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TITLE:
SECA 10th Annual Workshop
PLACE:
Pittsburgh, PA
INFO:
Workshop proceedings including presentations for plenary session, Industry Teams, and Core Technology Program participants and posters with abstracts.
DATE:
July 14-16, 2009
 
TITLE:
Major Oil Plays in Utah and Vicinity (DOE/NETL-2009/1363)
INFO:
A portfolio of oil plays in Utah, as well as neighboring Colorado and Wyoming, compiled by the Utah Geologic Survey with funding from NETL.  The portfolio contains comprehensive maps that provide data useful to organizations involved in petroleum exploration and production. The data includes geologic settings, outcrop analogs, land-use issues, and best-development practices for each oil-producing area within the three states.
FORMAT:
CD
DATE:
May 2009
 
TITLE:
Advanced Diagnostics and Imaging Systems (ADIS); and Drilling Completion Stimulation (DCS) Project Archive, Version 1.0, DOE/NETL-2008/1333 - DVD
INFO:
A DVD Archive of research by the Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory and DOE’s National Institute for Petroleum Energy Research that focuses on seismic and advanced imaging technologies for oil and gas exploration; and application of improved technologies for drilling, well completion and well stimulation to increase ultimate recovery of oil and gas. Reducing the footprint of exploration and production represents a significant goal of new technologies.
FORMAT:
DVD
DATE:
September 2008
 
TITLE:
Carbon Dioxide Flooding Project Archive - Results from the 1960's to 2008, a DVD, Version 1.0, DOE/NETL-2008/1328, - DVD
INFO:
A DVD Archive that captures the broad range of CO2 research conducted by  the Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory and DOE’s National Institute for Petroleum Energy Research including; field demonstration, laboratory studies of mobility and conformance, simulation, and predictive modeling.
FORMAT:
DVD
DATE:
September 2008
 
TITLE:
Environmental Program Archive, - Program Results from 1991 to 2008, Version 1.0, DOE/NETL-2008/1327, - DVD
INFO:

A DVD Archive of research conducted by the Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory and other National Laboratories that focuses on promoting oil and gas development while maintaining environmental protection of the nation’s land and vital resources. Significant research was conducted to assist Federal regulatory agencies in determining regulations that protected the environment and avoided unnecessary costs to oil and gas producers, including streamlining permitting requirements.

FORMAT:
DVD
DATE:
September 2008
 
TITLE:
SECA 9th Annual Workshop
PLACE:
Pittsburgh, PA
INFO:
Workshop proceedings including presentations for plenary session, Industry Teams, and Core Technology Program participants and posters.
DATE:
August 5-7, 2008
 
TITLE:
Oil Program Enhanced Oil Recovery Archive: Program Results from the Mid 70s to 2007
INFO:
A DVD archive of nearly three decades of research from the Department of Energy's National Energy Technology Laboratory (DOE/NETL) is now available. The archive includes more than 800 documents and includes a comprehensive summary of DOE/NETL Enhanced Oil Recovery research.
FORMAT:
DVD
DATE:
May 2008
 
TITLE:
Reservoir Depositional Classification CLASS Program 1992-2008: Collection of Historical Documents
INFO:
A DVD archive that focuses on the results of the Reservoir Class Field Demonstration program, which was initiated in 1992 in response to rapidly declining domestic production of oil and the realization that huge volumes of oil were in danger of being abandoned.
FORMAT:
DVD
DATE:
May 2008
 
TITLE:

SECA 8th Annual Workshop

PLACE:

San Antonio, TX

INFO:

Workshop proceedings including agenda and presentations for plenary session, Industry Teams, and Core Technology Program participants.

