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2013 Fracturing Technology
Author Glenn Addock
A well was completed, using a 15-stage, cemented multi-stage sleeve to fracture- stimulate the entire lateral section. Operations took only 24 hours with continuous pumping, compared to an average three days for conventional stimulation. Well production was comparable to offset wells; reduced non-productive time boosted well economics.
North America, Onshore, Shale
Author Robert Downie
The use of seismic moment, and its relationship to deformations that produce microseismic events, enhances the ability to interpret microseismic data from hydraulic fracture monitoring.
North America, Shale
Author Ali Daneshy
Last year, my article about provocative fracturing brought several reader feedbacks and requests for more similar thoughts. Encouraged by the response, in this article, I will bring up another topic that has made me scratch my head for some time.
Author Nell Lukosavich
Select Energy’s water treatment offerings decrease operator costs while maintaining and expanding water sources through the treatment of flowback and produced water to support an environmentally stable water cycle. Right-sized treatment assures minimal expenses on water and best profitability for the operator.
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