Why Should You Attend In 2019

More Opportunities to Collaborate Ideas & Get Results on Production Practices


This event gives you a chance to meet senior decision makers and high quality delegates from the region's most active operators including: SVP's, VPs, Presidents, Directors, Seniors, Managers, Superintendents, Engineers, Specialists, Advisors, Heads Of.....

  • Production
  • Operations
  • Artificial Lift
  • Well Optimization
  • Automation
  • Completions

E&Ps Represented At The SCOOP/STACK Water Management Event In December 2018

Marathon Oil Company, Continental Resources, Gulfport Energy, Apache Corporation, Eureka Resources, Chaparral Energy, SK E&P, Alta Mesa, Le Norman Operating, Gastar Exploration, Cheyenne Petroleum, EQT, EOG Resources, Inc., SK E&P Operations America, Iofina Resources and more. Expect a higher quality turnout in April 2019


Full Two Day Agenda: Tuesday April 30 & Wednesday May 1, 2019

DAY 1 AGENDA: TUESDAY, 30 APRIL 2019

Practical Application Based Case Studies Focusing On...
Artificial Lift Technologies, Flowback & Choke Management Strategies And
Techniques For Mitigating & Controlling Sand, Solids, Gas Interference & Frac Hits

8:50 Chair's Opening Remarks

COST REDUCTION STRATEGIES FOR OKLAHOMA'S SHALE PLAYS

9:00 Benchmarking Production Techniques And Flowback Strategies That Are Maximizing Production Recovery And Lowering The Cost-Per-Barrel

'What's Worked, What Results Have Been Achieved & What Lessons Have Been Learned'

  • Understand how production strategies and technological decisions are being made with cost efficiency as the main driver
  • Learn how to select the right artificial lift to deliver maximum return on tier 1, tier 2 and tier 3 assets
  • Determine how operators are producing wells with the most efficient flowback and choke management methods that deliver on both cost and performance
  • Learn how to implement an efficient water management program to handle water from source to disposal at the lowest cost
  • Understand the economic impact of US and regional O&G prices on production output

David Fruit, Vice President Exploration, Antioch Energy

9:30 Question & Answer Session

KEEP SCOOP/STACK WELLS PRODUCING & FLOWING OVER THE LONG-TERM

9:40 Examining Strategies And New Production Technologies That Can Be Utilized Over The Long-Term To Add Horsepower To The Assets And Maximize ROI

How are operators going to move the oil and gas from the toe to the heel over the long-term and ensure that the wells stay producing to avoid the risk of writing reserves down?
This closing panel is designed to deliver comprehensive production strategies and decline curves to ensure optimized production, from toe to heel, in the long-term

  • Assess cost drivers and production structures to understand where money can be saved and how operations can be optimized
  • Discuss ways to increase recovery efficiently to gain more for your dollar, wherever you hold acreage in the SCOOP or STACK formations
  • Analyze the steps to improve total life cycle operability while minimizing capital and total life cycle cost
  • Learn how to increase meantime between failures and minimize equipment downtime
  • Learn how to quantify how many wells you have, how many you can drill in the future and how much reserves you have left
  • Sharing decline curve analysis for SCOOP/STACK wells to forecast future production in the SCOOP/STACK acreage.

Ray Payne, Vice President US Operations, BNK Petroleum

David Fruit, Vice President Exploration, Antioch Energy

Larry Phillips, Senior Vice President Reservoir Engineering, Eagle Energy Exploration

Sonia Thomas, STACK Resource Development Manager, Continental Resources

Chris Lutrell, Environmental Coordinator, Oklahoma Corporation Commission

Kyle Murray, Hydrogeologist, Oklahoma Geological Society

10:10 Question & Answer Session

LIFE-OF-WELL APPROACH TO ARTIFICIAL LIFT FOR THE SCOOP/STACK
ASSESSING LIFTING APPROACHES, SELECTION TECHNIQUES & PUMP EFFICIENCY FOR GAS LIFTS, ESP, ROD PUMPS & PLUNGER LIFTS

ARTIFICIAL LIFT SELECTION STRATEGIES

10:20 Understand How To Select Artificial Lifts Relative To The Economics Of The Well And Decline Rates To Maximize Capital And Production Efficiency

Picking the right artificial lift at every stage of the well's lifecycle can save operators millions of dollars. Choosing the wrong one can be costly in more ways than one. This discussion examines a multitude of factors and answers a range of question that operators are asking when making this critical decision.

