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Kuuskraa reservoir pore volume, with negligible pressure interference between wells, depending on the geometry of the sand lens and the sand-to-shale ratio in a given reservoir. c. Potential for Contacting Remote Lens. One of the key technical issues addressed by the study was the following: Within a given area, what is the expected number of sand bodies that will be contacted by a fracture of a given length? The first step is to develop a probability function for the expected number of sand bodies (of dimension " x " by ">>") that will be intersected by a fracture of length' ' S ' ' in an area which has * 'p' percent of its total area composed of sand bodies, where p is the proportion of the volume composed of sand bodies based on geologic interpretation, x is the " l e n g t h " of an " a v e r a g e " sand body, y is the " w i d t h " of an " a v e r a g e " sand body, and 5 is the fracture length.

Unconventional Natural Gas 47 Fig. 22 Case 3. Ifj> < S

A radial flow system, analogous to flow into a wellbore from a cylindrical drainage region, is idealized in Fig. 17 for two wellbore radii—the initial wellbore r and a hydraulically induced fracture r . wl w2 Unconventional Natural Gas Fig. 17. 39 Model for radial flow of fluids to central wellbore. E. Adaptation of Gas Flow Theory for Lenticular Gas Reservoirs 1. Introduction Although the preponderance of industry's development programs in tight formations have been in the continuous, blanket sands, much of the target gas in place is in discontinuous, lenticular sand body reservoirs.

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