Full-Field Development Forum

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Full-Field Development Forum
Gain insight into the challenges the industry faces with the evolution to harvest mode in unconventional shale plays. Full-field development promises cash flow generating hydrocarbon recovery through economies of scale. As always, with each new iteration, unforeseen challenges arise. Hear first-hand how the industry is addressing challenges during the Full-Field Development Forum in conjunction with Hart Energy’s DUG Midcontinent Conference & Exhibition in Oklahoma City November 19-21. Speakers will address the business implications of full-field development, and present an itemization of challenges associated with massive simultaneous development projects. Presentations will address logistics including the availability of proppant, water and the use of big data analytics, while a large independent on the forefront of full-field development provides a case study of one of the Midcontinent’s largest full-field development programs. Click here to view sponsorship opportunities. Location: Meeting rooms 9, 10 and 11 of the Renaissance Hotel.
8:30 AM
Welcome & Opening Remarks
Speaker(s):
Richard Mason, Chief Technical Director, Hart Energy
8:35 AM
Opening Address: The Business of Full-Field Development
Factories in the field allude to project investments approaching $100 million. What are the business implications as the oil and gas industry marches forward on full-field development in an uncertain commodity price environment? Do large scale projects bifurcate the industry into larger E&Ps who can operate at scale and delayed return on capital and smaller E&Ps who can’t?
Moderator(s):
Richard Mason, Chief Technical Director, Hart Energy
Speaker(s):
Subash Chandra, Managing Director, Guggenheim Partners
9:00 AM
Panel: Overcoming Challenges in Full-Field Development
As the shale revolution matures, more E&Ps are moving to full-field development. Yet these hydrocarbon factories in the field face unexpected learning curves. The Midcontinent exhibits widespread geologic heterogeneity. Hear how industry players are adjusting to geologic setting while seeking a potential hydrocarbon bonanza.
Moderator(s):
Richard Mason, Chief Technical Director, Hart Energy
Speaker(s):
Richard Spears, Vice President, Spears & Associates Inc.
PRESENTATION NOT AVAILABLE
Jason Baihly, Commercial and Risk Manager, Integrated Services Management, Schlumberger
9:40 AM
Panel: Get Me to the Well on Time
Need sand? Across the oil and gas industry, the primary answer is yes—and by the trainload. A prominent sand mining player discusses the size of the Midcontinent proppant market, new capacity infrastructure, and last-mile solutions for getting sand from where it’s mined to where it needs to go.    
Moderator(s):
Jennifer Presley , Executive Editor, E&P
Speaker(s):
Beverly Suffern, Vice President, Commercial Development, Black Mountain Sand
Erik Nystrom, Vice President, Strategic Marketing, Covia Corporation
10:15 AM
Networking Break
10:45 AM
Operator Fire-Side Chat: Creating Positive Frac-Induced Well Interaction
This Midcontinent operator discusses the state of the art in Midcontinent wellbore construction, including parent-child well interaction, and recommends best practices to build economically sustainable oil and gas wells.
Moderator(s):
Richard Mason, Chief Technical Director, Hart Energy
Speaker(s):
PRESENTATION NOT AVAILABLE
Pat Bent, Senior Vice President, Operations, Continental Resources Inc.
11:15 AM
Spotlight: Call the Plumber
The industry has settled on slickwater plug and perf as the most attractive way to increase hydrocarbon harvest. That means a million gallons of water, or more, per well. So where is the Midcontinent in terms of regional demand for water, water recycling, regulatory oversight, water disposal and water midstream?
Moderator(s):
Jennifer Presley , Executive Editor, E&P
Speaker(s):
Michael Dunkel, Global Technology Leader for Upstream Water, Advisian, Worley Group
11:40 AM
Closing Panel: Outside the Black Box
These subject-matter experts address data analytics and the digital oilfield and how creative thinking and new approaches to reservoir modeling improve hydrocarbon recovery in a complicated and expensive geo-environment.
Moderator(s):
Brian Walzel, Associate Editor, Production, E&P
Speaker(s):
Glenn Klimchuk, Vice President, Operational Certainty Consulting, Oil and Gas, Emerson Automation Solutions
Derek Garland, Executive Vice President, WellDrive LLC
Noon
Forum Adjourns