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Chandra, D. (author), Bakshi, Tuli (author), Bahadur, Jitendra (author), Hazra, Bodhisatwa (author), Vishal, Vikram (author), Kumar, Shubham (author), Sen, Debasis (author), Singh, T. N. (author)
A combination of high-resolution imaging, low-pressure gas adsorption, and small-angle X-ray and neutron scattering quantifies changes in the pore characteristics of pulverized shale samples under oxic and anoxic environments up to 300 ℃. Clay-rich early-mature shales have a fair potential to generate hydrocarbons, the total organic carbon...
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Bahadur, Jitendra (author), Chandra, D. (author), Das, Avik (author), Vishal, Vikram (author), Agrawal, Ashish Kumar (author), Sen, Debasis (author)
Pore orientation in shale governs the fluid transport properties that are key to hydrocarbon production and potential CO<sub>2</sub> sequestration. The present work deals with the detailed study of nano-heterogeneities in shales, across the bedding plane, of varying thermal maturity and total organic carbon content using scanning small-angle...
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Hazra, Bodhisatwa (author), Chandra, D. (author), Lahiri, Sivaji (author), Vishal, Vikram (author), Sethi, Chinmay (author), Pandey, Jai Krishna (author)
Organic-rich shales are marked by the presence of complex pore structures and extremely low permeabilities, which present challenges while extracting hydrocarbon from them. With the potential negative environmental impacts of hydraulic fracturing, recent research has focused on alternative techniques such as in situ combustion/pyrolysis for...
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Bhapkar, Pranay Vilas (author), Pradhan, Sarada Prasad (author), Chandra, D. (author), Hazra, Bodhisatwa (author), Vishal, Vikram (author)
Pore characterization helps to estimate the coalbed methane recovery and carbon storage potential of the reservoir. Earlier research on the characteristics of coal pores has shown that coal has high hydrocarbon storage potential in the adsorbed state, but few studies have shown the influence of chemical heterogeneities and depth on the...
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Ramesh Kumar, K. (author), Tasinafo Honório, H. (author), Chandra, D. (author), Lesueur, M. (author), Hajibeygi, H. (author)
Hydrogen is a promising energy carrier for a low-carbon future energy system, as it can be stored on a megaton scale (equivalent to TWh of energy) in subsurface reservoirs. However, safe and efficient underground hydrogen storage requires a thorough understanding of the geomechanics of the host rock under fluid pressure fluctuations. In this...
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Hazra, Bodhisatwa (author), Vishal, Vikram (author), Sethi, Chinmay (author), Chandra, D. (author)
Hydraulic fracturing has transformed the international energy landscape by becoming the go-to method for the exploitation of natural gas from unconventional shale reservoirs. However, in the recent years, the search for an alternative method of shale-gas exploration has intensified, because of various problems (e.g., contamination of ground...
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Vishal, Vikram (author), Singh, Udayan (author), Bakshi, Tuli (author), Chandra, D. (author), Verma, Yashvardhan (author), Kumar Tiwari, Ashwari (author)
At COP-26, India announced strong climate commitments of reaching net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2070. Meeting this target would likely require substantial deployment of CO2 capture and storage (CCS) to decarbonize existing large point sources of CO2. This study attempts to evaluate opportunities for deployment of CCS in India in the...
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