Selected recent 10 publications


Key for multi-authored publications: (1) principal author; (2) principal author's (co-)supervisor; (3) co-author

Refereed Journal Publications

  1. Maxian B. Seales, Robert Dilmore, Turgay Ertekin, and John Yilin Wang. 2016. Numerical Analysis of the Source of Excessive Na+ and Cl- Species in Flowback Water from Hydraulically Fractured Shale Formations. Paper SPE 180911, SPE Journal, in press.

  2. Qiumei Zhou, Robert Dilmore, John Yilin Wang, and Andrew Kleit. 2016. Evaluating Fracture Fluid Flowback in Marcellus Using Data Mining Technologies. Paper SPE 173364, SPE Production and Operations, in press.

  3. D. Li, L. Zhang, J.Y. Wang, and D. Lu. 2016. Composition-Transient-Analysis in Shale Gas Reservoirs With Consideration of Multi-components Adsorption. SPE Journal, in press.

  4. Josef Blunschi, John Yilin Wang (2) and Turgay Ertekin. 2016. Hydraulic Fracturing Mechanisms in Coal. Intl Journal of Oil, Gas and Coal Technology, in press.

  5. C.H. Ahn, R. Dilmore, and J.Y. Wang (2). 2014. Development of Innovative and Efficient Hydraulic Fracturing Numerical Simulation Model and Parametric Studies in Unconventional Naturally Fractured Reservoirs. Journal of Unconventional Oil and Gas Resources (handled by an independent editor Professor Ranjith P.G.), Vol. 8, pp. 25-45.

  6. Qiumei Zhou, Robert Dilmore, Andrew Kleit, and John Yilin Wang (2). 2014. Evaluating Gas Production Performances in Marcellus Using Data Mining Technologies. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, Vol. 20, pp. 109-120.

  7. G. Kim and J.Y. Wang (2). 2014. Interpretation of Hydraulic Fracturing Pressure in Low-permeability Gas Formations. ASME Journal of Energy Resources Technology, Vol. 136, No. 3, pp. 032903.1-8.

  8. R. Olawoyin, J.Y. Wang (2), and S.A. Oyewole. 2013. Environmental Safety Assessment of Drilling Operations in the Marcellus Shale Gas Development. Paper SPE 163095, SPE Drilling & Completion, Vol. 28, No. 2, pp. 212-220, doi:10.2118/163095-PA.

  9. J.Y. Wang. 2012. Well Completion for Effective Deliquification of Natural Gas Wells. Journal of Energy Resources Technology, Vol. 134, No. 1, pp. 013102.1-013102.6.

  10. J.Y. Wang (1), S.A. Holditch, and D.A. McVay. 2010. Modeling of Fracture Fluid Cleanup in Tight Gas Wells. Paper SPE 119624, SPE Journal, Vol. 15, No. 3, pp. 783-793.


Conference Papers (abstract peer reviewed)

  1. Qiumei Zhou, Robert Dilmore, Andrew Kleit, and John Yilin Wang (2). 2015. Evaluation Fracture Fluid Flowback in Marcellus Using Data Mining Technologies. Paper SPE 173364, presented at SPE Hydraulic Fracturing Technology Conference, The Woodlands, Texas, USA, 3-5 February.

  2. J. Han and J.Y. Wang (2). 2014. Fracture Conductivity Decrease Due to Proppant Deformation and Crushing, A Coupled Numerical Study. SPE Paper 171019, presented at SPE Eastern Regional Meeting in Charleston, West Virginia, USA from 21-23 October.

  3. Chong Hyun Ahn, Oliver Chang, Robert Dilmore, and John Yilin Wang (2). 2014. A Hydraulic Fracture Network Propagation Model in Shale Gas Reservoirs: Parametric Studies to Enhance the Effectiveness of Stimulation. Presented at the Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTeC) in Denver, Colorado, USA, 25-27 August.

  4. Qiumei Zhou, Robert Dilmore, Andrew Kleit, and John Yilin Wang (2). 2014. Evaluating Gas Production Performances in Marcellus Using Data Mining Technologies. Presented at the Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTeC) in Denver, Colorado, USA, 25-27 August.

  5. J. Han, V. Puri, and J.Y. Wang (2). 2014. A Fully-Coupled Geomechanics and Fluid Flow Model for Proppant Pack Failure and Fracture Conductivity Damage Analysis. SPE paper 168617 for presentation as a Knowledge Sharing Electronic Poster (ePoster) at the 2014 SPE Hydraulic Fracturing Technology Conference to be held 4-6 February, 2014 in The Woodlands, TX, USA.

  6. M.Z. Jahromi, J.Y. Wang (2), and T. Ertekin. 2013. Development of a Three-Dimensional Three-Phase Fully Coupled Numerical Simulator for Modeling Hydraulic Fracture Propagation in Tight Gas Reservoirs. Paper SPE 163850, presented at 2013 SPE Hydraulic Fracturing Technology Conference to be held in The Woodlands, TX, USA, 4-6 February.

  7. K. Abaa, J.Y. Wang (2) and M.T. Ityokumbul. 2012. Parametric Study of Fracture Treatment Parameters for UltraTight Gas Reservoirs. Paper SPE 152877, presented at the Americas Unconventional Resources Conference held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, 5-7 June.

  8. T. Vatsa and J.Y. Wang (2). 2011. Fracture Height Containment in the Stimulation of Oriskany Formation. Paper SPE 149227, presented at SPE Eastern Regional Meeting held in Columbus, Ohio, USA, 17-19 August.

  9. G. Kim and J.Y. Wang (2). 2011. Interpretation of Hydraulic Fracturing Pressure in Low-permeability Gas Formations. Paper SPE 141525, presented at SPE Production and Operation Symposium held in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA, 27-29 March.

  10. T. Osholake Jr., J.Y. Wang (2), and T. Ertekin. 2011. Factors Affecting Hydraulically Fractured Well Performances in the Marcellus Shale Gas Reservoirs. Paper SPE 144076, presented at SPE North American Unconventional Gas Conference held in The Woodlands, Texas, USA, 14-16 June.