December 2020
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Integrated diagnostics data advance infill development

Large-scale data accumulation is becoming more common in shale development. However, the industry struggles with a data dilemma. On the one hand, operators know that they have to gather data to learn and improve. On the other hand, the learning and analysis require so much manpower that often the collected data are left unexplored.
Zachary Crowley Mike Davies Erica Coenen

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