DATE:

August 7-9, 2007

 
TITLE:
Cost and Performance Baseline for Fossil Energy Plants - Vol. 1
INFO:
The studies establish up-to-date estimates for the cost and performance of combustion and gasification based power plants as well as options for co-generating synthetic natural gas and fuels, all with and without carbon dioxide capture and storage.  Several ranks of coal are being assessed in process configurations that are based on technology that could be constructed today such that the plant could be operational in the 2010 - 2015 timeframe. Available for download.
DATE:
May 2007
TITLE:
Archive of Unconventional Gas Resources Program
INFO:
A DVD archive of nearly two decades of pioneering research from the Department of Energy's National Energy Technology Laboratory (DOE/NETL) is now available. The archive includes nearly 1,500 valuable documents on 2 DVDs. The first DVD contains reports and logs related to the Eastern Gas Shales Program (1976-1992). A second DVD combines program information related to Western Gas Sands (1977-1992), Methane Recovery from Coalbeds (1978-1982), Methane Hydrates Program (1982-1992), Deep Source Gas Project (1982-1992), and Secondary Gas Recovery (1987-1995). Both include a comprehensive summary of the Unconventional Gas Resources Program and an extensive bibliography dedicated to each of these programs. This data was originally published as a 12 CD set but is now conveniently offered on a 2 DVD set.
FORMAT:
DVD
DATE:
May 2007
TITLE:
SECA 7th Annual Workshop and Peer Review
PLACE:
Philadelphia, PA
INFO:
Workshop proceedings including agenda, presentations, and posters. Peer review executive summary including SECA program overview, FY 2006 key program accomplishments, and a summary of the peer review results.
DATE:

September 12-14, 2006

TITLE:
Oil and Gas Industry Software
INFO:
This CD contains analytical models, numerical simulators, databases, and documentation. For most of the software packages the source code, executable, and sample data is included.
DATE:
August 2006
 
TITLE:
A Geologic Play Book for Trenton Black River Appalachian Basin Exploration
PLACE:
Morgantown, WV
INFO:
This CD contains the final report for NETL project DE-FC26-03NT41856 - This project developed an integrated resource assessment model of the Trenton-Black River reservoirs in New York, Ohio and West Virginia. This effort will increase development of the gas resources from the Trenton-Black River reservoirs and facilitate increased exploration and higher success rates in this emerging play. 
DATE:
July 1, 2006
TITLE:
DOE Funded Improved Oil Recovery Projects
INFO:
Presented at the 15th SPE/DOE IOR Symposium.
DATE:
April 22-26, 2006
 
