• characterization of drilling waste from shale gas

    Characterization of drilling waste from shale gas

    The purpose of this research was to determine and evaluate the chemical properties of drilling waste from shale gas drilling activities in Central and Eastern and South-Eastern Poland. The objectives of this research were (i) contrast chemical characteristics of drilling waste samples; (ii) identify specific constituents of concern (COCs) and differences in anion concentrations in water

  • characterization of drilling waste from shale gas

    Characterization of drilling waste from shale gas

    The purpose of this research was to determine and evaluate the chemical properties of drilling waste from shale gas drilling activities in Central and Eastern and South-Eastern Poland. The objectives of this research were (i) contrast chemical characteristics of drilling waste samples; (ii) identify specific constituents of concern (COCs) and

  • characterization of drilling waste from shale gas

    Characterization of drilling waste from shale gas

    2018-05-28· The purpose of this research was to determine and evaluate the chemical properties of drilling waste from five well sites in Central and Eastern Poland. It was found that spent drilling fluids can contain high values of nickel and mercury (270 and 8.77 mg kg−1, respectively) and can exceed the maximum permissible limits recommended by the EC regulations for safety of soils (75 mg kg−1 for

  • characterization of drilling waste from shale gas

    Characterization of drilling waste from shale gas

    SUSTAINABLE WASTE MANAGEMENT Characterization of drilling waste from shale gas exploration in Central and Eastern Poland Marzena Mikos-Szymańska1 &

  • characterization of drilling waste from shale gas

    Characterization of drilling waste from shale gas

    The purpose of this research was to determine and evaluate the chemical properties of drilling waste from five well sites in Central and Eastern Poland. It was found that spent drilling fluids can contain high values of nickel and mercury.

  • characterization of drilling waste from shale gas industry

    Characterization of drilling waste from shale gas industry

    Characterization of drilling waste from shale gas industry and their use in soil amendment production technology Marzena Mikos-Szymańska1, Piotr Rusek1, Krzysztof Borowik1, Maciej Rolewicz1, Paulina Bogusz1, Joanna Gluzińska2 1New Chemical Syntheses Institute, Fertilizer Department, Al.Tysiąclecia Państwa Polskiego

  • (pdf) characterization of drilling waste from shale gas

    (PDF) Characterization of drilling waste from shale gas

    Characterization of drilling waste from shale gas exploration in Central and Eastern Poland Article (PDF Available) in Environmental Science and Pollution Research 25(7) · May 2018 with 112 Reads

  • characterization and analysis of liquid waste

    Characterization and Analysis of Liquid Waste

    Hydraulic fracturing of shale for gas production in Pennsylvania generates large quantities of wastewater, the composition of which has been inadequately characterized. We compiled a unique data set from state-required wastewater generator reports filed in 2009–2011. The resulting data set, comprising 160 samples of flowback, produced water, and drilling wastes, analyzed for 84 different

  • wastewater characteristics from marcellus shale gas

    Wastewater Characteristics from Marcellus Shale Gas

    • Marcellus Shale Water Characterization funded by Marcellus Shale Coalition and ASWCMC Consortia. • Consistent sampling from 19 locations, analysis performed by a single lab, flowback samples at 0, 1, 5, 14, 90 days. • GE also has a database (data from various shales). • Data in our analysis are publicly available, focus on waste sent to treatment facilities (rather than recycling

  • advanced characterization and novel waste management

    Advanced Characterization and Novel Waste Management

    Our characterization better informs waste managers of the different geochemical factors that control trace metal release from drill cuttings and improves the ability to assess proposed methods of solid waste characterization and handling. Novel commercial uses, such as the addition of drill cuttings to green roof soils to offset costs, can be

  • wastewater characteristics from marcellus shale gas

    Wastewater Characteristics from Marcellus Shale Gas

    • Marcellus Shale Water Characterization funded by Marcellus Shale Coalition and ASWCMC Consortia. • Consistent sampling from 19 locations, analysis performed by a single lab, flowback samples at 0, 1, 5, 14, 90 days. • GE also has a database (data from various shales). • Data in our analysis are publicly available, focus on waste sent to treatment facilities (rather than recycling

  • characterization and analysis of liquid waste

    Characterization and Analysis of Liquid Waste

    Characterization and Analysis of Liquid Waste from Marcellus Shale Gas Development

  • characterization and analysis of liquid waste

    Characterization and Analysis of Liquid Waste

    Characterization and Analysis of Liquid Waste from Marcellus Shale Gas Development. Jhih Shyang Shih, James E. Saiers, Shimon C. Anisfeld, Ziyan Chu, Lucija A. Muehlenbachs, Sheila M. Olmstead. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article. 45 Citations (Scopus) Abstract

