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SPE Mid-Continent Luncheon Meeting — Thursday, January 17, 2013 - NOTE: This meeting will be held at the Tulsa Country Club located at 701 North Union Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74127, www.tulsacountryclub.com.
11:20 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Tulsa Country Club
Speaker: Steve Faurot, Spectrum Tracer Services
Topic: “Frick N Frac—the Myths Surrounding Natural Fracturing”
Injecting gamma emitting tracer material during fracture treatments allows near wellbore analysis of prop placement and utilizing chemical tracers allows a qualitative view of frac load recovery and interwell communication. This presentation is a discussion of some general observations from both styles of tracing.
Steve Faurot, Spectrum Tracer Services
Steve Faurot started in 1980 with Halliburton with BS in Mechanical Engineering. He attained professional engineering status in 1987 and spent 32 years designing, implementing, and observing fracture stimulations with the last 18 years focused in the tracing industry and the diagnostics that tracing incorporates.
He joined Spectrum Tracer Services in 2010. Spectrum Tracer Services has grown to 30 employees in 4 states and has performed tracer studies in 10 states and over 1100 wells.
When & Where
SPE Mid-Continent Section
The Mid-Continent Section of SPE was founded on December 28, 1917. It predated, by two years, the establishment of the American Petroleum Institute (API). Today, the Mid-Continent Section has over 700 members located in Tulsa, Oklahoma USA and surrounding area. Our diverse membership comes from a mix of medium and small businesses including major oil & gas companies, independent producers, drilling contractors, well services, equipment suppliers, gas transmission, universities, government agencies, and consultants.
The Mid-Continent Section maintains a tradition as one of the most active of more than 140 SPE sections in the world. One of its more unique activities is an annual series of 9 monthly luncheons with guest speakers, started in 1965, and continued through the present for over 40 years.
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