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Get your copy of "Water to Gas Production in the Barnett Shale Using FracBlock Gel Systems"

A well in the Barnett Shale formation in north central Texas was producing only water and no gas. The well was drilled into the main pay section of the Barnett Shale and was completed in the 3,000-ft (914.4-m) horizontal portion. It consisted of several intervals that were perforated and hydraulically fractured. During the drilling of a 3,000-ft (914.4-m) lateral section, a weak spot was intersected. After the well was completed, it started producing
1,800 BWPD and no hydrocarbons. Gel-Systems-Cut-Water-Production-97-Percent-North-Texas-cs.pdf