Shale Geomechanics

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TD-GEOM-207


This 2-day course will enable participants to relate the principles of geomechanics to drilling and completing shale gas wells. The course focuses on the basic principles of stress analysis and the measurement and determination of geomechanical properties relevant to wellbore stability and fracture permeability predictions.

Topics include:

  • Mud Weights
  • Casing Set Point
  • Methods Used For Predicting Optimal Drilling Directions
  • Methods Used to Predict Permeable Fracture Sets

Intended Audience:

  • Earth Scientists
  • Drilling Engineers
  • Reservoir Engineers
  • Geologists
  • Geophysicists

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Course Objectives

Learn to:

  • Apply geomechanics principles to drilling and completing wells in shale reservoirs.

Course Length: 2 days

Delivery Locations

  • See online schedule
  • Customer on-site course available

Who Should Attend

Personnel involved in drilling, completions, and reservoir behavior in unconventional reservoirs.

  • Earth Scientists
  • Drilling Engineers
  • Reservoir Engineers
  • Geologists
  • Geophysicists

Course Description

This course covers the principles of geomechanics as applied to shale reservoirs, focusing on the basic principles of stress analysis and the measurement and determination of geomechanical properties relevant to wellbore stability and fracture permeability predictions.

Topics include:

  • Mud weights
  • Casing set points
  • Reservoir stimulation
  • Methods used for predicting optimal drilling directions
  • Methods used to predict permeable fracture sets

Request a class
Can't find the class or class offering you'd like? Please email us with the class and date range you'd like to see offered and we will contact you with any additional questions. contact us.

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