Hey everyone, just wondering about industry best practice upon drilling and completing of gas injectors. One question floating around the office is do we need to flow back the next gas injector? We are in the offshore environment so there are significant savings if we can skip a flow back/cleanup of an injector along with the associated cost of a flowback package. On the other hand we know there are options of breakers and such to acidize perforations, again there are time and cost associations.
Any experience, stories, opinions, paper references are welcome.
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