A liner-based stimulation technology which has been developed and field tested by Fishbones to be simple, efficient, and more controllable with less environmental impact. The technology uses a liner sub that houses four small-diameter, high-strength tubes/needles, each with a jet nozzle (for carbonates) and Small drill bits along with turbines (for clastics) on the end. The sub is made up to a full-length casing joint and needle assemblies up to 40 ft (12m) long are assembled in the workshop before the sub is sent to the field. The subs are run as integral parts of the liner in the open hole and are positioned across the formation where stimulation is desired. One lowered the, pumping is carried out resulting in the needles extend into the formation through the process of jetting/drilling creating multiple laterals. All laterals are created simultaneously in a short pumping job, resulting in a fishbone-style well completion with multiple laterals extending from the main bore.