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Geologic controls of deep natural gas resources in the United States
by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by U.S. Geological Survey, Information Services in Washington, Denver, CO
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by T.S. Dyman, D.D. Rice, and P.A. Westcott.|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey bulletin ;, 2146|
|Contributions||Dyman, T. S., Rice, Dudley D., Westcott, P. A.|
|LC Classifications||QE75 .B9 no. 2146, TN881.A1 .B9 no. 2146|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 239 p. :|
|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||95037556|
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Geologic controls of deep natural gas resources in the United States (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: T S Dyman; Dudley D Rice; P A Westcott.
An official website of the United States government. Here’s how you know. Geologic controls of deep natural gas resources in the United States. Geologic controls of deep natural gas resources in the United States: Series title: Bulletin: Series number: DOI: /b Geologic Controls of Deep Natural Gas Resources in the United States Edited by T.S.
Dyman, D.D. Rice, and P.A. Westcott U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN The research on which these chapters are based was funded by the Gas Research Institute, U.S. Department of Energy, and U.S. Geological Survey. Chapters B and C define the areal extent of deep drilling and known resources in the United States.
In chapter C, geologic controls of deep natural gas resources are summarized by basin and region. Although not complete, this summary is meant to introduce and establish a framework for subsequent chapters.
Chapters D and E present a plate. Get this from a library. Geologic controls and resource potential of natural gas in deep sedimentary basins in the United States. [T S Dyman; Geological Survey (U.S.); Gas Research Institute.]. geologic controls of deep natural gas resources in the united states u.s.
geological survey bulletin –a united states government printing office, washington: m a rch 3, 1 8 4 9 u. d e p a r t m e n t of t h e i n t e r i o r previous section contents. From a geological perspective, deep natural gas resources generally are defined as occurring in reservoirs be feet, whereas ultradeep gas occurs be feet.
From an operational point of view, “deep” may be thought of in a relative sense based on the geologic and engineering knowledge of gas (and oil) resources in a particular area. Get this from a library. Geologic studies of deep natural gas resources. [T S Dyman; Vello Kuuskraa; Geological Survey (U.S.); National Energy Technology Laboratory (U.S.); Gas Technology Institute.; Advanced Resources International (Firm)] -- Discusses undiscovered technically recoverable natural gas in playas deeper t feet in onshore regions of U.S.
ventional) natural gas resources of the onshore United States based on the U.S. Geological Survey National Petroleum Assessment (U.S. Geological Survey National Oil and Gas Assessment Team, ). Because these deep resources are widespread and occur in diverse geologic environments, they deserve special attention.
Deep Natural Gas Resources Based on Data From Signiﬁcant Fields and Reservoirs By T.S. Dyman, C.W. Spencer, J.K. Baird, R.C. Obuch, and D.T. Nielsen GEOLOGIC CONTROLS OF DEEP NATURAL GAS RESOURCES IN THE UNITED STATES U.S.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN –C UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, WASHINGTON: M A RCH 3, 1 8 4 9. The diagram shows the geologic nature of most major sources of natural gas in the United States in schematic form: Gas-rich shale is the source rock for many natural gas resources, but, until now, has not been a focus for production.
Horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing have made shale gas an economically viable alternative to. Catagenesis is a term used in petroleum geology to describe the cracking process which results in the conversion of organic kerogens into hydrocarbons.
Theoretical reaction. Catagenesis is the second stage of maturation of organic carbon on the path to becoming graphitic. Inthe USGS estimated a mean resource of trillion cubic feet of undiscovered technically recoverable natural gas in plays deeper t feet/4, meters in onshore regions of the United States.
This volume summarizes major conclusions of ongoing work. Chapters A and B address the areal extent of drilling and distribution of deep basins in the U.S. Chapter C summarizes. Source-rock potential of Precambrian rocks in selected basins of the United States, Chap.
J, in Dyman, T.S., Rice, D.D., and Westcott, P.A., eds., Geologic controls. Moved Permanently. nginx. Introduction / Thaddeus S. Dyman and Vello A. Kuuskraa --Summary of deep oil and gas wells in the United States through / Thaddeus S.
Dyman and Troy A. Cook --Geology and natural gas potential of deep sedimentary basins in the former Soviet Union / Thaddeus S. Dyman, Vadim A. Litinsky, and Gregory F. Ulmishek --Comparison of kinetic-model. R.M. Pollastro's 55 research works with 3, citations reads, including: Executive summary - Undiscovered oil and gas resources of the U.S.
portion of the Michigan Basin. Natural gas is processed for sale and consumption. Natural gas withdrawn from natural gas or crude oil wells is called wet natural gas because, along with methane, it usually contains NGL—ethane, propane, butanes, and pentanes—and water vapor.
Wellhead natural gas may also contain nonhydrocarbons such as sulfur, helium, nitrogen, hydrogen sulfide, and carbon dioxide, most of which must be.
Inthe Helium Stewardship Act (Public Law –40; U.S. Congress, ) directed the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) to create an accounting of the geological helium resources of the United States.
The initial task in this endeavor has been to collect all known analyses of subsurface helium gas within the contiguous United States and Alaska. Exploration for deep oil and gas accumulations, which refers to those at burial depths of no less t ft (about 4, m), deserves more specialized attention.
Daniel J. Soeder M.S, Scyller J. Borglum Ph.D, in The Fossil Fuel Revolution: Shale Gas and Tight Oil, Abstract. Petroleum geology concepts have been evolving in recent years with the development of shale gas and tight oil.
The old methodology for conventional resources that relied on assessing source rocks, thermal maturity, migration paths, and reservoir traps and seals has become.The United States Geological Survey estimates that methane hydrates could contain twice the amount of carbon than all of the coal, oil, and conventional natural gas in the world, combined.
In ocean sediments, methane hydrates form on the continental slope as bacteria and other microorganisms sink to the ocean floor and decompose in the silt.
From a geological perspective, deep natural gas resources are generally defined as resources occurring in reservoirs at or be feet, whereas ultra-deep gas occurs be feet.
From an operational point of view, ''deep'' is often thought of in a relative sense based on the geologic and engineering knowledge of gas (and oil.