Deep Direct-Use Feasibility Study Estimation of Reservoir Properties for the Tuscarora Sandstone

Abstract

This dataset contains black-and-white photographic images of individual core segments from well Preston 119 and photomicrographs taken of petrographic thin sections from well Clay 513. Minipermeameter measurement results of 2,260 samples for fracture and matrix permeability on core segments for well Preston 119. These results are summarized in figures, spreadsheets, and PowerPoints. Microsoft Excel will be necessary to examine the permeability data and software capable of reading a .PDF file will be needed to view the file of annotated core CT scans. Microsoft Powerpoint will be necessary to view the photomicrograph presentation.

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DOE Project Name: Feasibility of Deep Direct Use Geothermal on the West Virginia University Campus-Morgantown, WV
DOE Project Number: EE0008105
DOE Project Lead: Arlene Anderson
DOI: 10.15121/1593279
Last Updated: 9 months ago
Dec
2019
Data from December, 2019
Submitted Dec 19, 2019

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West Virginia University


304.293.5028

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Authors

Ronald McDowell
West Virginia Geological Survey

Keywords

geothermal, Appalachian Basin, WVU, WVGES, Tuscarora Sandstone, thin section analysis, minipermeameter, Permeability, DDU, Deep Direct-Use, matrix permeability, core segments, fracture analysis, reservoir analysis, photomicrographs, fracture permeability, feasibility, reservoir, geologic, thermal, properties, thickness, depth, characterization, WV, EGS

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