A unique approach to each fracture ensures appreciable increases in per-well recoveries
Historically, the Permian Bone Springs formation of the New Mexico Delaware Basin essentially was a back-out zone for operators targeting the underlying Ellenburger and Morrow formations. Like many source rocks, the Bone Springs was not recognized as a viable prospect until advanced logs uncovered a pay zone thicker than that identified in earlier analyses. Consequently, following closely on the heels of the acceleration in horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing, operators began landing laterals with multi-stage fracs to access the then-potentially lucrative Bone Springs.
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