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    Default Master's Thesis: Need help with Accumap and Acculog

    Not sure if I am in right sub-forum or not but I was wondering if there is someone who can help me to get the frac data of some of the wells which will really helped me out to finish up my thesis. Unfortunately, my university doesn't have the licence for frac data in Accumaps.

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    Hopefully some industry people who use Accumap can chime in, but in the event they can't, try to get a trial license and quickly grab what you need. Worst case, call Accumap and plead your case that you're a student and they might just give you a temp license or heavily discounted.
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    Accumap has shitty frac data anyways. Geologic ( the new owners of the Frac Database ) would be much better for this in my experience.

    What university are you at? I feel like UofC has some geoscout licenses in the geology department.

    What exactly are you looking for? How many wells?

    I know people who have bounced between Geoscout and accumap trials at startups before trying to save a buck so it can be done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by killramos View Post
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    Accumap has shitty frac data anyways. Geologic ( the new owners of the Frac Database ) would be much better for this in my experience.

    What university are you at? I feel like UofC has some geoscout licenses in the geology department.

    What exactly are you looking for? How many wells?

    I know people who have bounced between Geoscout and accumap trials at startups before trying to save a buck so it can be done.

    I think I got 64 wells in Saskatchewan, all I need is number of frac stages and half length (if I can get more that will definitely be a bonus)... I am in University of Regina so not sure if we have the geoscout licences or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trickyone View Post
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    I think I got 64 wells in Saskatchewan, all I need is number of frac stages and half length (if I can get more that will definitely be a bonus)... I am in University of Regina so not sure if we have the geoscout licences or not.
    If you get the well list to me tonight I can query and dump data for you tomorrow (PM me for email). Otherwise I can do it next week, but I am out of the office thursday friday.

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    Stages is easy to get (sounds like you have a source above). Half length is going to be pretty tough to get (if not impossible), since it isn’t exactly measured directly.

    You might need to reach out to licensees to see if they are willing to provide you with their estimates, it’s a pretty tough parameter to determine. But the operator might have invested in some geomechanical work and may be nice enough to provide you some indications (probably under CA which might make it inadmissible for your thesis).
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    Can get you more data than you'd ever need. Pm'd you.

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    Thanks everyone for helping me out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr2mike View Post
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    Can get you more data than you'd ever need. Pm'd you.
    Mike is the man.

    But in a philosophical level, half - length is total bullshit. Any rock that's having horizontal multi-stage development sure as hell isn't producing bi-wing fracs. If any wells ever did.
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    Truth, it’s a convenient modelling assumption at best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    Mike is the man.

    But in a philosophical level, half - length is total bullshit. Any rock that's having horizontal multi-stage development sure as hell isn't producing bi-wing fracs. If any wells ever did.
    Couldn't agree more but when you are trying to publish the paper to spe, you need some kind of a reference point (fracture length)

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    Yep. Not trying to shit on your stuff man.
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    Fracture half lengths aren't something that's disclosed ever and you'd never be able to get it from public data. The best thing you could do is pull a few sample logs from geoscout and run them through a modeling software based on the pumping parameters. That or look for offset wells and see if anything was ever reported for communication. Besides maybe the tour report research, its probably a little more complicated than you want to expand on and the ol PKN frac model will be good enough.

    And to my other O&G homies, you are right that we definitely are not producing anywhere near the old school idea of bi-wing fracs, however even with fracture complexity, in-situ stresses, completion methods etc you're complicated flow path will still have a similar effect to the simplified bi wing model. Especially for a university level study. You will have hydraulically fractured xf away from your wellbore regardless of the path it takes to get there which isn't too far off the idea of a bi wing frac. Its what directive 83 is based on.

    This of course doesn't reflect stress shadowing or natural fractures but as the old saying goes "good enough for the girls I bang".,
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