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Old Problems, New Solutions: Permian Water + Sand in 2020
This one-day conference, held in conjunction with DUG Permian Basin 2020, addresses the business and operational challenges of sand and water supplies and logistics in an uncertain economic market. The program will provide an update on innovative approaches to practical field challenges.
View the Water + Sand Forum agenda here.
At nearly 5 MMbbl/d now, Permian producers are surfacing a record volume of WTI from the basin that has retaken a seat at the head of the global oil-supply table. This leading producer describes its achievements and plans.
From humble beginnings, the Permian Basin has produced more than 30 Bbbl of oil and is relied upon foremost in American energy security. These long-time basin operators describe what it holds for the next 100 years.
Bitcoin miners are setting up shop in Texas oil fields, converting that spare natgas into electricity. Some producers are powering up grids of their own. Flaring is down, but not out. Here’s the status of monetizing associated gas.
The Permian’s might lies not just in the formations producers are tapping now. It’s also formidable for the many more layers that haven’t even been tapped with laterals yet. These operators describe their findings in those.
This legacy Permian operator is producing from the western Delaware to the edge of the eastern Midland. With rigs, DSUs, frack spreads, water and sand, here’s what it’s making of its many payzones and how it’s growing the EUR.
Industry has solved for all hurdles in the past. Infill well performance is the latest challenge. Here’s the master class on how near experts are to adding a “how to” fix for it to the completions-best-practices manual.