Three stages of methane adsorption capacity affected by moisture content

Fuel7.40
Volume: 231, Pages: 352 - 360
Published: Nov 1, 2018
Abstract
Methane adsorption capacity is a key factor in determining shale gas in place (GIP) – requiring that it is determined under in situ moisture conditions. Current methods may be insufficient to investigate these exact characteristics when applied to actual reservoirs with high or variable moisture contents. We propose a heating and cooling (HC) method to prepare shale samples to arbitrary moisture contents (Mc up to 10%). A series of CH4...
Paper Details
Title
Three stages of methane adsorption capacity affected by moisture content
Published Date
Nov 1, 2018
Journal
Volume
231
Pages
352 - 360
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