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Geology of tight gas reservoirs

Geology of tight gas reservoirs

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Published by American Association of Petroleum Geologists in Tulsa, Okla., USA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Gas reservoirs -- United States.,
    • Natural gas -- Geology -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies and index.

      Statementedited by Charles W. Spencer and Richard F. Mast.
      SeriesAAPG studies in geology ;, #24, AAPG studies in geology ;, no. 24.
      ContributionsSpencer, Charles Winthrop, 1930-, Mast, Richard F. 1931-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN880 .G393 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 299 p. :
      Number of Pages299
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2723654M
      ISBN 100891810307
      LC Control Number86017265

      geology, stratigraphy, petrophysics, geochemistry, geomechanics, and engineering parameters as they apply to the specific field and Because no single technology determines success or failure in a particular tight gas reservoir, many individual solutions must be . Studies in Geology #38, Tulsa, z “Geology of Tight Gas Reservoirs,” American Association of Petroleum Geologists Studies in Geology #24, Tulsa, z “Gas Hydrate Resources of the United States,” U.S. Geological Survey, Denver. z “Underground Storage of Fluids,” Ulrick Books.

      Jonah Field--case study of a tight-gas fluvial reservoir ; Jonah Field: TN, RW, Sublette County, Wyoming / by J.W. Robinson and K.W. Shanley --Discovery of Jonah Field, Sublette County, Wyoming / by J.W. Robinson --Regional stratigraphic setting of the maastrichtian rocks in the Central Rocky Mountain Region / by R.C. Johnson, T.M. Unconventional Petroleum Geology is the first book of its kind to collectively identify, catalog, and assess the exploration and recovery potential of the Earth's unconventional hydrocarbons. Advances in hydrocarbon technology and petroleum development systems have recently made the exploration of unconventional hydrocarbons—such as shale gas, tight sandstone oil and gas, heavy oil, tar sand.

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Geology of tight gas reservoirs Download PDF EPUB FB2

Tight gas reservoirs occur in low-permeability, gas-bearing formations that are present to some extent in all gas-producing basins worldwide. This is the first volume to bring together data on tight reservoirs for a variety of basins and different geologic settings.

@article{osti_, title = {Geology of tight gas reservoirs}, author = {Spencer, C W and Mast, R F}, abstractNote = {Tight gas reservoirs occur, to some extent, in all gas-producing basins worldwide.

The volume presented brings together data on tight reservoirs for a variety of basins and different geologic settings. The papers discuss characteristics of some of the most significant tight. Shale and tight resources are hydrocarbons (crude oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids) found in tight reservoirs – rocks with pores so small or poorly connected that the oil and natural gas cannot flow through them easily.

Hydrocarbons found in these types of reservoirs are referred to as “tight gas” or “tight. The gas is sourced outside the reservoir and migrates into the reservoir over geological time. Some tight gas reservoirs have also been found to be sourced by underlying coal and shale source rocks, in the so-called basin centerd gas (BCG) accumulations.

A global map of of tight gas. Gas reservoir, in geology and natural gas production, a naturally occurring storage area, characteristically a folded rock formation such as an anticline, that traps and holds natural gas.

The reservoir rock must be permeable and porous to contain the gas, and it has to be capped by impervious rock in order to form an effective seal that prevents the gas from escaping upward or laterally.

TIGHT GAS BASICS Most of us are familiar with traditional tight gas reservoirs – clean, low porosity sandstones or siltstones that look unattractive on log analysis, at least by the conventional wisdom of the ’s.

Porosity averages from 5 to 10% with permeability between and 5 mD. Abstract Tight gas sandstones represent an important unconventional resource. This chapter is the first to evaluate and model these types of reservoirs. It gives an overview of the characteristics of tight gas sandstone reservoirs, and presents an integrated methodology for lithofacies analysis and modeling.

As identification of lithofacies and rock typing is a key to characterizing these. Tight oil and gas, short for tight reservoir oil and gas, refers to the oil and gas located in tight reservoirs, such as tight sandstone and tight carbonate rock.

