Deep Direct-Use Feasibility Study Reservoir Productivity Uncertainty Analysis for the Tuscarora Sandstone, Morgantown, WV

Abstract

This dataset contains figures that summarize the Tuscarora Sandstone core permeability data collected from the Preston 119 well in Preston County, WV, and summary results of a stochastic analysis that was used to estimate reservoir productivity for the currently unexplored Tuscarora Sandstone below Morgantown, West Virginia. Uncertainties in reservoir productivity considered the thickness of the reservoir, rock permeability, and fluid viscosity. A Monte Carlo analysis of these uncertain properties was used to predict reservoir flow productivity for the case of a matrix-dominated reservoir, and a fracture-dominated reservoir. These results are summarized in figures, spreadsheets, and maps.

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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: 10.15121/1593281
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

Jared Smith
Cornell University

Keywords

geothermal, WVU, Cornell University, Appalachian Basin, Tuscarora Sandstone, reservoir flow geometry, reservoir productivity assessment, permeability, matrix, fracture, uncertainty analysis, reservoir productivity index, reservoir flow capacity, RPI, RFC, monte Carlo analysis, code, DDU, Deep Direct-Use, feasibility, favorability, eastern, east, uncertainty, EGS

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