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The past decade has witnessed many changes in hydraulic fracture-stimulation technology and completion operation techniques used in the development of low-permeability reservoirs. Most of these changes have been effective in improving our ability to economically extract hydrocarbons from these unconventional reservoirs. By reviewing the stimulation and completion techniques used in Jonah field over the past decade, a best-practice methodology has emerged of how to treat these low-permeability gas reservoirs from both a hydraulic fracture-stimulation view and a completion practice perspective to identify damage mechanisms and to maximize productivity. The methods discussed here can be applied to low-permeability reservoirs in...

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