Silixa will be exhibiting at the SPE Hydraulic Fracturing Technology Conference and Exhibition in The Woodlands, TX, USA on 4–6 February 2020.
We have introduced the world’s first fiber optic intervention hydraulic fracture monitoring service, Carina® XwellXpress™. The service allows for the real-time monitoring of the build-up of poro-elastic strain, identification of frac hits, while accurately co-locating microseismic events, and collecting high-quality seismic data. This enables operators to optimize well spacing and change frac designs on the fly to improve production and reduce overall completion costs.
To see how we can expand your hydraulic fracture monitoring and seismic acquisition options please visit us at our stand #109 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a meeting.
The SPE Hydraulic Fracturing Technology Conference and Exhibition showcases existing and new hydraulic fracturing technologies, using experiences from fracture-stimulated wells, and the application of global learnings.
For more information please contact us.