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2.4.3 Shale Gas Large continuous gas accumulations are sometimes present in low permeability shale, (tight) sandstones, siltstones, sandy carbonates, limestone, dolomite, and chalk. Such gas deposits are commonly classified as unconventional because their reservoir characteristics differ from conventional reservoirs and they require stimulation to be produced economically. The tight gas is contained in lenticular or blanket reservoirs that are relatively impermeable, which occur downdip from water-saturated rocks and cut across lithologic boundaries. They often contain a large amount of in-place gas, but exhibit low recovery rates. Gas can be economically recovered from the better quality continuous tight reservoirs by creating downhole fractures with explosives or hydraulic pumping. The nearly vertical fractures provide a pressure sink and channel for the gas, creating a larger collecting area so that the gas recovery is at a faster rate. Sometimes massive hydraulic fracturing is required, using half a million gallons of gelled fluid and a million pounds of sand to keep the fractures open after the fluid has been drained away. In the United States, unconventional gas accumulations account for about 2 Tcf of gas production per year, some 10 percent of total gas output. In the rest of the world, however, gas is predominantly recovered from conventional accumulations.
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Number portability for wireless subscribers is a bit more complex. In most cases today, a subscriber s mobile identification number (MIN) also serves as the dialable wireless directory number. However, this is certainly not a requirement and this implementation is not specified in ANSI-41. In the case of wireless directory number portability, separation of the MIN and the mobile directory number (MDN) is required since MINs are the primary information element used for mobility management signaling in the network. If the MIN were portable, number portability queries would need to be performed for all mobility management signaling queries. When the MIN acts as the MDN, it is associated with an MSC that is the terminating switch for that MIN. However, the MIN is also associated with a home location register (HLR), authentication center (AC), message center (MC), etc. of a specific wireless service provider. Queries to each of these functional entities would require database queries that would significantly increase call processing time and add unreasonable amounts of traffic to the signaling network. Separation of the MIN and MDN optimizes ANSI-41 signaling and requires no changes to network routing based on the MIN. However, this requires a new MIN to be assigned to the wireless subscriber and reprogrammed into the mobile station whenever a wireless phone is ported; a positive tradeoff when compared to the network processing required if this were not the case. Note that the international mobile station identifier (IMSI) is completely unaffected by number portability since the IMSI never acts as the mobile directory number.
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