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Metan pokładów węgla górnośląskiego

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Published by Polish Geological Institute in Warszawa .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Dąbrowa Basin (Poland and Czech Republic),
  • Poland.
    • Subjects:
    • Coalbed methane -- Poland.,
    • Coal -- Geology -- Poland.,
    • Natural gas reserves -- Poland.,
    • Dąbrowa Basin (Poland and Czech Republic)

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesMetan pokładów wẹgla górnoślạskiego
      Statementscientific editor, Adam Kotas.
      SeriesPrace Państwowego Instytutu Geologicznego,, 142, Prace Państwowego Instytutu Geologicznego (1989) ;, 142.
      ContributionsKotas, Adam.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN844.7.P7 C63 1994
      The Physical Object
      Pagination81 p. :
      Number of Pages81
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL750279M
      LC Control Number97144305

      In Poland the coal mine methane (CMB) is mainly present in the Silesian Basin and its balance reserves are milliard cubic metres. Methane gases released from coal beds during their exploitation are partly disposed of through the ventilation shafts to the surface, and the remaining part is directed to the methane drainage station. The Upper Silesian Coal Basin may contain as much as billion cubic meters (6 trillion cubic feet) of methane, according to estimates from the Polish Geological Institute. The management boards.

      Bergquist, E., P. Evangelista, T.J. Strohlgren, and N. Alley. Invasive species and coal bed methane development in the Powder River Basin, Wyoming. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment BLM (Bureau of Land Management). Wyodak Coal Bed Methane Project Final Environmental Impact Statement. The prospecting made it possible to evaluate CBM resources and show the presence of important CBM resources in 65 hard coal deposits in the area of the Upper Silesian Coal Basin. These anticipated economic resources amounted in to , million m 3 and increased by 5, million m 3 in comparison with

      Other information is provided in the book Coal Bed Methane from Prospect to Pipeline [9]. US Coal Basins Not counting Alaska, there are three major basins in the United States, as shown in Fig. 1. The Western United States 2. The Illinois basin 3. The Appalachian basin These regions can be further divided into 14 sub-basins with addi-.   Particularly vital is considering methane as an unconventional resource, following the example of other countries. KEY WORDS: greenhouse effect, coal, gas hazard, underground mining, Upper Silesian Coal Basin, Poland _ 1. Introduction Methane present in coal basins is genetically linked to coal.


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Coal-bed methane potential of the upper Silesian coal basin, Poland = Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Upper Silesian Coal Basin (Polish: Górnośląskie Zagłębie Węglowe, GZW, Czech: Hornoslezská uhelná pánev) is a coal basin in Silesia, in Poland and the Czech Republic. The Basin also contains a number of other minable resources, such as methane, cadmium, lead, silver and zinc.

Coal depth is approximately meters, and contains about 70 billion tons, with excellent extraction. @article{osti_, title = {Methane in the Upper Silesian Coal Basin (Poland) - problem of reserves and exploitation}, author = {Wojcik, A J}, abstractNote = {The Upper Silesian Coal Basin (USCB) is the best recognized and the most productive coal basin in Poland.

The USCB is primarily defined by the extent of Carboniferous coal-bearing formations. A. Kotas (Ed.), Coal-bed Methane Potential of the Upper Silesian Coal Basin, Poland. Prace PIG CXLII, Polish Geological Institute, Warszawa () Google ScholarCited by: rial. Poland possesses one of the largest hard coal deposits in Europe, however methane accompanying the coal seams in coal basins so far was not the object of successful industrial scale exploitation.

Carboniferous formations filling the basin of the Upper-Silesian Coal Basin (USCB) together with its Mesozoic-Tertiary. Coal bed methane in Poland = book occurs within three coal basins of which the best recognized and most promising is the Upper Silesian Coal Basin.

Approximately % of proved balance of coal deposits resources in Poland occurs in the Upper Silesian Coal Basin, where 50 fields are operated by Author: Katarzyna Cieślak. Coal-bed methane (CBM) exploitation in the Upper Silesian Coal Basin has, in spite of earlier failures, again aroused investor interest.

Carboniferous coal seams at depths of – m are characterized by coal permeability values (estimated at 27– mD) and degrees of methane saturation (almost %) that suggest future successful exploitation. Purchase Coal Bed Methane - 1st Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBN  References: 14th International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM, SGEM Conference Proceedings, ISBN / ISSNJune, Book 1, Vol.

