November 2014
Special Focus

Production gains through the reuse of produced water in fracturing

A 10-year production analysis suggests that the reuse of produced water in hydraulic fracturing results in better initial production, as well as longer-term equivalent output.

Steve Monroe / Baker Hughes, a GE Company Daryl McCracken / Baker Hughes, a GE Company Kent Dawson / Baker Hughes, a GE Company Sahar Mouallem / Baker Hughes, a GE Company

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