Full-Field Development Forum

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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?
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.
9:40 AM
Spotlight: 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.    
10:00 AM
Networking Break
10:30 AM
Operator Roundtable: Creating Positive Frac-Induced Well Interaction
Midcontinent operators discuss the state of the art in Midcontinent wellbore construction, including parent-child well interaction, and recommend best practices to build economically sustainable oil and gas wells.
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?
Speaker(s):
Michael Dunkel, Global Technology Leader for Upstream Water, Advisian, Worley Group
11:40 AM
Closing Keynote: Outside the Black Box
A subject-matter expert addresses 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.
Noon
Workshop Adjourns