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

8:30 Registration & Refreshments

9:10 Chair's Opening Remarks

9:20 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

9:50 Question & Answer Session

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

10:00 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 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.

David Fruit, Vice President Exploration, Antioch Energy

Sonia Thomas, STACK Resource Development Manager, Continental Resources

Chris Lutrell, Environmental Coordinator, Oklahoma Corporation Commission

Kyle Murray, Hydrogeologist, Oklahoma Geological Society

10:50 Question & Answer Session

11:00 Morning Refreshments in the Exhibition Showcase Area

ARTIFICIAL LIFT & POWER SYSTEM SELECTION STRATEGIES

11:30 Understand How To Select Artificial Lifts And Power Systems Relative To The Economics Of The Well, Maximize Capital And Production Efficiency & Control Power Usage

*    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

*    Power Selection: Understand power system selection decisions to control power consumption

David Hobza, Electrical Engineering Advisor, Chesapeake Energy

12:00 Question & Answer Session

ARTIFICIAL LIFT APPLICATION CASE STUDIES

12:10 Case Study 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 and ESPs

*    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

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

12:40 Question & Answer Session

12:50 Networking Lunch in the Exhibition Area

FLOWBACK & CHOKE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES

2:00 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

Robert Mitchell, Chief Technology Officer, Oilfield Labs of America

2:30 Question & Answer Session

2:40 Exclusive Project Report: SCOOP-STACK-MERGE Trend

Roger M. Slat t, Gungoll Chair Professor in Petroleum Geology/Geophysics and Director, Institute of Reservoir Characterization, University of Oklahoma

3:10 Question & Answer Session

3:20 Afternoon Refreshments in the Exhibition Showcase Area

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: OPERATOR CASE STUDY

4:00 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

4:30 Question & Answer Session

4:40 Chair's Closing Remarks

4:50 - 6:40 Networking Drinks In The Exhibition Area

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

8:45 Registration & Refreshments

9:20 Chair's Opening Remarks

SAND CONTROL DURING FLOWBACK: VENDOR CASE STUDY

9:30 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

Alan Snow, VP of US Business Development, Enercorp Sand Solutions

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

10:00 Leveraging Flexible Steel Pipelines For Hydrocarbon And Water Service Applications

*    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

David Gregory, Technical Services Engineer, FlexSteel

10:30 Question & Answer Session

10:40 Morning Refreshments in the Exhibition Showcase Area

RECYCLING & REUSE

11:15 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

11:45 Question & Answer Session

WATER DISPOSAL & HANDLING

11:55 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

12:30 Question & Answer Session

12:40 Networking Lunch In The Exhibition Area

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

2:00 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

2:30 Question & Answer Session

HOLISTIC PRODUCTION OPTIMIZATION

UNDERSTAND HOW PRODUCTION, DRILLING & COMPLETIONS ARE WORKING TOGETHER TO DELIVER THE MOST OPTIMIZED HORIZONTAL WELL COMPREHENSIVE OPTIMIZATION CONVENTIONAL CHARACTERIZATION OF UNCONVENTIONAL RESOURCE SHALES

2:40 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

3:15 Question & Answer Session

3:25 Chair's Closing Remarks

3:30 End of the Oklahoma Shale Production Optimization SCOOP & STACK 2019

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