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ShaleTech™ Hydraulic Fracturing Forum: Summer 2019

Thursday, August 22, 2019 10:00 AM

During this 60 minute live webcast, Moderator, Joe D. Woods, President, International Pinpoint, will lead discussion on these topics: 1) “Tunable Friction Reducer Enhances Operational Efficiency and Production”, with presenter Shafeeq Khan, Engineering & Business Development Manager, BJ Services. 2) “Remediation for Polymer Damage and Water-Block in Slickwater Fracturing”, with presenter Aaron Sanders, PhD, Technical Director, Stepan Oilfield Solutions. 3) "Robotic Frac Staging Is Now Being Deployed to Save Time, Personnel and Equipment”, with presenter Scott Van Vuuren, Executive Sales, Robotic Frac Equipment, Renegade Services.

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Make Better, Faster Decisions Powered by Augmented AI, Leveraging Basin Level Knowledge Captured by Big Data Sculpting

Wednesday, July 31, 2019 10:00 AM

Data-driven decision making is becoming more popular in Unconventional. However, since well performance is impacted by many factors (e.g. geological characteristics, completion design, well design, etc.), the challenge is uncovering trends from all the noise. A differentiated and superior “Augmented AI” technology provides quick and science-based answers for optimized well spacing, optimized completion design, remaining potential of an asset, etc, streamlining decision-making for operators, investment banks, and traders. In this webinar, learn more about big data sculpting, integrating private & public data, uncertainty quantification, and applicable AI. New case studies in Permian and Eagle Ford will be presented.

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Simplify Automation of Multi-Well Pads

Thursday, July 25, 2019 10:00 AM

When you have many different systems, brands and vendors working together in your oilfield, it can complicate your operations. So today, many oil and gas producers are transitioning from simplistic single-well pad fields to more complex multi-well pads, in an effort to cut costs and increase efficiencies. The increase in size and scope of these more complex multi-well pads, however, has created much greater data and control requirements. This makes measurement difficult and can lead to higher capital spend for producers. One single platform from a single solution provider, such as a programmable logic controller (PLC), can allow you to add well pads without additional RTUs and simplify your automation. Benefits of this architecture include: • Improved scalability • Enhanced data control and integrity • Reduced installation time and costs

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The Pioneers of the Electric Frac Revolution: Why every E&P should use Clean Fleet®

Thursday, July 11, 2019 10:00 AM

In 2014, U.S. Well Services (USWS) took the concept of utilizing clean-burning natural gas to fuel electric hydraulic fracturing fleets by developing and deploying their multi-patented Clean Fleet®. To date, they have completed more than 8,000 stages using their Clean Fleet® technology in multiple oil and gas basins throughout the United States. The use of natural gas turbine generators, paired with electric motor driven pumps, blenders and other auxiliary frac equipment, provide numerous advantages over the use of conventional diesel frac fleets. Such advantages include significant fuel cost savings, improved operational efficiencies, reduced repair & maintenance downtime, reduced noise pollution, as well as environmental benefits.

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