Tight oil and gas have to be stimulated to achieve industrial production. Tight gas is presently a focal point of global unconventional petroleum development, and tight oil is.

TIGHT GAS SANDSTONE RESERVOIRS, PART 2: PETROPHYSICAL ANALYSIS AND RESERVOIR MODELING 15 W.R. Moore1, Y. Zee Ma1, I. Pirie1, Y. Zhang2 Schlumberger, Denver, CO, USA1; University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY, USA2 INTRODUCTION We discuss petrophysical analysis of wireline logs, methods for formation evaluation and issues in.

"The thesis of Philipp Antrett is focused on reservoir properties, petrography, lithofacies and sedimentology, core analysis and nanoporosity studies.

It will be of major interest for colleagues involved in the exploration and production of tight gas reservoirs in Northern Europe and elsewhere." - François Roure, August ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages: illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm. Contents: Devonian gas-bearing shales in the Appalachian Basin / Wallace deWitt, Jr.

--Comparisons of Upper Devonian and Lower Silurian tight formations in Pennsylvania / Christopher D. Laughrey and John A. Harper --Evolution of secondary porosity in Pennsylvanian Morrow. Nominated as an outstanding Ph.D.

thesis by Curtin University, Australia; This work is a comprehensive study, focused on the evaluation of tight gas reservoir productivity from different perspectives – geomechanics, petrophysics, production engineering, and reservoir engineering – and integrates the results from different approaches to better characterize and understand the factors that.

Chapter 11 – Employing Both Damage Control and Stimulation: A Way to Successful Development for Tight Gas Sandstone Reservoirs Abstract Introduction Engineering Geological Characteristics of Tight Gas Sandstone Reservoirs Damage Mechanisms of Tight Gas.

Tight gas reservoirs are one of most common types of unconventional reservoirs. Tight gas sandstone reservoir is described as the one with permeability less than md irrespective of their. Geology of Tight Gas Reservoirs (Aapg Studies in Geology) [Charles W.

Spencer, Richard F. Mast] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying by: Gas, oil, and water production data were compiled from 38 wells with production commencing during the s from the Wasatch Formation in the Greater Natural Buttes field, Uinta Basin, Utah.

This study is one of a series of reports examining fluid production from tight gas reservoirs, which are characterized by low permeability, low porosity. He is the winner of Australian Gas innovation research award for introducing a new method to enhance natural gas production from tight gas reservoirs.

He has published more than peer-reviewed journal and conference papers and is the author of 3 books. Sedimentology and Reservoir Characterization of the Wagon Wheel Formation from Seismic, Log, and Core Data in Pinedale Field, Wyoming: Results of Deep Drilling on the Pinedale Anticline: Development of Tight Gas Sand Core Analysis Techniques for the Pinedale Field, Sublette County, Wyoming:   Gas reservoirs with estimated in situ gas permeabilities of md (millidarcy) or less are officially recognized by the U.S.

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) as “tight gas reservoirs.” This absolute value for classification as a tight gas reservoir was critically important during the late s and early s to qualify for federally allowed enhanced prices of tight gas.

Geology of Tight Gas Reservoirs in the Pinedale Anticline Area, Wyoming, and at the Multiwell Experiment Site, Colorado Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Beyond your wildest dreams. From Manufacturer: U.S. Geological Survey. Geology of tight gas reservoirs in the Pinedale Anticline area, Wyoming, and at the Multiwell Experiment site, Colorado Bulletin By: B.E.

Law and Charles Winthrop Spencer.This book provides a comprehensive overview of the key geologic, geophysical, and engineering principles that govern the development of unconventional reservoirs. The book begins with a detailed characterization Since the beginning of the US shale gas revolution inthe development of unconventional oil and gas resources has gathered.A petroleum reservoir or oil and gas reservoir is a subsurface pool of hydrocarbons contained in porous or fractured rock eum reservoirs are broadly classified as conventional and unconventional reservoirs.

In conventional reservoirs, the naturally occurring hydrocarbons, such as crude oil or natural gas, are trapped by overlying rock formations with lower permeability, while.