Baker Hughes REAL Connect Service Connects Wells to Long-Lasting Hydrocarbon Flow Paths for Enhanced Recovery

Baker Hughes, February 5th, 2015

REAL Connect Product Announcement

Baker Hughes REAL Connect Service Connects Wells to Long-Lasting Hydrocarbon Flow Paths for Enhanced Recovery Service redirects frac fluids to untreated perforation clusters and reservoir zones

HOUSTON — (February 05, 2015) — Baker Hughes announced today the commercial release of its REAL Connectâ„¢ service, which leverages superior diverter systems, advanced engineering techniques, and experienced wellsite personnel to help improve hydrocarbon recovery in hydraulic fracturing applications. The service’s diverter systems redirect frac fluid flow to the untreated perforation sets within a stage to increase fracture network complexity and provide more uniform coverage. Once the stimulation treatment is complete and the diverter materials dissolve, ultra-lightweight proppant material remains in the near wellbore for long-lasting production flow paths.

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