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Strippable low-sulfur coal resources of the San Juan Basin in New Mexico and Colorado.

John W. Shomaker

Strippable low-sulfur coal resources of the San Juan Basin in New Mexico and Colorado.

by John W. Shomaker

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Published by State Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources in Socorro, N.M .
Written in English

    Places:
  • San Juan River Watershed (Colo.-Utah)
    • Subjects:
    • Coal -- San Juan River Watershed (Colo.-Utah)

    • Edition Notes

      StatementCompiled and edited by John W. Shomaker, Edward C. Beaumont, and Frank E. Kottlowski. With articles by William R. Speer [and others]
      SeriesState Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources. Memoir 25, Memoir (New Mexico. Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources) ;, 25.
      ContributionsBeaumont, Edward C., Kottlowski, Frank Edward.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN805.N6 S56
      The Physical Object
      Pagination189 p.
      Number of Pages189
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5393760M
      LC Control Number72611175

      Geology of the San Juan Basin, New Mexico. Matthew Dixon. Emil Johnson. Is coal bearing bedrock formation. Formerly known as the callop formation. The Dalton Sandstone unit. Non-Marine Unit. Crevasse Canyon. Late Jurassic. thickness. Upper 15 meters Gryphea Layer. Represents a Transgressive Deposit. Coal extraction has a long and storied history in Colorado. The estimated value of Colorado coal production in was $ million. Although coal production slightly increased in , the overall decreasing trend in coal production is due primarily to the nationwide increased use of natural gas and renewable energy. The state fell from the [ ].

      Menefee Crevasse Canyon, and Moreno Hill Coals in the San Juan Basin and Salt Lake Coal Field, west-central New Mexico. New Mexico Research and Development Institute Report Shomaker J. W., Beaumont E. C. and Kottlowski F. E. () Strippable Low Sulfur Coal Resources of the San Juan Basin in New Mexico and by: 1. Coal resources in the San Juan Basin, for example, are of the late Cretaceous Age ( million years ago). For more information, the New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Minerals Resources has excellent publications available on coal resources of New Mexico.

      presentation and exhibits for the san juan basin coalbed methane spacing study presented at the new mexico oil conservation division examiner hearing case no. , order no. r febru submitted by san juan basin coalbed methane committee before examiner catanach oil conservation division m l w exhibit no. lg case Size: 9MB.   Title: Water and Coal in the San Juan Basin Author: Deborah L. Hathaway Publication: The Outcrop, August , p. 1, INTRODUCTION The San Juan Basin is a world-class source of coalbed methane (CBM); in conjunction with the production of coalbed gas, water is also produced. A Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) database.


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Strippable low-sulfur coal resources of the San Juan Basin in New Mexico and Colorado. on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A study describing the amount, location, quality, and economic position of low-sulfur strippable coal in the San Juan Basin.

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This study was conducted for the Air Pollution Control Office of the Environmental Protection Agency to determine the amount, location, quality, and economic position of low-sulfur strippable coal in the San Juan Basin. The purpose is to permit nationwide energy-resource planning to include the San.

Get this from a library. Strippable low-sulfur coal resources of the San Juan Basin in New Mexico and Colorado. [John W Shomaker; Edward C Beaumont; Frank Edward Kottlowski]. The San Juan Basin is a major physiographic subdivision of the Colorado Plateau in northwestern New Mexico and southwestern Colorado.

The basin is about mi long (north to south) and mi wide, and includes ab mi 2. The strippable coal areas lie along the basin's margins-mainly the western and southern-in roughly concentric belts of outcrop of coal-bearing strata of generally.

Geology and Coal Resources of the Upper Cretaceous Fruitland Formation, San Juan Basin, New Mexico and Colorado By James E. Fassett1 U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper –B* U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey National Coal Resource Assessment Click here to return to Disc 1 Volume Table of Contents Chapter Q of.

