New record set with largest installation to-date for major International Oil Company (IOC)
22 November 2019
Fishbones has set a new record for its largest-ever installation, which took place in the Danish North Sea for a major IOC. The well consisted of a thin, layered chalk formation with a need for increased wellbore radius. At a distal of 6,000 feet, in a horizontal section that was beyond the reach of coiled tubing, a 4 ½” Fishbones Liner with 56 Fishbones subs (224 laterals) was designed for the project.
Fishbones announces two successful jobs for Aker BP - Ivar Aasen and Valhall
3 September 2019
Fishbones, the leading provider of alternative reservoir stimulation technology, has announced two successful jobs for Aker BP. Its Fishbones Drilling technology has increased accessible reserves on Ivar Aasen, while its Fishbones Jetting system has matched the productivity of proppant fractured wells on Valhall.
Fishbones holds first Multi-Lateral Stimulation Seminar in Amsterdam
27 June 2019
At the beginning of June, representatives from eight operators from Norway, the Netherlands and the UK attended the very first Multi-lateral Stimulation Seminar, held by Fishbones in Amsterdam.
Over the two days, participants heard from a variety of subject-matter experts, who discussed well stimulation methods and provided an in-depth insight in to Fishbones’ stimulation technologies and its associated benefits.
SPE paper on technology development and installation on Valhall
27 May 2019
World's First Simultaneous Jetting of 72 Laterals with Solids Control - Technology Development and Field Trial
Written together with Aker BP ASA, we are pleased to announce that our joint paper for the SPE on stimulation system technology development and installation on Valhall was presented at the SPE Norway One Day Seminar in Bergen on 14th May 2019.
Fishbones announces huge growth and seven new hires, including new position of Chief Technology Officer
7 May 2019
Fishbones, the leading provider of alternative reservoir stimulation technology, has announced its busiest start to the year ever, with 700% year-on year growth. Increasing its staff base by 25% in the first four months of 2019, the seven new hires will be based across the company’s operations in Europe, Middle East and Asia regions to best serve increased client demand.
Step change in injectivity from Fishbones installation
5 December 2018
Fishbones Stimulation Technology was recently deployed in an existing water injector in a tight limestone formation in the Middle East. Prior to stimulation the well was shut in after suffering from low and unsustainable injection with high surface pressures.
An international operator in Qatar drilled a new offshore well in a layered limestone formation and after 3 months of production from barefoot open hole, the well was completed with a Fishbones Jetting system equipped with 25 Fishbones subs (100 needles). The initial production rates of 600 bopd/day were more than doubled after Fishbones stimulation, and the PI was increased more than 6 times.
Equinor concludes: Double production rates over 2 years
18 May 2018
In 2015, Fishbones Drilling was installed in the main bore of a dual-lateral horizontal subsea well in the Norwegian Sea. Statoil (now Equinor) has concluded in its 2018 Åsgard Fishbones Drilling Experience Final Evaluation Report that 2/3 of the production is originating from the main bore, i.e. 100% higher production compared to the side-track lateral completed with pre-perforated liner only, based on production log evaluation. The log was run in September 2017, more than two years after production start, proving sustained production benefit by the use of Fishbones technology.
Aker BP has invested in and acquired a stake in Fishbones. The Norwegian E&P company sees potential for substantial cost savings and increased recovery by using Fishbones Stimulation Technology. They will initially apply the technology in the Valhall field.
Fishbones Jetting was installed in an existing well in a naturally fractured limestone reservoir in Oman in December 2016. The well, drilled in 2014 and previously acid stimulated three times, would not flow despite the stimulation efforts.
After Fishbones stimulation and well completion, the well started to flow naturally.