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Abstract

Some naturally fractured reservoirs can exhibit linear flow in<br>the beginning as if it were hydraulically fractured. The linear<br>flow may have been imparted as a result of limited<br>connectivity in the well’s drainage area, thus creating<br>formation anisotropy and/or heterogeneity. The primary<br>purpose of this study is to develop a welltest interpretation<br>method to quantify anisotropy in naturally fractured<br>reservoirs. The method, which is based on an elliptical flow<br>model, is extended to hydraulic fractures with infinite<br>conductivity.

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2007-12-04
2022-11-30
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