|1 November 2011|
|Approximately one hour.|
|Robert Gales, VP, Unconventional Resource Projects, Weatherford|
Brought to you LIVE from SPE/ATCE in Denver by Weatherford
Though unconventional plays are rich in resources and high in economic potential, many challenges can be associated with the development of these fields. Have you experienced the challenges of tight project economics, significant geologic uncertainty, large engineering initiatives, multiple wells, rapid decline rates, high service intensity and costs?
Robert Gales, VP Unconventional Projects, has a massive breadth of knowledge around all aspects of these plays. He will share his perspective on how in some ways an unconventional project is just like any other project, but on the other hand it can be much more than that. Robert will discuss the integration of multiple data sets to decrease reservoir uncertainty, optimal well design and service integration, combined with rigorous project execution to achieve optimum efficiency.
We invite petroleum, reservoir, completion, and drilling engineers, geoscientists and asset managers to view our “It’s Just Another Well?” webcast to have your many questions answered by the unconventional guru, Robert Gales.
|Robert Gales VP, Unconventional Resource Projects Weatherford|
Weatherford (NYSE/SIX: WFT) is one of the largest global providers of products and services that span the drilling, evaluation, completion, production and intervention cycles of oil and natural gas wells. Weatherford is a new breed of service company - one that can provide the industry with extended products and services, more efficient operations, more powerful research and development capabilities and greater geographic diversity.
Today’s Weatherford is the result of organic growth and innovation, as well as the consolidation of 250+ strategic acquisitions over the past 13 years. From a strategic standpoint, Weatherford has two key objectives - efficiency and productivity. Weatherford strives for efficiency, both in terms of delivering results for its clients as well as leveraging its worldwide infrastructure. The ultimate goal in both cases is to help reduce costs and increase well productivity. As well, Weatherford has created a more streamlined organizational structure to continue a push towards greater individual productivity levels through more intensive recruiting, training and retention.