The Unfulfilled Expectation of Horizontal Wells With Multistage Fracture Completions in Conventional Reservoirs: A Solution The Unfulfilled Expectation of Horizontal Wells With Multistage Fracture Completions in Conventional Reservoirs: A Solution Wednesday, 18 December 2019
  This lecture presents approaches for increasing production from horizontal wells with multistage fracture (HWMSF) completions in conventional reservoirs. HWMSF completions are now regularly being drilled and completed in low-to-mid-permeability oil-bearing conventional reservoirs (k<10 md) where the oilfield is under waterflooding. Although the industry has closed the HWMSF technology gap of drilling and completing these wells, the productivity has been below the expected level. The production is
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Approaches and tools for estimating the cost of wells at PJSC Gazprom Neft Approaches and tools for estimating the cost of wells at PJSC Gazprom Neft Monday, 25 November 2019
This lecture covers the application of the system engineering approach to the creation of the software "Drilling Value Engineering" to predict the cost of a well. The product development was carried out according to the V-model of the life cycle, in which the following stages were passed: requirements engineering, functional design, synthesis, implementation, verification and validation. At each stage of the life cycle, the necessary practices and tools were applied: identification and interviewing
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The “Fracts” of Life The “Fracts” of Life Tuesday, 08 October 2019
Abstract:  Hydraulic fracturing is the single most commonly applied completion and intervention approach across the globe, from high-permeability reservoirs at one end of the scale to hard to recover formations at the other.  Constantly, changing, adapting and challenging established thinking, it is one of the most successfully applied techniques that is used within the oil and gas industry.  While we are all taught and introduced to fracturing theory and fundamentals, there is no real replacement
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SPE Beyond the Borders SPE Beyond the Borders Wednesday, 02 October 2019
From September 19 to 21 2019 a European scientific and technical event of the asset of young engineers of the SPE Beyond the Borders sections from nine European countries: Romania, Italy, Israel, Germany, Poland, Ukraine, Portugal, Austria and Russia was held in Bucharest in order to promote professional and the personal development of young industry engineers, the expansion of communications, the exchange of experience and increased horizons. From the Moscow section, Veronika Korepanova, chairman
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