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Creep behavior of Utah oil shale subject to uniaxial loading

Ken P. Chong

Creep behavior of Utah oil shale subject to uniaxial loading

by Ken P. Chong

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Published by Laramie Energy Technology Center, Available from National Technical Information Service in Laramie, Wyo, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shale oils,
  • Oil-shales,
  • Creep,
  • Rocks

  • Edition Notes

    Statement by Ken P. Chong, George R. Dana, and Jui-Lin Chen
    ContributionsChen, Jui-Lin, Dana, George F., Laramie Energy Technology Center
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p.:
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25485188M

    With Utah’s vast tracts of rich, near-surface oil shale, the state will continue to play a major role in future oil shale development and research. For more information on Utah’s oil shale resource, refer to recently released UGS Special Study on the Utah Geological Survey’s Oil Shale Resources web page.   Utah's oil shale Geologists believe Uinta Basin oil shale can economically yield 77 billion barrels, a fraction of the trillion locked in Utah's share of the Green River Formation. Red Leaf Resources, hoping to produce the nation's first oil in commercial quantities from Utah shale, suspended operations at its Seep Ridge site but has plans.

      1) There is no commercial production of oil from oil shale currently in the United States including Utah, Colorado and Wyoming. 2) The Rand Corporation, under contact with the U.S. Department of Energy, estimated surface retorting plants (including mining and processing) would unlikely be profitable unless crude oil prices were $70 to $95 per. - Oil shale within the saline zone is lean compared to richer targets below - Mining will focus on outcrop sections of rich oil shale below the saline zone - In-situ extraction will likely target deposits below the Big-3 bed, ~70 feet below the saline zone - However, if water can travel vertically through the .

    Utah’s latent resources increases significantly.8 While oil shale development could provide significant energy resources, a commercial oil shale industry has thus far failed to develop. In fact, oil shale has long been held forth as a promising answer to U.S. national energy needs only to.   Oil shale is a type of sedimentary rock that is rich in kerogen. Kerogen is a part of rock that breaks down and releases hydrocarbons when heated. Hydrocarbons are substances made entirely of hydrogen and carbon. Petroleum and natural gas are probably the most familiar hydrocarbons. The hydrocarbons in oil shale can be used as an alternative to petroleum or natural gas.


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Creep behavior of Utah oil shale subject to uniaxial loading by Ken P. Chong Download PDF EPUB FB2

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A Conbel Model pneumatic driven testing machine is used. The set of duplicate test specimens required for creep testing were cut from a single oil. Creep behavior of Utah oil shale subject to uniaxial loading of a study on the creep behavior of Utah oil shale. A Conbel Model pneumatic driven testing machine is used.

properties of. Fundamental to the understanding of the fracturing behavior are the compressive properties of oil shale subject to loading at different strain rates. Uniaxial testing of oil shale from the Green River Formation in Wyoming indicates that the compressive fracturing strength is strongly dependent on organic volume and on by: A series of uniaxial and triaxial creep tests were carried out on shale specimens to investigate the time-dependent behavior, and the different deformation of uniaxial and triaxial creep (Zvonko.

We studied the elastic moduli, ductile creep behavior, and brittle strength of shale-gas reservoir rocks from Barnett, Haynesville, Eagle Ford, and Fort St.

John shale in a series of triaxial. We studied the elastic moduli, ductile creep behavior, and brittle strength of shale-gas reservoir rocks from Barnett, Haynesville, Eagle Ford, and Fort St. John shale in a series of triaxial. Uniaxial creep Testing Equipment-a: Schematic layout, b: Measuring units including axial and lateral displacement gauges, load cell and display system Advertisement Content uploaded by S.

Jalali. North America’s first commercial oil-shale operation cleared perhaps its biggest hurdle when the federal government authorized a mile corridor across public land in eastern Utah’s Uinta.

Director, Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining. IN THE NEWS OGM COVID Response. In our efforts to address COVID- 19 and per direction from the Governor's Office, the Division of Oil, Gas and Mining is implementing teleworking where possible.

If you have business with the Division, please call or email before coming in to make sure necessary. load by the cross-sectional area; i.e. to use the tensile stress rather than the load. Further, the deformation δ can be normalized by noting that an applied load stretches all parts of the wire uniformly,sothatareasonablemeasureof“stretching”isthedeformationperunitlength: = δ L 0 () HereL.

Oil shale - Oil shale - Environmental issues: The production of oil from shales has a potentially serious impact on the environment. Four specific areas of concern dominate discussion regarding development of the resource: greenhouse gas output, water consumption and pollution, surface disturbance, and socioeconomic effects.

Because oil and gas are produced by heating oil shale and because. Clay shales may cover up to 35% of the earth's surface and engineering ventures such as dam and tunnel construction, highway embankments, coal and oil shale mining, and oil exploration have all encountered difficulties with clay shales.

Clay shales are also the major contaminant removed from coal in. a) Development of the uniaxial creep tests – single and multistage load conditions and validation of the test process by performing shake-down tests on Berea sandstone. b) Investigation of the time-dependent behavior of shale under single and multistage unconfined load conditions.

Enefit will run the oil shale it mines through its processing plant and pipe the resulting synthetic crude to petroleum refineries in Salt Lake City and beyond. In the long term, Enefit aims to expand its mining operations onto federal public lands next-door by vastly expanding its current oil shale lease from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

including oil shale. DOE has supported public and private basic and applied research and development, and cost-shared several large scale demonstration projects. More recently, DOE has engaged in a variety of oil shale activities to assess the benefits and challenges of oil shale development, including the development of economically.

Part 2: Shale Oil Potential of the Cane Creek shale, Paradox Formation, Paradox Basin, Utah. The Cane Creek shale of the Paradox Basin has been a target for exploration on and off since the s and produces oil from several small fields. The play generated much interest in the early s with successful use of horizontal drilling.

Last year, EOG Resources, a prominent shale producer that is well-known in other shale basins, such as the Permian, is one of the few companies chomping at the bit in Utah. Last year, the shale. The extraction of hydrocarbons from unconventional oil and gas reservoirs relies on a detailed understanding of the cracking processes in shale.

Also, underground structures designed for nuclear waste repositories are often preferred to be in shale due to its characteristic low permeability.

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Edited By Jennifer Spinti. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 5 August Pub. location Boca. Salt Lake City, UT – Conservation groups today formally opposed the Trump administration’s plan to facilitate the first commercial oil shale development in the United States, a massive Utah project that would generate enormous greenhouse gas and deadly ozone pollution in regions already exceeding federal air-pollution standards.

The Bureau of Land Management plans to. The history of the oil shale industry in the United States goes back to the s; it dates back farther as a major enterprise than the petroleum industry. But although the United States contains the world's largest known resource of oil shale, the US has not been a significant producer of shale oil since There were three major past attempts to establish an American oil shale industry.The U.S.

Bureau of Land Management’s Utah office on Wednesday authorized the American unit of an Estonia-based company to build infrastructure needed to open an oil shale production plant in.Oil and Gas Oil and Gas Wells.

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