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Knowledge Sharing ePosters

The Knowledge Sharing ePosters are located in Town Center South.   An ePoster is an electronic version of a traditional poster presented on a flat screen monitor. It offers the added benefit of animation, audio, and video and enhances the visual experience to provide greater interactivity between the attendee and the poster author.

 

Tuesday, 1 April

Time

Station

Networking Coffee Break/Knowledge Sharing ePosters
Paper Number, Title and Authors

1435 - 1450

1

169011: Practical Compartmental Model for Shale-gas Production by Multiple-Fractured Horizontal Wells Considering Transport Influenced by Nano-pore Proximity
B. Milad, F. Civan, D. Devegowda, R.F. Sigal, University of Oklahoma

1435 - 1450

2

168984: Imbibition Characteristics of the Barnett Shale Formation
S. Morsy, J.J. Sheng, Texas Tech University

1455 - 1510

1

168993: Analysis of Gas Production From Hydraulically Fractured Wells In The Haynesville Shale Using Scaling Methods
F. Male, A.W. Islam, T.W. Patzek, University of Texas ; M. Marder, University of Texas at Austin

1455 - 1510

2

169024: Zonal Isolation Technology Enables Production Without Post-Frac Intervention
R.M. Allen, L.B. Oberg, Baker Hughes


Wednesday, 2 April

Time

Station

Networking Coffee Break/Knowledge Sharing ePosters
Paper Number, Title and Authors

0935 - 0950

1

168987: Development of a Stress Dependent Permeability Model in Tight Gas Reservoirs: A Case Study in Cooper Basin, Australia
M. Rezazadeh, M. Haghighi, K. Pokalai, University of Adelaide

0935 - 0950

2

168967: Simulation of Coupled Hydraulic Fracturing Propagation and Gas Well Performance In Shale Gas Reservoirs
X. Wang, CNPC USA; P.H. Winterfeld, Colorado School of Mines; X. Ma, Changqing Oilfield Company, Petrochina; D. Ye, Chuanqing Drilling Engineering Company; J. Miao, Y. Wang, CNPC USA; Y. Wu, Colorado School of Mines

0955 - 1010

1

168985: Improvement of Eagle Ford Shale Formation’s Water Imbibition by Mineral Dissolution and Wettability Alteration
S. Morsy, Texas Tech University; A.M. Gomaa, Baker Hughes Ltd; J.J. Sheng, Texas Tech University

0955 - 1010

2

169016: Fluid Compositional Prediction in Conventional and Unconventional Petroleum Systems
B. Horsfield, R. di Primio, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences


Thursday, 3 April

Time

Station

Networking Coffee Break/Knowledge Sharing ePosters
Paper Number, Title and Authors

0935 - 0950

1

168981: Modification of the Transient Linear Flow Distance of Investigation Calculation for Use in Hydraulic Fracture Property Determination
H. Behmanesh, S. Tabatabaie, University of Calgary; M. Heidari Sureshjani, IOR Research Institute; C.R. Clarkson, University of Calgary

0935 - 0950

2

168975: Are the Laboratory Measurements of Proppant Crush Resistance Unrealistically Low?
J. Getty, C.R. Bulau, Montana Tech of The University of Montana

0955 - 1010

1

169006: Probabilistic Estimate of Global Coalbed Methane Recoverable Resources
Z. Dong, Schlumberger ; S.A. Holditch, W.B. Ayers, Texas A&M University; J. Lee, University of Houstony

0955 - 1010

2

169012: A Sensitivity Study of Potential CO2 Injection for Enhanced Gas Recovery in Barnett Shale Reservoirs
W. Yu, University of Texas ; E.W. Al-shalabi, ADNOC; K. Sepehrnoori, University of Texas