The subject of this paper are results from evaluations of relatively inexpensive everyday data and measurements made during horizontal drilling for formation evaluation purposes.
The subject of this paper are results from detailed evaluations performed by experienced engineers with reservoir knowledge for the purpose of evaluating completion effectiveness and improving economics for shale and other low permeability formations.
Understanding Utica formation hydraulic fracture and completion effectiveness is problematic given the wide variation in geology, hydrocarbon maturity and reservoir characteristics.
This paper will critically evaluate the historic and contemporary uses of 100 mesh sand both as a placement aid as well as a proppant in very low permeability reservoirs.
This paper will briefly review the manufacturing process and resulting step change advancements achieved by this new proppant, stressing on the technology adoption in the Gulf of Mexico illustrated with multiple case histories.
A Computational Navier-Stokes Fluid-Dynamics-Simulation Study of Wormhole Propagation in Carbonate-Matrix Acidizing and Analysis of Factors Influencing the Dissolution Process
Radioactive tracers introduce significant hazards relating to health, safety, and the environment, and therefore are under strict regulations. This paper presents a new alternative pack-evaluation technology which eliminates these radioactivity-related issues.
The diminished capability of slickwater systems to effectively suspend and transport proppant in a fracture (and the wellbore) due to its relatively low viscosity is well known, and presents the most significant drawback of utilizing slickwater systems.
White Paper: Independent lab results prove GROUNDGUARD liner technology outperforms the leading competitor
The ability of induced fractures to improve well production is dependent upon three primary characteristics of the fracture geometry: fracture height, fracture width, and fracture length.
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