Global Gas Shales And Unconventional Gas Unlocking Your Potential

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What is unconventional gas? Who is the Gas Technology Institute (GTI)? What does abundant gas make possible? Global Unconventional Gas 2010

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  • WelcomeThank you (Turkish Consulate, Suleyman, Salih, Franz)Introduce myself and Guy
  • The Gas Technology Institute (GTI)is the leading research, development, and training organization serving the global natural gas industry and energy markets. For 65 years, GTI has solved important energy and environmental challenges by developing technology-based solutions that create value for consumers, industry, and government. We have been actively involved in the development of unconventional gas in the U.S. for more than 20 years, including activities in coal bed methane, tight gas formations, and gas shales.
  • Solve important energy Contract ResearchProgram ManagementTechnical ServicesEducation and TrainingCommercial partners take our technologies to market
  • SupplyProvide a secure, stable, competitive domestic energy supply Unconventional Natural Gas Resources Be a catalyst for expanding the supply of affordable, abundant and clean-burning energyGasification of Coal and Biomass Developing efficient gasification systems that convert fossil and renewable fuels into synthesis gases for power generation, hydrogen, liquid fuels and chemicals Carbon Capture and SequestrationDeliveryAddress strategic concerns of domestic energy T&D infrastructure Safety Pipeline Integrity Cost Reduction Efficiency End UseMaintain industrial competitiveness and improve affordability and applicability of gasEfficiency and environmental Product developmentand commercializationCompetitive industry
  • One of GTI’s supply businesses is natural gas that can be generated above ground. Based on gasification of coal and renewable gas from biomass.
  • Global Gas Shales And Unconventional Gas Unlocking Your Potential

