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Official Publication of the Denver Section of the Society of Petroleum Engineers 1630 Welton Street, Suite 300 Denver, CO 80202 9 issues yearly, Sept.-May

Wednesday, January 18, 2011 Stuart Cox SPE Distinguished Lecture: 2009-2010 Chief Reservoir Engineer, Marathon Oil Corporation Evaluation of Long-Term Performance of Well Data in Elm Coulee Field The Denver Athletic Club 4th Floor, 1325 Glenarm Place, 303-534-1211 11:30 AM $25.00 with reservations, $30.00 at the door (if space is available)

Noon, Monday, January 16, 2011 RSVP and PAY in ADVANCE on-line at http:/ /connect.spe.org/Denver/Home/ and click on "Register for the General Meeting" or call 303-620-9080

Abstract Unconventional oil reservoirs, such as Bakken, have gained considerable interest in recent years. Performance prediction from these tight reservoirs is a challenge because of the complexity of reservoir flow, well completion, and fracture stimulation techniques. The Elm Coulee Field located in Richland County, Montana is an unconventional development producing from the Bakken reservoir. The field was drilled using both vertical and horizontal wells, however in recent years the use of horizontal wells has been prevalent. The objective of this talk is to review and evaluate the long-term (7 to 10 years) performance of horizontal wells in Elm Coulee Field to develop a better understanding how to predict the performance of younger Bakken fields in North Dakota.

Finally, results from analytical and numerical approaches will be presented to decipher the flow regimes, and to determine the varying decline parameters. We have found that numerical modeling provides a comprehensive prediction of future well performance. The talk will demonstrate how numerical modeling can be used to guide predictions and account variability in reservoir completion properties in low-permeability reservoirs.

Various forms of the Arps decline curve technique are currently used to estimate reserves from unconventional oil and gas reservoirs. This talk will apply these techniques to match the early performance of the Elm Coulee Field and predict future performance of the field. These results will demonstrate that using constant b values overestimate performance of the wells with long transient flow periods in Bakken. In fact, to match the long-term performance of Elm Coulee wells, the numerical value of b had to be decreased periodically.

Biography Stuart Cox is Marathon Oil Corporations Chief Reservoir Engineer for unconventional resource developments. He has 27 years of industry experience focused on operations and reservoir engineering. Since 1994 Stuarts primary focus has been evaluation and production optimization of tight gas and unconventional oil and gas reservoirs. Stuart is a Society of Petroleum Engineers Distinguished Lecturer 2009-2010. He is an in house instructor for pressure transient and production analysis. He graduated from the University of Tulsa with a B.S. degree in Petroleum Engineering in 1984 and is a registered professional engineer in Alaska and Oklahoma. Stuart has authored sixteen papers published by SPE.

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Date: Time: Speaker: Topic: Thursday, January 12, 2012 11:30 am (Bring a sack lunch) George Waters Schlumberger The Effect of Mechanical Properties Anisotropy in the Generation of Hydraulic Fractures in Organic Shales Halliburton Energy Services 19th Floor Frac Room CHASE Building 1125 Seventeenth Street, Suite 1900 Denver, CO 80202 Wendell Salas @ 303-899-4690 [email protected]

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Biography George Waters is the Unconventional Completions Technical Manager for Schlumberger located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He joined Dowell Schlumberger in 1985 and has held numerous completion engineering assignments starting in 1992, focusing primarily on low permeability hydraulic fracturing optimization. Since 2000 he has concentrated on evaluation and completion of shale gas reservoirs, including horizontal wells. He is currently involved with the geomechanical evaluation and completion design of organic shale reservoirs under exploration outside of North America. He holds a BS in Petroleum Engineering from West Virginia University, a MS in Environmental Engineering from Oklahoma State University, and a MS in Petroleum Engineering from Institut Francais du Petrole. He was a 2009-10 SPE Distinguished Lecturer on the topic of Completion of Organic Shale Reservoirs.

vertical fracture conductivity. Each of these factors can result in un-optimized hydrocarbon productivity.

