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This search function allows the user to search all of the CDs and DVDs of oil and gas research reports compiled from past R&D programs as well as currently available documents from the NETL Internet site (i.e. SCNGO and Section 999, etc.). The user can download individual reports or review an entire CD or DVD. See our instructions for additional information. KMD Logo

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TITLE:

Major Oil Plays in Utah and Vicinity [PDF-66.7MB, ZIP-91.8MB]

INFO:

A portfolio of oil plays in Utah, as well as neighboring Colorado and Wyoming, compiled by the Utah Geologic Survey with funding from NETL. The portfolio contains comprehensive maps that provide data useful to organizations involved in petroleum exploration and production. The data includes geologic settings, outcrop analogs, land-use issues, and best-development practices for each oil-producing area within the three states.

DATE:

2009.05.01

TITLE:

Focused Oil Technology Programs Archive, Version 1.0 [ZIP-1.69GB]

INFO:

The Focused Oil Technology Programs archive includes the Native American Program, Independent Producers Program, PUMP Program, PRIME Program, and Technology Transfer Program.

DATE:

2009.03.01

TITLE:

Oil Program Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Archive, Program Results from the Mid 70's to 2009, Version 2.0 [DOE/NETL-2009/1351] [ZIP-6.38GB]

INFO:

The 2009 Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Program Archive is part of U.S. DOE Fossil Energy technology transfer effort to make previous DOE funded RD&D more accessible. EOR in this context also includes technologies often referred to as Improved Oil Recovery (IOR). This disk contains 1,800 EOR reports from more than 30 years of RD&D funded by DOE and its predecessors.

DATE:

2009.02.01

TITLE:

Reservoir Characterization and Basin Analysis Project Archive, Version 1.0 (Disk-1 [ZIP-3.98GB], Disk-2 [ZIP-1.85GB])

Disk-1

Disk-2

INFO:

The disk Version 1.0 of U.S. DOE's "Reservoir Characterization and Basin Analysis Project Archive" contains results from a broad program and related RD&D areas that DOE and its predecessor organizations (Bureau of Mines, ERDA) have funded for over 35 years. In April 2008, the DVD, DOE/NETL-2008/1325, entitled "Reservoir Depositional Classification CLASS Program 1990-2008" - Collection of Historical Documentation, was published. The CLASS Program was a specifically funded program targeted to better defining reservoirs for improved oil recovery.

DATE:

2009.01.01

TITLE:

Carbon Dioxide Flooding Project Archive 1960s-2008, Version 1.0 [ZIP-2.26GB]

INFO:

An archive that captures the broad range of CO2 research conducted by the DOE's NETL and DOE's National Institute for Petroleum Energy Research including; field demonstration, laboratory studies of mobility and conformance, simulation, and predictive modeling.

DATE:

2008.09.01

TITLE:

Environmental Program Archive - Program Results from 1991 - 2008, Version 1.0 [ZIP-3.03GB]

INFO:

Since 1996 DOE has funded around 400 projects encompassing a variety of environmental research technologies. In July 2008 forty-nine projects are overseen by the Oil and Gas Environmental Solutions Program. Of these, 16 are active and the remaining 33 have completed the research and are in varying stages of final report submission before final close out.

DATE:

2008.09.01

TITLE:

Diagnostics and Imaging Systems (ADIS) and Drilling, Completion and Stimulation (DCS) Project Archive, Version 1.0 [ZIP-2.55GB]

INFO:

An archive of research by the DOE's NETL and DOE's National Institute for Petroleum Energy Research that focuses on seismic and advanced imaging technologies for oil and gas exploration; and application of improved technologies for drilling, well completion and well stimulation to increase ultimate recovery of oil and gas. Reducing the footprint of exploration and production represents a significant goal of new technologies.

DATE:

2008.09.01

TITLE:

Reservoir Depositional Classification CLASS Program 1980-2008 Collection of Historical Documentation [ZIP-2.45GB]

INFO:

An archive focusing on the results of the Reservoir Class Field Demonstration program, initiated in FY92 in response to the rapidly declining domestic production and the realization that huge volumes of oil were being abandoned in reservoirs because of uneconomic production techniques.

DATE:

2008.04.01

TITLE:

Recent DOE Research Targeting Deep Gas Resources [ZIP-4.92MB]

INFO:

This disk includes multiple projects relating to deep gas resources identifying locations, targeted reservoirs, and operators of wells with true vertical depths (TVD's) greater than 15,000 feet deep in the U.S. drilled from 2000 - 2007. These wells are categorized by completion method and representative type wells were determined.

DATE:

2007.04.01

TITLE:

Seismic Imaging Reservoir Characterization and Basin Analysis [ZIP-500MB]

INFO:

The DOE's NETL implemented natural gas and oil research and development programs with the intent of increasing domestic oil production in order to reduce U.S. reliance on oil imports. This disk includes programs from the 1980's through 2006. The technology focus areas are for resource finding and recovery, access technologies, oil production, and technology transfer.

