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Imbibition — the “old all new”​production mechanism of shale gas and oil

Imbibition --- the "old all new"​ production mechanism of shale gas and oil

Imbibition --- the "old all new"​production mechanism of shale gas and oil Conventional oil and gas production mechanisms   Such conventional transport mechanism is well understood and also believed to be the dominant transport mechanism in shale gas and oil production. Under such conventional production mechanism, it is widely accepted that there is the

Cyclic CH4 Injection for Enhanced Oil Recovery in the Eagle Ford Shale Reservoirs

Figure 1. The sketch of CH4 injection process in the fractured horizontal well (CH4 molecules diffuse into different nanopores).

The confined phase behavior was incorporated in the model considering the critical property shifts and capillary pressure. Subsequently, we built a field-scale simulation model of the Eagle Ford shale reservoir. The fluid properties under different pore sizes were evaluated. Finally, a series of studies were conducted to examine the contributions of

Effects of Non-Darcy Flow and Pore Proximity on Gas Condensate Production From Nanopore Unconventional Resources

Transport properties and mechanisms as well as phase behavior under nanoscale confinement exhibit significant deviations from their bulk behavior. Phase behavior due to the significant effect of molecule-wall interactions as well as molecule-molecule interactions changes in nanopores.

Effects of non-Darcy flow and pore proximity on gas condensate production from nanopore unconventional resources   CONFERENCE  PAPER   JULY 2014 "5th International Conference on Porous Media and Their Applications in Science, Engineering and Industry"  Alireza Sanaei, Ahmad Jamili, and Jeffrey Callard University of Oklahoma, Mewbourne School of Petroleum and Geological Engineering 100 East Boyd, Norman,

Confined Phase Envelope of Gas-Condensate Systems in Shale Rocks

This paper describes the complex phenomena related to the impact of adsorption and capillary condensation of gas-condensate systems in nanopores. New two phase saturation model and new algorithm for search capillary condensation area is discussed.

Confined Phase Envelope of Gas-Condensate Systems in Shale Rocks   STANISLAW NAGY*, JAKUB SIEMEK*   AGH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, DRILLING & OIL-GAS FACULTY, AL. A. MICKIEWICZA 30, 30-059 KRAKOW, POLAND. Abstract Natural gas from shales (NGS) and from tight rocks are one of the most important fossil energy resource in this and next decade.