2 edition of Land utilization issues for development of Piceance Basin oil shale found in the catalog.
Land utilization issues for development of Piceance Basin oil shale
D. S. Rubenson
|Statement||David S. Rubenson, Richard Y. Pei.|
|Series||Rand note -- N-1928-DOE|
|Contributions||Pei, R. Y.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 41 p. :|
|Number of Pages||41|
RIFLE, Colo. – The Shell Oil Company has produced 1, barrels of oil from its experimental oil shale project in the Piceance Basin, a company representative reported at the Northwest Oil and Gas Forum in Rifle on Thursday. The model focuses on oil shale production in the Piceance Basin in Colorado, but is inherently designed to be extendable to larger regions, levels of production, and different unconventional fuels. Due to the rising prices of conventional fuel, unconventional fossil fuels such as oil shale, tar sands, and coal to liquid have gained attention as.
shale oil, and 45 million barrels of liquefied natural gas in Colorado’s Piceance Basin, now the second-largest known shale reserve in the country. n Access to much of these resourc - es is managed by the Forest Ser - vice and Bureau of Land Manage - ment, which have adopted the misguided notion that “keeping it in the ground” is the best. June 8, , This is the second-largest assessment of potential shale & tight gas resources that the USGS has ever conducted. Note: in early , a Mancos Shale study by the Colorado Mesa University stratigraphically calibrated the Upper Mancos, Prairie Canyon, Niobrara and .
Description: For years, energy companies have attempted to unlock the large, domestic oil shale resources of northwestern Colorado’s Piceance Basin. For more than a quarter of a century, Shell conducted laboratory and field research on its In Situ (in-ground) Conversion Process to recover kerogen from oily rock formations. Schlumberger is acquiring about acres of land near De Beque that will serve as a major hub for the world’s largest oil-field-services company.
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Land utilization issues for development of Piceance Basin oil shale. Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corp., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: D S Rubenson; R Y Pei; Rand Corporation. Land Utilization Issues for Development of Piceance Basin Oil Shale.
by David Rubenson This Note examines the effects of federal leasing policies on the costs and lead times required to extract Piceance Basin oil shale from surface mines.
The final section reviews these results and suggests land utilization strategies that may mitigate Author: David Rubenson, Richard Y. Pei. Oil shale in the Piceance Basin: an analysis of land use issues Book Rubenson, D ; Pei, R The Rand Corp.
has developed an analytic methodology that explains the effects of federal leasing policies on the resource recovery, extraction costs, and development times associated with oil shale surface mines.
Get this from a library. Oil shale in the Piceance Basin: an analysis of land use issues. [David Rubenson; R Y Pei; Rand Corporation.]. Many institutional, environmental, and technical issues will affect development of the U.S. oil shale resource. This report addresses the issue of federal land use policies and their effect on (1) the amount of shale that can be recovered, (2) the recovery costs, Cited by: 3.
sources is the oil shale located in Colorado's Piceance Basin. Oil shale is a solid organic material that can be converted to a liquid by heat-ing. The square mile Piceance Basin contains enough oil shale to support a multi-million barrel-per-day (bpd) industry for centuries.
The Piceance Basin consists of both federal and private holdings. The Promise and Peril of Oil Shale Development (February 5) SLIDES: The Logistics and Energy Needs of Oil There are number of issues to be addressed for oil shale development in Colorado’s Piceance Basin. 5 In-situ processing is being pursued in Colorado’s Piceance Basin.
of nahcolite (sodium bicarbonate) in the oil shale deposits of the Parachute Creek Member of the Eocene Green River Formation in the Piceance Basin, northwestern Colorado. More than 69 percent, or billion short tons, of the estimated nahcolite resource is. found in the R–4, L–5, and R–5 oil shale zones.
° 30' °00' 40°00' Caerus Oil and Gas plans to spend about $ million this year drilling and completing natural gas wells in western Colorado's Piceance Basin. The Piceance Basin is the smallest of the three principal basins of the Green River Formation in terms of area covered and contains the highest concentration of high-grade oil shale (capable of generating at least 25 gallons of oil per ton of rock), with approximately billion barrels of in-place oil resource.
The oil and natural gas resources in Region 8 are distinct from other reserves located in the United States. Rich in unconventional natural gas reserves, production in Region 8 is increasingly focused on tight gas sands in Colorado and Wyoming (e.g., Washakie Basin); large oil shale reserves in western Colorado, northeastern Utah, and southwestern.
The story illustrates two points: The largest and richest oil shale deposits in the world are buried in the Piceance Basin. But energy companies face a variety of challenges in their efforts to extract that resource on a commercial scale, said Vawter, executive director of the National Oil Shale.
The county’s Land Use Code § (F) defines oil and gas development as an industrial use and requires an access fee. Mesa County. Mesa County lies on the Western border of Colorado and overlies the Piceance Basin, a major gas bearing formation.
Five municipalities sit within its boundaries, including the city of Grand Junction and the town. GLENWOOD SPRINGS – In an historic step, the Bureau of Land Management offered its oil shale-rich lands in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming for lease for research are acres, in accordance with the federal government’s aim to promote research and design projects by private companies, which the Bureau of Land Management hopes will come up with an economically viable.
and X-ray diffraction analyses on the Green River oil shale deposits in Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming held by the U.S. Geological Survey. Because of an increased interest in oil shale, this CD–ROM containing Fischer assay data and oil-yield histograms for the Piceance Basin oil shale deposits in northwestern Colorado is being released to the.
Policy Issues for Oil Shale Development2 Before the Committee on Natural Resources Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources United States House of Representatives Ap Chairman and distinguished Members: Thank you for inviting me to speak on the development of our nation’s oil shale.
2 James T. Bartis, Rom LaTourrette, Lloyd Dixon, et al., Oil Shale Development in the United States: Prospects and Policy Issues (Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, ), ; BLM, “About Oil Shale, “Oil Shale and Tar Sands Leasing Programmatic EIS Information Center; US Energy Information Administration, “Petroleum Basic Statistics.
Oil shale is actually the rock marlstone which contains kerogen, a precursor to oil. The kerogen must be heated to more than degrees to convert it into oil because it was never buried deeply enough for nature to convert the kerogen to oil. People have been trying to economically produce oil from this rock for more than a century.
Indeed. U.S. Geological Survey, “Assessment of Continuous (Unconventional) Oil and Gas Resources in the Late Cretaceous Mancos Shale of the Piceance Basin, Uinta-Piceance Province, Colorado and Utah.
iv Oil Shale Development in the United States: Prospects and Policy Issues • Assessing Natural Gas and Oil Resources: An Example of A New Approach in the Greater Green River Basin, MRWFHF ().
This research was conducted within RAND Infrastructure, Safety, and Envi. more recent ventures that failed either to govt nonaction or general economic problems with oil shale industry included superior oil, multi-mineral co.dawsonite and nahcolite analyses of green river formation oil-shale section, piceance creek basin, colorado: usbm ridevelopment of nahcolite-rich oil shales, in.policy uncertainties that constrain the development of America’s enormous oil shale resource.
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