SPE Journal

Vol. 21 // No. 5          October 2016



Fracturing and Tight Reservoirs



1477–1490        180911         Numerical Analysis of the Source of Excessive Na+ and Cl– Species in Flowback Water From
                                            Hydraulically Fractured Shale Formations
                                           M. B. Seales, R. Dilmore, T. Ertekin, and J. Y. Wang

1491–1500        180930         Calculation of Temperature in Fracture for Carbon Dioxide Fracturing
                                            Z. Wang, B. Sun, and X. Sun

1501–1507        180920         A Different Perspective on the Forchheimer and Ergun Equations
                                           D. Mao, J. M. Karanikas, P. S. Fair, I. D. Prodan, and G. K. Wong

1508–1517        179743         New Propped-Fracture-Conductivity Models for Tight Gas Sands
                                           O. O. Awoleke, D. Zhu, and A. D. Hill

1518–1536        180910         The Stability of Inclined and Fractured Wellbores
                                            A. Mehrabian

1537–1553        173331         Performance Comparison of Transversely and Longitudinally Fractured Horizontal Wells
                                            Over  Varied Reservoir Permeability
                                           F. Yang, L. K. Britt, and S. Dunn-Norman

1554–1566        178509         Is That Interference? A Work Flow for Identifying and Analyzing Communication Through 
                                           Hydraulic Fractures in a Multiwell Pad
                                           A. Awada, M. Santo, D. Lougheed, D. Xu, and C. Virues

1567–1582        174902         Advanced Modeling of Interwell-Fracturing Interference: An Eagle Ford Shale-Oil Study
                                           M. Marongiu-Porcu, D. Lee, D. Shan, and A. Morales

1583–1611        1921039       A Unified Model for Gas Transfer in Nanopores of Shale-Gas Reservoirs: Coupling Pore 
                                           Diffusion and Surface Diffusion
                                           K. Wu, X. Li, C. Guo, C. Wang, and Z. Chen

1612–1630        173299         A Comprehensive Simulation Model of Kerogen Pyrolysis for the In-Situ Upgrading of Oil 
                                           Shales
                                           K. Lee, G. J. Moridis, and C. A. Ehlig-Economides

Enhanced Oil Recovery



1631–1642        170811         In-Situ Visualization of Multidimensional Imbibition in Dual-Porosity Carbonates
                                           A. J. Alshehri and A. R. Kovscek

1643–1654        172010         Potential of Low-Salinity Waterflood To Improve Oil Recovery in Carbonates: Demonstrating 
                                           the Effect by Qualitative Coreflood
                                           R. A. Nasralla, E. Sergienko, S. K. Masalmeh, H. A. van der Linde, N. J. Brussee, H. Mahani, 
                                           B. M. J. M. Suijkerbuijk, and I. S. M. Al-Qarshubi

1655–1668        174510         New Insight on Carbonate-Heavy-Oil Recovery: Pore-Scale Mechanisms of Post-Solvent 
                                           Carbon Dioxide Foam/Polymer-Enhanced-Foam Flooding
                                           A. Telmadarreie and J. J. Trivedi

1669–1687        175015         Dimensionality-Dependent Foam Rheological Properties: How To Go From Linear to Radial 
                                           Geometry for Foam Modeling and Simulation
                                           W. Lee, S. Lee, M. Izadi, and S. I. Kam

1688–1704        175123         A New Algorithm for Multiphase-Fluid Characterization for Solvent Injection
                                           A. Kumar and R. Okuno

1705–1720        180922         Measurement and Evaluation of Bitumen/Toluene-Mixture Properties at Temperatures Up to 
                                           190°C and Pressures Up to 10 MPa
                                           H. Nourozieh, M. Kariznovi, and J. Abedi

1721–1742        174417         Drained/Undrained-Zones Boundary in Steam-Assisted-Gravity-Drainage Process
                                           M. Irani and I. Gates

Oilfield Chemistry



1743–1746        173777         A Highly Effective Corrosion Inhibitor by Use of Gemini Imidazoline  
                                           J. Yang, L. Gao, X. Liu, W. Qin, C. Yin, and J. Zhang

1747–1754        166404         Effective Removal of Asphaltene Deposition in Metal-Capillary Tubes
                                           S. M. Hashmi and A. Firoozabadi

1755–1766        180918         Investigation of Biodiesel-Based Drilling Fluid, Part 1: Biodiesel Evaluation, Invert-Emulsion 
                                           Properties, and Development of a Novel Emulsifier Package
                                           W. Li, X. Zhao, Y. Ji, H. Peng, B. Chen, L. Liu, and X. Han

1767–1781        180926         Investigation of Biodiesel-Based Drilling Fluid, Part 2: Formulation Design, Rheological 
                                           Study, and Laboratory Evaluation
                                           W. Li, X. Zhao, Y. Ji, H. Peng, B. Chen, L. Liu, and X. Han

1782–1792        180923         An Investigation Into the Occurrence of Hydrate-Bearing Sediments Offshore the East Coast 
                                            of  Trinidad and Tobago
                                           M. B. Seales, J. Marcelle-De Silva, T. Ertekin, and J. Y. Wang

Analytical and Numerical Methods



1793–1812        173192         Assisted History Matching of Channelized Models by Use of Pluri-Principal-Component 
                                           Analysis
                                           C. Chen, G. Gao, B. A. Ramirez, J. C. Vink, and A. M. Girardi

1813–1829        173216         Gradient-Based Multiobjective Optimization for Maximizing Expectation and Minimizing 
                                           Uncertainty or Risk With Application to Optimal Well-Control Problem With Only Bound 
                                           Constraints
                                           X. Liu and A. C. Reynolds

1830–1842        173274         Augmented Lagrangian Method for Maximizing Expectation and Minimizing Risk for Optimal 
                                           Well-Control Problems With Nonlinear Constraints
                                           X. Liu and A. C. Reynolds

1843–1857        180909         Rigorous and Explicit Determination of Reserves and Hyperbolic Exponents in Gas-Well 
                                           Decline Analysis
                                           T. N. Stumpf and L. F. Ayala

1858–1869        173470         Analytical Treatment of Pressure-Transient Solutions for Gas Wells With Wellbore Storage 
                                            and  Skin Effects by the Green’s Functions Method
                                           E. P. S. Sousa, A. B. Barreto Jr., and A. M. M. Peres

1870–1882        180919         A Novel Uniform-Flux Solution Based on the Green’s Function Method for Modeling the
                                           Pressure-Transient Behavior of a Restricted-Entry Well in Anisotropic Gas Reservoirs
                                           F. A. Miranda, A. B. Barreto Jr., and A. M. M. Peres

1883–1898        168997         From Streamlines to Fast Marching: Rapid Simulation and Performance Assessment of Shale-
                                           Gas Reservoirs by Use of Diffusive Time of Flight as a Spatial Coordinate
                                           Y. Zhang, N. Bansal, Y. Fujita, A. Datta-Gupta, M. J. King, and S. Sankaran

1899–1915        180916         A Relative Permeability Rock-Typing Methodology With a Clustering Method Combined With
                                           Heuristic Optimization Procedure
                                           A. L. M. Compan, G. C. R. Bodstein, and P. Couto