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AAPG/SEG/SPWLA Hedberg Conference
Fundamental Parameters Associated with Successful Hydraulic Fracturing
Means and Methods for a Better Understanding

December 7-11, 2014 – Austin, Texas

Search and Discovery Article #120181 (2015)
Posted April 20, 2015

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Shale Formation Re-Fracturing; What is Needed?,
      Ibrahim S. Abou-Sayed and Ayman S. Abdelgawad

Fracture Modes in the Silurian Qusaiba Shale Play, Northwest Saudi Arabia and their Geomechanical Implications,
      Mohammed S. Ameen

Mechanical Characterization in Unconventional Reservoirs: A Facies Based Methodology,
      Dave Amendt

*Bringing Seismic Ideas to Acoustic Logging,
      Partha Biswas and Shreya B. Ley

**3-D View of Frac and Reservoir Pressures in Shale Leading to New Approach and More Reliable Predictions,
      Jean-Yves Chatellier, Irene Anderson, Christopher Petr, Holly Vinall, and David Scarpino

**Multidisciplinary and Integrated Approach to Better Assess Open Fracture Systems and Their Impact on Hydraulic Fracturing,
      Jean-Yves Chatellier, Tammy Chow, and Jennie Wong

Horizontal Well Fracturing: Technology Challenges,
      Ali Daneshy

Using Microseismic Observations in Unconventional Plays to Influence Well Spacing and Stage Spacing Decisions,
      Ted Dohmen, Jean-Pierre Blangy, and Jon Jincai Zhang

**Combining Mapped Microseismic Activity and Fracture Modeling to Estimate the Propped Dimensions of Hydraulic Fractures,
      Robert Downie, Joël Le Calvez, and Michael Williams

**Forecasting Productivity of a Hydraulically Fractured Well using a Detailed Mapping of its Proppant Conductivity Distribution,
      Wadood El-Rabaa and Nazia Siddiqui

*Mechanical Properties of Organic Matter in Shales Mapped At the Nanometer Scale,
      Simon Emmanuel, Moshe Eliyahu, Ruarri J. Day-Stirrat, and Calum I. Macaulay

*Bedding-Parallel Natural Fractures: Their Occurrence in Shale Plays and Possible Effects on Hydraulic Fracture Treatments,
      Julia F. W. Gale

*Geomechanical Controls on Matrix/Fracture Permeability of Tight Oil and Liquid-Rich Gas Reservoirs: Implications for Hydraulic Fracturing,
      A. Ghanizadeh, S. Aquino, O. Haeri-Ardakani, H. Sanei, and C. R. Clarkson

**Seismic-Based Production Forecasting for Shale Plays,
      Alice Guest, Simon Voisey, and Gabino Castillo

*Integrating Acoustic Emission Cloud Characteristics with Individual Event Source Parameters: What Can We Learn from Observed AE Throughout a Hydraulic Fracturing Process?,
      Jesse Hampton and Luis Matzar

*A Geomechanical Approach for Microseismic Fracture Mapping,
      S. Mehran Hosseini and Fred Aminzadeh

**An Extended Finite Element Method Based Modeling of Hydraulic Fracturing,
      Arman Khodabakhshnejad and Fred Aminzadeh

**Processing Well Log Data Using Empirical Mode Decomposition (EMD) and Diffusion Equation,
      Sangmyung D Kim, Seok jung Kwon, and Kwang min Jeon

*Mapping Fracture Flow and Reservoir Stress Compartments with Passive Seismic Imaging,
      Alfred Lacazette, Charles Sicking, Jan Vermilye, and Rigobert Tibi

What Can Microseismic Tell Us About Hydraulic Fracturing?,
      Shawn Maxwell

**In-situ Estimation of Unpropped Fracture Conductivity in Shale and Assessing its Role during Stimulation and Production,
      Mark W. McClure, Saurabh Tandon, Mingyuan Yang, and Siddharth Senthilnathan

*The Importance of 3-D in Stimulation Modeling of Unconventional Reservoirs,
      Daniel Moos

**Fracture Potential of Challenging Rocks: From Initiation to Productive Stimulated Rock Volume,
      Uno Mutlu, Jian Huang, Reza Safari, and Mojtaba Pordel Shahri

*Engineering Applications of Microseismic Data,
      Carl W. Neuhaus

Marcellus Field Study: Application of Viscoelastic Surfactant Stimulation System for Shale,
      C. Pechiney, J. Akin, K. Wutherich, M. Yates, C. Boyer, and D. Delozier

Novel Spatial Data Approach to Improve Production and Reduce Risks of Impacts Associated with Unconventional Resource Development – Using Geospatial & Geostatistical Analyses to Improve Science-Based Decision Making,
      Kelly Rose, Jennifer Bauer, and Deborah Glosser

*The Signature of Shearing Driven by Hydraulic Opening,
      James Rutledge, Xin Yu, and Scott Leaney

Bridging the Gap Between Microseismic and Hydraulic Fracturing Using the Horizontal Slip Mechanism,
      Yunhui Tan, Nat Smith, Jiahang Han, and Terry Engelder

*Modeling Study of Variation of Hydraulic Fracture Initiation and Location on Production Results Before and After Re-Fracturing,
      Fabian Vera and Randy LaFollette

Integrating Fracture Diagnostics for Complex Hydraulic Fracture Development Model,
      Kan Wu and Jon E. Olson

**Considering the Vertical Variation in Rock Mechanical Properties of a Lithologic Zone Using Laboratory Derived Data – Is it Time for Geomechanical Stratigraphy?,
      Douglas E. Wyatt, Jesse Hampton, Dandan Hu, Cheng Chen, and Vladimir Martysevich

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