Hydraulic fracturing and matrix stimulation treatments to restore or enhance well productivity are performed in all types of formations and reservoir environments.
Maximize your reservoir production by creating highly conductive reservoir flow paths— selecting the appropriate treatment for each environment is critical to well economics.
Effective development of low-permeability tight gas reservoir resources requires operational efficiency to improve performance.
Understanding and addressing the specific challenges and technical risks that carbonates present has put Schlumberger at the forefront of technology development to help optimize productivity.
Matrix stimulation and hydraulic fracturing techniques are designed to repair and improve the natural connection of the wellbore with the reservoir.
Matrix acidization treatments are used to mitigate the effects of formation damage, the biggest hindrance to productivity in highly permeable reservoirs.
For the first time in the industry, operators can apply high-performance technologies with their own people, equipment, or materials.
Better reservoir knowledge and increasingly sensitive technologies are making production of unconventional reservoirs economically viable and more efficient. This efficiency is bringing tight gas, shale, coalbed methane, and gas hydrates resources into the reach of more companies around the world.
Schlumberger develops innovative methods and provides the right equipment to perform stimulation treatments in any well environment.