    1. 1. Global Gas Shale and Unconventional Gas: Unlocking Your Potential<br /><ul><li>Gas Technology Institute</li></ul>February, 2010<br />
    2. 2. Unconventional Gas is . . .<br />“…a game changer”<br />- United Press International<br />“…a revolution”<br />- WSJ and New York Times<br />“…a paradigm shift”<br /> - Energy Tribune<br />“…the biggest energy innovation of the decade”<br />- Wall Street Journal<br />
    3. 3. The White House<br />“The potential for natural gas production in the U.S. from hydrocarbon-rich shale formations, known as “shale gas,” has grown dramatically in recent years due to technological advances.<br />The development of shale gas is expected to significantly increase U.S. energy security and help reduce greenhouse gas pollution.<br />The United States is not alone in having significant shale gas resources.”<br />- President Barack Obama<br />Statement on U.S.-China shale gas resource initiative<br />17 November 2009<br />
    4. 4. Unconventional Gas<br />What is all the hype about?<br />
    5. 5. Agenda<br />Introductions and objectives<br />GTI overview<br />Global Gas Shales and Unconventional Gas<br />What abundant natural gas makes possible<br />What do you see as possible?<br />Global Unconventional Gas 2010<br />
    6. 6. Objectives<br />Awareness of GTI<br />Inform you of how unconventional natural gas has transformed America&apos;s energy outlook.<br />Enable you to consider what’s possible for your countries.<br />Enroll your support in making appropriate connections in your countries.<br />
    7. 7. Overview of GTI<br />
    8. 8. GTI solves important energy challenges, turning raw technology into practical solutions that create exceptional value for our customers in the global marketplace<br />Energy Solutions… Delivered<br />
    9. 9. Our Company at a Glance…<br /><ul><li>Not-for-profit research, with 65+ year history
    10. 10. Facilities
    11. 11. 18 acre campus near Chicago
    12. 12. 300,000 ft2, 28 specialized labs
    13. 13. $140 M installed R&D and testing capacity
    14. 14. $60 MM Revenue
    15. 15. Staff of 250
    16. 16. 1000 patents; 500 products
    17. 17. 13 spin-out companies</li></ul>Flex-Fuel Test Facility<br />Offices & Labs<br />Energy & Environmental Technology Center<br />
    18. 18. Locations<br />HeadquartersDes Plaines, IL(Chicago suburb)<br />NGA Strategic Acct Executive<br />Needham, MA<br />California Project Development SpecialistFolsom, CA <br />Washington OperationsWashington, DC <br />Process Research and Evaluation GroupBirmingham, AL<br />GTI/Catoosa Drilling Test FacilityCatoosa, OK <br />Regional OfficeHouston, TX<br />
    19. 19. Reducing carbon emissions to the environment<br />
    20. 20. How GTI Works with Customers<br />Proprietary R&D<br />Industry Partnerships<br />Example: Reducing water demand from production activities<br />Example: Creating synthesis gas from coal<br />Government-Funded Initiatives<br />Collaborative Programs<br />Example: Managing unconventional natural gas research program under RPSEA<br />Example: Enhancing the competitiveness of industry<br />
    21. 21. A Diverse Customer Mix<br />2008 New Business Awards<br />
    22. 22. Global Gas Shales and Unconventional Gas<br />
    23. 23. Why Natural Gas?<br /><ul><li>Secure
    24. 24. Abundant
    25. 25. Domestic
    26. 26. Clean
    27. 27. Versatile</li></li></ul><li>What is Unconventional Gas?<br />Unconventional gas is four natural gas sources:<br /><ul><li>Tight gas sands
    28. 28. Coalbed methane (CBM)
    29. 29. Gas shales
    30. 30. Methane hydrates</li></li></ul><li>What is Unconventional Gas?<br />Conventional gas = harder to find, easier to produce.<br />Unconventional gas = easier to find, harder to produce.<br /><ul><li>Requires some type of stimulation (e.g., hydraulic fracturing) for economic production.</li></li></ul><li>Technology Enabled by GTI<br /><ul><li>GTI’s Coal bed Methane Research Program (1982)
    31. 31. Parallel research programs in Tight Sands and Gas Shales.</li></li></ul><li>Technology Enabled by GTI<br /><ul><li>Hydraulic Fracturing
    32. 32. Microseismicimaging
    33. 33. Hydraulic fracture modeling software
    34. 34. Horizontal Drilling</li></li></ul><li>A World of Abundant Supply<br />
    35. 35. A World of Abundant Supply<br />Source: Rogner’s 1997 “top-down” study of world hydrocarbon resources<br />
    36. 36. A World of Abundant Supply<br />
    37. 37. A World of Abundant Supply<br />European Gas Shales:<br />Vienna Basin – Mikulov Shale<br />The deep Jurassic Mikulov Shale in the Vienna Basin:<br /><ul><li>The University of Vienna has a study, funded by OMV, to characterize these shales.
    38. 38. Preliminary estimate for the unrisked resource endowment is 240 Tcf (7 Tcm)
    39. 39. with a risked recoverable resource of 30 Tcf (1 Tcm).</li></ul>Source: Vello A. Kuuskraa and Scott H. Stevens, Advanced Resources International. WORLDWIDE GAS SHALES AND UNCONVENTIONAL GAS: A STATUS REPORT<br />
    40. 40. A World of Abundant Supply<br />China and India <br />China and India have numerous gas shale basins that are only now starting to be evaluated. Recently, Shell and PetroChina announced plans to jointly evaluate and develop the gas shales in Sichuan Province. <br />Other Countries<br />Gas shale exploration is underway in many other parts of the world, including Australia, New Zealand and Southern Africa where Statoil, Chesapeake and Sasol recently announced joint plans. <br />Source: Vello A. Kuuskraa and Scott H. Stevens, Advanced Resources International. WORLDWIDE GAS SHALES AND UNCONVENTIONAL GAS: A STATUS REPORT<br />
    41. 41. What Abundant Natural Gas Makes Possible<br />
    42. 42. Energy Independence<br />Supply Security<br /><ul><li>Over 100-year supply projections of natural gas, expected to grow.
    43. 43. Impacts global energy trade balance.
    44. 44. Importers may become producers.</li></li></ul><li>Reducing Climate Change Risk<br />Source: EnCana 2009<br />
    45. 45. Reducing Climate Change Risk<br />“Electricity from natural gas will account for 57% of new capacity through 2030, more than all other sources combined”<br />Gas is the future, says EIA.<br />Source: Ray Walker, Range Resources. According to EIA Annual Energy Outlook 2009 Reference Case Presentation -- December 17, 2008<br />
    46. 46. Lowest Cost Supply Alternative<br />$80<br />$95<br />$101<br />$111<br />$114<br />$142<br />$264<br />$396<br />Source: Ray Walker, Range Resources. According to the Institute for Energy Research, in Fall 2009 issue of “Technology Review, published by M.I.T.”<br />
    47. 47. Economic Impact: Wealth, Investment and Jobs<br />Marcellus Shale report from economists and industry experts at Penn State University<br />2010<br /><ul><li>$9 billion impact and 110,000 new jobs
    48. 48. $800 million in state/local tax revenue</li></ul>2020<br /><ul><li>$13.5 billion impact and 175,000 jobs
    49. 49. $12 billion state/local tax revenue, cummulative</li></li></ul><li>So What’s All the Hype About?<br />Energy Efficiency<br /><ul><li>Centuries worth of supply
    50. 50. Energy security and independence
    51. 51. Reduces climate change risk
    52. 52. Hundreds of thousands of new jobs
    53. 53. Hundreds of $ billions in annual economic impact and tax revenue
    54. 54. Investment attraction and retention
    55. 55. Enables renewable energy
    56. 56. Clean, affordable, home grown, abundant energy
    57. 57. More stable prices</li></li></ul><li>What do you see as possible?<br />
    58. 58. Coming Soon in 2010<br />For more information, visit <br />http://www.gastechnology.org/gug2010<br />
    59. 59. Appendix Slides<br />
    60. 60. Gasification and Renewable Gas<br />Gas Processing Solutions<br />&gt; Sour gas upgrading<br />&gt; Syngas—contaminant removal, separations, catalysis, synthesis<br />Developing efficient gasification systems that convert fossil and renewable fuels into synthesis gases for power generation, hydrogen, liquid fuels and chemicals <br />Advanced Gasifiers<br /><ul><li>Fluidized-bed technologies
    61. 61. Entrained-flow slagginggasifiers
    62. 62. Catalytic gasification reactor</li></ul>Engineering support for commercial project deployment<br />Pilot-scale systems engineering and evaluations<br />Process simulation and<br />Techno-economic evaluations<br />
    63. 63. GTI as technology partner<br />Exploration and Production<br />CNXGas<br />and <br />.<br /><ul><li>Be a catalyst for new technology development and commercialization to expand the supply of affordable, abundant and clean-burning energy</li></ul>ADT<br />Flow-back & Produced Water<br /><ul><li>Water processing
    64. 64. Conservation
    65. 65. Public outreach</li></ul>Well Construction & Completion<br /><ul><li>Laser energy applications
    66. 66. Coiled tubing drilling
    67. 67. Innovative completion methods </li></ul>Reservoir Characterization <br /><ul><li>Unconventional Gas
    68. 68. Methane Hydrates
    69. 69. Geothermal
    70. 70. CO2 sequestration</li></ul>GTI Catoosa Test Facility<br /><ul><li>Drilling technologies
    71. 71. Well completion technologies
    72. 72. Down-hole procedure testing</li>

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