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Reservoir characterization & 3D models of Mt. Simon gas storage fields in the Illinois basin

Illinois State Geological Survey

Reservoir characterization & 3D models of Mt. Simon gas storage fields in the Illinois basin

annual technical progress report

by Illinois State Geological Survey

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Published by Illinois State Geological Survey in Champaign, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gas reservoirs,
  • Computer simulation,
  • Stratigraphic Geology,
  • Periodicals,
  • Permeability

  • About the Edition

    This ongoing study of the Cambrian Mt. Simon formation and its gas storage reservoirs in northern Illinois provides detailed reservoir characterization studies and 3D models of porosity and V shale for the Manlove and Herscher fields.

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    Other titlesReservoir characterization and three dimensional models of Mt. Simon gas storage fields, Mt. Simon gas storage fields in the Illinois basin :, Annual technical progress report
    SeriesOpen file report / Illinois State Geological Survey -- [yr.-no.], Open file report (Illinois State Geological Survey) -- yr.-no.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25491399M
    OCLC/WorldCa51198454

    Abstract. Deeply buried reservoir strata in the Illinois Basin may be targeted for carbon sequestration, but only if discontinuities that may affect the reserv. Reservoir characterization & 3D models of Mt. Simon gas storage fields in the Illinois Basin: final report: David G. Morse and Hannes E. Leetaru: $ MB pdf: OFS Reource assessment and production testing for coalbed methane in Illinois: David G. Morse and Ilham Demir: .

    Characterization of the Mt. Simon Sandstone Gas Storage Reservoirs at Herscher and Herscher Northwest Fields, Kankakee County, Illinois Herscher Field in Kankakee County was originally an Ordovician-age Trenton oil field that was abandoned in the early ’s. In , the storage of natural gas for peak delivery to the Chicago market was begun. Reservior Characterization & 3D Modles of Mt. Simon Gas Storage Fields in the Illinois Basin Geographic Information System Approach for Play Portfolios to Improve Oil Production in the Illinois Basin: Reservoir Characterization Data Integration for the Generation of High-Resolution Reservoir Models: Reservoir Characterization: DE-FC

    The Mahomet Aquifer: a transboundary resource in east-central Illinois: David L. Larson, Edward Mehnert, and Beverly L. Herzog: $ NA: RPRD: Ostracode-based reconstruction f to ab cal yr BP of climate and paleohydrology of a groundwater-fed pond near St. Louis, Missouri. Abstract Geological characterizations, modeling and 3-D computer-generated visualizations of the Ordovician St. Peter Sandstone at the Hillsboro Gas Storage field in Montgomery County, Illinois, are discussed. Petrophysical analyses reveal four dist.


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Reservoir characterization & 3D models of Mt. Simon gas storage fields in the Illinois basin by Illinois State Geological Survey Download PDF EPUB FB2

Of Illinois) is studying the Cambrian Mt. Simon Formation and gas storage reservoirs that occur in this formation in the northern half of Illinois. Detailed reservoir characterization studies and 3D models of porosity and Vshale are being prepared for the Manlove and Herscher Fields (Figure 1), fields nominated by the two companies.

reservoir characterization & 3d models of mt. simon gas storage fields in the illinois basinCited by: 2. RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION & 3D MODELS OF MT.

SIMON GAS STORAGE FIELDS IN THE ILLINOIS BASIN Page: 2 of This report is part of the collection entitled: Office of Scientific & Technical Information Technical Reports and Cited by: 2. (Figure3)anda3Ddiagram(Figure4)oftheareaindicatethatthefield is anorth-south oriented, asymmetrical, doubly plunging anticlinewith about 30m (ft) ofvertical closure andan area of.

Reservoir characterization & 3D models of Mt. Simon gas storage fields in the Illinois basin: annual technical progress report: Alternative Title: Reservoir characterization and three dimensional models of Mt. Simon gas storage fields; Mt. Simon gas storage fields in the Illinois basin: reservoir characterizations & 3 D models.

