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new petroleum geology technologies

Posted by treonsverdery , 03 May 2012 · 374 views

these are thougts pre presentation all ideas are public domain



petroleum geology ideas


thinking about where organic goop comes from It seems like rain at upper lattitudes causes water courses that then run towards the drier areas. at north america this caused lots of goop deltas along the gulf coast. This theory would predict a fairly narrow area of less than a tenth the continental area to look for hydrocarbons, which suggests predictive value. so does it work at other continents. do patagonian rivers flowing towards the planets middle create deltas of goop, where petrochemicals might be found More meaningfully all the undersea riverbeds from when they were above water may have a direction of travel, thus suggesting a narrow area of delta goops that are now undersea petroleum resources this is an approach to finding oceanic petroleum resources
water passing through material causes chromotographic effect, water stains cause material to visibly migrate then band. I think that at sedimentary materials the gradual migration of water as well as petrochemicals leaves a chromatographic image on the sediment. thus even at test wells along with previously nonproducing wells there may be valuable chomatographicish hydrocarbon traces suggesting Petrochemicals of a particular kind migrated this direction, thus a person making anew well would have a preferred directionality of seeking hydrocarbons, particularly if the cores show multiple chomatographic petrotravels towards a particular direction
I think the drillstring could have hoberman like ridges that keep the sides particularly tidy.
previous ideas
sticky tape on cores makes geodata cassette a mass throughput approach to mineral characterization
hydrocarbon as well as fluid minerals may respond to tides. There are orbital source gravitometric images now. from the satellite perspective an orbiting gravitometer could actually easily detect what would ordinarily be monthly peak or trough tides several times each 24 hours to find where liquid minerals were most mobile as well as most concentrated. a terrestrial petroleum geologist might make two tidelike measurements a month yet an orbiting gravitometer could characterize the entire planets moving fluid resources several times every 24 hours. you could even make two satellites, one always in front of the moon, one opposite, the difference between their data would always be a high contrast gravitometric image of fluid resources. Further as a contrast enhancer, there may be a gravitometric standard object to creater higher quality imaging. It is possible the three gorges hydro project contains a precisely known hydrovolume that may be used as a data reference to improve imaging
situ transformation of hydrocarbons with chlorine from nacl water, grignard reaction, chlorine
I think the first time I thought about this had to do with making liquid fuel with coal use massive amounts of epsom saltys (natural) with chlorine from nacl water to make MgCl then chjange the size of hydrocarbons all you use is minerals near each other (at least where Mgso4 is) or mgso4 which is cheap. so its coal or oil or kerogen, nacl water, electricity from geowarmth, or noting that they have numerous situ patents on warmth transformation of site minerals what those companies think is a value effective chemistry warmer
silly idea stomatolites may have created hyper deep hydrocarbons, notably some petrochemicals are paleozoic, so stromatolites are waaaaaay before that noting that stromatolites were the main form of earth living tissue during an entire 2 billion years n they created an oxygen atmosphere There Must Be a Lot of What They Turned into which is a silly theory, yet it is not even described on the first page with a blog like "so, where is the stromatolite oil, coal or gas then"
one reply would be that mineralized stromatolites suggest that silification rather than hydrocarnon migration occured yet silication takes vastly longer, so if there are deep stromatolites there might actually be hydrocarbons migrated upward of them apparently alabama has stromatolites with dolomite so thats ancient rotting vegetation with high permeability minerals of course thats silly because the dolomite is actually more organisms layered on the stromatolites when they were near the surface, so that particular area would have had the stromatolite products long outgassed
divided pipe hvac software at buildings HVAC software says it saves 20 pt or more energy, yet what it does is just balace pump ait volume with zonal temperature as well as specified cfm rates. so if there were a well with like high pressure gas above a liquid hydrocarbon, the liquid hydrocarbon might use 20 pt less pumping energy, if the divided pipe kept it away from the gas pressure area, or its possible thatsometimes say gas is worth 1 while oil is worth one. a few months later oil is woth 1.3 while gas is worth .8 a divided pipe hvac like software could adjust to bring the higher fiscal value product per hour to the transport system at the top of the well so well HVAC could be a nimble financial strategy as well as a mere efficiency effect.
stacking proppants
