SPE Online Education
All Completions Online Education in Alphabetical Order
"A Key to Understanding Hydraulically Fractured Well Performance-proppant Conductivity Assessment”Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/04/2015
The testing of proppants in the laboratory to determine conductivity and permeability at closure stress provides critical data for evaluating proppant performance. The data obtained from these tests are important for proppant suppliers and manufacturers in evaluating their sources of supply or in adjusting or modifying manufacturing processes. For the operator it is a basis for comparing performance, quality and value. The webinar will discuss how this data is obtained and the limitations in its use and application.
4D Seismic Monitoring for Assessing Reservoir Heterogeneity and Its Impact on Hydraulic Fracture StimulationContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/12/2018
This webinar will discuss the importance of understanding reservoir heterogeneity and its impact on the success of hydraulic fracturing in shale wells.
360° Engineering Analysis for Managing Well IntegrityContains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/15/2016
Effectively managing well barriers and maintaining well integrity within limits is challenging for aging wells and have a major influence on maximizing the life of wells and reducing operational costs. This is critical not only for the design phase of the well but also for the operational phase.
An Engineered Approach to Hydraulic Fracture the Vaca Muerta ShaleContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/25/2018
This lecture seeks to explain a systematic approach to characterize, constrain and validate such models through integration of prefrac diagnostic injections, core data, independently-determined fracture dimensions, and postfrac production data. The final objective is to build predictive models that can be used to improve completion strategies in this promising play.
Application Fiber Optic Technology for Well and Reservoir ManagementContains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 02/25/2015
Fiber Optic (FO) technology is quite unique for diagnostic evaluation of wells as the fiber can be used in multiple ways. Initially, application of fiber for in-well technology concentrated on temperature profiling. This limited its application to processes with strong thermal signatures. More recently the use of fiber for acoustics and strain measurements has expanded the applicability of distributed fiber sensing to other areas of data acquisition and well management.
Application of Low Viscosity Fluids to Hydraulic FracturingContains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/13/2013
Presented by Larry K. Britt
Appropriate Hydraulic Fracturing Technologies for Mature Oil and Gas FormationsContains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/20/2014
Presented by Tony Martin
Assessing Well Integrity Risk: A Qualitative ModelContains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 03/23/2017
For successful delivery of Well Integrity, there needs to be an understanding of the risks that can cause undesirable events such as safety hazards or loss of containment. Performing a risk assessment on a well, or type of well, will help determine and rank the potential risks and provide information that allows limited resources to be applied in the most effective manner.
Borehole ImagingContains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits
This Topic describes the operating principles, applications and limitations of acoustic and resistivity imaging tools, and illustrates how you can use borehole imaging as a reservoir monitoring and characterization tool.
Causes for Cement Plug Failures and Proactive Measures to Maximize SuccessContains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/21/2019
It is quite well known within the Industry that cement plug placement and its success in the first attempt is challenging. There are multitude of reasons for failures, such as improper hole cleaning, lack of adequate support for the cement plug, placement techniques, inadequate volume etc. T
Cementing 2Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits
Upon completion of this module, the participant should be able to: determine the volume, displacement and density requirements for cementing a casing string, select the cement additives appropriate to a given job, specify the casing accessories to be use on a primary cement job, outline the steps involved in cementing a string of casing, evaluate the results of a primary or squeeze cementing operation, and calculate the volumes and displacements required to set a cement plug.
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