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A system has been developed to deliver cost savings by removing the need for cutting and pulling a casing when removing annular fluid.
As digital innovations take hold, the oil and gas industry is undergoing an evolution of its workforce.
A technology panel at DUG Haynesville discussed choke management strategies, the popularity of slickwater fractures and which metrics offer the best indicators for a well’s performance.
By the end of 2018, Energent expects over seven million tons of premium frack sand to be mined inside the Permian Basin every quarter.
Proppant tracking, flowback prevention and nanoparticles are among the areas of focus, according to a study released by Deloitte.
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.
Better insight, including on calcite and ash bed layers, could lead to better frack designs, greater stimulation and ultimately, more production.
The technology uses an industry standard downhole data logger to collect data from which measurements are made and fracture locations pinpointed.
The company plans to produce a new hydraulic fracturing system and a ‘land drilling system of the future.’
At Hart Energy’s DUG Rockies conference, technology panelists said drilled but uncompleted wells are an appetizing prospect for producers in trying times.
Drilled but uncompleted wells in the U.S. provide an opportunity to examine new shale drilling and completion technology.
Researchers at Rice’s Integrated Systems and Circuits lab tap sensing and wireless communications expertise to develop a new generation of microchips for oil and gas applications downhole.