Unleashing the Economic Value of Unconventional Reservoirs Using Energized Fracturing

Unleashing the Economic Value of Unconventional Reservoirs Using Energized Fracturing

Unconventional reservoirs present unique challenges for energy producers and oilfield service companies that seek to extract the maximum economic lifetime potential from their wells. These reservoirs, including shale, tight sands, and coalbed methane (CBM) formations, are defined by their low permeability, low-to-no porosity, and need for stimulation for economic production

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