Gas in Low Permeability Reservoirs in the Rocky Mountain Region

Published in 2005

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Editors: Michele G. Bishop, Stephen P. Cumella, John W. Robinson, Matthew R. Silverman

About: In this guidebook the reader will find information about the history of these resources, interpretations of the causes and location of these reserves, and practical technical approaches to exploration and production. The guidebook papers touch on the background evidence and early questions regarding gas trapped in basin centers and low permeability reservoirs. The discussion continues with additional evidence and renewed interest in the generation and trapping mechanism of these reserves. There are also future predictions about the role these resources are expected to play in the Rocky Mountain Region. Gas from low permeability reservoirs is predicted to make up a growing and important portion of production in the Rockies.