Pressure-Based Fracture Maps
Characterizing Pressure Response
RealTime Completion Decisions – Part II
RealTime Completion Decisions – Part I
How do you optimize diversion?
Frac-hit Mitigation: Best practices for understanding and managing parent-chuld well interactions
How are IMAGE Frac pressure-based fracture maps calculated?
Does fluid volume affect cluster efficiency?
Integrating Data Sets to Reduce Uncertainty in Unconventional Field Development: Case Studies
How do you quantify fracture asymmetry?
How have IMAGE Frac pressure-based fracture maps been validated?
What’s the difference between poroelastic pressure response and a leaky or diffusive response?
How do we calculate fracture height?
What’s the value of IMAGE Frac pressure-based fracture maps to an operator?
How are IMAGE Frac pressure-based fracture maps an improvement over the traditional science pad approach?
What changes have operators made using IMAGE Frac pressure-based fracture maps?
What’s the minimum data requirements for an IMAGE Frac technology study?
What’s the difference between IMAGE Frac technology and the FracEYE frac hit analysis service?
How does IMAGE Frac technology support A/B testing of Completion designs?
How do you characterize frac hits?
What is the data acquisition plan?
Is slickwater better than hybrid or enhanced hybrid treatment?
Is your diversion working?
Can you protect a depleted well?
Does frac sequence matter?
Make informed, better completion decisions with simple, accurate, affordable pressure-based fracture maps.
Decrease number of stages by 20%
Ensure robust fracture coverage with right fracing sequence
Protect parent well. Enhance child wells.
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