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A major operator working in Oklahoma’s
SCOOP shale play needed to reduce the
number of bits required to drill a
challenging vertical section in its next well.
The 12¼-in. section had to be drilled
through the Hogshooter formation to
reach the operator’s targeted Woodford
shale production zone. But the
Hogshooter formation—which is
characterized by interbedded sections of
hard, high-strength sandstones,
limestones, and dolomite—is notorious for
causing premature bit damage, and as a
result was driving up the number of bits
needed on previous wells. StayTrue shaped diamond element improved footage 142% Oklahoma case study.pdf