This workshop aims to address all types of stimulation practices used in the North Sea and continental Europe. To achieve a fruitful discussion, this workshop has been designed to address both the very specific technical challenges and the fundamental questions pertaining to stimulation in a sensitive land and offshore environment. Optimising stimulation treatments in these economically challenging times, in both a technical and environmental arena, requires special considerations. The participation of major and independent operating companies and service companies will allow a wide sharing of views, experiences, and opinions on how to proceed toward successfully meeting all well objectives.
KEY TOPICS INCLUDE
Stimulation in Tight-Gas Sands
Stimulation in Oil Fields
Fracturing at Extremes
Completion Optimisation for Stimulation
New Materials & Techniques
Dr. Hans de PaterHans de Pater is retired from the Faculty of Applied Earth Sciences of DUT, where he led the hydraulic fracturing consortium “Geometry of Hydraulic Fractures”. He founded a consulting company, Fenix Delft, where he works on waterflood fracturing and geomechanics of reservoir seismicity and subsidence. He holds a PhD from Delft University of Technology in Applied Physics (1978). He worked at Shell Research on Petrophysical Tool Evaluation and for GeoDelft on In-situ measurements and soil/rock cutting.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Petroleum, Production, Reservoir, and Completion Engineers
Production Technologists Stimulation Engineers and Managers
Asset Management Engineers and Managers
Research and Development Scientists
This workshop is highly focused on stimulation practices and will provide attendees an in-depth review in a short amount of time
The agenda includes research-based, field-tested industry topics so attendees receive current and relevant technical knowledge
By attending an SPE workshop, you can connect, communicate and collaborate with specialised E&P experts