Carbon Storage TRS
2005 GOM JIP - LEG I Core Recovery Log offers information on the cores recovered during this expedition and is the official recovery log from the field phase of that cruise. The primary objective of the Gulf of Mexico Hydrates Joint Industry Project (JIP) was to develop technology and data to assist in the characterization of naturally occurring gas hydrates in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico. Other objectives of this project were to better understand...
Processed Gladwin Tensor Strainmeter, eddy current vertical strain and tilt, optical fiber areal strainmeter, and well pressure and injection rate data from the well 9A injection on November 28 thru December 1, 2017, at the North Avant Field, OK
Soil-Gas monitoring data collected at the P-site and DAS study locations during SECARB project at Cranfield oil site in Mississippi. Data was used to study influence of gravel pad, pit, plants, and plugged and abandoned (P&A) oil well on near-surface soil-gas compositions. Associated Publications: Anderson, J. S., Romanak, K. D., Yang, C., Lu, J., Hovorka, S. D., and Young, M. H., 2017, Gas source attribution techniques for assessing leakage at geologic CO2 storage sites: Evaluating...
SIMPA (Spatially Integrated Multivariate Probabilistic Assessment) is a Python-based fuzzy logic tool designed to help assess the likelihood of fluid and/or gas migration pathways throughout the subsurface. The SIMPA tool helps users develop and apply fuzzy logic to various datasets to construct knowledge-based inferential rules that reduce uncertainty and results in a visual representation depicting the likelihood of potential fluid and/or gas migration pathways. SIMPA results can offers an understanding of the magnitude and extent...
Picture and video records of SECARB field trips, DAS site, DAS instrumentation, and casing installations.
Thin sections, sedimentary graphic logs, and XRD results from CFU31-F2 and CFU31-F3 wells. Data collected as part of geologic characterization phase of SECARB project at the Cranfield oilfield in southwest Mississippi. Thin sections for CFU29-12 well also included. Associated Publications: Kordi, M., 2013, Characterization and prediction of reservoir quality in chlorite-coated sandstones: evidence from the Late Cretaceous Lower Tuscaloosa Formation at Cranfield Field, Mississippi, U.S.A., The University of Texas at Austin, Ph.D. dissertation, 193 p.
Surrogate Modeling Approach to Uncertainty Quantification for a DEM Model of a Rotating Cubic TumblerWilliam Fullmer, Steven Dahl & Justin Weber
Computed Tomography Scanning and Geophysical Measurements of the Marcellus Formation from the Dunham Pad A 4H WellDustin Crandall, Sarah Brown, Johnathan Moore, Keithan Martin, Paige Mackey, Andrew Waggener & Tim Carr
Computed Tomography Scanning and Geophysical Measurements of the Salina Formation from the #36 Brine WellPaige Mackey, Thomas Paronish, Sarah Brown, Dustin Crandall, Phillip Dinterman, Jessica Moore & Johnathan Moore
Computed Tomography Scanning and Geophysical Measurements of the Rogersville Shale from the Smith #1 WellPaige Mackey, Thomas Paronish, Sarah Brown, Johnathan Moore, Dustin Crandall, Phillip Dinterman & Jessica Moore
Core photos and analysis collected from Cranfield oilfield in southwest Mississippi as part of SECARB project. Cores are from CFU31F-1, CFU31F-2, and CFU31F-3 wells in the Detailed Area of Study. Data includes permeability and porosity measurements and gamma ray scans. Associated Publications: Kordi, M., 2013, Characterization and prediction of reservoir quality in chlorite-coated sandstones: evidence from the Late Cretaceous Lower Tuscaloosa Formation at Cranfield Field, Mississippi, U.S.A., The University of Texas at Austin, Ph.D. dissertation,...
This is the microstructural data used in the publication "Mesoscale characterization of local property distributions in hetergeneous electrodes" by Tim Hsu, William K. Epting, Rubayyat Mahbub, et al., published in the Journal of Power Sources in 2018 (DOI 10.1016/j.jpowsour.2018.03.025). Included are a commercial cathode and anode active layer (Materials and Systems Research, Inc., Salt Lake City, UT) imaged by Xe plasma FIB-SEM (FEI, Hillsboro, OR), and four synthetic microstructures of varying particle size distribution widths...
This data archive is three vertical seismic profile (VSP) data sets recorded in 2007 and 2008 using microhole technology to monitor a CO2 EOR flood in a Wickett, TX oil field (known as North Ward/Estes field). Five microhole wells with permanent vertical component geophone sensors were used for monitoring.
An ArcGIS Online Story Map that reviews the geothermal potential exploration and modeling of Newberry Volcano. The Story Map focuses on the subsurface model built by an NETL team for the DOE 4D EGS Geothermal Monitoring project.
The REE and Coal Open Database is an online collection of subsurface contextual data from publicly available geological, geochemical, and geospatial resources. These data align to and support execution of NETL’s REE coal assessment method. The database includes basin- and national-level spatial datasets, in addition to other non-spatial data that support the assessment approach. Data in this collection are sourced from a range of authoritative, public sources, including NETL, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), Energy Information...
Airborne survey data collected as part of the SECARB project from Cranfield oil site in Franklin, Mississippi. Data includes residual magnetic intensity, calculated vertical magnetic gradient, differential conductivity depth slices, and digital videos of survey flights.
Monthly and quarterly technical progress reports, daily summaries of field activities, and overall progress of SECARB project from the Gulf Coast Carbon Center. Some folders may contain drafts of reports that were later revised before submission.
Overview of story map entitled "Evaluating the Mysteries of Seismicity in Oklahoma"
Distributed Temperature Sensing data files collected during the SECARB project from Detailed Area of Study wells (CFU F-1, F-2, F-3) at Cranfield oil site in Mississippi. Associated Publications: Nuñez-López, V., Muñoz-Torres, J., and Zeidouni, M., 2014, Temperature monitoring using distributed temperature sensing (DTS) technology: Energy Procedia, v. 63, p. 3984–3991, doi:10.1016/j.egypro.2014.11.428.
Online web mapping tool for visualization and simple analysis of Earth-energy data files from public and DOE related sources. Geocube allows users to upload and visualize their own datasets but also comes preloaded with individual spatial datasets as well as spatial data collections that align to topical themes.
Zipped file includes 6 raster files that were created as an input to the SIMPA (Spatially Weighted Multivariate Probabilistic Assessment) tool to represent geologic structural complexity. Also included is an excel spreadsheet listing data sources and a folder containing thumbnail images of each raster.
This submission offers a link to a web mapping application hosted instance of the Global Oil & Gas Features Database (GOGI), via EDX’s Geocube tool. This offers users with the ability to visualize, interact, and create maps with data of their choice, as well as download specific attributes or fields of view from the database. This data can also be downloaded as a File Geodatabse from EDX at https://edx.netl.doe.gov/dataset/global-oil-gas-features-database. Access the technical report describing how...