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Fractures, mechanics and flow in tight reservoirs (co-organized) | PICO
Convener: Nicolaas Hardebol  | Co-Conveners: Auke Barnhoorn , Maartje Houben 
PICO
 / Tue, 14 Apr, 13:30–15:00  / PICO Spot 1

Tuesday, 14 April 2015
PICO Spot 1
13:30–13:32
PICO1.1
EGU2015-11532
Physical and Transport Properties of the carbonate-bearing faults: experimental insights from the Monte Maggio Fault zone (Central Italy)
Fabio Trippetta, Marco Maria Scuderi, and Cristiano Collettini
13:32–13:34
PICO1.2
EGU2015-9246
Integrated approach for quantification of fractured tight reservoir rocks: Porosity, permeability analyses and 3D fracture network characterisation on fractured dolomite samples
Maarten Voorn, Auke Barnhoorn, Ulrike Exner, Patrick Baud, and Thierry Reuschlé
13:34–13:36
PICO1.3
EGU2015-12181
Porosity and permeability studies along fault zones in the Wetterstein platform (Triassic) of the Hochschwab area (Eastern Alps, Styria)
Doris Rupprecht, Helene Bauer, and Kurt Decker
13:36–13:38
PICO1.4
EGU2015-15233
Vein attribute scaling in strike-slip and extensional fault damage zones affecting the platform carbonates in the Jabal Qusaybah anticline, Salakh Arc, Oman
Luca Clemenzi, Fabrizio Balsamo, Fabrizio Storti, John Solum, Conxita Taberner, and Christian Tueckmantel
13:38–13:40
PICO1.5
EGU2015-9878
Fracture-fault network characterization of pavement imagery of the Whitby Mudstone, Yorkshire
Quinten Boersma, Nico Hardebol, Maartje Houben, Auke Barnhoorn, and Martyn Drury
13:40–13:42
PICO1.6
EGU2015-5852
Variations in petrophysical properties of shales along a stratigraphic section in the Whitby mudstone (UK)
Auke Barnhoorn, Maartje Houben, Joella Lie-A-Fat, Thomas Ravestein, and Martyn Drury
13:42–13:44
PICO1.7
EGU2015-7128
Fracture properties from tight reservoir outcrop analogues with application to geothermal exploration
Sonja L. Philipp, Dorothea Reyer, Filiz Afsar, Johanna F. Bauer, Silke Meier, and John Reinecker
13:44–13:54
PICO1.8
EGU2015-7674
The architecture and frictional properties of faults in shale
Nicola De Paola, Rosanne Murray, Mark Stillings, Jonathan Imber, and Robert Holdsworth
13:54–13:56
PICO1.9
EGU2015-7778
Reaction-induced fracturing of low permeability solids
Maya Kobchenko, Dag Kristian Dysthe, Francois Renard, Bjørn Jamtveit, and Anders Malthe-Sørenssen
13:56–13:58
PICO1.10
EGU2015-5637
Signature of seismic wave attenuation during fracture network formation
Auke Barnhoorn, Alimzhan Zhubayev, Maartje Houben, Nico Hardebol, and David Smeulders
13:58–14:00
PICO1.11
EGU2015-6919
Numerical Modeling of Fluid Migration and Propagation of Multiple Hydraulic Fractures in Crystalline Geothermal Reservoir
Jeoung Seok Yoon, Arno Zang, Günter Zimmermann, Ove Stephansson, and Ki-Bok Min
14:00–14:02
PICO1.12
EGU2015-496
Permeability evolution due to dissolution of natural shale fractures reactivated by fracking
Kamil Kwiatkowski, Tomasz Kwiatkowski, and Piotr Szymczak
14:02–14:04
PICO1.13
EGU2015-5445
Towards a non-linear theory for fluid pressure and osmosis in shales
Riccardo Droghei and Ettore Salusti