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A Permian Basin operator drilled a
horizontal well and completed the toe
section of the well with a traditional
plug-and-perf completion method. The
well was then flow tested, showing an
elevated water cut that was higher than
desired for the economics of the well. It
was believed that excessive frac height
achieved during the original hydraulic
fracture treatment had breached into a
nearby water zone. The operator reached
out to Baker Hughes, a GE company
(BHGE), for alternative completion
methods, as it was imperative that the
completion method enabled controlled
frac height growth at economical costs. OptiStriker-enabled-targeted-stimulation-10-zones-single-trip_cs.pdf