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J. 2003. Coalbed Methane Parametric Study: What’s Really Important to Production and When? Paper SPE 84425. Presented at the Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, Denver, Colorado, October 5–8. 20. Bastian, P. , et al. 2005. 21. Lamarre, R. , and Pope, J. 2007. Critical-gas-content technology provides coalbed-methane-reservoir data. Journal of Petroleum Technology. V. 59 (no. 11). p. 108. indd 18 8/25/11 2:02 PM Coal Fundamentals 2 Introduction Coal fueled the Industrial Revolution of Europe in the 18th and 19th centuries and continues to be an important source of energy throughout the world today.
Total porosity vs. 42252 g/cm3, were compared with total porosity measurements. The comparisons led to the conclusion that sorbed gas occupied more than 90% of total porosity in the semianthracite sample, more than 60% of total porosity of the medium-volatile bituminous sample, and less than 10% of the high-volatile bituminous and subbituminous samples. Thus in high-rank coals, sorption is the dominant storage mechanism, whereas low-rank coals can hold significant free gas volumes compressed in the pores.
Coal Rank Coal is a complex organic rock of variable purity and moisture content, deposited in multiple geological ages, and is often classified by rank, that is, the degree of thermal maturity or metamorphosis of the organic material in a coal. Coal rank is a primary element in the construction of coal gas analogs. Newly deposited organic material is randomly ordered and wet, with little mechanical integrity. Burial of this material deep in the earth subjects it to heat and pressure over geologic time, causing the organic material to become progressively more ordered, driving off water and gases.