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Integration of Rock Physics Modelling to Improve Pore Pressure Prediction in Unconventional Shales

A presentation shared at URTeC in which we discuss some initial and ongoing work in the Midland Basin. The work focusses on how we can use Rock Physics modeling to potentially improve pore pressure in unconventional shale plays. Special thanks to Fasken Oil and Ranch.

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