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Hydraulic Fracturing Topics

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Course Credit: 0.5 CEU, 5 PDH

This is a webinar series that cover various topics on Hydraulic Fracturing Topics:

Session I: Simultaneous Stimulation Of Multi-Well Pads Using Multi-Zone Stimulation Technology

Session II: Application of Low Viscosity Fluids to Hydraulic Fracturing

Session III: Hydraulic Fracture Identification and Production Log Analysis in Unconventionals Using DTS

Session IV: Re-Fracturing: Timing, Prerequisites, Diversion and Application

Session V: Unconventional Frac Jobs for Unconventional Reservoirs – What Should You Be Concerned About?

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 5 chapters

Course Chapters

  • 1Simultaneous Stimulation Of Multi-Well Pads Using Multi-Zone Stimulation Technology
    Media Type: Video

  • 2Application of Low Viscosity Fluids to Hydraulic Fracturing
    Media Type: Video

  • 3Hydraulic Fracture Identification and Production Log Analysis in Unconventionals Using DTS
    Media Type: Video

  • 4Re-Fracturing: Timing, Prerequisites, Diversion and Application
    Media Type: Video

  • 5Unconventional Frac Jobs for Unconventional Reservoirs - What Should You Be Concerned About?
    Media Type: Video

Credits

Earn credits by completing this course0.5 CEU credit5 PDH credits

Speakers

Randy C. Tolman
Larry K. Britt
Kyle Friehauf
George King
Dr. Jennifer L. MiskiminsSpeakerDr. Miskimins holds BS, MS, and PhD degrees in petroleum engineering and has over 25 years of experience in the petroleum industry. Between her BS and graduate degrees, she worked for Marathon Oil Company in a variety of locations as a production engineer and supervisor. Dr. Miskimins started teaching at CSM in 2002 and was full-time until 2013 when she returned to industry. From 2013-2016, she continued to hold a part-time appointment at CSM, advising research and graduate students, while working for Barree & Associates. In 2016, she returned full-time to the university.

Dr. Miskimins specializes in well completions, stimulation, hydraulic fracturing, and associated production issues. She is the founder and current Director of the Fracturing, Acidizing, Stimulation Technology (FAST) Consortium and also co-directs the Center for Earth Materials, Mechanics, and Characterization (CEMMC). Her research interest focus on the optimization of stimulation treatments and the importance of such on associated recovery efficiencies.

Dr. Miskimins served as the first Completions Technical Director on the SPE International Board of Directors from 2016-2018. She was an SPE Distinguished Lecturer in 2010-2011 and 2013-2014 on hydraulic fracturing in unconventional reservoirs. Dr. Miskimins serves on a variety of conference organizing committees, including the SPE Hydraulic Fracturing Technical Conference and Exhibition, and as a technical editor for various journals. She is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Colorado (License #36193).