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Edited by John Breyer
Shale became a world-class oil reservoir early in the second decade of the 21st century. Oil production from the Eagle Ford grew from 352 barrels of oil per day (BOPD) in 2008 to over 1.7 million BOPD in March 2015. Since then, the play has been a victim of its own success. Anyone interested in the geology behind this remarkable play and the new ideas that reshaped the global energy supply should read this book.
Edited by Bob Krantz, Carol Ormand and Brett Freeman
AAPG Memoir 111. This volume sets out to understand more about the convergence of geology, 3-D thinking, and software, which collectively provide the basis for truly effective interpretation strategies.
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