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Packers Plus successfully installs more than 200 PrimeSET liner hangers in North America

Packers Plus Energy Services Inc. has successfully installed the TREX PrimeSET Liner Hanger system in 216 wells across North America. This liner hanger system, which can be used in both cemented and open hole applications, is engineered with unique anti-preset features to ensure reliability and performance, resulting in time and cost savings for operators.

QuickFRAC from Packers Plus boosts production for Middle East producer

Packers Plus Energy Services Inc. is pleased to announce a successful completion using the QuickFRAC multi-stage completion system for an operator in the Middle East. A new configuration of the open hole, limited entry system was designed and implemented for the lowest cost with maximal operational efficiency and improved reservoir productivity. 

Packers Plus combines casing integrity testing and toe stimulation into one tool

The latest innovation from Packers Plus Energy Services Inc. brings simplicity and reliability to operators for stimulating the first stage of oil and gas wells. The Toe-XT Hydraulic Sleeve is specially designed to enable a maximum casing pressure test before activating the sleeve for stimulation operations.

Packers Plus continues completion success in Montney

Packers Plus Energy Services Inc. is pleased to announce the ongoing success of cemented hybrid completions in Canada, using TREX Cemented Diffusor Sleeves and Hydraulic Toe Sleeves in combination with other completion methods. Most recently, Packers Plus completed 16 extended reach lateral wells with 16 lower stages in each well for an operator in Alberta's Deep Basin Montney formation. 

Packers Plus advances high frac intensity capabilities with 50-stage wells in the Williston Basin

Packers Plus Energy Services Inc. is pleased to announce the successful completions of multiple wells in North Dakota's Bakken formation using advanced high frac intensity systems, specifically designed for extended reach wells. The completions were made possible by continued advances in ball-drop completion technology using the field proven, innovative StackFRAC HD (high density) system.

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Packers Plus Collaborates with Acacia Subsidiary for the Licensing of Multi-Zonal Completion Technology

Packers Plus Energy Services Inc., an innovative oilfield service provider, in conjunction with a subsidiary of Acacia Research Corporation, the leader in patent licensing, announced their collaboration on the licensing of a set of fundamental patents related to multi-zonal completion of horizontal wells including ball-drop, sliding sleeve and packer technology for use in the hydraulic fracturing of both tight and conventional oil and gas reservoirs. This technology has been applied in oilfields across North America and worldwide and has contributed significantly to the tremendous growth in oil and gas production from unconventional shale formations.

StackFRAC HD multi-stage system created for optimal wellbore stimulation

Packers Plus launched its new 20 stage StackFRAC HD “High Density” MultiStage Fracturing System to meet the demand from oil and gas operators for more stimulation stages in horizontal wells. “We can now effectively isolate and successfully stimulate as many as 20 stages,” said president Dan Themig. “This gives us a tremendous opportunity in this economy to meet the needs of our customers. It is our focus to continually create leading-edge technology in multi-stage completions.” One of the recent wells completed with the StackFRAC HD was a system run in the Torquay formation in southwest Manitoba. The installation went smoothly, and the fracture stimulation was successfully accomplished in one day. The operator plans to continue running it for their future wells in the Torquay. “We are very happy with the results of our new system and the customer response has been very positive,” said Canadian business unit director Doug Bobrosky. “Several other customers in Canada and the U.S. are installing the new system and are excited about the possibilities that additional stages present.” The benefits of the new StackFRAC HD system are that it allows for increased production through longer laterals and shorter stage lengths; costs are further reduced by smaller frac strings and liner sizes. To date, systems have been successfully installed in both Canada and the U.S.