Approach Investigates Need for Extreme-Limited-Entry Applications
This paper presents design considerations and field-trial applications for determining practical dimensions and limits for interdependencies associated with stage length, perforation clusters, and limited-entry pressures.
This paper presents design considerations for determining practical dimensions and limits for interdependencies associated with stage length, perforation clusters, and limited-entry pressures. Aggressive limited entry has been an enabler for successful extended-stage-length applications. The authors challenge the need for extreme limited entry in resource development across multiple North American basins. This synopsis does not focus on field trial applications, which are provided in the complete paper.
Managing Threats to Stimulation Distribution Effectiveness (SDE) in New Completions
Before any discussion of recommendations and trial results for stage length, perforation clusters, and limited-entry pressure intensities, it is important to consider the threats and risks to effective stimulation distribution.
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