In this work the concept of reservoir development of the Achimov formations is considered. It consists the drilling of multilateral wells and carrying out a hybrid multistage hydraulic fracturing unit in them. The main aim of this approach is to increase the drainage area and maximize the efficiency of development reserves. In addition to this, the construction of a multilateral wells in comparison with two separate horizontal wells is economically viable and also it allows to reduce the number of slots on the cluster pad. In turn, the hybrid multistage hydraulic fracturing allows to create an extensive network of cracks by changing various injection fluids at high speeds. Consequently, this approach lets to technological (increase of oil recovery) and economical (cheaper) efficiency. It can be recommended to the development of Achimov formations.


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