The Bakken & Three Forks Completions and Well Spacing Congress was held May 28 – 29, 2014 in Denver, Colorado and IPT was on hand, serving as a corporate sponsor of the event as well as presenting valuable information related to well completions optimization.
The two-day event, organized by American Business Conferences, featured technical case studies and discussions led by industry professionals from major E&P companies actively operating in the Bakken and Three Forks shale plays.
Day 1 offered result-driven conclusions on the optimum frac design, frac type, frac fluid, proppant type, liner and number of frac stages in different areas of the Bakken and Three Forks. Day 2 addressed optimal well density in a given spacing unit, well interference and extension into the deeper benches of the Three Forks to maximize reservoir exploitation and hydrocarbon recovery.
Todd Poulson, President Field Operations and Services for IPT, was among the Day 2 presenters, offering insights on reservoir data analysis and completion design. To view his presentation, Evaluating Reservoir and Completion Data to Optimize Completion Cost and Production, click here.