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Development of a 'Quad Porosity' Numerical Flow Model for Shale Gas Reservoirs
Shale gas production modeled with conventional simulators/models is often lower than actually observed field data, even when the effect of hydraulic fractures is taken into account. This is currently being explained by the development of secondary fracturing (the stimulated reservoir volume). While such geomechanical effects are often dominant, it is likely that other factors also contribute to the observed productivity, and these need to be quantified in order to understand the relativedoi:10.11575/prism/25670 fatcat:nkuxpbsh25hn5fmy3gln36q27u