Systematic candidate selection improves Haynesville refracturing economics ///

In the Haynesville shale, costs associated with drilling, casing, cementing, perforating and hydraulic fracture stimulating a new horizontal lateral typically range from $6-8 million. By contrast, refracturing an existing wellbore—reopening established fractures or accessing previously unstimulated zones of good quality reservoir along the lateral—now costs from $750,000 to $1.5 million.

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