Using Applied Science to Improve Perforation Cluster Efficiency for Each Well
All wells are uniquely different. One of the greatest challenges in effectively extracting the highest EUR’s from individual acreage blocks is the inherent variability in wellbores and the reservoirs that they reside in. While many tools are available for evaluation of this variability, most are impractical and/or cost prohibitive in a thin margin environment. Drill2Frac has created a unique solution, which uses multiple scientific methods with data that already exists. Drill2Frac analyzes this data and applies its trademarked and proprietary OmniLog™ workflow to create an accurate portrayal of the geomechanical properties along the wellbore at a fraction of the cost of traditional wireline logs.
Drill2Frac’s OmniLog is a tool that provides both historical well lookback and predictive completion guidance. With this information, along with specialized algorithms developed by Drill2Frac, and collectively known as PerfAct, operators can improve the way they design and optimize their completions. Our process uses standard drilling data combined with perforation design parameters to optimize the distribution of fracturing fluids. The result is a stage by stage optimized completion which will ultimately improve overall well performance while minimizing costs.
In addition, our look-back solutions can help operators better evaluate production trends, and can even identify Re-Frac candidates, while providing strategies on how to re-complete those candidates. The built-in flexibility of our profile service means that it can be adapted and applied to any completions program.
Today’s oilfield has become a manufacturing environment. There is greater and greater focus on cost reduction, automation and uniformity of process to improve efficiency. The variable that remains is the rock. Drill2Frac’s OmniLog Lateral Profile, when combined with our PerfAct completion tools, is the key to incorporating the reservoir, back into the current manufacturing style design methodologies. The result is better producing wells at lower overall costs.