Reservoir characterization & 3D models of Mt. Simon gas storage fields in the Illinois Basin: annual technical progress report: Author(s): Morse, David G.; Leetaru, Hannes E. Subject(s): Gas reservoirs -- Illinois -- Computer simulation Gas reservoirs -- Illinois -- Permeability: Geographic Coverage: Illinois: Issue Date: Publisher:Author: David G.

Morse, Hannes E. Leetaru. In northern Illinois, the Cambrian Mt. Simon Sandstone is used for natural gas storage by utilities. This project examined the Mt. Simon in the Manlove Gas Storage Field, Champaign County, Illinois, and the Herscher Gas Storage Field in Kankakee County, Illinois, in order to improve understanding the reservoir's character and geometry.

The upper meters ( feet) were deposited in a tidal-flat, nearshore environment as part of a braided river system. The upper Mt. Simon reservoir is used for natural gas storage in northern Illinois. Except in the upper transition from Eau Claire to Mt. Simon, bedded shales are atypical for the Mt.

Simon. The Mount Simon Sandstone is the thickest and most widespread saline reservoir in the Illinois Basin and one of the most significant potential carbon storage resources in the United States.

The Mt. Simon is relatively thick formation exceeding meters in some areas of the Illinois Basin. In the deeper part of the basin where sequestration is likely to occur at depths exceeding m, horizontal core permeability ranges from less than 1×10 −12 cm 2 to greater than 1×10 −8 cm 2.

Reservoir characterization & 3D models of Mt. Simon gas storage fields in the Illinois basin: annual technical progress report Item Preview. Abstract. This ongoing study of the Cambrian Mt. Simon formation and its gas storage reservoirs in northern Illinois provides detailed reservoir characterization studies and 3D models of porosity and V shale for the Manlove and Herscher fields.".

Reservoir characterization and three-dimensional models of Mt. Simon gas storage fields in the Illinois basin: Author(s): Morse, David G.; Leetaru, Hannes E. Subject(s): Natural gas - Underground storage - Illinois - Champaign County Geophysical well logging - Illinois - Champaign County Natural gas - Underground storage - Illinois - Kankakee.

Reservoir characterization and three-dimensional models of Mt. Simon Gas storage fields in the Illinois Basin. Illinois State Geological Survey Circular72 p. Reservoir Characterization and Three-dimensional Models of Mt. Simon Gas Storage Fields in the Illinois Basin, circularIllinois State Geological Survey.

[2] Spycher, N. and Pruess, K.,CO2-H2O mixtures in the geological sequestration of DOE PAGES Journal Article: Resistivity characterization of the Krafla and Hengill geothermal fields through 3D MT inverse modeling. RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION & 3D MODELS OF MT. SIMON GAS STORAGE FIELDS IN THE ILLINOIS BASIN saline reservoir in the Illinois Basin and one of the most significant potential carbon storage.

Characterization of the injection interval provides the basis for a geologic model to support the baseline MVA model, specify pressure design requirements of surface equipment, develop completion strategies, estimate injection rates, and project the CO 2 plume Cambrian-age Mt.

Simon Sandstone overlies the Precambrian granite. The Illinois Basin-Decatur Project safely and successfully injected, over three years, nearly million tons (1 million tonnes) of supercritical carbon dioxide (CO 2) into the base of a ft ( m) thick saline sandstone reservoir at a depth of ft ( km).The injection interval, with its high porosity and permeability, allowed for injection pressures to be far below fracture.

The basin dips to the south and is filled with to 7, m of Paleozoic rocks [2]. The Mount Simon Sandstone (Mt. Simon) is the basal sandstone reservoir in the Illinois Basin. The Mt. Simon is generally at least m thick in areas favorable. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.The Mt.

Simon is relatively thick formation exceeding meters in some areas of the Illinois Basin. In the deeper part of the basin where sequestration is likely to occur at depths exceeding m, horizontal core permeability ranges from less than 1×10−12 cm2 to greater than 1×10−8 cm2.The Mt.

Simon Sandstone is a m-thick brine-bearing formation occurring ∼2 km deep in the central Illinois Basin (Fig. 1). It is the reservoir used for the Illinois Basin -Decatur Project.