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Monster fractures and M&A are boosting regional activity in the ArkLaTex.
Armed with more efficient, less-costly ways to produce oil and gas, the ramp-up in U.S. shale activity is putting pressure on sand suppliers as E&Ps load more proppant in hopes of bigger payouts.
As prices and costs recover, a panel of experts at DUG Bakken & Niobrara said operators are continually scaling the completions learning curve.
Recent trends and new technology indicate operators and service companies are thinking outside of the box and experimenting with different methods and techniques to grow production.
Crowd-sourced data reveal significant increases in well completion metrics.
One pilot involves increasing the number of stages per well, while the other focuses on higher proppant loading.
Particle analysis and real-time tracking are just two of many areas where new technologies are driving innovation in proppant efficiency and well productivity.
One company’s ‘super-lateral’ approach is paying significant dividends.
Bakken E&P companies turn their sights on reducing drilled but uncompleted wells backlog.
The next generation of pressure pumping systems delivers a cleaner, quieter solution to hydraulically fractured wells.
Located in Zelienople, Pa., and servicing Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia, Cornerstone Completion Services (CCS) will provide thru tubing and fishing services to oil and gas exploration companies and gas storage and transmission companies.
Recovery might be closer, but batch completions still not keeping up with batch drilling.