores, Louisiana State University

RFID Zone Management and Barrier Control System


Master’s Division

First Place

Mohammed Kurdi, University of New South Wales

A New Computational Model to Predict Breakdown Pressures in Cased and Perforated Wells in Unconventional Reservoirs

Second Place

Jason Hu, Stanford University

Analyzing Hydrarulic Fractures Using Time-Lapse Electric

Third Place

Tian Liu, Texas A&M University

Seismic Onset Time Inversion Method for Infrequent Seismic Surveys


PhD Division

First Place

Vahideh Mirchi, University of Wyoming

Pore-scale Investigation of the Effect of Surfactant on Fluid Occupancies

Second Place

Renato Peixoto Coutinho, Louisiana State University

System Analysis of Liquid-Assisted Gas-Lift Unloading

Third Place

Sheng Luo, Texas A&M University

Confinement Affects Phase Behaviour of Petroleum Fluids in Shale Reservoirs

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