TITLE:
Final Project Report - Identifying and Remediating High Water Production Problems in Basin Centered Formations
INFO:
Oil and gas exploration and development are progressive processes that are hugely dependent on historical data and experience for successful results. Data pertaining to the chemical and electrical properties of intra-formational waters is also crucial but has been difficult to effectively access. This is no longer the case as a primary output of this project is a robust database amassing thousands of formation water analyses. The digital database, included on this CD, provides data with dynamic value for operators to increase gas production from key Rocky Mountain basins, without significant additional overhead. Along with electric logs, core, and seismic, the database becomes yet another valuable tool for maximizing production. Also provided on this CD is a GIS-based digital atlas showing the distribution of the data.
DATE:
December 2005
TITLE:
SECA 6th Annual Workshop and Core Technology Peer Review Workshop
PLACE:
Pittsburgh, PA
INFO:
Conference proceedings from the January 27-28, 2005 SECA Core Technology Peer Review Workshop and the April 18-21, 2005 6th Annual SECA Workshop.
DATE:
November 2005
TITLE:
Symposium on Cooling Water Intake Technologies to Protect Aquatic Organisms
PLACE:
Morgantown, WV
INFO:
The Symposium on Cooling Water Intake Technologies to Protect Aquatic Organisms brought together professionals from federal, state, and tribal regulatory agencies; industry; environmental organizations; engineering consulting firms; science and research organizations; academia; and other organizations concerned with mitigating harm to the aquatic environment by cooling water intake structures.  The efficacy and costs of various technologies to mitigate impacts on aquatic organisms from cooling water intake structures, as well as research and other future needs, were discussed.  The Symposium was cosponsored by the U.S. EPA’s Office of Water and Office of Research and Development, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Department of Energy, and Electric Power Research Institute and in cooperation with Riverkeeper, Inc., Utility Water Act Group and Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission and was held May 6-7, 2003 in Arlington, Virginia.  This document presents the proceedings of the Symposium.  It includes, where available, technical papers, copies of the slides used by presenters, a transcription of questions and answers raised during the symposium, as well as other information presented at the symposium.
DATE:
June 2005
TITLE:
Heavy Oil Publications - Selected Reports from Heavy Oil Projects
PLACE:
Tulsa, OK
INFO:
This CD contains selected DOE reports and analysis on resource and recovery technologies for U.S. heavy oil. They cover DOE-funded heavy oil R&D involving laboratory work, numerical simulator development, and various thermal and non-thermal field tests of heavy oil recovery processes. Included are an Excel spreadsheet of more than 500 of the largest heavy oil reservoirs (a subset of 1,025 analyzed) and publications on heavy oil resources in selected basins.
DATE:
June 2005
TITLE:
Stratigraphic Framework, Structure, and Thermal Maturity of Cretaceous and Lower Tertiary Rocks In Relation to Hydrocarbon Petential. Crazy Mountains Basin, Montana
PLACE:
Pittsburgh, PA
INFO:
This report is part of a series of studies by the U.S. Geological Survey, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy National Energy Technology Laboratory to identify and evaluate "unconventional" basin-centered gas accumulations found in the deep areas of many Rocky Mountain basins.
DATE:
June 2005
TITLE:
Rome Trough Consortium
PLACE:
Pittsburgh, PA
INFO:
This CD contains data from a multi-year study of the pre-Knox stratigraphic interval in the Rome Trough, a graben that contains a thickened section of the Rome and Conasauga Formations.

