Coal-bed gas potential in Daviess County, Indiana
by Mastalerz, Maria, Kvale, E.P. (Author) |
Mastalerz, Maria, Kvale, E.P., 1998, Coal-bed gas potential in Daviess County, Indiana: Indiana Geological Survey Open-File Study 98-07, 56 p., 6 fig.
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ANNOTATION: This report summarizes a coal-bed methane study in Daviess County, Indiana. Coal samples were collected from three boreholes in order to determine if the coals of the Brazil and Staunton Formations contain significant coal-bed methane resources. Our study suggests that the gas content in the studied part of Daviess County is primarily a function of the depth. Coals that occur at the depths shalower than 160 ft have a very low gas content likely due to gas migration to the surface. Gas contents of the Staunton and Brazil Formation coals occurring deeper than 160 ft range from 41.6 scf/ton to 102.2 scf/ton. The Lower Block coal has the highest gas-in-place content and has the highest coal-bed resource potential.
Keywords: coal, gas, methane, cbm, coalbed methane, Brazil Formation, Staunton Formation, Lower Block Coal Member, Raccoon Creek Group, Pennsylvanian
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