Çağlar Sınayuç

Department of Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering
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Seismic velocity characterisation and survey design to assess CO2 injection performance at Kizildere geothermal field
Parlaktuna, Mahmut; Parlaktuna, Burak; Sınayuç, Çağlar; Senturk, Erdinc; Tonguc, Erinc; Demircioglu, Oncu; Poletto, Flavio; Bohm, Gualtiero; Bellezza, Cinzia; Farina, Biancamaria (2021-08-01)
The noncondensable gases in most geothermal resources include CO2 and smaller amounts of other gases. Currently, the worldwide geothermal power is a small sector within the energy industry, and CO2 emissions related to the...
Depremlerin Tuzla Jeotermal Sahasındaki Etkilerinin İncelenmesi
Parlaktuna, Burak; Sınayuç, Çağlar; Durgut, İsmail (2021-05-11)
A new fully probabilistic methodology and a software for assessing uncertainties and managing risks in shale gas projects at any maturity stage
Tugan, Murat Fatih; Sınayuç, Çağlar (Elsevier BV, 2018-09-01)
Shale oil and shale gas projects generally have marginal economics, hence should be carefully analyzed from the economic standpoint. Generating an economically recoverable resource (ERR) probability function that shows the...
Adsorption behaviour of shale gas reservoirs
Merey, Sukru; Sınayuç, Çağlar (2018-01-01)
Experimental adsorption measurements for one shale sample were conducted at 25 degrees C, 50 degrees C and 75 degrees C up to 2,000 psia by using pure methane (CH4) and pure carbon dioxide (CO2) to understand the behaviour...
Modelling of ECBM recovery from Amasra Coalbed in Zonguldak Basin, Turkey
Sınayuç, Çağlar (2018-01-01)
Bartin-Amasra coal field was found convenient for enhanced coalbed methane (ECBM) recovery among the other fields in Zonguldak Coal Basin, Turkey. The lithologic information were examined and the depths of the coal seams a...
Numerical simulations for short-term depressurization production test of two gas hydrate sections in the Black Sea
MEREY, ŞÜKRÜ; Sınayuç, Çağlar (2017-08-01)
Gas hydrates are considered as a promising energy source and the Black Sea has a high potential of gas hydrates. The Danube Delta of the Black Sea is the most well-known prospect in the Black Sea after many geological and ...
Analysis of the Black Sea sediments by evaluating DSDP Leg 42B drilling data for gas hydrate potential
Merey, Sukru; Sınayuç, Çağlar (Elsevier BV, 2016-12-01)
Many gas seepages, temperature, pressure, salinity, anoxic environment and high source gas potential of the Black Sea indicates that the Black Sea might have huge potentials for biogenic and thermogenic gas hydrates. Howev...
Analysis of carbon dioxide sequestration in shale gas reservoirs by using experimental adsorption data and adsorption models
Merey, Sukru; Sınayuç, Çağlar (2016-11-01)
For carbon dioxide (CO2) sequestration in depleted shale gas reservoirs or CO2 injection as an enhanced shale gas recovery technique, it is important to understand the adsorption mechanism in these reservoirs. In this stud...
Merey, Sukru; Sınayuç, Çağlar (2016-09-01)
In this research, experimental adsorption measurements for a Dadas shale sample were conducted at various pressures (up to 13 790 kPa (2000 psia)) and temperatures (25, 50, and 75 degrees C) using pure methane (CH4). The e...
Experimental set-up design for gas production from the Black Sea gas hydrate reservoirs
Merey, Sukru; Sınayuç, Çağlar (2016-07-01)
Gas hydrate deposits which are found in deep ocean sediments and in permafrost regions are supposed to be a fossil fuel reserve for the future. The Black Sea is also considered rich in terms of gas hydrates. It abundantly ...
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