Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance (ESG) factors are now being used to assess the sustainability and societal impact of operations. Investors want to understand the long-term value creation plan and receive credible information that supports long-term risk assessments.
eFrac® is a pioneer in application of technology, policies and ‘best practices’ that meet the highest international ESG standards and we are specialists in helping earn the “social license”.
eFrac is actively involved in relevant industry oversight bodies and is committed to responsible working practices.
eFrac® technology is applied according to:
eFrac® is active in US & EU research consortia that are developing (disruptive) completion and reservoir optimization technology.
By use of bespoke programs, eFrac® is able to help end users ensure that technology is introduced effectively and applied according to ‘industry best practices’, as part of a continuous improvement program.
eFrac® ensures knowledge transfer by the use of remote and in-house support solutions that include:
Accredited Training Courses
eFrac specializes in disruptive technology development for remote, sustainable wellsite operations.
eFrac challenges the paradigm according to 5 core principles:
A sustainable energy future means wellsite operations will increasingly become automated, while needing to address requirements for greater accountability and socially responsibility.
Atlantic Council invited speaker on sustainable shale development Romania 2013 & 2014/15 to other EU governments.
Ongoing involvement in offering advice and consultations to international government and academic institutions about the regulatory requirements necessary for sustainable EGS/O&G development.
SPE18144-MS “Permanent Downhole Gauges Selection for HPHT and Fractured Basement Reservoirs”, Vietnam H.V. Pham, Cuulong JOC; C.A. Green, G Frac; C Yapp, Weatherford; T.M. Le and A. Butt, Cuulong JOC.
This paper describes a methodology used by an Operator to address the significant challenges of selecting gauges for high temperature reservoir monitoring. The work details how the extensive qualification/testing process was successfully applied to select suitable gauges. Four major areas were addressed using this methodology, which are necessary in order to ensure success. Application of the methodology has led to a 100% success rate for recently installed gauges and application of this system.