The TCHF goals are to advance hydraulic fracturing technical development; to investigate and model fundamental physics involved and to promote environmentally responsible practice related to hydraulic fracturing. Fifteen individuals from industry and academia form the committee.
•Participate and organize HF sessions at annual symposiums
•Organize a workshop with focus on physics involved in fracture initiation, propagation, and closure.
•Interact and collaborate with other professional societies
•Develop white papers on HF.
|Gang Han (Chair)||Aramco Services Company|
|John McLennan||University of Utah|
|Ahmad Ghassemi||Oklahoma University|
|Joe Morris||Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory|
|Tony Settari||CGG/Taurus Reservoir|
|Jon Olson||University of Texas at Austin|
|Mukul Sharma||University of Texas at Austin|
|Nobuo Morita||Texas A&M|
|Mohamed Soliman||University of Houston|
|Maurice Dusseault||University of Waterloo|
|Hari Viswanathan||Los Alamos National Laboratory|
|Thomas Doe||Golder Associates|
|Mark Mack||Independent Consultant|
|Neal Nagel||Oilfield Geomechanics|
For more information please contact Gang Han
The 2017 ARMA Hydraulic Fracturing Workshop Deliveries
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