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Numerical and Laboratory Investigations for Maximization of Production from Tight/Shale Oil Reservoirs: From Fundamental Studies to Technology Development and Evaluation

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Final Report ESD14089 - The main project goal is to conduct multi-scale laboratory investigations and numerical simulations to (1) identify and quantify the various mechanisms involved in hydrocarbon production from tight systems; (2) describe the thermodynamic state and overall behavior of the various fluids in the nanometer-scale pores of tight media; (3) propose new methods for producing low-viscosity liquids from tight/shale reservoirs; and (4) investigate a wide range of such possible strategies, identify the promising ones, and quantitatively evaluate their performance.


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Citation Stephen Henry, National Energy Technology Laboratory George Moridis, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Matthew Reagan, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory National Energy Technology Laboratory, US Department of Energy, EDX website https://edx.netl.doe.gov/ accessed on (insert date)
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NETL Point of Contact Stephen Henry
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NETL program or project Oil & Gas