  • Cost & Lifespan: Assess the economics and lifespan of each individual form of artificial lift
  • Timing: Assess how long after a well is completed do you need to deploy artificial lift equipment
  • Performance: Examining the performance of different technologies and assess which is beneficial for operations in Oklahoma's shale formations
  • Understand what regions of the SCOOP and STACK are using one artificial lift form or another artificial lift form
  • Switchover Decisions: Learn which system to switch to when gas lifts stop working and how early you can come off ESPs to rod pumps

10:50 Question & Answer Session

11:00 Morning Refreshments in the Exhibition Showcase Area

ARTIFICIAL LIFT APPLICATION CASE STUDIES

11:30 Case Studies Showcasing The End Application Of Different Forms Of Artificial Lift Systems To Optimize Production Efficiency And Lower The Cost Per Barrel

Successes, Failures & Lessons Learned For Gas Lifts, ESPs, Rod Pumps & Plunger Lifts

  • Lift Protocol: Understand how long operators are flowing wells before they deploy artificial lift equipment
  • Rates & Run Life: Find out what type of production/flowback rates operators are getting and what equipment run/life looks like
  • Mechanical Issues: Understand how the operators are managing integrity & reliability of artificial lift systems and deal with failures
  • Switchover : Understand what factors drive operators to move to the next form of artificial lift
  • Gas Lift Application: Examine valve designs, compressor selection & runtime optimization strategies to maximize recovery in gas lifted wells
  • ESP Application: Establish the optimal ESP designs and techniques to maximize production and minimize failure
  • Rod Pump & Plunger Lift Application: Assess optimal rod pump & plunger lift techniques to minimize failure and understand challenges relating to these systems

Gas Lift & ESP Case Study: Victor Jordan, Production Manager,Casillas Petroleum Corporation

Rod Pump & Plunger Lift Case Study:

12:15 Question & Answer Session

GAS-LIFT VALVE PRESSURE STRATEGIES

12:25 Understand An Improved Method To Calculate Gas-Lift Valve Set-Pressure

Renato Coutinho, Award-winning Researcher, Louisiana State University

12:55 Question & Answer Session

1:05 Networking Lunch in the Exhibition Area

FLOWBACK & CHOKE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES
ASSESS STRATEGIES TO FLOW YOUR WELLS BACK FASTER & KEEP PRODUCING LONGER

FLOWBACK STRATEGY

2:05 Leverage New Strategies And Equipment To Safely & Quickly Flow The Well Back: Produce Hydrocarbons, Get Frac Load Back & Clean Your Wellbore Faster

  • Initial Flowback Rate: Find out what water rate operators are flowing their wells back at initially
  • Establishing Flowback Rates: Learn how operators are establishing the flowback rates - are they using transient rate analysis to look for damage or are they flowing back at high enough rates to make sure they get their sand back and calling it good?
  • Flowback Equipment: Learn what type of rental flowback equipment operators are using

2:35 Question & Answer Session

OPTIMAL CHOKE MANAGEMENT STRATEGY

2:45 Learn How To Develop A Cost-Optimized Choke Management Strategy That Works Quickly To Keep Wells Flowing At Peak Rates

This session will deliver practical approaches to developing a choke management strategy that can be applied quickly to your operations, and answers key questions including...

  • How many notches per day do operators start at? What is the average and what are people finding as best to start at?
  • How long does it take before they get their choke wide open?
  • What pace are they opening chokes? Are they using two-inch, are they using one-inch or are they largely flowing these wells back?
  • What flags are they using to stop? Is it flow rate, is it sand production, is it changes in differential between tubing and casing or is it annular/tubing flow?
  • What happens when artificial lifts are introduced and are chokes no longer required?

