Oil Shale Resources in Turkey



Managed pressure drilling techniques, equipment & applications
Tercan, Erdem; Kök, Mustafa Verşan; Department of Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering (2010)
In the most of the drilling operations it is obvious that a considerable amount of money is spent for drilling related problems; including stuck pipe, lost circulation, and excessive mud cost. In order to decrease the percentage of non-productive time (NPT) caused by these kind of problems, the aim is to control annular frictional pressure losses especially in the fields where pore pressure and fracture pressure gradient is too close which is called narrow drilling window. If we can solve these problems, th...
Determination of hydrate formation conditions of drilling fluids
Kupeyeva, Aliya; Parlaktuna, Mahmut; Department of Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering (2007)
The objective of this study is to determine hydrate formation conditions of a multicomponent polymer based drilling fluid. During the study, experimental work is carried out by using a system that contains a high-pressure hydrate formation cell and pressure-temperature data is recorded in each experiment. Different concentrations of four components of drilling fluid, namely potassium chloride (KCl), partially hydrolyzed polyacrylicamide (PHPA), xanthan gum (XCD) and polyalkylene glycol (poly.glycol) were us...
Review of natural gas discovery and production from conventional resources in Turkey
Keskin, Hakan; Mehmetoğlu, Mustafa Tanju; Department of Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering (2007)
Oil and natural gas are the most strategic raw materials to meet the expanding energy requirement in today’s world. They have great impact on issues such as economy, national security, development, competition, and political consistency. Being a developing country, Turkey’s natural gas requirement is increasing rapidly. However, the production is far from covering the demand. Recent assumptions point out that natural gas demand of Turkey will reach 44 billion cubic meters in 2010 with a financial burden of ...
A numerical method for the gas production process in gas hydrate reservoirs
Durgut, I; Parlaktuna, Mahmut (1996-06-06)
Uncertainty evaluation through ranking of simulation models for bozova oil field
Tonga, Melek Mehlika; Akın, Serhat; Department of Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering (2011)
Producing since 1995, Bozova Field is a mature oil field to be re-evaluated. When evaluating an oil field, the common approach followed in a reservoir simulation study is: Generating a geological model that is expected to represent the reservoir; building simulation models by using the most representative dynamic data; and doing sensitivity analysis around a best case in order to get a history-matched simulation model. Each step deals with a great variety of uncertainty and changing one parameter at a time ...
Citation Formats
M. V. Kök, “Oil Shale Resources in Turkey,” Oil Shale, pp. 209–210, 2006, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/55505.