CALGARY, Sept. 29, 2016 /CNW/ - Packers Plus Energy Services Inc. developed a unique completion design that helped to significantly increase stage counts and pump rates to stimulate more pay zone over previous wells for an operator in British Columbia's Montney formation.
During the past couple of years, ball-activated completion systems have averaged approximately 20 stages in the Montney. Packers Plus developed a unique completion design for the operator to run a 38-stage StackFRAC® HD system. This design used a tapered liner, which minimized wellbore restrictions and allowed for a stimulation program that increased pump rates without increasing treating pressure. This innovative approach enabled the operator to stimulate more reservoir by generating better fracture extension and more complexity across the large pay zone.
"Increasing stage count with this innovative approach not only provides greater stimulated reservoir volume, but also allows for effective treatment of longer laterals," says Barry Hlidek, Packers Plus Manager of Fracture Sciences. "By optimizing location of frac ports and the distance between them, completion systems can be optimized for each specific well and producing formation."
About Packers Plus
Packers Plus is an innovator of multi-stage completion systems and an industry leader in designing and manufacturing solutions for a variety of completion challenges. The privately held company, based in Canada, has run over 16,000 completion systems, accounting for over 240,000 fracture stages since it started operations in 2000. Today, Packers Plus has employees across Canada, the United States and internationally to maintain an influential role in key markets. The company has stayed true to its roots—an innovative company with a focused niche, enabling it to be one of the best in the industry. Learn more at packersplus.com.
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For further information: Barry Hlidek, Manager, Fracture Sciences, Packers Plus Energy Services Inc., Cell: + +1 720 403-1248, [email protected]; Tess MacLeod, Manager, Marketing & Communications, Packers Plus Energy Services Inc., Phone: + 1 403 234-6011, Cell: +1 403 880 3740, [email protected]