This paper was prepared for presentation at the Unconventional Resources Technology Conference held in Austin, Texas, USA, 20-22 July 2020. The URTeC Technical Program Committee accepted this presentation on the basis of information contained in an abstract submitted by the author(s). The contents of this paper have not been reviewed by URTeC and URTeC does not warrant the accuracy, reliability, or timeliness of any information herein. All information is the responsibility of, and, is subject to corrections by the author(s). Any person or entity that relies on any information obtained from this paper does so at their own risk. The information herein does not necessarily reflect any position of URTeC. Any reproduction, distribution, or storage of any part of this paper by anyone other than the author without the written consent of URTeC is prohibited. Abstract The publicly available multi-terabyte dataset of the Marcellus Shale Energy and Environmental Lab (MSEEL) consortium provides a unique opportunity to develop fracture models and analyze the effectiveness of the stimulation of a reservoir on a consistent base. Sonic, microresistivity image and production logs, microseismic data, and raw fiber optic measurements are examples of such data. Abundant core samples supplied demonstrate reservoir complexity and high density of natural fractures. The planar fracture model allows us to compare and contrast multiple stimulation strategies and propose engineered completions that cannot be done solely by data-driven approaches. Conclusions about stage spacing, stimulation design, wellbore placement, and stage isolation are shared. The workflow will be detailed to allow others to use, verify, and critique our findings using the same initial data.