This study illustrates how a combination of a straddle-packer system and a downhole real-time telemetry successfully stimulated up to 38 stages while maintaining packer-seal integrity and downhole pressure.
This paper describes the analysis of actual performance data for acid fracturing in a tight carbonate formation to investigate the ineffectiveness of the process.
The first acid job dates to 1895. Challenges remain, however, when it comes to lithology, coverage, penetration, and management of reaction products. These themes remain a focus for stimulation engineers.

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