Eagle Ford Operators & Delegates Gather in Houston to Discuss Mitigating Production Declines

Houston, Texas

It’s a packed house today at the Eagle Ford Production, Artificial Lift & Choke Management Congress 2014.

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Sharing case studies fresh out of the field, the information is real time and real word as we hear from top industry experts and Eagle Ford operators like Pioneer Natural Resources, Primera Energy, Austin Exploration, Murphy Oil, Texas American Resources and Carrizo Oil & Gas talk about the criteria used to achieve optimal artificial lift to keep wells performing at peak levels, after the initial flow rates decline.

It’s all about maximizing oil recovery, flow rate efficiency, and the barrels of oil produced per day.

The conference producers are enhancing the presentations by encouraging direct questions from the delegates via microphones throughout the room.  Delegates (industry experts themselves) are asking panel members to expand upon case studies being presented as well as any other questions they may have.

We’re hearing terms like Rod Pumps – Gas lift – Plunger Lift – Toe Up versus Toe Down – Frac Hits – Offset Fracs

Folks are talking about the problems they’re having with sand. Average lateral lengths on the horizontal part of the well bore in the Eagle Ford are 4,000 to 5,000 feet, with 17 to 20 frac stations at about 10,000 feet of depth.

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