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Selected Papers On Shale Gas Reservoirs
Compiled by Li, Weiqiang December, 2005
( CE 1994 ) Carlson.: “Characterization of Devonian Shale Gas Reservoirs Using Coordinated Single Well Analytical Models”. E. Elk Hills Field. ( CCST 1978) Chierici. Reid. 1985). One method is appropriate for estimating gas-in-place while the second is appropriate for making future reservoir predictions. McIntyre. Anchorage. 1996. May..:“Water Drive From Interbedded Shale Compaction In Superpressured Gas Reservoirs A Model Study. 937946. Each of these three sources is discussed. Charleston. This study finds that rate-time decline curve analysis is the most reliable technique.: “Possible Sources of Gas from the 31S C/D Shale Reservoirs. Reservoir studies indicate three possible sources: leakage from other reservoirs.. October 3-6.: “Keplinger and Assocs.” paper SPE 26631 presented at the 1993 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition. . and the individual states based on production data gathered from 508 shale wells. fracture spacing and fracture continuity.R. paper SPE 29199 presented at SPE Eastern Regional Meeting. Thomas J. conditionally. three completion conditions. Houston .” JPT (June 1978). G..” Reservoir Engineering (May. 1994.R. Evaluation of Devonian Shale Gas Reservoirs.R. . G. Monterey Formation.: “Measurement of Inflow Performance Parameters for Coal Seam and Devonian Shale Gas Reservoirs and Its Implication in Numerical Reservoir Simulation. Stephen A. G. ( HRMQ 1996) Hampton. fast methodology which can be used to provide information about the two least-measurable parameters of Devonian Shales. West Virginia. 1993) 67-72. unconventional gas resources.L Ciucci. 8-10. Cumulative gas production from the C/D Shale Reservoir significantly exceeds expected gas production as estimated from pressure decline data. California. Inc.. particularly in numerical reservoir studies.. E.” paper SPE 35742 presented at SPE Western Regional Meeting.: “Material Balance Techniques for Coal Seam and Devonian Shale Gas Reservoirs. Sclocchi. C. ( KG 1993 ) King. Jana L. G.22-24. and presents typical decline curves for a three-state presents typical decline curves for a three-state area.” Reservoir Engineering. Alaska. here present a simple. Terzi. Querin. This paper presents the development of two material balance methods for unconventional gas reservoirs. and underestimation of original oil in place. L. Mark.( KG 1993 ) King.M. (VC 1985) Vanorsdale. This paper describes potential inconsistencies between the traditional methods used to estimate inflow performance parameters for conventional gas reservoirs and the way these parameters are used in analyzing coal seam and Devonian shale gas reservoirs. The results of these calculations can assist in establishment of field development programs. (Feb. November.S. 209-216.
(MRMN 1980) Miller. 1980. 1979. The technique of reflection velocity analysis uses differential reflection time of reflections observed at the surface (with various source-geophone distances) to infer the extent of the gas saturated fracture zones.: “Gas Occurrence in The Devonian Shale. ( SECK 1979) Smith. TN. institutional.L.The behavior of abnormally high-pressured gas reservoirs in sand formations with randomly interbedded. This paper presents the results of a simulation study of the producing and storage . Analyses of the technical. 1979. (DOE EGSP-TN9). ( C 1980) Claude S. Richard M. noncontinuous shale layers is examined using numerical simulation. Price. 20-22 May. Norman E. Gruy Federal No. Pennsylvania. 1980) 18-21. Since fractured reservoirs are essential to production. G.” UGRS (May. a U..: “Economics of Devonian Shale. Colorado..” paper SPE 8972 presented at Low Permeability Gas Reservoirs Symposium. H. Colorado. 20 -22 May..K. Denver.” paper SPE 7921 presented at Low Permeability Gas Reservoirs Symposium. exploration rationales specific to the production. legal and economic constraints and opportunities associated with gas sources located in the Appalachian Region were undertaken for the Appalachian Regional Commission. and the results of drilling in the first area of low velocity will be discussed.:“ An Investigation of The Gas Producing and Storage Mechanism of The Devonian Shale at Cottageville Field.. The economic potentials appeared encouraging providing certain constraints are removed and/or relaxed. Kozair. Denver. Donahue Anstey and Morrill .C. and numerical modeling studies. Nigel A. Mutchler.:“Seismic Velocity Analysis To Locate Shale Gas Wells. 18 -21 May. Anstey. These results. successfully tested that rationale. Department of Energy (DOE)-funded rank wildcat located in Grainger County.. One such predicts intense fracturing in the shale wherever proximally associated with the major thrust faults of the Appalachian overthrust belt. Cremean.P. 1 Grainger Co. S. Pittsburgh.S.. John A. ( BADM 1980) Boyer III. exploration rationales specific to the Devonian shale unconventional gas resource are characterized by a geologic fracture creating mechanism. Pittsburgh. thin. This paper presents the available evidence for both views including long-term shale production characteristics.. Pennsylvania.”. 1980.” paper SPE 8952 presented at SPE Unconventional Gas Recovery Symposium. Coal Seam and Similar Special Appalachian Gas Sources.:“Perspective on Devonian Shale Gas Exploration. 18-21 May.S. W. K. Ford. ( APF 1979) Ancell. The relevance of the internal water drive resulting from shale compaction and the influence of mobile water generation on reservoir and well behavior are discussed. E. laboratory measurements on shale cores. paper SPE 8972 presented at SPE Unconventional Gas Recovery Symposium.
