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1 INTRODUCTION
2.1.1 Ordovician
2.1.2 Silurian
2.1.3 Devonian
2.2 DEPOSITIONAL ENVIRONMENT AND THICKNESS OF BLACK SHALES
2.3 NATURAL FRACTURING
3.1 TOTAL ORGANIC CARBON
3.2 KEROGEN TYPE
3.3.1 Rock-Eval
3.3.2 Vitrinite Reflectance
3.3.3 Thermal Alteration Index
3.3.4 Conodont Alteration Index
4.1 NATURAL GAS RESOURCE
4.2 DEVONIAN SHALE GAS PRODUCTION IN NEW YORK
4.3 SILURIAN SHALE GAS PRODUCTION IN NEW YORK
5 RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT DEVONIAN SHALE WELLS
6.1 NATURAL GAS COMPOSITION
6.2 NATURAL FRACTURES
6.3 NATURAL GAS STORAGE CAPACITY
6.4.1 Historical Data
6.4.2 New Methodology
6.5 PERMEABILITY
6.6 RESERVOIR PRESSURE
6.7 ROCK MECHANICS
7.1.1 Geologic Mapping
7.1.2 Formation Evaluation
7.1.3 Natural Fracture Identification
7.2.1 Stimulation
7.2.2 Horizontal / High Angle Wells
7.2.3 Recompletions
8 REFERENCES
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Fractured Shale Gas Potential in New York

Fractured Shale Gas Potential in New York

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