February 2018

Geo-engineered completions improve recovery in unconventionals

North American unconventional well completion designs have evolved dramatically in the last four years. Longer laterals and increased proppant loading have resulted in higher IPs and EURs. New geo-engineered completion designs are delivering superior production results compared to high-intensity PNP.
Robert Fulks / Weatherford Ingo Geldmacher / Consultant

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