Abstract Organic shale reservoirs have very low matrix permeabilities. An extensive conductive hydraulic fracture network is necessary to impose a pressure drop in the formation to produce hydrocarbons at an economic rate. In addition, horizontal wells permit the initiation of multiple hydraulic fractures within the reservoir section of the organic shale. The location of the lateral landing point can have a significant impact on hydraulic fracture geometry. The stimulated fracture system is influenced by the extensive horizontal laminations that are pervasive in shale reservoirs. The laminations will strongly influence the hydraulic fracture height because of the difference in rock mechanical properties measured normal and parallel to the bedding planes. In order to accurately predict fracturing height from logs in this environment, these mechanical property differences must be taken into account.

Rocky Mountain Environmental Health & Safety Peer Group (RMEHSPG) meeting

Thursday, January 19th from 8:30am-3:00pm Go to http://www.rmehspg.org/index.html for location and more information

A series of sonic logs have been run in organic shales and the stress profile generated from these logs has been estimated, accounting for the difference in mechanical properties in the vertical and horizontal directions. This stress profile has been calibrated to measured closure stresses acquired in-situ via microfracturing of multiple intervals in vertical, openhole environments. The results show that ignoring the impact of mechanical property anisotropy can lead to significant errors in the estimation of hydraulic fracture height. Correspondingly, the optimal landing point of a horizontal wellbore may not be selected when ignoring this effect. This can result in excessively high fracture initiation pressures, difficulty achieving injection rate or proppant placement, and unexpected fracture height growth. Simulations of hydraulic fracture width indicate that thin high-stress intervals can create pinch points that limit

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January Lunch and Learn

Steve Hawthorne, Landman, Noble Energy, Inc. Land Considerations: Laws/Regulations Wednesday, January 11th 11:30am-1:00pm, lunch will be provided

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QEP Resources Office, 1050 17th St. 7th floor conference room [email protected] by Tuesday 5:00pm so we can provide the appropriate amount of food.

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32nd Annual SPE Denver Section SPE-Denver Winter Racquetball/Handball Tournament

DATE: DATE TIME: TIME LOCATION: Friday, February 24, 2012 F id y, F b y 24, 12:30 Finished 12 30 - Fi i h d The Denver Athletic Club 1325 Glenarm Place Denver, Denver Colorado $35.00 $35 00 entry fee includes refreshments and Dinner / Awards Banquet Make check payable to Denver Section SPE (or sign up online) Friday, Friday February 17 2012 12:00 p m 17, 2012, p.m. Trophies and door prizes presented at awards banquet. banquet Racquetball: Open, A, B, C+, C and Novice. Handball: A/B, C/D Chairman discretion to combine divisions depending on entries. entries Start at 12:30 P M P.M. (Please check in at least 20 minutes early ) early.) Open/A/B players will be notified of start time. Tournament Chairman has the right to re-classify entrants. Each player will T t Ch i h th i ht t re classify t t E h l l if ill play several short matches in a round robin format or standard tournament pl y d p di g play depending on number of participants. Ey P t ti R q i d b f p ti ip t Eye Protection Required. John Arsenault, Chairman J h A lt, Ch i MHA Petroleum Consultants 730 17th Street Suite 410 Street, Denver, CO 80202 303.277.0270 303 277 0270 [email protected] John Berning, A i t t Ch i J h B i g, Assistant Chairman National Oilwell Varco, Inc. 216 16th Street Suite 915 Denver, CO 80202 720.897.4026 720 897 4026 [email protected]

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Denver Section Society of Petroleum Engineers

Continuing Education Short Course Offering

Rodney Schulz, Consultant

Oil and Gas Economics and Uncertainty

Instructor: Date: Location:

1.6 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) will be awarded by SPE-Americas Office for this 2-day course.

