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Development of Laboratory and Petrophysical Techniques for Evaluating Shale Reservoirs. Final Report.

Research on formation evaluation technology for production enhancement in gas shales is described. The program consisted of three major phases. The initial phase was the GRI Co-op program, which included work on 30 wells.
Document Type
Report
Report Type
Final Report
Report Period
10/86 - 9/93
Corporate Source
ResTech Houston, Inc., Houston, TX
Sponsor
Gas Research Institute, Chicago, IL
Pagination
304p
Product Media
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Summary:
Research on formation evaluation technology for production enhancement in gas shales is described. The program consisted of three major phases. The initial phase was the GRI Co-op program, which included work on 30 wells. The objective was to refine the log model for the calculation of porosity, mineralogy, and saturations. It resulted in the development of a methodology for interpretation of the low-flowrate acoustic flowmeter and a producibility model. The second phase, the Comprehensive Study Well program, included work on seven wells. Significant advances were made in the area of core analyses, allowing developments in stimulation design. The final field-based phase, Experimental Development three-well program, concentrated in the area of Pike County, Kentucky, and resulted in quantification of its shale reservoir description in terms of permeability and fracture attributes, providing a means for better stimulation evaluation. This reports details the contractor's contributions in the area of formation evaluation and core analyses. Appendixes include additional discussions of the application of petroleum geochemistry to formation evaluation, determination and calculation of kerogen volumes, and the GRI shale database.
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