Halker Consulting project engineer Tyler Farley was mentioned in the March 2014 issue of The Bakken magazine as part of the publication’s coverage of the first Bakken/Three Forks Shale Oil Innovation Conference & Expo, which was held in Grand Forks, North Dakota in February.
“If the future of the Bakken revolves around larger spacing units or the development of energy corridors, then Tyler Farley … knows how to make it happen,” the magazine wrote, summarizing Farley’s conference presentation on the benefits of offshore-born techniques for onshore operators, including recent developments in multi-well facilities.
“In the Bakken and Eagle Ford, producers are still looking at ways to optimize well production,” Farley was quoted as saying. “New techniques are always being tried.” The article went on to highlight the importance of strong engineering as operators adopt multi-well techniques, as new technologies and retrieval infrastructure are still being tested and perfected.
Farley’s presentation at the Innovation Conference focused on the ways that multi-well facilities can help Bakken operators improve efficiency and safety at their sites. The event brought together exploration companies, independent operators, consulting engineers and other industry insiders for a wide-ranging discussion about the opportunities and challenges facing oil and gas producers in the Bakken.
The Bakken magazine is focused on “exploration and production, logistics, infrastructure and construction, and products and technology in and around the Bakken region.” The magazine says its audience includes oil and gas executives, drilling contractors, legislators, industry suppliers, organizations and key decisions makers in the Bakken oil play.