Flowback posts

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Jul. 21, 2021

Taking flowback forward 2

Do you remember when you listened to music on cassette tapes? Does it seem like your flowback services haven’t evolved since then? Read more
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Jul. 16, 2021

Taking flowback forward

Do you remember your flip phone from the 90’s? Do you feel like your flowback services are just as out dated? Read more
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Jul. 12, 2021

Flowback 2.0 & Emissions

We design our highly engineered solutions with ESG criteria in mind — not only because we understand its increasing relevance to today’s society, but also because we believe it is our responsibility to do so. Read more
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Jun. 02, 2021

Five well location in South Texas

Simplify your flowback layout in the Eagle Ford with EnerCorp’s Flowback 2.0 technology. Read more
EnerCorp Not all sand separators are created equal
May. 26, 2021

Not all sand separators are created equal

Are you using a sand trap, sand can, spherical separator, or a sand cyclone because it is being offered at a low day rate? It could be costing you! Read more
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Apr. 21, 2021

What is Flowback 2.0?

Tomorrow is Earth Day 2021 and the EnerCorp Team would like to highlight the development of Flowback 2.0 and it’s environmental benefits. Read more
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Mar. 30, 2021

Drillout Best Practices

EnerCorp has provided flowback support on drillout projects in all major US shale play. Read more
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Mar. 22, 2021

Drive Down Your Flowback Costs (Free Resource)

Driving cost out of bringing wells online has to be a key priority for you in 2021. Well, we hear you! Read more
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Mar. 30, 2021

Flowback Support On Your Drillout Job

When it comes to flowback support on your drillout job, NPT and excessive damages don’t have to be part of the process. Read more
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Jul. 06, 2021

How Can You Avoid NPT And The Cost Of Damages During Drillout?

When it comes to your Drillout or Millout job, NPT and excessive damages don’t have to be part of the process. (There is another way) Read more