Coalbed Methane: Scientific, Environmental and Economic Evaluation by M. MastalerzCoalbed Methane: Scientific, Environmental and Economic Evaluation by M. Mastalerz

Coalbed Methane: Scientific, Environmental and Economic Evaluation

EditorM. Mastalerz, M. V. Glikson, Suzanne D. Golding

Paperback | December 1, 2010

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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.
Title:Coalbed Methane: Scientific, Environmental and Economic EvaluationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:601 pagesPublished:December 1, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9048152178

ISBN - 13:9789048152179

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Table of Contents

Preface; M. Mastalerz, M. Glikson. Regulatory Regimes; Strategies Economic Analysis and Regulations of Coalbed Methane. Resource Assessment; Exploration & Reservoir Evaluation. Sources & Thermal History; Effect on Quantity, Quality, Retention and Migration of Coalbed Methane. Reservoir Quality Evaluation; In-Situ Stress Structure, Hydrogeology, Micro-Structure. Methane Emission to the Atmosphere & Their Management. Modelling Coalseam Methane and Oil Generation in Hydrothermal Systems. Coal-Sourced Liquid Hydrocarbons: Generation, Accumulation. Notes/Short Papers.