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Interference: Quantifying the Impact of Well Spacing on Production

A DI Transform-based workflow in which we use proprietary measurements of well spacing, along with other drilling, geologic, and completion variables, to build a multivariate production prediction model in the Williston Basin.

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Machine Learning in Structural and Stratigraphic Geologic Interpretation: Automated Tops Picking and Release of the APE

We use DI Transform to pick and map hundreds of well tops in the Spraberry-Wolfcamp section in the Midland Basin in approximately 15 minutes by using automated tops correlation technology. This lays the foundation for a robust structural model that lets us unleash the APE – DI Transform’s new Advanced Property Estimator – on the data and create synthetic well logs and even 3D volumes that accurately predict log properties away from well control and ahead of the drillbit.

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Well Spacing: A New Tool for Rigorous Analysis of Parent-Child Distances

DI Transform’s latest and greatest Well Spacing tool, a critical step on the way to a fulsome well interference workflow. Using a study area in the Williston Basin, we will explore various options in calculating well spacing, including: full search radius, horizontal and vertical search, multiple- vs single-wellbore measurements, search angle, and data dependence.

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Drilling Deeper than the Trend Area: Identifying Landing Zones in Major Unconventional Basins

Highlighting our geologic interpretations across most major unconventional basins through Play Assessments. We highlight our capabilities in identifying a more granular Landing Zone than Trend Area, Wolfcamp, Mississippian, etc.

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Improving EUR Estimation in Unconventional Reservoirs: Finding the Right ‘Transition Point’

Decline Curves in Unconventional reservoirs are defined in long transient flow periods followed by transitions to boundary-dominated flow regime.


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Innovation in the Drilling and Completion of Wells in the Haynesville

Recent astounding results in this prolific basin are testament to the innovation in drilling and completion techniques that have occurred in the industry over the last few years.

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SPECIAL OFFERING – How Well Can Public Data Predict Produced GOR?

Preview of URTeC paper – 2903134.

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Multivariate statistical applications for quantifying contribution of seismic data to production prediction in the Wolfcamp, Midland Basin by Chris Grant and Bill Bashore.

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