Upcoming Webinar

Identifying Optimal Spacing and the Impact on Well Productivity in the Lower 48









Webinar Details

July 16, 2019 | 2:00 PM CT – 3:00 PM CT
Well spacing and parent/child relationships are two of the hottest topics in the industry, as operators transition from delineation to developmental drilling programs. 
Join us on Tuesday, July 16th at 2:00 p.m. CT for a sneak peek at this URTeC session. DI experts will examine several trends across the L48 using DI’s new Spacing Analytics platform and cover the following topics:
  • In the STACK and Permian, how do you identify optimal spacing practices?  What is the parent/child relationship to production?
  • In the Eagle Ford, what lessons can be applied from a more mature play to other basins?


Tyler Krolczyk

Tyler Krolczyk

Technical Advisor, Drillinginfo

Tyler Krolczyk is a Petroleum Engineer and Techincal Advisor on the Drillinginfo Consulting Services Team. Tyler has been at DI for over two years. He has worked on dozens of projects in the E&P, minerals, midstream, and financial space. Tyler is proficient in utilizing DI data to create production forecasting and valuation insight in the market across multiple basins, while also providing a geological and commercial perspective. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.
Brendan Nealon

Brendan Nealon

Engineering Analyst, Drillinginfo

Brendan Nealon is an Engineering Analyst on the DrillingInfo Strategy and Analytics Team. He has worked on numerous projects, focusing on well performance and forecasting as well as completion and production analysis. His type curve generation and analysis has been instrumental in the development of multiple DI products. Brendan holds a Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.

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