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PGE 301-FinalReview.doc - PGE 301 Exam #2 Topics Covered...

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PGE 301 – Exam #2 – Topics Covered Homework and Labs Lab #2 – Petroleum Geology – traps, source rock, reservoir rock, oil migration, timing, burial history , oil and gas window, TOC Lab #3 – Geologic Maps – map symbols, contacts, formation, faults, folds, bedding dip from outcrop exposure, Quaternary vs bedrock (older) units, visualizing subsurface vs surface geology, unconformities, cross-cutting relationships Lab #4 – Hydraulic Fracturing – general fracture geometry, proppant properties related to stress and strength, McGuire Sikora calculations of J/Jo, fracture width versus fracture length for design, influence of formation permeability on design decisions, drainage area Lab #5 – Drilling – terminology and equipment, rate of penetration vs rotation speed / pump rate / weight on bit, power calculations HW #3 – Drilling and hydraulic fracturing – terminology, Marcellus Shale, drilling equipment, casing, drilling mud, drilling procedures, perforating, frac job
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This note was uploaded on 08/31/2011 for the course PGE 301 taught by Professor Olson during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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