March 2016
ShaleTech Report

Accelerated production improves shale well economics

Low natural gas prices have placed production economics under ever-increasing scrutiny. The rapid decline rates of unconventional wells challenge operators to maximize returns over a short period. One solution has been realized, by means of improved management of the free-flow cycle of gas wells, through the application of surface automation.
Josh Jolly / Southwestern Energy Theo Baughn / Southwestern Energy Gene Little / Experitec Terry Cox / Emerson Automation Solutions Al Majek / Emerson Automation Solutions

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