Wed, Jan 18|
Pioneer Natural Resources (Room E1205)
January Luncheon - Sergio Ojeda, Permian Resources - Observations and Impacts of Delaware Basin Lineaments
Trial and Error 2.0: A Successful Case Study and Workflow for Upper Wolfcamp (WFMP) Non-Perf Zones (NPZ’s) and Production Remediation utilizing 3D Seismic, Completion Data, and Ultrasonic Borehole Measurements in the Delaware Basin, Reeves County, TX
Time & Location
Jan 18, 2023, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM CST
Pioneer Natural Resources (Room E1205), 777 Hidden Ridge, Irving, TX 75038, USA
About The Event
A series of NW-SE trending near-vertical grabens, or “lineaments”, are present across much of the Western portion of Reeves County, TX within the Delaware Basin. Such lineaments are interpreted to be the pathway for communication that causes an increase in both Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) and anomalously high water-oil ratios (WOR’s) in recent Upper WFMP Horizontal wells. However, not all wells completed across lineaments result in high H2S/WOR’s. Therefore, it is pertinent to identify those high-risk lineaments to determine if a well will be economic or not. The purpose of this work is to present a successful case study and workflow that aids in deciding which lineaments are candidates for NPZ’s and how to approach production remediation if needed.
Sergio R. Ojeda
Vice President of Geosciences, Permian Resources
Mr. Ojeda serves as Vice President of Geosciences for Permian Resources since September 2022. Prior to that, he served as Vice President of Geosciences of Colgate Energy since inception in 2016. Mr. Ojeda obtained his B.A. in Geology and Music (2009) and his M.S. in Geosciences (2011) all from Texas Tech University.
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