The 4 R’s of LPG
Reduce. Restimulate. Recapture. Reuse.
In an ideal scenario, it is possible on flow back of the propane to recapture, recycle and reuse the propane from the stimulated well thus creating optimal environmental and economic benefits for the operator. In addition to eliminating waste water concerns, the process of recapturing and recycling of the propane reduce or eliminates the environmental concerns of flaring.
REDUCE our dependence on water for extracting energy resources. Using water is wasteful, more harmful to wells, less safe for workers, and costly to use and dispose. Reduce our environmental footprint by eliminating water-extraction equipment, water-transportation truck traffic and CO2 emissions for heating and cooling.
Also we can reduce or eliminate damage to formation that can be created by traditional methods
RESTIMULATE depleted or underproducing wells. Over time, for countless reasons, reservoirs can start to underperform. GASFRAC's LPG technology can reinvigorate or energize the well and in some instances increase BOE per day to levels never accomplished in the previous life of the well.
RECAPTURE the gelled LPG in it's gaseous state as it flows back with the newly stimulated well hydrocarbons. GASFRAC pumps as a gel but it returns as a gas creating a very quick frac load recovery. Generally GASFRAC can recover 100% of it's fluid within 10-15 producing days
REUSE or RESELL the recaptured LPG for mutiple stages and multiple wells. It can be used over and over or sold to the open market if no longer needed