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SCENARIO OF CBM IN INDIA AND CBM RECOVERY VIA CO2-N2 SEQUESTRATION  AND THEIR ENVIRONMENTAL CONSEQUENCES
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Poster Title: SCENARIO OF CBM IN INDIA AND CBM RECOVERY VIA CO2-N2 SEQUESTRATION AND THEIR ENVIRONMENTAL CONSEQUENCES
Submitted on 30 Oct 2017
Author(s): Patel Karan, Sachin Nambiar, Nahid Shaikh
Affiliations: Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University
This poster was presented at SPE India Section Technology Meet-2017
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Abstract: The increasing price of natural gas and, in some cases, government policies have encouraged the exploration and development of gas from unconventional sources which further have lead to the development of sophisticated technologies for enhancing hydrocarbon recoveries. The major objective of this poster is to study the effective, feasible, efficient methodology for the extraction of methane gas from coal seams; coupled with the injection of CO2 and N2 into the coal seam complex structure. This annexure focuses on how to improve exploitation rate of coal bed methane (CBM) .
Summary: Poster focuses on the need of increased gas production in order to decrease dependencies on imports, which can be achieved by Enhancing Gas Production (here coal bed methane) and sequestrating CO2 simultaneously providing environmental benefits too.References: Included in the posterReport abuse »
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