Frank E. Syfan Jr., Bradley M. Robinson S.A. Holditch & Associates Inc. College Station, Tex. The Davis sandstone, located in the Fort Worth basin of north-central Texas, has been identified as a potential candidate for additional reserve development, as a result of a reservoir/production performance study. The fluvial deltaic sedimentary environment found in the Davis is representative of approximately 40% of the tight gas sands found in the U.S. The relatively small drainage area, obtained from detailed reservoir analyses, raises the possibility that infill drilling could recover significant additional amounts of gas from ...

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