TECHNIQUE TO REHEAT CORES IMPROVES ANALYSIS

Patrick W. Bent Meridian Oil Inc. Houston Steven R. Radford Eastman Christensen Salt Lake City Lawrence B. Owen TerraTek Inc. Salt Lake City A temperature-compensated gas measurement technique reheats coalbed methane cores to downhole temperature, thereby allowing more accurate gas measurements. With the cores at bottom hole pressure and temperature, the true volume and nature of gas can be measured to help predict overall coal seam gas reserves with much greater accuracy.

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