About this event:
With estimated reserves of up to 16 billion barrels of oil, and 200 trillion cubic feet of natural gas, Oklahoma’s Anadarko Basin has long been a major contributor to U.S. production, but is only just getting started in terms of delivering on its full unconventional production potential.
Lateral well lengths in Oklahoma’s shale formations have increased somewhat, but the biggest increase has been in the production per foot basis. The focus for Oklahoma’s operators is now on…
- Keeping horizontal wells flowing and producing longer to avoid writing reserves down
- Improving capital and production efficiency and driving returns in tier 1, tier 2 and 3 assets
- Optimizing costs and lowering cost per barrel as much as possible
After the resounding success of American Business Conferences’ Oklahoma Shale Water Management SCOOP & STACK Conference in December 2018, American Business Conferences brings the Oklahoma Shale Production Optimization Congress SCOOP & STACK 2019 to Oklahoma City on April 30 and May 1, 2019.
This will be the region’s first event focusing on driving production efficiency and lowering the cost-per-barrel, looking specifically at production techniques, strategies and new technologies against the backdrop of challenges specific to the region.
While having a greater focus on developing a better understanding of the most productive Artificial Lift strategies for the full life of Oklahoma’s wells, the 2019 production optimization conference will also tackle the complexity surrounding flowback and choke management issues including mitigating gas interference, produced sand, solids and frac hits. The event’s second day will also look at the latest automation, production chemical and water management technologies and strategies for making drilling and completions decisions with production optimization in mind.