SPEAKERS


Ron Hapoff

DRILLING ENGINEER : MURPHY OIL

Leveraging Real-Time Insights to Improve Day-to-Day Operations and Well-to-Well Performance

How we are leveraging high-resolution real-time drilling data to benchmark performance, identify opportunities for improvement, and optimize on and off bottom operations. Case studies will highlight how the availability of real-time analytics has supported faster and more informed decisions during operations, while reducing the risk of lost time. The discussion will also review how engineers are leveraging a large, high-quality data set to support design decisions post-well and optimize performance within a multi-rig fleet.


Matt Wiens

DRILLING ENGINEER : CONOCO PHILLIPS

Implementing Real-Time Optimization Workflows at the Field Level

Discussion on the challenges and succeses of how we implementing performance focused workflows in the field. This centers on how ProACT was leveraged to set 4 record wells in the Delaware Basin in early 2016. Will highlight rig engineer workflows utilized to identify deficiencies and improve connection times, leverage real-time multi well comparison by overlaying drilling parameters correlated by formation, and reduce slide percentages on 7.5K Wolfcamp laterals in Lea and Eddy county, New Mexico.


Sergio Mares

DRILLING MANAGER : EP ENERGY

Leveraging Analytics to Facilitate Lookbacks to Enhance Well-to-Well Performance

Presentation will highlight how I leveraged management and engineering workflows to compile performance data and lessons learned to drive well-to-well performance. Utilization of various KPIs allowed me and my engineers to transfer learnings to new wells, especially as rig counts and workloads grew to maintain high-level performance achieved during periods of lower activity.


Robbie Taylor

DRILLING ENGINEER : CONOCO PHILLIPS

Reduce Slides while Drilling Non-Standard Hole Sizes

Case study highlighting how we leveraged real-time build and walk analysis to pick optimal drilling parameters. This study highlights how instantaneous analysis allowed engineers to select RPMs and WOBs to drill an extended 12-1/4” hole section with no maintenance slides or excessive doglegs, improving efficiency and mitigating future production risks.