|Cuss, R J, Wiseall, A C, Hennissen, J A I, Waters, C N, Kemp, S J, Ougier-Simonin, A, Holyoake, S, and Haslam, R B. 2015. Hydraulic fracturing: a review of theory and field experience. British Geological Survey Internal Report, OR/15/066.|
This study was undertaken by staff of the Energy & Marine Geoscience Programme of the British Geological Survey. Funding for the study was provided by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme as part of the M4ShaleGas Project; Measuring, monitoring, mitigating managing the environmental impact of shale gas.
Authors: Robert Cuss was lead author and contributed to all chapters; Andrew Wiseall contributed to all chapters; Jan Hennissen, Colin Waters, Simon Kemp, and Richard Haslam contributed to Hydraulic fracturing and Conclusions: knowledge gaps; Audrey Ougier-Simonin and Simon Holyoake contributed to Induced versus natural fractures and Conclusions: knowledge gaps.
This report is published with the permission of the Executive Director, British Geological Survey (NERC).
BGS Open Report OR/15/066.