SPE YP - October Lunch & Learn

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Liberty Oilfield Services, LLC.

950 17th Street

##24

Denver, CO 80202

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Applying Fluid Tracking to Understand Hydraulic Fracturing Performance and Pitfalls

Ellen Scott, Engineering Advisor at Deep Imaging

Abstract: Operators developing unconventional resources are constantly seeking to improve completions and increase their wells’ rates of return. This optimization process involves changing completion designs, well spacings, and flowback strategies. Diagnostics that evaluate the success of such changes are critical. One such diagnostic is Fluid Tracking through Controlled Source Electromagnetics (CSEM). CSEM is a proven, surface-based technology that has been applied to conventional resources in the past. Deep Imaging uses a CSEM application to image the movement and extent of fracturing fluid during the stimulation. This presentation describes the technique and presents case studies illustrating many applications for the technology.

Bio: Ellen Scott is an Engineering Advisor to Deep Imaging. She brings nearly a decade of experience in the oil and gas industry, with roles in business development, GeoEngineering, and Field Engineering at Fracture ID, SIGMA3, and Schlumberger. Her areas of expertise include completions, hydraulic fracturing, geomechanics, cementing, microseismic interpretation, and production enhancement field studies. She began her career in 2010 with Schlumberger in the Middle East. Ellen has a B.S.E. in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering from Princeton University and a M.S. in Global Energy Management from the University of Colorado Denver Business School


Lunch will be provided by Deep Imaging.


Join us as well for our monthly Happy Hour at Rhein Haus at 4:30 PM

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Liberty Oilfield Services, LLC.

950 17th Street

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Denver, CO 80202

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