3:15 Question & Answer Session

MANAGING FLOWBACK ISSUES TO PREVENT PRODUCTION LOSSES
ASSESS OPTIMAL METHODS TO HANDLE, MITIGATE AND CONTROL
SAND PRODUCTION, PRODUCED SOLIDS & GAS INTERFERENCE

SAND CONTROL DURING FLOWBACK

3:25 Assess Methodologies & Equipment To Cost-Effectively Manage High Levels Of Sand Production During Flowback

  • Hear case studies on the application of new sand control products - understand how well they work both from an efficiency and cost optimization point of view
  • Find out what type of sand separators operators are using to optimize sand control
  • Establishing the optimal lift method for getting sand out

Jarrod Lock, Production Engineer, SK E&P Operations America

3:55 Question & Answer Session

4.05 Afternoon Refreshments in the Exhibition Showcase Area

SOLIDS CONTROL & GAS INTERFERENCE

4:35 Assess Solutions To Mitigate Gas Interference And Separate Produced Solids To Prevent Loss In Production And Shortened Equipment Run Life

  • Understand what different operators are doing to separate solids on the surface: Are they just letting their surface equipment eat it or are they setting sand separators?
  • Assessing how produced solids affects the run life of the equipment and what can be done to mitigate it
  • Establishing the right add-on equipment to part out the gas and catch all the solids, including screen systems and gas handlers

This session will give service/technology providers with solid control and gas interference solutions to be at the forefront of this challenging topic. Email the ABC team at sponsorship@american-business-conferences.com for sponsorship enquiries

5:05 Question & Answer Session

CONDITIONING THE FLOW

5:15 Assessing Techniques To Treat And Condition The Flow As Best As Possible To Avoid Having Slugs At The Pump

  • Understand how to use gas separators to deal with slug flow from the horizontal
  • Find out ways to use the well to separate gas and protect the pump from slugging
  • Demonstrating ways to treat the flow as smooth as possible to avoid premature pump failure
  • Learn how to effectively put a tail pipe on a specific design with internal coatings

5:45 Question & Answer Session

5:55 Chair's Closing Remarks

6:00 - 7:00 Networking Drinks In The Exhibition Area

7:00 - 9:00 Exclusive 5* Speakers Dinner

DAY 2: AGENDA: WEDNESDAY, MAY 01, 2019

Comprehensive Production Optimization Discussions Focusing On...
Automation & Remote Operations, Production Chemical Regimes,
Produced Water Management Strategies & Drilling/Completions Decisions

8:50 Chair's Opening Remarks

HOLISTIC PRODUCTION OPTIMIZATION
UNDERSTAND HOW PRODUCTION, DRILLING & COMPLETIONS ARE WORKING TOGETHER TO DELIVER THE MOST OPTIMIZED HORIZONTAL WELL

COMPREHENSIVE OPTIMIZATION

9:00 Demonstrating How Production, Drilling And Completions Techniques Are Being Collaboratively Developed To Drive Returns And Maximize Production

  • Understand how drilling decisions are being made with completions and production in mind
  • Sharing data correlating lateral lengths and reserve recovery to establish the point at which cost and performance are optimized
  • Find out how operators are completing wells with the most efficient and optimized frac programs that delivers the best production for the cost
  • Assess the economics and recovery rates for wells that are spaced differently and the resultant impact on production performance
  • Sharing actual production results to demonstrate the value of having a comprehensive, holistic optimization strategy: What works, what did not work and what lessons were learned

Ray Payne, Vice President US Operations, BNK Petroleum

9:30 Question & Answer Session

COMPLETIONS PROCEDURES & TECHNIQUES
ESTABLISHING COST-EFFICIENT FRAC PROGRAMS FOR OKLAHOMA'S SHALE THAT DELIVER OPTIMAL PRODUCTION AT THE LOWEST COST

COST-EFFICIENT FRAC PROGRAM

9:40 Learn How Complete SCOOP/STACK Horizontal Wells Are Designed With Efficient Frac Programs That Delivers The Optimal Production For The Lowest Cost

  • Proppant Size: Find out what size(s) of proppant is being used in the SCOOP/STACK and how that affects the BHA
  • In-Basin Sand Use: How the operators are looking at in-basin sand use in return to how it's affecting their IPs or EURs
  • Optimal Number of Frac Stages: Find out the right number of frac stages to optimize the production while keeping costs low
  • Optimize Well Spacing: Determine how to optimize well spacing decisions per section
  • Recompletion/Workover Opportunities: Assess what kind of remedial work is required for SCOOP/STACK wells

Larry Phillips, Senior Vice President Reservoir Engineering, Eagle Energy Exploration

