EFFECTS OF DIFFERENTIAL COMPACTION FRACTURING SHOWN IN FOUR RESERVOIRS

Gilbert E. Thomas Thomas & Associates Denver With the advent of horizontal drilling in the U.S., fractured reservoirs have become a major target in the ongoing search for hydrocarbons. Early optimism resulting from the high initial production rates for horizontal wells, however, is now being replaced by a more realistic view as many such wells are exhibiting rapid declines in production. This is especially true for the Mississippian Bakken shale play in the Williston basin and the Cretaceous

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