Joel Siegel, Liberty’s Lab Director, explains the uses of our ICP-OES apparatus’. These machines test for elements in produced water that can cause formation damage on frac jobs.
Liberty’s Lab Director, Joel Siegel, discusses the benefits of using Liberty’s Flowloops to test the effectiveness and cost saving potential of different chemicals used in frac fluids.
Liberty’s President, Ron Gusek, explains how wear and tear on pumping equipment and iron on a frac location may be dramatically reduced through the use of an innovative missile design.
Director of Technology, Mike Mayerhofer, talks about using neural networks to optimize completions in the Midland Basin.
Why would you spend money on a tensiometer? Liberty Lab Manager Joel Siegel explains why it’s worth it.
Engineering Manager Ben Poppel explains that acid-replacement SpearPoint has the same bottom hole reactivity to open perforations without the HSE-impact for our employees to handle it at the surface.
Since 2013, Liberty has been collecting and testing samples of proppant from every single pad we have fracked. This is done to ensure our customers are receiving the proper quality of sand for each job. In this video, Technical Sales Engineer, Lindsey Moore, discusses Liberty’s process.
Plug&perf and a limited entry perforation strategy can create more control over the fracture initiation process and a more favorable near-wellbore fracture geometry.
Need a refresher on net fracturing pressure and slurry efficiency? This video is for you! VP of Engineering, Leen Weijers, walks you through concepts that are important in determining fracture dynamics.
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