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Abstract

In 2011, a comprehensive microseismic monitoring case study was acquired in the Fayetteville Shale using surface, shallow-well, and deep-borehole sensors to help evaluate and compare different hydraulic fracture monitoring techniques. We apply methods based on Coalesence Microseismic Mapping (Drew et al, SPE 2005) to the different arrays, introduce some new methods, and highlight some of the advantages and disadvantages of each data set.

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2013-03-17
2021-10-21
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