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Unconventional resource’s production under desorption-induced effects

Fig. 1. Desorption isotherms for four U.S. shale formations.

Hence, it is essential to investigate the effects of induced permeability, porosity, and stress by desorption on ultimate hydrocarbon recovery. We have developed a numerical model to study the effect of changes in porosity, permeability and compaction on four major U.S. shale formations considering their Langmuir isotherm desorption behavior. These resources

Simulation of Gas Transport in Tight/Shale Gas Reservoirs by a Multicomponent Model Based on PEBI Grid

Simulation of Gas Transport in Tight/Shale Gas Reservoirs by a Multicomponent Model Based on PEBI Grid Longjun Zhang1, Daolun Li1,2, Lei Wang3 and Detang Lu1 1Department of Modern Mechanics, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei 230027, China. 2Hefei University of Technology, Hefei 230026, China. 3Institute of Nuclear Energy Safety Technology,

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