The challenge facing oil and gas operators today is to keep ahead of declining production at a time when average well productivity is falling and drilling and servicing costs are rising. In this environment a very attractive strategy is to maximize the production of existing assets.
One of the main causes of well productivity decline is liquid loading. Liquid loading results when a well produces fluids and does not have the reservoir energy to lift those fluids to surface. This build up of fluid applies pressure on the reservoir inhibiting or even completely stopping the production of gas.
Raise Production can help!
We provide the expertise and technology to remove the liquid in a cost effective manner resulting in much improved well productivity and an extension of the useful life of the well.
Raise Production’s 5-Phased approach.
Using a 5-Phased approach Raise Production works with clients to proactively manage oil and gas fields through their economic lifecycle with processes and technologies for wells with liquid loading.
||Wells that are candidates for Raise Production’s applications are identified using Prospector™ - proprietary software that scans through volumes of IPL and PVR data using specific technical criteria to find suitable liquid loaded candidate wells.
||Based on this information Raise Production develops a list of candidates that are economically viable for enhancement.
||State-of-the-art equipment and operating procedures are then recommended, customized to each well’s needs and implemented.
||Candidate wells return to their normal decline curve with Raise's technologies and completions.
||Candidate wells are then managed through their economic lifecycle with DataServe™ - Raise Production's customized well management system. DataServe™ can provide real-time production analysis with production profile forecasting so costs can be managed and production optimized.
Let Raise Production demonstrate the economic advantages of our proven technologies and optimization managment processes through all stages of a well's economic lifecycle. Call (403) 699-7675.