  • characterization and analysis of liquid waste

    Characterization and Analysis of Liquid Waste

    We compiled a unique data set from state-required wastewater generator reports filed in 2009–2011. The resulting data set, comprising 160 samples of flowback, produced water, and drilling wastes, analyzed for 84 different chemicals, is the most comprehensive available to date for Marcellus Shale wastewater. We analyzed the data set using the

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    Shale gas

    Shale gas was first extracted as a resource in Fredonia, New York, in 1821, in shallow, low-pressure fractures. Horizontal drilling began in the 1930s, and in 1947 a well was first fracked in the U.S.. Federal price controls on natural gas led to shortages in the 1970s. Faced with declining natural gas production, the federal government invested in many supply alternatives, including the

  • waste& management(of(cuttings,%drilling%fluids,% flowback

    Waste& Management(of(Cuttings,%Drilling%Fluids,% Flowback

    injectionintodisposalwells.Aswithcuttings,NYi sproposingto#allow#lined#pitswhen# drilling#muds#are#waterObased,#but#wouldrequire#closedOloopsystemswhenmudsare#

  • tenorm: oil and gas production wastes radiation

    TENORM: Oil and Gas Production Wastes Radiation

    Waste Types and Amounts. For conventional drilling, one industry study published in 2000 (with data from the 1990s) 1 showed that the petroleum industry generated around 150,000 cubic meters (260,000 metric tons) of waste per year, including produced water, scales, sludges and contaminated equipment. The amount produced at any one oil play

  • development document for synthetic-based & other non

    Development Document for Synthetic-Based & Other Non

    United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Water Mail Code 4303 Washington, DC 20460 EPA-821-B-00-013 December 2000 EPA Development Document for Final Effluent Limitations Guidelines and Standards for

  • integrated rock characterization of a shale gas field

    Integrated Rock Characterization of a Shale Gas Field

    Abstract. Rock characterization and geomechanical properties of a shale gas field in the Horn River basin, Canada, is presented. The Horn River basin is a middle-Devonian aged shale that traps approximately 11.1 TCF dry gas accumulation in Northeastern British Columbia, Canada.

  • shale gas 1st edition

    Shale Gas 1st Edition

    Shale Gas: Exploration and Environmental and Economic Impacts explores the shale gas exploration and production activities that are increasing globally, also presenting a basic understanding on the geological, geochemical, and geophysical aspects. The book is a key reference that is useful for researchers, the oil and gas industry, and policymakers in gas producing and prospective countries.

  • shale gas 1st edition

    Shale Gas 1st Edition

    Shale Gas: Exploration and Environmental and Economic Impacts explores the shale gas exploration and production activities that are increasing globally, also presenting a basic understanding on the geological, geochemical, and geophysical aspects. The book is a key reference that is useful for researchers, the oil and gas industry, and policymakers in gas producing and prospective countries.

  • characterization of marcellus shale flowback water

    Characterization of Marcellus Shale Flowback Water

    2014-09-01· This study examines and analyzes the constituents that make up flowback waters collected from various drilling sites in Marcellus shale formation in the states of Pennsylvania, New York, and West Virginia. Flowback sampling data were collected from four different sources (the Environmental Protection Agency, Gas Technology Institute

  • environmental baseline monitoring for shale gas

    Environmental baseline monitoring for shale gas

    The potential for greenhouse gas emissions from the development of shale gas extraction and use in relation to UK shale gas development had been identified by McKay and Stone (2013), and requirements for baseline monitoring prior to drilling and extraction were put in place, commencing in early 2016 at two sites in Northern England where

  • solids control shale shaker page 20 of 38 related

    Solids Control Shale Shaker Page 20 of 38 Related

    Description: The labelling of shaker screens has been a problem.Existing mesh count designations do not adequately describe a shaker screen’s potential separation performance. Consequently, it is difficult to make an informed decision when selecting shaker screens.

  • an introduction to shale oil & gas

    An introduction to shale oil & gas

    An introduction to shale oil & gas Philippe Charlez, IOGP Shale drilling site in Pennsylvania Photo Helge Hansen Statoil

  • spe 131350 from oil prone source rock to gas producing

    SPE 131350 From Oil Prone Source Rock to Gas Producing

    SPE 131350 From Oil-Prone Source Rock to Gas-Producing Shale Reservoir Geologic and Petrophysical Characterization of Unconventional Shale-Gas Reservoirs (English)

  • shale gas exploration and production key issues

    Shale gas exploration and production Key issues

    (produced water). Waste waters 6 are usually comprised of flowback and produced waters. Shale gas extraction typically comprises three stages: • Exploration and pilot production, when 2 or 3 wells may be drilled and fractured to determine if shale gas is present and can be extracted, followed by more wells to characterise the shale and its

