George Moridis
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TOUGH2 user's guide version 2
K Pruess, CM Oldenburg, GJ Moridis
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab.(LBNL), Berkeley, CA (United States), 1999
TOUGH user's guide
K Pruess
Toward production from gas hydrates: current status, assessment of resources, and simulation-based evaluation of technology and potential
GJ Moridis
Numerical studies of gas production from methane hydrates
GJ Moridis
SPE Gas Technology Symposium, 2002
TOUGH+ HYDRATE v1. 2 User's manual: a code for the simulation of system behavior in hydrate-bearing geologic media
GJ Moridis
Depressurization-induced gas production from class-1 hydrate deposits
GJ Moridis, MB Kowalsky, K Pruess
SPE Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering 10 (05), 458-481, 2007
A numerical study of microscale flow behavior in tight gas and shale gas reservoir systems
CM Freeman, GJ Moridis, TA Blasingame
Transport in porous media 90 (1), 253, 2011
Methane hydrate formation and dissociation in a partially saturated core-scale sand sample
TJ Kneafsey, L Tomutsa, GJ Moridis, Y Seol, BM Freifeld, CE Taylor, ...
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 56 (1-3), 108-126, 2007
Numerical studies of gas production from several CH4 hydrate zones at the Mallik site, Mackenzie Delta, Canada
GJ Moridis, TS Collett, SR Dallimore, T Satoh, S Hancock, B Weatherill
Journal of petroleum science and engineering 43 (3-4), 219-238, 2004
Gas production potential of disperse low-saturation hydrate accumulations in oceanic sediments
GJ Moridis, ED Sloan
Energy conversion and management 48 (6), 1834-1849, 2007
Challenges, uncertainties and issues facing gas production from gas hydrate deposits
GJ Moridis, TS Collett, M Pooladi-Darvish, S Hancock, C Santamarina, ...
SPE Reservoir Evaluation and Engineering, 2010
Modeling of fault reactivation and induced seismicity during hydraulic fracturing of shale-gas reservoirs
J Rutqvist, AP Rinaldi, F Cappa, GJ Moridis
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 107, 31-44, 2013
TOUGH2 userĘs guide, version 2.0. Rep. LBNL-43134
K Pruess, C Oldenburg, G Moridis
Earth Sci. Div., Lawrence Berkeley Natl. Lab., Berkeley, CA, 1999
Numerical studies on the geomechanical stability of hydrate-bearing sediments
J Rutqvist, GJ Moridis
Offshore technology conference, 2007
Strategies for gas production from oceanic class 3 hydrate accumulations
GJ Moridis, MT Reagan
Evaluation of gas production potential from marine gas hydrate deposits in Shenhu area of South China Sea
G Li, GJ Moridis, K Zhang, XS Li
Energy & Fuels 24 (11), 6018-6033, 2010
Comparison of kinetic and equilibrium reaction models in simulating gas hydrate behavior in porous media
MB Kowalsky, GJ Moridis
Energy conversion and management 48 (6), 1850-1863, 2007
Strategies for gas production from hydrate accumulations under various geologic conditions
G Moridis, T Collett
Geomechanical response of permafrost-associated hydrate deposits to depressurization-induced gas production
J Rutqvist, GJ Moridis, T Grover, T Collett
Journal of petroleum science and engineering 67 (1-2), 1-12, 2009
Analysis of mechanisms of flow in fractured tight-gas and shale-gas reservoirs
GJ Moridis, TA Blasingame, CM Freeman
SPE Latin American and Caribbean Petroleum Engineering Conference, 2010
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