Oklahoma City Section

SPE Oklahoma City Section Event Calendar

 

  • October Monthly Luncheon - SCOOP & STACK Deep Dive: Activity, Outlook and its Place at the National

    Thursday, October 18, 2018, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CT
    Abstract SCOOP, STACK and MERGE plays have seen significant increase in oil & gas development in recent years. With application of modern high-density horizontal completions, promising well results have been achieved across multiple landing zones (Woodford, Osage, Meramec). Activity has already entered into the development stage in several parts of the basin pushing Oklahoma oil production above 500,000 barrels per day (all-time high level). In this presentation, we will look into the latest well design, productivity and well economics trends in SCOOP/STACK in the context of other major U.S. liquid and resource plays. Further, we will address proppant market, pressure pumping and takeaway capacity situation to evaluate the challenges which SCOOP & STACK operators face these days. Finally, we will highlight the shifts in well spacing patterns and look into specific case examples to understand down-spacing results. Some market participants tend to share the opinion that SCOOP & STACK is a rounding error when nationwide oil production growth is considered. We will illustrate that there are several factors which challenge such statements. Speaker Ryan Carbrey is a Senior Vice President with Rystad Energy. He has over 10 years of data analysis and strategy consulting experience. He works closely with clients across the upstream oil and gas value chain, including super majors, independents, oilfield service providers, equipment manufacturers, and financials, both in North America and internationally. Mr. Carbrey leads Rystad’s North America shale / unconventional intelligence and consulting practice. Mr. Carbrey provides consulting expertise primarily on projects relating to oilfield services and upstream oil and gas. In addition to his corporate experience, Mr. Carbrey was previously an entrepreneur, having built and sold his own data analytics company.

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    Oklahoma City, OK, United States

  • Completions Study Group

    Wednesday, October 24, 2018, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CT
    Presentation Abstract for SPE OKC Completions Study Group by Dave Bucior (Tracerco, a Johnson Matthey Company) Tying Your Well Data Together : A Geoscientist’s 4-Dimensional View of Well Production Performance Understanding individual horizontal well stage performance and tying in expectations based upon reservoir properties, geology, petrophysics, geochemistry and geosteering results, along with stimulation observations is key to both best practices for on-going well design and completion technique improvements. The presentation will illustrate the use of 4D chemical tracer stage production (TPL) to correlate zonal productivity and drilling, stimulation, and production design and evaluate drilling and completion decisions.   It will provide case studies comparing actual stage tracer production results with pre-completion data, petrophysics and geophysical expectations (from seismic, petrophysical logs, landing zone, etc.). Using this knowledge, the operator can amend future well development plans with a greater confidence that the changes made will result in enhanced ultimate hydrocarbon recovery. Presenter Bio: David Bucior Tracerco Business Development Manager – Reservoir Dave began his 33-year career in industrial tracer diagnostic applications with Tracerco in 1985. Through the course of his career, Dave has experienced tracer application from all perspectives, ranging from site work as a Field Engineer responsible for individual project delivery through to Business Management responsible for strategic global business development. Dave has significant experience with tracer applications in all areas of the hydrocarbon supply chain including subsurface, topsides, downstream refining and petrochemical as well as gasoline distribution. Dave is a recognized tracer applications expert and though-out the course of his career he has authored and co-authored numerous published papers for engineering associations and trade journals. Dave is currently managing Tracerco’s Reservoir Business in North America. Given the high volume of unconventional shale oil development in North America, his recent focus has been centered upon ensuring deliverables to meet demand for Tracerco’s recently patented hydrocarbon tagging technology providing empirical measurement of  hydrocarbon production per stage in unconventional wells.

