Webinar: Unconventional completions
Learn how to choose the right completion for your application
Join us for a webinar focused on efficient and cost-effective technical solutions to improve cash flow for your hydraulic fracturing program.
Details for accessing the webinar will be provided after your registration has been confirmed.
During Unconventional Completions: Choosing the best method for your application, PRESENTER NAME(S) of the Baker Hughes team will highlight the wellbore completion technologies that enable hydraulic fracturing of multiple stages. Specific topics include:
- Ball-activated frac sleeve completions
- Coiled tubing-activated completions
Space is limited to the first 250 registrants. Instructions for joining will be provided by email upon registration.
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If you have any questions related to this event, please contact your Baker Hughes representative or email us at ORGANIZER@BakerHughes.com.
SPEAKER NAME, SPEAKER TITLE
SPEAKER has over 20 years of oilfield experience. His technical background includes: reservoir geology, field development, production enhancement, sand control, water control and completion. SPEAKER was Region Stimulation Engineer for Asia Pacific Region, District stimulation engineer in India and an Applied engineer in Tomball R&D center for BJ Services. He also worked as a field development geologist for Fracmaster Company and YUKOS in Russia. His production enhancement and completion experience includes: workover operations, coil tubing, conventional and unconventional well stimulation, CBM, volcanic, HPHT, Frac pack, geothermal wells, carbonate and sandstone acidizing, water control, onshore and offshore well completion in Russia, USA, India, China, Myanmar, Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia , New Zealand and Australia. SPEAKER has published a number of SPE papers and is an inventor of US patent. He holds a MS degree in Geology and Mining Engineering from Tyumen State Oil and Gas University Russia.
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