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2018 DUG Technology Showcase
Launched in 2016, the DUG Technology Showcase provides a dedicated space within the DUG conference to explore the impact being made by technology in the development of unconventional resources. Rife with challenges, unconventional resources are keeping inventors and innovators on their toes looking for the right mix of solution and value creation. For 2018, the DUG Technology Showcase will focus on the technologies that are making significant strides in improving operational efficiencies and increasing recoveries over the life of the shale well, field and play.
10:40 AM
Drilling Better, Not Just Faster - Introductory Remarks
Described as trying to hit someone with a baseball bat while dangling from the belly of an airborne airplane, drilling a horizontal well is a spectacular feat. Drillbits that are only a few inches wide must go thousands of feet below stacked layers of rock to reach the reservoir target. It is a feat made possible with advanced materials, skills and technologies working together to drill wells better, not just faster.
Speaker(s):
10:45 AM - "Drilling with Real-Time Formation Properties"
Barry Zhang, Founder & CEO, Quantico Energy Solutions
11:00 AM - More Than Just ‘New’: Putting Drilling Problems First
Aron Deen, Director of Marketing and Business Development, Ulterra
11:15 AM - Patterson-UTI Drilling - Accelerating Innovation and Technology
Matthew Lusty, Contracts Manager, Patterson-UTI Energy Inc.
11:30 AM - More Than Painting The Line: Optimizing Asset Value With Wellbore Placement
Marc Willerth, Vice President of Survey Technologies, MagVAR
11:45 AM
Q&A/End for Networking Lunch
1:50 PM
Working Smarter, Not Harder - Introductory Remarks
Extending beneath an area approximately 250 miles wide and 300 miles long, there’s plenty of ground for operators and service companies to cover in the Permian Basin. Digital technologies are making remote monitoring and reporting possible while ensuring windshield time is time well spent.
Speaker(s):
2:00 PM - Data Is For Everyone: Empowering The Business Users With Consumable Data
Deanna Glinka, Senior Manager, Data and Analytics, Quorum Software
2:15 PM - Water Lens - Rapid, Accurate, and Portable Produced Water Analysis
Adam Garland, Chief Technology Officer, Water Lens
2:30 PM - Big Data Goes Bust
Greg Archbald, Founder, Greasebook
2:40 PM - A Permian Case Study In Value Creation: Doing Better Than You Imagined
Peter Duncan, President & CEO, MicroSeismic
Allison Small, Consulting Geophysicist, Element Petroleum III LLC
3:00 PM
Q&A/End for Networking Break
3:30 PM
Lifting More, Not Less, For Longer - Introductory Remarks
Like an uncorked bottle of champagne, unconventional wells are notorious for their rapid decline rates. Introducing artificial lift systems into the well helps to keep its flow flowing throughout its life.
Speaker(s):
3:35 PM - Strategic Plunger Spacing
Mark Lancaster, Partner, Hydralift
3:50 PM - Harnessing Data to Improve Artificial Lift Design and Outcomes in the Digital Oilfield
Joseph Saliba, President & Chief Operating Officer, Rod and Tubing Services
4:05 PM - Digital Intelligent Artificial Lift – Technology | Application | Justification | Operation
Graham D. Makin, Vice President - Sales, Marketing & Investor Relations, Silverwell
4:20 PM - Unconventional/High Volume Rod Pump Applications in the Permian Basin
Russell Messer, Production Optimization Specialist, Dover Artificial Lift
4:35 PM - CENesis PHASE Multiphase Encapsulated Production Solution: Gas Slug Avoidance for ESPs
Marco Carrasquero, Permian Business Support Manager, Baker Hughes, a GE Company
Victor Segura, Technical Manager, Baker Hughes, a GE Company
4:50 PM
Q&A/End for Networking Break