The 2013 Hydraulic Fracturing Techbook is the second in a series of Techbooks in which Hart Energy provides comprehensive coverage of effective and emerging technologies in the oil and gas industry. Each Techbook includes a market overview, a roster of the key technology providers, case studies of field applications, and exclusive analysis of industry trends relative to the specific technology.
Table of Contents:
Companies Target Production from 100% of Clusters
The oil and gas industry now is changing its focus from completing a wellbore to completing the reservoir itself.
010 | COMPLETIONS
Integration Leads to Better Understanding
026 | RESERVOIR DEVELOPMENT
Integrating Producing Mechanisms with Completion Approaches
Industry focus on improving efficiency in tight-formation oil and gas development is evolving from standard stimulation applications to a systems approach in reservoir exploitation.
048 | WATER MANAGEMENT
Technology Takes Water Management to the Next Level
Improvements in technology for planning, treatment, and transportation help operators effectively manage water use.
058 | KEY PLAYERS
Golden Age for Shale Plays
Key players bring technologies, expertise to unlock shale resources.
094 | R&D
The Future of Fracturing
Thousands of frac jobs take place on a daily basis. But there is a lot left to learn.
102 | REGULATIONS
Federal Regulations Mean an Uncertain Future for Unconventional Operators
Controversy surrounding hydraulic fracturing is getting more and more heated. Set against a backdrop of growing public distrust of the practice and increased federal interest in regulating, the future of shale play regulations is unpredictable.
108 | ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
Fueling a Greener Energy Future
Technologies incorporating natural gas and the use of safer additives propel hydraulic fracturing operations in an environmentally friendly direction.
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 02 August, 2013.