The Moscow Institute of Thermal Engineering (MIT) is completing tests of a hydraulic fracturing (HF) facility for oil workers. MIT General Designer Yuri Solomonov said that there are two explosions left to be carried out on May 20 and 21, after which field tests will be completed. These tests were carried out in real fields and were successful.

After the tests are completed, the installation will be given the “relevant letter” and mass production will begin. This will be Russia’s first fracking fleet. Hydraulic fracturing is an important method of increasing the flow of oil and gas from wells, especially in depleted areas and when developing difficult-to-recover hydrocarbon reserves.

The first successful test of the installation was carried out at the Slavneft-Megionneftegaz field. The next tests are planned to be carried out at the Gazpromneft-Khantos oil wells and Gazprom Dobycha Urengoy gas wells. These tests are carried out within the scope of cooperation between Gazprom, Gazprom Neft and MIT, which is part of the state corporation Roscosmos.

Source: Ferra

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