An ultra-sonic measurement of fluid levels in tanks to more safely and accurately determine consumed chemical additive volumes during a frac job.
Liberty determines statistical production drivers and combines this with fracture treatment cost sensitivities to minimize our client’s production cost per barrel oil ($/BO)
A discussion of potential challenges in the “perfs open” calculation of the rate stepdown test.
Liberty’s surface and interfacial tension measurements on drill cutting can help select the most appropriate and economic surfactant for the job.
Pre-job screen-out assessment and evaluation of stage injectivity during fracture treatments as driven by proximity to faults and MWD/lateral log properties.
Dr Mike Mayerhofer, Liberty’s Director of Technology, provides his data-driven perspective on the impact of Brown Sand vs White Sand on oil production in the Permian Basin
Liberty’s modeling tools can help to maximize complexity and fracture surface area through the evaluation of various fracture treatment sequences in multi-well completions.
A Liberty methodology to evaluate potential swelling clays and the appropriateness of a KCl-substitute.
Liberty partners with oil & gas operators to incorporate their in-house completion data in LibertyMVA and Fraconomics to create value.
Black Hills Exploration and Production helped substantiate the USGS estimate by completing a number of 8,000- to 10,000-foot horizontal wells in the Niobrara Formation in the Piceance Basin in Colorado. The Niobrara Formation in the Piceance Basin is a 1,200 foot thick gas-producing pay-zone of complex rock properties. The exploration program had three major items to address: the optimal zone in which to land the horizontal wells; the proper orientation of the horizontal wellbore in that zone; and how to complete the horizontal wells effectively. Black Hills believes maximum production in the Niobrara will be achieved by optimizing hydraulic fracturing operations to create the largest quality reservoir contact.