This workshop is intended to address all types of stimulation practices used in the North Sea, continental Europe, North Africa and the Middle East (EAME). To achieve a fruitful discussion, workshop sessions have 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.
Dr. Sanjay Vitthal, Shell
Dr. Sanjay Vitthal is currently serving as Shell’s Principal Technical Expert for Hydraulic Fracturing. He started his career in 1991 with Halliburton Technology Center. He joined Shell in 2005 and been involved with fracturing operations in Shell’s deepwater and shale divisions. He received a Bachelor’s in Chemical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi. He also received his Masters and PhD in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. He has published several papers in the area of fines migration, sand control, and hydraulic fracturing. Dr. Vitthal’s current interests are in the areas hydraulic fracture diagnostics, design, and performance.
KEY TOPICS INCLUDE
Did you miss the SPE Live Session on Stimulation Activities in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East?
You can still watch the 30-minute expert panel session on the potential of proppant over-displacement in horizontal well fracturing in conventional tight reservoirs, the biggest challenges for speeding up stimulation of offshore wells, and recent activity in stimulation in the region.
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