Mechanical and Geomechanical Studies of Gas Hydrate Reservoirs

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  • University/Institute Name Shandong University of Science and Technology
  • University/Institute Name College of Energy & Mining Engineering
  • Position Funding Type Fully funded (e.g. RA, TA, Scholarship, etc.)
  • Position Duration2-3 years
  • Attendance Type Blended

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Gas Hydrate reservoirs are the new source for the future needs of natural gas on a global scale. During dissociation and gas production, the reservoir compaction leads to a decrease in the porosity and permeability of the reservoir layer. The current project aims to better understand the compaction process using the cutting edge laboratory and simulation techniques such as digital rock technology, NMR, etc.

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