Baker Hughes fracking offshoot releases new microseismic service products

By James Sean Dickson
Published: Friday, 05 June 2015

New IntelliFrac technology will improve fracture design and mapping for the fracking industry and reduce the cost and increase the efficiency and potential returns from re-fracking operations, according to Baker Hughes.

Magnitude, a subsidiary of Baker Hughes Inc., which was recently purchased by Halliburton Co., has released two new products to the hydraulic fracturing (fracking) industry aimed at improving fracture design and fracture mapping in unconventional wells.

Under the IntelliFrac brand, a vertical seismic profiling (VSP)-enhanced monitoring service and recomplete service will...

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