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Effective flow properties of heterolithic, cross-bedded tidal sandstones: Part 2. Flow simulation

Benoît Y. G. Massart, Matthew D. Jackson, Gary J. Hampson, and Howard D. Johnson

AAPG Bulletin

...Effective flow properties of heterolithic, cross-bedded tidal sandstones: Part 2. Flow simulation Benoît Y. G. Massart, Matthew D. Jackson, Gary J...

2016

Laboratory Measurements of Matrix Permeability and Slippage Enhanced Permeability in Gas Shales

Rob Heller, Mark Zoback

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... to measure permeability allows us to separate the reduction of permeability with depletion (due to the resultant increase in effective confining stress...

2013

Multi-Scale Effective Flow Properties of Heterogeneous Mudstones; #120101 (2013)

Andrew C. Aplin, Gary D. Couples, Michael Drews, Kuncho D. Kurtev, and Jingsheng Ma

Search and Discovery.com

...Multi-Scale Effective Flow Properties of Heterogeneous Mudstones; #120101 (2013) Andrew C. Aplin, Gary D. Couples, Michael Drews, Kuncho D. Kurtev...

2013

Geological Considerations of the Weber Sandstone Reservoir, Rangely Field, Colorado

T. C. Larson

CSPG Bulletin

... in "effective" sandstone is about 15 per cent with "effective" reservoir sandstone defined here as that with 10 per cent or greater porosity...

1977

Gas Recovery Factor of Menilitov Pool of Kosmach Field

V. K. Sel’skiy, V. I. Kirinyachenko

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

... for the three reservoir members. See Fig. 1. Maps were also compiled showing effective gas-saturated thickness and product of effective gas-saturated...

1979

Structure of the Oil Ring in Horizon Bu10-11 of Urengoy Gas-Condensate-Oil Field

V. V. Maslennikov, Z. D. Khannanov, Z. A. Akhmadeyeva

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

... around well 34. Total thickness of the stratum ranges from 3.0 m on the south to 29.2 m on the north. Effective thickness ranges from 0.6 to 24.0 m...

1980

Abstract: Porosity and CO2 Storage Capacity of the Maryville Basal Sandstone Section in the Kentucky Geological Survey 1 Hanson Aggregates Stratigraphic Research Well, Carter County, Kentucky; #90308 (2017)

J. Richard Bowersox, Stephen F. Greb, David C. Harris

Search and Discovery.com

... evaluated to determine effective porosity, clay volume, and standalone potential CO2 storage reservoir capacity. The interval is composed of two muddy...

2017

Abstract: Application Of Shear Wave Velocities For Pore Pressure Prediction In High Temperature Overpressure Regimes; #90315 (2017)

John Ajesh

Search and Discovery.com

... and its cost effective completion in regions where narrow pressure margins challenge the exploration and development opportunities. Overpressures associated...

2017

3-D Geological Modeling for Tight Sand Gas Reservoir in Braided River Facies, #42116 (2017).

Zhi Guo, Longde Sun, Ailin Jia, Tao Lu, He Dongbo

Search and Discovery.com

... in China and is characterized by poor reservoir properties, drastic sedimentary faices changs, small scale of effective sand bodies and strong...

2017

Porosity and CO2 Storage Capacity of the Maryville - Basal Sandstone Section in the Kentucky Geological Survey 1 Hanson Aggregates Stratigraphic Research Well, Carter County, Kentucky, #80610 (2017).

J. Richard Bowersox, Stephen F. Greb, David C. Harris

Search and Discovery.com

... intervals (cap rock). The Middle Cambrian Maryville Basal sands interval (4600 - 4720 ft) were evaluated to determine effective porosity, clay volume...

2017

The Quantification of Diffusive Hydrocarbon Losses Through Cap Rocks of Natural Gas Reservoirs--A Reevaluation: Discussion (1)

JON S. NELSON and E. C. SIMMONS

AAPG Bulletin

... in this paper will consider using only equation 2b, i.e., t[1/2](out). EFFECTIVE DIFFUSION COEFFICIENT AND POROSITY Krooss et al. (1992) calculated...

1992

Geology and Development of Karazhanbas Oil Field

R. S. Murzagaliyev

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

..., and effective thickness is 3.7 m. Stratum A-2 is below stratum A-1 and has a local distibutton. The oil pool is the blanket-crest type...

2005

Triaxial Direct Shear Fractured Marcellus (MSEEL) Shale „ Peak and Residual Shear Strength, Permeability, and Hydroshear Potential

Nathan J. Welch, Luke P. Frash, Anne H. Menefee, J. William Carey

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... fractures was measured over a range of effective confining stresses from 2 to 30 MPa. Initially intact, specimens of 25 mm diameter and 25 mm length...

2019

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