Stress heterogeneity, stress shadows, rock fabric and cluster efficiency are the key drivers from a hydraulic fracturing perspective for fracture-driven interactions (FDIs) that have been plaguing some major U.S. shale plays.

That’s according to Neal Nagel, the chief engineer and principal at OilField Geomechanics who recently shared insight during the second of a two-part series on FDIs.

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