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ADVISORY COUNCIL
 
Dave Pursell
Managing Director
Tudor Pickering Holt & Co.
 
Britt Dearman
Sr. Vice President
Southern Region
Forest Oil Corp
 
Michael Beattie
Geologist
Mist Mountain Energy
 
Mike Loudermilk
Operations Manager for
Drilling & Completions
Lime Rock Resources
 
Gregory Wrightstone
Geologist
Wrightstone Consulting
 
Doug Walser
Technology Manager
Pinnacle, a Halliburton Co.
 
Matt Curry
Director of Business Development
Range Resources
 
Rocky Seale
Independent Completions Consultant
 
 
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TEF PRODUCTION 2015 will address Artificial Lift, ReFracing, & a look at where the industry is going for the rest of the year & more
 
Sample of Some of the Artificial Lift issues to be addressed;
 
    • Artificial Lift issues in horizontal wells.
    • Impact of ReFrac operations on artificial lift.
    • Which artificial lift technologies are applicable in various scenarios, and why?
    • What is working and what needs to improve?
 
The Energy Forum (TEF) ReFrac Study© 2015
 
TEF is including with the roundtables a study of ReFracing. Results of the TEF ReFrac Study© 2015 will be made available in July.
 
A complementary copy of the 2015 report will be provided to anyone who as attended one or more of the study meetings.
 
TEF ReFrac Study© 2015 report will be co-authored by Rocky Seale, Principle, Seale Enterprises Ltd. & Doug Walser, Technology Manager, Hydraulic Fracturing Center of Excellence, Pinnacle a Halliburton Co.
 
Our "Study of Restimulation (ReFrac) Practices" addresses some key questions about refracs at each meeting including;
 
    • How do you pick the best restimulation (ReFrac) candidates? Are your best wells the best ReFrac candidates?
    • What are your ReFrac options when entering an existing wellbore?
    • Mechanically, how do you ReFrac horizontal wells?
    • Zonal isolation issues and options.
    • Specifics of the various diversion processes.
    • What Geologic considerations to know when analyzing for a ReFrac?
    • What Reservoir aspects need to be considered when ReFracing?
    • ReFrac economics evaluation.
 
YOUR FEE INTITLES YOU TO:
Food and Beverage for the day.
Access to:
PowerPoint presentations from this roundtable we are permitted to post.
ALL PowerPoint presentations from the FULL SERIES we are permitted to post.
TEF ReFrac Study© 2015 Completed report
 
Roundtables will run from March 19 through June 18 with the results meeting being in Houston July 9.
 
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