Gas shale in the Rocky Mountains and beyond

Edited by: David G. HillPaul G. Lillis, and John B. Curtis

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Abstract

This guidebook includes papers on various aspects of resource evaluation, exploration, petrophysics, reservoir potential, well deliverability and drilling and completion technology. As new shale plays are explored for and developed, it is important to learn from analogs and case histories, including those from outside the Rocky Mountain region. While the emphasis is on natural gas, we realize there is also value in learning from our experiences from shales and other fine-grained source rocks that have produced oil from Rocky Mountain basins.

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Publication type Book
Publication Subtype Handbook
Title Gas shale in the Rocky Mountains and beyond
Year Published 2008
Language English
Publisher The Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists
Contributing office(s) Central Energy Resources Science Center
Description CD ROM