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Petrophysics and Tight Rock Characterization for the Application of Improved Stimulation

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The goals of project are to improve understanding of rock-fluid interactions in shale, to improve petrophysical characterization methods and propose standards for shale analysis, and to develop methodology for the selection of fracturing fluids and additives. Specific objectives include (1) developing techniques, workflows, and best practices for the petrologic and petrophysical characterization of shale; (2) proposing analytical standards for porosity and permeability measurement in shale similar to those that exist for conventional reservoirs; (3) explore techniques to characterize shale microstructure; (4) characterizing interactions among rock, reservoir fluid, stimulation fluid, and additives; and (5) developing techniques to rapidly evaluate stimulation fluids and additives.


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Citation Chad Rowan, Petrophysics and Tight Rock Characterization for the Application of Improved Stimulation, 2018-07-27, https://edx.netl.doe.gov/dataset/petrophysics-and-tight-rock-characterization-for-the-application-of-improved-stimulation
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NETL Point of Contact Roy Long
NETL Point of Contact's Email Roy.Long@netl.doe.gov
NETL program or project Unconventional