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Benchmarking Completions Strategies in the Montney and Duvernay – This presentation was featured at the Completions Technology session during GeoConvention 2018, and covers the integration of cross disciplinary geoLOGIC data sets and subsequent analysis of two major Canadian resource plays with two different software – SpotfireTM and ExcelTM. The evolution of completion strategies and their effect on normalized production was investigated. Joshua WY. Lee, Evaluations Engineer and Mark Kowaluk, Evaluations Engineer, geoLOGIC systems ltd.
Quantifying the Value of Digital Frac Data and Analysis Tools – This lighthearted presentation, featured at geoLOGIC’s Spring 2018 Data & Analytics Showcase, looks at how the typical engineer might best evaluate proppant usage in a given area, both with and without geoLOGIC data and tools. Melanie Popp, P.Eng., Director of Engineering, geoLOGIC systems ltd.
Use of Offset Well Interference Data in Well Planning and Fracture Optimization – The Well Completions & Frac Database (WCFD) has flagged over 1,200 wells with interference data reported across Western Canada. Use interference data, paired with the additional completion information to assist in well planning and fracture optimization. Melanie Popp, P.Eng., Director of Engineering, geoLOGIC systems ltd.
Ingredients for Well Success: A Completions Optimization Workflow – This technical presentation, featured at geoLOGIC’s Fall 2018 Technical Showcase, uses a Montney case study to showcase how combining the right ingredients (data) and innovative workflows can improve your success. Melanie Popp, P.Eng., Director of Engineering, geoLOGIC systems ltd.
Evaluating the Use of Nitrogen as an Energizer in the Montney at Kakwa – Energizing horizontal multi-stage fracs with nitrogen is a common completion technique. This case study evaluates the relative performance of nitrogen as an energizer while demonstrating a workflow that can be used elsewhere. Joshua WY. Lee, Evaluations Engineer, geoLOGIC systems ltd.