Hydraulic Fracturing: Fundamentals and Advancements
Jennifer L. Miskimins is the interim department head and an associate professor in the Petroleum Engineering Department at the Colorado School of Mines. Her research interests focus on the areas of hydraulic fracturing, stimulation, completions, and unconventional reservoirs. Miskimins holds a BS degree in petroleum engineering from the Montana College of Mineral Science and Technology and MS and PhD degrees in petroleum engineering from the Colorado School of Mines. She is an active member of SPE.
With an author team of 26 subject-matter experts representing a diversity of talent, background, and experience, Hydraulic Fracturing: Fundamentals and Advancements delivers a comprehensive discussion on the principles of hydraulic fracturing while also including the latest processes that have prompted the explosive growth in stimulating horizontal wells in shale and tight oil and gas reservoirs.
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