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There are always little things, whether it is re-fracs or enhanced oil recovery on shale wells," said Dane Gregoris, managing director for Enverus. "But that is not going to give you growth. It's not scalable enough to reverse the growth declines that the U.S. will begin to experience."
Oil fires are hot ! Much hotter than gas well fires, even when there is condensate or NGL"S involved. Behind me is what is left of a 14 foot high substructure on a 1,500 HP doubles rig. It took three days for that substructure to melt like that. We're about to start hooking shit with an Athey Wagon hook to pull it away from the BOP stack, or what is left of THAT.
I've got the wrong color coveralls on for not having any water sprayed on me and I recall being a hot son of a bitch taking this photograph...by Joe Carpenter, BTW.
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