  • extensive review of shale gas environmental impacts

    Extensive review of shale gas environmental impacts

    2017-04-28· Extensive reviews and meta-analyses are essential to summarize emerging developments in a specific field and offering information on the current trends in the scientific literature. Shale gas exploration and exploitation has been extensively debated in literature, but a comprehensive review of recent studies on the environmental impacts has yet to be carried out. Therefore, the goal of this

  • an assessment of the environmental implications of oil

    An Assessment of the Environmental Implications of Oil

    September 2008 Working Draft An Assessment of the Environmental Implications of Oil and Gas Production: A Regional Case Study EPA Region 8

  • department of natural resources state of louisiana

    Department of Natural Resources State of Louisiana

    Rainwater from firewalls, ring levees and pits at drilling and production facilities. If the waste material and/or disposal site do not meet the above definitions, the regulations and guidance provided in this document are not applicable. Common wastes that are not classified as E&P Waste include: Unused fracturing fluids and acids;

  • shale oil and gas drilling news

    Shale Oil and Gas Drilling News

    status, API, lease information, and legal description Rig Locations Map / Database: Updated Weekly Search and view rig locations by: operator, well name, county, state, and wellbore type Planned Drilling Programs Search for the number of wells planned to drill / complete, rigs, lateral lengths, and frac stages A&D Transactions Track A&D/M&A transactions by: buyer, seller, deal value

  • assessing environmental impacts of horizontal gas well

    Assessing Environmental Impacts of Horizontal Gas Well

    Water and Waste Stream Study An extensive literature review was conducted to characterize the water and waste streams associated with the development of horizontal shale gas wells including commonly used hydraulic fracturing fluids. Specific areas of review included: public health, environmental, and

  • disposal of produced water from oil & gas exploration

    Disposal of Produced Water from Oil & Gas Exploration

    2009) with an average of 3.8 million gallons per well in the Marcellus Shale (US DOE 2009) are required for drilling and fracturing. Inorganic and organic chemicals are added to the water to create fracture fluids which are injected into the ground to improve drilling and production operations (Clark and Veil 2009). A portion of this fluid is

  • shale gas fracking gets a new black eye: illegal dumping

    Shale gas fracking gets a new black eye: Illegal dumping

    Drilling company took full responsibility The only good news for the shale gas industry is that, when it learned of the incident, Talisman Energy Inc., the company operating the gas well from which the fluid apparently was trucked, notified police, determined the identity

  • what is shale gas?

    What is Shale Gas?

    Map of Shale Gas Plays in the Lower 48 States Over the past decade, the combination of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing has allowed access to large volumes of shale gas that were previously uneconomical to produce. The production of natural gas from shale formations has rejuvenated the

  • shale gas an overview sciencedirect topics

    Shale Gas an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    Shale gas is produced from shales with a technology called hydraulic fracturing (fracking) to create extensive artificial fractures around well bores. Horizontal drilling is often used with shale gas wells, with lateral lengths up to 3000 m within the shale, to create maximum borehole surface area in contact with the shale. Large quantities of

  • utica shale counties to watch in 2018 business journal

    Utica Shale Counties to Watch in 2018 Business Journal

    By Jackie Stewart, Energy in Depth YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio While 2017 was the year of midstream development and pipeline construction in Ohio, 2018 will be the year of major investment decisions by large end-users of natural gas and natural gas liquids. Without a doubt, the most important Utica Shale developments to watch for in 2018

  • md-2 dual-deck shale shaker schlumberger

    MD-2 Dual-Deck Shale Shaker Schlumberger

    Lowers waste volume, disposal costs, and ecosensitivity while fitting in tight workspaces An unbeatable combination for solids control The uniquely engineered MD-2 dual-deck shale shaker equipped with patented DURAFLO composite replacement screens takes the solids control process to

  • waste department of environmental protection

    Waste Department of Environmental Protection

    Waste Waste Requirements and Information for the Oil and Gas Industry. Oil and Gas Well Drilling and Production Wastes (Residual Waste Generators) List of Municipal Waste Landfills and Resource Recovery Facilities. Chapter 78 regulations (78.18) require two permits for any disposal or enhanced recovery well operating in Pennsylvania. Initially

  • drilling engineering 1st edition

    Drilling Engineering 1st Edition

    Sustainable Oil and Gas Development Series: Drilling Engineering delivers research materials and emerging technologies that conform sustainability drilling criteria. Starting with ideal zero-waste solutions in drilling and long-term advantages, the reference discusses the sustainability approach through the use of non-linear solutions and works its way through the most conventional practices

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