WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Meet Senior Decision Makers From:


  • E&P companies currently operating in the Eagle Ford Shale
  • E&P companies planning to explore in the region that want to assess play economics
  • Investors looking to assess play economics

With The Following Job Titles:


COOs, VPs, Directors, Managers, Team Leads & Chiefs Of...

  • Completions
  • Engineering
  • Production
  • Operations
  • Drilling
  • Exploration
  • Unconventional Resources
  • Geology, Geophysics and Geoscience
  • Technology
  • Drilling
  • Exploitation

Plus:


  • Completions Service Providers
  • Hydraulic Fracturing Technology Providers
  • Directional Drilling Companies
  • Drilling Fluids Suppliers
  • Reservoir Engineering Companies
  • Seismic & Core Analysis Companies
  • Horizontal Drilling Companies
  • Key Industry Laboratory & Analysis Firms
  • Pressure Pumping Firms
  • Environmental Consultancies
  • Artificial Lift Service Providers
  • Proppant & Chemical Suppliers
  • Well Construction & Engineering Companies
  • Modelling Software Systems Companies
  • Investment Firms
  • Research & Development Institutes & Universities

Eagle Ford Well & Frac Design Congress 2013

In the past five years, Texas has seen rapid development of the Eagle Ford Shale with over 263 rigs currently in operation and 2,826 drilling permits issued in 2012 alone. Given the Eagle Ford's low-clay, high-carbonate content, broad geographical extent and a varying reservoir types, well and frac designs must be acutely tailored to maximize recovery during completions.

To ensure commercially viable well economics, Eagle Ford operators are innovating, now more than ever, to find the ultimate frac design for driving down the cost of completions while achieving optimal recovery.

There is no one 'perfect' recipe for all different reservoir types, the best and only way is to understand all the different variables of the well economics, step by step, and learn what other operators are doing to either validate or integrate into current operations.

The mission of the first Eagle Ford Well & Frac Design Congress 2013 is to bring together active operators in the region to compare case studies and well results, manage the impact each variable has on well economics, and ultimately reduce the cost of completions and production in the Eagle Ford.

In this two-day congress, over 20 E&P operators will provide case studies, highlighting well construction, well design and frac design achievements to stimulate technical discussions and scrutinize how costs can be saved at every step of the well and frac design process in different reservoir types.

Day 1 will look at how operators are designing low cost, high recovery wells focusing on well spacing, lateral length, frac spacing, cluster spacing and drilling techniques that optimize economics.

Day 2 will examine case studies on how the key factors influencing completions - proppants, fluids, fracture methods and perforating techniques - can be optimized to improve both recovery and well economics in the Eagle Ford and showcase production techniques being used to maximize recovery.

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LEARNING BENEFITS:

The Mission Of The First Eagle Ford Well & Frac Design Congress 2013 is...

...to bring together active operators in the region to compare case studies and well results, manage the impact each variable has on well economics, and ultimately reduce the cost of completions and production in the Eagle Ford.

The first Eagle Ford Well & Frac Design Congress 2013 will host speakers from innovative E&P companies are actively operating in the Eagle Ford to share best practices for optimizing well and completions design to achieve the highest recovery using the least amount of capital.

It is the only event that breaks down every critical, cost intensive stage of well and frac design to reduce the completions expenditure in Eagle Ford. Key learning benefits include:

FRAC DESIGN: Scrutinizing how costs can be saved without damaging recovery, at each stage of the frac design: proppant, fluid, fracture method

WELL DESIGN: Delivering case study-based solutions at each stage of well design to balance recovery with costs and optimize well economics

WELL CONSTRUCTION & DRILLING: Designing wells, constructing wells and identifying optimal horizontal drilling techniques in deeper, more high pressured environments

OPTIMIZING RECOVERY POST-FRAC: How Eagle Ford operators are using remedial work, flowback management and artificial lift to optimize recovery post-completions

PEARSALL UPDATE: Assessing Pearsall economics based on recently executed wells

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