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With total gas production of 3, bcm, the market of oil and gas is growing and simultaneously driving the need for a retrievable packers.
The production surged inmainly due to robust drilling in its shale reserves, led by the Permian Basin. It is expected that around USD 76 billion will be spent on 97 upcoming oil and gas projects in the country between and in the United States.
Such robust growth in terms of new projects is projected to create a demand for completion and well intervention projects. As of Aprildrilled wells are incomplete in the country, with the Permian Basin having the largest share.
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