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The accumulation and productivity of shale gas are mainly controlled by the characteristics of shale reservoirs; study of these characteristics forms the basis for the shale gas exploitation of the Lower Cambrian Niutitang Formation (Fm), Southern China. In this study, core observation and...
The Lower Eocene Celtek Formation is located in the Sorgun district of thecity of Yozgat in Turkey. In the study area, Paleozoic, Campanian‐Maastrichtian, Eocene, Miocene and Quaternary units are exposed. The Celtek Formation is noteworthy with its coal and oil shale deposits. Samples were...
Determining the process of densification and tectonic evolution of tight sandstone can help to understand the distribution of reservoirs and find relatively high‐permeability areas. Based on integrated approaches of thin section, scanning electron microscopy (SEM), cathode luminescence (CL),...
The main methods of coalbed methane (CBM) development are drainage and depressurization, and a precise prediction of coal reservoir pressure is thus crucial for the evaluation of reservoir potentials and the formulation of reasonable development plans. This work established a new reservoir...
Methanogens and sulfate reducing bacteria were detected by the 16SrRNA sequencing of coalbed methane (CBM) co‐produced water in the south of the Qinshui Basin, which is indicative of the presence of secondary biological gas in the south of this basin, in contradiction to the previous...
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