10:10 Question & Answer Session

10:20 Morning Refreshments in the Exhibition Showcase Area

COST-EFFECTIVELY HANDLING FRAC HITS
LEARN HOW TO MITIGATE FRAC HITS & PROTECT YOUR EQUIPMENT

MITIGATE FRAC HITS

10:50 Learn How To Effectively Pressure Up Offset Wells With CO2 Or Natural Gas To Mitigate/Handle Frac Hits

  • Assess techniques to re-pressurise and re-energize the formation in the parent well before fraccing the new child well
  • Examine techniques for pumping natural gas or fluid downhole in you're the parent well before you frac the offset

11:20 Question & Answer Session

MAKING DRILLING DECISIONS WITH PRODUCTION IN MIND
EXAMINING BEST PRACTICES AND DELIVERING CLARITY ON...
BHA DESIGN, LATERAL LENGTHS, LANDING ZONE, LONG-TERM DRILLING SCHEDULES

DRILLING DECISIONS TO OPTIMIZE PRODUCTION

11:30 Assess Best Practices For Designing & Drilling Horizontal Wells With Completion Efficiency And Production Optimization In Mind

  • BHA Design: Learn what type of BHA designs operators are using in the SCOOP/STACK
  • Optimal Lateral Length: Establishing how long of a lateral can be drilled in the SCOOP/STACK without exponentially increasing costs
  • Landing Zone Decisions: Learn where and why to land that well, lower or higher, relative to the thickness of the shale
  • Drilling schedules: Providing clarity on long-term drilling schedules to allow operators/vendors' to understand how to size the infrastructure on the frontend

12:00 Question & Answer Session

WATER SOURCING & PRODUCED WATER MANAGEMENT
LEVERAGING STRATEGIES & NEW TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES TO
MANAGE PRODUCED WATER VOLUMES FROM SOURCING TO DISPOSAL

  The 500-Pound Gorilla And Monster In The Room Is Still Water Management
Reducing The Cost Of Water Sourcing, Reuse, Water Handling And Water Disposal While Managing Seismic Activity Are Big Topics Of Interest And Concern.

WATER SOURCING & QUALITY

12:10 Find Out Which Formations Water Is Coming From And Determine If High Water Content May Be Depleting Or Impacting Oklahoma's Oil And Gas Production

  • Identifying locations of fresh water sources in Oklahoma and how it is being sourced and transferred by operators
  • Assess costs associated with fresh water sourcing and opportunities for water sharing
  • Understand how the operator accounted for varying water qualities when deciding to use source water vs. treated produced water

Chris Lutrell, Environmental Coordinator, Oklahoma Corporation Commission

12:40 Question & Answer Session

12:50 Networking Lunch In The Exhibition Area

RECYCLING & REUSE

1:50 Examine The Application Of New Recycling & Reuse Technologies That Are Minimizing The Cost Of Water Management

  • Examine the costs and capabilities of treatment technologies to remove impurities
  • Learn how to use the latest technologies and chemicals to remove solids and iron to purify flowback water so that it can be properly reused

Nate Alleman, Senior Project Manager, ALL Consulting

2:20 Question & Answer Session

WATER DISPOSAL & HANDLING

2:30 Discussing Cost-Effective Methods To Transfer Water Efficiently And Safely Dispose Produced Water Without Causing Seismic Activity

  • Discussing effective water handling methods through innovative designs
  • Learn the do's and don'ts of produced water disposal from a regulatory point of view

Kyle Murray, Hydrogeologist, Oklahoma Geological Society

3:00 Question & Answer Session

PRODUCTION CHEMICAL OPTIMIZATION
NEW APPLICATION STRATEGIES & PRODUCTION CHEMISTRIES TO COST-EFFECTIVELY MANAGE & TREAT CORROSION, EROSION & SCALE IN HORIZONTAL WELLS

Chemical treatment in the SCOOP and the STACK is not for the faint of heart.It's a giant 5000-piece jigsaw puzzle - what works for one well will likely not work in another well, making it not only very challenging but also a very expensive problem. Recognizing the enormity of this challenge, the next presentation looks at unique chemical blends, combo products, new chemistries and novel application strategies to treat corrosion, erosion and scale in the SCOOP/STACK formations

PRODUCTION CHEMICAL REGIMES FOR SCOOP & STACK

3:10 Assess Chemical Application Strategies & Technologies To Manage Corrosion, Erosion And Scale: Optimize Recovery, Reduce Failures And Keep Wells Flowing

