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Estimates of technically recoverable natural gas resources for continuous-type (unconventional) plays in coal beds on federal lands of the conterminous United States
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in [Denver, Colo.]
Written in English
|Statement||by Robert A. Crovelli and Vito F. Nuccio|
|Series||Open-file report -- 97-491, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 97-491|
|Contributions||Nuccio, Vito F, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
Bakken, Three Forks and other shale plays are what the US Geological Survey calls "continuous-type" resources. In these deposits, the oil and gas is extracted direct from a source rock or a much. USGS estimates there are billion barrels of undiscovered, technically recoverable oil outside the United States. But, importantly, USGS also estimates that there will be an additional billion barrels from reserve growth-nearly equaling the undiscovered resources.
All recoverable resources are estimated in terms of the product sales quantity measurements. Solution Gas. Solution Gas is a natural gas that is dissolved in crude oil in the reservoir at the prevailing reservoir conditions of pressure and temperature. It is a subset of Associated Gas. Stochastic Estimate. USGS estimates there are billion barrels of undiscovered, technically recoverable oil outside the United States. But, importantly, USGS also estimates that there will be an additional billion barrels from reserve growth—nearly equaling the undiscovered resources.
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“Technically recoverable” means that the oil and/or gas can be produced using currently available technology and industry practices. This is regardless of any economic or accessibility example, the technology required to produce oil from a location might exist, but it costs more than the oil is worth.
The oil is still technically recoverable. A common measure of the long-term viability of U.S. domestic crude oil and natural gas as an energy source is the remaining technically recoverable resource (TRR).
TRR estimates are a work in progress, changing as more production experience becomes available and as new technologies are applied to extract these resources. Get this from a library. Estimates of technically recoverable natural gas resources for continuous-type (unconventional) plays in coal beds on federal lands of the conterminous United States.
[Robert A Crovelli; Vito F Nuccio; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Estimates of technically recoverable oil and gas resources in the United States (excluding Federal waters). In percent and in billions of barrels of oil and trillions of cubic feet of gas.
Data from USGS National Oil and Gas Resource Assessment Team () and Gautier and others (). Figure 3. Example of a horizontal well following theFile Size: KB. US raises outlook for Marcellus Shale gas recovery 8/23/ The Marcellus Shale contains about 84 trillion cubic feet of undiscovered, technically recoverable natural gas and billion bbl of undiscovered, technically recoverable natural gas liquids according to a new assessment by the US Geological Survey (USGS).
The technically recoverable natural gas resources in the United States have increased from approximately 1, trillion cubic feet (Tcf) to approximately 2, trillion cubic feet (Tcf) in 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. Abstract. The USGS is re-evaluating the resource potential of basin-centered gas accumulations in the U.S. because of changing perceptions of the geology of these accumulations, and the availability of new data since the USGS National Assessment of United States oil and gas resources (Gautier et al., ).
The USGS defines technically recoverable resources as resources in accumulations producible using current recovery technology and in the U. Geological Survey National Oil and Gas Resource Assessment Team reported that ‘‘these are oil and natural gas resources that may be produced at the surface from a well as a consequence of.
The study assigned bcf of technically recoverable natural gas to three deep conventional plays in this basin and did not quantitatively assess the deep, continuous-type resources (tight gas).
In the basins for which estimates have been made, shale-gas resources are substantial, with in-place volumes of tcf. The estimated technically recoverable resource (exclusive of the Lewis Shale) ranges from 31 to 76 tcf. In both cases, Cited by: Book format as issued, 11×”, 72 pages, folded map in pocket, 22 figures, 7 tables.
USGS Open-File Report Estimates of technically recoverable natural gas resources for continuous-type (Unconventional) plays in coal beds on Federal lands of the Conterminous United States. By Robert A.
Crovelli and Vito F. Nuccio. The increase in undiscovered, technically recoverable resource is due to new geologic information and engineering data, as technological developments in producing unconventional resources have been significant in the last decade.
This Marcellus Shale estimate is of unconventional (or continuous-type) gas resources. as a continuous-type natural-gas accumulation in the Fort Worth basin (Schmoker et al., ; Pollastro, ). At Newark East field, the for-mation is – ft (92– m) thick and exhibits mild overpressure ( psi/ft) and about 75% gas saturation at depths of – ft (– m).
Barnett Shale production remains centered. Estimates of technically recoverable natural gas resources for continuous-type (unconventional) plays in coal beds on federal lands of the conterminous United States coal seams, coalbed methane, continuous materials, energy sources, host rocks, natural gas, petroleum, public lands, recovery, reserves, resources, USGS.
Scientists with the U.S. Geological Survey have completed the first assessment of the undiscovered, technically recoverable gas hydrate resources beneath the North Slope of Alaska.
This assessment indicates the existence of technically recoverable gas hydrate resources—that is, resources that can be discovered, developed, and produced using.
Therefore, estimates of technically recoverable resources in a basin or play area of this type should be based on such a geologic model.
If most continuous gas sandstone plays have discovery histories similar to those discussed here, then they would show, on average, declining returns with additional drilling effort.
Coalbed methane is an integral source of natural gas in North America, currently accounting for 9% of U.S. and 3% of Canadian dry natural gas production. A global expansion of the coalbed methane industry is underway, with major resources being developed in. Output hitbarrels per day in Augustaccording to North Dakota’s Department of Mineral Resources, up frombarrels per day in August and j barrels per day in.
The Recurring Myth of Peak Oil will be driven by conflicts over natural resources, especially energy and water—hence, for example, the title of Michael T.
Klare’s popular book, Resource Author: Ismael Hossein-Zadeh. Proved gas reserves have generally declined sinceexcept for when an economic reassessment of North Slope (Alaska) gas resources led to a reclassification of some technically recoverable gas as proved reserves.
Domestic natural gas production increased in. Bakken contains about billion barrels of oil and gas, of which about 24 billion barrels should be technically recoverable, according to Continental. But underneath Bakken in the same area is the Three Forks formation, which Continental believes could contain an even greater billion barrels, of which perhaps 32 billion barrels might be.
May 8th, The U.S. Geological Survey just published its official results of a groundbreaking study. Its report confirmed a massive oil reserve in an area the locals have nicknamed the "Bakken," which stretches across North Dakota, Montana and .