|Author(s)||Stuhec, S. Bures, S. Jordan, G. Marchioni, D. Hulatt, E. Langenberg, C.W. McCandlish, M. Dawson, F.M. Cave, G.J. Kahill, A. Strobl, R.S. Nikols, D.J. Bielenstein, H. Meyer, R.||Date||1990-10-12|
We have arranged the seminar in order to begin with the fundamental physical properties of this unique substance: how methane is adsorbed onto coal, the movement of methane through coal, and how all this is affected by the presence of moisture and other materials in coal. A few of the chemical and physical tests done on coal will be explained as they relate to the petroleum industry. We'll then move on to a discussion of coal quality with respect to coal rank and type, and how it relates to methane generation, retention and production.
Stuhec, S., Bures, S., Jordan, G., Marchioni, D., Hulatt, E., Langenberg, C.W., McCandlish, M., Dawson, F.M., Cave, G.J., Kahill, A., Strobl, R.S., Nikols, D.J., Bielenstein, H. and Meyer, R. (1990): Introduction to coal sampling techniques for the petroleum industry: coal bed methane series; Alberta Research Council, ARC/AGS Information Series 111, 184 p.