EV Goes Virtual With SPE ATCE 2020
22 October 2020
This year, the SPE Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition (ATCE) will be delivered virtually. ATCE is SPE’s annual meeting of members and features ground breaking papers and special technical events designed to accelerate the application of innovations in every technical discipline. The event brings together thousands of E&P professionals for technical learning, networking, and collaborating on the collective goals of the industry.
Have you ever wondered what attending a virtual conference would be like? Now is your chance! The three day event has a host of planned technical presentations with attendees expected from all over the world. Join us at our virtual booth to speak to our team to find out how we can help solve a number of highly challenging production and integrity issues. Our team will be available for the duration of the event on the virtual platform for a one-to-one chat, audio or video call. Don't forget to attend our Technical Presentation on Tuesday 27th at 2:10pm in Online Session Room 6.
We have a limited number of free guest registration passes available for the event. Please get in touch with an EV representative if you'd like to attend the show and our technical presentation.
Technical Paper Presentation on "Evidence Of Significant Casing Erosion Damage Caused By Leaking Frac Plugs During Stimulation Leads To Uncertain Proppant Distribution Results"
Join us on Tuesday 27th October at 2.10pm (UTC-5) in Online Session Room 6 for a Technical Paper (SPE-201549) presentation on "Evidence Of Significant Casing Erosion Damage Caused By Leaking Frac Plugs During Stimulation Leads To Uncertain Proppant Distribution Results" presented by Todd Lilly, US Land Sr. Technical Sales Advisor.
As an industry leader in downhole video technology, we often find ourselves well positioned to bring evidence to new or newly discovered challenges to the industry. The paper presented will be specific to well completions and the technology primarily used to interrogate perforations, in order to quantify cluster efficiency in plug-and-perf completions. The technology has improved dramatically in operational efficiency and image quality, with the entire pipe wall of the lateral now visually imaged. Join us as we explore the effects of casing erosion damage caused by leaking frac plugs.
Our virtual listing showcases case stories and applications of Optis Infinity technology paired with Visual Analytics services. Find out how EV are delivering game-changing information to maximise the efficiency and drive down the cost of well intervention operations.
Optis Infinity builds upon the industry proven and market leading Optis technology platform, providing a ground-breaking, 360°, top-to-toe perspective of well performance and integrity in stunning high definition.
Combining high-definition images of individual perforations with accurate measurements of entry hole geometry, PerforationVA provides the most complete in-situ perforation evaluation available. Our unrivalled data analysis capabilities deliver unique insights for unconventional perforating applications.
Hydraulic fracture specialists design limited entry treatments to mitigate the unwanted effects of perforation erosion. When engineered changes are made to treatment parameters, frac specialists need clear information to understand the effects of these changes, the impact on fracture propagation and placement of proppant volumes. Through the integration of qualitative and quantitative erosion assessments, PerforationVA provides a complete picture of the fracture treatment and a cost-effective diagnostic tool to evaluate success.
RestrictionVA delivers rapid and comprehensive evaluation of downhole restrictions, identifying their root cause and determining their severity. Through quantified visual assessment and advanced computer modelling techniques, RestrictionVA provides the definitive, proactive service for de-risking well interventions.
RestrictionVA utilizes EV’s technologically advanced Optis® and Optis Infinity™ imaging system and EV-Epidote’s unrivalled data analysis expertise. By combining high definition, quantified video and multi-sensor data from sources such as multi-finger calipers, RestrictionVA provides comprehensive assessment of downhole restrictions and a proactive solution to help plan and design well interventions, confirm their viability and minimize operational risk.