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AAPG Geosciences Technology Workshop
Geomechanics and Reservoir Characterization of Shales and Carbonates
July 16-17, 2013, Baltimore, Maryland

Search and Discovery Article #90178 (2013)
Posted September 30, 2013

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Geomechanics Field Characterization of Woodford Shale and Barnett Shale with Advanced Logging Tools and Nano-Indentation on Drill Cuttings,
      Younane Abousleiman

Insights and Optimized Methodology for the Assessment and The Surveillance of Stimulated Reservoir Volume During Fracturing Operations of Shale Resources,
      Ahmed Abou-Sayed

Seismic Technologies and their Application to Reservoir Characterization,
      Steve Adcock

Understanding Unconventional Deposits Using Noble Gases,
      Tom Darrah

Big Data Analytics in Oil and Gas; Reservoir Characterization and Field Development,
      Adam Farris

Integrating Geomechanics and Reservoir Characterization: Examples from Canadian Shale Plays,
      Amy Fox

The Role of Stresses versus Rock Fabric on Hydraulic Fractures,
      Sidney Green

Natural Fractures and its Implications to Engineering Design,
      Gang Han

The Utility of Pressure Core and its Evaluation,
      Chad Hartman

Physics-based Modeling of Hydraulic Fracture Propagations and Permeability Evolutions During and After Stimulations,
      Hai Huang

The Use of Helical CT Scanning Technology to Monitor the Behavior of Partially-Mineralized Natural Fractures under Increasing Confining Pressure,
      Laura Kennedy

Geomechanical Insights from Reservoir-Scale Fracture Network Imaging,
      Alfred Lacazette

Hydraulic Fracturing Complexity- Interaction between Hydraulic and Natural Fractures,
      John McLennan

The Geomechanics of Shale Completions and Stimulation,
      Neal Nagel

A Comprehensive Geomechanical Risk Assessment for Drilling and Completion of a Deep Horizontal Well in Highly Stressed Subsalt Carbonate Formation – A Case Study from Kuwait,
      Chinmaya Pattnaik

Integration of Surface and Subsurface Tools in The Reservoir Characterization of Unconventional Plays,
      Roderick Perez

Unconventional Plays Require Non-Traditional Workflows,
      Bruno de Ribet

Combining Surface and Downhole Hydrocarbon Mapping for Defining the Utica Shale,
      Rick Schrynemeeckers

Introducing Signal Processing Techniques as a Means to Maximize Extracting Geomechanical Data from Petrophysical Logs,
      Hamed Soroush

Microseismic Monitoring of Hydraulic Fractures: Engineering and Geomechanics Applications,
      Norm Warpinski

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