A Greener Method of Conducting Well Interventions

An independent study found that Fishbones’ stimulation technology can significantly reduce emissions compared to conventional practices.

(Source: Fishbones AS)

The energy transition is at the top of everyone’s agenda. The oil and gas industry must review its operations to support a reduction in carbon emissions while facilitating and undertaking greener, more efficient ways of hydrocarbon recovery.

With this backdrop in mind, Fishbones announced the results of an independent study by THREE60 Energy this year, which found that the Norwegian company’s stimulation technology can significantly reduce emissions compared to conventional practices. Fishbones aims for technologies to provide an alternative solution for well enhancement that is safer, greener and for certain wells and applications, more cost-effective. 

THREE60 Energy is a leading independent energy service company that provides complete asset life cycle expertise to the offshore energy industry. The firm undertook the study, which found that CO₂ emissions for Fishbones’ activity was a fraction of that of traditional methods.

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