The first PSGD-sanctioned publication: "Faulting and Fracturing in Shale and Self-sourced Reservoirs"

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American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)

The PSGD is happy to announce the release of our first sanctioned Special Issue of AAPG Bulletin titled Faulting and Fracturing in Shale and Self-sourced Reservoirs (November 2014 issue).

This special issue presents the current state of knowledge on the importance of structural and geomechanical controls on production from shale and self-sourced reservoirs.

This is an important step for the PSGD in that it showcases the hard work of the contributing authors, AAPG Editors, reviewers, and the AAPG publications team.

Below is the table of contents:

Paper Title Authors
Faulting and fracturing in shale and self-sourced reservoirs: Introduction Ferrill et al. (2014)
Natural fractures in shale: A review and new observations Gale et al. (2014)
The role of seismic attributes in understanding the hydraulically fracturable limits and reservoir performance in shale reservoirs: An example from the Eagle Ford Shale, south Texas Bodziak et al. (2014)
Geomechanical modeling of hydraulic fracturing: Why mechanical stratigraphy, stress state, and pre-existing structure matter Smart et al. (2014)
Deformation conditions for fracturing in the Middle Devonian sequence of the central Appalachians during the Late Paleozoic Alleghenian orogeny Evans et al. (2014)
Characterization and development of subsurface fractures observed in the Marcellus Formation, Appalachian Plateau, north-central Pennsylvania Wilkins et al. (2014)
The concept of joint saturation and its application Tan et al. (2014)
Failure of cap-rock seals as determined from mechanical stratigraphy, stress history, and tensile-failure analysis of exhumed analogs Petrie et al. (2014)
Failure modes of shales and their implications for natural and man-made fracture assemblages Aydin (2014)
Natural fractures in a United Kingdom shale reservoir analog, Cleveland Basin, northeast England Imber et al. (2014)
Geomechanics of hydraulic fracturing microseismicity: Part 1. Shear, hybrid, and tensile events Busetti et al. (2014)
Geomechanics of hydraulic fracturing microseismicity: Part 2. Stress state determination Busetti and Ze’ev Reches (2014)
Control of mechanical stratigraphy on bed-restricted jointing and normal faulting: Eagle Ford Formation, south-central Texas Ferrill et al. (2014)

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