Tools to facilitate key engineering and geoscience workflows
Cutting-edge capabilities in practical, easy-to-use apps
More about the apps
Analyze interference tests to estimate fracture conductivity and the degree of production interference.
Use modern best-practices to interpret Diagnostic Fracture Injection Tests to estimate stress, permeability, and pore pressure.
Get up to speed quickly with help content built directly into the app
Technical documentation and training materials
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ResApps are a suite of tools designed to facilitate key engineering and geoscience workflows.
Yes, you can! ResApps are licensed separately from the ResFrac simulator.
No, the apps are entirely web-based.
Submitted data are stored in an encrypted database hosted on Microsoft Azure. Data are keyed by user, so users are only able to access their own data. All data transmissions are handled using industry-standard encrypted protocols.
Licenses are annual subscriptions for individual-users. For more information on ResApps site login and app signup, see the tutorial here.
Recent content from the ResFrac blog
ResFrac is honored to welcome Dr. Thomas Finkbeiner to the team as a Senior Technical Advisor. Having lived many years in the region and consulted with Saudi Aramco and others, Thomas brings valuable technical and regional expertise to the ResFrac team. We look forward to his contribution as we develop and penetrate the rapidly growing Middle East market.
Last week wrapped another outstanding SPE Hydraulic Fracturing Technology Conference. Every year, I write a blog post highlighting notable HFTC papers. Here is this year’s edition! As in past years, this is not an attempt to pick the ‘best’ papers. It’s a selection of papers that I personally found insightful, based on my own interests and specialization.
ResFrac Corporation is built around the ResFracPro simulator, which is the only commercial simulator that fully integrates genuine hydraulic fracture modeling and reservoir simulation. Now, we are broadening to build a complementary suite of apps – which we are called ‘ResApps.’