The Rome Trough Consortium, a partnership consisting of the Department of Energy , three state geological surveys and five Appalachian Basin energy companies, was formed to carry out this study. The Consortium was headed by the Kentucky Geological survey.
DATE:
May 2005
TITLE:
FRACGEN™ and NFFLOW™ Fracture-Description and Reservoir Engineering Codes for Highly Fractured Reservoirs (Release Z).
PLACE:
Pittsburgh, PA
INFO:
FRACGEN™ is a computer program that generates a stochastic network of lines that represent patterns of fractures found within petroleum reservoirs and aquifers. Although the realizations of fractured layers are inherently two-dimensional, the layers can be stacked to represent multi-layer reservoirs. NFFLOW™ (Release Z) is a FORTRAN code for simulating the flow of dry gas through tight (< 1 md matrix permeability) highly fractured reservoirs. This version of NFFLOW™ is for single layer reservoirs and cannot accommodate multi-layer fracture networks. A version for multi-layer reservoirs is currently in development. NFFLOW™ is designed to work with the fracture network files from FRACGEN™, but it can be used with any fracture network description that has the proper format, regardless of the source. 
DATE:
May 2005
TITLE:
Technical Report to the National Energy Technology Lab, Interagency Agreement, 
Task DE-AT26-97FT34343, September 8, 1997-April 30, 2005
PLACE:
U.S Geological Survey, 384 Woods Hole Rd., Woods Hole, MA 02453
INFO:
This DVD final technical report contains a detail summary of Lab and Field work, including lab data and cruise reports associated with Gas Hydrates Research conducted by the USGS for DOE/NETL in the above interagency task agreement.
FORMAT:
DVD
DATE:
April 30, 2005
TITLE:
Conferences on Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) and Selective Non-Catalytic Reduction (SNCR) for NOx Control, 1997 - 2003
PLACE:
Pittsburgh, PA
INFO:
A compilation of summaries and presentation materials for papers delivered at the first seven conferences on SCR and SNCR for NOx Control. Includes separate indices that allow searches by topic, author name, or conference year.
DATE:
March 2005
TITLE:
Fuel Cell Handbook, Seventh Edition
INFO:
First published in 1998, the Fuel Cell Handbook is the premier fuel cell publication for industry and academia partners interested in the technology, and provides a simple look at fuel cell technology and how it fits into power production.  Highlights of the seventh edition includes a discussion on the Department of Energy's Solid State Energy Conversion Alliance Program (SECA) activities -- a program designed to develop low cost modular fuel cells for commercial, residential, and transportation applications.
DATE:
November 2004
TITLE:
Natural Gas Resources of the Uinta Basin, Utah, and the Deep Anadarko Basin, Oklahoma and Texas
INFO:
NETL's Phase II Data CD -- Follow-up CD to the Phase I release of the Greater Green River and Wind River Basins Assessments.  This CD contains data for recently completed natural gas resource assessments of the Uinta and Deep Anadarko Basins.  Contents include detailed maps, cross-sections, histograms, as well as poster presentations of these results presented at recent national and regional conferences.  The final report for the Phase II basins will be released at a later date.
DATE:
August 2004
TITLE:
SECA Annual Workshop and Core Technology Program Peer Review
PLACE:
Boston, MA
DATE:
May 11-13, 2004
TITLE:
Eight Years of Conferences on Unburned Carbon on Utility Fly Ash, 1995 - 2002
PLACE:
Pittsburgh, PA
INFO:
Paper summaries from the last eight conferences on unburned carbon on utility fly ash are compiled. There are numerous indices that allow searches by topic, author name, or conference year. There is also a summary paper that provides an overview of the various topics.
DATE:
October 2003
TITLE:
3rd Annual DOE/U.N. Hybrid Conference and Workshop
PLACE:
Newport Beach, CA
DATE:
May 13-15, 2003
TITLE:
Fourth Annual Solid State Energy Conversion Alliance (SECA) Workshop
PLACE:
Seattle, WA
DATE:
April 15-16, 2003
TITLE:
Natural Gas Resources of the Greater Green River and Wind River Basins of Wyoming
INFO:
NETL's Phase I Final Report - In addition to detailed descriptions of project methodology and results, the CD contains numerous detailed maps and cross-sections that depict the regional geology of key gas-bearing formations.  Follow the links above to learn more about the project’s background, methodology, and findings, or to learn the status of ongoing Phase II work in the Uinta Basin of Utah and the Anadarko Basin of Oklahoma and Texas. 
DATE:
February 2003
TITLE:
Natural Gas Infrastructure Reliability Forums
DATE:
September 2002
TITLE:
Distributed Generation Primer
INFO:
This CD provides the background for decision makers to evaluate the options, market conditions, drivers and issues related to successful use of distribution generation.
DATE:
May 2002
TITLE:
Greater Green River Basin Production Improvement Project
INFO:
This CD contains the results of the Greater Green River Basin Production Improvement Project. The purpose of this project was to reduce the technical risks and the economic uncertainty of industry development of the region’s low-permeability (tight) gas resource.
DATE:
2002
TITLE:
Proceedings of the Methane Hydrates Interagency R&D Conference
INFO:
The purpose of this conference, held last March, was to present the results of and future plans for methane hydrate research by each of the agencies. Participating agencies include: DOE Office of Fossil Energy, NETL, Naval Research Laboratory, Minerals Management Service, U. S. Geological Survey, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and National Science Foundation.
DATE:
March 2002
TITLE:
Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Coal Science — Exploring the Horizons of Coal
INFO:
San Francisco, CA
DATE:
September 30 - October 5, 2001
TITLE:
Sound Coiled-Tubing Drilling Practices
INFO:
This CD serves as a manual for coiled-tubing drilling engineers and supervisors. It provides the tools needed to plan, design and perform safe, successful coiled-tubing drilling operations.
DATE:
September 2001
TITLE:
Proceedings from the Solid State Energy Conversion Alliance Core Technology Program Workshop
PLACE:
Atlanta, GA
DATE:
February 14-15, 2001
TITLE:
Deep Trek Workshop Proceedings
INFO:
The proceedings on this CD include presentations made during the workshop; the breakout session results for the advanced smart drilling systems, drilling and completion fluids, completion-based well design, and drilling diagnostics and sensor systems; and a list of workshop participants. In total, there were over 95 participants from more than 50 organizations.
DATE:
March 20-21, 2001
TITLE:
First National Conference on Carbon Sequestration
PLACE:
Washington, DC
DATE:
May 14-17, 2001
TITLE:
Final Report - New and Novel Fracture Stimulation Technologies 
for the Revitalization of Existing Gas Storage Wells
DATE:
2000
TITLE:
Proceedings of the Gulf of Mexico Hydrates R&D Planning Workshop
PLACE:
Houston, Texas
DATE:
August 9-10, 2000 
TITLE:
Russian Drilling Technology Studies (DOE/NETL-2000/1121)
Three final reports that summarize advanced drilling research and development performed in Russia during the 20th century:
  • Implement Russian Aluminum Drill Pipe and Retractable Drilling Bits Into the USA, Volume I: Development of the Aluminum Drill Pipe in Russia; and Volume II: Development of Retractable Drill Bits in Russia
  • Former-USSR R&D on Novel Drilling Techniques
  • Former-USSR R&D on Advanced Downhole Drilling Motors
DATE:
2000
TITLE:
Advanced Gas Storage Concepts: Technologies for the Future
INFO:
The final reports for four studies are included on this CD-ROM:
  1. Refrigerated-Mined Cavern Storage,
  2. Commercial Potential of Natural Gas Storage in Lined Rock Caverns,
  3. Advanced Design Criterion to Improve the Working Gas Capacity of Natural Gas Storage Caverns in Salt Deposits, and
  4. Natural Gas Hydrates Storage
DATE:
February 1, 2000
TITLE:
Proceedings of the 1999 Advanced Turbine Systems Annual Program Review Meeting
PLACE:
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
DATE:
November 8-10, 1999
TITLE:
Proceedings of the 1999 Review Conference on Fuel Cell Technology
PLACE:
Chicago, IL
DATE:
August 3-5, 1999
TITLE:
Proceedings of the 1999 Oil and Gas Conference
PLACE:
Dallas, TX
DATE:
June 28-30, 1999
TITLE:
Proceedings of the Advanced Coal-Based Power and Environmental Systems '98 Conference
PLACE:
Morgantown, WV
DATE:
July 21-23, 1998
TITLE:
GASIS - Gas Information System: A National Database Of Geological, Engineering, Production And Ultimate Recovery Data For U.S. Oil And Natural Gas Reservoirs
DATE:
June 1999
TITLE:
Detection and Analysis of Naturally Fractured Gas Reservoirs
DATE:
1998
TITLE:
Proceedings of the 1997 Conference on Industry Partnership to Deploy Environmental Technology
PLACE:
Morgantown, WV
DATE:
October 21 - 23, 1997
TITLE:
Proceedings of the 1997 Coal Liquefaction & Solids Fuels Contractors Review Conference
PLACE:
Pittsburgh, PA
DATE:
September 3 - 4, 1997
TITLE:
ENCOAL Mild Coal Gasification Project
PLACE:
Powder River Basin, WY
DATE:
September 1997
TITLE:
Advanced Coal-Based Power and Environmental Systems '97 Conference
PLACE:
Pittsburgh, PA
DATE:
July 22-24, 1997
TITLE:
Proceedings of the Advanced Coal Fired Power Systems Review Meeting
PLACE:
Morgantown, WV
DATE:
July 16-18, 1996
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