Matrix stimulation and hydraulic fracturing techniques are designed to repair and improve the natural connection of the wellbore with the reservoir.
Maximize reservoir contact by applying the most efficient and effective services for each well.
Experience more fracture conductivity by removing the link between fracture flow and proppant conductivity.
Reduce fracturing costs by replacing conventional proppant with local sand.
Ensure uniform proppant distribution within the fracturing fluid.
Eliminate dependency on freshwater for offshore fracturing.
Achieve a larger effective fracture half-length.
Use water-free, oil-base fluid for fracturing treatments in water-sensitive formations.
Remove and prevent scale within wellbores and the reservoir.
Prevent flowback from hydraulic fractures in any environment.
Stimulate deep into the reservoir with minimal precipitation.
Stimulate sandstone reservoirs with a single fluid-stage formulation.
Direct treating fluids away from intervals with high water cut for complete zonal coverage.
Selectively plug high-water saturation zones.