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Refrac technology improving everyday, creating more production potential

saltwater and oil spill

Part 2-of-5 in a Series on ReFracs in the Bakken One of the newer trends many in the industry are talking about is the technology of refracking. This buzzword is creating an image of a strategy to cut costs and boost production output. Although previous refracturing technologies were unpredictable and not very productive, Whiting Petroleum is seeing success with their ...

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5 Part Series on Refracs: Whiting seeing an increase in Bakken refrac activity

Bakken, Hess

Part 1-of-5 in a Series on ReFracs in the Bakken Over the past decade, oil companies have been searching for innovative techniques in order to find new recoverable oil in new places. According to industry reports, approximately 75,000 new wells have been drilled in North America during that time. As many energy enthusiasts continue to look under new rocks, companies ...

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