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Get your copy of "Gel Systems Cut Water Production by Nearly 35% and Sustained Rate"

An operator with wells in the Spraberry formation of the Midland Basin of West Texas was experiencing excessive water production. Wells in the Spraberry formation were marginally economical, so the operator had strict cost controls for any well intervention procedures. Cement squeezes, a commonly used water shut-off treatment, were uneconomical because of the volume needed, and the cost of post-treatment drill-out of the cement. Gel-System-Cut-Water-Production-Nearly-35-Percent-West Texas-cs.pdf