Analysis of the Devonian Shale in Kentucky for Potential CO2 Sequestration and Enhanced Natural Gas Production

Brandon C. Nuttall & James A. Drahovzal

Presented at
North-Central and Southeast Sections GSA Joint Annual Meeting

April 4, 2002

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Presentation Slides:
Analysis of the Devonian Shale in Kentucky for Potential CO2 Sequestration and Enhanced Natural Gas Production
Vostok Ice Core Data
Changing Global Temperature
Kentucky CO2 Emissions
Mitigate Atmospheric CO2
CO2 Sequestration Strategies
CO2 Sequestration Strategies
CO2 Sequestration Strategies
Basic Goals
Why Black Shales?
Black Shale Distribution
Geology of Kentucky
WE Cross Section
NS Cross Section
Shale Nomenclature
Structure on Top of Shale
Shale Isopach
Devonian Shale in Kentucky
Gas Production
Organic Content
Production: Decline
Production: Flat
Production: Incline
Gas Atlas and TORIS
Estimate Storage Capacity
Assumptions for Missing Data
Preliminary CO2 Capacity
Work Plan: Year 1
Work Plan: Year 2
Work Plan: Year 3
Conclusion


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