Improving production of coal seam gas

Publications

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Journal publications

Connell LD. 2009. Coupled flow and geomechanical processes during coal seam methane production. In press for International Journal of Coal Geology.

Lu M, Connell LD. 2009. A statistical representation of the matrix-fracture transfer function for porous media. Transport in Porous Media (revised version under review).

Connell LD, Detournay C. 2009. Coupled flow and geomechanical processes during enhanced coal seam methane recovery through CO2 sequestration. International Journal of Coal Geology. 77(1): 222-233.

Lu M, Connell LD. 2008. Non-isothermal flow of carbon dioxide in injection wells during geological storage. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. 2: 248–258.

Lu M, Connell LD, Pan Z. 2008. A model for the flow of gas mixtures in adsorption dominated dual porosity reservoirs incorporating multi-component matrix diffusion - Part II. Numerical algorithm and application examples. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering. 62: 93-101.

Pan Z, Connell LD. 2008. Comparison of adsorption models in reservoir simulation of enhanced coalbed methane recovery and CO2 sequestration in coal. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. 3: 77-89.

Wold MB, Connell LD, Choi SK. 2008. The role of spatial variability in coal seam parameters on gas outburst behaviour during coal mining. International Journal of Coal Geology. 75(1): 1-14.

Connell LD, Lu M. 2007. A dual-porosity model for gas reservoir flow incorporating adsorption behaviour - Part II. An algorithm and numerical implementations. Transport in Porous Media. 69: 139-158.

Lu M, Connell, LD. 2007. A dual-porosity model for gas reservoir flow incorporating adsorption – Part I Theoretical formulations and asymptotic analyses. Transport in Porous Media. 68: 153-173.

Lu M, Connell LD. 2007. A model for the flow of gas mixtures in adsorption dominated dual porosity reservoirs incorporating multi-component matrix diffusion - Part I. Theoretical development. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering. 59: 17-26.

Pan Z, Connell LD. 2007. A theoretical model for gas adsorption-induced coal swelling. International Journal of Coal Geology. 69(4): 243-252.

Conference publications

Connell LD, Detournay C. 2008. Coupled flow and geomechanical simulation of gas production from coal seams. Paper IL5. Proceedings of the 2008 Asia Pacific Coalbed Methane Symposium. 22-24 September. Brisbane, Australia.

Pan Z, Connell LD. 2008. Laboratory characterisation of reservoir properties for ECBM and CO2 sequestration. Pater 047. Proceedings of the 2008 Asia Pacific Coalbed Methane Symposium. 22-24 September. Brisbane, Australia.

Paterson L, Lu M, Connell LD, Ennis-King J. 2008. Numerical modelling of pressure and temperature profiles including phase transitions in carbon dioxide wells. SPE paper 115946. Presented at SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition. 21-24 September. Colorado, USA.

Connell LD, Day S, Pan Z, Duffy G, Sakurovs R, Saghafi A, Wright J. 2006. CO2 sequestration in Australian coal seams: Feasibility and plans for pilot study. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies. Trondheim.

Lu M, Connell LD. 2006. A multi-component dual-porosity model for gas reservoir flow with adsorption behaviour. SPE paper 101113. Presented at SPE Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition. 11-13 September. Adelaide, Australia.

Pan Z, Connell LD. 2006. Measurement and modelling of gas adsorption-induced coal swelling. Paper 0636. Proceedings of the 2006 International Coalbed Methane Symposium. 24-25 May. Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Connell LD, Pan Z. 2005. History matching for optimisation of gas drainage from horizontal wells containing sand propped hydraulic fractures. Paper 0508. Proceedings of the 2005 International Coalbed Methane Symposium. 17-19 May. Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Pan Z, Connell LD. 2005. The representation of multi-component adsorption in reservoir simulation of CO2 sequestration in coal and enhanced coalbed methane recovery. Paper 0509. Proceedings of the 2005 International Coalbed Methane Symposium. 17-19 May. Tuscaloosa, Alabama.