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Coalbed Methane : Scientific, Environmental and Economic Evaluation :  Scientific, Environmental and Economic Evaluation - Maria Mastalerz

Coalbed Methane : Scientific, Environmental and Economic Evaluation

Scientific, Environmental and Economic Evaluation

By: Maria Mastalerz (Editor), M.V. Glikson (Editor), Suzanne D. Golding (Editor)

Hardcover Published: January 1999
ISBN: 9780792356981
Number Of Pages: 592

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This special publication on coalbed gas is multidisciplinary in scope and covers a wide range of aspects from exploration through production, resource calculations, emissions, and regulatory processes. The contributions in this book result from the International Conference on Coal Seam Gas and Oil, held in Queensland, Australia, on 23-25 March, 1998. One part of this volume also deals with qualifying and quantifying oil generation from coal. Furthermore, quality and quantity of oil and gas generation from coals as a function of heating mode is reported. New models for oil and gas generation in coal seams by convective heat transfer through hydrothermal circulation in basins are presented in this volume for the first time. Audience: This book will be an important source of information for geologists and petroleum geologists, geochemists, and fossil fuel engineers, as well as regulators. It is also of interest for graduate students in geology and mining.

Regulatory Regimes; Strategies Economic Analysis and Regulations of Coalbed Methane
Coal seam gas in Queensland from there to where?
Developing a new coal seam gas regime for Queensland
The Fairview coal seam gasfield, Comet Ridge, Queensland, Australia
Cost benefit analysis of coalbed methane recovery activities in Australia and New Zealand - Implications for commercial projects and government policy
The use of Monte Carlo analysis to evaluate prospective coalbed methane properties
Resource Assessment; Exploration and Reservoir Evaluation
Defining coalbed methane exploration fairways: An example from the Piceance Basin, Rocky Mountain Foreland, Western United States
Improving coal gas recovery with microbially enhanced coalbed methane
Coalbed methane exploration in structurally complex terrain: A balance between tectonics and hydrogeology
Coalbed methane exploration results of the Liulin Permit in China
Residual gas content of coal in the light of observations from the Upper Silesian Coal Basin, Poland
Sources and Thermal History; Effect on Quantity, Quality, Retention and Migration of Coalbed Methane
Coal composition and mode of maturation, a determining factor in the quantifying hydrocarbon species generated
The relationship between gas in coal seams and artificial coalification gas under hydrothermal pressure systems
Coalbed gas content and gas undersaturation
Higher hydrocarbon gases in southern Sydney Basin coals
Source and timing of coal seam gas generation in Bowen Basin coals
The development of an understanding of the origins of the Sydney and Bowen Basin gases
Mineral-catalyzed formation of natural gas during coal maturation
Reservoir Quality Evaluation; In-Situ Stress Structure, Hydrogeology, Micro-Structure
The role of in-situ stress in coalbed methane exploration
Mechanical and thermal control of cleating and shearing in coal: Examples from the Alabama coalbed methane fields, USA
The microstructure of pore space in coals in different rank
Coalbed characteristics of the Mist Mountain Formation, Southern Canadian Cordillera: Effect of shearing and oxidation
Decrease in desorption intensity of coalbed methane due to hydraulic fracturing
Methane Emission to the Atmosphere and Their Management
Coal seam gas emissions from Ostrava-Karvina collieries in the Czech Republic during mining and after mines closure
Countermeasures and researches for prevention of methane emission into the atmosphere in a Japanese coal mine
Modelling Coal Seam Methane and Oil Generation in Hydrothermal Systems
Modeling the hydrothermal generation of coals and coal seam gas
Simulating the conductive and hydrothermal maturation of coal and coal seam gas in the Bowen Basin, Australia
Modelling of petroleum formation associated with heat transfer due to hydrodynamic processes
Coal-Sourced Liquid Hydrocarbons: Generation, Accumulation
Floral influences on the petroleum source potential of New Zealand coals
The influence of depositional and maturation factors on the three-dimensional distribution of coal rank indicators and hydrocarbon source potential in the Gunnedah Basin, New South Wales
The physics and efficiency of petroleum expulsion from coal
Jurassic coals and carbonaceous mudstones: the oil source of the Junggar and Turpan-Hami Basins, China
Notes / Short Papers
Examples of the methane exchange between litho-and atmosphere: The coal bearing Ruhr Basin, Germany
Desorption as a criterion for the estimation of methane content in a coal seam
Grading of reserves and resources of coalbed gas in China
Anhydride theory: A new theory of petroleum and coal generation
Looking back on development history of coalbed methane in China
The study of the influence of pressure on coalbed permeability
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ISBN: 9780792356981
ISBN-10: 0792356985
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 592
Published: January 1999
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 3.18
Weight (kg): 1.32