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The key elements for shale resource evaluation are the mineral content – such as clay, quartz and calcite – the total organic carbon (TOC) content, the brittleness and some mechanical properties of the shale rocks. Geomechanical studies are necessary both for understanding wellbore environment stability and also interpreting well log data, by estimating the mechanical properties of the subsurface.
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This new e-symposium highlights methodologies for managing the wide range of input data used in geomodeling, and approaches to building fit for purpose 3D geological models. It shows how to design modeling schemes, identify uncertainties and how to apply results to real life field development. It is scheduled on 29 October at 2:00 pm (CST).
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