GeoEngineering™ for Breakfast!

The unprecedented growth of Unconventional Resource formations has brought a new perspective and focus to the familiar challenge of integrating the geoscience and engineering disciplines. Tremendous variability can yield 10 times the production from one well to another within several square miles.  Better characterization of the reservoir based on key attributes, and application of the most effective completion design and stimulation programs, can help yield the 10X wells, and can be validated through microseismic monitoring & mapping, production, and production field studies.

Join us on  February 11 or 12 and let us demonstrate how you can:

  • Use reservoir characterization workflows for better understanding production variability
  • Optimize ROI using comprehensive production enhancement studies that yield fit-for-purpose completion & frac designs
  • Validate completion strategy and field development through a better approach to microseismic acquisition & processing, and production field enhancement studies



Answer Your Most Challenging Questions & Extract Maximum Value Using Integrated GeoEngineering™ Workflows

In just 60 minutes, you'll outsmart well variability and discover how enhanced collaboration among geoscientists and engineers provides confidence about where to drill, where and how to frac and complete, and where to invest.


SIGMA³ Representatives: John Ughetta, EVP Sales & Business Development; Kevin McKenna, VP Technology Solutions; John Harkrider, Chief Engineer; Tammy Price, Business Development Manager; Gail Spinks, Business Development Manager; Kevin Petterson, Sr. Business Development Manager

Do you have colleagues that would be interested in attending? We'd like them to join us, so please forward this invitation!

Locations & Registration

Dallas – Tuesday, February 11
Hilton Dallas Lincoln Centre
5410 LBJ Freeway
972 934 8400
8:00 to 9:30 a.m.

Fort Worth – Wednesday, February 12
Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel
200 Main St.
817 870 1000
8:00 to 9:30 a.m.