Webcast | 2014 | February | Next Generation Discrete Fracture Network

Presenter: Jonathan McKenna, Research Geologist, MicroSeismic, Inc.

Date: February 18, 2014 at 10AM CDT

Title: Next Generation Discrete Fracture Network

Description: Effective propped fracture half-lengths during hydraulic fracturing are difficult to quantify, new modeling techniques must be developed to understand the spatial extent of proppant-filled fractures and improve estimates of proppant distribution within a formation. In this webcast, we will show you how the distribution of propped and unpropped fractures can be statistically analyzed to determine the Productive Stimulated Rock Volume (Productive-SRVTM) and constrain key field development parameters such as wellbore and stage spacing as well as vertical containment of proppant placement.

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