WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Meet Senior Decision Makers From:


  • US Oil and Gas Companies
  • All E&P Companies who are currently active within the Woodford
  • Prospective Woodford Companies
  • Midstream Infrastructure Companies  

With The Following Job Titles:


COOs, VP's, Directors, Managers, Team Leads & Chiefs Of...

  • Production
  • Operations
  • Reservoir Engineering
  • Chemical
  • Gathering Infrastructure
  • Water Management
  • Completions
  • Commercial

Plus:


  • Artificial Lift Suppliers
  • Pump Suppliers
  • Chemical Treatment Suppliers
  • Water Treatment Suppliers
  • Gathering Infrastructure Suppliers
  • Surface Infrastructure Suppliers
  • Pump Maintenance Suppliers
  • Gas Compressing Suppliers
  • Rod and Tubing Suppliers
  • Downhole Equipment Suppliers
  • Gas Separation Technology Suppliers
  • Chemical Foamers Suppliers
  • Sand Control Suppliers

Woodford Production Optimization Congress 2014

"Each area of the Woodford is a little bit different and poses a different challenge so we have been pretty busy looking at different production methods and artificial lift. Its something that is a constantly evolving issue."

"Production techniques is what this whole industry is about. Its something that we are concerned with all the time in the Woodford"

For any company involved in the Woodford, from acreage owners to companies in the exploration stage to those commercially producing, planning ahead to ensure optimal production economics is commercially vital.

Operators have been drilling in the Woodford shale play for almost 10 years, but with new gas and liquid rich  areas within the formation emerging more recently, such as the Cana Woodford (particularly the SCOOP), the formation is seeing a significant upturn in interest from both suppliers and operators across the US. Recent production results from Woodford operators include announcements of year on year increases of up to 123% in boe produced (2014), with midstream companies also seeking to capitalize on new opportunities; signaled by a new 250 mile gathering pipeline being announced in June this year.

The producers, the midstream companies and the investors are bought into this play. The Production professionals however, are of course key to making sure play is economic via optimal artificial lift and chemical treatment techniques. With such potential at stake, it has never been more commercially critical to examine how to prolong the production cycles of Woodford wells to ensure the long- term commercial development of the play.

If production professionals can optimize recovery by using artificial lift techniques and mitigate failures by implementing the correct chemical treatment programs on both gas and liquid rich wells, commercial progress within the play will continue.

"Everything in the Woodford is a hot topic at the moment. It's what everyone is talking about."

Liquid rich areas of the play are still emerging and are having an impact on which production techniques work in different areas. With differing reservoir characteristics, varying, and sometimes untraceable, produced water volumes and changing pressures, it is now critical to examine the different ways in which production in the Woodford can be optimized to ensure maximum production rates at the lowest cost.

Using Best Practice Case Studies To Find Out Which Production Techniques Work Best In Different Areas Of The Woodford

The Woodford Production Optimization Congress is the first and only congress designed specifically for production professionals within the Woodford shale play. No one expects a silver bullet to increase production economics and proficiency overnight, but by bringing together VP's, Production Managers, Operations Managers and Artificial Lift Experts from across the Woodford and surrounding areas to share case studies and practical solutions on how to maintain the life cycle, optimize recovery rates and reduce costs, significant learning progress can be made and, ultimately, more oil recovered.

The case studies will be looking at best practices for selecting different artificial lift techniques for the Woodford, and explaining the results that can be expected from the use of Gas Lift, Plunger Lift, ESPs, Rod Pumps and Jet Pumps to determine the most cost effective method to implement. The congress will also deliver practical insights into effective chemical treatment programs, choke strategies, water management and post-production analysis to ensure that costs are reduced while production is maximized.

Recent, shale focused, case studies will be delivered on the following key topic areas:

  • ARTIFICIAL LIFT TECHNIQUES: Comparing different artificial lift strategies used by Woodford operators to determine the most cost effective methods with which to achieve maximum recovery
  • OPTIMIZING PUMPING EFFICIENCY: Comparing ESPs, rod pumps and jet pumps to establish which produces the highest recovery rate at the lowest cost
  • PUMPING THROUGH THE CURVE: Examining the maximum degree at which operators are pumping into the curve and the methods and techniques being applied
  • CHOKE STRATEGIES: How to tailor choke strategies in specific wells to ensure sustained production and identifying which restriction leads to maximum recovery
  • CHEMICAL TREATMENT PROGRAMS: Identifying the correct chemical treatment for specific wells to ensure optimal well clean out and continual flowback rates
  • WATER MANAGEMENT: Understanding how operators are disposing of water produced during the hydraulic fracturing and production processes and identifying where it is coming from
  • SURFACE & GATHERING INFRASTRUCTURE: Mapping the current and planned surface and gathering infrastructure in place to ensure that artificial lift procedures can continue to run
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LEARNING BENEFITS:

Optimizing Well Economics Through Production Techniques

For any company involved in the Woodford, from acreage owners to companies in the exploration stage to those commercially producing, planning ahead to ensure optimal production economics is commercially vital.

The Woodford Production Optimization Congress is the first and only congress designed specifically for production professionals within the Woodford shale play. Over two days, case studies will be delivered explaining best practices for selecting different artificial lift techniques for the Woodford, and explaining the results that can be expected from the use of Gas Lift, Plunger Lift, ESPs, Rod Pumps and Jet Pumps to determine the most cost effective method to implement. The congress will also deliver practical insights into effective chemical treatment programs, choke strategies, water management andpost-production analysis to ensure that costs are reduced while production is maximized.

WHAT'S UNIQUE ABOUT THE WOODFORD PRODUCTION OPTIMIZATION CONGRESS 2014?

  • Specifically For Production Professionals: First and only production optimization congress which is completely specific to Woodford production professionals
  • Pump and Chemical Treatment Focus: This congress will address how to keep the Woodford horizontal shale gas wells producing on a constant basis by implementing the correct chemical treatment program and using the appropriate pump
  • Success and Failure Case Studies: This is the only congress to hear the successes and failures encountered by Woodford when implemented specific pumps into the wellbore
  • Cost Reduction Focus: Transferable lessons from other case studies in the play will provide delegates with insight on how to minimize costs and boost production results in all types of Woodford wells

TESTIMONIALS

Sales Manager - Weatherford

"1st Production focused conference! Great concept, speaker lineup and networking opportunities."

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