PRESSURE TRANSIENT RESPONSE IN MULTILAYER GAS RESERVOIRS CONTAINING HYDRAULIC FRACTURES.
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This paper presents a method to estimate induced fracture properties and reservoir geometry in multilayered gas reservoirs similar to the Travis Peak formation in East Texas. The Travis Peak is characterized by commingled production from small, high-permeability channel sands and blanket low permeability formations. The authors specific objectives are to estimate fracture half-length, fracture conductivity, and area of the small, high-permeability layer in a two-layer reservoir system similar to the Travis Peak.
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Sullivan, R. B., Lee, W. J., & Holditch, S. A.
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Sullivan, RB||Lee, WJ||Holditch, SA