DATE:

2007.03.01

TITLE:

Coalbed Natural Gas [ZIP-144MB]

INFO:

With the rapid increase in Coal Bed Natural Gas (CBNG) development during the second half of the 1990's there was an increasing concern from operators and government land managers over how to properly address the many issues, especially environmental issues, that are unique and singular to this development. This disk archives results of this research on onshore and offshore produced water from coal bed methane gas. Produced water is the largest volume byproduct or waste stream associate with oil and gas production.

DATE:

2007.03.01

TITLE:

Natural Gas Program Archive (Disk1) [PDF-109KB, ZIP-3.66GB]

Natural Gas Program Archive (Disk2) [PDF-109KB, ZIP-3.51GB]

INFO:

Two disks archiving important results of research and development of DOE's Unconventional Gas Research (UGR) Programs 1976-1995, which played a vital role in helping to meet the nation's growing demand for natural gas. Disk 1 contains information relating to eastern U.S. gas shales and general UGR. Disk 2 contains western U.S. gas shale, secondary gas recovery, methane hydrates, methane recovery from coalbeds, deep source gas, and general UGR.

DATE:

2007.01.31

TITLE:

Wilmington Oil Field, Long Beach, California [ZIP-23.6MB]

INFO:

The Wilmington Oil Field produced about 14-15 million bbl/year from more than 1,200 wells in 2004-2005 and currently produces about 40,000 bbl/day of oil, 10 million cubic feet per day of natural gas, and about 35 million bbl/month of water at a 95 percent watercut.

DATE:

2006.08.01

TITLE:

Oil and Gas Industry Software - Analytical Models, Databases, Documentation, Numerical Simulators [ZIP-138MB]

INFO:

This disk includes analytical models, databases, documentation, and numerical simulators supporting the oil and gas industry. Documents include: Intelligent Computing System for Reservoir Analysis and Risk Assessment of the Red River Formation, Miscible Applied Simulation Techniques for Energy Recovery, and a Codebook for ADP cards of Crude Oil Analysis.

DATE:

2006.08.01

TITLE:

Heavy Oil Publications [ZIP-193MB]

INFO:

This disk contains selected DOE reports and analysis on resource and recovery technologies for U.S. heavy oil. The reports cover DOE-funded heavy oil R&D involving laboratory work, numerical simulator development, and various thermal and non-thermal field tests of heavy oil recovery processes of more than 500 of the largest heavy oil reservoirs (a subset of 1,025 analyzed) and publications on heavy oil resources in selected basins.

DATE:

2006.08.01

TITLE:

A Geologic Playbook for Trenton-Black River Appalachian Basin Exploration [PDF-112MB, ZIP-950MB]

INFO:

This project developed an integrated resource assessment model of the Trenton-Black River reservoirs in New York, Ohio and West Virginia. The effort addressed the increased development of the gas resources from the Trenton-Black River reservoirs and facilitate increased exploration and higher success rates in this emerging play. The final product of this project is a detailed and multi-disciplinary play book.

DATE:

2006.07.01

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USGS Hydrates Final Technical Report to the Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory: September 8, 1997-April 30, 2005 [PDF-247KB, ZIP-782MB]

INFO:

This final report covers the period from September 8, 1997 to April 30, 2005 and summarizes the larger research accomplishments, which can be divided in field and laboratory experiments. The geophysical and sampling field programs include 5 experiments conducted between 1998 and 2003 in the Gulf of Mexico (four cruises) and on the Blake Ridge (one cruise).

DATE:

2006.05.01

TITLE:

Identifying and Remediating High-Water Production Problems in Basin-Centered Formations [PDF-7.44MB, ZIP-953MB]

INFO:

A large database of historical produced water analyses, supplemented with a targeted sampling program, assembled and interpreted to address the production of excessive water in basin-centered tight formation gas fields of the Greater Green and Wind River Basins, Wyoming. This disk includes a GIS-based digital atlas showing the distribution of the data.

DATE:

2005.12.01

TITLE:

North Hill Creek/3-D Seismic Exploration Project, Ute Indian Tribe, Uintah & Ouray Reservation, Uintah County, Utah 4 disk set [ZIP-543MB]

INFO:

A four-disk set of North Hill Creek 3-D Seismic Exploration for the Ute Indian Tribe, Uintah & Ouray Reservation, Uintah County, Utah. Disks 1 & 2 include the Final Migration with TVSW and Trace Balance with Cutouts. Disk 3 includes Raw DMO Stack with cutouts. Disk 4 includes Seismic Survey, Maps, and Western Geco.

