Check out the eighth webinar in our Power Up series and the finale in a mini-series of three webinars exploring the factors affecting the growth of stimulated rock volume in Kaybob, Duvernay; Unlocking the Role of Geomechanics in the Duvernay: Part 3 of 3.
If you missed it, we've got you covered with the replay now available on demand.
In this session (originally presented May 4th, 2021), GLJ’s Erfan Sarvar Amini, Ph.D., P.Eng. presents the final webinar from our three-part series sharing our findings from a collaborative study of Kaybob, Duvernay. This webinar focuses on completion design and optimization in the Duvernay.
During the session, we:
- Review the key findings from Parts 1 and 2 and how geomechanical heterogeneity and anisotropy in Duvernay source rocks can create an opportunity for design optimization
- Demonstrate that completing wells in more geomechanically competent areas can lead to a better frac geometry, more conformity in frac half-length distribution during multi-cluster plug perf frac completion, and a reduced chance of out-of-zone frac growth
- Discuss the impact of pumping rate on the frac geometry, stimulated permeability, and proppant transport
- Discuss the impact of lateral heterogeneity on cluster efficiency and the upsides of an Extreme Limited-Entry design for cluster efficiency improvements
Note: While these sessions are interconnected and built together, each also functions as a standalone. You are encouraged to attend any or all of them based on your area of interest. If you want to refresh on the first or second sessions of the series, you can catch them on demand: Part 1 and Part 2.
The session is just under an hour long including Q&A. If you need to pause for a break, just close the webinar window and it will remember where you left off when you come back.
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