Montney Hydrodynamics & Geothermics – Impact on EURs

Presented May 2015 at Canadian Discovery
Kaush Rakhit
Mark Lenko
Thursday, May 28, 2015
This is a review of regional variances of pressure, temperature and liquids content within the Montney, including how these affect well productivity, EURs and liquids yields.

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