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  • ​Enayatpour, S., and T. Patzek. "Finite Element Solution of Nonlinear Transient Rock Damage with Application in Geomechanics of Oil and Gas Reservoirs".
Keywords:
Volumetric rock damage, Damage diffusion, Reservoir geo-mechanics, Brittle fracture
  • ​Enayatpour, Saeid, and Tad Patzek. "URTeC 1620617: Thermal shock in reservoir rock enhances the hydraulic fracturing of gas shales." In Unconventional Resources Technology Conference, Denver, CO, Society of Petroleum Engineers, 2013.
Keywords:
stress, gradient, defusion, production, enhancement, tensile, cooling, damage
  • ​Browning, John, Scott W. Tinker, Svetlana Ikonnikova, Gürcan Gülen, Eric Potter, Qilong Fu, Susan Horvath et al. "Barnett Shale Model-1: Study develops decline analysis, geologic parameters for reserves, production forecast." Oil Gas J 111, no. 8 (2013).
Keywords:
pressure, interference, production, decline, linear, transient, flow
  • ​Browning, John, Scott W. Tinker, Svetlana Ikonnikova, Gürcan Gülen, Eric Potter, Qilong Fu, Susan Horvath et al. "Barnett Shale Model-2 (Conclusion): Barnett study determines full-field reserves, production forecast." Oil & Gas Journal 111, no. 9 (2013).
Keywords:
well-by-well forecast, decline, ultimate, gas, recovery, scenarios, economics, gas, price
  • ​Enayatpour, S., E. Van Oort, and T. Patzek. "SPE 166482: FreezeFrac Improves the Productivity of Gas Shales." In SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, New Orleans, LA, Society of Petroleum Engineers, 2013.
Keywords:
tensile, stress, permeability, enhancement, increase
  • Patzek, T. W., Male, F. and Marder, M. "Supporting Materials to: Gas production in the Barnett Shale obeys a simple scaling theory,"  PNAS, doi:10.1073/pnas.1313380110, November 18, 2013
Keywords:
mass, momentum, balance, equation, hydrofracturing, shale gas, type, curve, fracking
  • ​Patzek, Tad W., Frank Male, and Michael Marder. "Gas production in the Barnett Shale obeys a simple scaling theory." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110, no. 49 (2013): 19731-19736.
Keywords:
hydrofracturing, shale gas, scaling laws, energy resources, fracking