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X-ray mineralogy and physical properties of antrim shale samples from Sanilac Co., Michigan

William A Hockings

X-ray mineralogy and physical properties of antrim shale samples from Sanilac Co., Michigan

by William A Hockings

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Published by Dept. of Energy, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Washington], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shale -- Michigan,
  • Mineralogy -- Michigan,
  • X-ray diffractometer

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWilliam A. Hockings, Institute of Mineral Research, Michigan Technological University of Geology and Geological Engineering, Michigan Technological University
    SeriesFE ; 2346-32
    ContributionsRuotsala, Albert P., joint author, Bennett, George Hanneman, joint author, United States. Dept. of Energy, Dow Chemical Company, Michigan Technological University. Institute of Mineral Research, Michigan Technological University. Dept. of Geology and Geological Engineering
    The Physical Object
    Pagination21, A22, B7 p. :
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17963682M

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X-ray mineralogy and physical properties of antrim shale samples from Sanilac Co., Michigan by William A Hockings Download PDF EPUB FB2

@article{osti_, title = {X-ray mineralogy and physical properties of antrim shale samples from Sanilac Co., Michigan}, author = {Hockings, W.A. and Ruotsala, A.P. and Bennett, G.W.}, abstractNote = {This report describes mineralogical determinations and physical properties of core samples from wells, and located on Dow Chemical Company property in Fremont Township, Sanilac Get this from a library.

X-ray mineralogy and physical properties of antrim shale samples from Sanilac Co., Michigan. [William A Hockings; Albert P Ruotsala; George Hanneman Bennett; United States. Department of Energy.; Dow Chemical Company.; Michigan Technological University. Institute of Mineral Research.; Michigan Technological :// Several core samples of fractured Antrim Shale from the western, eastern and southern margin of the Michigan Basin were included in this study (Fig.

1, Appendix). On the western and eastern edge of the basin, calcite cements in fractures have high δ 13 C values, comparable to the first group in the The mineralogy of the Antrim shale is somewhat variable depending upon sample location within the Michigan Basin.

Ruotsala () reported that typical Antrim shale was composed of quartz (50–60%), illite (20–35%), kaolinite (5–10%), with minor amounts of chlorite and pyrite (0–5%). Illite and quartz contents were highest in the deepest Impact of Shale Properties on Pore Structure and Storage Characteristics.

January Antrim shale, Devonian shale and Jurassic shale. Most of the shale samples have a bimodal distribution of The effect of shale composition and fabric upon pore structure and CH 4 sorption is investigated for potential shale gas reservoirs in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin (WCSB).

Devonian–Mississippian (D–M) and Jurassic shales have complex, heterogeneous pore volume distributions as identified by low pressure CO 2 and N 2 sorption, and high pressure Hg :// A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the :// Mineralogy and/or trace element data used include Antrim, Bakken, Barnett, Eagle Ford, Haynesville, Marcellus, New Albany, Utica and Woodford.

Hydraulic fracturing methods are being used to extract fossil fuels in many regions in the United States and are also being considered internationally (Badics and Veto,Bernard et al., Stratigraphic Correlation and Isopach Maps of Punjab Platform in Middle Indus Basin, Pakistan, Naseem Aadil and Ghulam Mohyuddin Sohail, # ().

World Developments in(From AAPG Explorer, January ), # (). Significant Discoveries,(From AAPG Explorer, January ), # ()   Basalt (US: / b ə ˈ s ɔː l t, ˈ b eɪ s ɒ l t /, UK: / ˈ b æ s ɔː l t, ˈ b æ s əl t /) is a mafic extrusive igneous rock formed from the rapid cooling of magnesium-rich and iron-rich lava exposed at or very near the surface of a terrestrial planet or a moon.

More than 90% of all volcanic rock on Earth is basalt. Basalt lava has a low viscosity, due to its low silica content X-ray Diffraction (XRD) analyses were performed using a Siemens D automated powder diffractometer equipped with a copper X-ray source (40 kV, 30 mA) and a scintillation X-ray detector.

The whole rock samples were analyzed over an angular range of 5° to The mineralogy of the samples was identified using a MiniFlex X-ray diffractometer (Rigaku, Tokyo, Japan) instrument. The bulk samples were ground into a fine powder by a ball mill and then filled in a sample holder.

The X-ray tube was set at 40 kV and 15 mA and the sample powder was scanned over the range of 5–85°. Samples of Antrim Shale in Charlevoix and St.

Clair Counties contained from 6 to 36 ppm uranium, and subsurface gamma-ray logs from a number of wells suggest that these uranium contents may be typical of the Antrim Shale across the ://?Dockey= Together, the Devonian Antrim Shale of the Michigan basin and Devonian Ohio Shale of the Appalachian basin accounted for about 84% of the total bcf of shale gas produced in Methane sorption dynamics and hydrocarbon generation of shale samples from West Bokaro and Raniganj basins, India Article in Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering In this study, four shale samples from the Bakken Formation in Williston Basin, North Dakota, were examined by a combination of experimental methods including X-ray diffraction (XRD), Rock-Eval   Shales, the most abundant of sedimentary rocks, are valued as the source-rocks and seals to porous petroleum reservoirs.

Over the past-twenty years, organic-rich shales have also emerged as valuable petroleum systems (reservoir, seal, and source rocks contained in the same formation). As such they have become primary targets for petroleum exploration and exploitation. This Part 1 of a three Organic petrology developed as coal petrology at the beginning of the 20th century dedicated mainly to the study of coals because of their utilization OIL SHALE SYMPOSIUM: SAMPLING, ANALYSIS AND QUALITY ASSURANCE MARCH by Charles Gale (Editor) Charles H.

Prien Center for Oil Shale Studies Denver Research Institute University of Denver Denver, Colorado Grant No. R Project Officer Paul E. Mills Program Operations Office Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory Cincinnati, Ohio INDUSTRIAL ?Dockey= The Upper Devonian Antrim shale is in the Michigan basin.

The first shale gas was produced from Antrim shale in the s, the play was of economic importance till the late s.

The natural gas from Antrim shale is of biogenic origin generated by the action of bacteria on an organic-rich shale ://.

Sanilac County Michigan (1) Tuscola Antrim Shale (14) Kaskaskia Sequence (1) Woodford Shale (1) Phanerozoic (1) Precambrian upper Precambrian Antrim County Michigan (1) Arenac Pebble lithology was 95% sedimentary rocks and 5% igneous and metamorphic rocks. Fragments from selected sandstone, limestone or dolomite, and shale cobbles were ground in an agate mortar and analyzed by x-ray diffraction.

Eighteen individual shale cobbles were analyzed, 16 from the Sand Road Gravel site and two from the Michiana Aggregate ://Stratigraphic cross sections extending from Devonian Antrim shale to Mississippian Sunbury shale in the Michigan Basin: topical report / (Lansing: Michigan Dept.

of Natural Resources, Geological Survey Division, ), by Garland Delos Ells and Michigan. Geological Survey Division (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)