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SPE Oklahoma City Section Event Calendar


  • SPE OKC Section 20th Annual Pistol League Tournament

    Friday, January 15 - Friday, February 26, 2021
    Join the SPE for the 20th annual pistol league. About this Event SPE OKC Section 20th Annual Pistol League Tournament January 15th & 29th and February 12th & 26h 2021 You must Check-in between 11:00 AM & 1:00 PM H&H Gun Range, 400 S. Vermont, Suite 110, OKC, OK 73108 (Near I-40 & Meridian} • Must have SPE dues current (with proof) prior to 1st shoot • Registration deadline is Friday, JANUARY 8th. If payment is not received by deadline, alternate entries will be accepted. • Lunch included each shooting day. • Ammunition is not provided. No Steel Core Bullets!! • Scoring will be on an individual basis. • Scorecards, to count, must be turned in each Friday. • Hearing and eye protection required for all Shooters. • All handguns are to be HOLSTERED when not in use. • Must shoot on 3 of the 4 Fridays to qualify for the drawing. Must be present to win. • Center fire pistol or revolver. No compensated/modified handguns. • Must have holster, 4 magazines/speed loaders and magazine holders prior to the 1st shoot. • NO ALCOHOL! Must agree to and follow all safety rules. • LIMITED TO THE 1ST 85 SHOOTERS TO SIGN UP!! Sponsorships are available! Contact for additional information: Phil Owens: (405) 373-9043 or Dave Harris (405) 641-9551 or Randall Thompson (405) 664-4636

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    Oklahoma City, OK, United States

  • 22nd Annual Wintertime Sporting Clays League

    Friday, February 5 - Friday, April 16, 2021
    22nd Annual SPE Sporting Clay League About this Event OKC SPE will pay only for 6 shoots. Additional score cards will not be accepted. 2. If you miss a Friday, you can make it up anytime prior to the next shoot. 3. In order to be considered for the awards, you must have six scores and have attended a minimum of 4 (Four) Friday shoots. Only 2 scores will be accepted per shooting day. Only 1 score on the last Friday. All scores must be turned in by 1:00 p.m. April 16, 2021, to count in the overall scoring. 4. NO ALCOHOL ALLOWED AT ANY TIME BEFORE, DURING OR AFTER. 5. EYE AND EAR PROTECTION REQUIRED. 6. Awards will be given after the final shoot on April 16. You MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN! 7. NO SHOT LARGER THAN 7 1/2

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    McLoud, OK, United States

  • SPE OKC - March Monthly Luncheon

    Thursday, March 18, 2021, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM CT
    Taking a Leap: From Employee to Entrepreneur Tanhee Galindo is the Co-owner of GeoKimika Oil & Gas, an Oilfield Chemistry Testing and Consulting company and GK Oilfield Solutions, a software development company. She is a  multidisciplinary entrepreneur and scientist,  focused on developing, and commercializing technologies. Her experience ranges from developing new oilfield chemical formulations to new cloud platform services in the energy and chemical manufacturing industries. In her previous roles, spanning over 12 years at Major Service and Chemical Companies, Tanhee has received several patents and authored industry papers related to oilfield chemistry and their application in the field. Tanhee holds a BS in Biology/Chemistry from Sam Houston State University. 

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  • SPE OKC - March Geosciences Study Group

    Thursday, March 25, 2021, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM CT
    Quantifying Vertical Drainage Frac Height and Well Communication Using Geochemical Fingerprinting Technology About this Event Abstract   Enabled by high-resolution geochemical analysis tools and data analytics techniques, the industry started to unravel the values in geochemical information extracted directly from the produced fluid and rock samples. There are thousands of compounds naturally occurring in the hydrocarbon that carry tremendous amount of information about subsurface fluid flow and reservoir dynamics. By directly monitoring and data mining the unique geochemical fingerprints in the produced oil and oil extracted from the rock, critical reservoir characterization and performance information such as fluid mobility, drainage frac heights, and well communication can be quantified through time to facilitate reservoir development decision-making. This presentation will cover the fundamentals of geochemical fingerprint technology and its key applications to improve unconventional reservoir economics and reserves calculation by guiding well stacking & spacing, completion design, as well as EOR decisions. Biography   Faye Liu is the founder and CEO of RevoChem LLC, a Houston-based company pioneering geochemical fingerprinting technology to optimize energy production process. With businesses across both North and South America and clients of most major energy producers including BP, Chevron, Shell, ConocoPhillips, her company is assisting the energy industry to improve efficiency, reduce cost and environmental impacts. She and her company were figured in the Houston Chronicle and San Antonio Express, and the technology the company invented has been reported in multiple energy industry journals. Faye holds a Ph.D. and M.S. in Geochemistry, both from Indiana University, Bloomington. She also holds a B.S. in environmental engineering. She has first-authored over a dozen peer-reviewed papers which have been cited over 500 times globally. SPE OKC is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84417977722 Meeting ID: 844 1797 7722 One tap mobile +13462487799,,84417977722# US (Houston) +12532158782,,84417977722# US (Tacoma)

