OIL AND GAS WELL SLOTTING PERFORATION TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

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LOW PRODUCTIVE WELLS

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In the article ‘Strippers’ Pose Dilemma for Oil Industry” (The Wall Street Journal) from September 7, 2015, Nicole Friedman writes: “In the United States more than 400,000 stripper wells, most of which produce less than five barrels a day.

 

Thousands of individual operators could turn out to be a key element in ending the oil-price rout, rather than a large producing country like Saudi Arabia or a big public company.

 

A sharp drop in stripper-well output, currently estimated at a million barrels a day, or 11 % of total U.S. production, would be nearly impossible to observe as it happens, but it could still shrink the glut that continues to weigh on prices, surprising the market”.

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The problem of increasing the productive inflows given great importance. Particularly acute issues of increasing inflows in low-debit wells (from 0 to 5 barrels per day) began to be discussed with the fall in oil prices. Raising the production rate in 5-10 times can completely solve the financial problems.


Wells developed by more traditional but less effective methods ("old-fashioned") require reconstruction (recovery), and the first step in solving the problem of the increase (recovery) productive inflows can be re-opening of productive formations using more effective main methods of opening the casing, cement and productive formation.

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