The period for members to comment on a draft technical report titled Hydraulic Fracture Well-to-Well Communication has been extended from 30 April to 15 May.
This draft report aims to present a comprehensive, technical cause-and-effect review on the subject of fracture-driven interactions, including their causes, types, and expected consequences, and recommendations for operators and vendors. Presentation of actual case studies based on thoroughly examined experiences are included to better assist in the prevention of damage, production losses, and environmental releases. Conclusions will be framed and reported within the individual bodies of discussion and demonstrated by actual field data or previously published information.
SPE and the subject matter experts who authored the draft encourage members to review the proposed technical report and submit comments and feedback by 15 May .
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