Mako Chemicals & Services, LLC XHRC technology is changing the perception of hydrocarbon recovery.
XHRC outperforms the top 4 WIDELY used industry standard surfactant technology. If the following results make news imagine what we can do?
These comments are based on the above test conclusions:
“The gain is really strong initially, up to 24% early and up 8% over 3 years,” said Johannes Alvarez, who was a PhD student at Texas A&M University when he did the research trying to find an effective, affordable way to add production while fracturing without more water, sand, or pumping power.
“It is giving them 15-20% greater EUR [estimated ultimate recovery]. Improved production is observed early in the well life during the initial production phase, but the decline curve tends to remain higher for longer periods of time resulting in incremental EURs above that observed on wells with no chemicals,” David Schechter, Texas A&M University.
JPT – Stressed About Production? Consider a Chemical Cocktail Rassenfoss’ JPT article 01 December 2017
BHP Billiton has pumped blends to pressure up shut-in wells with the intention of reducing the risk of damage from nearby fracturing. Apache has done similar treatments with positive results but short-lived production gains. “You have a chance of getting your well back,” said Michael Rainbolt, completions engineer, senior advisor for Apache Corp.
Apparently, A LOT of operators are looking for relief and increased ROI in the ULR (Unconventional Liquid Reservoirs).
XHRC Results: 15-minute timed results conducted by Texas A&M Undergraduate student in Dr. Schechter’s lab. Proof that there is such a chemical that gets better results with time.
If 15-20% EURs are achievable with current technology, imagine the possibilities of 30-40% EURs or even 50% EURs based on test data!!! XHRC #XHRC #extremehydrocarbonrecovery
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