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What's old is new again: Thoughts from the Energy Forum's ReFrac Implementation Seminar

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09 October 2015

What's old is new again: Thoughts from the Energy Forum's ReFrac Implementation Seminar

Report summary

We attended the second phase of The Energy Forum's ReFrac Study in San Antonio, Texas. The day-long seminar focused on specific considerations and implementation methods when refracturing wells throughout the Lower 48 under different sets of circumstances. Perhaps the most interesting stat of the day was that out of 36 total refracs performed this year by the two major service companies, approximately two-thirds of the refracs were done to mitigate asymmetric fracture development in nearby, soon-to-be completed wells. 

Table of contents

    • Haynesville study
  • Still no consensus on optimal strategy
    • Production curves show EUR improvement
    • Summary of the three type wells
    • Location Map for wells analysed in Haynesville
  • Closing thoughts

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