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    Interrelationships of Marcellus Shale Gas Production to Frac-Induced Microseismicity, Interpreted Minor Faults and Fractures Zones, and Stimulated Reservoir Volume, Greene County, Pennsylvania.Thomas H. Wilson, Ariel K. Hart & Pete Sullivan - 2016 - Interpretation: SEG 4 (1):T15-T30.
    The data we analyzed are from a Marcellus Shale gas field in Greene County, southwestern Pennsylvania. We first investigated the relationship between microseismic event trends and discontinuities extracted from 3D seismic data and their relationship to [Formula: see text]. This analysis was followed by an examination of the relationship of cumulative gas production to radiated energy, stimulated reservoir volume, and energy density. We have determined that microseismic event trends observed in multiwell hydraulic fracture treatments were similar to the trends of (...)
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    Marcellus Shale Model Stimulation Tests and Microseismic Response Yield Insights Into Mechanical Properties and the Reservoir Discrete Fracture Network.Thomas H. Wilson, Tim Carr, B. J. Carney, Malcolm Yates, Keith MacPhail, Adrian Morales, Ian Costello, Jay Hewitt, Emily Jordon, Natalie Uschner, Miranda Thomas, Si Akin, Oluwaseun Magbagbeola, Asbjoern Johansen, Leah Hogarth, Olatunbosun Anifowoshe & Kashif Naseem - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (2):T231-T243.
    We have developed stimulation tests of a model discrete fracture network in the Marcellus Shale reservoir, Morgantown, West Virginia. The microseismic response observed from the modeled stage is characteristic of that observed in several stages along the length of the horizontal well, so that the workflow developed in this paper can be easily extended to other stages in this and other Marcellus Shale wells. The model DFN is designed using log data, including fracture image logs from vertical pilot and horizontal (...)
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    Marcellus Shale Model Stimulation Tests and Microseismic Response Yield Insights Into Mechanical Properties and the Reservoir DFN.Thomas H. Wilson, Tim Carr, B. J. Carney, Malcolm Yates, Keith MacPhail, Adrian Morales, Ian Costello, Jay Hewitt, Emily Jordon, Natalie Uschner, Miranda Thomas, Si Akin, Oluwaseun Magbagbeola, Asbjoern Johansen, Leah Hogarth, Olatunbosun Anifowoshe & Kashif Naseem - forthcoming - Interpretation: SEG:1-50.
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    Fracture Intensity Attribute for the Tensleep Reservoir at Teapot Dome, Wyoming, USA.Payam Kavousi Ghahfarokhi & Thomas H. Wilson - 2015 - Interpretation: SEG 3 (3):SZ41-SZ48.
    The Tensleep oil reservoir at Teapot Dome, Wyoming, USA, is a naturally fractured tight sandstone reservoir that has been considered for carbon dioxide enhanced oil recovery and sequestration. Interpretation of open fractures identified in wireline image logs from the field suggests that the reservoir fracture network is dominated by early formed structural hinge-oblique fractures with interconnectivity enhanced by hinge-parallel and hinge-perpendicular fracture sets. Previous studies show that 3D seismic scale discontinuity attributes are dominated by more recent hinge-parallel and strike slip (...)
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    Integrating Distributed Acoustic Sensing, Borehole 3C Geophone Array, and Surface Seismic Array Data to Identify Long-Period Long-Duration Seismic Events During Stimulation of a Marcellus Shale Gas Reservoir.Payam Kavousi Ghahfarokhi, Thomas H. Wilson, Timothy Robert Carr, Abhash Kumar, Richard Hammack & Haibin Di - 2019 - Interpretation 7 (1):SA1-SA10.
    Microseismic monitoring by downhole geophones, surface seismic, fiber-optic distributed acoustic sensing, and distributed temperature sensing observations were made during the hydraulic fracture stimulation of the MIP-3H well in the Marcellus Shale in northern West Virginia. DAS and DTS data measure the fiber strain and temperature, respectively, along a fiber-optic cable cemented behind the casing of the well. The presence of long-period long-duration events is evaluated in the borehole geophones, DAS data, and surface seismic data of one of the MIP-3H stimulated (...)
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