SPE Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering

Vol. 21 // No. 4          November 2018

 

Characterization of Nanoporous Systems


806–820
SPE-187422-PA 

Multiscale Fluid-Phase-Behavior Simulation in Shale Reservoirs Using a Pore-Size-Dependent Equation of State

S. Luo, J. L. Lutkenhaus, and H. Nasrabadi

821–836
SPE-191369-PA 

Integration of Large-Area Scanning-Electron-Microscopy Imaging and Automated Mineralogy/Petrography Data for Selection of Nanoscale Pore-Space Characterization Sites

A. Kazak, S. Chugunov, and A. Chashkov

Petrophysics of Mudrocks


837–849
SPE-194199-PA

A New Workflow for Improved Water-Saturation Assessment in Organic-Rich Mudrocks Honoring Rock Fabric

A. Posenato Garcia, Z. Heidari, and A. Rostami

Geomechanics of Shales


850–862
SPE-191131-PA

Impact of Anisotropy Induced by Shale Lamination and Natural Fractures on Reservoir Development and Operational Designs

M. Gu

863–888
SPE-182006-PA

Transient-Rate Analysis of Stress-Sensitive Hydraulic Fractures: Considering the Geomechanical Effect in Anisotropic Shale

S. Yao, X. Wang, Q. Yuan, and F. Zeng

Stimulated Reservoir Volume Characterization


889–906
SPE-185609-PA

Evolution and Evaluation of SRV in Shale Gas Reservoirs: An Application in the Horn River Shale of Canada

E. Urban-Rascon, A. Yousefzadeh, C. J. Virues, and R. Aguilera

907–926
SPE-191125-PA

Determination of Performance of Multiple-Fracture Horizontal Well by Incorporating Fracture-Fluid Leakoff

M. B. Asadi, M. J. Ameri, S. Amini, and S. Zendehboudi

927–941
SPE-191375-PA

Sampling a Stimulated Rock Volume: An Eagle Ford Example

K. T. Raterman, H. E. Farrell, O. S. Mora, A. L. Janssen, G. A. Gomez, S. Busetti, J. McEwen, K. Friehauf, J. Rutherford, R. Reid, G. Jin, B. Roy, and M. Warren

Hydraulic-Fracture Modeling


942–960
SPE-194196-PA

Flow Interference Between Hydraulic Fractures

R. Weijermars, A. van Harmelen, L. Zuo, I. Nascentes Alves, and W. Yu

961–980
SPE-194019-PA

Semianalytical Solution for Modeling the Performance of Complex Multifractured Horizontal Wells in Unconventional Reservoirs

E. H. Idorenyin and E. E. Shirif

981–1006
SPE-194011-PA

Performance-Based Comparison for Hydraulically Fractured Tight and Shale-Gas Reservoirs With and Without Non-Darcy-Flow Effect
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S. Al-Rbeawi

Dynamic Modeling and Production Forecast in Unconventional Reservoirs


1007–1026
SPE-191373-PA

Integration of Support Vector Regression With Distributed Gauss-Newton Optimization Method and Its Applications to the Uncertainty Assessment of Unconventional Assets

Z. Guo, C. Chen, G. Gao, R. Cao, R. Li, and C. Liu

1027–1034
SPE-180076-PA

Modeling of Methane/Shale Excess Adsorption Under Reservoir Conditions

S. Yang, W. Wu, J. Xu, D. Ji, Z. Chen, and Y. Wei

1035–1044
SPE-185598-PA

Use of Dynamic Data and a New Material-Balance Equation for Estimating Average Reservoir Pressure, Original Gas in Place, and Optimal Well Spacing in Shale Gas Reservoirs

D. Orozco and R. Aguilera

1045–1057
SPE-194005-PA

Variable Exponential Decline: Modified Arps To Characterize Unconventional-Shale Production Performance

I. Gupta, C. Rai, C. Sondergeld, and D. Devegowda

Enhanced Oil Recovery in Tight Reservoirs


1058–1082
SPE-185079-PA

Coupling of Wellbore and Surface-Facilities Models With Reservoir Simulation To Optimize Recovery of Liquids From Shale Reservoirs

A. Fragoso, M. D. Trick, T. G. Harding, K. Selvan, and R. Aguilera

1083–1096
SPE-187483-PA

Improving Oil Recovery in the Wolfcamp Reservoir by Soaking/Flowback Production Schedule With Surfactant Additives

J. O. Alvarez, F. D. Tovar, and D. S. Schechter