FORT WORTH, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Dec 12, 2018–Bosque Systems has developed a new technology, Well Shock, that restimulates legacy oil well production as well as decreases pressure and increases injectivity in injection wells and impaired salt-water disposal wells through a combination of Bosque’s proprietary DIONIX technology, pressure pumping and traditional acidization. Early Well Shock results from a specific grouping of approximately 200 legacy oil wells show significant production increases – more than that of traditional acidization alone.

“Traditional acid jobs have long been the go-to solution for removing scale and other bacteria in a well, but they leave issues unmitigated because the acid can’t penetrate certain buildup,” said Peter Pappas, Bosque vice president of business development. “We’re excited about the results we’ve seen from Well Shock, because it’s able to remove those blockages that previously couldn’t be reached.”

A leader in oil and gas water management solutions, Bosque is one of the only companies in the industry with the technology to safely generate and deliver extreme rates of ClO2 through its DIONIX technology. Well Shock’s combination of chemistries, including DIONIX, targets the worst well conditions – including issues with iron sulfide and H2S.

“We believe this will be a game changer,” Pappas said. “This not only will make older wells profitable again, but because Bosque can do this entire job as a sole service provider, we can save operators valuable time, manpower and expense spent with other more traditional approaches.”


Bosque Systems, an oil and gas water management company headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, takes a consultative approach to provide tailored water sourcing, treatment, pressure pumping and disposal solutions from a suite of experience, in-house customized technologies and chemistries to suit even the worst well conditions. Always listening to the industry, Bosque adapts to best meet the current need of its operators, helping to increase revenue with cost-effective methods that boost reservoir productivity.

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