The integrated event for unconventional resource teams

Sponsoring Organizations:

Society of Petroleum Engineers American Association of Petroleum Geologists Society of Exploration Geophysicists

Supporting Organizations:

Association for Iron and Steel Technology Association for Iron and Steel Technology American Rock Mechanics Association American Society of Mechanical Engineers American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society
Hydrocarbon Storage Mechanism in Shale Reservoirs and Impact on Hydrocarbon Production
A. Tinni, C. H. Sondergeld, C. S. Rai
Modeling and Simulation of Mass Transfer and Equilibrium in Tight Oil Formations
M. Sherafati, K. Jessen
Flow Simulation of Complex Fracture Systems With Unstructured Grids Using the Fast Marching Method
C. Yang, X. Xue, M. J. King, A. Datta-Gupta
Flow Behavior Analysis of Multi-Well Communication Through Secondary Fractures in Tight Oil Reservoirs Using a Laplace Domain Hybrid Model: A Field Example From Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin
P. Jia, C. Clarkson
Development of an Efficient Method for Modeling Dynamic Fracture Behaviors in Reservoir Simulation
Y. Xu, W. Yu*, K. Sepehrnoori
Refracturing of Closely-Spaced Horizontal Wells to Enhance Productivity of Unconventional Reservoirs
D. Kumar, A. Ghassemi
A Fracture-Based Approach for Modeling Production in Stress-Sensitive Coals, Surat Basin, Australia
S. Busetti, S. Ganpule, J. Sabogal Polania
Hydraulic Fracture Conductivity as a Function of Proppant Concentration Under Various Effective Stresses: From Partial Monolayer to Multilayer Proppants
M. Fan, Y. Han, J. McClure, C. Chen
Constructing High Resolution, Inch Scale Continuous Logs via a Multi Domain Approach to Improve Hydraulic Fracturing by Capturing Thin Beds in Bone Spring, Delaware Basin, Reeves County, TX
S. Narasimhan, P. Mainali, H. Rowe, A. Morrell, W. Ingram, A. Benson, N. Ganser, S. Arrington
Geomechanical Facies Model for Wolfcamp Formation (Midland Basin)
V. Shelokov, M. Sarkar, R. Wydrinski
A Single Core Test for Fracability, Breakdown Pressure and Conductivity
Z. Zeng, A. Harouaka
Study on the Effect of Mineralogy and Organic Matter on Micromechanical Properties of Bakken Formation
H. Fu, H. Pu*, J. Ge, X. Hou
Quantifying the Nano-Mechanical Signature of Shale Oil Formations by Grid Nanoindentation
K. Liu, M. Ostadhassan
Water Weakening: Case Study From Marcellus and Woodford
I. Gupta, C. H. Sondergeld, C. S. Rai, R. Hofmann
Role of Organic Acids in Controlling Mineral Scale Formation During Hydraulic Fracturing at the Marcellus Shale Energy and Environmental Laboratory (MSEEL) Site
A. Hakala, T. Phan, M. Stuckman, H. Edenborn, C. Lopano
Biogeochemical Characterization of Core, Fluids, and Gas at MSEEL Site
S. Sharma, T. R. Carr, P. J. Mouser, K. Wrighton, D. Cole, M. Wilkins, T. Darrah, A. Hakala
Interrogating Flowback Chemistry for Damage Markers in the Eagle Ford
J. Farrell, S. Makarychev-Mikhailov, R. Williams, R. Prabhu, W. Kreimeier
Investigating the Organic Matter in Shales From the Canning and Perth Basins via Infrared and Raman Spectroscopy
B. Pejcic, J. Bourdet, C. Delle Piane, C. Heath, M. Clennell*, Z. Li
Characterization of Sub-Log Scale Variability in Mudstones and the Effects of Variable Sampling Scales on High Resolution Models; Examples From Bone Spring Formation, West Texas
A. Morrell, S. Narasimhan, H. Rowe, P. Mainali
GIS-based Interpretation of Rock, Oil, Gas and PVT Data to Predict New Well Outcomes – Virtual Well Examples From the Eagle Ford and Second White Speckled Shale Formations of North America
J. B. Curtis, S. W. Brown, J. E. Zumberge, K. A. Ferworn, M. M. White