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Joint Industry Project launches Utica- Point Pleasant JIP

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Digital rock physics company Ingrain, Inc. announced the official launch of their multi-client study of the Utica-Point Pleasant sequence, commonly referred to as the Utica shale play.

This Joint Industry Project (JIP) is designed to help operators reduce risk and improve well performance by using Ingrain's technology to understand the rock properties that control reservoir quality and well productivity. The Utica-Point Pleasant JIP recently became active and the initial sponsor meeting will be held in the coming weeks. The project is now open for participation by additional operators.

The JIP will focus on the following key issues: relationships between facies, depositional sequences and reservoir quality; shale pore types and their effect on total porosity and permeability; porosity-permeability trends for individual Utica and Point Pleasant facies; relative permeability and capillary pressure behaviour; and linking core-derived reservoir quality to well logs and well productivity.



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