” paper SPE 12322 presented at SPE Eastern Regional Meeting.:”Estimating Gas Desorption Parameters From Devonian Shale Well Test Data. D.N. Early reserve estimates are necessary because typical completions produce the majority of their reserves in the first 18 months of continuous operations.S. Pennsylvania . :”A Case Study of the Evaluation.mechanisms of the Devonian Shales at Cottageville Field in West Virginia. This paper discuss some major fracture mechanism influence the Devonian shale systems. 1990. Karl-Heinz. .:“Fractured Shale Gas Reservoir Performance Study-An Offset Well Interference Field Test”.” SRE (Aug. Watson. ( LLHW 1990) Lane. Curtis. Lancaster..” paper SPE 21272 presented at SPE Eastern Regional Meeting.C. R. Shaw. J. Completion.B.. James C. Pittsburgh. : “Early Production From Some Devonian Shale Gas Wells Stimulated With Several Kinds of Explosive Charge. Columbus. ( CJRS 1985 ) Gottschling. A process has been developed and demonstrated in 17 field tests in which sand proppant is added to a nitrogen gas stimulation treatment. A. S. H. and based on the results of these analyses a desorption-specific well-test design is proposed. ( MR 1987) Mason. ( CFRJJT 1989 ) D.. JPT (Feb. Ohio.Z.. J. 1983.L. 9-11..H. 1987) 394-400. it is concluded that production from the wells stimulated with water gel would have averaged 5 times that from dynamite stimulations if no such drilling had been done. J. production-log interpretation. D. Guidry.” JPT (May 1985) 901-907.K. and stimulation evaluation for a Devonian shale gas well in Pike County. well-test analysis. and Testing of a Devonian Shale Gas Well. Both drawdown and buildup tests are analyzed. KY. 1984) 291-300.E.E. well-loginterpretation techniques. November. Mercer. Royce. Graham. R. . F. :“Estimating Reserves for High-Rate Devonian Shale Oil and Gas Completions With Limited Production Data.” JPT (May 1989) 509-518. From an estimate of production loss due to well damage done by post-shot drilling in the shot zone. Shuck. The feasibility of detecting and accurately estimating gas description parameters from a history match of Devonian shale well-test pressure data is examined. : ” Nitrogen Gas and Sand: A New Technique for Stimulation of Devonian Shale. geochemical analyses. R.L. Blake. T.T.T. Nov. Lancaster.A.L. L. (FKMJ 1984) Frohne. .A. This paper summarizes the operational procedures. Gas-production characteristics of naturally fractured Devonian shale have been quantified through a three well interference field test by use of an established producing well and two offsets placed on the primary and secondary regional fracture trends relative to the producer. ( CD 1983) Coursen.S. perforation selection methodology.
21-22. Sep.( CEMJ 1991) Carison. This paper discusses the development and application of an Excel spreadsheet program for history matching and forecasting gas production from shale wells in the Appalachian.. This study analyzes the Devonian shale gas reservoirs of the Appalachian Basin and the applicability of using initial test data to assign reserves in this reservoir system. ZuberJ. Oct.” JPT (Jun 1978) 937-946. M. D. paper SPE 57439 presented at 1999 SPE Eastern Regional Conference and Exhibition . (CCST 1978) Chierici. We also show that.: “Evaluation of Initial Reservoir Data To Estimate Devonian Shale Gas Reserves “. Sclocchi. Production Engineering (Nov.:“Effect of Stimulation on the Performance of Devonian Shale Gas Wells”. Lee.. even without consideration of their special storage and flow properties..D. W. 1991) 476-482. Formation permeability anisotropy and induced fracture wing length permeability anisotropy and induced fracture wing length are the key factors that determine the optimal stimulation technique.: “ A Simulation-Based Spreadsheet Program for History Matching and Forecasting Shale Gas Production”. This study concludes that there is no true linear relationship between recovery and initial test data. GTerzi. K. (VCBP 1987) Vanorsdale. R. 1987) 250-256 This paper presents the results of a study of the effect of various stimulation methods on Devonian shale reservoirs and compares the economics of the stimulation alternatives. such neglect in the long term will result in an under-estimation of production. Texas. 27-30.J. Sawyer. :”Devonian Shale Gas Production: Mechanisms and Simple Models. . G.M. Data has been collected on over 500 such wells and recovery has been related to initial test data to assess the reliability of reserve estimation. (ZL-1987) Zuber. or Illinois basin. Devonian shales are special cases of dual porosity. Charleston. The behavior of abnormally high-pressured gas reservoirs in sand formations with randomly interbedded. M.” JPT ( Apr.L. L. Induced fracture conductivity and orientation are also important.: “Water Drive From Interbedded Shale Compaction In Superpressured Gas Reservoirs A Model Study. (WSMJ 1999) W. Eric S.. thin. We show that. Dallas. while neglecting these properties in the short term is appropriate. noncontinuous shale layers is examined using numerical simulation. James C. Boring. Michigan. West Virginia. The relevance of the internal water drive resulting from shale compaction and the influence of mobile water generation on reservoir and well behavior are discussed.paper SPE 57439 presented at 1987 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition. Ciucci. Williamson. Mercer. G.
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