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Author Ran, Qiquan, author

Title Volcanic gas reservoir characterization / by Qiquan Ran, Yongjun Wang, Yuanhui Sun, Lin Yan, Min Tong
Edition First edition
Published Amsterdam ; Boston : Gulf Professional Publishing, Elsevier, 2014
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Contents Front Cover; Volcanic Gas Reservoir Characterization; Copyright; Contents; Foreword; Preface I; Preface II; Capsule summary; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1. Current status and significance of volcanic gas reservoir development; 1.1.1. Resources of volcanic gas reservoirs and development status in the world; 1.1.2. Resources and development status of volcanic gas reservoirs in China; 1.1.3. Significance of volcanic gas reservoir development; 1.2. Geological features of volcanic gas reservoirs and challenges in reservoir characterization; 1.2.1. Geological features of volcanic gas reservoirs
1. Special petrogenesis and complex internal architecture2. Various reservoir rocks and complex lithology and lithofacies; 3. Development of reservoir pores, cavities and fractures, various pore-fracture assemblages, complex reservoir accumula ... ; 4. Vertical and lateral continuity and strong heterogeneity of pores; 5. Gas-Water distribution controlled by structure, internal architecture, multi-medium porosity, and complex gas-water r ... ; 1.2.2. Challenges in volcanic gas reservoir characterization; 1. Difficulties in identification and characterization of complex internal architecture
1.3.1. Significance of volcanic gas reservoir characterization1.3.2. Technical concept of volcanic gas reservoir characterization; 1. Definition of conventional reservoir characterization; 2. Technical concept of volcanic gas reservoir characterization; 1). Dissection of volcanic internal architecture; 2). Volcanic stratigraphic sequence division and correlation; 3). Characterization of volcanic reservoir microporous structures; 4). Identification and prediction of effective volcanic reservoirs; 5). Identification of gas layers and aquifers in volcanic gas reservoirs
2. Challenges in characterization of microporous structures due to variability of reservoir space and complex pore-cavit ... 3. Challenges in identification and prediction of effective volcanic gas reservoirs due to diverse reservoir types and s ... ; 4. Difficulties in interpreting parameters of multimedium volcanic gas reservoirs; 5. Difficulties in building 3D geological models for multimedium volcanic gas reservoirs with complex internal architecture; 1.3. Significance of volcanic gas reservoir characterization and its technical concept
6). Interpretation of volcanic reservoir parameters7). 3D geological modeling of volcanic gas reservoirs; 1.3.3. Techniques of volcanic gas reservoir characterization; 1. Technique for dissecting volcanic internal architecture; 2. Techniques for volcanic stratigraphic sequence division and correlation; 3. Technique for volcanic reservoir microporous structure characterization; 4. Techniques for effective reservoir identification and prediction; 5. Techniques for identification of gas layers and aquifers in volcanic gas reservoirs; 6. Technique for interpreting reservoir parameter logs
Summary "This introduction chapter summarizes our current understandings of volcanic gas reservoirs worldwide and in China. The challenges and their innovative technical solutions presented in this book, as well as the significance of gas reservoir characterization, are summarized based on the authors' real case studies in Chinese volcanic gas fields during the last decade. A flow chart representing the research concepts and approaches that deal with specific difficulties in volcanic gas reservoir characterization provides the readers with an outline of this book"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Volcanic Eruptions.
Volcanic gas reservoirs -- China.
Volcanic gas reservoirs.
Volcanic gases.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0124171338 (electronic bk.)
1306563771
9780124171336 (electronic bk.)
9781306563772