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  1. EnerJex begins production from J sand well in Adena field

    EnerJex Resources Inc. , San Antonio, has started natural gas production from a well in the J sand formation of Adena field, Colorado’s third-largest oil field. The well is flowing at a rate of 0.5 MMcfd of liquids-rich natural gas, the company reported. EnerJex owns most of Adena field after a merger last year with Black Raven Energy Inc. (OGJ Online, July 29, 2013) . The company plans to begin production from two additional wells before April. About 130 wells in the field are shut in or temporarily abandoned. EnerJex has identified 75 wells to be reactivated in the J sand formation or recompleted in the D sand formation. Harsh operating conditions and cold weather have slowed operations over the past month, the company said.

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    Fri, 7 Mar 2014

  2. Sand Hills providing NGL access from S. Texas Eagle Ford shale

    DCP Midstream LLC announced Sand Hills Pipeline has initiated service from the South Texas Eagle Ford shale, offering transportation capacity for producers’ growing natural gas liquids volumes.

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    Thu, 25 Oct 2012

  3. Special Report: Sand control unlocks shallow gas formerly regarded as drilling hazard

    New expandable sand screens with a close weave have made drilling and completing shallow, unconsolidated gas sands off the Netherlands commercial.

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    Mon, 2 Mar 2009

  4. Group to test new sand package at Magdalena discovery

    A group led by Petrodorado Energy Ltd., Calgary, will test a thick new sand -prone package at the Dorados-1X indicated discovery on the Talora block in Colombia’s Upper Magdalena Valley.

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    Wed, 17 Oct 2012

  1. Group to test new sand package at Magdalena discovery

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    Mon, 22 Oct 2012

  2. ExxonMobil licenses sand -control technology

    ExxonMobil Upstream Research Co. has issued a global license for proprietary oil-well sand -control technology to Weatherford International Ltd.

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    Tue, 7 Feb 2012

  3. DCP purchases Permian basin NGL line for use with Sand Hills

    DCP Midstream LLC’s wholly owned subsidiary DCP Sand Hills Pipeline LLC purchased about 60 miles of existing 20-in. OD pipeline in Andrews and Ector counties Texas from Odessa Fuels LLC.

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    Fri, 2 Mar 2012

  4. Colorado: Sand Wash Niobrara program to start

    Quicksilver Resources Inc., Fort Worth, said it expects to begin an exploratory drilling program of as many as seven vertical and horizontal wells later this month in the Sand Wash basin of northwestern Colorado.

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    Tue, 8 May 2012

  5. Method calculates sand velocity, hold-up in flowlines

    A relatively simple method of estimating sand velocity and hold-up in multiphase flowlines allows a design engineer to determine whether a producing well needs a sand -exclusion system at a subsea wellhead.

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    Mon, 29 Jul 2002

  6. Special Report: Single solution controls produced water, sand

    A new treatment offers a single two-step process for attacking the problems of sand and water in a producing well.

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    Mon, 15 May 2006

  7. Coordinated efforts allow drilling through highly depleted sand

    With up to a 13,000-psi differential pressure, BP successfully drilled through a depleted sand in a South Louisiana well.

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    Mon, 7 May 2001

  8. Texas tar sand properties under review

    TXCO Resources plans to consider a broad range of strategic alternatives to maximize the value of its San Miguel tar sand holdings in the Maverick basin in South Texas.

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    Thu, 27 Dec 2007

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