Understanding the impact of interwell spacing is tough enough before introducing the impact of parent-child depletion. When you add in the fact that both have a strong correlation with geology—especially in the Bakken, where much of the early producers and early downspacing tests were in the best rock–well, then things can really get hairy.
In this talk, we investigate a variety of ways of measuring parent-child and spacing impact, including days online, number of parents within a radius, parent production, and distance to neighbors.
Thursday, 10:45 AM. Theme 8: Successes and Challenges on Data Management and Data Integration II