FIELD-BASED, EXPERIENCED FRACTURE CONSULTANTS THAT ENSURE SUCCESSFUL FRACTURE EXECUTION
Our fracture consultants safeguard successful execution in the field by responding to actual reservoir conditions and any operational issues you experience. Our field-experienced engineers help to ensure that your fracture design is executed to plan, and perform any real-time engineering required to overcome any challenges experienced during stimulation operations.
Onsite QA/QC of equipment, fluids and proppant Make frac procedure recommendations based on treatment feedback Documentation of frac procedures performed with explanations of any significant irregularities Accounting of all frac materials used, evaluation of equipment and personnel performance DFIT and other diagnostic interpretation Post job report
Read full case history to see how CARBONRT's evaluation strategy met all of the client’s objectives, with signals clearly observed in all stages without the HSE issues associated with radioactive tracers.
STRATAGEN has developed a unique and fully interconnected strategy to customize individual frac stages by exploiting readily available mud log data response and historical frac data analysis to quantify permeabilities and reservoir quality throughout the lateral.
In the high reservoir stress environment of the Utica shale play, high quality proppant selection is vital to resist cycling stresses and retain conductivity ultimately, enhancing production.
Model to guide completion/stimulation designs to enhance fracture performance, slash water use
To support our customers in achieving their production and economic objectives so that they get the best possible return from every well, CARBO provides comprehensive technical support for all our proppant and fracture technologies. Learn More
By becoming an extension of the team with field knowledge and expertise on the frac job, our STRATAGEN fracture consultants have helped operators save millions of dollars on their fracturing programs while improving fracture delivery. Learn More
STRATAGEN has developed a unique and fully interconnected strategy to customize individual frac stages by exploiting readily available mud log data response and historical frac data analysis to quantify permeabilities and reservoir quality throughout the lateral. Learn More
Impressive reductions in screen-outs, acid consumption, gel loading enhance economics. Learn More
In the high reservoir stress environment of the Utica shale play, high quality proppant selection is vital to resist cycling stresses and retain conductivity ultimately, enhancing production. Learn More
Study confirms normalizing cluster count, injection rates keys to enhancing production Learn More
Data-driven analysis prompts completion modification delivering an additional 270,000 MCF peak month production in Marcellus Shale, Northeast Pennsylvania Learn More
The minimally intrusive step-down tests executed by STRATAGEN reduce costly screen-out rates below 1% in the Eagle Ford. Learn More
STRATAGEN goes outside the box with stimulation/completion recommendations to maximize and preserve royalty payments. Learn More
Reinforces value of step-down tests, analytical expertise in identifying and eliminating complications. Learn More
Play-specific engineering know-how from STRATAGEN reduces screen outs, acid volume and gel loading. Learn More
3D Fracture modeling optimizes well placement and fracture design, increasing production while reducing fracture job sizes for Pemex. Learn More
Watch CARBO's Global Engineering Director, Terry Palisch, talk about enhancing completions in the Permian. Learn More
In the 1940’s experimental fracture treatments were performed without proppant. However in most formations unpropped fractures heal quickly with no sustained benefit, and in 1947 river sand was introduced as proppant. Learn More
Data-driven modeling and on-site analytics allow operators to optimize their completions, thereby increasing EUR and delivering a better ROI. World Oil, March 2016 Learn More
A data-driven, neural network model was developed to quickly and economically evaluate completion effectiveness for Marcellus shale wells. This model was used to identify significant opportunity to improve production for new wells by modifying completion and frac design. World Oil, Shaletech Report, May 2015 Learn More
Slickwater systems tend to have low viscosity, which can attribute to difficulty with effectively suspending and transporting proppant in a fracture. Accordingly, a new, low-density proppant has been developed to enhance the transport capability in slickwater fluids and provide increased fracture conductivity. World Oil, September 2018 Learn More
An evolving stimulation and completion strategy, building off an interconnected methodology that customizes individual frac stages to quantify permeabilities and reservoir quality throughout the lateral, continues to yield new insight into the economical drainage of the triple-bench Bone Spring formation in New Mexico’s Delaware Basin. The American Oil & Gas Reporter, August 2015 Learn More