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Evaluation of Fracture Growth and Gas/Fluid Migration as Horizontal Marcellus Shale Gas Wells Are Hydraulically Fractured in Greene County, Pennsylvania
Richard W. Hammack (au)
Report of a field study that monitored the induced fracturing of six horizontal Marcellus Shale gas wells in Greene County, PA. Research objectives were: (1) to determine the maximum height of fractures created by hydraulic fracturing at this location; and (2) to determine if natural gas or fluids from the hydraulically fractured Marcellus Shale had migrated 3,800 ft upward to an overlying Upper Devonian/Lower Mississippian gas field during or after hydraulic fracturing. Conclusions: (1) the impact of hydraulic fracturing on the rock mass did not extend to the upper Devonian/Lower Mississippian gas field; and (2) there has been no detectable migration of gas or aqueous fluids to the upper Devonian/Lower Mississippian gas field during the monitored period after hydraulic fracturing. Tables and figure. This is a print on demand report.
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