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Real-Time Completions Refinement with Electromagnetics

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A Troubled Year To date, 2020 was one of the most challenging years for a majority of businesses, and the oilfield industry was no exception. Since the beginning of last year, over 15 companies have been bought or merged, while over 30 companies have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. However,…

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Sam Young is a completions engineer at Deep Imaging. He helps Deep Imaging’s partner operators address and solve problems they are facing with their completion development strategy. With a wide range of industry experience in horizontal completions, operations and reservoir engineering, Young excels in unconventional design optimization, data analytics and enhancing well performance. He holds a BS degree in petroleum engineering with a minor in mechanical engineering from Texas Tech University. Contact: samyoung@deepimaging.com

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