radial drilling well enhancement

Hydrocarbon Recovery Opportunity

Jet Drill's research shows that most of the world’s oil and gas wells have been damaged… whether by the invasion of muds during drilling or cement intrusion during completion; or, by plugging of pores as a result of pro-longed production. The problem of maintaining efficient production from these damaged wells is often compounded by factors such as ineffective zonal isolation, marginal cement jobs, and damage caused by prior perforating and stimulation treatments.  

According to Jet Drill, typical studies show upwards of 75-80% of the original oil in place still remaining after Primary Recovery, there is an enormous need for advanced recovery technologies-- like the Jet-Drill™ Well Enhancement procedure.  And, even secondary and tertiary efforts commonly leave over 50% of the oil in place.

Further synergies can be realized when the Jet-Drill™ Well Enhancement procedure is used in conjunction with other stimulation and adjunct treatments, including:

  • In combination with acid treatments;
  • To accelerate and evenly dissipate injection flows and pressures of
    -water; steam; nitrogen; or, CO2
  • When used in conjunction with other formation chemicals to provide a more thorough and even treatment.
  • When used in a huff-and-puff procedure or to create separate injection and production horizons within the same well.

While the specific treatment protocol will vary from well to well, the underlying objective of each Jet-Drill™ Well Enhancement procedure is constant: 

  1. Accelerate near-term production; and,
  2. Maximize total long-term hydrocarbon recovery from your fields.


Troop Media Web Site Development