Chris Clarkson
Chris Clarkson
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Pore structure characterization of North American shale gas reservoirs using USANS/SANS, gas adsorption, and mercury intrusion
CR Clarkson, N Solano, RM Bustin, AMM Bustin, GRL Chalmers, L He, ...
Fuel 103, 606-616, 2013
Geological controls on coalbed methane reservoir capacity and gas content
RM Bustin, CR Clarkson
International Journal of Coal Geology 38 (1-2), 3-26, 1998
The effect of pore structure and gas pressure upon the transport properties of coal: a laboratory and modeling study. 1. Isotherms and pore volume distributions
CR Clarkson, RM Bustin
Fuel 78 (11), 1333-1344, 1999
Binary gas adsorption/desorption isotherms: effect of moisture and coal composition upon carbon dioxide selectivity over methane
CR Clarkson, RM Bustin
International Journal of coal geology 42 (4), 241-271, 2000
The effect of pore structure and gas pressure upon the transport properties of coal: a laboratory and modeling study. 2. Adsorption rate modeling
CR Clarkson, RM Bustin
Fuel 78 (11), 1345-1362, 1999
Characterization of tight gas reservoir pore structure using USANS/SANS and gas adsorption analysis
CR Clarkson, M Freeman, L He, M Agamalian, YB Melnichenko, ...
Fuel 95, 371-385, 2012
Production data analysis of unconventional gas wells: Review of theory and best practices
CR Clarkson
International Journal of Coal Geology 109, 101-146, 2013
Variation in micropore capacity and size distribution with composition in bituminous coal of the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin: implications for coalbed methane potential
CR Clarkson, RM Bustin
Fuel 75 (13), 1483-1498, 1996
Petrophysical and geomechanical characteristics of Canadian tight oil and liquid-rich gas reservoirs
A Ghanizadeh, S Aquino, CR Clarkson, O Haeri-Ardakani, H Sanei
SPE Canada Unconventional Resources Conference?, D031S011R005, 2014
Innovative methods for flow-unit and pore-structure analyses in a tight siltstone and shale gas reservoir
CR Clarkson, JL Jensen, PK Pedersen, M Freeman
AAPG bulletin 96 (2), 355-374, 2012
Gas transport and storage capacity in shale gas reservoirs–A review. Part A: Transport processes
Y Gensterblum, A Ghanizadeh, RJ Cuss, A Amann-Hildenbrand, ...
Journal of Unconventional Oil and Gas Resources 12, 87-122, 2015
Application of the mono/multilayer and adsorption potential theories to coal methane adsorption isotherms at elevated temperature and pressure
CR Clarkson, RM Bustin, JH Levy
Carbon 35 (12), 1689-1705, 1997
Production analysis of tight-gas and shale-gas reservoirs using the dynamic-slippage concept
CR Clarkson, M Nobakht, D Kaviani, T Ertekin
SPE journal 17 (01), 230-242, 2012
Production analysis of Western Canadian unconventional light oil plays
CR Clarkson, PK Pedersen
SPE Canada Unconventional Resources Conference?, SPE-149005-MS, 2011
Production data analysis of CBM wells
CR Clarkson, CL Jordan, RR Gierhart, JP Seidle
SPE Rocky Mountain Petroleum Technology Conference/Low-Permeability …, 2007
Reservoir engineering for unconventional gas reservoirs: what do we have to consider?
CR Clarkson, JL Jensen, TA Blasingame
SPE Unconventional Resources Conference/Gas Technology Symposium, SPE-145080-MS, 2011
Modeling two-phase flowback of multifractured horizontal wells completed in shale
CR Clarkson, JD Williams-Kovacs
Spe Journal 18 (04), 795-812, 2013
Nanopores to megafractures: Current challenges and methods for shale gas reservoir and hydraulic fracture characterization
CR Clarkson, B Haghshenas, A Ghanizadeh, F Qanbari, ...
Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering 31, 612-657, 2016
Modeling of supercritical fluid adsorption on organic-rich shales and coal
CR Clarkson, B Haghshenas
SPE unconventional resources conference-USA, 2013
Nanopore-structure analysis and permeability predictions for a tight gas siltstone reservoir by use of low-pressure adsorption and mercury-intrusion techniques
CR Clarkson, JM Wood, SE Burgis, SD Aquino, M Freeman
SPE Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering 15 (06), 648-661, 2012
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