Case Study - Leverage Modified Stochastic Inversion to Understand Drilling and Completion Hazards
Presented by: Dennis Ellison, Principal Consultant - Interpretation
Featured technology: Modified Stochastic Inversion (MSI)
Permian operators have many challenges in the exploration and development of resource plays such as the Wolfcamp-Spraberry in the Midland Basin. Advances in drilling and completions have unlocked enormous amounts of hydrocarbons in the short term, but geology remains the strongest predictor of long-term production.
Dennis Ellison, Principal Consultant - Interpretation
As Principal Consultant for Interpretation at Emerson EPS North America, Dennis helps oil operators reduce costs and leverage their data with next-generation technology. His career started in depth imaging of geologically complex land data and transitioned into reservoir characterization and Quantitative Interpretation, focusing on unconventional reservoir property prediction. Dennis holds a Master’s degree in Geology and Geophysics from the University of Calgary in Canada. He is a member of CSEG, SEG, SPE, EAGE, and APEGA.