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Abstract

Summary

There is substantial value in increasing the recovery factor in shale reservoir development. The recovery factor is currently 6%. We can do so by optimizing hydraulic fracturing operations through time-lapse, multi-component seismic monitoring and coupling it with geomechanical modeling.

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2017-06-12
2020-09-26
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References

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