Independent petroleum company Seven Generations Energy (7G) has struck a hydraulic fracturing deal with Schlumberger Canada.
Schlumberger will provide the west Canada-focused company with use of the ‘spread.’
Spread is the industry wide name for equipment needed to blend and pump the slurry used to hydraulically fracture deep gas-bearing resource rock. It will be deployed at 7G’s Kakwa River project near Grande Prairie in Alberta.
Marty Proctor, president and chief operating officer of Seven Generations, said: “Schlumberger’s strong technical support and willingness to help us design better completions makes them an excellent technology partner for this engagement.”
The firm believes the tool can also help finish much of the new horizontal Montney wells.