San Juan Basin Geology, New Mexico and Colorado (sjbgeolg) Metadata Updated: March 7, Geologic units polygon shapefile and coverage of the San Juan h Year: The San Juan Basin of northwest New Mexico and southwest Colorado is the second largest gas basin in the United States, second to the greater Hugoton Field of Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas.

Until the s, most of the gas produced in the basin came from the three major. resources of the area. I: SAN JUAN BASIN OVERVIEW I NTRODUCTION The San Juan Basin is a major oil and gas-producing province located in the southeastern corner of the Colorado Plateau in Colorado and New Mexico (Figure 1).

Oil and gas production has been occurring in the San Juan Basin since the s. Until the last 20 years, this productionAuthor: Catherine Cullicott, Carolyn Dunmire, Jerry Brown, Chris Calwell.

Buy Strippable low-sulfur coal resources of the San Juan Basin in New Mexico and Colorado by Shomaker, John W (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: John W Shomaker. Coal beds of the Upper Cretaceous Fruitland Formation in the San Juan Basin of northwestern New Mexico and southwestern Colorado have significant liquid hydrocarbon generation potential as indicated by typical Rock-Eval Hydrogen Indexes in the range of – mg hydrocarbon/g organic carbon (type II and III organic matter).Cited by: Focuses on natural gas and oil exploration and production in the San Juan Basin of New Mexico and Colorado.

San Juan Resources operates 40 wells in San Juan, Rio Arriba County and has nonoperated working, overriding royalty, and royalty interests in various properties across New Mexico counties of San Juan, Rio Arriba, and Colorado's La Plata County. Buy Strippable low-sulfur coal resources of the San Juan Basin in New Mexico and Colorado (State Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources.

Memoir 25) by John W Shomaker (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : John W Shomaker. San Juan Basin Drilling activity in and This data includes wells permitted, wells drilled and well completed and wells drilled, but uncompleted, DUCs. Westmoreland San Juan Mining LLC – New Mexico.

San Juan is located in northwest New Mexico, and is one of the largest underground coal mines in the world. San Juan has implemented unique management standards and tools in our commitment to achieving “Zero Harm” to people, our host communities, and the environment.

Beaumont's 9 research works with 28 citations and 38 reads, including: Quality assessment of the strippable coals in northwestern New Mexico: Fruitland, Menefee, and Crevasse Canyon.

San Juan Resources operates ~ 40 wells in the San Juan and has non-operated working, overriding royalty, and royalty interests in + wells across New Mexico counties of San Juan, Rio Arriba, Sandoval, and La Plata County in Colorado.

The U.S. Geological Survey completed the following assessments of undiscovered oil and gas resources of the San Juan Basin Province of northwestern New Mexico and southwestern Colorado Conventional and Continuous Assessment (Digital Data Series F) Assessment.

others () who described reserves of strippable low-sulfur coal in the San Juan Basin. Robin Lease and John Shomaker began this deep coal study inwith John Shomaker as the principal investigator.

The latest phase, reexamination of the data and much of. The San Juan Basin and adjacent region lie predominantly in the southeastern part of the uranium-rich Colorado Plateau of New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, and Colorado. Underlying the province are rocks of the Precambrian basement complex composed mainly of igneous and metamorphic rocks; a thickness of about 3, meters of generally horizontal Paleozoic, Mesozoic, and Cenozoic sedimentary rocks.The San Juan Basin is a geologic structural basin located near the Four Corners region of the Southwestern United basin cover 7, square miles and resides in northwestern New Mexico, southwestern Colorado, and parts of Utah and ically, the basin occupies space in the San Juan, Rio Arriba, Sandoval, and McKinley counties in New Mexico, and La Plata and .ANALYSIS OF THE SAN JUAN STRUCTURAL BASIN, NEW MEXICO, COLORADO, ARIZONA, AND UTAH By G.

E. Welder ABSTRACT The San Juan structural basin is an 18,square-mile area that contains several extensive aquifers. The basin includes three surface-drainage basins and parts of New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, and Utah.

Surface water in theCited by: 3.