Are your unconSTRAINed reservoir models STRESSing you out?
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Houston, January 22nd
Houston, January 25th
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Surface drilling data to estimate in real time pore pressure, natural fractures, stresses, and geomechanical logs for GMXsteering™ and Completion Optimization While Drilling (COWD™)
Are your unconSTRAINed reservoir models STRESSing you out? Join us in Houston, January 22nd / 25th
to learn new 3G constrained frac design and production forecast using the fastest and most user friendly softwareRead more about our trainings...Register...
A Holistic Approach Tailored to your Unconventional Reservoir
FracGeo provides software and services to improve modeling and development of unconventional reservoirs. We leverage a unique geomechanical simulator that incorporates geological variability to provide constraints to our adaptive frac design and well spacing optimization. The result is an integrated solution that uses all the available data to reduce risk and increase ROI.
Geomechanical logs, pore pressure, stresses, porosity, and natural fractures from surface drilling data in real time to steer the well in the most fracable rock Learn more
The world’s first and only 3G software designed for optimizing the development of Unconventional reservoirsLearn more
Unique workflow that combines Geology, Geophysics and Geomechanics (3G) to constrain Engineering solutions Learn more
Asymmetric Frac Design and Pressure Depletion
Constrained asymmetric frac design and pressure depletion estimated from Tri-Linear model and Fast Marching Method (FMM) to optimize recovery and reduce well interferences Learn more
Use FracPredictor™, our 3G software
To answer challenging questions...
Do you constrain elastic seismic inversions with lithology for reliable estimation of geomechancial properties?
Are your natural fracture models validated?
Does your geomechanical simulation of differential stress benefit from variable elastic property and natural fracture distributions?
Why is my microseismic so different from one stage to another?
How far do you need to be from a fault to avoid water production?
Where to inject disposal water to avoid causing earthquakes?
Do you need that many frac stages and with that spacing?
Do you account for asymmetric SRVs in your frac design and reservoir models?
Can your frac design handle asymmetric half lengths?
Where does your proppant go? and why?
Is your treatment adapted to the subsurface conditions? If not what can you do about it?
Is your reservoir simulation showing the correct depleted Zone?