Putra, Rieza R. (Pukesmigas Trisakti University) | Larasati, Dian (NEGT Pertamina Upstream Technology Center) | Ardi, Sunarli (NEGT Pertamina Upstream Technology Center) | Fiqih, Fikri Muhammad (Pertamina Hulu Energi) | Ramdani, Hilman (Pertamina Hulu Energi) | Widarto, Djedi (NEGT Pertamina Upstream Technology Center) | Guntoro, Agus (Pukesmigas Trisakti University) | Usman, Alfian (NEGT Pertamina Upstream Technology Center)
Integrated from regional studies, geomechanical test from WCBF outcrop sample, conducted to determine where exactly placement of effective coal cleat accumulation. However, this paper focusly on structural and geomechanical aspect and which deformation phase that causing effective cleat accumulation.
Macroscale approach based on three stopsite of WCBF obtained major of west-east trending face cleat and north-south trending of butt cleat. The major trend of coal cleat respectively correlate with regional west-east shortening deformation phase due to tectonic inversion by Meratus Mountain during pliocene-pleistocene. Number of permeability value based on macroscale technique using outcrop matchsticks and cubes formula run widely in 7-46 darcy interval. Mesoscale approach using FMI analysis shows similar west-east coal cleat in subsurface (Coal Zone A) and strongly correlate with downward coal zone (B and C). Permeability value of mesoscale technique at 7.05 md and 5.2% of porosity based on CT Scan analysis from WCBF outcrop sample (TJ-11). The value of mesoscale permeability shows good negative exponential relationship through subsurface permeability test using IFO Test from 414-616 m of depth with range of permeability 3.3-0.23 md. Microscale measurement using SEM analysis from TJ-09, TJ-10, TJ-11 have values range from 0.6, 18.53, 17.824 md. As tested by mesoscale permeability integrated to IFO Test, each of approximation parameter would be respectively following the mesoscale exponential power law.
Geomechanic test was directly tested to SPL-03 sample from WCBF shows number elastic moduli; Young Modulus at 2652.74 MPa, Bulk Modulus 1163.48, Poisson Ratio 1069.65. Hydrostatic crossplot between depth against pressure (confining pressure from uniaxial test) clearly shows that overburden stress (SV) have no influence to create effective stress-driven cleat prior to deformation (Shmax and Shmin).
Fault Facies gave a brief classification of the area surrounding the fault which accomodate most effective cleat abundance in damage zone of the fault. Using weight factoring correlation between paleogeographic and strain partitioning by observe the geometry changing between bisected σ1 and σ3 trajectories. The most effective types of cleat occurs in distributed conduit and combine conduit barrier fault area with tensional-rotational and contractional-rotational strain region.