This paper presents the results of a restimulation workover program performed in Western Oklahoma during the last two years. The restimulations were selected from wells which were not producing at peak rates based on log development and post-frac pressure buildup tests.

The restimulation workovers have generated sufficient incremental cash flow to payout the entire program in eight months. Pre-workover and post-workover production rates in conjunction with workover costs are presented to justify the economics for the restimulations.

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