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Abstract

Unconventional resources have emerged as an important part of the world's energy supply. Engineering technological advances such as drilling horizontal clusters and completion solutions like hydraulic fracturing have contributed to the exponential growth of unconventional opportunities and their exploitation. Still a lot of headroom is left for a deep and improved understanding of the subsurface geologic controls on hydrocarbons’ fluid movement and trapping characteristics. These characteristics are becoming paramount to de-risk the presence and extent of producible hydrocarbons in current and upcoming resource play opportunities.

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2014-01-19
2020-04-10
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