Do you currently work in the Delaware, Eagle Ford, or Midland Basin?
Watch our webinar replay, Operator And Completion Trends in the Delaware, Eagle Ford, and Midland Basins. During this session we will do a compare and contrast on completion activity between these three basins. We will also look at material types, proppant type, volumes, and more of the most successful operators, and which pressure pumpers and suppliers are working on these wells. Finally, we analyze differences in well spacing trends among the three basins.
In this session, you’ll learn:
- Where is the most significant concentration of completions happening over the last 18 months between these three areas?
- Who are the operators doing the most completions in these areas?
- The type of completions happening and the volume of material used
- What service companies are doing the completions, and which service companies are supplying the material?
- What are the best completion practices (like fluid type/volume, proppant size/volume, lateral lengths, etc.), and how do they differ among basins?
- What is the effect of these completions over time, and how does that affect production?
- What are the spacing trends and impact of parent and child on well development?
Attend the session for key knowledge on trends affecting your business now.
John Parker, Technical Advisor, Enverus
John started his career in 2008 as an A&D Geologist. Throughout his career, he’s worked in several different basins from prospect to production and specialized in hydraulic fracturing of unconventional reservoirs. John has strategically planned and executed multiple large-scale capital ventures within the oil and gas industry. He is a member of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists and a Certified Petroleum Geologist. He has a Bachelor of Science in Geology from Texas Christian University and an MBA from Tulane University.