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Shale wells must be artificially stimulated to improve gas deliverability to a commercial level, and research is underway to develop a stimulation method suited to the Devonian Shale.\r\n\r\nThis report describes a performance comparison of two wells completed in the Shale near Youngstown, Ohio: one stimulated conventionally with hydraulic fracturing, the other with a nitrogen/water foam treatment. Both wells have comparable reservoir sections and received equivalently sized stimulation treatments.\r\n\r\nDrilling and fracture programs for both wells are discussed along with short-term gas production tests conducted to evaluate the fracture treatments. 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