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Performer: Stanford University - Panama St.
Scanning electron microscope images of gas shale:<br/>(a) pores are 14-1,590 nm in diameter and<br/>(b) silica rich regions with organic kerogen<br/>(darkly shaded) in the lower left corner. Smaller<br/>pores might be either a tip of a larger pore body<br/>or a pore throat.
Scanning electron microscope images of gas shale:
(a) pores are 14-1,590 nm in diameter and
(b) silica rich regions with organic kerogen
(darkly shaded) in the lower left corner. Smaller
pores might be either a tip of a larger pore body
or a pore throat.
Website: Stanford University
Award Number: FE0004731
Project Duration: 09/15/2010 – 09/30/2013
Total Award Value: $1,436,888
DOE Share: $1,147,611
Performer Share: $289,277
Technology Area: Geologic Storage Technologies and Simulation and Risk Assessment
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Location: Stanford, California

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