Tuesday, January 17, 2012



Name: Hydrofracture
Type: Machine
Max Level: 30
Can be sold for 1,500 Gil

^ Cost: 1,100 Gil ^



  1. Hydrofracturing is an affordable way to increase well production. It involves injecting high pressure and high volumes of water into the formation of bedrock to increase the size of existing fractures and to create new ones.

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  2. Hi there! You have an interesting and very informative page. I'll be looking forward to visit your page again and for your other posts as well. Glad to have a chance to drop by and learn additional information about this particular topic from your blog. Keep up the good work! Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge about hydrofracturing.
    In addition to that, I have read an article stating that fracturing is a method to stimulate shallow, hard rock oil wells dates back to the 1860s. It was applied by oil producers in Pennsylvania, New York, Kentucky, and West Virginia by using liquid and later also solidified nitroglycerin. Later, the same method was applied to water and gas wells. The idea to use acid as a nonexplosive fluid for well stimulation was introduced in the 1930s. Due to acid etching, fractures would not close completely and therefore productivity was enhanced. The same phenomenon was discovered with water injection and squeeze cementing operations.
    If your well runs out of water or does not supply an adequate quantity of water for your home or irrigation needs, you may want to consider hydrofracturing. Hydrofracturing is an affordable way to increase your well production.

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