Geology of the Haynesville Gas Shale in East Texas and West Louisiana

Edited by Ursula Hammes and Julia Gale


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This AAPG Memoir on the Haynesville Shale of East Texas, USA, provides an overview of the main geologic, stratigraphic, sedimentologic, geomechanical, micro-seismic and engineering characteristics of the Haynesville mudrocks.

Experts on mudrocks from academia, industry, and government contribute with a variety of topics that describe the Haynesville Shale from basin- to nanaoscale, reflecting the dimensions affecting shale-gas assessment and demonstrating the variety of techniques applicable to shale-gas evaluation.

The included papers serve not only as examples of shale-gas analyses of the East Texas shale basin employing different techniques, but also are examples of approaches to evaluating shale basins worldwide.

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AAPG Memoir 105

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Product Code:1214
Publisher:AAPG
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ISBN:9780891813859
Media:Hardcover
Pages:236

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