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Hydraulic Fracturing 2014

2014 Hydraulic Fracturing

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The 2014 Hydraulic Fracturing Techbook is the sixth in a series of techbooks in which Hart Energy will provide comprehensive coverage of effective and emerging technologies in the oil and gas industry. Each Techbook includes a market overview, a sample of key technology providers, case studies of field applications and exclusive analysis of industry trends relative to specific technologies.

Table of Contents:

002 |OVERVIEW
One Size Does Not Fit All in Hydraulic Fracturing
Even within the same shale play, the ‘cookie-cutter’ approach to hydraulic fracturing and well completion does not provide the maximum effectiveness along the entire length of the lateral.

018 | KEY PLAYERS
Data Integration Aids Effective Development
Company innovation in fracturing factors is driving improved shale operations.

056 | COMPLETIONS
Data Integration Aids Effective Development
Shale plays will never be accused of being ‘easy.’ But a multidisciplinary approach can make them less challenging.

064 | PRESSURE PUMPING
They Feel the Earth Move Under Their Feet
Longer laterals, more stages and closer spacing tighten demand for pressure pumping services.

074 | PROPPANTS
Unconventional Activity Fuels Proppant Market Growth
An increase in fracturing job sizes as well as a focus on reservoir contact and conductivity are driving operators to use higher volumes of proppants per play.

084 | WATER MANAGEMENT
Water Reuse Gaining Momentum Across US Shales
Drilling boom prompts operators to evolve on the fly when it comes to the sourcing, recycling and logistics of water.

098 | REGULATIONS
Regulatory Balancing Act
As lawmakers weigh industry and anti-fracking interests, state and local authorities fight for the right to control.

 


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