Brown Palace Hotel and Spa, 321 Seventeenth Street, Denver, CO 80202, (303) 297-3111

Tuesday - Wednesday, January 24-25, 2012, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

This 2-day course will teach participants how to identify, evaluate, and quantify risk and uncertainty in every day oil and gas economic situations. It reviews the development of pragmatic tools, methods, and understandings for professionals that are applicable to companies of all sizes. The course also briefly reviews statistics, the relationship between risk and return, and hedging and future markets. Other topics include:

Course Description

This course will help you develop a better understanding of factors that could impact your daily economic decisions as well as establish a new set of applicable tools to use in your professional career. The course is designed for engineers with interests in unconventional reservoir evaluation. This course is for professionals involved with economic evaluations, forecasting, and economic decisions in the upstream oil and gas business. This course targets producers and operators with oilfield experience.

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Strength and weakness of traditional econcometric analysis methods The efficient market hypothesis and its application to oil and gas price forecasting Proven volatility/uncertainty reduction methods and tools for the operational side of business How to scientifically and statistically incorporate differing perspectives Ways to develop a revenue forecast that takes the uncertainties into account Portfolio design and management This course targets producers and operators with oilfield experience

Who Should Attend

Rodney Schulz is formerly of ConocoPhillips, where he held a variety of engineering (primarily reservoir), finance and organizational efficiency positions throughout North America over a 15 year period. Since leaving ConocoPhillips in 2009 Schulz has served as an expert witness on oil and gas asset valuation for a federal bankruptcy court and a major international law firm. In addition to his oil and gas production experience Rod has also served as the financial director/CFO for an organization with 150 employees in six states. In 2003, while still with ConocoPhillips, he started Schulz Financial, a retail investment advisory company that now manages $7 million for 27 households/40 clients and boasts a 98% client retention ratio through a very difficult time for equity markets. Currently, Schulz is putting together several oil and gas field redevelopment deals in south Texas while continuing to grow Schulz Financial and Schulz Consulting.

About the Instructor

The registration deadline is January 6, 2012. The registration fee is $1,400 for members and $1,600 for nonmembers and is fully refundable until that time. For more details, contact Darien OBrien, P.E. at [email protected] or (303) 934-5979. Make your check payable to SPE Denver Section and mail to: Darien OBrien, 1632 South Lamar Street, Lakewood, Colorado 80232-7038. Please include the course name, your FULL name (as you would like it to appear on the course completion certificate), SPE member number (if applicable), Title, Company, e-mail address, postal address, phone and fax number. You may also register and pay on-line at http://connect.spe.org/denver/home/.

Rod has a B.S. in petroleum engineering from the University of Kansas and an MBA from Duke Universitys Fuqua School of Business. You can see his most recent publications, which will be referred to throughout the course.

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Denver Section Society of Petroleum Engineers

Continuing Education Short Course Offering

Asset Management ­ Tools, Process and Practice

Instructor: Date: Location: Alok Jain, Asset Management Solutions 1.6 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) will be awarded by SPE-Americas Office for this 2-day course. Brown Palace Hotel and Spa, 321 Seventeenth Street, Denver, CO 80202, (303) 297-3111 Tuesday - Wednesday, February 28-29, 2012, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Participants in this 2-day course will learn to develop and put in context an integrated asset management plan. They will begin by defining the asset from the earliest phases and work through its lifecycle, including the entire infrastructure, facilities, equipment and services. Topics include:

Course Description

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Define the contents of an asset management plan External factors such as fiscal terms, host government policies, regulatory requirements, etc. Macroeconomic factors such as the price of products, goods, and services Internal factors such as company policies, external commitments, resources, decision-making processes and criteria, roles and responsibilities, authority guidelines, rewards, and budgets The asset management process, including key decisions and deliverables Roles of multi-disciplinary team members and monitoring their performance Information needed from each discipline in various stages of the asset lifecycle Role of benchmarking, post-auditing, and continuous improvement An overview of asset management tools and examples from the field, including frequent mistakes

Youll learn asset management strategies and skills that can immediately be utilized in the field.

