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A World Oil Magazine Supplement
2012 Fracturing Technology
Author Ali Daneshy
During the last several years, there has been media speculation about the connection between earthquakes and oil and gas operations in general, and hydraulic fracturing in particular. For people who live near oil and gas producing areas, this can cause understandable anxiety and discomfort.
North America, Shale
Author Pedro Saldungaray and Terry Palish
Often overlooked, conductivity can have a significant impact on both the long- and short-term productivity of a well, which can ultimately determine the well’s profitability.
Bill Coates, CEO of MicroSeismic, explains how passive seismic technology is poised to be the next enabler for unconventional reservoir development, and how one operator’s early adoption is setting it apart from the pack.
Author Erle C. Donaldson, Waqi M. Alam and Nasrin Begum
The single greatest technological development that has made the production of oil and gas from shale economically feasible is the ability to deviate vertical boreholes into horizontal laterals, extending 10,000 ft or more. Numerous problems were overcome to allow cementing, perforating and radial distribution of multiple horizontal laterals from a single vertical well.
Depending on conditions, fraced wells can require millions of gallons of water. Getting that water into a site, especially if it’s remote, can prove expensive and challenging.
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