paint on glass oil on a mineral is a little like paint on glass, is there some chemical or object that will ted to nestle between them, then permit the oil to move. when you think about paint peeling, the paint gets slightly curved while it rigidifies, the curve as well as reduced stickiness causes detachment then it moves away from gravity. so is there a way like cool water, with an ionic fluid, that might make petrogoo detach, firm up, then peel off. follow that with warm geofluid to remelt then move the liquid hydrocarbon. (possibly detergents have come between mineral surface n hydrocarbon as well) also detegents go between mineral n oil possibly carboates are hydrophilic while oil is lipophilic, the detergent goes between them. It may also be possible to find a way to get dissolved gas, nitrogen or possibly argon, to go from eentsy compressed at fracing pressures to bubble sized between oil n mineral.
dissolved gas nucleation sites between oil n mineral
a new detergent that films on one mineral while beads up another, thus drawing fluid together
halogenated fracing detegents (fracing already uses detergents, are they halogenated yet
like that MIT person that light a few hundred watt light a few hundred meters away with resonance coupled nduction power a microdigging robot to sample a wider area at any movement direction also if the energy is sufficient have the microdigger robot go to mineralized water areas then electrolize to make hydrogen oxygen gas this has well pressurization benefit it may also combine with gas to detonate causing microfractures that cause greater hardocarbon permeability with higher yield
use resonance coupled nduction to power capacitors which then hyperenergize a one use electromagnetic coil like at the coin squisher magnets that vaporize the coil. the purpose is to create a very high power brief electromagnetic mapping pulse that travels two or three orders of magnitude further through minerals to do mapping. the two or three orders of magnitude is compared to the em metal detector coil I saw at the petroleum museum image online. a vaporizing coil mapper could see at much greater depth through minerals as the em amplitude is vastly larger.
little standing waves (like same as it ever was video) at a sedimentary mineral or sponge that also has a high amplitude gradual wave may vibrate fluids towards larger gap areas making them more transportable with the big wave or pressure fronts passing. kind like vibrate the fluid to the most traversable sponge chambers then gradually press the sponge.
situ hydraulic velocitization with area if you view a stream, then put a fabric at part of it, the fabric will accumulate gunk, as a result the remaining area of the stream will move faster, thuis it is possible to use area specific gunking up to create higher velocity. Thus it may be that putting reversible antiproppants at a frac actually creates higher gas travel velocity, which makes the rest of the well pumpless or cheaper.
foraging theory math foraging theory sometimes compares a person walking along looking with a glance to find a treat once every few meters with another person that walks a hundred meters between areas, then at each widely spaced area makes a bunch of micro trips.
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I think that if you look at producing wells you can make a foraging theory math graph that overlays producing wells, then you use a correlative computer program to suggest places to make wells based on far enough away to be sipping different resource pools, foraging success graph extrapolations, The groovy thing, is that if you develop thid model without looking at the underlaying geology, then it predicts adequate new well places at new (yet verified production area data sets) areas at a particular financial rate of success (better than breakeven) then you have a mechanism that successfully puts wells at places not predicted with geology, which When Geologically Characterized Describe New Productive Geologies(!) so its math wildcattng that teaches what new oil finding geology looks like, which can then be used the usual way to find oil based on geology maps English version: theres an oil or gas well at Pa as well as LA, so we make a well between them, because we specified better than breakeven at our foraging theory location data, we get an arkansas well, about three of those gives a producing well, which also teaches us about a completely unexpected geostructure that has petroresources.
nitogen trichloride explosive fracing mousse from ait as well as naCl water electrolysis I think that an oil water blend known as a mousse could contain nonreactive nitrogentrichloride where the nitrogen trichloride is made on site from nacl water as well as atmospheric nitrogen which I read is actually made now with membrane systems. nonexplosive as a solution nitrogen trichloride or tribromide is made to be an oil water mousse, then pumped at frac sites. the mousse decombobulates (separates) after a few minutes or hours causing autodetonation nitrogentriiodide is stable at solution, then when it dries on paper it explodes, so its possible when an oil water mousse separates the nitrogen trichloride is less dislloved thus explodes.
ammonia with hydrogen peroxide from air water electrolysis creates hairbleach chemical that surfactants as well as widens permeability at fracs
thats like 20 petroleum geology ideas to go on the next video which would be better with more anime girls

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