Mission: Flowback & Well Testing

Flowback and well testing are important aspects of your operation that can have a big impact on well productivity, efficiency and economic potential. That’s why Ideal brings only the best to the field—helping operators make the most of every asset.


Well testing and production testing can reveal valuable information about overall reservoir characteristics and well potential. That’s why it’s important to have not only well testing equipment but also a crew with specific job and regional experience that keeps decision-making strong.



Staying on-mission means staying well equipped. Ideal’s field-ready fleet of equipment includes separators, high-pressure manifolds, sand control units, line heaters, and more. All properly maintained, proven in the field and staged nearby to help ensure rapid deployment when needed.



From responsible pressure management to equipment testing and flawless documented maintenance, there’s no mission more important than safety. Ideal’s Mission Zero program pushes the organization to maintain zero incidents and injuries to keep our people safe, healthy and compliant.


Both short-term and long-term value depends on strategic decisions that should be closely aligned with the well’s objectives as defined by the reservoir engineer—as well as your company’s overall business approach. We help execute more strategically during the well testing phase to accomplish the mission with maximum value.



You know we’ll get the job done efficiently and safely. But we also want to make the experience as easy and stress-free as possible. We understand that every operator, and even every Company Man / Consultant, has their own preferred way of working. That’s why we come to each project with an open mind that leaves room for flexibility and teamwork.


  • Zero Incidents
  • Zero Injuries
  • Zero Risks

Ten Safety Elements
From commitment and accountability to assurance, review and improvement, these elements outline a safe, healthy and responsible working environment.

The Seven Essential Steps
While the 10 safety elements make up the “what,” the Seven Essential Steps make up the “when.” This means a step-by-step playbook of roles and responsibilities.

Pre-Work Transitions
Thinking ahead can make all the difference in safety. But how you move from planning to execution is still a critical step in safe work operations. These transitions help.

Stop Work Authority
Sometimes the right thing to do on a mission is to halt progress immediately. So part of Mission Zero is communicating Stop Work Authority in a way that everyone understands and respects.

Data Driven Optimization
EDGE OFS leaders from each portfolio company share data that was provided by their employees, as well as industry best practices, for process optimization.