1, pp ABSTRACT Due to growth of natural gas price in Poland, coal bed methane (CBM) may become an important source of energy in Upper Silesian Coal Basin. Coal mine methane: A review of capture and utilization practices with benefits to mining safety and to greenhouse gas reduction.

Int. Coal Geol., Kędzior S. Accumulation of coal-bed methane in the south-west part of the Upper Silesian Coal Basin (southern Poland).

Int. Coal Geol., Kędzior S. The objective of this paper is to evaluate the possible migration of coal-bed methane and carbon dioxide to the earth's surface in a selected areas from the southern part of the Upper Silesian.

The coal samples used were high volatile bituminous coal collected from Brzeszcze Mine (Seam ), in the Upper Silesian Basin of Poland (Hol et al., ; Van Bergen et al., ).

It has a. In: Coal-bed methane potential of the Upper Silesian Coal Basin, Poland, Publ. Polish Geol. Inst.6– Google Scholar Różkowski, A.

(), Factors controlling the groundwater conditions of the Carboniferous strata in the Upper Silesian Coal Basin, Poland. Coal Bed Methane: Theories and Applications, Second Edition, captures the full lifecycle of a coal bed methane well and offers petroleum geologists and engineers a single source for a broad range of coal bed methane (CBM) applications.

The vast coal resources in the United States continue to produce tremendous amounts of natural gas, contributing to a diverse range of energy assets. OUTLINE OF COAL AND METHANE RESOURCES IN POLAND. In Poland hard coal deposits are located in: the Upper Silesian Coal Basin (USCB), Lower Silesia Coal Basin (fully abandoned at present) Lublin Coal Basin (only one active mine).

Upper Silesian Coal Basin is expected to be a promising site for CMM recovery/utilization. The most gassy mines. The Upper Silesian Coal Basin (USCB) The region of Silesia is situated in southern Poland (figure 1) at the margin of a neotectonic active zone separating the young Alpine mountain system of the Carpathians and their foredeep.

The Silesian Coal Basin, of Carboniferous age, is gently folded and densely cut by younger fault systems. As seen in FigurePoland’s hard coal reserves are located in three fields: the Upper and Lower Silesian Basins, and the Lublin Basin.

The Upper Silesian Basin (USB) is currently the major coal producer, while the Lower Silesian Basin is completely abandoned, and only one mine is operational at the Lublin Basin. Today Wyoming’s coal-bed methane gas play in the Powder River Basin is a bust.

Few of wells drilled during the heyday of the s produce much gas, many sit idle and approximately 3, wells are left orphaned—a liability for the state to clean up. Coalbed methane (CBM or coal-bed methane), coalbed gas, coal seam gas (CSG), or coal-mine methane (CMM) is a form of natural gas extracted from coal beds.

In recent decades it has become an important source of energy in United States, Canada, Australia, and other countries.

The term refers to methane adsorbed into the solid matrix of the coal. It is called 'sweet gas' because of its lack of. Coalbed methane occurrence in relation to geological structure and coal properties in the Ćwiklice- and Dankowice coal deposits (Upper Silesian Coal Basin, Poland); Sławomir Kędzior The Reactivity of Polish Coal Gasified in a Carbon Dioxide Environment; Barbara Bielowicz.

Abstract Coalbed gases in the Upper Silesian Coal Basin (USCB) are highly variable in molecular and stable isotope composition. Geochemical indices and stable isotope ratios for coalbed gases from USCB vary within the following ranges: CH 4 /(C 2 H 6 +C 3 H 8) hydrocarbon index from to more t; CDMI carbon dioxide-methane index {CDMI=[CO 2 /(CO 2 +CH 4)] (%)} from to.

The Upper Silesian Coal Basin may contain as much as billion cubic meters (6 trillion cubic feet) of methane, according to estimates from the Polish Geological Institute.

Up and running by The new venture will drill borehole systems and undertake geophysical surveys and laboratory tests and seek to stimulate the flow of methane into.Residual Gas Content of Coal in the Light of Observations from the Upper Silesian Coal Basin, Poland.

I. Grzybek. Pages Sources & Thermal History; Effect on Quantity, Quality, Retention and Migration of Coalbed Methane coalbed methane recently is becoming more recognized as a potential source of energy; rather than emitting this.Determining the characteristics of the dynamic behavior of carbon dioxide in a rock mass is a stage in the process of assessing a potential CO2 storage reservoir.

The aim of this study was to analyze the process of CO2 storage in saline aquifers of the selected regions of the Upper Silesian Coal Basin in Poland.

The construction of dynamic simulation models was based on static models of real.