Reveal Energy Services has announced that it has produced and delivered the first near real-time DiverterSCAN technology results, which allowed an operator to identify a diversion design that enhances hydraulic fracturing fluid distribution.
The multi-million dollar project includes the recently completed project management, fabrication and construction of approximately 60 miles of 12 in. and 8 in. pipeline for the gathering system.
The agreement increases Shale Support’s access into the Ohio, West Virginia and Western Pennsylvania markets, providing storage while allowing it to be one of the lowest cost providers of frac sand to the region.
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The percent of horizontal rigs in the Permian grew from 14% in January 2013 to 27% in January 2015. Now, the Permian accounts for over 42% of the active horizontal rigs in the US land market.
Total has sanctioned the development of the first phase of the operated Aguada Pichana Este license in the giant Vaca Muerta shale play in Argentina. Moreover, the Group will also increase its interest in the license from 27.27% to 41%.
Many oilfield service and supply companies, including Halliburton, Hi-Crush, U.S. Silica, and Fairmount Santrol have cited a shortage of frack sand for the US shale plays, specifically 40/70 frack sand in the Permian Basin.
The EIA’s Annual Energy Outlook 2017 Reference case projects that US tight oil production will increase to more than 6 million bpd in the coming decade, making up most of total US oil production.