Silixa will be presenting on “Learnings from the Marcellus Shale Energy and Environmental Lab (MSEEL) Using Fiber Optic Tools and Geomechanical Modeling” at URTeC 2020, which due to the COVID-19 pandemic will be a fully online event.
The presentation will reveal how to interpret cross-well fiber optic readings during a fracture driven interaction, also known as frac-hit, and how the value is extracted from the data.
Silixa’s Carina® XwellXpress, crosswell low frequency strain and microseismic monitoring service, accurately locates microseismic and strain events in real-time through wireline intervention, allowing operators to improve stimulation and completion designs on the fly.
The diagnostic measurements delivered are crucial for determining fracture half-lengths, which is the main input to well spacing calculations, one of, and possibly the most valuable decision an operator will make during acreage development plans.
Join us for our presentation to learn how our market-leading fiber optic sensing-based service has demonstrated clear value in multiple unconventional plays, leading to increased efficiency and reduced operational costs.
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