  • Understand operators' decision-making process when determining the way they run their chemical programs
  • Examine case studies where operators are finding new chemistries to be more effective: Are they more effective at treating Corrosion, Erosion or Scale?
  • Understand what kind of chemistries were found to be most effective in each Oklahoma formation, and steps on how they can be made part of your day-to-day chemical program
  • Learn to tweak existing chemistries or overhaul corrosion inhibitor programs to manage corrosion downhole

This session is reserved for companies in the production chemicals space to share  insight on the latest chemistries/inhibitors for treating corrosion, erosion and scale

Please contact: sponsorship@american-business-conferences.com

3:40 Question & Answer Session

3:50 Afternoon Refreshments in the Exhibition Showcase Area

PRODUCTION AUTOMATION & INTEGRATED, AUTONOMOUS OPERATIONS EXAMINE GAME CHANGING STRATEGIES & INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES TO REMOTELY MONITOR, MEASURE, CONTROL & OPERATE WELLS

Automation is an enabler, not a project. But it is still the strongest area for growth and improvement and it is taking over as a tactical, integrated way of managing operations

INTEGRATED, AUTONOMOUS OPERATIONS

4:20 Leveraging Automation Technologies And Advanced Data Analytics To Enable Remote Monitoring, Measurement, Control And Operability Of Wells

  • Equipment Selection: Find out what types of automated equipment operators are installing, and how far they're doing it: Are they putting pressure and temperature gauges on every single vessel, are they're putting guided wave radars on their tanks?
  • Monitoring: Understand how to use automation technology to look at 10 different fields or 250 wells spread out all over the state and get one single point of the truth
  • Autonomous Measurement & Control: Find out which automated control systems perform best on well sites and how much remote measurement/control on operations do you actually have
  • Remote Surveillance: Learn how to remotely look at the performance of your well and which technologies people are applying for remote surveillance

4:50 Question & Answer Session

5:00 Chair's Closing Remarks

5:10 End of the Oklahoma Shale Production Optimization SCOOP & STACK 2019

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2019 AGENDA AT A GLANCE

Delivering Production Techniques, Strategies And Technologies To Optimize Production Operations Against The Backdrop Of Region Specific Challenges

  • Comprehensive Production Optimization Strategy: Assessing Production Techniques And Flowback Strategies That Are Maximizing Production Recovery And Lowering Cost-Per-Barrel
  • Strategies & Production Techniques For Keeping SCOOP/STACK Wells Producing & Flowing Over The Long-Term
  • Lifting Approaches, Selection Techniques & Pump Efficiency For Gas Lifts, ESP, Rod Pumps & Plunger Lifts
  • Case Studies On The End Application Of Different Forms Of Artificial Lift Systems To Optimize Production Efficiency And Lower The Cost Per Barrel
  • Flowback & Choke Management Strategies To Flow Your Wells Back Faster & Keep Producing Longer
  • Optimal Method To Handle, Mitigate And Control Sand Production, Produced Solids & Gas Interference
  • Comprehensive Optimization Strategy: How Production, Drilling & Completions Are Working Together To Deliver The Most Optimized Horizontal Well
  • Cost-Efficient Frac Programs For Oklahoma's Shale That Deliver Optimal Production At The Lowest Cost
  • Effectively Pressure Up Offset Wells With Co2 Or Natural Gas To Mitigate/Handle Frac Hits
  • Drilling Decisions With Production & Completions In Mind: BHA Design, Lateral Lengths, Landing Zone and Long-Term Drilling Schedules
  • Strategies & New Treatment Technologies To Manage Produced Water Volumes From Sourcing To Disposal
  • Production Chemical Regimes To Cost-Effectively Manage & Treat Corrosion, Erosion & Scale In Horizontal Wells
  • Production Automation & Integrated Autonomous Operations Strategies & Technologies To Remotely Monitor, Measure, Control & Operate Wells
What Was Said About The 2018 SCOOP/STACK Water Management Event

'Attending the ABC is a must! The attendees and quality of the programming is always first class.'

'In-depth topics from respected industry professionals.'

'The gathered expertise was very evident. The networking was and is invaluable to our organisation.'

'A great opportunity to gain insight.'

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