Highly Producible Zones in Heterogeneous Reservoirs: A Workshop

People disagree about what exactly constitutes a “sweet spot” but everyone agrees that there are highly producible zones in heterogeneous reservoirs. Being able to identify those highly producible zones, and then develop a way to drill them, complete them, and produce them cost-effectively makes all the difference.

But, how can you do that? There are new processes and procedures, and being able to successfully exploit a highly producible zone requires guidance from experts. AAPG is committed to providing that kind of guidance, and to create a setting that encourages interaction and practical knowledge sharing. The Sweet Spots and Reservoir Compartmentalization Geosciences Technology Workshop, August 6-7, in Houston, holds out the possibility of a fantastic ROI in your investment of time and energy. If you are able to hit the highly producible zones and successfully exploit them, you have a resource you can do a great deal with.

Here is a preliminary list of presentations (in alphabetical order by presenter last name):

Practical Implementation of Stratigraphic Compartmentalization in Turbidite Lobe Reservoirs
Antoine Bertoncello, Hess

Competing Approaches to Identifying and Evaluating Sweet Spots to Optimize Drilling, Completions, and Stimulation
Larry Chorn, Halliburton

Microseismic and Sweet Spots
Peter Duncan, MicroSeismic

Focusing Stimulation Efforts on Sweet Spots in Shale Reservoirs for Enhanced Productivity
Khaled H. Hashmy, Weatherford

Completion and Stimulation of Unconventional Reservoirs: What Makes the Difference in Well Productivity?
Randal F. LaFollette, Baker Hughes

Using Petroleum Systems Analysis to Evaluate Play Fairways in the Bakken Shale
Jay E. Leonard, Platte River Associates, Inc.

Finding Fluid Conduits or Barriers through Seismic Fault Extraction—A Revolution in Sweet Spot and Compartment Mapping
Ralf Oppermann, OPPtimal Exploration & Development Pty Ltd

Reliable Sweet Spot Identification from Seismic – Case Studies from Around the World
Ralf Oppermann, OPPtimal Exploration & Development Pty Ltd

Relative Permeability in La Luna Formation (Colombia) using Digital Rock Physics
Joel Walls, Ingrain

Seismic Attributes and Workflows for Sweet Spot Determination�
TBD, Paradigm

Helping to Understand Compartmentalization and Reservoir Segmentation Using Mass Spectrometer Mud Gas Analysis
Bruce Warren, Crown Geochemistry, Inc.

What are your experiences with “sweet spots”?

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