About the book
"Shale Gas Production- Lessons Learned" intends to provide a critical review of the shale gas boom that started in North America. An overview of the technology history, economic challenges, and policy of shale gas development in the United States to ascertain the main factors contributing to the shale gas boom. This book welcomes but does not limit to submissions regarding:
-production; advances in decline curve analysis, determining of optimal well spacing, parent-child wells relation, frat hit, stress shadowing, well interference,
-completion; determining optimal fracture spacing, optimal pad volume, optimal proppant volume, size and type, fiber optics,
-environmental aspects; produced water management, environmentally sustainable operation, footprint, and water consumption,
-improved oil recovery; Huff and Puff gas injection, surfactant injection, pilot tests, upscaling of lab-results to pilot-scale and field-scale,
-economics; integration of gas utilization, reducing operational costs, and water treatment.