Conductivity (fracture flow):
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Creating a fracture in a carbonate and etching the face of the fracture to preserve flow capacity down the fracture.
The initial part of the fracture fluid that creates the fracture width and controls the initial fluid loss but contains no proppant.
The ability of a rock to transmit fluid through the pore spaces. - a key influence on the rate of flow, movement and drainage of ...
The procedure by which acid flow is confined to the natural permeability and porosity of the formation. Compare fracture acidizing.
To fracture stimulate a formation by injecting the acid over the parting pressure of the rock and using the acid to etch channels in the ...
A fracture created with little or no plastic deformation.
A measure of the ability of a single fluid to flow through a rock when another fluid is also present in the pore spaces. Compare ...
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