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REDUCED ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
Targeting your fracking efforts will create additional benefits beyond increased profitability.
Amros has developed proprietary technology for calculating production profiles and completion optimizations for shale oil deposits. Through years of geoscientific research, we have developed a new way to look at the same data everyone else sees, but in a way no one else can.
OUR VALUE PROPOSITION...FRACK LESS – PRODUCE MORE
2014 estimates indicate that 95% of oil from shale plays is left in the ground and
two-thirds of fracks produce NO OIL.
Amros’ algorithmic analysis will provide you the basis to concentrate fracking in the most
productive zones. Over time, this will drastically reduce the number of fracking stages,
but WITHOUT reducing yield.
PERMIAN BASIN EXAMPLE
Actual zone thickness fractured: 2652 ft
Actual Production: 36 bbl/day
Amros recommended fracture zone thickness: 484 ft (2168 ft less)
Production from Amros zone: 50 bbl/day (14 bbl/day increase)
Cost savings based on distance: $30,000 per 100 ft = $650,000.00
Revenue increase over 3 yrs: 14 bbl/day x $90/bbl = $1,380,000.00
TOTAL ADDITIONAL REVENUE FROM AMROS PROCESS: $2,030,000.00
Traditional methods of log data interpretation successfully used for conventional reservoirs are simply not accurate for shale plays. An obvious example is the Permian basin where 95% of oil from shale plays is left in the ground and two-thirds
of fracks produce no oil at all. Amros possesses the only technology that uses standard open-hole log data to calculate a production profile showing where the recoverable oil is located. It specifies to operators where to frack vertical wells and
where to drill horizontal wells in order to optimize field development.
The technology also provides data enabling development of 3D models showing recoverable hydrocarbons. This further assists in optimizing field development, creates dramatic improvements in recovery efficiency and total production, and could even be equal to the discovery of new oil fields.