Typical Production Sequence for Marcellus Shale Gas Operations

  • Introduction: 1-2
  1. Site prep and earth moving equipment: 3-27
  2. Drilling vert & horiz-overview: 28-47
  3. Well casing install and cementing during drilling: 48-63
  4. Completions Hyd. Frac. Process-overview: 64-77
  5. Frack tanks; 500 Barrel wheelies; impoundments: 78-100
  6. Hydraulic Frackturing pumps and mixers: 101-117
  7. Sand cans–sand  kings–sand castles: 118-135
  8. Frackturing Chemicals; trucks & totes: 136-144
  9. Wells put into production–flaring; overview; well heads; storage tanks;: 145-165
  10. Well pad completed; Production Separators; VRU: GPU’s: 166-179
  11. Miscellaneous and multipurpose trucks: 180-197
  12. Pipelines & Compressors: 198-224
  13. Waste disposal trucks & process: 225-245

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Typical Production Sequence for Marcellus Shale Gas Operations
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