Multivariate Statistical Analysis of Montney Completions: Taking Aim at Design Improvements

Presented in April 2016 at BC Unconventional Gas Technical Forum
Mark Lenko
Samantha Foster
Monday, April 4, 2016
Using multivariate statistical analysis, Canadian Discovery examined the optimal completion techniques that maximize Estimated Ultimate Recovery (EUR) and minimize half cycle (drilling and completion costs) for wells drilled in the liquid-rich natural gas fairway of the Montney.

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