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  • Rescheduled - SPE OKC - April Monthly Luncheon - SPE Distinguished Lecturer

    Thursday, April 22, 2021, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM CT
    SPE Oklahoma City - February Monthly Luncheon SPE Distinguished Lecturer - Junjing (ZJ) Zhang - Mitigating Production Degradation Due to Frac Hits in Unconventional Reservoirs In unconventional reservoirs, a "frac hit" is the infill-to-parent well communication during hydraulic fracturing. In most shale plays, production from the parent-infill well system drops below original forecasts due to production degradation after fracture hits from offset wells.  This study reviews current methods to mitigate the production degradation and evaluates the effectiveness of these methods. Major challenges and opportunities are also presented. The mitigation methods discussed in this lecture include (1) applying far-field diverter during fracturing in the infill wells, (2) reinjecting water into the parent wells and (3) refracturing parent wells. Key design considerations for each method are presented in detail. A total of 565 fracture "hit events" at 41 impacted parent wells are statistically analyzed. Long-term well performance of several hundred impacted wells are also evaluated. Based on the comprehensive analysis, the abovementioned three mitigation methods are field-proven and effective in protecting parent wells and improving infill well stimulation efficiency. With low operational costs, pumping far-field diverters results in a P50 EUR increment by 6%, with a 20% failure rate in the parent well protection. Water reinjection in the parent wells shows successful parent well protection, but the impact on the long-term well performance is negligible. Re-stimulation of properly selected parent wells with near-wellbore diverters indicates a P50 EUR increment by 40%. Selection of parent well protection methods needs to be fit-for-purpose and is fundamentally dictated by well conditions, operational experience and economic models applicable to the area. Take-away: "Frac hit" mitigation methods need to be fit-for-purpose and are fundamentally dictated by well conditions, operational experience and specific economic models. Biography: Junjing Zhang is a senior engineer in the Global Wells organization at ConocoPhillips. He supports completion and fracturing across ConocoPhillips assets in Lower 48 Eagle Ford, Bakken, Alaska, China, Canada and Australia. He has 12 years of research and industry experience. Zhang has developed expertise in well stimulation, wellbore related geomechanics and applied data analytics. Zhang holds a PhD degree from Texas A&M University. He has received 5 SPE awards, including the 1 st place award for the SPE International Student Paper Contest (PhD group). Zhang also received the ConocoPhillips Outstanding Early Career Technologist Award. He has authored 9 journal publications, and has made over 30 presentations at various SPE occasions. He currently serves as program committee member and session chair for the SPE Hydraulic Fracturing Technology Conference and Exhibition. Zhang is also a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Texas, U.S.A.

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  • SPE OKC - 15th Annual SPE Masquerade Ball

    Saturday, August 21, 2021, 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM CT
    Join the OKC section of the Society of Petroleum Engineers for the 15th annual SPE Masquerade Ball benefiting the Willow Springs Boys Ranch! About this Event Description Join the Society of Petroleum Engineers for the 15th Annual SPE Masquerade Ball benefitting Willow Springs Boys Ranch of Chandler, OK. In keeping with tradition, we will have a silent auction and balloon raffle to support WSBR. This year we are adding a live auction, so   please download the Bray Auction App ! Bring your mask and enjoy a fun night including dinner and drinks, casino games, music and a chance to win some amazing prizes and trips! Your ticket includes dinner, 2 drink tickets and $50 Casino Cash, which is used to play for tickets to be entered into a raffle at the end of the night. Order your balloons in advance (they always sell out!) and each balloon wins a prize! Help us exceed our goal of again raising over $20,000 for WSBR as we enjoy a night of fun with friends while giving back to our community. What is Willow Springs Boys Ranch? Willow Springs Boys Ranch is a long-term residential childcare facility that accepts applications from boys between the ages 7 to 12 years old. Boys are able to live on the ranch until they graduate from high school, obtain their G.E.D. or participate in an independent living program after graduation. The Ranch takes boys orphaned, abandoned, in need of supervision or from broken or dysfunctional homes. Why hold this event? SPE believes that its members have been blessed with successful careers and as such it is our social responsibility to make a positive impact on others in our communities. Willow Springs Boys Ranch is a local opportunity to invest our time, labor and finances to yield a positive future for several young men that desire a chance to become successful adults. SPE also believes it is important for the energy industry to foster positive relationships of trust within our local communities. As such, we encourage our members to be personally involved in a variety of positive initiatives throughout our neighborhoods, communities and state. For more information, visit Willow Springs Boys Ranch website: http://www.wsbr.ws/about FAQs What is the dress code? Black tie optional and a coat check will be available. What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? Valet will be available Will it be a cash only bar? Yes, the bar will be cash only. There is an ATM on site If I win a silent auction package what forms of payment will be accepted? Credit card is the easiest option. We will be using the Bray Auction App for our silent auction and you can check out through the app itself. Any additional questions please contact Katie Plas (katie.plas@gmail.com)

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    Nichols Hills, OK, United States