Conductivity Endurance

The goal of hydraulic fracturing treatments is to improve production for the long term by achieving a high level of conductivity. New technologies can help enhance and maintain proppant pack conductivity by immobilizing fines to prevent intrusion and plugging, reducing proppant flowback and controlling sand production. Technology is also available to remediate proppant and fines production later in the life of the well.

SandWedge® Conductivity Enhancement System
SandWedge® Conductivity Enhancement System improves fracturing results and virtually eliminates incompatibility issues for improved long-term production.

Conductivity Endurance

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Summary Summary SandWedge® Conductivity Enhancement Service
Enhances Proppant Pack Conductivity for Improved Long-Term Production. Now available in Lite, Plus, and Max Systems Tailored to Treatment Requirements
Summary Summary SandWedge® conductivity enhancement system
The SandWedge® conductivity enhancement system helps enhance fracture conductivity resulting from water-based fluid treatments.
Summary Summary DCA™-34003 Load-recovery Enhancer
DCA™-34003 load-recovery enhancer delivers all the benefits of Halliburton’s proprietary conductivity enhancement technology developed to enhance frac-fluid recovery following water-based fracturing treatments using proppants.
Summary Summary Conductivity Endurance (Frequently Asked Questions - External)
Frequently Asked Questions for Conductivity Endurance
Summary Summary Solvent-free consolidation system controls proppant flowback
An aqueous-based consolidation system aids in maintaining production rates in fracture-stimulated wells.
Summary Summary Halliburton Delivers Improved Aqueous-Based Conductivity Enhancement System with SandWedge® ABC Enhancer
HOUSTON – Feb. 16, 2012 – Halliburton’s continuous research focused on achieving highly conductive fractures has resulted in a new aqueous-based version of the SandWedge®...
Summary Summary PropStop AOGR 0209
Treatment Stops Proppant Flow Back
Summary Summary SandWedge® ABC Aqueous-Based Conductivity Enhancement System
Halliburton’s continuing research focused on achieving highly conductive fractures has resulted in a new aqueous-based version of SandWedge® enhancer.
Summary Summary SandTrapSM Formation Consolidation Service
New Developments for Through-Tubing Applications Enable Use of Resin Consolidation for Oil and Gas Sands Requiring Sand Control. With recent emphasis on recovery of bypassed hydrocarbon reserves and extending field production, through-tubing sand control techniques present an economically attractive completion option. Since economics is a key decision criterion in these types of developments, the availability of reliable and cost-effective through-tubing sand control techniques can be a major deciding factor.
Summary Summary Frequently Asked Questions regarding Expedite Customer Sign in required
Frequently Asked Questions regarding Expedite
Summary Summary SandWedge® Conductivity Enhancement System
SandWedge® Conductivity Enhancement System improves fracturing results and virtually eliminates incompatibility issues for improved long-term production.
Summary Summary Fines Migration Control
Recently completed studies of production profiles of wells treated with SandWedge agent—as well as the results of recent third-party laboratory tests—have confirmed that invasion of formation materials into the proppant pack and loss of effective fracture width are the two leading causes of production declines following propped stimulation treatments.
Summary Summary Expedite® Proppant Flowback Control
Expedite® Proppant Flowback Control was developed to improve proppant flowback control and to help reduce time to production flowing fracture treatments.
Summary Summary Conductivity Endurance
Conductivity endurance stimulation technology provides significantly increased, longer-lasting conductivity in a propped fracture. Halliburton leads the industry in providing advanced technology for longer lasting conductivity.
Summary Summary Proppant Flow Capacity
Following a fracturing treatment, several forces are at work to reduce the ability of the proppant pack to flow hydrocarbons. These include proppant flowback, fines intrusion, proppant crushing, and diagenesis.