Ridgeway Kite has published a new Technology Bulletin on Enhanced Geothermal Systems Modeling. This demonstrates the use of 6X to model renewable energy generation using enhanced geothermal processes.
Ridgeway Kite will be exhibiting at URTEC 2022 at the George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, Texas, from June 20-22. Come and visit us at Booth 1408.
The 3rd in our series of Webinars was presented by Pete Forster on On Wednesday 25th May 2022. Unlike previous Webinars, that focused on the web interface 6XONLINE, this Webinar concentrated on the more advanced features available by using the underlying simulator 6X. The session was well-attended and gave rise to an interesting Q&A session.
On Wednesday 30th March 2022 Pete Forster of Ridgeway Kite presented the second in our series of well-attended Webinars introducing 6XONLINE. 6XONLINE is a web interface to the 6X simulator, allowing users to create simple models of hydraulic fracturing scenarios within minutes. These can then be submitted to run on local hardware, or on servers on the cloud.
Pete Forster of Ridgeway Kite presented a Webinar on 6XONLINE on Thursday 10th February 2022. 6XONLINE is a web interface to the 6X simulator, allowing users to create simple models of hydraulic fracturing scenarios within minutes. These can then be submitted to run on local hardware, or on servers on the cloud.
Alpay Erkal has joined Ridgeway Kite as Business Development Manager for North America. Alpay has 25 years of worldwide experience in the oil and gas industry in a wide variety of oilfield services, exploration, development, strategic planning and business development roles. Prior to joining Ridgeway Kite this year, Alpay worked in a series of technical and leadership positions for companies including Schlumberger and Noble Energy, and has independent consulting services practice. Alpay holds a PhD in Reservoir Engineering from the University of Missouri-Rolla and held academic positions in material science and petroleum engineering departments in different institutions.
Ridgeway Kite has published a new Technology Bulletin on Enhanced Oil Recovery. This demonstrates the use of 6X to model EOR strategies, such as cyclic gas injection (huff and puff), in the context of unconventional reservoirs.
Ridgeway Kite has published a new Technology Bulletin on Stress Shadowing showing how the stress field generated by hydraulic fracturing of one stage can affect the extent of subsequent stages. The modelling of this phenomenon is possible due to the coupled stress and fluid flow simulation in 6X.
Ridgeway Kite has recently published a new Technology Bulletin on Infill Wells. This shows how to manage spacing and scheduling of infill wells while limiting fracture-driven interactions.
Robert Archer is an accomplished petroleum engineering advisor with extensive reservoir simulation, production engineering and operations experience. In 2015, Robert co-founded Blue Wave Oil & Gas with Heikkinen Energy Advisors, a consulting firm providing portfolio reviews of performance, valuation and benchmarking generating strategic advice to management teams. Prior to co-founding Blue Wave, Robert served as the VP of Business Development and Engineering at Zone Energy, a private equity backed team operating an East Texas Woodbine water flood. In 1999, Robert co-founded Knowledge Reservoir, a subsurface consulting firm. In Ridgeway Kite, Robert is responsible for business development including lead generation, managing client evaluations and providing clients with project assistance.