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Transport in Shale Reservoirs

  • ID: 4700358
  • Book
  • February 2019
  • Region: Global
  • 150 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Transport in Shale Reservoirs fills the need for a necessary, integrative approach on shale reservoirs. It delivers both the fundamental theories of transport in shale reservoirs and the most recent advancements in the recovery of shale oil and gas in one convenient reference. Shale reservoirs have distinctive features dissimilar to those of conventional reservoirs, thus an accurate evaluation on the behavior of shale gas reservoirs requires an integrated understanding on their characteristics and the transport of reservoir and fluids.

  • Updates on the various transport mechanisms in shale, such as molecular diffusion and phase behavior in nano-pores
  • Applies theory to practice through simulation in both shale oil and gas
  • Presents an up-to-date reference on remaining challenges, such as organic material in the shale simulation and multicomponent transport in CO2 injection processes

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1. Introduction
2. Petrophysical Characteristics of Shale Reservoirs
3. Transport Mechanics in Shale Reservoirs
4. Simulation of Shale Reservoirs
5. Challenges of Shale Reservoir Technologies
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Lee, Kun Sang
Kun Sang Lee is currently a Professor in the Department of Earth Resources and Environmental Engineering at Hanyang University. He earned a BS in mineral and petroleum engineering and a MS in mineral and petroleum engineering, both from Seoul National University. He was previously an Assistant Professor and Professor at Kyonggi University and an Associate Adjunct Professor at Michigan State University. He is currently the Editor-in-Chief of Geosystem Engineering and on the editorial board of the International Journal of Oil, Gas, and Coal Technology. He has published in many journals including Elsevier's Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering.
Kim, Tae Hong
Tae Hong Kim is currently a PhD candidate with the Department of Earth Resources and Environmental Engineering at Hanyang University. He earned a BS in geoenvironmental system engineering and a MS in earth resources and environmental engineering, both from Hanyang University. He has co-authored one book and several journal articles, including Elsevier's Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering.
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