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    Oklahoma City, OK, United States

  • SPE Oktoberfest Social

    Thursday, October 25, 2018, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM CT
    Greetings all! SPE YP invites you to join us for a night of drinks, food, and networking at McNellie’s! Thursday October 25th, 2018 from 6pm - 9pm SPE YP will be hosting a social to allow our members the opportunity to meet and catch up with fellow members of the oil and gas industry. Tickets are available for $20 and will include two drink tickets as well as dinner. Tickets are available for purchase on the Eventbrite page and at the door. Attire is business casual. Date and Time: Thursday, October 25th, 2018 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM Location: James E. McNellie's Pub 1100 Classen Dr Oklahoma City, OK 73103 For questions regarding the Social, please contact Nik Gardner at  Nik.Gardner@clr.com  or Colin Woolums at Colin.Woolums@chk.com.

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    OKC, OK, United States

  • Fall Golf Tournament - hosted by YP

    Friday, October 26, 2018, 11:30 AM - 5:00 PM CT
    Grab your clubs and come support the OKC Society of Petroleum Engineers – Young Professionals as we kickoff our   11th Annual Golf Tournament ! Lunch will be provided to all participants beginning at 11:30am, and the tournament is schedule for a 1pm shotgun start! Don't forget a great selection of door prizes will also be provided. When: October 26th, 2018 Where: KickingBird Golf Club in Edmond, OK Format: Four-person scramble, $540 per team   (2 mulligans per player included) Raffle Tickets: $5 each – Unlimited ** To register by mail/check and avoid the credit card fees, or if you need additional information, please contact Dillon Bellamy at   Dillon.Bellamy@halliburton.com   or Adam Drake at   ADrake@cameron.slb.com

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    Edmond, OK, United States

  • Environmental Study Group

    Tuesday, October 30, 2018, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CT
    SPE Environment Study Group Luncheon Tuesday October 30th , 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM TWIN HILLS COUNTRY CLUB Cost: $25 Benefits of Reuse & Recycling in Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Presented by Jimmy Stallings, President and CEO, ENVIROTECH ENGINEERING & CONSULTING, INC.   Abstract: Benefits of Reuse and Recycling in Oil and Gas Exploration and Production  – Over the past ten years drilling and production technologies have evolved rapidly in the Oil and Gas Industry.  Today environmental sustainability is not only the right thing to do, but it has become a necessity for drilling projects to continue in water-deficient areas of the country.  In addition, disposal and repurposing of drill cuttings are essential for keeping total operations costs under control.  This presentation will explore beneficial reuse and recycling of produced water and oil-based drill cuttings.  We will also explore the economic impacts of meaningful reuse, and potential negative environmental impacts if proper design, treatment, and construction methods are not followed.  The rules and regulations discussed in this presentation will be based on regulatory requirements from the Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC), and will also discuss similarities and differences in regulatory environments of the neighboring states (Texas and New Mexico).      Biography: James R. (Jimmy) Stallings was born and raised in Enid, Oklahoma. Following his high school graduation, Jimmy attended Auburn University in Alabama where he graduated with a B.S. in Civil Engineering with an Environmental Emphasis.  After working for several years in Atlanta, GA after graduation Mr. Stallings returned to Enid in 2002 to join ENVIROTECH ENGINEERING & CONSULTING, INC., in the capacity of Principal Engineer. ENVIROTECH, is a Civil Engineering and Environmental Consulting firm comprised of a multi-disciplined team of engineers, scientists, and technicians with backgrounds in civil, environmental, geotechnical and petroleum engineering, hydrology, geology, hydraulics, environmental science, water resources, solid waste management, soil/water science, and construction materials testing. Mr. Stallings is currently co-owner, President and CEO of the firm and a Registered Professional Engineer in Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, New Mexico, Illinois, Wyoming, and Utah

