Assignment - Revive The Production Declination In Barnett

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In the early age, cultural aspects, learning languages and travelling challenges restricted (Capacci, Scorcu and Vici, 2015). In 14 century Christopher Columbus sailed westward and vasco da gama cruised to country for earn money then business travel has been integral part of tourism industry(Cave and Brown 2012).Early tourism started with Nomads who travelled around the world in search of food and shelter. Main intension of this traveller is to gathered food and traded around the world and gave rise to the barter system (Capacci, Scorcu and Vici, 2015). 1500 BC is marked as the era when the Europeans visited pyramids and thus developed the tourism for pilgrimage.Early tourism started with Nomads who travelled around the world in search of food and shelter. Main One of the potential ways to revive the productiondeclination in Barnett is to refrack all the earlier wells,which were finished using shorter laterals as well asolder technologies. It has been opined by highlyrenowned experts that this measure shows tremendousopportunities of the customers in Barnett. One of theleading producers, Devon Energy, has estimated theamount of refracking as $1.2 million, which shall inturn make an addition of 2Bcf to the potential of everywell. In the year 2015, Devon refracked around 25wells of Barnett in the horizontal manner. In the year 2013, the production fell by 6.8% to 5.35 Bcf/d. Further, in the year2014 there was a decline of 8.0% and a sharp decline of 10.6% was realized in theyear 2015. Another, parallel trend which has resulted from this declining growthrate is that lowering the prices of both natural gas and crude. This declining trendhas been corresponded with a reduction in the levels of output. Horizontal drilling is a peculiar process wherein drilling is undertaken in a horizontalpattern at depth in order to extract natural gas from Barnett Shale. The Shale hasshown a double digit growth rate over the years. However, production in year 2003of 0.834 Bcf/d and 2011 of 5.68 Bcf/d brought down the estimated growth rate ofnatural gas production to .1% in 2012.Barnett Shale is one of the un-conventional resources which are hydrocarbon-producing formations. It is a geological formation which is comprised of sedimentary rocks.PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENTS AT BARNETT SHALE

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