Special Report: Single solution controls produced water, sand

05/15/2006
Stephen Ingram, Halliburton Energy Services, Oklahoma CityTerry Daniel - Payne Exploration Co., Oklahoma City; Earl Webb, Philip Nguyen - Halliburton Energy Services, Duncan, Okla.A new treatment offers a single two-step process for attacking the problems of sand and water in a producing well. The new process provides a viable and cost-effective treatment for reducing water and solids production.Generally, the industry previously has addressed these unwanted by-products of oil and gas production as separate problems requiring different treatment solutions. The new water-sand control treatment is a less-invasive approach for reducing water and solids that can facilitate hydrocarbon flow.Th...
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