A&M Researchers Develop Recovery Estimator For New Wells

“Shale operators need to cut costs tremendously because of low global prices of crude oil," and a new spreadsheet analysis procedure can do that.   June 23, 2020 Rather than using complicated reservoir simulations, researchers at Texas A&M University say they've come up with a much simpler method to predict the amount of oil and gas that can be recovered from newly-drilled wells, saving time, hassle and money....  
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