Hess in the Media: How A Lean-Efficient, Cost-Effective Well Workover Can Do Wonders
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Hess in the Media: How A Lean-Efficient, Cost-Effective Well Workover Can Do Wonders

  • Hess Pump Jack North Dakota
06.01.2017
When Materion Corp. and Hess Corp. developed and added the new ToughMet Sucker Rod Couplings to Hess wells, run times tripled, workover costs were cut significantly and fluid production increased by 10% to 15%. Hess’s Bakken asset is implementing this solution in 250 wells or more in 2017 to drive costs down for the company by almost $20 million.

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