SPE Hydraulic Fracturing Conference Talks Frac Hits, Well Spacing, and the Science (and Art) of Infill Drilling in Unconventionals.

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The need for more answers on inter-well communication, namely the issue of frac hits, will be a central theme at the 11th annual SPE Hydraulic Fracturing Conference and Exhibition (HFTC). For the first time, the topic will be covered in-depth during the conference’s opening plenary session titled, “Frac Hits, Well Spacing, and the Science (and Art) of Infill Drilling in Unconventionals.”

Over the past decade, HFTC has represented one of the unconventional sector’s premier venues for sharing the latest insights on emerging techniques and technologies that have shaped shale development. The conference will be held in The Woodlands, Texas, about 30 miles north of downtown Houston, between 5-7 February and the program’s agenda can be found here. An early registration discount is available through 3 January.

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