Schlumberger

Stimulation Measurement and Monitoring

Knowledge you need to optimize performance

Hydraulic fracture monitoring with microseismic mapping is now routinely used to measure hydraulic fracture geometry, location, and complexity. This abundant information can be essential for optimizing stimulation treatments and well completions. Although microseismic mapping adds considerable value in many different environments, the industry does not yet use the full potential of microseismic data. By combining extracted details from microseismic measurements with other information, engineers can improve knowledge of both the reservoir and the hydraulic fracture.

Another nonintrusive method of monitoring hydraulic fracturing can be as simple as high-pressure frequency monitoring, which enables engineers to analyze pressure performance to interpret wellbore events and optimize completions designs in real time.

Our technologies provide operators with a multiangle view of reservoir and wellbore events, which helps you select solutions to optimize completions design and maximize hydrocarbon recovery.

Kinetix Stimulation Software Suite

Microseismic Services

Fracturing Computer-Aided Treatment

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