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Ohio Geological Society

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Ohio Geological Society: Clinton Sandstone Papers Presented at the Ohio Oil and Gas Association Winter Meetings 1961-1978, Abridged Reprint- 1985

Pages 219 - 228

STUDY OF REFRACTURING RESULTS IN THE CLINTON SAND FORMATION

JACK GREENE, THE OXFORD OIL COMPANY, ZANESVILLE, OHIO

ABSTRACT

Decline curves (production vs.time) were drawn and evaluated in an effort to determine the results of restimulation work performed in the Silurian Clinton Sand Formation, east central Ohio area.

A total of seventy-one oil wells were hydraulically fractured between 1972 and 1975. Of these wells, seven had to be plugged and abandoned due to problems resulting from the restimulation work.

The average increase production due to restimulation was 4,000 bbls. per well.

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