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    OKC, OK, United States

  • Production Study Group

    Thursday, November 1, 2018, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CT
    SPE OKC Production Study Group Date/Time: Thursday, November 1st, 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM  Location: Twin Hills Golf and Country Club Price: $25 Speaker:Jeff Dwiggins Topic: ESP Failure Analysis Speaker Bio: Jeff Dwiggins has worked in the oil and gas industry for 30+ years and in the ESP industry since 1989.  Prior to starting his consulting career, Jeff worked for Mobil Oil Corporation, Reda Pump Company and Wood Group ESP in various capacities.  In 2002 Jeff founded Dwiggins Consulting LLC and subsequently founded Artificial Lift Solutions Pte Ltd (ALS), a Singapore company in 2009.  Over the years Jeff has become recognized as an expert in the application and operation of electric submersible pumping systems (ESPs).  Jeff and his team of engineers work on a wide variety of ESP and artificial lift projects throughout the world.   Jeff was the project engineer for the initial development of cable deployed and coiled tubing deployed ESPs.  Jeff holds patents on these applications and has authored papers on these topics.  Additionally, Jeff has authored several SPE papers and articles on various topics relating to ESPs.  Jeff routinely teaches courses on ESP failure analysis teaching in such forums as the ESP Symposium, Artificial Lift Conference and Exhibition, Middle East Artificial Lift Conference and others.  Currently Jeff and his team are working projects throughout the world including North America in conventional and unconventional applications.     Abstract: The past decade has witnessed an ever-expanding utilization of electric submersible pumps (ESPs) in the unconventional plays throughout North America.  Unfortunately, performance and runlife have not achieved the results that many operators desired or expected.  ESPs are recognized to provide high-rate volumes that operators demand in today’s current environment.  However, these initially high production volumes often decline rapidly.  Further, as volumes decline, gas void fractions can rise dramatically, or in many cases, large slugging cycles occur.  And, completion methods often lead to large volumes of solids being produced through the ESP.  All these issues have lead to less than desirable performance from the ESP systems.    Jeff will discuss methods and options to address these challenges.   Jeff will present examples of challenges faced in maintaining ESP performance in the challenging world of unconventional wells and completion technologies.   There will be a broad ranging discussion on applications, performance and failure analysis.   Specific examples and methods will be discussed that could lead to performance improvement, if properly implemented. 

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    OKC, OK, United States

  • SPE Tequila Spirits Tasting

    Friday, November 2, 2018, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM CT
    Join the Oklahoma City section of the Society of Petroleum Engineers on November 2nd, for our second Spirits Tasting Event of the year! The theme of this event will be centered around Tequila. This intimate event is limited to 90 tickets so don't wait! Tickets are $100 per person and will include 4 gourmet food and Tequila selections as well as other goodies supplied by our generous vendors. Sponsorships are available for this event. The Menu for this event will include 4 different tequilas as well as: 1st course:  Queso fresco-, chorizo-, and spicy prawn-stuffed pimiento de padron 2nd course:  Grilled calamari & seabass ceviche with red chili charred flat bread   3rd course:  Grilled marinated prime skirt steak marinated in chef's special  spinach marinade drizzled with housemade chimichurri with sweet corn  red bliss papas tejanos 4th course:  Ombre 5-layer black raspberry cake with pomegranate vanilla icing  spiced apple and cinnamon mousse Table sponsorships are available for $800 each and include company logo on the menu, signage at table, and 8 tickets to the event. For questions regarding the event or to sign up as a sponsor please contact one of the individuals below. To avoid eventbrite fees, call to make a credit card payment and reserve your table. Phil Owens - (405) 642-0402 Randall Thompson - (405) 664-4636 Caleb Padilla - (405) 474-5000
    OKC, OK, United States

  • SPE OKC Fighting Hunger

    Friday, November 16, 2018, 9:15 AM - 2:00 PM CT
    Spend a morning volunteering with SPE OKC followed by a fun lunch outing at McNellies in Midtown. Meet at the Regional Food Bank at 9:15 AM. Registration is limited to 15 members and must be done in advance. Date: November 16th Time: 9:15 AM – 2:00 PM Location: 3355 S. Purdue Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73179

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    Oklahoma City, OK, United States