Why You Should Attend Who Should Attend

This course is designed for professionals across the full spectrum of oil and gas operations.

Jain holds a BS in chemical engineering from Panjab University, India, a postgraduate diploma in petroleum refining and petrochemicals from the Indian Institute of Petroleum and an MS in petroleum engineering from the University of Alberta in Canada.

Alok Jain is a director of Asset Management Solutions, a training and consulting firm that he formed after taking retirement from ConocoPhillips in late 2003. In his 22 years with Conoco, Jain served in technical and leadership roles in asset management, project management and reservoir engineering. Prior to Conoco, he worked for 11 years in the petroleum industry in Canada, United States, and Libya in economic evaluation, reservoir engineering and development, and as a reservoir simulation engineer with Gulf Oil Company in Venezuela, Nigeria, and Canada.

About the Instructor

The registration deadline is February 3, 2012. The registration fee is $1,400 for members and $1,600 for nonmembers and is fully refundable until that time. For more details, contact Darien OBrien, P.E. at [email protected] or (303) 934-5979. Make your check payable to SPE Denver Section and mail to: Darien OBrien, 1632 South Lamar Street, Lakewood, Colorado 802327038. Please include the course name, your FULL name (as you would like it to appear on the course completion certificate), SPE member number (if applicable), Title, Company, e-mail address, postal address, phone and fax number. You may also register and pay on-line at http://connect.spe.org/denver/home/.

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Denver Section Society of Petroleum Engineers

Continuing Education Short Course Offering

Coiled Tubing and its Applications

Instructor: Date: Location: Ed Smalley, NOV CTES Tuesday, March 20, 2012, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Brown Palace Hotel and Spa, 321 Seventeenth Street, Denver, CO 80202, (303) 297-3111

0.8 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) will be awarded by SPE-Americas Office for this 1-day course.

This 1-day course presents an introduction to coiled tubing (CT) as a tool for workover, drilling, and completions. It provides an overview of conventional CT applications, the properties of CT, its manufacture, surface equipment and subsurface tools. A significant portion of the course covers mechanical performance, including working limits, buckling, lockup and fatigue. There will also be a discussion of drilling technology and hydraulics. Coiled tubing has many applications in the oil and gas industry.

Course Description

Anyone involved with exploration and production should be familiar with the basics of this versatile technology.

Why You Should Attend

Coiled tubing has many applications in the oil and gas industry. Anyone involved with exploration and production should be familiar with the basics of this versatile technology.

Who Should Attend

Ed Smalley has more than 30 years of oilfield experience, including new product development, field operations, sales and management. His expertise includes coiled tubing, formation evaluation, coalbed methane, hydraulic fracturing and the commercialization of emerging technology. Smalley began his career with Schlumberger and held various positions in sales and operations. He later joined the Gas Technology Institute, where as director of E&P business development he spearheaded the commercial launch of more than 60 new E&P products. Smalley is currently the general manager of NOV CTES, a leading provider of CT modeling software and specialized CT monitoring devices in Conroe, TX. Smalley holds a BS in Engineering from Kansas State University.

About the Instructor

The registration deadline is March 2, 2012. The registration fee is $750 for members and $950 for nonmembers and is fully refundable until that time. For more details, contact Darien OBrien, P.E. at [email protected] or (303) 934-5979. Make your check payable to SPE Denver Section and mail to: Darien OBrien, 1632 South Lamar Street, Lakewood, Colorado 80232-7038. Please include the course name, your FULL name (as you would like it to appear on the course completion certificate), SPE member number (if applicable), Title, Company, e-mail address, postal address, phone and fax number. You may also register and pay on-line at http://connect.spe.org/denver/home/.

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11:30 a.m. General Meeting

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Continuing Ed Short Course 8-5 Oil and Gas Economics and Uncertainty

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