John Gerstenlauer talks about ERCE's choice of the 0.4% fracture porosity assumption. He says it was the highest that ERCE has seen, but he says that if you look in the academic literature it can go to 0.8% or so.
Well yes John it can, but I've also looked at the academic literature, and fracture porosities in carbonate fold belts can go MILES above beyond 0.8% lol.
My chums have some of the data. We have been studying this extensively.
John then says that Shaikan has the highest fracturing that he's ever seen...you can tell from the way he stumbles very slightly with his words at that point that he's being VERY careful with what he is saying about this issue.
He then says it is "one hell of a fracture population" and that "ERCE had never seen a Shaikan".
He then says that the CPR has used a "fairly conservative fracture porosity".
btw 52 minutes in, John Gerstenlauer says that of the water kick at Shaikan-6: "I'm pretty much convinced the water kick at Shaikan-6 was bad cement".
Have now found via google... nb I originally went straight to aapg to start with and used their search... why i found nothing I think. But via Googel, yes acreage 1632 km2 - high level of careful research to ensure high recovery 65% - final phase of around 109 wells... on shaikan ! shed loads of data from March 2014.
Main question now, do you have a life outside of research on gkp lol...
Hopefully of as it reads plenty of upside from current status...
So, why is sp so cr4p at present, when it was so much better 12 months ago and beyond and lets face it payment was still and issue then, think O&G is probably what krg want more than anything IMO... then they can pay with their own funds... just a thought ?
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