Gas storage and transport in Devonian shales
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Natural gas storage in Devonian shales occurs in part because of the adsorption of methane onto internal pore surfaces. Methane is released during production and is a significant fraction of the total gas produced. Thus, porosity, as a measure of gas storage capacity, must be supplemented with a term that will account for the condensed-phase methane. There are additional implications for gas transport in shale. These factors must be considered, for example, in the application of numerical simulators to production from shale wells.
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Schettler, P. D., Parmely, C. R., & Lee, W. J.
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Schettler, PD||Parmely, CR||Lee, WJ