July 2017
Features

Scientific approach applied to multi-well pad development in Eagle Ford shale

As the inventory of single-well pads in North American shale plays continues to build, the industry needs to determine: 1) What is the optimum spacing for an in-fill well; 2) Where should new multiple in-fill wells be drilled? An engineered approach enhances play economics and ensures maximized recovery with the least capital expenditure.
Kush Gakhar Dan Shan Yuri Rodionov Raj Malpani Efe Ejofodomi Jian Xu Karsten Fischer Timothy Pope

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