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Frac 101. Heidi Reger Completions Engineer 4/18/13. Video. Gel - Guar. Crosslinkers. Frac Fluid. B +. -OH. +. H 2 O. Dry Powder (Guar). Hydrated Polymer. Breakers. Surfactants. Clay Control. Biocides. Fluid Demo. How much water is used?.

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frac 101

Frac 101

Heidi Reger

Completions Engineer

4/18/13

slide14

Frac Fluid

B+

-OH

+

H2O

Dry

Powder

(Guar)

Hydrated

Polymer

slide15

Breakers

Surfactants

slide16

Clay Control

Biocides

how much water is used
How much water is used?
  • 50,000 bbls or 2.1 million gals per well
  • 0.08% of Colorado’s water use in 2010
  • Greeley’s water use for oil and gas was 2% in 2011, they released 36%.
  • Flowback and produced water can be recycled.
  • Water not taken out of the water cycle.
    • CH4 + 2O2 CO2 + 2H2O + Energy
  • 1 BCF of methane gas yields 11 million gals of water
slide25

Protecting Our Water Aquifers

Surface Casing 800’

TD=260’

Top Gas=5013’

TD=8257’

frac in facts
Frac’in Facts
  • First Frac 1947
  • 1.2 Million Wells Frac’d
  • North Dakota 3.0% Unemployment
  • 2017 US is predicted to be the top oil producer in the world
  • 90% of all natural gas wells drilled in US are frac’d 35,000 per year
  • Average deep shale gas well is 7,500 feet; 1.5 time deeper than the Grand Canyon
  • 9.2 Million Jobs in US from oil and gas
resources
Resources
  • Completion Engineers
    • Heidi Reger - hreger@billbarrettcorp.com
  • Industry Organizations
    • COGA, ANGA, Western Energy Alliance
  • Websites
    • www.energyindepth.org
    • www.ndenergyforum.com
    • www.FracFocus.org
    • Operators and Service companies
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