DATE:

2005.05.01

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Stratigraphic Framework, Structure, and Thermal Maturity of Cretaceous and Lower Tertiary Rocks in Relation to Hydrocarbon Potential, Crazy Mountains Basin, Montana [PDF-7.58MB, ZIP-158MB]

INFO:

This report is part of a series of studies by the U.S. Geological Survey, sponsored by the U.S. DOE NETL to identify and evaluate "unconventional" basin-centered gas accumulations found in the deep areas of many Rocky Mountain basins. Crazy Mountains Basin in Montana was investigated for basin-centered gas accumulations.

DATE:

2005.03.01

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Play Analysis and Digital Portfolio of Major Oil Reservoirs in the Permian Basin, Analysis of 1,339 Reservoirs [PDF-27.0MB, ZIP-63.2MB]

INFO:

The Permian Basin of west Texas and southeast New Mexico reservoirs are the focus of this report. Thirty-two Permian Basin oil plays were defined, and each of the 1,339 significant-sized reservoirs was assigned to a play. This report contains a summary description of each play, including key reservoir characteristics and successful reservoir management practices that have been used in the play, the GIS project, pdf maps of all plays, and digital data files.

DATE:

2004.12.01

TITLE:

Improved Oil Recovery (IOR) Field Demonstration, Class I, II, III & Revisit [ZIP-336MB]

INFO:

The Field Demonstration Program was initiated in FY92 in response to rapidly declining domestic production and the realization that huge volumes of oil are being abandoned in reservoirs because of uneconomic production techniques. This program is just one of the critical elements of the Oil Program necessary to move IOR technology from the conceptual stage through research, pilot scale field experiments, and full-scale field demonstrations to industry acceptance and commercialization.

DATE:

2004.09.01

TITLE:

Microhole Technology [ZIP-32.2MB]

INFO:

The DOE is charting the future of drilling research during the next decade. Under the new microhole initiative, it will pursue a major research program in the area of drilling and using smaller diameter wells less than two inches. The cost to drill these wells will be significantly less and the associated waste with such wells will be much less than conventional well drilling.

DATE:

2004.09.01

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Natural Gas Resources of the Uinta Basin, Utah, and the Deep Anadarko Basin, Oklahoma and Texas, NETL's Phase II Data [PDF-524KB, ZIP-303MB]

INFO:

This is the follow-up disk to the Phase I release of the Greater Green River and Wind River Basin Assessments. Phase II includes an assessment of marginal, sub-economic, and unappraised resources to support DOE's natural gas program planning. This disk includes maps, cross-sections, histograms, and poster presentations.

DATE:

2004.08.01

TITLE:

Meeting Future Demands for Natural Gas in South Central Alaska [PDF-3.67MB, ZIP-8.71MB]

INFO:

The south-central Alaska Natural Gas Study is a geologic, engineering, and economic assessment of the options to meet the intermediate- and long-term natural gas demand for the region. An abundant supply of low-cost natural gas from the Cook Inlet Basin was discovered more than 30 years ago as a by-product of oil exploration. This low cost gas has supplied all of south-central Alaska's residential, commercial, and industrial demand including manufacture and export of large quantities of fertilizer and liquefied natural gas (LNG) since the late 1960's.

DATE:

2004.06.01

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Natural Gas Resources of the Greater Green River and Wind River Basins of Wyoming, NETL's Phase I Final Report [PDF-976KB, ZIP-200MB]

INFO:

These basins contain the vast majority of the total low-permeability sandstone resource for the Rocky Mountain region. This disk contains detailed descriptions of project methodology and results, and detailed maps and cross-sections that depict the regional geology of key gas-bearing formations.

DATE:

2003.02.01

TITLE:

Natural Gas Infrastructure Reliability Forums [PDF-871, ZIP-95.0MB]

INFO:

The Strategic Center for Natural Gas (SCNG) conducted a series of five industry forums on natural gas infrastructure reliability on September 16 and 17, 2002, at in Morgantown, West Virginia. The objective of the Natural Gas Infrastructure Reliability Program is to encourage, promote and support research and development efforts that result in the development of technology or methodology that will maintain or enhance the integrity, operational reliability and security of the Nation's transmission and distribution pipeline network. This disk contains the proceedings of the forums as well as the presentations from a poster session.

DATE:

2002.09.16

TITLE:

Rome Trough Consortium [ZIP-162MB]

INFO:

This disk contains data from a multi-year study of the pre-Knox stratigraphic interval in the Rome Trough, a graben that contains a thickened section of the Rome and Conasauga Formations. The Rome Trough Consortium, a partnership consisting of the DOE, three state geological surveys and five Appalachian Basin energy companies, was formed to carry out this study.

DATE:

2002.08.01

TITLE:

Environmental Benefits of Advanced Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Technology [PDF-22.2MB, ZIP-24.1MB]

INFO:

Throughout the oil and gas life cycle, the industry has applied an array of advanced technologies to improve efficiency, productivity, and environmental performance. This disk focuses specifically on advances in exploration and production (E&P) operations.

DATE:

1999.10.01