Application of Advanced Technologies in Tight Gas Sandstones - Travis Peak and Cotton Valley Formation, Waskom Field, Harrison County, Texas Reservoirs

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1991

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Staged Field Experiment No. 3: Application of Advanced Technologies in Tight Gas Sandstones - Travis Peak and Cotton Valley Formations, Waskom Field, Harrison County, Texas

The Gas Research Institute has sponsored research directed towards improving the recovery efficiency and reducing the cost of producing gas from tight reservoirs. To more effectively acquire data and perform research experiments, the concept of Staged Field Experiments (SFEs) was developed.

SFE No. 3 is the third well in a series of four SFEs. The well is located in the Waskom Field in Harrison County, Texas. Engineering and geologic data were measured and analyzed on the Travis Peak and Cotton Valley Formations. SFE No. 3 provided a field laboratory site to test technology on in-situ stress profiling, fracture diagnostics, real-time fracture analysis, and pre- and post-fracture well performance analysis. This report documents the detailed information and results from GRI's research efforts in SFE No. 3.

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